Florida farmer & fruit grower
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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: July 7, 1894
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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 by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00035
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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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8. Powers, Publl.herand Proprietor. JACKSONVILLE FLA.. JULY 7, 1894. Whole No." 1326 Vol.NEW VI.SERIES.No. 27

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,: 0 WHOLESALE FRUITS AND 1 VEGET ABLES Is unequaled for house,barn,factory or outbuildings
I C and costs half the price of shingles, tin or
d0 iron. It is ready for use and easily applied by
a Correspondence invited and stencils furnished on application. B eliable agents wanted at anyone.

.all principal shipping points,' FOR: 'SHED' OR, HENHOUSE.On .
,' !' First National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla. Bank Commerce, Buffalo, N..Y. Dun's and Brad- steep or flat surface. Excellent roof,complete.
street's Agencies. $2.0oPeI100 Square Feet-$2.00:
Send stamp for sample and state size of roof.

And Building Material.CHARLESTON OLD ROOFS.
Queen City Fruit Auction Co. Protect your' Buildings with Slate Roofing
s S. ..C. Paint,which neither cracks in winter nor runs
,.., '. in summer. Old, shingle roofs can be painted,
looking much better, and lasting longer than
I BUFFALO; NEW YORK. new shingles without the paint for one-fourth

.. REFERENCES::Bank Commerce, Buffalo,N. Y. Dun's and,Bradstreet's Agencies. the cost of re-shingling. On decayed shingles
it fills up the,holes and;pores,and gives anew
Fraud Fruit Wrappers. substantial roof that lasts for years. Curled or
of FOR PRODUCTION AND PROFIT warped shingles it brings to their places and
,II' Keeps them there. Slate paint requires no heat-
." Buy Trees of the ell-known Reliable i Ten tested ing. ,is applied with'a'brush,and Very ornamental. -
,, years Be/'sure you obtain our genuine article,
INO 'MORE' CHEATING. which is chocolate color.

'" t Consumers of Fruit Wrappers- may 0 GLEN Sit MARY NURSERIES O It is acknowledged ON'TIN OR the test IRON paint ROOFS in the market

now know that:they get an honest ream for durability. It has a heavy body;is easily applied ,
of 480 sheets and ; expands by heat, contracts by cold, and
not 400 or 320 sheets SATSUMA ORANGES, hardy and early. PECANS, best Paper-Shell varUtr.. CAMPHOR TREES.
nevercrac1c3 scales.
One is
to PEARS aU kinds, immense stock. California.. or coat equal to 4
ream as some unscrupulous a1 rs WALKU'fS.ElI.g..Japan TEXAS UMBRELLA. '
.. PEACHES 60 varieties, new and eld. CHESTNUTS,Japan Mammoth,fine., GREVILLEA ROBU8TA. of any other paint. ,Buildings covered with felt
supply. PLUMS, best Japan and native sorts. OLIVES. and APRICOTS. MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA. can be made watertight at small,expense,and
1 JAPAN PERSIMMONS.varletles FIGS and MULBERRIES. CITRUS TRIPOLIATA.' preserved for years. Write at once for Cata-
GRAPES, good supply, all'leading kinds. POMEGRANATES. ROSES, BO varieties. logue.
OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed Other kind*-lota of them-write'for what you:want. ,.. Correspondence Invited. ... .
FREE Specimens of fruit In season; and our experience'and Information as to adaptability,to
in' your locality,worth much more. For instance,we have discarded one variety of which-we shipped INDIANA, PAINT & ROOFING CO.
Wrappers are put up packagesof 400 bushels in 1887,and this but one of the hundreds of varieties tested. We have built our reputation ,
1000 each, and<; each Wrapper is ,'online stock-some say the finest. An Ex-Governor of Fla.writes: They are beauties,so admirably 42 West Broadway,New York.
numbered fri packed as to shame a novice and even many who pretend to be experts." Prompt and careful
." printing, consecutively attention to correspondence. Prices reasonable. Catalogue free. Please mention FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER.Bradley .
from' to 1000. No "
one can G. 'Le TABER, Glen St., Mary, Fla. I ed lleld. Eugene B. Redjield.

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prices. Send for sa plesandpricesTHE1JERSEY Established 1883. I Commission

H e. ; To every one interested in plants, whether for House, Orchard MerchantsAND ,

i n or garden, our New Catalogue and Manual will be inval -
CITY PRINTING CO. uable. Send for it immediately. We can supply all Fruit trees

1 grown in the South, beside, Ornamental and Useful plants Fruit Auctioneers .-
'' JERSEY'CITY, N. J. Q'R / and trees from the Four Quarters of the Earth." (From''"Aloeto ,
N.n.-We a ;p to Zingiber," etc.) Write to-day, 141 Dock Street,Philadelphia,fa.
k : do not deal in unprinted We handle all kinds of Fruits. and Vegetables, ';
_pj>sra. :. REASONER BROS., Qneco,, Fla. either at private sale(which has heretofore been
Headquarters for New Plant our custom)or by the auction system (recently
y added to our business)as you may desire.Don't


.' WHEEL Some parts of the country at least, that THEY MUST HAVE AN'EARLY ORANGE,or no
Orange at alL They are also learning that BOONE'S EARLY Is not only the Earliest,but Best Lose
for ana nearest to a Seedless,,Orange of any now grown. Budded Trees of this and other varietiesnow
yourWAGONS. for sale by, 9

'. (J. A. BOONE, Agent. Heart. '

Semi-Tropical Nurseries,Orlando, Fla, :\
,i117 fire T03 Trent,29' 'PLA.NT FERRY'S SEEDS oJ
w' to fi61D.bleb. Tires 1 t this year and make up for lost tuna>i
to8iD.w1de-bubti to EGG PL.HNT: Ferry's: Seed Annual for 1894 wlUj
fit any ail. Suvea give you many valuable hints,
Cost many times in about what to raise and bowtOj
}, a season to hare set Large Purple Thornless is the best variety to ship to Northern markets. It is pure, it is of raise It. It contains Inform,
of low wheels to fit fine color,it is good bearer,it is free from streaked fruit,it will give satisfactory results. Lion to be.had, from no otkionrce.
Free: .to aIL
a+ crtln TOOT tr&gon fodder for;healing murare,. PRICES :Packet, 10 cents; i-Ounce, 30 cents; Ounce,-50 cents; -Pound, $1.75; D.M.Ferry&CeDetroit ;

begs: ,&0..No resetting of Pound$6.00 by mail postpaid. ,
ti nil. Call's free Address ,Ijpcfrr .
IRE MFG. COy XI. G. :HAST i1 GS & PO., 1 ;
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Catalogue free on.application. I Interlachen I Florida.I I :

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__ .' i Numerous tests have conclusively demonstrated that the COCCIDJOIDE is fatal.to the aleyrodes(white fly) in all of its stages of development. It can, however -
be more effectively reached while in the egg,larva and pupa states. ':It is now in those states, but will commence hatching the fly about the middle of June. ..

:Now is 1he: 'T une: to: Apply.It : '

is also'fatal to the Spiders,Rust Mites and their eggs,and to the Scale without reference to the hatching periods. ". ;; :. ..?...':}
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THE.OLD Rn IAB;;., Always on hand at the reduced rate. Will do all that is claimed for it. i ,:..'I::;' .. Ii '

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Single barrels,ton or in car lots. ,;-\ :.:.- "' .;, ..=

SPRAYING: MAC FEII TERY.In '.,:. _': ->..

Great variety at manufacturers'prices. :: .- -_,.' .'
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A splendid appliance for groves that are irrigated. Will greatly reduce the cost of using insecticides. Rubber hose(all sizes),plain and wire bound. : .--::. ,...,,'N. '
BANGOR, BOX SIDES. ':' i l. ., ;'

Cargo will arrive in June. Special rates for orders to be shipped from vessel. Pine box sides,kiln dried heads,hoops,paper,nails,etc. Pineapple crates and other growers supplies:'" '.:",;'
i 1{ '. SPECIAL I N OT.I C E. d'.::,'

;..p The rate for transporting Insecticides has been reduced from 6th class to class "K." A reduction of more than 50 per cent. -.., .{
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Way cross Wharf. Jacksonville. Fla.TOTHEORANGEGROWERSOFFLORIDAN.

.'. Having been practical orange growers for a number of years, also in the business of manufacturing Insecticides and using them our-
selves for the last'ten years, we speak from experience when we make the following statement :

That SULPHUR SOLUTION INSECTICIDE is by far the cheapest and best preparation yet offered to the orange grower.

r""It has never, yet been Adulterated or Diluted, in any form whatever in order to Lower the Price, as R

other Insecticides have been throughout the State,"

;But is always uniform in strength ,and can be depended on to accomplish the purpose for which it was made. It can be sprayedon:

t j ',the trees, at any stage of growth, without' injury to them or the.persons using it. .
As sulphur will not kill all insects affecting the orange tree, we have perfected another insecticide, known as Tar Emulsion, which.

is very effective in destroying Aleyrodes Citri (commonly known as the White Fly), also .the Red Spider (not the Spotted mite or Yellow "
Spider),"and used in combination with Sulphur Solution it will give better results than any insecticide ever used.

We have tested: it thoroughly the past two years ourselves, and know whereof we speak. -
... These insecticides have been used by some of the largest orange growers in the State and have given perfect satisfaction.

.'" References and general directions for using furnished on application. .,;,
':VWrite: for Price-List. '"x: :\'"

"*$!&t d' McMASTER & MILLER, ;

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F RTILIZ RS Orange Trees ,

Actually and Sonestly Made from Animal Bone. w

Trees I II
This is a Guaranteed Fact.

. Standard Guano & Chemical M'fg' Co. The Old Reliable Buckeye Nurseries

,No. 14. Un on'St., New Orleans, La. _

', OSCAR H. NOLAN, State Agent. I have on hand the finest lot of stock I have ever grown of all the standard va-
Write for Almanac,Prices, etc., Jacksonville, Fla. rieties. I have a specially fine lot of Tardiff and Jaffa in two-year buds,;from five
W,H.MICHAEL. Established 1868. A.W.MICHAEL to seven feet high. I recognize.the fact that it'* hard times,and propose to cell! at
hard time prices. I make a specialty of the,King Orange.
M.E.. GILLETT, Prop., -
Manufactured by "Weirsdale,Fla.


Successors to Q.8.Palmer 166 Reade Street New York. .
Burnt, and ground; bright cottonseed meal;pure high-grade German kainit-a perfect formulafor 'FUOtUDR.FRUITS RflD 1/EGHTABIiHS A SPECIALTY. _..
successful growth of Pineapples.
., We solicit your shipments,and invite correspondence in regard to market''and
: Price $22.SO Pe'r'Ton F. O. B. Cars at Bellevtew, Fla
Also write for stencils. References Chatham National Bank, New
Cash with order. For particulars,address prospects. : .
''J'' C. B. SMITH, Gen'l Manager- Jacksonville.' I York,and Don and Bradstreet.Commercial Agencies. fi.
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]VI&rI l\ebiIt terranean; and-this may ,make quite a: Legislation Against Consignment.Editor of fruit exactly as it did the grower,
serious inroad on the profits of the Fanner and Fruit-Grower: in order that only a certain amount
Florida producer. But the probabilities The above question was debatedin ,might go forward each week and pre-
A Commercial View of Lemons. are that the foreigner will find regular form at the court-house in vent gluts in the market. There were,
S ftdltor Farmer and Fruit Grower: ,that i it,will not be profitable to ship I Braidentown last Tuesday evening. however, objections to this feature of
Your letter of recent date requestinga the.inferior stuff. ; Eight speakers entered the debate and the plan as applied to the buyer. It
short article on the.lemon from the Of late years the Florida lemons were listened to by a fair audience of was contended by growers in many
commercial side received. ,I am unable have been sought after by the buyersat ladies and gentlemen. The speakerswere sections of the State that they wished
to state the number of boxes.of the North, and often'there is quitea some of our most prominentmen to sell their fruit, had always done so,
lemons that are grown,within the ,State competition among them to get the composed of two lawyers, two and always hoped to do.so ; that with ,
each year, having never seen in print !. fruit. This is quite a change from a doctors, one of whom is our State the restriction on the buyer, as con-
anything relating thereto, and suppose few years ago, when a Florida lemonor representative, one editor and two or- templated by Article IX of the, con- .
that no figures have,been made, ,.asthe, the mention of them would cause a ange growers. After the debate was stitution, they feared they would not
lemon shipments are: so very small, smile of derision among the wise ones closed the club decided by'a rising be able to dispose of their crop as
compared with the ,orange, that not at the North, who thought they knew vote in favor of the law. heretofore; and many friends of the
much interest is taken in the lemon, what a lemon was or ought to be at All agreed that our present systemof association thought that it would be
except by the producers of them. least. Well, often they were just- making commission men our agentsto very unwise to retain this feature, and
The lemon industry so scattered ified in smiling, and in kicking sell for us has proven to be unsat- while every member of the board be-
throughout the State,.here and there too, when receiving some isfactory and to a great extent unprof.' lieved firmly in the principle of restriction -
a grove in favored localities comparatively 'of our large, over-grown produc- itable. it was deemed best, for this
free frost, ,that occasionally visits tions. The growers, who, gen- The main points made in favor of season at least, to remove all restric-
our State, and to which the lemonis erally speaking, are wide awake men, the law were : tions from the buyer, allowing him to
very susceptible, that it would be have learned considerable about lemons 1. That organization so far as the ship in such quantities as he saw fit.
difficult to get anywhere near accurate during the last few years, and growers are concerned is impracticable It was contended by some that the .
figures the number of boxes shipped, now send as nice, thin-skinned, juicy ; that good and lasting results have buyer would not glut ,his own market
compared with the amount that is con- lemons to the markets of the North as not been obtained by organizing the and would only ship in such quantities -
sumed in this country grown in foreign are received there {from any land, excepting growers. as his customers had ordered.
lands and also in California. The the Maiori lemons. These are 2. That a law to pulverize the com- The following resolution was also
amount shipped from Florida is onlyas considered to be the finest lemon in mission business would create a home passed : That before the shippingseason
,a drop in the bucket, and cuts buta the market, though only three years market and save the buyers from arrives a minimum price shall
small'figure in commerce still the ago,a prominent buyer and shipper of having to compete with consigned be established by the board at which
output is steadily increasing each sea- Florida lemons came into the State to goods. fruit shall be sold at home. This resolution -
son, young groves coming into bearingand see what lemons we had- -he had for 3. That a law to annihilate the was passed to prevent, as:
'old ones producing ever-increasing merly lived in Italy-and going to a commission business, if asked for bya much as possible, the slaughter of the
quantities of this finest of tropical or certain lemon grove on hammock land majority of the growers of fruits fruit and to give a basis of values for
sub-tropical fruits. owned, by one of the most progressiveand and vegetables, would be constitutional our accredited agents in the Northern
During the past three years many thorough business men of the and that it would greatly benefitour markets. This minimum will not be
State he found what he said the people. established until
new groves of large acreage have been was an approximate
planted as the outlook is encouraging finest lemons he ever saw grown any The 'main point urged by those opposing estimate of the crop has been secured
for the growing of lemons in Florida. where in the world, and he would not the law is that it would restrict by the board. M. E. GILLETT,
Some of the most shrewd, level- except his own-the famous Maiori. personal liberty, which was grantedby Gen. Manager F. F. & V. G. A..
headed business men of the State uni-- He offered a very large price for the those advocating the law and met Ocala, Bla.Report .
ted with the same class ,of men at the crop, but the owner would not sell, as by proving that public policy demands ,
North, think they see good profits in he had his brand and market estab that certain liberties shall be restricted of the Riverside Fruit Ex
the, lemon and are putting their capi- lished. I wish to say in passing, there where the constitution allows it. In change. '
tal,into new groves or purchasing old lies the secret of success of this man ; two places refered to it appears that Secretary W. A. Perry of the Exchange ,
ones. While of necessity the outputof he has, by thorough, painstaking work, the constitution is not much in the made the following report of c
this fruit must increase and becomeone established a brand for fine fruit, and way where the people demand a law. the work of the Exchange for the
of importance in the State these this ought to be a pointer for all The constitution of the United season to date.It .
men can see no danger of over pro- growers who have fine fruit. States, in article i of the amend- is impossible to give a detailed
duction of the lemon for, as stated On the other hand, three years ments, says that Congress shall makeno statement of the affairs and conditionsof
above, the area in the State where the ago in Detroit the writer went into a law respecting an establishment of the Exchange at this time. There
lemon can be successfully grown is large commission house and asked to religion or prohibiting the .free exercise have been shipped about 1,333 cars to
small. see'their finest grade of lemons. He thereof. The State constitutionsays date. There remain in Riverside
Even when California, with thou- was shown some, and was assured in section 23 that no preferencecan about 40 carloads.We .
sands of acres of l lemons, throws on they were the best on the market, be given by law to any church, have paid over to the various
the market her product it will affect grown in Italy, I believe, or Sicily. sect or mode of worship. Yet in this associations up to date, $336,995.50.There .
the Florida grown lemon little or They were not up to the best Florida State a man who believes that he are probably about 175 carloads
none, as the lemons from the west are lemons. I told the commission man ought to rest on the seventh day of that have been shipped yet to be
marketed a season of the that this, and he made reply that he never the week is not allowed to do any accounted for, which should amountto
does not,come into, competition withus. saw a Florida lemon that he would work on the first, and if he is caught about $383,595.50, with over fortycars
The Mediterranean lemons are have in his store.. Now, that man was hoeing in his grove on Sunday he can on hand.Associations. '
what we come into competition with, simply mistaken about the quality of be sent to prison, along with the thief, Nos. 3,4, 5, n and 12 ..
and often cause the market to go very the Florida lemon, and has probably for laboring on his own land. This have shipped all their fruit for the
low when a large quantity is dumped learned better by this time.Ve con- law, like the Winchester or repeatingrifle season.. The balance of forty cars
upon our shores. But as this is *a sider the prospect very encouragingfor law, restricts liberty, and appearsto still remaining in Riverside will be
large country, and lemons are now the growing and marketing of the be unconstitutional; yet they are shipped from Associations Nos. 6, 7,
becoming a seeming necessity to hun- Florida lemon,and its commercial valueto enforced.I 8, 9 and 10. At the present rate of :
kred ol' thousands >of consumers, whoa the State is bound to increase year would be glad to see this subject shipping, these forty cars will all be
few years ago considered them a by year until in its relative value it'' discussed in THE FARMER AND FRUIT forwarded within the next ten or fifteen -
luxury, the markets are soon cleared will come but little behind the orange. GROWER. days. Up to the present timewe
xr SUNCREST FRUIT COMPANY, C. L. REAVES. have paid out on our brokerage
up.Owing to a recent discovery for W. C. HEWITT, Manager, Sarasota,Fla.Restriction. .. account about $25,000. On balanceof
making citric acid from sugar, for Stanton, Fla. on Buyers Removed. expense account, $14,000. Our
which 'a very large per cent of 'foreign [Concluded._.next_. week.] Editor; Farmer and Fruit Grower: brokerage and expense accounts include -
lemons have heretofore, ,been used, it Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder At a meeting of the Board of Directors all 'expenses incurred, such as
may have the effect of putting on our Most Perfect Made.INCUBATORS&BROODERS. held at this office on June 15th, organization expenses, expenses of .
markets a much larger quantity of some quite material changes were traveling men, Eastern representatives -
foreign fruit, which will be of inferior made in the working plan of this asso- brokerage, cash discounts, com-
the best of formerly ciation.As missions paid auction houses in the
Only grades -
grades. a Broodcn only IB. Be.t and chcapwt fw
have been shipped from theo raMnc testimonial chick;end. flnt tof catalogue.premium| SjOQD originally constructed the plan East, commissions paid on rejectedcars
lemon growing districts of the Medit G.S.SINGER;, Box RSC&rdIngtoat... contemplated restricting,the purchaser office expenses, office furniture,


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telegraphing, stationery, and in fact fuel and box stuff,,,which they import. used that analysis is utterly worthlessas Millions Saved to Farmers.In .
every expense connected with the Sugar is as cheap here, and the ,day a basis of valuation. a recent issue of the Country
entire working of the Exchange., We is not far off when all the need-
sugar Mr. Rawls is inclined to evade this Gentleman we find a letter from Dr.
have on hand about $5,000 collectedas ed will be produced on the banks of point,and it is the one on which hangs. Peter Collier of the New York Experiment -
a guarantee fund,' which' will prob- the creeks and the Caloosahatchie: the whole value of the law, and the Station at Geneva, which we
ably be refunded to the various, asso It requires about 80 pounds of sugar ( profits to the dishonest manufacturer. give below; and Dr. 'Collier's J letter
ciations. We will' have at the end of to 100 pounds of fruit in *
pro- I[have been contending with Mr.Rawls shows how eastern farmers have been
the season from $3,000 to $oooo cessing.Money. that he should compel every manufacturer swindled and how essential it is that
that has been collected from the various can be made in raising the to make oath to all the materialshe ,every'State should inaugurate careful
associations and held in'res'erve to citron ,of commerce at 3 cents per uses and ,the proportions of each. supervision of all fertilizers,sold there.
meet expenses, that will be refunded pound., : 'Unfortunately[ the law does not explicitly Since my notice in your paper of
at:the close of the season. At the A 'first-class citron weighs r 5j to demand this, and right there its February 22d, of an article'written'by
close of the season we hope to furnish 1 IZ pounds. They pay 5 to 7' cents fatally defective.Mr. Andrew H. Ward, in which he
the growers a detailed statement per pound,in Leghorn, where most of severely takes to' task the, experiment' r
showing the various items of expense,- the'factories are ]located. To raise the Rawls,by following the exampleof stations for
assigning to phosphoricacid
the Commissioner in the first bulletin
etc, for the entire season.' fruit'here all around a factory would potash and nitrogen in
In the meantime if of the save casks salt freightand issued, could make the penalty so
any growers cooperage, cial fertilizers, a value twice 'as highas
severe by classifying those who refusedto
wish to obtain any further informa- much rehandling; and with our
that which
at according to Mr.
make such affidavit that would
tion from the office, or'look over any yankee ingenuity we can cheapen they Ward, "any farmer with common
of the'accounts or books, we will take the: process, as the Captain has demonstrated either be compelled to use only the sense can buy them in the mark.
best materials business.
pleasure in giving them every facility in his plans and specifi- or quit The "
ets, I am reminded that Dr. Goess-
for would
and furnishing' them with all possible cations for a factory, when needed. penalty perjury thus make man'in his annual reportAgricultureof
information. I would like to have all The hundreds of thousands of dollars the law effective.Mr. Massachusetts
1876-77, p. 250-
growers feel that they have the privi, sent out of this country for citron Rawls' assumption is a mighty 'calls attention to a mixture placed
of for such information will in due time come to this State. awful wide It
lege calling upon ,us big one on an margin. Upon 'the market, called Ward's Fertilizer -
and believe all employees in, Citron is not stealable. fruit or per- reaches $18 to $20 per ton on manyof which contained neither potash
the office will take pleasure in explain- ishable, as it is put in tanks of brineas the valuations given in his table I I nor nitrogen, and only !nine-tenths of
ing all,the workings of the' Exchangeand fast as delivered to the factory and and his faith in poor fertilizer natureis i per cent. of phosphoric acid, and
all details and accounts as fullyas worked up for market as needed. simply sublime. He ventures to which, therefore, ,even at the price
possible. Our citron is at least a month ear- give a whole long table of valuationsto which Mr. Ward declares is twice as
Yours respectfully, lier than in Europe and of a more the confiding farmer and fruit high as it should be, would be worth
W. A. PERRY. pronounced aromatic flavor, which is grower; based solely on such sublime only $1.26 per ton, and of which stuff
so much sought after and appreciated.The faith. There is where I take issue Dr. Goessman reported that "it is in
sample of cured citron exhib- with him and claim that his table is to the main, composed of waste ,lime
Qrove and Orchard ited in Myers some days ago by Mr. a great extent entirely fictitious and from gas works and refuse salt, about?
Eyre, was'an agreeable surprise to his of value only to the unscrupulous 22.23 per cent. of the latter;" and the
Citron a Success in Florida. friends: some of whom had begun to manufacturer who can get there the doctor adds that "farmers can do
think him a little cranky, and that highest valuations for the
Editor: Farmer and Fruit-Grower. I very very much better than pay $15 for a mixture -
It is now a settled fact that the citron Florida might not be a citron country.But poorest goods.I of 500 pounds of burnt lime and
it is settled in the affirmative
of commerce (citr jnedica) can and Americans will eat American now have no complaint against Mr. 480 pounds of refuse salt ; an;article ,
be raised and cured in Florida. citron and "send coals yet to New Cas- Rawls personally? He says he follows prepared in that way could be furnished -
Capt.. T; T. Eyre, (of Myers, ,Lee tle." A. SUBSCRIBER. systems already in use which he at.from $5 to $6 and would be'decidedly -
county, Fla., seeing the large bitter considers defective. I have tried to more reliable." e'
Myers',Lee Co., Fla.
citron growing wild in and near the .. show how defective they,are and how Has Mr. Andrew H., Ward any remembrance -
town, turned, his attention to the rais- easily he could remedy the defect. I of this fraud upon the
ing and processing of the green fruit. Money Valuations of Fertilizers. don't know of any other State Massachusetts farmers ? }
Knowing ,that they had failed in Cali-- Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: that publishes a table of valua- But it was, about those days when X
fornia: ,and the more northern part of I have read Mr. Rawls* article in tions such as is given by him. the farmers of Connecticut' were offer-,
this State, he yet believed this was the your last issue, and he refers to me as Not one In twenty of the farmers and ed, at a good round price, the dredg-
home of the citron, as well as of the a kicker against the fertilizer law. He fruit growers take any considerationof ed-up mud of New Haven harbor;
guava. writes: "The privilege of having an the conditions under which these ana, the farmers of New: Hampshireand
Over,seven years ago he commencedto analysis of any fertilizer he purchases tables are published. They simply other New England States were
collect trees from all parts of this made at the Bureau is of inestimable look at the Rawls valuations, and the permitted to, buy at $20 per ,ton the
,State, Louisiana and California, and value to every farmer and grower in practical working of the law is aboutas "Grafton Mineral Fertilizer," which
found them i inferior. He procuredsome the State." I don't agree with him, follows : They come into my office was nothing but "the pulverized ore
from Italy, which turned out to and will try to show it is of inestimable and ask the price of my goods. When from the Grafton N. H., gold mine,"
be inferior citrons and lemons. value to every dishonest manufacturer. I give it many of them kick, just as I recommended also by its manufacturers -
He finally secured, plants from Cor- There are three valuable elements in do about the law, and exclaim, "I as being "an excellent,substitutefor
sica, which have fruited,at three years fertilizers, viz.: Ammonia, potash and I can buy Smith's or Jones' goods $10 Bristol brick," as also "an excellent
old, and yield,a fine citron. phosphoric acid. There are no secret per ton less than yours, and the fertilizer article for cleaning glass and
The Captain ,has, after much, labor materials from which they can be de- : bulletin says they cost and are paint;" while a worthy rival for
and expense, learned the process of rived, but there are very many materials worth more than yours." Mr. Rawls public favor was the "Stevens; Fer-
curing the citron for market. which are entirely worthless for agricultural will, therefore, I hope,. excuse me for tilizer," which was a "success as a diSinfectant -
At one:time it seem_ ed.that he might purposes; and it was the in- trying to defend myself by criticising and deodorizer," valuable
give it up having to contend,with so tent of the law to discover and expose his methods. "for neutralizing the poison of .ivy,"

many obstacles. their use. Mr., Rawls assumes (see his Fearing that influences brought to for which trouble, as was stated, "its
His success shows.what can be 4 done"" April Bulletin) that all the manufacturers bear at Tallahassee might defeat any solution in boiling water or its applf:
,in ,Florida when the right men, take use !only the best_materials. I amendment to the law, I advocated its cation as a poultice effected a perfectcure
hold of a business and say they will assume, and am perfectly sure, that a repeal on the ground that the tax in three hours." This last men-
succeed. great many of those to whom he gives which. Mr. Rawls in his letter acknowledges tioned fraud contained{ 98 per cent of
There are over: 2,000,000 nearly valuations use, to a great extent, the brings a large direct reve- quartz rock, while the Grafton con
3,000,000 pounds of commercial citron poorest materials, to correspond with nue to the State, far exceeding its tained only 40 per cent of quartz and
imported into the, United States the prices at which they offer to sell cost, is a useless and needless burdenon 54 per cent of impure dolomite.
annuilly, paying a duty of '30 per goods. Those prices are so' far below the consumer. That this large di- New York.also has not been with.
-' cent: the'values Mr. Rawls has given themin rect ,revenue is wrung from him for out similar experiences, since it was
The citron can be raised here more his tables of valuations that if they an object which is in nowise attained.It not long ago that "Mason's high
cheaply than in Europe. Land is were made of the best materials, as he will be far better for him to buy grade fertilizer" was offered for sale to
cheaper and our climate better. Our assumes, nothing but speedy bankruptcy his goods of manufacturers whose the farmers >df the southern tier for

rainy season, commencing in June, can ensue to the manufacturer. reputations and characters are fully $35,or $40 per ton, which, upon an-
to fill out the fruit, no irrigation is Mr. Rawls, candidly acknowledgeshe established,rather than risk his money, alysis, was proved to be worth about
needed here as in Europe.We can only give an analysis. Unfortunately time and crops,on brands whose highest $1.50. Certainly there was a screw
have not,the high winds of the the most worthless materials recommendations are Mr. Rawls' loose in those,days.It .
Mediterranean; no need of walls and analyze just as high as the best,so that table valuations. J.'R. TYSEN. is pleasant,to be able to say that
brush protection. We have 'our own without a knowledge of the materials Jacksonvile Fla. the investigations made at Geneva


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during,the past three years have'failedto cannot speak as to its bearing habit But hold; let us see what a little
detect, a single case of fraud; al in,this coast country. TJte: Vineyard, common sense will do here. Bear in
though the published analyses will The St. John is less vigorous in mind that this grape never fails, never
show that there are wide,variations in growth and the limbs want to grow Edited- --"by E. DUBOIS- Tallahassee.-- gets in the way of Jack Frost, is iron
the prices at which the several fertil long and switch-like. clad against all insects and diseases, is
izing constituents are offered to the JUD PIERCE. Notes on Grape Culture. V. easily cultivated (in fact, needs no
farmers by the different manufacturersof Spring Hill, Mobile Co., Ala EDITOR FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER: cultivation except the application of
commercial fertilizers. This letter was mislaid, hence the Volumes could be written on our some good wood ashes and ground
The several cases, however,>already delay in publication. last subject but time and space of this bone around its roots once a year),
given are sufficient to show that, despite *-+-t valuable paper deter us from doing bears enormous crops, as high as
the charges urged against the Poultry and Peaches. so.But eighteen tons to the acre being credi-
experiment stations by Mr. Ward for We made a call on our friend Lundat in short why should we not bly reported, and will live a life-time,
having placed too high a valuation Halifax and found him engaged in make use of the forces which nature perhaps two of them.It .
upon these constituents, the farmer, of caring for his beautiful flock of White has provided for the welfare of man- is not for the manufacture of
to day is fully protected from frauds Leghorns, of which he at present has kind, why should not we make use of wine for commercial purposes that we
which were only too common twenty about three hundred. Mr. Lund is a the food she lays at our disposal ? If would encourage the planting of.the
years ago, and there can be little successful poulterer, as well as we did so biliousness and dyspepsia scuppernong. This is a problem
doubt that much of the criticism made very peach and the two best would be unknown in our midst, our whose solution has often been at-
against the stations owes its inspira- paying grower industries in says Florida are the muscles would be more 'wiry and life tempted in the South, but most men
tion to the numerous exposures. ofvarious keeping,of hens and the growing of would be prolonged.A do not reach half way round it, and
hailstorm destructiue in its the less said about
frauds'which were being practiced peaches. But because Mr. Lund has most "scuppernongwine"
against the farmers. made such a success in these two effects which has been sweeping on as usually found, the better.
During the past twenty-three yeaJ'sthere : lines, does not argue by any means one of the largest vineyards in Orange Our good wives struggle with the
has been, on the one hand, sucha that one attempting the business County, demonstates once more that problem every year, and by means of
steady lowering of prices for fertil-- will succeed. It requires a full the vineyardist must also be a wine- an abundant use of sugar-from a
izers, and on the other hand, such an knowledge of the business and the maker, and that if he is not preparedfor pound up to a pound and a half to
improvement in the quality of these ability and industry to apply that that emergency, it will be another the gallon of juice-they concoct a
products, that to-day the farmers of knowledge. While Mr. Lund has loss to add to already low prices and liquor which politeneess requires us
New York State can buy for the made a pronounced success with poul postal stamp returns. to call wine, but which is no more a
$4,000,000 now annually paid by try raising and egg production, some Wine making, especially in a hot true presentment of the elegant vin du
them for commercial fertilizers, as of his neighbors have made marked country with foxy grapes, is such a pays which the soil of Florida is capable -
much potash, phosphoric acid and failures.As delicate art, that it certainly would be I of producing than a satyr is of
nitrogen as would have cost them $i i-,- to peach growing, Mr. Lund better to confide the task to some one Hyperion. It is no more a wine than
000,000 less than a quarter of a cen- claims that portions of [Florida" are the already familiar with the matter, and "blackberry wine" or "strawberrywine"
tury ago; so that, despite the criticismsof best places in the United States for having a knowledge of the dfferent is.
Mr. Ward, we may, for this reason the business, the crops being the surest instruments to be used, mustimeters, But the scuppernong is so valuableas
alone creditto densimeters, crushers, presses, etc. a household appendage that every
confidently score a large and the trees the longest lived, with
the experiment stations of the fertilization and cultivation.He For the first point to determine .is to family who expect to live for five yearsin
country. PETER COLLIER. proper that in four years the presentis know what quantity of sugar the Florida ought to plant a half dozenor
the only one when he has made a grape naturally has, which will vary so, just as much as they would pro-
from year to year; this can only be vide a cow and a dozen fowls. It
Peaches and Frost. comparative failure, owing to the
determined delicate instruments furnishes table fruit for month in
by a a
drouth and that he has one third of a
Editor Farmer and fruit Grower: ,
called densimeters based on the den- the fall when there is not a super-
To-day, April Fool's Day, a week crop this year-Halifax. Journal.. sity of liquids. The total acidity has abundance of fruit to be had; and
after the Easter cold wave, my peach .Sr also to be determined. Then what fruit of a quality which is by no meansto
trees, excepting the Alexanders, are Resin Wash for White Fly. kind of wine is needed by the client, be despised. Scuppernong grapes,
just beginning to show bloom. The Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: whether of a light or high character. when properly pulped and cooked
orchard is on a pine ridge, seven I notice the article of Jno. Schlappiin There are so many features out ot down, can be canned or made into
miles west of Mobile, and the late the issue of the 23d inst. in regardto I reach for most people unaccustomed to spiced grapes," or into jelly, by the
blooming is, I think, the result of late the white fly. I am sure the wine making. As union is strengththe skillful housewife-all of which are excellent
cultivation last season. The season resin wash will prove an effective small vineyardists should combine dishes. If the vine is totally
before last I noticed that as long as I remedy. It is made as follows, viz : and have their wine made and cared neglected the berries are apt to be
cultivated the trees grew and that Resin, broken into small pieces, 8 for by one and the same man until tough and small ; but when encouraged -
they stopped 'very soon after I stop- pounds; caustic soda (Star Ball Pot- fit for sale. by even the smallest amount of
ped. So last season I cultivated late, ash will do), 3 pounds; fish oil, i Ia J. B. LAMONTAGNE.Winter cultivation and fertilizer, it will produce
with the harrow until July, and with pints. Boil all in 6 or 7 gallons of Park, Fla. berries as large as Wild Goose
the hoe until into August. Now, water until clear, when it will resem- > _plums, and their quality will be'so
while my trees are just beginning to ble hot Florida syrup. The Scuppernong. greatly improved that they will be,
show pink, and promise a'crop,' the Put this while hot into a barrel or Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: even in an uncooked condition a welcome
trees of my neighbors bloomed some tank, and add water to make 50 gal- The scuppernong has not infre- addition to the fruit resources o(
time ago, had fruit set and the cold lons, when it will be ready for use. quently been called "the lazy man's the family. Like all other fruits, this
wave caught it. Certainly one swal- If made in a large kettle, which is grape," because it comes so near vine needs potash i in abundance to
low does not make a summer, nor preferable, water can be added slow 'taking care of itself. In fact, if planted make it produce large, sweet and.
experiment establish a principle; ly after the boiling has been com- in any reasonably good soil about juicy fruit.
but still I think the fact above worthyof pleted, to make any quantity up to 50 the buildings,of the farm or furnished A scuppernong twenty years old
mention, and would like to hear gallons, and applied, while quite hot, with a stout arbor, it will take care of has been known to cover a trell.s: 'solid,
the experience of other readers of to the trees, and it is most effective itself as completely as the pecan or spreading over a quarter of an acre, and
THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWERon when thus used.I the orange tree under similar condit- to yield 50 bushels of grapes, worth ,
this matter of late cultivation. have ,had no experience with the ions.The $i.oo"bushd. JACKSON COUNTY.
My theory is that by late cultivationthe white fly, but from what I saw of it scuppernong is essentially a The scuppernong is not entirelyfree
growing season is extended, andas it in the northern part of the State ,wild grape. In its tough, leatherlikeskin from rot and mildew, but those
the tree was late in stopping in 'the last year, I am confident this prepara- there is a peculiar, strong, musky diseases do not affect the vitality of
fall it starts late in the spring. Maybe tion will destroy it. It has killed bouquet and an excess of acid, which, the vine as,it does on other varieties,
there is. nothing in this, but I shall every insect to which we have applied if allowed to go into the must, takes if not treated.-ED.
continue late cultivation until I know to eradicate by the ordinary
it, excepting the lady bug, andit years processes .
more about it. The trees are mostly is an important point in its favor of oxidation; or else has to be
Elberta and St John. The latter I that it is not injurious to this friend of overcome with sugar. So low is its The Tampa Tribune tells its read
are the slowest in coming into bloom. the citrus fruit grower. percentage of sugar that it weighs ers of a grape fruit tree owned by J.
The Alexanders, as I mentioned, are It.is not safe to apply this remedy very seldom above 60 on the must R. McDonald, near Plant City, whichwas
in bloom but had little fruit yet set when the fruit is small, say in Feb scale. This defect could, doubtless, planted fifty years ago and is
when the cold came, and have mores ruary or March, as it has a tendencyto be corrected to a certain extent by cultivation eleven and one half feet in circum-
than enough sound bloom left. neutralize its acid and make it in- and fertilizing; but most peo- ference, thirty feet high, and its
The Elberta' is a model tree as to sipid. ple of finer'taste would say: "Throwthe branches cover an area of forty, .three
rapidity of growth and shape of head. A. L. DUNCAN. wild thing away and plant some- feet across. Its net product this.year,
As the trees are but two years old, I Milwaukee Nurseries, Dunedin, Fla. thing better." was $223.89.


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ft l'dElJif.t]' { > TlelEl\ jack pine twenty feet to water.I penses and $1,000 will keep your Well, I am cured on high fertiliz-
," then dug two trenches, twenty name from the paupers' list., Talk ing for sweet potatoes. Nine years'
--I five feet each, a spade wide and a about no profit in celery, old man, experience leads me to believe that
'. "RAMBLING DOTS. I in the bottom where's "
spade deep. put a your specs. six hundred pounds per acre of any
A Bystander and Rural. compost-5 parts of muck and i But Bystander had slipped away. good high grade fertilizer is all that
of cotton seed meal-three inches When Rural overtakes him he will
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: part tell can be used to advantage, and four
A good many people in Florida do deep. I then' covered it with sand Bystander another story. RURAL. hundred pounds will often give equally -
not make any effort to raise vegetables about an inch"deep. In this the seeds I good results.So .

while their groves are coming on. were planted. Sweet Potatoes. far as I can see, of all the meth.
They came to Florida to raise oranges, "A lazy way," said the bystander; Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: ods in which I have ever applied fertilizer -
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they plant an orange grove and wait "a mighty lazy way." I have learned some things since I I think I get best results whenI
patiently or impatiently for fruit. "Mighty easy way, returned Ru came to Florida, and one of them is throw a light furrow for the begin-
They buy their vegetables and eggs ral. "I watered the trenches every that you can over-do the fertilizing business ning of my bed, sprinkle the fertil-
and chickens and the consequencesare other day; the seeds came up in fif- with sweet potatoes. On good izer on this, then throw another fur-
they are always paying out teen days. When three inches high, land without fertilizer I can make sixty row on top of the first, fix up any deficient
money.It I thinned them to 3 to a foot; straight- bushels per acre. So I sat one day places with hoe, plant my vines
is quite a long journey from the ened them out with additional soil, pencil in hand and said, with proper and just before they begin to run
nursery to a bearing grove and unlesswe and watered them with liquid ma- fertilizing I ought to safely count on throw two more furrows to the bed.
have something to help meet ,the nure every other -day. When ten three hundred bushels on the same Then very little hand hoeing cleans
cost it Is quite an expensive operation.So inches high they were: wrapped with acre. Thus, one ton of blood and them out, and Florida farmers must
frequently we hear some one cry old newspapers and moss, the. trenches bone $32 ; one half ton of high grade save all the hard work possible if
out "what can I do to be saved?" fertilized with one pound,of vegetable potash, $23, or a total of $55 per they want a balance left at the end of
One day while in Palatka Rural fertilizer to ten feet, then fertilizerwas acre; increase yield 240 bushels for the year.
bought some celery and paid, ten mixed with the soil and the $55, or 23 cents per bushel. Then I Another thing I have observed ;
cents a stalk. A by stander, a pessi-- trenches filled up. The ground was would have the unused fertilizer left these yields of five hundred bushels
mist of.the vintage of 1881, exclaimedas watered every other day it it did not in the ground for my labor. This per acre generally shrink very materi--
only a pessimist can. "Ah great rain. When ripe to cut they stood figured out elegantly and how gooda ally when you get them in the half-
country this for vegetables. Got to shoulder to shoulder. In the fifty fellow would teel to roll out three bushel. I learned this when a year or
send to Michigan a thousand miles feet there were" 150 stalks, equal to hundred bushels from one acre .. two ago I got some of Terry's potato
away'for celery. any in this tub. I had a few of the little pieces of boxes which, even full, hold just one
"Did this come from Kalamazoo ?" "Well, Rural" said the bystander, paper left after the railroad got done bushel. I tell you, they are fine'
inquires Rural.y "you will have to swear to that beforeI with my oranges, and I enclosed them things to take the wind out of an acre
"Yes," replied the bystander, "and believe it. and said: "Send blood and bone and of potatoes. That estimated crop of
they sell lots of 'em right here for ten "I am ready," said Rural. "Now potash at once." They came. The two hundred bushels is very apt to
cents each, or three for a quarter." you say there is no profit in growing land had been plowed and harrowedand shrink just about one-half. And, by
"Is there none raised here?" Rural celery, that we can't grow good celery was in fine tilth. The fertilizerwas the way, when you have put a hund-
asked. and you also say that stalks like the applied at the rate of a ton and a red bushels of potatoes in the house
"Naw.," snorted the bystander. best there- are worth 10 cents each or half per acre, as indicated; the ridges from an acre you have not made a fail
"Don't they raise some at San Ma- about $7.50 per 100 wholesale. thrown up, vines planted, and such a ure of potato raising by considerable.My .
" teo?" "Now, I say," said Rural, "with growth I don't think I ever saw: it experience is that plenty of
"Oh, only a few bunches." -- proper fertilizer, and fertilizer you equaled in a potato patch. potash has a tendency to make
"Don't they raise it over at Merry- must have to grow anything to perfection But October came, and I did not smooth, firm, solid potatoes and
field for market?" with water and cultivation you see the ground crack open as I thoughtit good keepers. ,
"Lord, no!I" returned the bystander can grow as good celery here as in ought to,considering the wealth I had As to digging in the moon I pay no
; "they may raise a little bit, but any part of the United States. The 50 deposited there. But I said when it attention to the moon, but recently in ,
Kalamazoo furnishes the supply." feet had 150 first class stalks from two gets a little cooler they will crowd each the discussion of the potato question '
"Why don't people grow it here?" feet to thirty inches high. You say, other out, they will be so anxious to with a neighbor of extended exper-
"The land is too poor," said the by- Mr. Bystander, that they are worth I respond to my generous treatment. ience he told me his method of de-
stander. "You can't bleach It. It $7.50 per 100, that is $11.25 for 50 The last days of December came; terming whether they would do to
don't grow any size, and it don't look feet or $22.50 per joo feet, $45.00 for still no grand rush to all get out at dig, and to me it seemed ,based on
like, celery anyway." 200 feet the width of an acre, 108 once. So I got the plow under them good sense at least. He says when,
"Now," said Rural, driving the by- rows would be $4,860. Now cut this and began to do a little elevating on he is ready to dig he goes to the field
stander against the wall, so he could in halves and you have $2,430 for my own account. Now for results. and gets a potato from one each of
not,,escape, "I want to tell you a little an acre; cut this in halves again and Product, 100 bushels, mostly "lazy three or four places ,in the field so as
story. Last year I sank a well on top you have $1,215."Certainly man's potatoes;" that is, turned in- to have a fair average of the crop.
of" a piece of bald-headed black. $215 will pay all ex side out so as to save peeling. These he cuts up fine and lets them

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lie over night. If in the morning mals and fowls and his neighbors are CENT- WORD COLUMN.To .

white and has exuded stock from him to "breed'up"
they are gum ; Poultry.Edited Buying insure insertion in this column, advertise-
and'glazed over the cuts and they are their own with and they are willingto ments must be accompanied by the money.
Advertisements must not exceed words.
dry and hard, he digs.: If on the by E.W.AMSDEN, Ormond, Pla. pay him a good price for it. Do Postage Stamps received in payment.fifty
contrary, the juices are black and -.....- we find any body buying breeding Count every word,including name and address.

mould has already begun to form he Early Molting Hens. stock from a mongrel breeder andpaying' FOR.SALE.-16,000. orange, lemon and. grape
does not dig but waits a week and As rule when the liens begins to him extra prices for it? Not uit trees. Write for catalogue and prices.All .
a budded on sour stock. J. II. Turnley, "Ex-
tries again until they will dry up and molt early in the summer they ceaseto celsior Nurseries,"Lake Weir, Fla. 7-7-20

glaze over and, retain their white, lay, the result being' that they are at any.A first cross between the Plymouth ORANGE TREES-At grtatly reduced prices,
color.I the hard times. W. H. Maun,
once sent to market as no longer pro Rock and Light Brahma makes an,
Mannville, Putnam Co., Fla.
had observed, when digging a fitable. This is a mistake, for all hens I excellent table fowl, but that is all it

bushel or so at a time for immediateuse must shed their old feathers and takeon is fit for. A first cross between a, Ply- OR SALETry plants and some you of the will Abbakla not be sorry.pineapple -

that somtimes they would rot new plumage, some beginning earlyin mouth Rock and a Leghorn makes a Geo. J.., Stevens, Monte Vista, Lake county,
down in a day or two. His theory is that the summer, while others do not Fair sized bird and a good layer, but Fla._77.4A

there is a condition of the sap when !it commence until late in the tall; but it is useless for breeding purposes, because BARGAIN.-Fine toned $20 mandolin for
:$12. Almost new. A. H. Butler. Mt. Dora,
is thin and watery and a cut or bruise is the process requires about three it is neither one thing nor the I Fla. it

the starting point for rapid decay. At months' time. In other words, a hen other. Chickens hatched from its I -

other times the sap is rich and heavy, takes one-fourth of the time'during the eggs will be all sizes and colorssimply FOR EXCHANGE.-Rot(B.."iine"sis) for cuttings established of the plants Giant

fully matured and dries and seals the year to molt, giving her a period for third-rate mongrel stock. of Sago Palm (Oycas Revoluta). Citrus trifoliata -

cuts so they are not exposed to the laying not exceeding three hundred Mrs. O. C. says she has crossed the L. NORMAND seed for honey, Marksville and peeu-to, La. pouch eeds. J.

action of the air, and consequently days as the maximum.The Leghorn and Buff Cochin and has a
GRASS.-Paspalum( plci'ycaule),
the-tubers keep well.I molting period has somethingto splendid: bird, "far superior to either LOUISIANA grass in Florida for lawns or per-

have herein related some of my do with winter laying. Granting parent in all the qualities that go to does.manent Can pasture be planted Will any grow time where of the year Bermuda when
experiences and observations in the that'three months' time must be lost, it make up a fine market bird." Exactly.She ground is moist. Sets!-25 cts. per 100,$1.50 per
culture of Batatas _cdulis, but I have is plain that if a hen begins to molt has,a lot of fowls closely resemb- Ioooby mail. W H.Powers,,Lawtey, Fla. tf

found the sweet potato a fickle dame. the first of August, she will not be in ling good Plymouth} Rocks in every- FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred for breeding. Ten weeks Chester old. White Accli-
I have planted when every condition full plumage again until the first of thing except color and breeding mated. Large healthy and handsome. Price,
seemed favorable and but few eight dollars. W.J. Pierpont, Crescent City, Fla.
got November, and she will not lay until qualities. "Next year, says she, "I 630-2

potatoes. Again, when it seemed the molting has oeen completed. If propose to cross this cross with In- SALEI have two litters oCthoroughbredEnglish
almost folly to plant, I have harvesteda the weather is mild, however, during dian Game." I have not the slightest bull pups for sale. Whelped May
But the best receipt I 5th and 29th, 1894. R.B.Bud, Bradfordville, Fla.
good crop. November, and winter does not set in objection to offer, Mrs. O. C. 6-30-4
know of,is long rows and lots of them; before December, she will have a full You can cross the breeds with any-

and the man with plenty of potatoesis I month's rest, and will begin laying, thing you like, but I guarantee one A, NICE Durkee LITTLE Shell Road HOME, only; FOR two SALE.-On miles from

not going to starve. and then continue laying through the thing : In less than five'years you will porch Court;House.lot 110x51.House Deed has perfect.4 rooms All taxes closet paid.and
IRVING KECK. winter. Hence, this rule must not be either go out of fowl culture becauseit Will sell cheap for cash. Address MATT. G.
Bowling Green, DeSoto Co., Fla. JOHNSON, Jacksonville, Fla.
which is that if the hens will sell clean
overlookek don't
.. pay you, or you ,
Unfruitful Beans. begin to lay before cold weather they out and take a fresh start. WANTED buy 10 or 20 full-blooded An-
R. H. SMITH,Lawtey,
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower. will lay during the winter, but if cold It has taken years and years of Fla.2t..

Please advise in an early number weather overtakes_ ..them. before they. careful mating to establish the breeds DRINK PURE; WATER.-For circulars and
of your esteemed paper. I am tryingnow begin to lay they will -probably not lay we now have\j, and there are enoughof fier, address of the MCLEAN BUCKET&PUMP Co., and Agents.Water Conant Puri-,

for the second season to raise before spring. them, Solomon knows, and if any Fla. 9-15-5
snap and lima beans,' but can't say What then should be done with the amateur thinks he can by any hocus FOR SALE.-Fine Smooth Cayenne Pineapple

that I make a success of it. The hens that begin to molt early? Keep pocus crossing, mixing and manipulating small quantities.' Now Orlando ready for Grape delivery and in Fruit large Co.or,

plants are well fertilized with cotton- them, of course, as they will soon obtain a variety that is superior Modelo Park Orlando. Fla C. S. VAN HOUTEN
seed meal, dissolved bone and some finish molting and be, ready for work to all others, he will discoverhis Treasurer and General Manager. 6-23-4 ,

potash and grow and bloom pretty long before some of the other hens mistake in time to kick himself A GOOD MULE; JACK, and SADDLE HORSEfor
sale or exchange. Address, Dr. L. E.
well, but set only very little. Have begin. When you sell off the hens: into 1900. WEBB St. Bethlehem,Tenn. 6-23-3

several kinds of each variety, both now because they are shedding their But I don't wish to be misunder- Abbaka Pine-
SALE.-Ripley Queen.and
pole and ,dwarf; those recommended feathers, and do not lay, you will be stood iifcthis i matter and have a dozenor FOR plants. H. L. BEEMAN. Orlando, Fla.

j by Hastings and others ; also some of selling off the very hens that you more,people jump upon me with 623.6

the Peruvian bean, otherwise called, should keep over for producing eggs pens loaded to the muzzle. A first VERY FINE-Two to four-year old orange and
buds at$20.00 100 f.- o. b J. L.
Scarlet Runner, but they all behave during the cold months. So do not cross between Plymouth Rocks and DERIEUX, Lakeland, Fla.per 6-9-5

the same. sell the moulting hens, but sell those I Brahmas really do make excellent WHITE ANTIGUA PINEAPPLE

Of the latter I had hopes, being a that are very fat and do not lay. Old birds to raise for roasters. So also a SOftfl slips and suckers for sale. Suckers,
molt earlier than the pullets be- 5c each;slips,3C each, f.o. b., cash with orders.
native of climate but hens and
a warm theyare first cross between Leghorns one Address Box 449 Orlando Fla 6- -4
just the same. What is ,the rea- cause they begin about eleven months of the larger breeds makes rattling
GOOD CHANCE.-To a desirable party I
'son? Are the flowers defective? Is from the last moulting, which causes good broilers. But we must alwaysuse A will lease a four-room house and ten acres

it want of insect life to fertilize the them to molt a month earlier every pure breeds in crossing to, get paid(two cleared entirely) in in Lawtey work. ,Enterprising for a small rent men, to clear be

flower ? year, and therefore it will be noticed these good results. It won't do to $200 to $300 per acre in strawberries. Address,
If there is any way to make them that the hens which molted in July of use the grades, no matter how plump STRAWBERRY,this office.

bear please tell me. Do you knowof last year will molt in June this year. and beautiful they may seem. Bear I FOR SALE ONE BERKSHIRE BOAR (pure),
I one Berkshire sow (three-quarten).
any particular variety which would Feeding of the molting hens is a in mind that when you cross two Both young and acclimated. Address, "F. E.
succeed? Wrote to the Agricultural matter to receive careful consideration. breeds the result is simply a mongrel ; W.," Denver,Fla. 5-19-4

Station, Lake City, but can get no When making the new feathers (can't think of a better name) that, is PH ENIX NURSERIES.. No one can grow
advice. Soil high and dry, light they require food rich in nitrogenand fit only for market, Place a nice prices.. better We citrus propagate trees nor no honestly"back numbers.beat our"

hammock. LAKE REGION.De mineral matter. Linseed-meal, even lot of these mixed colored birds Let us bid on your wants. Twelve years experience.
Soto County Fla. bone, meat and milk should be givenin alongside of an equally nice lot of F. N. HORTON, Braidcntown, Ha 5-19-7

You are in a position to ascertainthe preference to grain, and they should evenly colored (or pure bred) birds in GENUINE NUNAN, BESSIE, ALABAMA,
cause much better than we can. have free access to grass, especially any market and see whieh sells first. strawberry plants, $3.50 1,000 $15.00
Also Peruvian, Vineless, Gen. Grant.
In, your remote settlement it is quite clover. It is also important to give That's the test that tells.-Prairie. 5000.Pools sweet potato plants$4.50.coo, 100 by mail,
possible that the failure to bear may them dry quarters, so as to protect Farmer. July 81.00.at Nancy half price.Hall,JULIUS Si oo per SCHNADELBACH dozen. Vines Box in

be due to lack of bees to distributethe them when nearly naked, as dampness .. 4, Grand Bay, Ala. 512.4
You do not state whether induce which is con-
pollen. may roup, OF GOOD
The Males. SEVEN HEAD COWS partly Ter-
there are any hives of bees in your tagious and may carry off the whole sey from four to eight ears of age,all fresh
As soon as hatching is over, the or shortly due to calve for sale low. WM. B.
in Farm and
colony or not. flock.-P. H. Jacobs, SCHRADER, Waverly Stock Farm, near Tallahas
You should try experiments. Plant Fireside. males should be disposed of as eggs see. 5-12-8
... from hens not with males can be
. a few hills in different places and IF YOU HAVE AN ORANGE GROVE FOR
. fertilize each with different sub- About This Mixing Business. kept twice as long as those that are sale, write to GEO. H CHAPIN &Co., Stt Au-
{: plot gustine, Fla., or 257 Washington St., Boston.
stances and combinations and keepat The yards of farmers all over the fertile. Males consume food that is s- -tf

it until you solve'the' problem. It country are full of mongrelsmongrel too valuable for them, as they will not FOR SALE cashtime: or tiade,orange groves,
is only a truism to say that there is horses, cattle, sheep, hogs and bring more than one half price compared FlA. and timber lands.* E. RTJMZ.SY 3-ll-l6t, Keuka,

something lacking and' you must keepup poultry, and they are selling at mon- with other fowls, and every
investigation until learn grel prices! Here and there we ,finda day that they are retained is so much FOR CUTAWAY HARROW prices address E.
your you Hubbard, Federal Point,Fla.,State Agent.
what that is. man who is raising pure bred ani- loss that should be avoided. i I IO-2I-tf

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gtateThe ews. Our l\uPai :fiome. months.occasionally On such have days in it our is possibleto hottest Awarded

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orange groves of Fair Oaks put Edited by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS, out feeling tired. I forgot to say, in ;

on a fine growth of foliage in the spring, ---- St. Thomas Fla. speaking of the mid day meal), that if

bread-baking, or ironing, has to be
and groves which last year were fruit- Summer Housekeeping1.
less because of the ravages of the white I do not consider done in the forepart of the day, it is
best ta make one fire do duty for sev-
fly now show lot of fine in
a oranges housework (particularly in Florida)
the tops of the trees especially. These slavery by but eral purposes, and have the "old.fash-
any means, I have ioned boiled dinner which is liked
trees were thoroughly sprayed with known women to make it such, and ;
Paris green last summer.-Manatee toil from until for a change, and which may be CREAM
.. Advocate.Mr. morning night, as no cooked as early as nine o'clock and
ebony-hued laborer in the old slave
still be
warm at noon. But whateveryou
W. H. Parkin, of West Palm days; because their minds also are cook for the noon meal let it be .

Beach, had the. first consignment of working out difficulties while the sufficient for the evening one also. BAKING.t

pineapples in the Florida Fruit Exchange -I hands are busy. I have known some Some women prefer the morning to

for sale this season, and the (happily they are rare) who entertained do the work, because, when they have .1

price they brought was within a quarter their husbands' friends with the made their toilet for the afternoon POWDER

of a cent per apple of the highest finest of dinners, they made excellent they dislike to go into the kitchen at
price obtained the for cooks, prided themselves on it and MOST
by Exchange ; the hour necessary to get a late din- PERFECT MADE
fruit this All in all that is all right if the matter is not
season. our growers ner, or early supper. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Rat
on Lake Worth are very well pleased over done. Perhaps their graves are This is a consideration, but is of secondary from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,

with the prices obtained for their fruit kept green, but I have doubts. Number importance.After 40 YEARS THE STANDARD

in the North and West.-Juno Sun. I I 2 sits with book or crochet work trying several plans-for I

in the easy chair, that was kept for
An industry carried knew before coming to Florida that
on to a very "
"company, while number i toiled "A Poor Man's Complaint."
and competent household help would be
large annually increasing extenton over the hot
cooking stove to make
Indian river is the keeping of bees. and hard to find-I adopted the one I For Our Rural Home.
pies puddings for them this
It has grown up very quietly, till froma not in Florida). Some ( was have recommeded.The The article in last week's issue of

very small beginning there has been wise learn women are delicious breezes from ocean your paper entitled "A Poor Man's
enough to
raised and shipped-as nearly as we rience of other wives by and the experi- and gulf spring up at a much earlier Complaint," interested me a good dealas

can gather-between two and three themselves govern hour in the afternoon, than any cool- it opens up a matter which I think

hundred tons of honey. There is old accordingly, and will liveto ing wind manifests itself in most Northern ought to be settled. In my opiniona
hardly a settlement on the East Coast in their green age, dying States during the heated term. certain number of hours should con-
prime, a to hot dinners.
which does not number two to six But their martyr After a pleasant rest or recreation stitute a day's work. It should not

bee-keepers, working from ten to one where the predecessors have gone during the warm hours, it is not a be left to the caprice of employers as

hundred colonies of bees. ,Duringthe with all weary their are at rest. Think laborious undertaking to slip off the to how long a man should work be-
you virtues and three
seasons of orange, palmetto and hot meals afternoon gown, don a Mother Hub fore he is entitled to a day's pay.
a day hon-
mangrove blossoms, all, occurring at ored than the wife, who are makes more bard and get the evening meal, doors Labor has rights as well as capital,

different times, the amount of honey toilet, and sits down with her a neat husband and windows all wide open, the re- and the employer has no more moral

gathered and extracted is almost beyond to a cold lunch with- freshing breeze makes it a pleasure. right to exact more than a fair day's

belief. Some of our largest bee him the last discussing MINNIE G. MILLS. work for a day's pay than a laborer

farmers place their whole bee establishment .. new novel or showing -- has In demand a dav's nav for leJ
--- --- ----
him the c-"
on large scows and present her dainty Woman's Foot Growing Larger.; than a day's work.I .
transport ,
fingers have been making for him ? It is now an fact that feet I think the
them for many miles to obtain the open are legislature should pass a
A word
( to the wise etc .
honey from large areas of mangroveor here ) growing larger as one consequence of law stating the number of hours which

orange groves, moving round as the Just "let If me say a word about outdoor life led by so many girls of should be a day's work. This would

flowers are exhausted in one sectionto "company.it is our friends come to the period. The tiny slipper once so not prevent any one in a busy time

another. 'This year has been un see how us supposed they appreciateus raved about in poetry and prose as.a from working longer hours; they

usually favorable for bees, and the ciety, if the can housewife we enjoy each other's forthwith so- positive inspiration when worn by a would simply be entitled to be paid
honey is of a fine quality.Titusville the pretty woman will come to be re- for the overtime. Here at this place,
light fire and
Advocate. prepare a garded as a sort of antediluvian relic, ten hours have come be considered asday's

hot dinner for her guests coming her- dating from a time when feet were a work. Your correspondentwas
When Dutton & Co. first self to the table "flustrated" and
came .to over-
practically unused, their owners beingas one of the first ones here to adopt
this State there was a difference in the heated then afterward so tired that she
adverse to active exercise this
as a lap plan. I am now an employer
quality of the Florida Sea Island would forego the of ,
cotton society the dear-
dog. The heavy tread of the beetle- but have been a laborer, and there-
and the Sea Island cottons of est friend on earth to be able to drop
foot will be fore
crushing heard in the land am in a position to understandthe
South Carolina; the difference in price down on a lounge and take a rest ? If and even ultra-fashionables will haveto matter. In opinion one
owing to grades ranging from 10 to there is not in the house the where- my
confess to fives, sixes or sevens as get better results from a ten hour day
30 cents per pound. This last season withal to set a decent-lunch, or if the their size. With little hysterical gig- than from working from sunrise to

the difference was not over i to 2 guests have been traveling, and it is
gles they profess wonderment at sunset. I employ from two to eight
cents,except a very fine cotton raisedon more seemly to offer them the hospi- the way their feet have grown since hands, according to the way the work
the islands that the Florida planters tality of something warm and, more
they took to lawn tennis, physical runs, and through the summer they
do not think pays them to plant. substantial than is already prepared, culture, and walking tours, and they begin work at 6 o'clock and work until -
The East Florida cotton to-day is the same dinner you would set before
can console themselves with the re- 12. They take an hour for dinner
claimed to be one of the finest cottons husband and the rest o'f the familyacup
flection that many other young women commence work at i and quit at 5. I
raised in the world. This result has of tea, and a custard are easily have the same tale to tell. How long, leave it to their discretion as to when

been brought about to a very large prepared-and with bread and butter think will the shall
you, high French heel they begin and stop, so long as
extent by the liberal in which and a salad if the sensible
manner i guests are continue in favor, now that women they get in the ten hours.
Dutton & Co. have provided for he they will find plenty and be better
t ,
I are so much on their feet ? It 'is a Mr. Snyder must have struck a poor

planters by procuring selected plant pleased. form of torture, all said and done, if place if an able-bodied man can only ,

ing seed yearly. For years Dutton & There is a great temptation, how- anything like a good walk is attempted, get 75 cents a day. That is poor pay,
Co. have imported selected Sea Island ever, to the housekeeper to get the work
clump under the middle of the particularly for such long days as he
planting seed direct from the islands, out of the way in the forepart of the sole just right for slanting the foot at describes.As .

as well as selected from cotton boughtin day; and if the family are early risers,
a misery producing angle, and crushing to preference for colored
the seed from the best planters in much of it be disposed of before
the toes into the corner.I don'tknow help, that I presume is purely a mat-
the East Florida district; all this class the sun gets very warm. The early how many women I have heard ter of business ; an employer naturallytries
of cotton is brought to their ginneryat morning, in Florida's summers, is
expatiating on good results they to get what he considers to be
Gainesville to be ginned, and the simply delicious. But unless breakfast have felt from the physical culture the most profitable help. The man

seed is carefully looked after until the is over before eight a. m., it is class and from regular daily walks.- who mixes up sentiment with businessis

following planting season. Their well for the housekeeper to content Providence Journal.! liable to need help himself beforehe
ginnery is the largest in the State herself with
merely "straightening" "> gets through. The help here is
turning out thirty to thirty-five bales the rooms, and getting the breakfast
For Malaria, Liver Trouble mostly colored, because, in the first
per day during the cotton season and things cleared away; then taking a place, such help is the most plentiful
employing from 100 to hands.- rest-unless the entire rIndigestionuseBROWN'S ;
125 long day bone e in the second place, ,the colored
I man
Gainesville Sun. IRON BITTERS
of the cool pleasant ones that we I can stand the "hot broiling sun"

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Chemistry of the Brain. her estimation, at least) the elements Marry this Girl-Somebody.

The government is about to start a of an ideal husband. It is interesting, Mr. Editor:-I stained a blue silk dress

The psycho-physical laboratory. Prof. Elmer i. therefore: to know the opinions on the with lemon juice; what will restore tho
:1:1r Gates has been color? I am lots of selling
: engaged to take subject of such well known men as Dr. making money

charge of it. His specialty may be Parkhurst, Palmer Cox, Bill Nye, An- the Climax Dish Washer. Have not
made less than
$10 I worked.
fairly termed the newest of sciences.It Comstock and any day
Value, of ; thony George Francis Every family wants a Dish Washer, and
deals with matters which hitherto Train, who give their views in the July pays $5 quickly when they see the dishes .

have been deemed beyond reach of number of Demorest's Family Maga washed and dried perfectly in one minute.I .

Experience investigation. zine, some of which are very unique, generally sell at every house. It is easy

Among other things, it has discov- and all well worth reading. selling what every family wants to buy.I .

is shown in ered that bad and unpleasant feelings -*. sell as many washers as my brother,
plainly ,our treat- and he is an old salesman. I will clear
create harmful chemical products in Health and Morality.It $3,000 this
ment of ourselves in health year. By addressing J. H.

and sickness. When the body, which are physically in- .seems scarcely possible to over Nolen, 60 W. Third Ave., Columbus,
were jurious. estimate the scope and importance of I Ohio, any one can get particulars about

well, feeling ,splendid, we Good, pleasant, benevolent and those laws which tend toward the acquisition the Dish Washer, and can do as well as I

: i ignore the possibility of sick- cheerful feelings create beneficial and preservation of health-' am Talk doing.about hard, times: you can Boon

ness. But overwork, high chemical products which are physi- physical, mental and moral. If a child' pay off a mortgage, when making $10 a

c living, inherited poor blood, cally healthful. is scrawny and sick, peevish and morose day, if you will only work; and why won't

full of bile and "cussedness people try, when they have such good
irregular courses, etc., de- These products may be detected by he
chemical analysis in the will upset thedecalogue and break opportunities. MAGGIE R.
velop symptoms of,weakness, perspirationand ;: .
of liver urine of the individual. Prof. every commandment, but do not set -
i l dyspepsia complaint
him "meditations
to death"or
has discovered
and the general health fails. Gates more than 40 on Or you aall worn out; really* good ibr nothIng
of the bad and as many of the good. to study catechisms, but send himto ,it is general debility., Try .
You should know by BROWN'S IRON RITTEIUI.h :
experience Certainly eyery man knows that the gymnasium, allow him to com- wm cure yon, cleanse your liver, and give

.I : as thousands do, that grief will poison a mother's milk. mune with nature in the open air, and a good appetite. ,.

by taking In fact, it generates an injurious he will develop a better disposition

chemical intense in and a better character. Those pale General
product so char- ,
,0' L gent A gen t$.$7.
H HI acter as to sicken the infant that devitalized, saintly children, filled with a week.]Kzelnilr. territory. The
Rapid Dtih" .laer.Washes blithe
Brown's draws its nourishment from the ma- negative goodness and amiable tame- dishes for*fam11.1D. one mlanU.
Wishes rinses and dries them
ternal fount. ness are insipid and incapable of those without wetting the hand. Yoapath

Here is an illustration more obvious positive, robust, aggressive virtues so %RAPiD the rut.the button Bright,themaahlBedeea polished dishes
much in demand at the d IOIt15Ntg and cheerful wirei. No scalded
and more familiar yet : present y.- k Dgera.Do.oUedhaDdlor elotalnf.
I Guide. f No broken dlahe.,DO m UI.Cheap,
JronBittersh When a man feels greatly depressed Nursery durable, d.Cirealarfrn .
>--4 W.P.HABKISON&CO., Clerk K*. 12, Colombo. O.
he cannot work. Bad ideas and
Cook Potatoes Their Jackets.
memories kill energy. They affect

whilst in health the system the physical being immediately." On Dr Letheby, an English physi-- & Jersey!Bed and,Cheater Poland ITnlto.Chin"
: cian, who has given much attentionto 'PIGS. Jersey Guernsey and
would never run down anddoctors' the other hand, happy feelings create Bolstelo Cattle. Thoroughbred
1 the analysis of foods, says that potatoes Sheep. :Fancy Poultry.Hunting
and make feel like .
bills would not energy one exerting and House Dogs: Catalogue.ranTllIe.
cooked in the skins contain a L W. IIITJL oc .Cheater Co..Pe....
: have to be 'paid. This is a himself. There is nobody who much larger amount of nutriment
has not felt these things who has
fact worth than if before He WITH STANLEV'S
remembering peeled cooking.
not benefitted by them and sufferedby ,HANG Corrugated Steel! Hinge.
and of vital importance them. says that baked potatoes are not only They are Stronger,Handsomer

I to BROWN'S IRON more delicious, but that. they contain YOUR and cost For no more than:the old
: you. Of all the chemical products of style. sale by Hardware
eleven cent. nutritious Dealers generally but if not in
BITTERS is old and per more ma
an emotions, that of guilt is the worst. vicinity write the Manu

reliable remedy, your grand- i If a small quantity of the perspiration terial than boiled potatoes.Literary DDOR.your Yankee. Send Hinge"malledfree.for"Biography

mother knew it well, and I of a person suffering from feelings Digest. .

in no other form can iron- i of that kind be placad in a glass Mr. W. L. Palmer returned last

,the great strengthener-be i tube and exposed to contact with night from Juno where as assistant THE STANLEY WORKS, New Britain,Ct.

: taken so easily. Small selenic acid, it will turn pink. State attorney, he had been attendingthe

4 Circuit Court of Dade county at HYPNOTIS1I NUTSHEIXED. Greatest book
dose and take.
pleasant to
out. Tells all about this -
$100 Reward $100. He "The weather is wonderful
It won't stain teeth. Juno. says: very subject. Whatever your views are on
your The readers of this paper will be pleasant there but the mosquitoes, Hypnotism,you will find this book of great value.
Published price,SO cents. Sent free,transportation -
Reliable druggists will The Sign pleased to learn that there is at .least saud flies, Spanish flies and other pests prepaid, if you remit 25 cents for subScription -
not attempt substitute, which defend to Homes and Hearths, the ,elegant
dreaded disease that science has against no man can ,
but it is well to use eau- Ol one household monthly. Address HOMES AND
lion: Look for crossed UCnUinenCSS been able to cure in all its stages and make life a burden. The people, at HEARTHS PUBLISHING CO.,New York.
red lines; on the wra//ar
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis times, have to make a smudge by

BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE MD. the only positive cure now knownto burning insect powder, and stand or lIGH1NINA [WELL IYworhs:
iasc sT:
4 the medical fraternity. Catarrh sit in the smoke to exist. Of course AD kinds of tools.Fortune for tfie driller by using our

being a constitutional disease, requiresa they put up netting and keep them out Adntnnntineproceae lent' Artesian Pumping. :can Rier take to core.work Perfected by Steam,Econom-Air,eta.
et as help TOII TilE AMERICAN WELL ,
constitutional treatment. Hall's of the bed-rooms, but a man can't sit turora, III.* Ohl .Co. IlLi Dallaa* Tex."Mile .

Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting in his bed-room all the time. The
alludes and in
friend Snyder to; the .
residents to have become inocu-
directly the blood and mu-
they are as a rule more upon
third place, ,
cous surfaces of the system, thereby lated, but a new comer is tortured
do what hand.
willing to evercomes to
white destroying the foundation of the disease until life has no charms. One fellow
of who
There are plenty men
told me he went out to hunt his
are first-class hands and can do as and giving the patient strengthby up
building up the constitution and cow and found that the mosquitoeshad .
much as colored man, but a good
any "
killed her. Mr. Palmer
assisting nature in doing its work.
of them think they are as good
many I The proprietors have so much faith surprised to note the magic-like strides, World Loves Lover"no
which fact
1 the boss myself am
as ,
has'made since his last
concede. The in its curative powers, that they offer that country
quite willing to priv- matter how unworthy ho be,but all
visit several He what may
One Hundred Dollars for any case years ago. says
ate,may be as good a man as the cap- the world HATES a wire fence unless, it,is
seemed barren wastes then are now
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
better but the good,:AWFULLY good. This accounts for
tain, nay, even cap of fruit. Orlando
tain's orders must be obeyed. testimonials. Address, flourishing gardens the great popularity of the PAGE. Its"an-

F. J. CHENEY & Co., Reporter.The gelic features" are too numerous to mention.
think that
:Friend Synder seems to Toledo O. railroads You can't 'afford, to miss its acquaintance:,
report larger
the colored man is employed becausehe Send card. _
and Sold, by Druggists, 75c.. ments of vegetables during the past
is more easily imposed upon *. week than for one week within PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE,CO.,Adrian, Mich.
In this
made to work extra hours.
part of the country he knows his Demorest's Family Magazine for the history of the business in Florida.

rights just as well as the white man July, 1894, will be published at noon The growers have been offered induce FRUIT 'rIREES.Fox. .

does and insists them quite as on June 15th in all parts of the United ments to ship their produce, and it is .

upon States. Every unmarried man thinkshe but additional evidence of the in- SOUTHERN"ORCHARDS.
t strongly. GEO. WILKINSON. .
Federal would be a good husband; every creased business the .roads would

Point, Fla. 4 married mans knows he is the best receive if, the growers' were given Write for Catalogue and price list.

Dr.Price's Cream..Baking Powder husband i in the world, of course; and reasonable rates during the entire: JENNINGS/ NURSERY CO.,

World's Fair Highest-Medal and Diploma. ,,the man a woman loves possesses (in vegetable season.Gainesville Sun. Thorn asTllle, Oa.V .


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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONFor Defect of the Fertilizer Law. RESTRICT THE SHIPMENTS. expensive for us to give you the service, ...

One Year ................................12.00Por The FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER and it is absolutely impossible at times
Six Months........................ ..... i.oo The Question of Paramount Im to give you such service as we would wishto
la Foreign Countries 3.00 agrees heartily with State Chemist portance.Mr. or could do if you gave us the fruit in

,; ubscrip ns..in.all.casescash in Rawls in opposing the abolition of S. G. Hull, Apopka, Fla. more moderate quantities. Thus markets
advance. No discount allowed on one'sown become glutted and the price goes downto j
subscription(except in a club), but to : the present State fertilizer law, even DEAR SIR :Tours of the 4th received, where the freight and commissiontake
all agents a liberal cash commission will defects. Better stating that you had held a meeting and all the fruit sells for. When this
with its
be allowed on all subscriptions obtainedby acknowledged i had failed to organize.You state of affairs is brought about what do :
them. Write for terms. hold fast the gain we have achieved, state that the main cause of disagreement the growers do as a rute? The first

To every new subscriber we will send, few dealers suffer was article 9 of the constitu- thing they do is to curse the railroad com-
even though a may tion for the of local unions.I .
postpaid, a copy of Whitner's "Garden- government panies and commission men and swear
ing in Florida." For two new subscribers loss, than by a total abrogation of the will state for your information that that they have been robbed, when the i

at $2.00 each, we will send, law risk such an invasion of the State there has been considerable dissatisfaction fact is that if you people had pursued
postpaid, a copy of Moore's "Orange expressed with this article and I ordinary business methods as we do there
Culture." by bogus goods as Director Collier think that at the next meeting of the would have been no necessity for any

Bates of advertising on application. relates of certain Northern States in Board it will be somewhat modified or complaint, but you would have kept your
Remittances should be made by.check,' column. perhaps entirely eliminated as applied to market in good condition, the prices
postal note, mopey, order or registeredletter another the buyer. I feel certain that our Boardof would have been uniform and there
to order of I Professor Rawls says in a recent Directors is entirely competent to would have been no trouble about

FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, bulletin that he assumes that all fertilizer handle this matter and will do so to the freights or commmission. The fact of

Jacksonville, Fla. dealers use "honest materials"in entire satisfaction of our members. You the matter is that you use no business

... the manufacture of their wares. can understand readily that \it would be methods whatever; everything is done in
absolutely useless for us to attempt to an unsystematic, harum-scarum ,
NOTICE! Now kainit is "honest" enough in its way
benefits for ourselves the
secure any or and simply because you don't get good
place, rock phosphate is an "honest"product State at large if we continue to put our money for your products you see fit to
If yOU. receive a copy of this of nature, and has an un fruit into the market as we have done in blame the railroads ana commissionmen.

paper which you did not order, questionable value. But kainit with the past.I ."

consider it an invitation to sub- its thirteen per cent. of potash and will put it in this way : The rail- I think you will see the point he made,
roads might carry our product to market and it is a good one and as I
scribe. If do not want it its heavy of the useless very ; ,
you percentages free of charge the commission
men stated at the outset, the whole question
kindly hand it to a neighbor. soda and chlorine, is not sulphate of might sell it free of charge, the materialmen i hinges on the matter of glutting or not .

potash, with its 50 per cent. of potash might furnish us our boxes for I glutting our markets. '

CONTENTS. and none of the other injurious -ingre nothing and our laborers might do their I The solicitors for commission houses

dients. We will suppose that a fertilizer part of the work gratuitously and still, if will tell you that this association cannotdo
Commercial View Lemons we continue to glut our markets,the bus-
that this restriction of
is desired carrying twelve per you any good;
Legislation Against Consignment; Restriction iness would be entirely unsatisfactory.The .
on Buyers Removed; Report of This shipments is all nonsense; that it cannotbe
Riverside Fruit Exchange............... 419GX.OVB tent. of potash. proportion maybe whole cause of our trouble is that of enforced, and that if you join this
secured by using kainit as an in- glutted markets. There is no question
AND ORCHARD-Citron a Success association all sorts of ridiculous com-
Florida; Money Valuations of Fertilizers; gredient in sufficiently large amounts about this. Everybody acknowledges it will
; plications arise to embarrass
Millions Saved to Farmers............... 420 to be true. If this is the case, why you,
but this would bring into the fertilizerso
Peaches and Frost; Poultry and Peaches; should we continue to hammer at etc.Some
Resin Wash for White Fly..l...:...!. 421 large an amount of soda and chlo something else and leave alone the away very home buyers also take pleasurein
THE VINEYARD-Notes on Grape Culture; down throwing all the mud they can and
The Scuppernong........................ 421 rifle that it would be weighted thing we ought to tackle ? endeavor In every way to dissuade the
with these elements to the manifest How many people who complain about '
FARMER AND TRUCKER-Rambling Dots; from joining our unions.
Sweet Potatoes; Unfruitful Beans........ 422 injury of the farmer who may pur- the restriction of shipments got anything growers Now, I would like to ask you what all
for their last ? I know
POULTRY-Early Molting Hens; About This crop year plentyof
chase it. this means.
Mixing Business; Reducing Stock........ 423 men, and so do you, and so do they,
Do these have
OUR RURAL HOME-Poetry; Summer House- In this case kainit ceases to be an who shipped carloads of oranges for people any particularlove
keeping; Woman's Foot Growing larger; for the growers that causes them to
material. The
A Poor Man's Complaint................ 424 "honest same which they got absolutely nothing and act in this way? Do they expect to do
Chemistry of the Brain; Health and Moral- may be affirmed of rock phos- were out the amount it cost them to pick the grower any great good? If so, it is
ity; Cook Potatoes in Their Jackets...... 425 phate and other cheap and inferior and pack the fruit. It seems strange to not in evidence. The cold bare facts are
EDiroRiAiDefect of the Fertilizer Law me that a man in that situation should
Restrict the Shipments.........;......... 426' materials. They are honest enoughif object to restriction of shipments. Does these: that the buyer knows for a cer-

Markets; Auction Sales.................... 427 men only know what they are buy. he wish to continue in the same old rut tainty sociation that and if the adhere people all join our as-
to the
Weather and Crops; Picking, the LeConte.. 428 ing; but if not they are as dishonestas with the same results which obtainedlast propositions laid down manfully at the Orlando
ISCELLANEous-Whence Comes the,Mon- is when offered for ? Is he satisfied to continue to
ey?.................... ..'........ ........ 429 oleomargarine year this and for it? convention, there will be competitive
,{ *-.-. sale as butter. grow produce get nothing buyers in the field; that they will not
Weather in Jacksonville. I am not, and many growers throughoutthe have the whole
Now we have before us an affidavit thing to themselves as
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and realize that
., which furnished to Commissioner State are not, we the they have had, and while they claim
II' Q= was only in which we can ever secure
S.S. bo 0I they are in favor of the people selling at
DATE. 8 3 g S S o]M Wombwell of a brand of fertilizer sold satisfactory prices is to put only so much home, they are only so insomuch as it
j 00 I :a:;1 a 3 :a H a M 9 in Florida. It gives"available phos- upon the market each week as the marketcan applies to themselves.' They want the
- -
June 26......... 77 73 90 69 21 80 1.08June phoric acid derived from acid phos- take care of. people to sell at home, but to them, and
2].........76 80 91 72 19 82 0 06 insoluble This is a businesslike proposition. at such a price as they see fit to give.
.juness......... 75' 80 90 71 19 80 0.10 phate, 7 to 8 per cent; have been acting like a set of boys ; we
une 29......... 80 82 91 72 19 82 0.00 phosphoric acid derived from bone 2 have had no business methods ; every- This association wants people to sell at
uneso........ 77 79 88 72 16 80 0.00 home, but to have buyers
.... to cent. Now, note that all thing has been hap-hazard, every man proposes t
July I. 79 73 83 72 ii 78 0.48 3 per I
in the field that there will be
July 2........... 76 79 86 71 15 78 0.74 the insoluble acid is represented to be for himself.At enough so
- the Orlando convention it decided some competition for our fruit. The
Mean...... '2.46 derived from bone and alL the soluble to change this order of things was and- sell-at-home people wish you to let it

*Total rainfall. from acid phosphate (rock). It we hoped that we might in the future hang on the trees until it rota if you

T-Trace. requires only a superficial knowl- act like sensible business men. cannot sell at home.

E. R..DEMAIN. .. Observer. edge of chemistry to enable one The traffic manager of one of our leading We say to our members, sell at homeif
railroads made this point when I you can get a satisfactory price. If
that the above is was
The real estate men say this is the to see not a talking with him about the exorbitantrates not, ship to the accredited agents of this

best summer they have ever known, candid, straightforward statement, they charged us on our fruit, and I association who are thoroughly reliable
and some of them'have been forced to because each of these materials con- think the point was well taken. This and honest houses and under bond.

forego their usual summer vacation by tains some of both elements. conversation took place about a month or You say they object to restriction.

the of business.Tampa Times. And it is not straightforward, further, six weeks ago. Said he: "What is the What man of them is there in business
press because no information is given as to market price of fruit to-day? You knowit who does not have to work under restric-
ranges from $3 to $4. Now," said he, tion every day of his life? If a man is
Mr. C. E. Reed of the Bartow Tube what proportion of rock phosphate is "do you hear anybody grumbling about married he agreed to certain restrictions '

Well Works, has practically solved the used, and what of bone. For aughtone the exorbitant transportation charges or I I. when he took the marital vows. If a man

problem of draining the water cheaply can tell there may be just enough the high commisions paid for selling at is in business he is restricted in every

from the small muck ponds. His first bone used to enable, the maker of the this time? Certainly not. The shippersare way; he voluntarily restricts himself for
that he did all perfectly satisfied, as they are getting his own interest. In his purchases of
experiment was made for Mr. T. L. affidavit to swear use bone.
a good thing out of their fruit, and stock he restrrcta himself to such an
Hughes in the large pond on the farm Now, the statute ought to be so when they do they are willing that the amount as he feels confident he can sell. ,

'in this city. He put down a three- amended as to compel the manufacturer i railroads should at least have enoughout It would be just as foolish for a merchantto

inch well fifty-seven feet deep, at not only to name all the ingredients of it to pay their running expenses. buy four times as much as he wantedof

which depth he struck an undergroundstream. which enter into the compositionof Now," said he, "why should not these any commodity as it .is for us to ship
good markets continue all through the four times what the people in the Northern -
The in the but the proportion of
water two
a day or ,
is markets Even with
season or one which fairly good ? can consume. an
was drained off the entire surface, thus each which is employed. The simple reason why it is not so is imperishable article he would only buy

reclaiming a large area of fertile lands. merely because you growers begin to such an amount as he thought he could

Since this successful trial Mr.\ Milam The Quincy Herald mentions the pour in your fruit without any intelligent dispose of,while we,with an exceedingly

has had the small pond on his land in shipment of a car of Florida syrup to methods or without reference to the perishable product, are forcing on the
demands of the market. You furnishit market every day much more than it can
of drained in Savannah. If this article be
the eastern part town can keptin to the railroad companies in such consume.

the same way. Bartow Courier- shipping condition up to July i, quantities that is almost impossible for We will assume, if you like, that this

Informant there ought to be.a trade created for it. us to handle it and make it much more i association is still in the experimental

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. even if it were, it seems very strange to ]Jteljets. FERTILIZERSCHAPMAN
: me that the growers are not willing to invest -

L, the small sum of one dollar, even if
it is an experiment, to try to better their Fruit Exchange Bulletin.

} condition, and they would do so,in many Jacksonville, June 30.--Since issuing & SUDLOW
r: cases were it; not for the talk'. of these Bulletin No. 10 on yesterday, we have ad- .
! home buyers'and commission solicitors.I vices from railway officials here to the .: r
have nothing to say against the legiti- effect that in consequence of labor strikesin JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
mate home buyer.Iany' of them are the West and Northwest, all shipmentsof Manufacturers of
broa -mindedf men with' liberal views. pines and other perishables would be HIGH: GRADE F EJ TILIZEI .

They have joined our association, they received subject to possible delays, via all
believe the restriction of shipments will Ground and Steamed Bone a Specialty. Caustic Soda and Flower of Sulphur Al-
rail.We ways on Hand. Every Kind of Haw material at Current Hates. _
give them a better market; they say that at once telegraphed this informa- -Send for Pamphlet on-
they,are willing for competitors to enter tion to Mr. T. V. Moore, Secretary In- ORANGE TREE, PINEAPPLE AND VEGETABLE FERTILIZERS.
t the field with them for our produce, and dian River Pineapple Growers' Associa-
they realize the fact that if they have to tion, requesting him to notify the grow-
pay a high price here for it the same conditions -
will prevail in the Northern mar- ers.We also decided to issue this special BHRNETT BROS.
kets, and higher prices will be obtained bulletin so that each grower would be BARNETT ,

there. In fact, buyers, as a rule, claim fully advised. Owing to the fact that BROS. 159 South Water St., Chicago,
they always make the'most money when the East is practically the only point open
they'pay a high price for their fruit. and that outlet is liable to be closed be- FRUITS DEALERS IN FRUITS.. .,
This association was gotten up and cause of similar troubles extending East-
We solicit of Fruits and .
respectfully shipments Vegetables.We
t launched for the benefit of the growers. ward. Consequently it is now dangerous CHICA6&-! ofORANGES
are now making a specialty
t ... If it cannot benefit them, certainly noth- I to continue shipments as we will be
ing can. Our condition is deplorable; it I forced to ship entirely by steamer if rail '
could hardly be worse. Then why should lines are closed and some pines are too ,
not the to a man come togetherand
growers ripe for steamer shipment.
and Invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects.
agree with their neighbors to try to Furthermore our latest advices show
i better it? And I say to you seriouslythat that prices are ruling low in the East.
the man who stands outside of this Respectfully, We want reliable agents at all principal shipping points. ,

organization and jeers at our efforts and A. M. IVES,
tries to belittle them is taking upon General Manager. References, by permission-National Shoe and Leather Bank, New York,
himself a very heavy responsibility. the Yolusia County Bank, DeLand, Fla., and the Commercial Loan and Trust Co.Ho.w .

We- assured from inside
are sources
Will & Jones.
that'the transportation companies recog-
nize our strength and are even now arranging Buffalo, .Jnly 2.-owing to heavy receipts -
to give us quite a reductionon of California oranges, there is little to Sell Pineapples.THE

existing rates. Does any roasonable : oranges, and prices some easier, .
man suppose they will do this or would I sales of Messina at 3.50 to 4.50 box. Cal-
have contemplated any reduction had it ifornia Mediterranean Sweets 3.50 to 4.50;
not been for this association? And I California Seedlings 3.00 to 4.00. Lem-
say to those on the outside who refuse to ons some easier, selling 3.00 to 5.50 per
stand with their neighbors and get the box; with continued hot weather we
1= benefit of the reduction, that if they do predict higher prices. Pineapples 5.00. Are offering splendid inducements to

not get it the fault is theirs, to 12.00 per hundred. Potatoes having PINEAPPLE SHIPPERS.We .
and theirs alone. The transportation been losing speculators much ,
money are prepared to make liberal advances on shipments of pines. Also in position to sell
companies are watching us closely andif and the market depressed, at this writing over-ripe stock here or refrigerate at slight expense and guarantee arrival in perfect condition
they find us weakening at any point it selling 1.50 to 2.50 per barrel. Cabbagein East or West. *-
stands to reason we will get no conces- brisk demand at 1.00 to 1.50 per crate. Write to US, We Can fielp You
sions; but if, on the other hand, we gainin Egg plant dull. California peaches 85 to ,
We are now handling Oranges Peaches, Potatoes,both new and sweet.Tomatoes and Pineap
strength or even hold our own, we are 1.25 per box. Plums Hative 1.25 to 1.35;
ples. Remain all summer, to handle Grapes and Melons. QUICK
bound to get these concessions. Peach plum 1.40 to 1.50; Tragedy 2.25 to Tj IOS. 1*. TOWflS, President.
Urge your people to come in and give 2.50. Apricots 90c to 1.25. Apples 1.25
this association a fair trial. Do not judge I 1.50 per box.

tion hastily clause or prematurely.is too severe. in If some the sections restric- 'I Queen City Fruit-Auction Comp'y. Orange and Lemon Trees at Half PriceFor

rest assured the Board have the good ,
Buffalo July 2.-Report sales by auc-
; sense to remedy it. Come in, join the ,
association and give us support. It tion on our market for the past week: the balance of the season we offer our stock at just half price.
your California Mediterranean Sweets 1.35 to The money in oranges lies growing fancy kinds,such as Washington Navel, Tangerines,
does not follow that because a man sub- 2.35; St. Michaels 1.55 to 2.45; Bloods Tardiff,Ruby Bloods, Lemons and Grape Fruit,and we've got 'em." .
s scribes to the constitution and by-laws Send for c* *
2.45. Lemons 1.50 to 3.25 much waste "c'W.
he is forever bound to support the asso- W. HAWKINS SONS,
stock. Pineapples 3} to 3!. Tomatoes ,
ciation. If he finds at time that the
any Georgetown, Fla.
75 to 1.15 Mississippi crate. Potatoes
personal sacrifice is than he"can
1.10 to 2.50 barrel. California
per peaches
bear the privilege is always to him
open 65 to 1.25. Plums 85 to 2.00. Apricots .
to withdraw.
80 to 1.15. Cherries wasty 18 to 35. Ba- FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
j I wish you would call your people to- nanas 35 to 1.00 per bunch.Pineapple .
gether and read them this letter, as I fear
they do not understand the gravity of .
the situation. Simply because they havea Prices. An Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for marketing Florida Fruit to the
short crop this year is no reason why New York.-Sgobel & Day say: We best advantage.-AUTHORIZED CAPITAL$300.(0))
they should not come in. We may havea have sold 1,000 crates of Florida pineap- order.BOX Write MATERIAL for price list-The and Exchange terms. is fully prepared to supply boxes and paper on

very heavy crop next year and by that ples, according to report under Messrs. -:OFFICERS :-
time"we will have the of Brown & Seccomb's heading but the '
bearings our GEO. R.FAIRBANKS,..President. D. GREENLEAF, Vice-President.
machinery all worn down in good work- prices have been unsatisfactory, owing to ALBERT}I..IV S.Gen'l Mgr.and Treas. M. P. TURNER Secretary.
ing order and when the heavy work the poor condition in which the fruit ar DIRECTORS Geo. R. Fairbanks,Alachua Co.; E.G.Hills Bradford?o.; Dr. E..E. Pratt
John Lake Co. Crutcher, Co. D. Greenieaf. Duval
Hillsboro Co.; Fabyan ; Hy Orange ; Co.;
comes on us we will have no hot boxes. rived. B. M. Baer. Duval CO.L A. Brady, Brevard Co.; F. Sampson, Marion Co.; C.V.Hillyer,
My private opinion is that there is goingto June 28.-500 crates of Florida pineapples Marion Co.; John M. Bryan:Osceola Co.; W. E. Stanton, Putnam Co.; M. S.Moreman St.
be a very good crop, as I have reports : Queens, 5c; Porto Rico, 8! to 15c; Johns Co.; C. F. A. Bielby, Volusia Co.; Irving Keck Polk Co. '
Addressall to the Florida Fruit Exchange,Jacksonville,Fla Stencils
from'many sections that there is a heavy Strawberry,2 to 9c; Red Spanish, i to 8c. with full packing correspondence and shipping instructions furnished on application. ,

June bloom. Coming as early as it doesI June 30...-:.Queens, 4jc! ; Strawberry, 2J
think it will cut considerable of a fig- to 7c; Red :Spanish: a* to lOco Also 55 .
ure. It has happened in the past and boxes of oranges at 2.75 to 4.62J. Auction Company sold four cars of Flor- Md. but largely green and specked and

may again that the cry of short crop was P. Ruhlman & Co. say: This has been ida pines; crates,30 to 90s, 4J to Sic| each; dragging at low and irregular prices.
altogether too previous. We may not another disastrous week in pineapples. half crates, 24 to 40s, 4| to 8lc each. Plums-Wild Goose plums generallypoor
have as enormous a crop as last year, but Receipts by steamer from Havana about Chicago.-Florida stock,4.00 to 5.00 per and working out slowly at low fig-
from information from many sections I 9,400 barrels. We had 596 barrels on crate. ures.
think it will be fully up to that of '92 Monday's steamer, the Yumuri, which St. Louis.-Florida pineapples in good Grapes-Small lots arrive from Florida
and '93.Hoping. were fairly cooked; were compelled to supply and demand, and the movementwas and meet a good demand when choice

to hear from you soon, I am sell 129 barrels at 50c per barrel, which is large at 6.00 to 6.50 per case of 60s to but poor neglected.MelonsReceipts.
Yours truly, 30c less than freight. It seems to,be folly -.90s in lots, and 1.25 to 1.75 per dozen in a of watermelons for
M. E. GILLETT, to ship pines to this country after the : small way. the week 103 cars against 59 -cars last
Gen. Man., F. F. & V. G. A. let of June, as it results in losses to all week. Demand has been better and .

Ocala, Fla. concerned, except the carriers. New York Markets. and market firm for fancy with prices
Dr. Price's Cream Baking PowderWorld' Florida pines arrived in very fair order, showing an advance. :Muskmelons neg-
and sold at 7 to lie, which leaves a nice New York, July 2.-Pears-The few lected unless fancy, latter being in good
Falr'Hlghest Award. margin for the shipper. Florida LeContes arriving keep cleanedup demand.

WANTHD-A purchaser for 2,500 Thrifty:Year- Hart's late are still coming forward,and closely at full figures.,only a few odd Pears, Fla. LeConte, per carrier 1.75. to
Pear Trees, 3' to 8 feet atX35.00 sell at 4.00 to 4.50, as to size and quality. packages received from Georgia as yet. 2.25; Plums, S. C. Wild Goose, per \ car-

t, Xl-lo-tf per 1,000. B. W. Partridge, Monticello,Fla. Cincinnati, June: 22.The F. &C. Fruit Feaches in fair supply from Del. and (Conitinued on page 430)). ,


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WEATHER! AND CROPS, cracks.-It often costs more to pre-

for repainting that has been painted in the first .
For Week Ending July 2.
place cheap ready-mixed paints, than would to have
The in for the ,
week averaged deficiency about temperature two degrees for the painted it twice with strictly pure white lead, ground in pure linseed oil,

State. There was a slight deficiency in

all parts except the extreme western por- Pure White Leadforms
tion where the average was slightly Strictly
above normal.

The ,rainfall averaged much above deCided a permanent base for repainting and never has to be burned or
normal for the State but there was a -
deficiency in the extreme western scraped off on account of scaling or cracking. It is always smooth

and southern portions.The and clean. To be sure of getting strictly pure white lead, purchaseany
rains occurred mostly as local of the brands SHORTEST
showers accompanied by thunder storms following : QUICKEST

and the measured amounts reported "ANCHOR" (Cincinnati). "RED SEAL" (St. Louis). ,
ranged from .20 of an inch at Key Westto "ECKSTEIN (Cincinnati). < KENTUCKY (Louisville).
8.15 inches at Myers, Lee Co. Slight "SOUTHERN "(St.Louis and Chicago). "ATLANTIC" (New York). MOST ATTRACTIVE
damage from wind and heavy rains are COLLIER (St. Louis). JEWETT (New York).

reported in a few localities, but on the FOR COLORS.-National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors, a one-pound can to e
whole the week favorable one 35-pound keg of Lead,and mix your own paints Saves time and annoyance in matching shades..
was a
and insures the best paint that it is possible to put on wood.
for vegetation. Crop prospects are much Send us a postal card and get our book on paints and color-card, free; it will probably
improved and many correspondentsspeak save you a good many dollars.

of the great change for the whichare betterin 99.101.::j;;BroadWarehouse,ashvme. NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
the aDoearance of orange trees
still.booming.in some sections. The FLORIDA POINTS

young fruit is reported to be growing ly have improved very much. The corn because they are at present veritable
rapidly and the trees arc putting on new crop is very poor in most sections and cook holes and ruin much of the fruit. AND THE NORTHTHE

growth. There is no complaint of the the farmers are endeavoring to make up Ship all your fruit to us by all-rail,

curling and dropping of leaves in groves.. for the deficiency by planting a larger through freight., and send bill lading

Western District.-In the western acreage in sweet potatoesfor: which work every time, so we can have it in hand,

counties, the.week. especially the latter the weather has been very favorable. in advance, to look after the prompt de- FLORIDA CENTRAL AND
Highest, 93 lowest, 70; mean, 80 normal here.
part of it, was warm and dry. A few ; ; livery
scattered showers fell in the extreme 83; average rainfall, 3.52; normal, ..0.98.E. Redfield & Son.

western portion in the early part of the R. Demain, Director. Philadelphia. + PENINSULARVIA +

week, but they were generally insuffi- Jacksonville Fla., July 3, 1894. H
cient for the needs of vegetation. At .4 "Christian Endeavor" Excursion.The .

Pensacola the temperature reached 101 Picking the LeConte. Young People's Society of Chris- LAKE CITY MACON ATLANTATO

on June 30th, being the highest ever recorded Editor Farmer and uit-Grower: tian Endeavor meeting at Cleveland.The I
by the Weather Bureau in June F. C. & P. and R. & D. the official
there. All 'crops are suffering; corn If LeConte pears are left on the tree; route. Rates open to all.
will be short, and at present prospectsare until they conmence to mellow, they will The delightful route of the F. C. & P. Nashville, St. Louis and ChicagoWith

poor for sweet potatoes; figs are be- then seldom carry far in good conditionsevery and R. & D. having been officially adopted but one change of sleepers, connects
ginning to ripen; pears are small and pear that is the least mellow when by the Transportation Committee of also at Atlanta for NEW YORK and KANSAS

will be later than usual. In the central packed for shipment will generally arrive the Y. P. S. C. E., they have made ar- has CITY.nearly The 700 Florida miles of Central track,running and Peninsular through
counties of the district the conditions rotten at the distant market; and rangements with these roads by which the

were more favorable and in the eastern everyone that is near enough ripe to the excursion party can most fully enjoy Tobacco Regions,
counties the rainfall was much above the "give" under pressure of the thumb, will the advantages of the trip by this route. Stock- Peacn Farming and and StrawbeM"JILand8"Dairy Section,

average. Crops in this section are reported arrive too soft to command within prob- I,The train will leave the Florida Central Orange, Banana and Pineapple.Country. ,
to be doing well. A heavy thunder ably 30 per cent of what would have been i & Peninsular depot at Jacksonville at Phosphate Belt.

storm, with high wind, at Moseley its value if it arrived firm and solid, as :.4:30 p. m. of July 9th, arriving at Colum- Has the Other Silver fine Spring Scenery and

Hall, Madison Co., lasting from 10 p. m. it would if picked earlier and properly bia, S. C., at 3:20: a. m., and Asheville The Great Hunting Country.
till midnight on the 29th, blowing down packed and shipped. Therefore, it is of 9:20: a. m. Here a stop-over has been arranged Reaches the Noted Fishing Ground.. .
corn and cotton, prostrated trees, dam- the utmost importance ,to pick the Le until 4:08: p. m., to enable the ex- Has the best lands for tillage, greatest variety -
of soils in the State, and above all
Conte before the ripening
aged houses, etc. Highest temperature, pear process cursionists to view the far-famed sceneryof
101; lowest, 71; mean, 82; normal, 81; has set in; it should be fully grown, but this locality. At 4:08 p. m. the start Runs Where over It Is the High Central and Healthy.RIdgreland
average rainfall, 1.90; normal, 1.38. not yet the least mellow the fruit growsto will be made from Asheville, with a day-
Prosperous towns fill its route and it offers
its natural size first then
Northern District.-Decided excess in comes a light run through the magnificent scenery; the best freight facilities for any produce to
rainfall slight change in its green color, preparatory of the French Broad, Paint Rock, etc., the Northern markets. Send for the popularsong ,
temperature averaged
three below to the ripening process, and then is Knoxville, by the E. T., V & G., is -
degrees normal Nassau
the time to gather and ship it before the "MY FLORIDA HOME."
where the has been reached at 8:00 p. m., and Cincinnati the
very ripening process sets in to weaken its with its words
'next morning at 7:20 by the Queen & spirited and beautiful music
severe, reports good showers this week, condition for the trying ordeal of sum- Crescent and Cleveland at 4:20 the descriptive of an actual Florida Home, and
and a great improvement in vegetation : by which is gotten in elegant style-Six
; mer transit. If the is gathered up pagesof ..
]pear? Four.
late corn sweet and full sized best music containing also
potatoes peas now
well while quite hard, it will then only par- The ride up the French Broad from a picture of a home in Florida and a hunting
looking very ; early crops were light. tially ripen up in transit, so as to arrive Asheville to Hot is scene. It is mailed on receipt of 10 cents (in
The rains of the last two weeks have already firm and sound,and nearly enough ripe Springs acknowledgedto stamps,to pay expense of distribution.))
caused a decided improvement in be the finest in America. Send also for the best map of Florida(sent
for the trade to handle; it will ripen free and the -
up Returning trains leave Cleveland daily ) note towns on its route.
the appearance of orange groves and field afterwards upon the retailers' hands as A.o.MAoDONELL,G.P.A.Jacksonville .,
by Big Four at 8:00 Cincinnati 8:00p.
: a. m.
crops in all parts of the district. It is : Fla.
Wanted to be
so as rightly
thought a fine crop of sweet potatoes is m., Knoxville, 8:15: a. m., with a day- -
week after it is
or more shipped and
now assured. A severe wind storm dam- then it meets the best demand and, full light run over the Tennessee mountains The Florida Central &
Asheville is reached at 2:15
aged crops considerably parts Alachua, p.
it is
price-as so often very far from do-
and Columbia counties in the early morning ,when it arrives soft and where again an opportunity until 7.00p. :
of the 30th. ,Highest temperature,93 ing pithy.It m. is afforded to take in the scenery. Peninsular R. R. Co.
; is imperative to the LeConte pear's
Tickets will be sale
8th 9th
lowest, 69; mean, 79; normal, 82 July ,
; average value in the Northern market to hand Offers to Shippers
and 10th, good to return until July 31st
rainfall 2.92 inches normal rainfall ,
; ,1.42. pick it while hard ; to not bruise it ; to and parties who desire to make
a longer The Shortest and
Central Districts-Thunderstorms and Quickest Route
pack it closely and tightly in well venti-
stay may have their tickets extended to
heavy local showers were general throughout lated barrels and to ship it in well venti- BETWEEN
15th the Union
September by applying to
the district, occurring: at some, placeson
lated cars by all-rail fast freiO'ht.
Ticket Cleveland. FLORIDA AND ALL
every day'of the week. The temper barrels Agent, POINTS,IN
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If packed tightly in the they
This opportunity to visit the "land of
ature averaged about below THE EAST AND .
one degree WEST.
normal. The weather most favorablefor will.. not.. scarify by. rattling. .about. in tran-- the sky" is not confined to the Endeavors. -
was sit-tne pressue is tar less injurious than With Improved Ventilated Cars,this com-
public avail themselves of
crops of all kinds. Potatoes, late the loose about. pany is better equipped than ever ever to
and shaking these rates and ,conditions. The round handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops,and
corn, cane peas promise good crops; The barrels need to be slit
frequently trip rates from Jacksonville to Cleveland insure close connections and prompt despatch
orange groves are improving rapidly; all around and both heads bored full of and return will be $28.10. Correspond- I to all Eastern and Western Markets. -

planting of sweet potatoes continues; or- auger holes, for complete vent. ingly low rates are given from all prin- Through cars to destination with-

ange trees: still blooming? ; guava: crop It pays also to grade the pears into cipal points on the F. C. & P. and on the out change or delay.
bananas well
good' ; ,fruiting ; young oranges two or three sizes.: Small pears among East Coast Line and J., T. & K. W., and Perishable freight followed by wire and
growing rapidly; pastures in places large ones in the same package will detract other shippers advised time passing various Junc
excellent, and stock in good condition connecting lines. tion points and arrival at destination.All .
; from the
Irish have done! well materially salability and Be careful to ask for your tickets by claims for overcharges and loss promptly -
potatoes generally. the price. The ,smaller size would sell the F. C. & P. and R. & D., the official justed. -
, Preparations being for a large acre- far better by themselves, because uni- route. See that your goods are marked

age of tomatoes. Highest temperature,_ formity in size is a great desideratum, for Sleeping car space and other informa- via F. C. & P. R. R. -
95 lowest, 67; mean, 80; normal 81 average
; ; the good that
reason one .
very buyer
rainfall 2.72 normal tion can be had by applying to the For information call on or address the.un-
; wants large sizes and another -
wants to Transportation Manager, Mr. H. C. Cald- dersigned:
Southern District:-In the interior, buy'the smaller sizes-which is true with well 28 Ocean street Jacksonville C. E. TAYLOR, Trav.A'gt Ocala Pla.
or W. B. TUCKER, Gen. 't
Orlando, Fla.
occurred A'g't
showers on every day of the all fruits, etc. through the ticket agents of the F. C. &;' G. M. HOLDEN,Trav. $t, Leesburg JT*.
week, and the rainfall was excessive ex- And finally as to shipping: Please P., or A. 0. MACDONELL, W.R. FULLER Trav.A' :t, Tampa! Jfci.
cept in the extreme southern' portion. avoid shipping us fruit by the ocean Gen.Pass. Agent F. C., & P., OrN.S. PBNNINGTON. ,Traffic ManiVer.

Pineapples, trees and vegetation general- steamers,'not because they'are boats, but Jacksonville,June 22, 1894. W, H. PLEA8ANT3, General Jacksonville Freight,Fla.Aft..

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those soils which already contain more or less In a letter to THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER ,
phone acid, for the non-phosphatic soils of past i ;f'r Julius Schnadelbach, Grand Bay, Alabama;
and and North Louisiana Florida Georgia Alabama, Mississippi 3 ; writes: I

o-0" ., d :.,. I will give what I think the best mixture I have
In the processes of nature phosphoric acid is i ;' ; i %c4+, ever used-800 pounds of soft phosphate, 600 of
.specifically determined to the' seed. Hence the ,. : ... :'. :{; kainit 400 cottonseed meal and 200 of copperas or
vital;importance of phosphatic -manures. for the rt ,i'.r:.,,, '. r: ...,;,.:.i,;.r.- sulphate of iron. 'This, applied at the rate of 1,500 .
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perfecting of grain crops and seed fruits. '; : :.f; j acre, give good results.
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high'authorities: .LCS'' .': .. :' ri. Qffer this fertilizer-pure,and unadulterated-
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"Next month this company will send solid train* i"1',c'' f r ,.it, "tr...-. ; ; : r; simply dried ground and sacked-at their works
loads of phosphate to Virginia to supply that State s jy, u + r',;ran; si ;?r ...'.,;y,,!;:. at Belleview, Fla., on the F. C. & P. R. R., at .
for the coming crop of corn"-"Florida," for CIv; i n f ,
May. $5.00 PER TON
Capt Thos.:u. Richards,the pioneer and most
extensive pineapple i grower on Indian River, in ii: ; ,r 1,.' ,sr. hi} r! .rrt Carlo .
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that this insoluble soft phosphate, as it is called, is t ,' 1t" ;; 'J''r-, : .' r''"' + f tiY I .
soluble to the plant but not to water.: Used side $6.O PER TON
by side with'acid phosphate, there is a marked t4 ., Y,.
difference in the yield of fruit, that is the pine t7i; ''rLr ',,Ar.1..1:.i 1 {'r,. Yf g r ,. In smaller lots.
i apple. The soft phosphate I have used is t ..i i %; .+r1'j.. t F r t.t is 1 r .
the Belleyiew phosphate. Others may be as good. TERMS :CASH WITH ORDERS.C. ,
I used one other brand, but like the Belleview
,} best." 4 f', 1 B.SMITH, General Manager,
w f Jacksonville, Fla. '

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]VIiSCEIISIl.eous. I that In money as it goes. taking any steps to retain that moneyat j for l leather_ then go just down' 'the'

the first place all of our big home. road a little way to where the shoemaker
I farms and many of the smaller ones I
Even factories lived who would
our cotton are com- put you up a
Whence Comes the Money? are worked by mules from a distance.We pelled to establish offices in New pair of shoes good for ten months

Editor( Farmer and Fruit-Grower. can grow a very fair crop of mulesif York City in order to sell their-next steady wear. In these days of tan

\ we will right here at home and cut door neighbors. With produce rot-; shoes it does seem that our oldfashioned -
We know where the off that
money goes expense. Our implementsare tening in the fields we send a thousand red leather would come into
but the most astonishing thing is- made for us by whom
men we
miles fashion in.
for our canned goods, .ag We get our shoes,
where it all come from ? To never and will
me saw never see even
; while and beans also
our own vegetables' are occa- our culture, from
it is an unsolvable'' problem, and yet I our hoe handles, axe handles and plow
sionally dumped into the bay. Even Boston now, and we' have to pay for
I know that we pay the cash. 'When stocks are from abroad although nature : .
dead them.
our are buried in coffins from Why not have a tanyard at
we want anything we send for it and has with abundanceof '
I supplied, us beyond the Ohio, at several times the Jacksonville Baldwin ?
if we haven't the cash we go in debt. suitable material.Of .
It is difficult to call to mind { necessary expense, while in every. Where ;does the money come'from?
of that, anything course, the man who makes the town we used to have a jovial, good- It is 'said that the American peoplepay

importance we do not have to cotton cannot make many of the arti- natured old coffin maker. one hundred million of dollars
send off for
; may be a few cles to be used but those
necessary used
to have a deep-chested, annually in traveling and frolicking
things to enumerate them
has to and a things could be made in the countyor brawny-armed fellow at .each cross- in Europe, hence the loss of our gold.,
stop study right hard for
quite a while. the State and thus keep; part of road, who mended the plows, tired And 'is it not possible that'the tremendous .

the money in the neighborhood. The the wagons,. shod the horses, tinkered expense incurred by our people'
We have but one great source of old story of our smoke-houses and with the '
I guns, and was nearly always "going North for ,the summer" is the

revenue to the South and that is cot.I corn cribs at long range may have a good citizen ; but he is dead, now, principal: cause'of financial depression

ton. It sells for about $250,000,000 I become stale, but it is' still a matter of and instead of having old tools in' Florida? The Northern tourist

E and if we could get' that"in cash we,, profound interest. So we have heard mended we buy new ones. I I adds but little' to our wealth. The

would become so rich that we would 1, the decalogue ever since we were boys :But where does the money come great hotels are nearly altogether independent .

have a hard time in getting to heaven, yet it is still necessary to'have it read from ? We don't sell much produce' of our Florida products.All .

but how much of that do we get in for warning and instruction once in a besides cotton,,and ,that is so cheap their help, all their rations, even

hand? Not enough to pay our pro while. Then, what a vast sum we that the more we sell the poorer we such things as chickens, turkeys, but-

portion of the pensions due the men send away every year for life and fire ,,get. There was a time .when .a tan- ter, eggs, etc., are imported. We,do :

who thrashed us. It'costs big moneyto insurance! It amounts to mill., .
many yard dispensed its doubtful odor,over furnish oranges, but: I'll bet .a-dollar

make a crop of cotton and we are ions each year, yet in only,a few citiesof every neighborhood,. and if you killed ,and a half that the lemons come across*

not thrifty enough to catch any of our Southland'are_ our capitalists a beef, you could swap off the hide the ocean Very likely the sweet poi -

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4 tatoes used in these hotels come from and 700 various; at Henderson street'Mdand SULPHUR.

New Jersey. Now, when our peoplego Del. train,8,544 packages ,including: We always have in stock the Purest [MONEY TO LOAN t same. to to ibtooo snit,,from for a ,
North they carry nothing but the 2,053 onions, 4,639 beans and 852 various. "Flour" at lowest prices. Cottonseed earl, at 8 per cent. interest, No payment of any kind
Old Dominion required until application for loan hu.been.aranteo1.
cash, and return empty-handed. line 45,000 packages including Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Ground Tobacco (s3CURITYREQUIRED. Real estate,houses,(tore*,itoeki, .
: 16,250 beans, 18,000 cucumbers ponds,jewelry household goods furniture merchandise,
We ,Stems, Pure Ground Bone, Canada Hard- ,
have settled down into a sort of and 6.900 hones cattle IiTestockfarmingimplementsand machinery
tomatoes: Savannah Line; 25-, wood Ashes, Blood and Bone, Land I of all kind< *,or any other property,rtalorpenonal,of valut;
fatalism that 000 or a note endorsed by person worth amount of money borrowed
believing things are just packages mostly tomatoes and cu-
Plaster, Acid Phosphate, and all Fertilizer ,will be accepted U security. Don't*uitat.to vritt
obliged to be so, and so they are. We cumbers.moderate Clyde line has also brought a Materials and Chemicals always in 1 land LOAN uk CO.for,a Tenth Loan.and Address Walnut, MUTUAL Street,Phltadel SAVINGS his AND.Pa.'

have a: perfect, mania for buying. quantity of vegetables. stock. Also Caustic Soda, Rosin, Fish
Imports for the week 9,692 bags Egyp- Oil etc.
Every fourth citizen is the lawful ,
tion onions last
; week, 2,484 bags .Egyp-
Part of
our success is due to the fact
of the book
prey who tian.

along, while the other agent three are comes cap-' Onions-The heavy arrivals of Egyptian that goods we and carry make only prompt the best shipments quality at of W. L.> DOUGLAS

tured by some new device in polish or have weakened the market and pricesare lower prices than ever have been had in ISTHE BEST.

clothes cleaning, or some other gim- much lower. Southern potato onionsare this city. $3 SHOE NO SQUEAKING.
irregular in quality and value choice
; We solicit further favors and
crack. We i your $5. CORDOVAN
are spending $50,000 -
per about steady at the decline. i -- ,
Egyptian, orders, assuring you it will be our purpose FRENCH&ENAMELLEDCALF::
annum on bicycles and noth-
getting bag 1.50.Squash.
to merit confidence by strict $4s3s9 ANECAlf&1 ing back for the outlay; not having a in fair supply and demand good | attention to your your wants. 4,3.5oPOLICE,3So s.

,decent road for our cycling in the for 1.50.choice. Southern Marrow, bbl. 1.25 to Yours truly, $1)50.$2.WORKINGMtu

:Now, fellow citizens, in these dry market weak and receipts.declining.are increasingand Friday "THE FERTILIZER HOUSE OF FLORIDA," '' $2 ll.??BOYSSCHOOLSHOES.

times would it not be well for usBto Florida had a few sales at 46 to 60c, but Jacksonville, Fla. LADIES

economise just a little? When we most lots were refused by -receivers and For Headache-.r and IndigestionUse ; 3ZBEsrvON6ola>

consider that in all the borders of our will be sold by transportation company Horsford's!! Acid Phosphate, '' SEND FOR CATALOGUE .
toward freight account. A few of the .
fair State almost A prominent physician of Buffalo N. .. WLDOUGLAS,
every crop-except best sold ,
at 1.25 but 50c to 1.00 ,'
the crop of notaries public, which is was the general Maryland and Y., Bays of it: "I have severe headache, '" : : BROCKTON' MASS.
range. and it relieves them. I fond of You can save money by wearing the
am the
increasing cut off by the cold and Delaware ranged from 1.00 to 1.75,latter pleasures of the table and W. L. Douglas 83.OO Shoe.
drouth, had we not better, drive a extreme and a few fancy Jersey carriers of as a conse- Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
being almost as much, but Jersey boxes quence my indulgence there, I have to this grade of shoes In the world,and guarantee their
horse shoe nail through our pocketbook seldom exceed 1.00 to 1.25 with pay the penalty. It divides the penalty value by stamping the name and price on the
and flatten the other end ?" I Norfolk with me. Indeed, it is an indispensablearticle bottom,which protect you against high prices and
Acme 1.00 to 1.25 and "puffs" about 75c the middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custom
think so. TOM SAWYER. per crate. to me. work In style, easy fitting and wearing,qualities.
We have them sold everywhere lower
Egg plant, Fla., bbl, 2.00 to 4.00 Green, Confederate Veterans' value given than any other make. Take prlce.torthe no sub
(Contnued from page 427)). Corn, N. C., per 100, 25 to 75c. Cucumbers Re-Union 11 stitute. If your dealer cannot supply you,we can.
Sav., crate 25 to 35c. at Pensacola.For .
Tier 60c to 75
; Niagara, per I .
241b case, 1.50 to 3.00;;Champion,per 24lb Confederate Veterans ReUnion -
case. 1.00 to 2.00; Muskmelons Fla., per The 'Fertilizer Question Again. at Pensacola, agents named below

bbl crate, 1.00 to 2.00; basket, 50c to 1.00; As the season for the summer use of may sell tickets, form x-31,at rates quoted .

Chas'n per bbl., 1.50 to 2.50: Chas'n, per fertilizers is near at hand, we beg to say for the round trip, iron-clad conditions .
basket, 75 to 1.25; Watermelons, Fla. and we have just received a new supply required. Agents of the Orlando Division -
Ga., fancy per 100,26.00 to 30.00; fair to of the celebrated H. J. Baker & will sell by train No. 18, July 15th.
Bro's. Complete Manures.\ Cedar,Key Division by train No. 16
good, per 100, 18.00 to 24.00; small per July Jacksonville Key West Kail
100,12.00 to 15.00; Fla.''and Ga., per car It is now an undisputed fact that you 15th. Points between Tampa and Baldwin The Florida Tampa Southern Railroad Co.way.
load 150.00 to 275.00. can recommend and use these goods i in by train No. 14, July 15th. Fernan-
Potatoes-Imports for the week-Bermuda competition with anything sold on the dina by train No. 27, July 16th. Jacksonville Indian River Steamboat Co.
& Lake Worth
18,834 bbls.; Havana,'7,155 bbls. market to your profit, knowing them to and points on Western Division Jupiter Railway.
The receipts have,been very heavy this be all that is claimed for them-the best by train No.2,July 16th. All tickets. lim
week, arrivals footing'' up almost as'much. value offered in the State. They are ited to return July 20, 1894. INVITATION TO IMMIGRATION MEETINGSFarmers

as last week. There has been a good demand combinations of the best and purest formsof A. O. MAcDoNELL; Gen. Pass. Ag't.
but prices have averaged low, and Plant Food known, assuring a strong, N. S. PENNINGTON, Traffic Manager. and land owners living on the line of.
The detailed the railways named below, who feel interested in
declining as the week advanced; and at healthy growth and large yield. schedule appended shows
that.the. lowest rate is $4.00 from Talla bringing new settlers to our State, are urgently .
the close the market is weak and the PRACTICE AND SCIENCE (
outlook unfavorable hassee), and the highest $7.00 (from Tam- !'requested to attend a meeting to be held on their
as a great many GO HAND IN HAND. ). local line as stated herein.
Southern remain to be shipped, and Long H.J.Baker&Bro's.Complete Chemical pa The presence of all those who will sell small

Island:and Jersey growers expect to commence :Manures are the result of careful investigation The F. C. & P. Co. in their estimate farms, or parts of farms: to actual settlers at

shipping freely at an early date. I in the laboratory, verified by show the low prices; and farmers who will aid by giving
Small lots are already arriving from these years of actual test in nature's Iaboratorythe I following interesting proportions information and actual results obtained by them '

sections, but generally small as yet, and 11 field. : : Vegetables, 41,549 packages; in any branch of'farm industry is especially

quantity not large enough to be felt, I They prove to be as near as possible 'fruit, 14,541 packages; in crates, 51,- desired; .

though their appearance, doubtless, has the golden.mean of both. '338; in barrels, 4,752.-Manatee Kiver The citizens of the places named will provide

some influence toward depressing,the sit We call attention, the monthly. bul ,Journal. entertainment for visitors at low rates.
uation. 'Bulk of the supply has arrived letin for March\ issued by the State Department The Tropical Trunk Line will furnish free

by the Old Dominion Line, though the of Agriculture, which shows transportation to and from such meetings. Representatives -

Pennsylvania Railroad has brought liberal i that our complete Orange Tree Manure\ i. ofthe line will be present to explainthe
quantities, and the latter company exceeds most of the well-known brands object and undertaking.
have run a ferry every half hour from offered'''on the market in estimated value

midnight until 0'o'clock in the afternoon this year from $3 to $5 per ton, and the E Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West R'y:
since the fore part of the week between fact that this brand is one of the few sold Bowker'sFertilizers

Desbrosses street and their Bay street depot in the State that shows an increased vale From Jacksonville., Titusville,Tavares and inter-. .
in Jersey City where the this mediate stations. Meet at DeLand, Thursday,
potatoes ar ue yearis worthy of notice, for the '
delivered, and this has, to some extent, reason that most of the brands fell behind July 12th, 1894, 2:30 p. m. .

increased the movement from Jersey, last years valuation froml to $6
The Florida Southern R. R. (Main Line)
though buyers, as a rule, with the receivers per ton, and it is but fair to suggest that
are not in favor of the Jersey City delivery this fact may account for the offering of From Palatka, Gainesville,Brooksville and inter-; :

; and after to-day the Pennsylvaniawill many of competitors of their goods, 8ftSoluble mediate stations. Meet at Ocala, Tuesday,July

deliver at the New York pier insteadof which are listed at $38 to $42 per ton, as i7th, 3:00: p. m. .

Jersey The market opened Mon low as $28, $30 and $32 per ton, and we The Florida Southern R. R. Charlotte
day on a basis of 1.50 to 2.00 for.Rose' would caution our friends regarding such, (
and 1.25 to 1.50 for Chili Reds, and -has offers, which are but held out to tempt Harbor Division) '{

gradually, but steadily, declined sincethen the growers to use lower grade goods, From Bartow to Punta Gorda inclusive. Meet at.*.'

; closing very weak to-day., One of year after year. Active Arcadia,Thursday, July igth, at 1:00 p. m. *..
the Old .Dominion steamers due'Friday POTASH. ,
morning ran aground just outside the hat "We. are in a position to offer both Indian River Steamboat Company. .

bor.and did not get in until late Friday High and Low grade at the following Sure Jupiter &: Lake Worth R'y -_ *
afternoon, which tended to depress the prices:
.. A personal canvass will be made of the territory
situation, as making: Saturday's supply .. High Grade, basis 90 per cent.sulphate .;.Tf covered by the above.
very large. Friday and to-day most sales German analysis, $45.50 per ton. ,
of prime Rose were at 1.25, only a few Low Grade, basis 48 per cent sulphate \ :t". Please note carefully these will be purely

fancy marks higher, and Chilis seldom German analysis, $26.50 per ton.50r. Pamphlet free. business meetings, and only those deeply inter-
exceeded 1.12 ested, and able to aid as above outlined are included -
per barreL Old potatoes, per unit added above 48 per cent Apply to in this invitation.
both foreign and domestic, are neglectedand and 90 per cent.
nominal. We always, carry this in stock and Local agents or to Address the undersigned or call on your nearest '
Vegetables. can give immediate shipment. ticket agent for form of application for transportation -
and other information
regarding the
Receipts since Monday exclusive of po TOBACCO STEMS. 74 Bay Street Savannah, Ga. several meetings. :
tatoes have been as follows: Pennsylvania ] Selected Kentucky Stems in .
strong .
Railroad at Bay St., (A. C. D.) 13,940 bales of 175 to 250 pounds. These..stemsare a D. ACKERLY,
A.M.BOND for Fla.
,Gen.Agt. ..
packages including: 2,069 onions, 1000 worth $4 to $5 per ton more than General. Passenger Agent, ':'
Deans, 8,480 cucumbers, 1,627 tomatoes Virginia or light Eastern stems. The Tropical Trunk Line' -
Jacksonville. :
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48 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and

between Savannah and Boston, 65 to 70 hours.


The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

Pa..a.Ke Rs .te.I to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,

Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class, $25.60; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion, $43.50; Both ways :
Steerage,$12.50. (STANDARD TIME.)
From New York. From Jacksonville,
Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin, 27.00' ; Intermediate, $21.00 j Excursion, $47.301; Steerage, $14.25 (Pier 29,E.R.) STEAMER Florida.
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Tuesday, June 26th,at3 p m..ALGONQUIN".Sunday, July ist, at 2xopm
(Central r"rfP Meridian Time.) Friday, agth,,at 3 p m........."SEMINO E". ...'....Thursday, .' 5th,at 6:00 a m
Nacoochee ................... ..........................Sunday, July i, 2.oop.m. Tuesday Friday, July'. 6th 3d,, at at3pm."CHEROKEE".Sunday 3 p m......."ALGONQUIN" .......Thursday, "" I2th 8th,,at at 12:00 8130: am n'n2.oopm
City or Augusta...' y, July 3, 5.30p. m. Tuesday, "lothat3 p m........"SEMINOLE".Sunda II isth,at
t City of .. July 6, S.ooa.m.'' Friday,, 13th,at3 pm..CHEROKER".Thursday, igth,at Sao am
Kansas City ...... July 8, g.soa.m. Tuesday, 17th,,at 3 p m........."ALGONQUIN" ........Sunday.II 22d, at 7130 am
Nacoochee July 10, II 30 a.m. Friday, 20th,at 3 p m......... "SEMINOLE" .......Thursday, 26th,at 10.00 a m
City of Augusta July 13, 2.30 p.m. Tuesday, 2.4th.at3pm."CHEROKEE..Sunday, 29th,at 1:00pm
City of July IS, 400 a.m. Friday, 27th,at 3 p m........ALGONQUIN" ........Thursday, Aug 2d, at 5.00 a m
Kansas .Tuesday, July 17, s.sop.m. Tuesday, u 31st, atspm........."SEMINOLE".........Sunday, 5th,at 7:30: a mFor
wacoochee..................._. July 20, 7.ooa.m.
City Augusta.... .,.."...Sunday, July 22, S.ooa.m.
City of Birmingham..Tuesday! July 24, 7.3op.m.

Nacoochee Kansas '.. ,, July July 29 27,, 12.30 2 0o p.m.m.. S r. JOHNS RIVER I4INE.:

City of Augusta...........................................Tuesday, July 31, 4.3op.p.m.

Tallahassee Chattahoochee...................................Thursday,, July July 12 5,, i.sop.m.6.3oa.m. Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
Tallahassee....... ....,.Thursday, July 19, 6.00p.m.
Chattahoochee........... ..........Thursday, July 26,11.30 a.m. the St. Johns River.
( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.)

Dessong......?_...._.._.e...._.-.......Sunday, July i, 2.303.m. Steamer "EVERG ADS. '"'
Dessoug. Wednesday,July ir, 12.30 :m.
Dessoug... ............Saturday, July 21, 7.00 p a.m. Capt. W.A.SHAW,
.Tuesday July 31, 4.oop.m.

THESE PALACE STEAMERS, I Leaves JACKSONVILLE from foot of Laura Street, at 5.00 p. m..

t Connect at Savannah with Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah, Florida: & Western Railway, TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS, for
Florida Central& Peninsular Railroad.
Through Bills of Lading,Tickets,and Baggage Checks to and from all Pastern Points in the South. PALATKA, SANFORD, ENTERPRISE,
See nearest ticket or write for Freight to .
your agent or Passage
R.WALKER,Agent, C.G.ANDERSON Agent And Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River. .
i New Pier No.35,North River J.New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents, Lewis' Wharf,Boston.W. Leaves SANFORD, 5.00 a. m., and ENTERPRISE, 5.30 a. m.*
L.JAMES,Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia.
W. H. RHETT,Gen'l Agt. C. R. R.,317 Broadway,New York. MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS for JACKSONVILLE.General .
J.D.HASHAGEN,Eastern Agent Sav.,Fla. &Western Ry.Co., 261 Broadway.N. Y.
J.L. ADAMS,Gen'l East.Agt. F.C. &P. R. R., A.DeW.SAMPSON, General Agent,
353 Broadway,New York. 306 Washington St.,Boston.
J. P.BECKWITH, General Agent, 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. ,Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., JacksonvilleA.
WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass.Agent, W.E.ARNOLD, Gen.Trav. Pass.Agt.,
71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville.W. .J. COLE,Passenger Agent Bowling Green,New York. <
M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green,New York.
A. BOURS. ESTABLISHED 1875. J. B. BOURS. THEO. G. EGER,,Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green,"New York.F. .
M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florid:Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, FU.
.JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent,foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville,Fla.
WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO., J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent,foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville, Fla.

WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,

Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia. 5 Bowling Green, New York.; ,

fiiDQ wi: S'r BAY .'r., JACKSONVXx..x..E, P'hA.

; We Handle Only the Best and'Most Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of NURSERIES OF THE .

w. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Milwaukee Florida Onaqge CD.

Cotton Seed Meal Both and Dark.
Bright Selected strains of Choicest Varieties oi Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty.BuddingWood.
sale at all times.
PURE GROUND BONEt Catalogue and Price-List,address

r Tgger -Allen Fertilizer Co. NITRATE SODA, _A; L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla.


Star Brand Fertilizers MURIATE OF POTASH

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. SULPHATE POTASH, Potash for Fruits and Vegetables.

Orange Tree and Vegetable KAINIT Etc
Potash Salts are especially beneficial for Fruits and Vegetables of all'kinds; on sandyjsoilfa,
FERTILIZER. ,marketable variety is impossible without them.
These Fertilizers hare no superior in the market and a trial will convince. Fertilizers for Fruits and Vegetables should contain from 12 to 15 per cent.of Potash. Use fertilizers
Send for Catalogue free. containing enough Potash,or apply Potash SAltS, such as Kainit,Sulphate of Potash and
Muriate of Potash.
JOHN L.' MARVIN, For information and pamphlets,address German Kali Works,93 Nassau St.,New York City.

President.H. .

Cashier. Assistant Cashier. ACCLI MATED '
CflPlTflli $100,000.



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the best for the far South; AN EMERGENCY FENCE
Respectfully solicits you*,Deposits, Collections and General
MILCH COWS.. We are constructing a forty acre Park at
i Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE r Adrian for wild animals. Before wo,had a
:, Write for Circulars. post set a car of Deer and Elk arrived. We
,.:':'' ; : INVITED. ROSE *AND PLANTATION, set four corner posts and stretched eight foot
fence around a field ten by twenty rods with-
; Bainbridge, Georgia.
t DIREO'rOR 1 I ".... out middle posts and turned the animals in.
S They are safer than regulation Parks with
Chas. Marvin
John. L. Marvin A. B. Campbell Judge R. B. Archibald, INDIAN game breeding yard.: 8 hens and cock. posts eight feet apart and rail at top,middle
H. T. Bay, T. W. Roby, $15.00. Also Langshans;leghorns and Minorcas and bottom.
Judge E. M. Randall.C.. B. Rogers. W..M. Davidson ;including some of.tour Orlando'prise win .
Dr"'H. Robinson. John E: ,Hartrldffe. ners. S..S.Del, anoy,4Apopka 4-7-6

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gives more valuable information than any other publication in existence. -

COMPLETE, TREATISE on the most successful fertilization of young and bearing orange trees on pine

and hammock'lands in Florida for INCREASED PROFITS. Sent free of charge. Address,


No. 50 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
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'.N' B.Parties wishing to buy.Potaah'Salts,Nitrate of Soda,etc.,ex-vessel at New York, will' find!'it to their interest to address our office at No. i Broadway, for quotations. Always state
desired. No sales. of less than carload lots from New York. .
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SUNSET HILL NURSERIEScontain Manufactured by the "

4 a list and description of the Choicest and Most Profitable varieties of the Citrus L. B. Fertilizer Co.
Paxnliy,which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties frown,and tested by us Darling
..in our.extensive experience of seventeen years We carry,one of ,

The Largest,Stocks of Citrus Trees in the United States.
dlforcirculars.{ Address R. atf. RIBRCe.
r,t: .. .Sunset- -.'.Hill.-,...Lake.>- -Co.,Fla. ,' NO OTHERS GIVE EQUAL RESULTS.

f..':Lorenzo A. Wilson. W. G. Toomer.', 0. B. WEEKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.

No. 8 Bostwick Block, Corner Bay and Main Streets
Send for :Pocket Memoranda Book.

j f,;,. ,,Evaporate Your Fruit at
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(, Tim FHTII&IZHR fiOtJSB Op p1tO$IDA." Home. J Y

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"';- With the U. S. Cook Stove Drier ,
:JRL FEW OU$ SPECIALTIES.H = ?"""" "' '"
. OF hundreds of dollars worth of fruit '
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; can be saved with this machine -
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;, ,J BAKER & BROS COMPLETE MANURES FOR ORANGE TREES every year. To meet the demand ""
for a small cheap drier, suitable -!,,
AND VEGETABLES... for use on any ordinary cook, oil-
or gasoline stove, we now offer'the (Jgn p,
POTASH-Both High and Low Grade always above. It is very simple, econom
.. ical, efficient and convenient, and '
in stocky at lower prices than competitors -
for farmers' use just what is wanted,
who have it to arrive. and we believe the, cheapest and
best little drier of its class on the -
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Green River Kentucky Tobacco Stems Always on market.
$8.50 in value for $5.00. Through '
Hand. _- a special arrangement we are enabled ui ',r '
to offer the U. S. Cook Stove Drier ,
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Fine Ground Tobacco, Stems, the'regular price:of which: is.$7.00 for ,
r only$5.00 together with a year's subscription i ,
.. Nitrate, of Soda, Cotton Seed Meal

i Canada Hardwood Ashes. Acid Phosphate, GROWER. To any one sending a club ;
of five yearly.subscribers at $2.00 .

.,i:, Sublimed Flowers of Sulphur. each, or four subscribers and, $1.00 in ,
money we will send one of the driers '
'.. BLOOD AND BONE. free.The f
drier has eight galvanized wire>> t
A LARGE STOCK OP cloth trays containing twelve square -

':,'., ':' feet of tray surface-the dimensions. ". 1
FERTILIZER, MATERIALS. base 22x16 inches, height 26 inches.

--- .A.N'D Sent by freight at receiver's expense. Weight, crated, about twenty-seven '
: AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS It is always ready for use and will last a life-time. Has been thoroughly tested %
'I.: and approved, and will more than please you. As a great economizer and
..,: 98 Per Cent. Caustic Soda. Insecticide Material maker for rural people it is without a rival.
:' Mr. ,Thomas Patten of Glen St. Mary, Fla., bought one through this paper last
.'Y O7 year and he writes'us: "It is all that could be desired, considering size".


r This :Plow: is constructed almost entirely of iron; is very strong durable and yet
light, weighing only 22 pounds. The high wheel makes it of very light draft.
: -: WIIiSOf't at TOOflIE The use of this implement makes gardening pleasant and profitable. With it a
:,. ;. man can do a man's work and half the work of a horse. We furnish with this
,'-.:-::' U TfiB 3H13TtIZffl- HOUSE op ,p1tO$IDA.n. plow. sweep and a turn-shovel as well as the,bull! tongue shown in the cut. Man-
) ufacturer's. price $5.00. Price with this $4.00
? ? r paper, ,or given as a premium for
!;,/ ;Ja.okson..Vi11e, 3'1a three new subscribers at$2.00 each. sfcftIr

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