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: August 4, 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
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System ID: UF00055765:00039
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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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Correspondence invited and stencils furnished on application. eliable agents wanted at 2S a2. J.:

o J = all principal shipping points, .$.g. BES1"D ONGOLA.
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0'; *1uua a- ...CD' First National Bank of Jacksonville,. Fla. Bank Commerce,, Buffalo, N. Y. Dun's and Bradstreet's .' W....DOUGLAS,
Agencies. .
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And, Building Material. You W.can L.save Douglas money S3.OO by wearing Shoe. tho .

d .- :: Ii I Queen City Fruit Auction' Go. Because, we are the'largest manufacturers of

.". : v ,:* : ,CHARLESTON, S. O. this grade of shoes In the world,and guarantee their
., . value by stamping the name and price on the
.: '.. .. '. BUFFALO bottom,which protect you against high prices and
: the middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custom
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"<\I-r.::> ,.f,"'" .,- REFERENCES:Bank Commerce, Buffalo, N. Y. Dun's and Bradstreet's Agencies. work In style, easy fitting and wearing qualities.We .
: FraudnasFruIt Wrappets J the value given than any other make. Take no sub-
_4 ,' FOR PRQD.UCTION, AND PROFIT stitute., If your dealer cannot supply you,we can.

.. ,. 'Buy Trees :iof the:'Well-known 'R e i cable Ten: tested I ,1 lIIm.toI1l1&trom

f:_:/ NO MORE ,CHEATING. ,, mars r MONEY, TO' LOAN 15.001011.000. tort>
earl, at 6 per cent. of any kind
quired until application for a loan baa been granted
S CURITT REQUIRED. Real estate,houie ,itorei,..web.r .
c Consumers" of" Fru t. Wrappers' may @ClENST. :MARY NURSERIES 0 ,r bond.ones,.cattle jewelry,1I.lItockfarmi1lgtUJplemea&laDd honiehold goods,.furniture, merchandise machinery,!!

now.know that'they get an honest ream fall kinds,or otherpropertyreal orpertonal,of valut;|
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_ ., 'f jt I.. : of.480 sheets and not 400 or 320 sheets SATSUMA ORANGES hardy and- early. PECANS-- belt Paper-Shell variety. CAMPHOR TKSE8. ,will be accepted a*security. Don't luitatt to writtl
_ ll ** to.ream as some unscrupulous dealers PEARS all kinds Immense \WALNUTS.Eng..Japan4CaUfornla.'fEXAS\ UMBKELLA. : I land atkforo Lean.;Address,:MUTUAL SAVINGS AND'
ft).,"..., .f ,supp'y PEACHES. 60 varieties new and old. CHESTNUTSJapanMammothsne.; OEEVILLEA EOBUSTA. I LOAM do.:Tenth and Walnut Streets,Pbltadel his Pa.
"I ." PLUMS best Japan and native sorts. OLIVES and APRICOTS. MAGNOLIA GBANDIFLOEA.
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GRAPES good supply,all leading kinds. POMEGRANATES. ROSES, varieties. Bradley Redjleld. Eugene B. Rtdfttld.I .
:: .0..UNFAIRAND: ,SQUARE" Other kinds-Iota of them write for what you want. I ESTABLISHED 1871. '
FREE: Specimens of fruit In spasnn ; and our experience and infoimation as to adaptability to
1d( : Trinted Wrappers are put up in:packages your locality, worth much more. For instance, we have discarded one variety of Which we shipped ,
400 bushels 1887, and this bOt one of the hundreds of varieties tested. We have built
: our reputation
'.'Il.t': "f r of OQQ.;. .eacn, and: each'' Wrapper ,is onflne stock, -some say Iheftnest. An Fx-Governor of Fla. writes: "They are beauties.so admirably Commission MerchantsAND
numbered, iff printing, consecutively packed as to shame a novice, nnd even many who pretend to be experts." Prompt and careful
"'..}. attention to correspondence. Prices,reasonable.. Catalogue free
'k" from 1,to 1000. No one can -
\t." ". # G. L. TA.EER.. Clef" .St. Mary Fla. '

:Jtt: f ,HONESTLY BEAT SUMMER Fruit Auctioneers,
4ArV 141 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
;1. .r our'prices.: Send for and rw Is by far.the best time,to.plant_all manner of We-handle all kinds of Fruits ,
samples prices
,,,.'f' ... ..... to III c Tropical Fruit Plants and Shrubs; also Orange and. either at private sale (which has heretofore been
_ 4 .e.'j>'* ,; Lemon Trees, etc., Palms, Bamboos Grasses our custom)or by the auction system (recently
J *. i Aquatics, etc., etc. added to our business) as you may desire.
j L :, THE JERSEY CITY, PRINTING CO. We have them, in'the greatest assortment in Florida or the South, in .
,. 1. 1 admirable condition for setting at any time By planting now you can geta
:.' 9). JERSEY CITY, N. J-. a good growth and avoid loss by drouth or cold next winter. Send at once
., off'' ': for our latest catalogue and manual. Illustrated,and priced. .
; ,:.: N. Brf We do not deal in, unprinted LOH$ IIVIIVIBTVSIS STOCK FAIR: PRIOE:. a

,y awrappers.. Established ;1883REASONER'. .

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_ ;: ( ,. 'I In Some parts oft country, at least, that THEY MUST HAVE AN-EARLY ORANGE, or no '
:\.: .. .:..... FERRY'SSEEDS Orange at all. They are also learning, that BOONE'S EARLY is not only the Earliest,but Best 57 Miles Called for In Last Two Days,
1' t ana nearest to a Seedless Orange of any now, grown. Budded Trees of this and other varietiesnow To Go Into Immediate Service.

r4 for. sale by
.*. (J. A.: BOONE, Agent. Jnly has heretofore been the dull month
\JI!. \. for.fence business,but now that the railroads
11'b'.. ltd Semi-Tropical Nurseries, Orlando, Fla, are taking hold, It goes all the year 'round
",, It' ': t .AreJustwhat every t A local agent wants 900 rods rqulck." and
t ,' :. r; I sower needs. The mer- fears he is to have vacation this year. A
'.t'! '*. '. Jits of Pern'H Seeds<< EGG PUNT hint to the wise is sufficient. -
.form the foundation upon :
,ij II" ,..to 1' $ which has been built the .. f. PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO.,Adrian, Mich.
.. ,, largest seed business tn the world. Large Purple.Thornless is the best variety to ship to Northern markets. It is pure, it is ol
.h!',, 'W'. :: sr .. Ferry's Seed Annual'for 1894 '! fine color,it is a good bearer,it is free from streaked fruit, Jt will give satisfactory,results. FRUIT TREES.
I' !1. contains the sum and substance of
_ ,\;,' *> % the latest- forming knowledge. Freo PRICESPacket. 10, cents- ; i-Ounce, :30' cents; Ounce, .50 cents; 'J-Pound, $1.75; FOX
), for
the asking. .' Pound $6.00jby: mail postpaid. SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write
D M. FERRY & CO., ; t .

"t fit' ; ,. Detroit Mich. 'IT G. 'HAS CINGS' & oo., .. for Catalogue and price list.

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Numerous tests have conclusively demonstrated that the COCCIDICIDE is fatal to the aleyrodes(white fly) in all of its stages of development. It can, '''how- f
ever,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 the TiD1e. : to App1y. :,': ..".. _.''....":
It is also fatal to the Spiders,Rust Mites and their eggs,and to the Scale without reference to the hatching periods. ; ='s- '


THE OLD RELIABLE. Always on hand at the reduced rate. Will do all that is claimed for it. :

SU LPH U R. ,:,'..,.,',<<.. ."'..'
Single barrels,ton or in car tots.SPRAYING. :

MACITIiSE1Y. :: .' -. .

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. *:,.<<:,

Cargo will arrive in Tune. 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. '. "../

= = SPECIAL l NOTICE. ::'}
The rate for transporting Insecticides- has. been reduced from 6th class to class "K." A reduction of more than 50 per cent. .'J. ., ,
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Having been practical orange growers for a number of years, also in the business of manufacturing Insecticides and using them our-4
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.

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

other. Insecticides hare 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.:
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 Whit 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. .* .
Write for Price-List. :r.:'

: McMASTER & MILLER, ':1 Sy4

San Mateo Fla. ;
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FERTILIZERS Orange Trees .il

Actually and Honestly Made from Animal Bone. .


This is a Guaranteed Fact.

Standard Guano & Chemical M'f' 'g Co.No. The Old Reliable_Buckeye Nurseries.

Union St. New Orleans La.
14. I have on hand the finest lot of stock I have ever grown of all the standard va-
rieties. I have a specially fine lot of Tardiff and Jaffa m two-year buds, from five
OSCAR H. NOLAN, State Agent.Write to seven feet high. I recognize the fact that it'a hard times,and propose to sell at
for Almanac,Prices, etc. Jacksonville, Fla. hard time prices. I make a specialty of the King Orange. ,.
Write for prices.
W,H.MICHAEL. Established 18G8. A.W.MICHAEL M.E. GILLETT, Prep.,

Weiredali,FIa.P0T.H.SH .
Milwaukee Florida Oraqge Co. FERTILIZING r

. Selected strains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty. Use only
Budding-Wood for sale at all times.
Our stock Is large and complete.For Catalogue PROMPT and Price-List ATTENTION,address TO CORRESPONDENCE. Fertilizers Containing Over 10 Per Cent" of Potash.

A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Ma. Information and Pamphlets free.GERMAN KALI. WORKS. 93 Nassau Street, New .York City."-.




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will share their fate without the least but a surprising yield of fruit. I con- made and send to the bank for collec-

:, and Orc1ad.t injury to the trees.I sider potash in some form an absolute tion. If any buyer fails to pay as

do not think one or two later annual necessity for every fruit bearing soon as his goods arrive the bank will

t Insecticides.Editor sprayings would affect the fruit, as it tree, no matter how rich the soil notify the manager so that no more
would all be washed off before ripen- may be. It not only improves the goods will be shipped to him until

Farmer and Fruit Grower: ing. quality, but adds size to the fruit and settlement is made; then let the managers .

3 In an article a few' weeks ago in Experiments with sulphur, whether causes it to hang on with wonderful of all the packing houses reportto

your paper I called attention to the applied to the wet foliageor tenacity. I have Kieffers clinging each other any,rascality that is undertaken -

use of paris green as the most effectual scattered on the ground, firmly to the trees, while elsewhere by the buyers.PLAN .

A destroyer of the codling moth in seem to have been equally they drop off. The quality of my Le NO. THREE.

apples, and suggested whether it effective against rust and other insects. Conte is so improved that a friend
Let when
sell where
man or
might not be useful against the numer- Three quarters of a grove I know of ells: me that some of the prominent every .
he has a chance to suit him.
ous enemies of the orange.I was ground treated. Where the sulphur -! Fruit growers do not recognize it, and
Plan No. if would
I i adopted, con-
was glad to read from the Mana- was applied the fruit was bright, insist that I have a new variety. If
centrate business and give the organi-
tee Advocate of orange trees at Fair the fruit on the untreated part was the hull ashes can not be had the
zation all the advantages that it has
Oaks that were last year fruitless because more or less rusty. The owner applied muriate of potash, containing 50 percent
of the of the white fly to his entire last of be now.Plan
ravages sulphur grove spring. pure potash, can bought ; No. 2 would let the shippers
. (presumably aleyrodes), and that the This year, in March, I applied sul 300 pounds of this would be a good know each day the condition of the .

trees had been thoroughly sprayed phur, one and one half pounds, under dressing, and 200 pounds of dissolved market, so that they could avoid shipping ,
with paris green last summer, and each tree and so far no rust is percep- bone per acre an excellent addition, when it would not
that now they show a'lot of fine or- tible. The odor was strong throughthe as the muriate has no phosphoricacid pay.
Plan No. would give the merchants -
anges, etc. No particulars of strength grove, caused, doubtless, by the which the hull ashes have.H.M. and packers 3 chance to
of solution, time of first and subsequent action of moisture, oxygen and car- Stringfellow, in Farm and Home.
and sell.)] But none of these advantages -
c sprayings are given. I never bonic acid gas. Frequent and clean .. be without
can gained legislationthat
knew, however, of aleyrodes destroy- culture during the first half of the year Legislation Against Consignment.. will annihilate the commission

ing oranges or of damaging them being my rule, the sulphur must have Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: business. C. L. REAVES. .

| much except covering them with a got covered in. It may therefore be Our country has suffered greatly Sarasota, Fla. ''

dense coat of smut. better to apply on the foliage. To during the past year on account of .. .

this end I have handmachineto confidence business men owingto
Vegetation suffers greatly from two I bought a among A Successful Rainmaker. _
things : insect life or animal and blow it into and upon the tree tops. delay of tariff legislation, and any '
fungus or vegetable.The In time the sulpher will all reach the legislation that would restore confidence The Washington Star publishes an

insect'world is of great variety, ground but the influence will be pro- would give new life to the man interview with Clayton B. Jewell, the

visible and invisibie, of* amazing longed. L. H. ARMSTRONG. ufacturing interest and cause businessto successful Kansas rain maker. He

' fecundity, and of wonderful ability to St. Nicholas. Fla. revive. Just so with our orange gives the following explanation of his

withstand heat and cold, rain and industry, the reason that buyers are methods :

drouth. The fungi are equally va- Pear Culture in Texas.Is so scarce is because they have no con- "To produce rain it is necessary to
ried, numerous and destructive. The fidence in the market. They expect as work with the laws of nature and
however, does.not suffer from the lowest and dampest land to it is to have to compete with con strive to bring about the same con-
fungus as from insects. be had? The pear is as much a signed goods, but if we had a law ditions that produce a natural storm.
water plant as the willow. I have that would wipe out the consigning All rain storms are caused by the
all insects and
Fortunately fungiare seen trees that were overflowed sev- meeting of warm and cold currents of
business at one stroke buyers wouldbe
endowed with vitality lower than eral feet by the Brazos river for 30 placed on an equal footing and air. When the cold air strikes the
the things they prey upon. Nevertheless and seemed thrive it. !i
days to on confidence would be established warm air it naturally falls rapidly,
they tax the highest intelligence Last May at Arcadia, I saw Le Conte
being the heavier
which would give new life to the trade. thereby causing a
of man to subdue or keep them in trees that were set on low ground
vacuum into which the moisture in
Mr. M. E. Gillett heads an sell
. check without injury to trees or which covered with for
was water .
the rushes clouds
at home, if you can; then he told us atmosphere making
etation. It may be trite to say that several weeks a perfect bog, and
how the plan worked in California, and becoming a cloud centre. It
one of the best ways of combattingour they outgrew all the rest, and are now where they fixed a price on their fruit was to produce this condition that my
insect foes is liberal !
by ferti'izingand fully twice as large as those standing'on
and waited for 'buyers and said if our efforts were directed, and I believe
thorough soil culture to promote high land on either side. But sell at home friends really desire to that I have discovered a gas that will
growth, vigorous health and full this must not happen to a tree the
do the work. At rate
bring buyers who will compete for any every
Trees in such condition
fruiting. first season it is planted. On low fruit they should hesitate before they time that I have sent it into the air in
withstand their enemies, weak ones ground I would set on a moderate
sufficient quantities rainfall has fol
the people to adopt a plan which a
succumb. ridge and plow to it late in the spring.
experience has to be a lowed. To manufacture this gas I
proven very
fi Arsenic in the form of After the well establishe Rio
paris green trees ate use metallic sodium ammonia black
bad one. It appears to me that any ,
(arsenate of copper), is one of the not fail to root prune, as this will in- business man could see the folly ol oxide of manganesecaustic potash and

most potent poisons to animals, froman sure healthy trees even on mod holding perishable products for a fixed aluminum. In combining these materials -

,elephant to a bacillus. Bordeaux erately high land, but never plant an price, a thing that supply and demand dangerous explosions are apt to
mixture (lime and oxide) apple or a on a hill top. By following '
copper pear must govern, but that does not argue occur, and in my preliminary experi-
seems to be equally destructive to the the above methods and put- that no plan could be adopted that ments I had some narrow escapes.

fungi. Both can be used when they ting trees down to grass after the would work well. I will submit some With these I also use an alloy knownas

. are not likely to remain on fruit or fourth or fifth year, mowing several for Mr. Gillett and others to consider., murium, which I have manufac-
intended: for food. times during the summer and apply-
i vegetables PLAN NO. ONE. tured expressly for my use and which.
t If paris green spraying has been so ing a good dressing annually of woodor Let the State build costs 15 cents per pound. The.chem. ,.
destructive to the white hull ashes or some form of potashand organizations
fly, why mayit central houses where the fruit icals are put up for me by a Chicagofirm
not be equally so to rust, red spider bone, I am confident that blight packing carried which is under contract to fur-

'" and, to the scale tribes ? will become a thing of the past allover and ceive vegetables the uniform can pack be and brands to re- nish them to nobody save on my

This matter deserves considerationand the country.For I
this I
indicate the order. In way am enabled to
that and
experiment. Arsenic is a mineral the first four years with annual pack quality furnish material to others, with in-
then send drummers solict
out to
substance and in no way a plant food applications of one ton per acre of do structions as to the method of using
a or likely to be absorbed*by plants cottonseed meal and cultivated ders, just as large business" houses them, without acquainting them with

through leaf or root. Of course there closely in vegetables. These paid a now. the secret."

must be great caution in handlingthis good profit and my trees practicallycost PLAN NO. TWO.

deadly stuff. me nothing. The fifth year ]I Let each neighborhood form a local THE JEWELL CAR.

M The article on the thrips is instruc- applied 1,000 pounds per acre of f organization, build a packing house at With this preliminary explanaton

tive and interesting. Being a biting, cottonseed hull ashes, and since then their shipping point, solicit and receive Mr. Jewell conducted the correspondent -

gnawing insect, (how large, invisibleor about five hundred pounds of the orders by telegraph, then fill the, to his car, in which the rainmaking

visible to the unassisted eye is not ,meal one year and the ashes the next. best orders first with a certain percent laboratory is located and from which

stated) it seems highly probable that All of this sowed broadcast, nor has a of every man's fruit. so as to his operations are conducted. The

spraying orange trees with paris green single load of animal manure ever make it fair for all. Then fill the car has been made out of an ordinary

just as they are about to open their gone on the ground. The result of f next best in the same way till all are box car, and is divided into two com-

flowers will destroy thrips and most this heavy fertilizing has been not worked off Then draw sight draftson partments, one being used as a

of the other insects then on the trees only an extraordinary growth of trees, dealers to whom shipments are living room and the other reserved


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the rain-making machinery. When I do not claim to be able to 'always called upon to foot any of the bills, The Finei
rain is ,to be produced the car is run produce rain at..the point of operation, the 'Rock'Island Company'paying all y. "

onto, .a side track and blocked.- .A. because the, wind..may carry it ,many the, expense and my ,salary! as well., ,
hole five feet in diameter and about miles away, ,but rain will surely fall'' in Religious cranks, in particular, do all l lin Edited by, JOHN'B.. BEACH, Melbourne,,Fla..........
eight ..feet deep,, is 'dug, ,and connected the. direction, the gasses are carried. their power to discourage me. At -
with the ,car by a rubber hose, On ,a"a1m' day .rain should ,extend Pella,;:Ia., a,sect of .Hollanders, when 'Dr.Washburn's experiments in pine ;
J after: which the top of the, hole, is about:twenty miles in each direction the rain ,came, turned, their_ water, apple culture carried on, I presume,
covered by boards. Directly over from" the.,point of operation. ,A ten- barrels upside down and cut thepipes with scientific care, but 'on a small
the hole and ,on,top of the cari i is tank mile wind will, spread the ,rainfall ten leading to their cisterns saying,it was scale and without previous practical
filled, with eight hundred gallons of miles,:in. one direction and about fifty the devil's rain and that they wouldnot knowledge of the subject, led him ,to
water. Between the tank'and,theedgeof miles in1:the direction it blowing.. Ina use it., One,,,man ,regretted that such:strange; ,conclusions, as published
the car is'a space of about one wenty-five-.mile wind the area of'the he ,did not have a canvass large i in an,article, written by him,a year or
foot in width, through which three storm will be,extended from 100 to, 150 ,enough to cover, his whole .farm, that i so ago,..that he was sharply criticisedby
pipes project'thirty! inches apart. On miles in one direction, and no rain he might not be compelled to.profit Capt., [T. ,E. ,Richards., Upon the
top of the tank is a square box twenty- Falling to windward of the point of by rain sent by Satan. They quoted atter's invitation,he'came over to the
four inches long and twelve inches., operation, and but a sprinkle at that Scripture, to me to show, that, I,was east,coast arid made a brief visit, learn-
wide. Inside the laboratory part of point. working against the will of the. Lord., I ng. much from talks\ with practical
the car a wide: shelf about two feet A NEW APPARATUS. We operated from Stuart, Pella and growers: pf, wide and varied, ,experience -
from the floor extends from one end to "While splendid has at- Perry at the same time, the three cars :(though probably less scientific
the other. On this'are many curious tended my efforts so success far, I will only being the points of a triangle, of knowledge), which he had, failed to
looking bottles and boxes said to con- require machinery to make which. Des Moines was the center.. A acquire in his ,small experiments. The
tain the chemicals from which the rain fall pproper almost instantly. I have number of scientists called upon our clipping appended shows the result of
rain-producing gases are made. Under, 'completed a design for an apparatus division superintendent,atDes Moineson his visit, and is not at ,such ,variance
the shelf are large boxes securely which I hope to have for next season's the morning of the.experiment t and. with an experience,here as the one he
locked, which the young rain-maker work that will accomplish this result.I informed him that the,conditions were published.a year ago. There is one
declared were never opened in the am about closing a contract with the such that a rain at that point within point ,of error, .however,, which I ,wishto
presence of any one. Above the Hotchkiss Ordnance Company of twenty-four hours would be impossible. !: : call attention 'to and 'which I must
shelf and ,near, the top of the car is Washington, D. C.'for its construe- They said there were no C i indications ; continue e .to consider an error. till long
another'-shelf, on which rests a twenty- tion at a cost of $12,000. With thisI of it shown by the barometerand i and extensive ,experience has, provenit
four cell battery, besides an unusually to send to the that the hygrometer showed but? a to be true. ,I speak from .observation -
large jar"connected' by wires with the required propose height, by my compressed gases up air in bare trace of moisture. At .j o'clock'- ,of the ,experience of,)hundreds, of

battery. There are,also wires connecting liquid form, inclosed in a shell, which that'afternoon the rain began ,to fall, growers ,upon ,thousandsof(slips when
the battery with the rain machine when it bursts will release the liquid, and these same scientists were, forcedto I[ say that slips should.have ,the. .hard
proper, which consists of six large spreading it in all directions, instantly admit that their humidity theory butt cut off before, planting. $Jew
jars, divided i into groups of two each. forming a large volume of cold had been knocked into a cocked hat, roots start immediately from the cut
In these, j jars the gas is ,made and that will do more than the gases now gas but they still insisted that it was a surface, which is the, point ,.nearest
released through the three pipes men- sent from the car by the present natural rain, which had been caused moist earth on. the entire slip, ,and
tined above that .}project through the method up in a much shorter space of by a cold current of air, ,in which I, grow directly down into the" ;moist
top of the car by the side of the water time. If this machine does what I agree, but I claim that I was instru- earth. In ,dry weather this;makes a
feel certain it will do, rain can be mental in producing the cold current. vast difference is the establishment of
tank.No the slip, and in ,wet weather, even it
force is fall
necessary to send the made to in the shortest possible
gas into the sky, as at the time it is space of time. I made thirty three The Effect of Cold Storage on gives them much of a start over'slips
released it is much lighter than the air. successful experiments last year, and Different Fruits. which have.to,depend,upon,roots sent.
In escaping it makes little.or no noise, up to this time nineteen experimentsthis The preservation of fruit of various from lateral buds. I can: point, out
and is almost invisible, being of a light year. The first this year was at sorts by cold storage, in what are some- half a dozen,fields which were planted
blue tinge. At the other end of the Goodland and then in the order times called retarding houses, has with good'slips, but being uncut and
car is a pipe running down from the named at Selden, Phillipsburg, Man- been largely tried for a number of the weather' turning off dry'they' were
tank above and connecting with a large kato, Belleville, Kan.; Beatrice, Neb years. It is found to be a valuable stunted, burned up and have turned r
wooden vessel, which in turn is con- two ; Pawnee, Neb.; Horton, Peabody method keeping the fruit whenever out worthless: where fields, planted)
nected with another wooden vessel of Wellington and Caldwell, Kan.; there is a glutted market. But it is the' same iim'p'roperly' trimmed ,have
smaller pattern. The remainder of the Stuart, Pella and Perry, Ia.; Chan, not desirable for a great length of time, developed valuable fruiting plants.
laboratory is filled with pipes, bottles, ning, Tex., and Britton, Redfield and as some of the fruits so preserved soon Probably Dr. Washburn' planted in ,a
and other apparatus ordinarily foundin Sioux Falls, S. Dak. At each of lose their fine flavors, and depreciatein wet time or else'gave)his slips so"much
value. The for care,.attention and .water that they
a small laboratory. In the 'rain- these places rain was produced rang- average temperature
making department of the Chicago, ing from one-half to six inches, and success in cold storage is found to be made enough lateral roots to'makeup;
Rock Island & Pacific Railroad,Com- each time contrary to the predictionsmade between 32 and) 40 F. If 'peaches for the Joss of the tap' roots which
pany there are three cars fitted up in by the weather service. The are kept in this degree of cold for a would have sprung from the cut sur-

the same manner, and they all operate largest rainfall that we ever obtainedwas fortnight they will lose their flavor. face.The
af the'same time a,few miles apart. between Peabody and Wellington Pears like the Bartlett keep well at (following? is .the paragraph in
After showing'me the car and giving where the, total precipitation immediately 38 F. for three weeks, but are worthless Dr. Washburn's article referred to' :
meager explanations of the uses to following our experimentwas 1 if the time be extended to three or "Formerly I'was careful to cut the butt
I four months. The different varietiesof end of the slip or sucker'off,:and pull 'off
which the apparatus was put in manu- six inches. The result there was .
the outer leaves, especially if dry or fully
.'. facturing the gas, Mr. Jewell proceeded particularly gratifying to us, because. both pears and apples vary considerably matured. I thought it hard to improveon
: at Wichita the local papers had taken I in their keeping qualities, bothin nature's plans, so planted ajew with-
great pains ridicule us. One paper and out of cold storage. With the out cutting,off 'the butt or pulling: off
"When the rain.making'JI1a'chilJe is that:had been particularly officious in exception of peaches, experience indi- leaves, and I found that they did better '
operation lsooJeet,of than those trimmed.
gas escapes fun of sent to cates that the most delicate skinned
making us a reporter
from each of the three pipes projectingfrom the car for an interview. I was out fruits may be kept in cold storage all FASTENED DOWN, ,BY THE LEAVES.
the top of the ,car" every, hour., I the ground wide and three
of humor and,told him to back to the time it is necessary without perceptibly now open
When it is liberated it is warm and go their flavor. American inches (deep for slips, put my slips in:and
: Wichita and tell the that
ascends steadily. In four hours it has people press,the outer.leaves. down ,cover :with
reached 'an altitude of from to proposed to make a canal out of their Agriculturist. soil and tramp firmly. By this plan the
4,000? principal.street. Of course, this was leaves hold the plant firmly in the
8,000 feet, depending upon the condi--' bluff but fortunately I was ground until the plexus of roots are well
tions altitude of the' of only a Sixty cabbage palmetto trees have '
; point operation formed, and.no detriment ever after that
vegetation and humidity. After able to make the\ bluff}! good, for beforemorningDouglass lately been set about the ,town,,one of f I plant the suckers the 'same way, from "
the lapse of a certain time it turns avenue was a veritable which is 42 feet high.-Braidentown four to six inches deep. The:more firm-
I cold ,instantly,and, drops with a rush i canal; the culverts being washedout Journal. ly the plant is set in_the, ground, the
,: and the"stre'efflooded.CONTE ._.-. better. In cultivating,the plants,step,on
creating a >acuum, into which the top of the leaves rather than push them
moisture contained in the air rushes, DING WITH PREJUDICE. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder sideways,as a side push:may tear the l leaf
forming a storm centre., ;, When I have "In my ,business as a rainmaker I Most Perfect Made.DeUghtfully partly loose from the stalk
done this I have accomplished all that have to contend with deep seated' .,. .
is, necessary for nature will do the prejudice, for in every community For Malaria, Liver Trou-
rest. The,size of the storm ,depends there are many people who persist In .. Cool. ,and Refreshing Ind1.ge8tionlSeBROWN'S
_upon the velocity,,and direction,, of the looking upon mesas an imposter, not- Use Hor8r r(1:8.: Acid Phosphate. ': IRON BITTERSI
wind, together with the temperature. withstanding the.fact that they are not With ice-water and sugar. }

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The Pineapple IV. some places where they can be grown low places, but no damage done. It pineapple north of latitude 27, arid .
BY REV. JAMES H. WHITE. without protection. Here on Mer- was very severe at DeLand, and Col. even then he must be careful to secure .
ritt's Island in latitude 28 18' they Codrington, in his issue of January a water protection of at least a mile in '
[Written for the and Fruit
Farmer Grower.
] have been seriously injured but once 16th, comforted himself as follows: width on the north side of his planta-
THE PINEAPPLE IN FLORIDA. in eighteen 'years. Writers in the "From all we can gather 'the late tion." And from the effects of frost
The prospective pineapple planter northern parts of the State urge that freeze extended through the whole at Estero Creek and Chuckaluskee, as
must look elsewhere- ri in Southern other'parts of the State have frosts as State." His own tropical pets were above cited, it would seem that theyare
California for suitable climatic condi well as theirs, hence theirs is as goodas killed, and in his mind all of the "in- hardly safe on the coast north of
tions'in which to actualize his dreamsof the best. Georgia with equal nocents" had shared the "same fate. latitude 26. There is another area of
tropical luxuries. And as Floridais prosperity might say the same of But ours were alive and flourishing, considerable promise, the central lake
the only part of our National domain Florida.As and I invited him to come to our Is- region of South Florida. But here
that gives any promise of 'success a rule the further south you go land Home where he could see manyof the industry is yet in the experimental -
we turn to Florida with the in- on a given meridian the more exempt I the choicest tropical growths un. stage. If the verdict of time shall
quiry :, Where can pineapples be from frost. It is also true that at a touched by frost. actualize the hopes of these new set-
grown without protection ? As to the given time the gradations are far from At DeLand the temperature fell to tlers in this beautiful region they will
question of protection, I have given. it uniform. Along the frosty path thereare 19; Daytona, 27; Rockledge, 34; be indeed a favored people.Island .
but little thought', beyond some gen- more or l less skips near its south. Apopka, 29; Braidentown, 28. Home, Merrett's Island,Fla.
eral propositions. ern terminus but these skips do not At Fort Ogden on Peace Creek, in ..
I. A man who has a peculiar, relish always occur in the same place. latitude 27 a correspondent of the The Rose Slug Pest.
for the fruit of his own industry'might' This question of frost is one of the Dispatch wrote: "Guava bushes bad- Those who grow the hardy June
well afford to raise 'a few for homeuse most imporant in the pineapple prob. ly injured and some of them killed to roses will very often find them infest
though they cost him more thanto lem. Hence the propriety of studying the ground." ed by a miserable, slimy, wormlooking -
buy them in the market. 'it with 'considerable care. H. G. Bennett wrote from Fort object, eating finally all the green
2. A local market or fancy sorts "What man has done man can do." Myers to the Dispatch May 9th, 1884: from the leaves. The plant cannot
may justify their production by expen-" It is also true that what frost has done "We have had frost,in this valley at bring good roses without good, rich
sive methods. In England they are frost can do. Hence the record of the least half a dozen times,the past win- growth and foliage-hence wheneverthis
raised at a profit under glass past can be expected in the future. I ter." animal, called a rose slug, appears -
and in some places in Florida where have quite an extended record of the I Another correspondent writing from destroy it. Tobacco water,
more or less protection is necessary, cold waves that have visited our State. Estero creek, below Punta Rassa, in made from soaking tobacco stems,
they have been grown with decided in the last nineteen years. These latitude 2625', reported a temperatureof and,switched over the bushes with a
success. Each locality and largely items are from the signal service re 30, forming ice: "All my S,000 whisk brush in the absence of anything' .
each planter must determine this for cords where such records exist and pineapples badly frostbitten." better, will generally settle them, and,
himself. from newspaper reports. January, 1886, will probably be indeed, tobacco in almost any formis
3. When all come to the level of a We came here in the autumn of known for many years as the great death to insects, if not man. Either
general market and are compelled to 1875. The fiat/ cold wave after this freeze. The record for Tallahasseewas tobacco dust or snuff will do the busi-
meet its share of competion it will then date was Dec. 2d, 1876. Tomatoeswere 12; Jacksonville, 15; Cedar ness; so will the insecticides generally. -
appear how heavy a burden of expen not injured, neither were small Key, ISo; Brooksville, 18; Orlando, Even a heavy washing with
sive methods this industry can bear. guava trees, but pineapples were hurt 20; Tampa, 19; Manatee, 23; Pun whale oil soap they do not like.
The climatic condition necessary to ih some places. H. S. Williams, of ta Rassa, 27; St. Augustine, 17; But perhaps the simplest of all
the growth of this fruit presupposestwo Rockledge, in the Florida Agriculturist Rockledge, 22; Island Home, 25 means to use, owing to their slimy
things. I reported temperature "30 and icea and Key West, 41. This freeze nature, is some dusty material sifted
I. Exemption from frost. quarter of an inch thick." wrought sad havoc with our tropical over them-slacked lime, for example '-
2. The requisite amount of heat. The South Florida Journal said, "a pets." Our oldest mango tree was is death to them, and hot wood
Wherever the 'cultivation of tropical pond of water near Lake Jessup forty I killed.It ashes no less so. But as a very sim-
semi-tropical fruits is attempted the feet across entirely frozen over." was eight years old, and a foot in ple and easily obtained remedy, try .
question of frost is of the first -impor Brooksville reported "Ice every diameter near the ground, but had on one of the hottest days and right .
tance. At times the orange fever has morning for a week, and a tamarindtree never before shown the marks of frost.It from the full sun, the dust from the
extended over a large part of Califor- in full bearing killed to the had given us four heavy crops of macadam roads. Last year we succeeded -
nia;,but the growth of even the more ground." Punta Rassa, on the Gulf fruit, and of the crop 01 1885 we sold in warding off the close neigh
hardy/of the citrus fruits is now con coast, was a signal service station for twenty-five pecks at a dollar a peck. bor, the cherry slug, completely, by a
fined within narrow limits and frost nearly twelve years, and its lowest Another test of climatic conditions, dusting over his jacket of this sub-
has been the cause. At one time the record was 33, on January 7, 1879. and one more easily applied than ther- stance. Wherever the hot dust tell
pineapple fever was quite generalin Here it was 36, and at Jacksonville mal records, is what one sees growingin on him he never succeeded in ridding
Volusia, Orange and Sumter 25. December 29, 1880, Jacksonville any given region, provided it has himself of it, and soon dried up and
counties but now they are grown in 19; Palatka, 21; Enterprise, passed the experimental stage and be- died. It is surely a very simple
these counties under sheds for protec- 23; Sumter county, 26; Rockledge come an established product of that remedy.
tion.Some 32; Island Home, 34. At Point Pi- region. As the record of the ages is -..--
people will tell us that these nellas "ice formed a quarter of an found in the rocks so is the record of
How's This !
sheds are for purposes of shade but inch'thick," and the Key West Demo- climatic conditions found in the floral i
only the tenderfoot will believe it. crat said; "We hear that the frost has products of any region. Much of the We offer One Hundred Dollars reward -
Wherever, provision is made for injured the tomato plants at Chucka- flora of South Florida is common alsoto for any case of Catarrh that
covering the plants you may be sure luskee." This cold wave, while very the West Indies, and the northern cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
that the '''thought of frost is the inspir- severe in the northern part of the limit of these tropical forms is nature's Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co.,
ation of the: work. Much has been State had expended most of its force boundary between the tropical and Toledo, O.
said in the past about the "frost line" by the time it reached the 29th parallel semitropical, being also the northern We, the undersigned, have knownF.
and the' line of the: "hurtful frost." of latitude. North of this line most boundary of the pir eapple belt of Flor- J. Cheney for the last 15 years and
All frosts are hurtful but the degreeof of.the oranges were frozen on the trees, ida.- With these tests intelligently applied believe ,him perfectly honorable in all
hurt depends upon the severity of while south 'of ,this line comparatively there is little danger of the be- his business transactions and financi- .
the frost; Just to the extent that little damage was done. ginner locating too'far north, as many ally able to carry out any obligations
tropical vegetation is frozen to that In December, 1882, the lowest point have done in former years. made by their firm.
extent it is "hurt. Some surfaces reached here was 36, while at De- I The pineapple area of Florida can WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
radiate heat more readily than others. Land it was 28; Leesburg, 28; Point I hardly be bounded by exact geographical Toledo, 0.WALDING >
Upon such a surface the dew may be Pinellas, 29; Punta Rassa, 36 and lines. In gerneral terms the KINNAN & MARVIN,
frozen while tender vegetation near Sara Sota, 32. northern limit on the mainland of the Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
by is not hurt. All the "no frost" A correspondent of the Florida east coast is near the 28th parallel, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
area of the United States is in Florida Agriculturist, December 26, 1882, while on the east side of the Indian nally, acting directly upon the blood
and that too in the far South. But writes: "We had frost through the River it extends nearly to the north and mucous surfaces of the system.
absolute/exemption/ from frost is not entire 'Manatee region during the recent end of Merritt's Island, thence south- Testimonials free. Price 750 per
necessarY' to' successful" pineapple cold spell. Ice was ward wherever suitable soil can be bottle. Sold by all druggists. .
culture. South of'28 on the Atlantic formed in vessels of water nearly found to the Florida Keys and west- s
'coast and '27 on' the Gulf coast, a everywhere." ward to the lower Gulf Coast. I Avon' Park has had another "side-
pineapple crop'is, in no more danger January, 1884 another cold wave As to its northern limits on the walk bee," fifty-eight men laying one '
from frost than the 'corn crop of Ohioor sent its icy breath far down into the Gulf coast, the Fort Myers Press says : and a half miles of plank sidewalk;
''Illinois, 'or the wheat crop of Vir State. At this place the' lowest temperature "We cannot; too strongly urge against four boards wide, making'' a total 'of
ginia. North' of I this line there are, was 36, with some frost' 'in embarking; the cultivation 'of the five'miles of'good'sidewalk. ."

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FJ1l\'dE] R Rip) T'R t1e1E earliest convenience you will greatly well liked by many people for cakes. It[ also relies largely upon the amountof

oblige. A. & W.' S. CALDER. But instead of cutting off the later water which the roots furnish to

Celery ,Between Sweet Potatoes. Grahamville. Fla. ripening heads we.should prefer thresh I the'plant and to the leaves. It is well

Editor Farmer and Fruit.Growej; The following from a Texas- author- ing it stalk and all: Remove the con known that plants develop many more

I should like to confirm your lively ity will probably answer your purpose: cave from the machine and all is ready, roots on a poor soil than on a fertileone.

correspondent Rural, in what he says and the seed is cleaned and the fodderis These roots go deeper and make
A correspondent at Velasco, Tex., left in the best Of exertions obtain
of celery culture. He pushes Mr. shape. course strenuous to over a
writes that he is experimenting with the shredded fodder be well food the
Doubting Thomas Bystander to the must large area the necessary for
kaffir corn, but does not know how to
stacked under One of
wall and pummels him with facts. or put cover. plant. .
harvest it to make both seed and fod- our most successful Divide farmers
In other words these
Fertilizers moisture work and faith roots adapt
der. It should be cut six inches above drills with one-horse drill be- the of the
are the requisites, with due regard to rye a themselves to wants plant.
the proper time of the year. the ground and: shocked in the same tween the rows just after he cuts the Wherever a particle of food is found
manner as corn fodder. If cut early, seed with knife and leaves the this
Last fall my farmer set a row of a water necessary to transport
say when first seeds are ripening, remainder of the stalk the soil the
celery in or near an old flat'ditch and standing, particle from throughout
the outcome was an even stand of as sprouts will start from the roots and a which, with the young rye, makes plant. To a plant then growing in a
second crop of two or three feet in fine feed for stock fall winter thin its nourishment
fine celery as I ever saw; full size, ten- soilseeking every-
der, crisp, delicately flavored and perfectly height can come on. Even in this and early spring. The merits of kaf where, a larger amount 'of water is
dry climate, when cut on August i it fir corn not known but needed this
bleached. After using all we are yet fully to move food from greater
makes a second growth. As soon as we believe there is extent of and if
than the
wanted he sent, by steamer, two boxes a large depths areas same
to New York ; five dozen stalks to the first seed heads are sufficientlyhard the West and South to which it will nourishment was furnished in a'limited -

each box. The proceeds were not to save, go through the field and be found desirable for either forage or area. On rich soils the roots are
par- cut off all the heads and put them in
seed.-Field and Farm. fewer and confined to a much smaller
ticularly encouraging or discouragingabout
some place where they will dry out.
2 cents a stalk. Last winterwe -- space therefore less water is requiredfor
Here we could throw them on the its
had no severe frosts but we had How to Modify Drouth. transportation. Experimentshave
and would cured.
ground they soon
seasonable rains. shown that on poor 'land over
This the will The editor of the N. O.
This have cutting of early heads agricultural twice as much water is evaporated for
summer we' an acre of allow the strength of the stalk to go Time -Democrat has a well considered each of
broken land with one pound dry matter obtainedin
newly set sweet
up to the smaller heads, of which thereare article on this subject. His reasoning,
the fertile soil.
as Hence
vines. Rows five and half crop upon
potato a often from one to three, and bring I based on the rich alluvial bottoms of of
the necessity planting corn thinon
feet The intention is very
now to
apart.and well fertilize furrow them to a much larger growth, and so Lousiana, is not altogether applicableto poor lrnd, while fertile land in the
a be-
open increase the seed yield.In the silicious soils of Florida. But
tween the rows and set. the ,celery same locality under the same rainfall
a large way in the West these the following points are pertinent: will make an excellent with twiceor
inches crop
plants 4 or 5 apart. Cultivate first ripening heads are ,cut with the The first answer would be to incor- thrice the stand.It .

carefully, and having dug the potatoesat great grain headers. Before frost cuts porate amore vegetable matter in the has been shown that the corn
the time the crop
proper turn ridges over it all at the ground, shock in the field soil every year, plow one or two will about of
the for evaporate 300 pounds Water
against celery bleaching.Shall .
until cured and then stack the sameas inches deeper, and by this process each of elab-
to pound dry matter
probably give a top dressingof corn fodder. If the blades onlyare obtain a deep, mellow vegetable loam, ''
orated when grown 'upon a soil whereit
nitrate of soda during the winter
desired, as is quite common in capable of withstanding a drouth of
finds all the food required. On
and poor
depend upon the plants being set from four six weeks..
some sections, gather them and cure to
soil 600 and 800
even pounds were
in the for
necessary in the same way. Where kaffir corn Secondly, by simply increasing the required. From these experiments our
moisture. L. H. A. of the soil. It is well known
is raised only in small quantities the fertility
St. Nicholas, Fla. true policy would be to make our soils
.- ---.<. seed can be fed to any kind of stock that for every pound of dry matter rich, in order to conserve our ill-distributed -

Curing Kaffir Corn. ; without threshing. The heads can be obtained in our various crops from 300 rainfalls and obtain from them

Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: ''f I cut off with a corn knife, the same as to 800 pounds of water has been maximum results.Strawberries .

We have some kaffir corn, almost cane tops, either before or after cut- evaporated to make it. In other

ready to cut and.cure for forage andas ting. In larger quantities, the headsare words, during growth there has been .

we have not had any practical ex- generally threshed with a common evaporated through the plants this In West Florida.

perience with the cutting and curing threshing machine, and the seed fed much water in order to produce the We have just passed through one ofthe

of it, we take the liberty of asking as other grain, or a much better wayis elaboration of one pound of dry matter.It worst strawberry seasons '''I. have

you for information. Is it cut and to have it ground as chop with corn, has been recently shown that the ever known. From the time our

shocked in the field and left there to rye or oats or alone. ,Fed without amount of water thus required is far plants first began to bloom, which was

cure, similar to the way corn stalksare grinding there is much that is not greater on poor soils than on fertile early in December, :until the first of

cut and cured in the.North, or is digested, thus overcrowding the stom- ones. The richer the soil, the less April, we had too many frosty nights

it" allowed to remain spread 'on the ach, perhaps to detriment and certainly water required to !make this pound of and too much cold rain. We com-

ground, and be sun cured, same as to no good purpose. dry matter. It has been further shown menced picking the Michel on the

any other forage? If you will adviseus Ground and 'bolted as meal, or that,evaporation does not wholly depend 16th of January and have been pick-

i in'reference to this matter,,at your rather more like buckwheat flour, it.is on the surface area of the leaves. ing right along up to the present

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(June 20th.) It has been a very long Rights of the Railroads and the i that does not,carry stock that is two- and never will be which can preventan

strawberry season, but not given as People. thirds water. One is bonded of ,$21- unfortunate shipper now,and then
much fruit as some other seasons on Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: 600 a mile. Where are the shares from 'getting postage stamp returns.

j account of the'drouth following since In the June 2d issue, in considering and where are the millions of acres But there is a power-the people wIll

the first of April. 'the question of a Railroad Com- given by the people to this piece of discover it some day-which can enact

Many writers seem to think that mission, you say the railroads are not greed that has at least $14,000 a equitable rates of general application
mulching strawberry plants is the heard from. Why'then do they pub- mile in bonds more than the road and enforce their observance. Thatis

proper thing to do in any and all partsof lish a newspaper at the metropolis to'' honestly cost. It is not long since an all that fair-minded shippers want.

the United States. Let me say to advocate their "so-called" right to be old railroad contractor who has built .
all such that here we cannot use any let alone ? While the F. and F. G. thousands of miles of railroad out Cow Sucking; Herself.

mulch at all, for the reason that it disclaims its right to enter into the west said : "I should like to have the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower.I .
makes such a fine harbor for crickets, question "beause it is called politics," contract to build all the railroads in
will be glad indeed if
black and as the representative of the Florida broad and very you or
long bugs cut worms. They paper gauge 70 pound some of subscribers will tell
hide under it during the day and come grower,and shipper, it should not take rails for $10,000 a mile, rolling stock your for mea
remedy breaking a cow-
out at night and eat all the fruit. We any negative position, but openly and all at $12,000, and I would not who had lost her first young calf-from
have to keep all rubbish off the ground. stand for what the editor and proprietor want to build anymore railroads, but
sucking herself. I have tried
Michel; Beder Wood and Gem are deems to be right. As a large could live at my ease all my life." And but have failed far. many
' varie- and shipper and a practicalman the roads have ways ..
our most productive very early grower narrow gauge not cost
Very respectfully
ties. If they were only first class he must know the people are over: $5,000 a mile. Running Florida A. J. TEAGUE.,

shippers we should be happy. I wish right. trains (barring accidents) is not very
Lady Lake, Fla.
some one would be kind enough to The idea conveyed in the second expensive work, but the heavy expense -
tell me of some, variety that will be as paragraph is that the corporations or is paying interest on water, and Make a framework, like the four
early and as productive as the above common carriers (let us call things by every grower ,and shipper pays for legs of a chair and place it on her
mentioned and handle as wellas their right names) who hire "young that. H. W. O. MARGARY. neck ; it will prevent her from reach-

Lady Rusk or Gandy. men" to do certain work, during cer- Eustis Fla. ing back to her udder. The dimen-

Warfield, No. 2, E. P. Roe, Jewell, tain hours, therefore own these men, sons of it you will have to ascertainby

Parker Earle, Bessie, Cloud, Crawford, body, soul and conscience, or refuseto THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER cutting. and trying.
Stevens, Stayman's No. i, Pearl and employ them. Is that the tyrannyyou treats the Railroad Commission purelyas .
Richelieu are total failures here. endorse? We have always un- a business proposition and not one Keeping Seed Cane.

Leader gave me some fine fruit, but derstood from the time life in its busi-- of ethics or politics at all. With the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:

when the drouth came it gave up the ness form became our daily occupa- relations between the corporations arid I desire to plant a patch of sugar

I ghost. tion, nearly fifty years ago, that when their employes we f have absolutely cane, but none of my neighbors are
Hoffman does poorly; some fruit and the employe had done the work he nothing to do. If the latter chooseto raising it, so it is rather difficult to get

many plants. I. was hired to do, whether it was copy- organize clubs for political work, seed cane. Bv sending off a short

Van Deman did poorly this year. ing letters, keeping books, acting messenger that is their own business. If distance I can get the cane in the fall,

Woolverton,a grand berry and plant; (we had no telegraphs or tele- the corporations exercise "tyranny"over but it i is rather difficult to procure it
stands drouth splendidly. phones in those days),- his time was them and discharge them for a in the spring. Will it do to plant the

Sanders, a grand berry; not early his own ; and that as to his political, religious -' failure to vote right, that is a proof cane in the fall ? The land- is muck. .
enough for profit. or social views, the employer that they possess no backbone and no Any information will be thankfully

Edgar Queen, a failure. would tacitly say : "Am ,I my broth value,for no corporation will dischargea received by WM. F. HAWLEY
er's keeper?" out of hours-that is thoroughly useful workman becauseof Gilmore, Fla. .
Lady Rusk, rather a shy bearer, but ,
It would be risky to plant it in the
it is a grand shipper. "I have nothing to do with his politicsor independence of character. In any
I fall of in
account of
on dry rot case a
Gypsy gives us some fine fruit, but i religion, or whether he is social or event-it is a matter for the courts or ; drouth in
mold of
long or case heavy
not enough of it. misanthropic in Jiis habits, whetherhe for the legislature and not for an agricultural rains. Your best would be
plan to
Prize has stood the drouth well, and seeks his pleasures and recreationson journal. in
it bank with
the river at the bat in the The corporations have rights and place a clamp or as
is looking like a green bay tree; it is or it with soil
very productive and a grand shipper; study; all this, so long as he lives a the people have rights ; the latter are sweet then potatoes with, cover a board roof. lightly In'-

not early enough to suit me. decent life and does not bring scandalon paramount-if the people have sense this
C. Downing stands the drouth us, and does what he is engagedto and force enough to make them so, way you can regulate
amount of in the soil
splendid, but fruit is too small and do, is nothing to us." through the legislature and the supreme cover-
the roof which
ing, by removing (
But now things seem to have law. If the people can not

soft.Lovett. has done well again, but.not changed, and this change began be- muster men and money enough to need only dry.be Next weighted fall if) reminded and sprinklingwhen of it

as well .as usual; season too dry. tween 1861 and 1864, under military whip the railroad forces at the pollsor will minute, instructionsfor ,
we give
Big Bob is a grand producer, but pressure, and appears to never have in the courts, then they are serfs you
fruit is too soft. been wholly relaxed in the North or and deserve to be fleeced. They can constructing a clamp.

Bidwell stands drouth well. South, and is one of worst tyranniesthat do it. The mustering of the men and

Gandy; some fine fruit; not enoughof have cursed our once free nation, money to whip the fight, and the .
it, is the cry. as the results of that war which createdfor handling of them-that is politics, ,

Bessie is the worst failure 1 ever a time a military necessity in or- and with politics this journal has noth-
saw. der to arrest espionage and traitors.In ing to do. Bowker'sFertilizers

Jay Gould thus far has done nothing the third paragraph you say 'It THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWERhas
; shall discard it. is very certain that they will not push more than once stated that it is in

Regina, a failure. the shippers so hard on transportation favor of a Railroad Commission as a are

Noonan, worthless. rates as to drive them clear to the purely business institution, based on
Soluble, because they have been
,. Warren scalds too much to be prof- wall," etc. The facts do not sustain a strong and sound organic law. We .
assertion because in the last Commission around treated with chemicals, and
itable. the sea- want a not to go
Boynton : if this would only color son when a few postage stamps in the country talking about the people's : hence are soluble in the waterof

all over I would increase the size of : many instances paid the returns on a rights, but to save their money, to enforce the soil.
my patch. car of oranges-the common carriers the decent handling and speedy

Wilson Albany used to be our grand took good care to get their extortions transfer of freight at a fair rate, to Active, because, being soluble,

berry, but it seems to have run out. I and laughed in their sleeves at the prevent discrimination. We can have they are quickly absorbed by
Crescent: it burns out; no good.- I fools who are working for them this sort of a commission if the voters. .
Letter in Southern Planter.BarnCured While the railroads of Florida have, send the right kind of men to Talla growing crops.

M'J.. .-.-*- of course, done a good deal to bring hassee-not "silver-tongued orators"or
Sure, contain a/lthe
Hay. people here, yet had they acted honestly wire grass bumpkins who will en- they

Mr. A. J. Bowen writes us: I wish faithfully and with some degreeof act a law requiring railroads to tele-' elements required .for early,

to say to Mr. Chesebro that his planof magnanimity, and helped a little graph and bulletin the death of a vigorous growth, in soluble,

having racks in his barn to dry hayon over hard times, the growers and I spotted yearling steer with a swallow active forms.
is a good one to tide over bad spellsof shippers would not have damned them I fork in the right and a crop and an

weather, but all hay must have its for a set of devil fish as they do. underbit in the left-but men who are I Send for circular, mailed free.

final curing in the sun-shine. If well Have they not, while helping to in- used to handling money, men to I

cured in the sun and then left on these crease wealth, also introduced a very whose eyes a railroad pass does not i 74 Bay street Savannah Ga.
racks till winter it :will be musty even questionoble if not actually immoraland look large enough to eclipse the .1 ;
when cured enough to keep well when pagan kind of civilization ? moon.

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" G. Fletcher relatesjn: the Gainesville Edited! by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS, lot. DR ";
I am a little hurried today in ;
Sun now he has grown: large crop g St.-Thomas-: Fla. mywriting'as
of 'pears, much above the ,average of r 1 --- I have some* watermelonreserves
.his neighbors, by the use of pulverized CraokerLog Houses-Pr. on ''hand. Your Summer
native: rock composed of carbonate serves. Housekeeping'suggested to me the
and phosphate of lime, with the addi For Our Rural Home. idea! of writing'a chapter on the Southern

tion of a little,sulphate of.potash. Your correspondent Mary owed me:,I methods of making preserves i in
as an'individual l, 'neither 'apology'nor the old days when I 'was young, the
This the
season sore eyes. Thereare 'explanation. The "term as she used i it ways'my' mother'taught' 'me.. I have :....',)
few of this ..
a cases most '
annoying ,
was of general l application, and'' to now twelve quarts of watermelon rind _
complaint in our community. How, persons east of the Suwannee river i in reserves, and 'soon the pears and i :"
many such cases would be prevented this State it"means a native'or a Southerner figs will come on. I fear we shall BAKING \\e,.
or greatly relieved and how much suffering '
of long residence; but throughout have no peaches, but the blessedcuppernong !
avoided if f .
those who
feel '
symp' the South' generally it is not sown grapes will help outwonderfully .'I"" ,,,'
toms of this disease would ,
taking use derstood. It is'a class distinction and in the way of somethingof
the following remedy : Take a handful is'i :with which POfR
: synonymous hoosier, tackey to make delicious pies, and
of borax dissolve in basin of
a and backwoodsman. It is a term of then the wild plums and crabapples.
water water with teaspoonful of camphor derision and implies inferiority as well 1 But I am spinning out too long a MOST PERFECT MADE
added. Bath the eyes freely,usingwarm as a lack of mental and social culture. letter, so now if you will pardon the A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder, l4ri
water if there is much soreness, I know whereof affirm.. I am a bit of personal history and anythingelse from Ammonia, Alum or any other adultenaft,
burg otherwise Commercial.The cold water. will'do.-Lees- native of Middle Georgia ; have livedin that may need pardoning, I will 1 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.

Florida fifty six 'years, 'and am six go to my kettles and leave you to
grape ,crop for the season of f ,ty-four years oldI!. am aware that rest awhile. many as four rooms-two on each
1894 is exhausted, so. far as, Mbultrie age does not always- give prominence AUNT FANNY. floor-if desired. Were I to build
and vicinity are concerned. SQ far a scan in 'wisdom nor 'even in knowledge, Marianna, Fla. again I would make a. solid brick
be learned the supply has not but in this instance f claim the latter. P. S. I like little foundation wall all around, instead of
equaled the demand for white Niagaras I have heard ,the epithets, cracker,' sweets don't a ? spice in my building, on piers, as then the --floors
notwithstanding that the embargo hoosier and tackey'applied indiscriminately you would not be so cold in the winter.
placed on the crop by the railway : to'persons'of boorish manners Dr. Price's Cream. Don't get Northern soft pine doors,
troubles necessitated the shippers seek and dress void'of taste and good style' World's Fair Highest Baking Powder but, cypress instead. There is no
ing markets in New York instead of since my earliest recollection. The ... .Medal and Diploma. common wood equal to hard pine for
Chicago, where the first shipment was crack of a cattle driver's whip has no Building Home. inside finish. Both hard pine and
started, but had to, be directed east more to do with the origin of one of For Our Rural Home. cypress should not be painted inside, ,
ward. That the season for Moultrie these terms than the other. In what The editor of the Home Departmentof but oiled and varnished instead. The
grapes in this city ended; so early'is I have said I have not meant THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER cost is about the same and the oil
owing to the demands made on the to be in the slightest degree ill-na invites i ''suggestions about the buildingof finish looks better and wears better.
growers for supplies''by the Ponce de tured. I fully understood your correspondent's a Florida home. Having built a Plaster-hard finish is cleaner
"Leon Wine company, having its cellars meaning and should not home here on the Gulf coast, almost and freer from insect homes than is
on the south bank of Moultrie have'recurred to the subject but that in sight of Florida, I will venture a pine ceiling, but costs somewhat more,
creek, to keep the presses in operation the use of the term too often,repeated few hints. and a plastered house requires a firm
As it is the company, the .presidentand is prejudicial to the circulation ot t A warm country requires that a rest foundation.
manager of which, is Mr.., E. Dubois i- the two agricultural papers of this dence should be but one'tIer of roomswjdea Galleries should be at least eight feet
of Tallahassee, was only able to State. It rouses a spirit of resentmentbecause narrow house, but long. Then wide, and the entire length of the
.. make something over 11,000 gallons of our people understand ,the there can be doors or windows or both house on the south., Split and shaved
wine, about one half. of the intended term as I have stated. on opposite sides of every room, thug s (drawn shingles last longer than, ,
yield for this, the first year, for the reason If your friends insist upon too increasing a circulation of air inside i il; sawed. Get the best flooring ,throughout. '
that the growers who promised: t houses permit me to give an outlineof there is any'stirring, even" the faintest The door frames, window,
supply the wine company with grapestook a rustic front I saw once, the effect, breeze, outside. One long side of the 'frames, etc., are made more cheaplyand
advantage of. the unexpected of which was pleasing. A long roofor house should front the direction of prevailing better at the factory than
demand and shipped the great bulk of shed extended the whole length of. winds in warm weather, here the by hand at the building. The inside
their crop.TimesUnion.From the house'on the front, which was also south. The windows should be numerous finish lumber should but cut to width
November till March is the the south side of the building. Cedar the upper end of the sash'not less at the planing mill. In fact, every=
season for chopping,boxes, which gen trees with low growing limbs were cut than six feet above the level of the floor. thing needed that can be bought ready
erally average 354 x 7 x 14 inches, cut and' these limbs were removed so as This matter of securing all the summer finished should be bought ,that way,
from 4 to 6 inches from the ground to leave stubs from three to six inches breeze that is going is of enough importance leaving as little to be done at the;
The cold season is chosen for chopping long. The bark was removed and to justify careful forethoughtwhen building as may be. It pays to, hang
boxes as being best adapted for th.ese'tree posts were set firmly in the the plans for the house are making windows. with: weights, the saving in_
the preservation of tree life. If oxes'were earth twelve feet from the walls'of the broken glass will soon pay for the.
cut in the hottest weather the house' and supported the roof. A The old Southern idea of a central l weights. Wire screens should, be.
tree'would bleed: too freely in the be porch was'framed eight feet wide and hall is a most sensible one. If there'is provided for all doors and windows. .
ginning, thus causing many of themto twenty feet long, 'joined! to the house. but one room in the house make Before beginning to build-a,good,
die. During ,this season'' many The roof extended four feet furtherout'than that room a hall. The hall should while before it maybe-draw. and,redraw .
laborers are employed, who easilyearn the floor, thus protecting the have double doors, both front and your plans. Mark not only the
from $1 to $2 per day, in which floor'from the weather. The spacesat back. This gives a circulation of air,, exact place of every door, window'd t '
time the producer has continual l! :the ends uncovered by the floor and' if the upper half of each door is ol shelf,but the place of every large piece
outgo of currency, thus requiring himto were set with plants that require protection glass no windows are needed. The of furniture in each room, changing!
have a strong financial .backbo e from the sun'and beating rains. glass doors will cost no more extrathan doors and windows to make them,fit
or bend on the brisk winds' of a Vines were trained og.: 'the posts but windows would cost, are more the furniture. But do all the,planning

broken'' policy.As were not'necessary''Cor'creens in any sightly and take less wall space. before work begins. Any change ,,of.
the warmer day draweth nearer very great degree This front w snot As the average housewife either plan after that makes double cost
The producer's eye seemeth clearer; attached 'to a log' house, but does her'' own 'kitchen work, or superintends l- Knowing just what is,wanted, is,a great ,
and from March till, November, all would be'a pretty finish for one. it, the '''kitchen' should b e' saving of time. The most satisfactoryway
things being equal, there should be> As to window shutters hung aboveth.e under the same roof as the'rest'of the to build is. to hire by' the day and
more or.less; income. To the .contrary windows, I have never seen any house, and,if possible next the dining be there yourself. .
notwithstanding, for the l last two arranged and do not think I want room: It is well to have 'an outside In ending these scattering suggestions '
years the industry has given 'a-' merepittance any. If the windows are to be left chimney for the kitchen fire, as a I may mention that a ,$10 log
hardly enabling the producer open at night wire screens become a brick chimney holds heat for a considerable i- cabin paid for is a more comfortable .
to live. During the hot months necessity, and in your section theymaY' time, and is as likely to be home than a $10,000 residence mort ...
each box is streaked,once a week and'dipped be necessary as a protector giving it off during a-* warm night as gaged. JUD ,PIERCE.
as often as filled. The best against mosquitoes,' but it is not so; any other time. For heating'the' Spring Hill,Mobile County....... Ala.
turpentine and rosin are made from with us; I have not had a net for abed house in ,cold weather a "stack" 'FOR DYSPEPSIA,
the crude extracted nearest the in my house in ,fifteen Jears.The' chimney, near the'center of the house jnd1gestion'and Stomach disorders,take "-
ground.Green Cove Spring;' ordinary window blind is all'I' is best. This allows'fireplaces in 'as: All dealers keep it;!$1 per bottle: 'Gezmmehaa"txadamark : : ,:f t
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bitters Is nature's strengthener and :\\t : ; : ':' ''., pie in usual >manner;; take.about twenty
t renewer-brown's Iron bitters Is 1t ) ; : i:; ;? :: ; : : i' walnuts, chop and add to the custard.
Iron combined with other healthgiving : ,< This will color the ,pie dark, but .\the
remedies-brown's Iron bitters Pantry 6x6 ,!\ ,'; :'$ ,: : :, lavor.isrich! and exceedingly'-delicious

',contains;>> nothing Injurious to I' 'Tea i Jelly.-A new dessert, has, been
the youngest child- 'siron ; :of'; >: ;:}'2-. : :,q FL'_ recently introduced, and finds? great favor
bitters is the best enricher In the
world ''for the ''bloOd-brown' Iron > ..,,, ., ,'(h'- withjovers of "the.cup that cheers. ,Its
,. r! very easily'made. Soak a'box off gelatine -
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; bitters Is a cure for Indigestion, biliousness I
,constipation and nervous i'J6 _ S L in water1 'enough to dissolve. then
ness-brow Iron' bitters does notdiscolor ct-a y' pour on one'-pint of-strong tea, and add
the the'teeth-get'a bottle ..ifi. one cup of white ;sugar; stir and strain
today-but get: the genuine. i through; a jelly bag*.into.mould.. Aa

Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. '. soon as cool put. on ice"to- .stiffen., -- Serve- .

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a week. Ezeluiirt '
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Fishes for a family bone mlnaU.WibM r < .
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without wetting the handj. Tea : ; well-cleaned currants to a large loaf.
path the button, the mwhlii de ,
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ENIASKEI, and cheerful wires. No scalded* t .: .: !" these ingredients QveHt, Let it rise for.

lit fiBgers.noioiledhandsor durable,warranted.Circnlarifre : Pie.- One grated
Pineapple -- cupful
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kitchen, floor or other I .. ,:.:."..Srl., .,["':..,"'..?..,. .
your any ....- '. ",":\*<...<1'", .. It[ improves it to add-the beatenwhites
floor that you do not wish to carpet > .. '! .. 18 feet', ::;,.,<1:;.,., ',..,.,'f",. 'q" 4'" s."c.i J. I '.' .. of an egg'or .';two ;after1.i it'is' taken .from

shows unsightly cracks try the, follow. I ....f., :".-i".: ..--.*..' I' _:I 1" he fire. To" bd'baked. -,without. ? : -."upper.,.

ing recipe for them : One pound of I I' .',., .- f... I crust.Eaccliaige.} .-
flour, three quarts of water and a I '." ."" -'v .'. ".4":, '. .' I ..-

teaspoonful of alum and, make a pasteof ",,.,,"..'.. ,, '. ..' ".;'.< ''. Health.Hints.. '
': -
them, cooking well together. After I ,.. ; '.;;,': ..... ,,' I Sponging. the face with 'buttermilkwill

removing it from the stove stir into it I ,, '"''c' .. .- .Piazza...J'J .8x16, "'.. '.:"'. ,: I giYC.reli r.from .sunburri.4. ...

a,, lot of paper that is .torn in small ; ;: .. ',,:'; >':.: },: ;;: ;
I. r" >!>' the with cool) cold
baby not
Sponge ,
pieces and let it soak, stirring as muchas "
and rub
water bedtime dry. _
you can. The paper should bestirred I .. .

until it is all in a pulp and the 1------- _ _,_ -.::: _\ -1: One of the very best remedies for

mass is so thick that it is difficult to Ground. .Floor.. burns:"or' scalds is" bi-cbrbonate. f'sodi"I' .

stir longer. Apply it to the cracksbe .; .. ; 'i"" ,"..1 .' ,. ... ([common baking soda), laid on thickly.It .

sure the floor i is freshly cleaned ..; r.. ....,,.... -" ,1 J will draw the fire out and :prevent

first-and .force it in, smoothing it off I a blister.

even with the surface. Leave 'it to The Purdue University Experiment

dry thoroughly, and'you will find Closet 3x6. Station, of 'Lafayette, Indiana, issuesa

that ,it is more lasting and a great deal bulletin entitled =:''A Substitute, for

cheaper than putty., This can be ,if' .,, .....3' ,' .' -.' '1ny .. '..'' Coffee," commending) 'the soja bean

painted right over as though it were -- 4 I.:'t' \ ., '. ,; for: :that purpose. It tells., all .about, ;

wood.- tsb Dispatch.. y ._ .... r.7Xz12 1 "' ,i',' :. growing it and preparing it for the

;{: .. :'., \yrs... ,,', -t j table.! It i is well\ worth! s'endingJor;

A Cheap Cottage. (.:< :. u .:< .. ..: ,, ..' as it :will ,be 'economy. to grow 'one's. ,,

For Our Rural Home" '., '. ,.' ; own coffee. .
; : :':'w"l; ; .
for small house
enclose plan a .' ;, : .. : .. An awful sight of mischief is done
j. : : ; };;:':' -
that suits me,well. You see it has convenient -- .,.. .. ; .', 'c. -
I .. .. "'. the farmer and his hired folksby not

closets and they are seldom ,'; ;iV .. ; c' putting on more apparel in the evenings -"

found in houses here. The plan .- :- ''\ ,t.,t ",. r.1.1.\. .. .. { ,"...r a' 1'14 :.ith y.. aI 'when wet 'with'perspiration
for itself and needs but little re' '
shows .
; -
'i' from the labors of the day. Hheumatism .

explanation. Some would prefer to :. ', sciatica, catarrh, dysentery arid .
set the, kitchen back and detached "
I : J..'; i many other diseases are brought .on
from the house and it can be done. to .,
f ;; :'; .;;t"': \ /. :<' I in that way. No mistake about;it
suit. A point'I had in view is, if ,, ;- ;': '
.. .
> A girl who has been properly .trained
more room is wanted, an addition of .:', ,: :} J. : .- -f ; ;" : ,;. ,: 'and 'is 'well on her "way to .womanhood
: ? -:;
about the same size can be ,put on the ,. ., *.. .. .. ;
.. '
.l..... ;".\j J'sad; : "",7Kx12Jt. ;,,: ,' i.i" ,. should know enough to feel'and.
i left hand ,end': of the main part' giving ., ., 1"--1:II' : ,?%,: "-.-. ... ... .,..p' ", for '
{ be her
( ;" 't responsible capita},
t as much more room and not mar the ; >:. :,..
: -... stock of nervous of 'cheerfulness
The ; energy,
looks of the house. back piazza r.'J
'." ., .-. :of good digestion, of strengthand
: "
of .
would be a good place to eat 'a part Closet u6 : '
,. '
'" If.' I and able to maintain her
the time. It 'would not need to be an .k", vigor,
-i 1' TI. forces; holding in reserve. enoughstrength
expensive house but it fills my idea }
I. "'.... to' carry her over an emergency
for convenience. .
.. 'i. : -
A. .J. ALDRICH.. -. ._. ".'.: ,..,.. ,' '.' ::" ,'. .. : i. I -,.....,.. _..-"._..., .. ._ resting, sleeping, exercising;'.
". .a), ', :'' :.":r'f'.- .. ', ;, 'J Second Floor.- ''.'' ,' dieting the'commonsensefeshibnfI' ;
Orlando, Fla. '

"1 1\:" \. ;: / .,_ < : :,,:: '; "S'r' ..
; : '
.. ':. ,." ', ;, '. .., : .1. ', ,( < .::IF r -o ; :. i:. :, .' .. : ,..
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Pot and Kettle. Transportation Rates for Peaches-- sation? Would it not be a wise

$L05BA. Jacksonville invited the State to pay Reforms Needed.Mr. stroke of business policy thus to discount -

i80it9WEQ her a visit. The people responded to H. B. Heath, of Waldo, in the present for the sake of the

ARMS the number of several hundred; the May and June shipped 2,892 crates of immense gains in the future?
peaches, which sold for $1,862.82gross. ..
...- traditional latchstring was pulled out
No would with
its full length; and the visitors for the grower quarrel Protection from Lightning.
the prices received as the crates con-
TERMS OF; SUBSCRIPTION of a day or two did some
space very
tained each. The A recent U. S. Government bulle-
For One Year .............................82.00 vigorous "summer housekeeping," or only a half-peck
For'Six Months........:............... ..... z.oo i express charges were $871.10 ; the tin gives the latest information on this
In Foreign Countries..e... ................ 3.00 rather house-cleaning.. The pot was commissions $170.14 ; ]leaving him subject. From the recapitulation the
back kitchen
thrown the
..Subscriptions in all cases cash in summarily out $$811.58 net. This would be about following points are taken :
advance. No discount allowed on one's door. It was not as black as the
Erection of rods. Few
$2.25 a bushel. Out of this must be questionshave
own subscription(except in a club), but, to kettle, but it was not of the right
taken the of 80 been so thoroughly discussed
cost crates
liberal cash commission will ,
all agents a : shape and material; in fact, it was
obtained cents fertilizer cul from practical as well as theoretical
allowed on all subscriptions held be at all. ; picking, packing, ,
not to a
by them. Write for terms: pot tivation, etc., leaving him actuallyless standpoints as that of the certainty of
This contained "Railroad Commission"
To every new subscriber we will send, pot than 75 cents per bushel. This' the protection afforded by properly
postpaid, a copy'of Whitner's, "Garden and several other ingredients;
is the constructed lightning rods. All barns
not rate
a living though markets -
ing in Florida. For two new subscribers but t> the ejection of the vessel was heldto
at $2.00 each, we will send, be without prejudice to its contents. were nearly bare of peaches this and exposed buildings should have

postpaid, a 'copy of Moore's "Orange The will have to gatherup year, and Mr. Heath will probably lightning rods. Ordinary dwelling
Culture." owners simply quit the business. houses in city blocks have not the
the and them in the
Rates of advertising on application. contents put This is a sample case and the THE need for rods that scattered houses in
Remittances should be made by check, kettle, especially the "Railroad Commission" -
postal note money order or registered ingredient, which the peopleof FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER wishes, the country, and especially if on hill

letter to order of Florida the and shippers most respectfully, to present to the sides, have.
growers of the Southern Use a good iron or conductor. -
FARMER. : AND FRUIT GROWER do not want to have lost by means. managers Express copper
Jacksonville. Fla. any Company the following facts and re- If the latter, one weighing-about
flections : 6 ounces to the foot, and preferablyin

NOTICE Our neighbor, The Agriculturist By dilligent experimenting and culture the form of tape. If iron is used

very.properly calls the attention of the the horticulturists of South and and it seems to be in every way as

If you receive a copy ,of this people to the urgent necessity for a Central Florida have developed out of efficient as copper, have it in rod or

paper which yon did not order, remodeling of our assessment laws, the Chinese strain, the Peento and the tape form and weighing about! 35

consider it an invitation to sub- and the fact that, amid the discussionof Honey, several varieties which are acclimated ounces to the'foot. "A sheet of cop-

scribe.. If do not want it more exciting but not more impor- prolific and almost as sure per constitutes a conductive path for
you, tant issues, this one has been over yielders as the orange. The peach the discharge from a lightning stroke
kindly hand it to a neighbor.
looked. We see no hope of relief ina must ripen very early to escape the much less impeded by selfinductionthan

State Board of Equalization, for it rainy season and also to catch the the same quantity of copper in a

CONTENTS. could not cover the ground without profitable northern market, and this more condensed form, whether tabu-

working the whole year round. earliness, added to its natural charac- lar or solid." (Sir William Thomson.)
Culture in Texas; legislation Against; Neither will it avail simply to put the teristics, renders it extremely precarious The nature of the locality will determine -
Consignment; A Successful Rainmaker.. 483 assessors on their honor and and perishable only less so than to a great degree the need ofa
erect. of Cold,Storage........... ..:......: 484 county ,
THE PINERY-Editorial..:....... ............ 484 competency and trust them to work the strawberry. The strawberry is rod. Places apart but a few miles
Pineapples NO.4; Rose Slug'Pest.485 along the same lines of valuation, for shipped in cool weather, the peach in will differ greatly in the relative frequency -

FARMER AND TRUCKER-Celery Between Tomatoes : that is the present system and it is a about the hottest of the year. The of flashes. In some localitiesthe
; Curing Kaffir Corn;How to Modify There should bea erection of rod is
failure. which allowit in
Drouth; Strawberries in, West. _Florida,486 conspicuous strawberry brings prices a imperative. ;
Barn-Cured :'Rights of Railroads and printed outline schedule of real to be shipped in refrigerator boxesor others hardly necessary.

Seed People Cane.; Cow...Sucking.. ........Herself........;.'.Keeping.... .... 487 estate valuations, according to loca- cars at the expense of ten to twelve The very best ground you can get {
OUR RURAL HOME-I og Houses; Building a tion, fertility, etc.; a copy should be cents a quart, or $3.20 to $3.84 a is, after all, for some flashes but a very
Home............<........................ 488 furnished to every assessor; and he bushel poor one; therefore do not imaginethat
Cheap Cottage (diagrams) For the Kitchen
Floor; Recipes; Health Hints.; ..,......:. 489 should be required to mark the classi- Stations shipping small quantitiessend you can overdo the matter in
2DITORJAL-Potand'.Kettle; Transportationfor fication of every parcel of land in his them forward in ice boxes. the making of a good ground. For a

Railroad Peaches Commission; Protection; Land From Assessment Lightning; 490 roll. Then, when this is sent up to Peaches in average years do not bring great many flashes an ordinary ground

Markets............. ................... .... 491 the Comptroller, if it is found not to prices which would justify this ex- suffices, but the small resistance of
Inconsistent Orange Rates; Business No- conform pretty closely to the printed pense. They require a car load rate. 1.10 ohm for an intense oscillatory
tices; Weather and Crops................ 492
standard let him it for revisIon. With ventilated flash be the
MISCELLANEOUS-Peauut Meal: Windmills return a good car running on may dangerous. Bury
for Irrigation; Sea and Mountain Air; a schedule they could be earth plates in damp earth or runningwater.
Care of Leather..........................;:493 passenger ,
Chuck Steak; Fresh Flowers....... ........ 494 t sent to the northern markets in good .
Two men own contiguous farms, condition and bring the growers a fair "If the conductor at any part of the

and A has no drainage outlet except profit. course goes near water or gas mains it
Weather in Jacksonville. across the land of B. B says to him It requires a high degree of skill to is best to connect them. Whereverone

,, a. a CI.. Qa.!.. when he asks it: "You can sell your pick the peach at the right stage of metal ramification approaches an-

DATE. .. d. M rt .!-! bO, .Mean S-a 0 t+0' farm and go elsewhere; you have no maturity and properly ship it to secure other it is best to connect them metal-
00 00 ::g, :a o : Hai right to trespass on my land." But good condition and high prices on ar lically. The neighborhood of small
--- - -
July 24......... So' 77 90 71 19 80&I '0.20; the supreme law says to B: "You rival. This and its precariousness and bore fusible gas pipes and indoor gas
July 25 ........ 79 So 21 71 20. T must this easement the excessive for it will in should be avoided."
July 26......... "0 o 81 89 74 15 82 T give man an ; you express rate ( pipes general
*7......... 81 80 88: 73 15 80' o.0o I shall not force him to sell out. Neither not tolerate delay) have hitherto operated (Lodge.)
........ Si '
28! 77 86' 70 16 78
3"Jy 29 ...... 80 So 88 74 14 81 0.27 0.00 I shall you pinch him down, but you effectually to prevent growers The top of the rod should be platedor

30........... -79 71- 90- 68- -22 -79 -0 41 must allow him a foot or two feet-a. from planting enough trees at any one in some way protected from corro-

Mean ....... 80 0 78 o 89.0; 720 17.0 80.0 *o.88 ditch: sufficient to drain his land." point to be able to secure car load sion and rust.Independent.

.Total rainfall.. The'railroad', says to the shipper who lots and rates. grounds are preferableto

T-Trace. has ,no marketing outlet except on Now, in view of these facts, the water and gas mains.
E. R. D1 MAIN Observer.
.,,. that:line:: "You"are at liberty ship growers respectfully ask the managersof Clusters of points or groups of two

by any other line, or you can sell the Southern Express Company to or three along the ridge rod are recom-
Are any of our subscribers in needof your farm and go elsewhere. You consider the following suggestions: If mended.

oyster shell.lime'? It is well worth have no right to interfere in or controlour the company would guarantee them, Chain or linked conductors are of

applying to soils deficient in that element business." But the law says to say for three years, a much lower ex- little use. .

.If enough growers communicate the railroad-or should say-imperiously press rate than at present, by that Area of protection. Very little faithis
their wants in this directions a : "You must give this shipperan time enough trees would have been to be placed in the so-called area of

party stands ready to advertise it. outlet; you shall not force him to planted at several points in the Stateto protection. The committee that first

sell out. He cannot ship any other enable the shippers to take advan- gave authority to this belief consideredthat

The discussion of strikes and arbi- way any more than the man can drain tage of carload rates. Now, the the area protected by any one rod

tration is' not _strictly germane to the his land up-hill. Not only that, but question is,if the company should car- was one with a radius equal to twice

province of this, paper, and we have you must concede him a rate of twenty ry the fruit for three years at rates the height of the conductor from the

permitted we can spare room for at. cents or thirty cents to such or such a which would not even bring them any ground. Many lightning rod manu.

present. We are obliged to, decline place-a rate at which an average profit, would not the outcome in the facturers consider that the rod projects

several t letters on the subject-some good-farmer-can-live and make.a little shape of vastly increased shipmentsfor an area of radius equal to the height.

favoring our, views, some opposing. j money as well as yourselves." I, all future time be ample compen-' The truth ,is that buildings are some490 -


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::"'i ': '-::. ., ", ....: ':' -:. _r. .T'":'' --'.: :' 't., ". ;i"r.,-:" .' ., '. .,' :

,. ..,.k.., .......:. ''fll"...._"". ,

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times struck within this very area, and

we now hold there is no such thing as JVEari] ets.JACKSONVILLE FERTILIZERS

a definite protected area. <

If As lightning often'' falls indiscriminately
FLA., Aug. 3.
upon tree rock, or building, it FRUITS AND PRODUCE. CHAPMAN
I I will make but little difference sometimes Corrected by Marx Bros. :
These are average quotations. Extra choice .. 0
. whether trees are higher than lots fetch prices above top quotations,while poor : .
lots sell lower. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
f adjoining! buildings. LemonsFla., ..... .... ............... 2.00 Manufacturers
It is not judicious to stand under U Messina......._.... .....,.... 4.25 of
i Pineapples, crate,. ..................*,. 4.50 HIGH GRADE T'R7 IZERS.
trees during thunderstorms, in the Mangoes, crate ........ .... .... ..... ISO
J Limes,3-peckcrates ... ... .......... 1.25 Ground,and Steamed Bone a Specialty. Caustic Soda and Flower of Sulphur Al-
doorway of barns, close to cattle, or Cocoanuts...., .......... ............. 4.00 ways on Hand. Every Kind of Raw Material at Current Kates..
:" near chimneys and fire places. On Peanuts best brand...... ............. .0410.05 -Send for '
I Guavas,3-peck box ................... Pamphlet on-
'J the other hand, there is not much Figs! sugar: bu....................... 1.50 1.50 ORANGE TREE, PINEAPPLE AND VEGETABLE FERTILIZERS.
' sense in going to bed or trying to insulate FIgs, white, bu........... .... ........ 1-25
' Pears, LeConte, bbl.................. 3.00 to 3.50
" one's self in feather beds. Small Grapes, Niagara, 5 to lo-lb basket.. .20 to .50
Grap Catawba, do..... ...... .... .20 to .50 BURNETT 'BROS.
, articles of steel, also, do not have the Peaches, crate...,..................... 1.50
power to attract lightning,.as it is Canteloupes.bbl ....................... 2.00 BARNETT ,
'" pop- Melons. ................ .05 to .10
ularly put, or determine the_ path of Northern cabbage..................... .10 BROS. 159 South Water St., Chicago,
{ discharge. Potatoes, ......... ............... 2.25 .
Western potatoes 5 bbls..... ........ 2.00 FRUITS DEALERS IN FRUITS.
t Unnecessary alarm. Just in ad. Onions, bbl ...... ,..._...'...,.... 3.00
vance of thunderstorms, whether be- eggs......... .............-... ...... .15 CHICA6&- We respectfully solicit shipments of Fruits and Vegetables.We .
VEGETABLES. are now making a specialty ofORANG
r <:'luseof.the.. varying electrical potential -
Corrected by Davis & Robinson.
" of the air, or of the changing'conditions Onions, Fla., crate.... ..............1.00 to 1.25 ] S
Yellow Yams, bush. ........ ......... .75 ,
of temperature, humidity, and Sweet Potatoes, new................. .75
and failure of the' nervous Hubbard squash, bbl... .............. 1.50 and invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects.
pressure, Cauliflower, Fla.,each................
organization to respond quickly, or to Lettuce, doz.,... .........-.............. .25
whatever it be due it Squash, crate.......................... 1.00 We want reliable agents at all principal shipping points.
cause may can- Celery none ........... ......:..... ..
not be denied that there is much suffering Egg Punts, bbl...................... 2.00
Tomatoes..................*._......... 75 to 1.25 I. References, by permission:;National Shoe and Leather Bank, New York
from depression, etc., at these Green Corn doz ..:................... .15 the Volusia County Bank, DeLand, Fla., ,and the Commercial Loan and Trust Co..
times. It is that Sweet Pepper, bu., no demand..?.?.. .65 ..i.EUROPEAN .: -
perhaps' possible Okra, bu........,." .................. .60
,these sufferings may bet."alleviated. Cucumbers, good-,crates............... 1.00 to 1.50
Cowpeas, shelled, peck.. ............. .50
Apart from this suffer
many people_ Green Beans, crate.... ............. .75 FLORIDA
greatly from alarm during the prevalence Peas, none ................... ... FOR
New beets, with tops,barrel crate.....
I of 'thunderstorms, somewhat Pumpkins, each....................... .0S to .15 MARKET ORANGES.Complete
unnecessarily we think; Grant even Parsley,per doz. bunches............ .20 .
Carrots,Fla., per doz.bunches........ .25
that the lightning is going to strike Green onions,per doz. bunches..20 to .25
Pepper,hot.bushel, no demand...... .60
close in your vicinity; there are many Sage, well cured lb...................... .15 arrangements have been made to handle oranges in all of the
'4 flashes that are of less intensity than Lima Beans, shelled, qt................. .12} .
Hens..........__..n..........e- _...... .25 to .30
we imagine, discharges that the human Roosters..._.-.....-...........*-....._. .20 to .25 Fruit Centers of Europe
body could withstand without Broilers............................... .15 to.25
...... .
Turkeys pound .12
per gross.
permanent serious effects. Voltaire's Ducks......... ......-....-. .35 September and October Shipments will pay handsomely. Write us.
1 caustic witticism "that there are some Geese.................................... .35

great lords which it does not do to .
approach too closely, and lightning New York Markets.

is one of these," needs, a little revis- New York, July 30.Pears.GeorgiaLeConte

ion in these days of high, potential pears are pretty well marketedand THOS. f?. TOWfiS, President.

oscillatory currents. Indeed, the most stock is poor and of uncertain

other saying "Heaven has more value though fancy are quite firm. Most
I sales have been at 3.00 to 5.00 per bbl and FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
thunders to alarm than thunderboltsto 1.00 to 1.25 per crate until the close whenan

punish' has just somuch more advance is established under very small .

I point to it, as it is nearer the truth. receipts. Barlett are in moderate supplyand An Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for marketing Florida. Fruit to the
One who lives to see the lightningflash fancy command extreme prices readI- best'advantage.-AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $::300 000.
BOX MATERIAL-The Exchange Is fully prepared to supply boxes'and on
ly but most lots are poor and such rather paper
need not concern himself much order. Write for price list and terms.
slow. Bell and Scooter have declined
about the possibility of personal in- slightly under freer receipts. Common -:OFFICERS :-

jury from that flash. varieties from sections GEO. R. FAIRBANKSkPresldent. D. GREENLEAF, Vice-President.
nearby plenty and Treas. M.P- TURNER Secretary.DIRECTORSGeo. .
Finally, if you should be in the vicinity dull and weak at irregular prices. R. Fairbanks, Alachua Co.; E.G. Hill Bradford Co.: Dr. E. E. Pratt
Melons.-Receipts of watermelons for Hlllsboro Co.;John Fabyan, Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher, Orange Co.; D. Greenleaf, Duval Co.;
of a person who has just been the week have been 293 loads B. M. Baer. Duval Co.; A. Brady Brevard Co.:'...,F. Sampson, Marion: Co.; C. V. Hillyer,
car against M. Osceola Co. W. <. Stanton, Putnam Co. M. S.Morem St.
struck by lightning, no matter if the Marion Co.; John Bryan. ; J; ;
199 cars last week and 200 the previous Johns Co.; C. F. A. BielbY, volusia Co.; Irving Keck, Polk Co.
i person struck appears to be dead, go week. The excessive offerings have Address-all correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange, Jacksonville, Fla Stencils. ,
to work at once and try to restore con- caused a weak and unsatisfactory market with full packing and shipping instructions furnished on application.

sciousness. There are many cases on and prices have ranged low and compar- -

i record proving the wisdom of this atively little above freight charges, ness developed and market is easy at penses and Norfolk range very low unless -
though demand has continua active and quoted. :Many of the Southern fancy.
and there is (for believing ranges
course reason
; tone is a trifle steadier at the close: quotations I arrivals are poor and such have to go Eggplant, Jersey, bbl. 4.00 to 5.50;
that often about
lightning brings cover most transactions. Musk- low. Sweet potatoes are in moderate Southern, 3.00 to 4.00; tomatoes, South

suspended animation rather than so- melons have arrived freely and fancy va- supply and with a fair demand choice Jersey. box, 75c to 1.00; Jersey, near-by,

matic death. Try to stimulate the rieties have sold pretty well but commonare sell readily at full prices. Some very box. LOO to 1.37; Norfolk, acme, carrier,

respiration and circulation. Do not dull and irregular with some green or small seconds arriving which receive lit- 50c to 1.00; Norfolk, Grant, crate, 35 to
over ripe not bringing expenses. tle attention. 50c. .
in animation
the effort
to restore
cease Pears Favorite bbl 3.00 to
Clapp's -
: less than one hour's time. For an excellent 4.50; Jersey Bartlett, prime, 4.00 to 5.00; Sweets, Virginia yellow per barrel
3.50 3.00 to 3.50 N. C.
3.00 to yellow
illustration of a case of severe Bell, prime, 2.00 to 2.75; Scooter, prime, white and yams; 3.00 to 3.50; N.;C. red California Fruits.
shock and due it 2.00 to 2.50; nearby, common, 2.00 to
lightning recovery, 3.00.
2.25 Georgia LeConte 3.00 to 6.00. 2.50 to New York'was .hungry for fruit when

would seem, to prompt action by the Watermelons; prime large, per 100, Vegetables. : the first cars from California arrived after

I medical gentlemen presentall who are 15.00 to 18.00; medium, 12.00 to 14.00;: I the strike. One car sold by Porter Bros.

interested may consult the "Medical I small, 5.00 to 10.00; car load, 75.00 to Receipts since Monday exclusive of aggregated $3,731.

News," August u, 1888. A number 200.00. potatoes have'been as follows. Pennsyl- This car contained Tragedy prunes,
Potatoes, receipts have been moderateand vania Railroad at Pier 29, New York, Hale's Early reaches and a few apricots,
of corroborative of this view
cases are which arrived in fair to good condi-
with a good demand ,market ruled 4,287 packages vegetables; at Jersey City only .
i on record in various medical journals. firm and advancing all the week, with 2,000 packages, Old Dominion line 20,000 tion, showing as it did a trifle overripe,

choice stock either Long Island or Southern packages including 2,075 barrels /cucumbers this being especially noticeable in the

A correspondent of the Tallahasseean reaching 2.25 to 2.50 Thursday, but and 15,500 tomatoes. peaches and'apricots, but even under

gives an account of a new village with larger arrivals Friday from all Eggplant in light supply and fancy these circumstance, peaches realized the

named McIntyre which has grown up points and advices of lower neighboring firm with a few Jersey exceeding ton highest values of any sold in this marketfor

market, prices fell to 1.87 to 2.00 on Long quotations. years, 20 boxes bringing 5.55 per box,
within a few months on the C., T. & Island and Southern did not exceed 2.00 Tomatoes have sold well when prime, and 37 boxes at 5.50, while all of this va-

G. Railroad, near Carrabelle. It is to 2.25 for best marks with quite a good but many of the Southern are very poor riety offered averaged 5.00 per.box.

a milling center, with fine agriculturalback many.Jersey in which were sold at 1.75 and such work out slowly at low figures. The Tragedy prunes in, the same car

lands. to 2.25 generally. Today.further weak- Recent Georgia arrivals do not bring ex- showed good condition and reached as

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high'as 3.55vi, li an average of 3.28'par SHEBEAUTIFUL

The car sold this day,containing almost HIGHLAND ,

the same varieties as.the.one yesterday, I
reached us in ratherweak condition and I THRew away

while realizing good,money,;($2,105)stillf) HANDED" shears Two = s ROUTE.

owing to the,condition and-the unexpected and cUp"jour or- .
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arrival of more plums during this anges and grapes .:",. .r-i-: :. ...A :' :. -', <

week, the market sagged considerably as with Common G'odbey's Sense ',.-.........,' .,"..""..y.._.'.'.;:."...'.. '..t.; ,'-:....,.f'.. ', ,- This. Route,consisting of the .'."'I*: "
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compared .ye8tergay'8vfihowing. Fruit CUpper; 'J ; : .: :, ,
Sgobel'' & Day say::.-Our "neighbors only.'clipper-to that'! ; .. :,. FLA. CENTRAL ;,

were fortunate enough>to get carloads. and clip the fruit AND' PENINSULAR'

this week and'still, another is advertisedfor with' ONE HAND: 1,.", '. .,. "., .
this,Saturday morning, and as wilt be) 1 It' saves"* one \% \ r
third of the time: AND THESOUTHERN ,
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seen from their; report;the prices were It saves one-half. ,\ /, : ,
certainly satisfactory; in fact"it'could not of the bbr. \ :

be otherwise on this absolutely bare It. saves expenses. \ RAIL'YLate

market because outside of'small receiptsof It may be worn ( Richmond & Danville), ,
Mediteraneoh oranges' there are no on a glove or the s ,

fruits here excepting bananas and Le naked hand.It'isinot 4 .,, ,, and tunning through the uplands of South Carolina '
Conte in the and the North Carolina and Vir-
pears.Commencing way in handling ginia Mountains and Valleys, "
on Monday morning, the boxes, baskets or will be,used by the '
sales of California fruit will take place ladders. as h; ",.: -."
It. leaves one ":. .
and making'regular { ;;:.,<;!:' .
daily as cars are now hand free to pull, ;: :
time we believe the quality land 'condition down a limb; hold'a of .
of the fruit will be found quite satis basket, or clingto Knights Pythias, ;; .
factory. Our 'California friends write a ladder. It allows you to clip your fruit wherever.it can be reached with one hand. .

that Bartletts should be very fine as they EVERY CLIPPER; WARRANTED..
were left on.the 'trees long enough'to at- Sent anywhere'prepaid on receipt of Si.oo. Send all orders to and their friends and the pubic, who em- y

tain their proper size. Early Crawford T. Ki GODBEY, Waldo, Florida. brace the occasion of their :. -
D. L. FERGUSON, State Agent,'Waldo., '
also;sai :to be fine. '
peaches are p "
1 Conclave in
'. Washington) .
WEATHER,.AND CROPS, Jacksonville, the excess of temperaturefrom : !
Inconsistent, Orange. Rates." January.1st to March 1st was 76 de- to go North, at extremely low rates. offering for

Indian River Orange Growers' Ass'n. On 30th'this had disappeared that occasion .... .
: grees. July excess ,, '
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Courtenay, Fla. and a deficiency .of ,5 degre.es'lipp

Jfr. M.,E. Gillett, General, Manager Flor- The temperature continues below nor- fs', showing that during the growing ..l 2.6C> -
ida Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association mal;. the deficiency, for the'_week being period from March .1st'to 'July 30th,

,,Ocala, Fla. from,2 to 4 degrees indifferent tio s the temperature 81,' degrees, lower FOR THE ROUND. 'rRIPJacksonville .
DEAR Sm-In answer to letter of and averaging about '3 degrees for the 'than the}average for that time. In the
: your State. A moderate northeaster during inches'in' and '.;
:same period a defiClency'of5.57 to Washington proportionately
the6thinst. I beg leave to say that we the closing days of the week gave unusually rainfall occurred. During' ar .thunderstorm -, from other points in he State.. Ticket on t.i-.
are with you in the reducing of cost of ; sale from Au st23d.to' ;August 28th yin-'"{
pleasant weather for July. I on July 30th the temperature fell ,
,, and material ; .especially elusive-limited to Sept, JOU The
transportation the former1.' -grove The' rates chargedare The rainfall: averaged' slightly above to 67.5 degrees at Jacksonville, 'the lowest Knights of Pythias train. will"V. ;;
normal, but was not very well distributed. point 'ever reached at'the WeatherBureau leave Jacksonville'by the;F.i
simply prohibitory to many points C. & P. August.a6th, Sunday -
It occurred in 'scattered office the third decade,of
and curious and unexplained instances frequent during ,at 4.30 p.:in:.'artiv-"
many showers and local rains; some localities 94 lowest ,
July. Highest temperature, ; ing in Washington ;
Norfolk Va. :
'occur. To we pay several times the* normal amountwhile ,67.5 80 'normal. rainfall next evening- .. _
mean. -
having ; ; ; average!
New York via ] we '
cents; to '
67J at 8 Our
: ; 30
in- others had l less than'half of. a'I seaA' ; 1.29; normal rainfall, 1.47 inches.J } .
67 cents and there are other A'
pay .. sonal:averageThe. f sunshine? was. nearly. : J Central District While showers fell
stances of like character; The'ratecar. 1
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; normal.Itwas. nearly everyday"throughout the greater RATE..OPE.N TO ALL!*
load to, AlbanyJN.: ; is 91 cents per .
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good week forcrops generally, the'district I' '
box. 'Think bf it! "We'can ship all ,rail a part they were'generally : t' J. \t1-i Ih
notwithstanding the deficiency in temperature yery lightbutof;: .most,counties sufficientfor
to New York thence to Albany for 81cents Tickets all trains
and the uneven distribution of jthe, needs!, in,the crops.. The dailytemperature good on y
California but
box. It costs' t
per rainfall., The .rains proved dam-_ averaged about three degreesbelow between August ,
87J'cents per box to cross the continent heavy. : going. ?: v
,to cotton interfered normal. The sunshine"and show-.
places ,
aging in ; 23d and 28th.,
with her fruit The rates! from Jackson- ,
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like somewhat with) fodder gathering; and alternated; ,in such a manner as to be
ville less than carload to points
Atlanta, 'Memphis haying and slightly:; injured :some cropson beneficial., ;Heavy local l rains; and high
Augusta, ,
Chattanooga, low lands the Jother hand fruit to fences
; on Winds proved damaging; crops, .
Nashville and other like points are entirely -
trees were benefitted and grass, peas, and; 'timber in, a few ,places.< Oranges ]
it should
,too. high, for ,be understood 4RMY;
that we cannot make use: of,these sweet potatoes, cane, gardens and vegetation promise i a good per centage of bright fruit,: GRAND : ,

points for carload, shipments advan- :generally\ ;);were'improved. very little,rust haying{ as yet; appeared.(; Y
Western Districts While some sectionsreport Thelakes in Lake county. are reportedlo'erthan :
whereas the rates to ,
tage Norfolk; and other eastern points'are less.rain than during the previous : ,; for 17' years. Highest. temperature OF THE

high and make no, distinction,between week, other;parts of thedistnct; had frequent i ,.,93; lowest,' ,69; mean1 80; nor-: '
'showers and local rain occurred mal. 83; rain 1.17normal 1.50..
carload and.less'th Ii carload rate. ; heavy ; average ; ; : '
Itreeems to methat, a full and proper in/places;' ,the. .rainfall 'averaging Southern? .District. :-:" Daily deficiency in REPIJBjIG, ) ,
about twice the normal amount.for the about 4 rainfall es "
with the temperature degrees; :
discussion of these points transportation ,
officials will bring About ,the whole'district., Theorems, were 'heaviest'in slignly above normal. The weather conditions -: Y :' ..iJu Kul;

needed results, especially if backed by ,the extreme"; western:tree: The'temperature were, ayorable for'-such crops as ;;RATES ALSO OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, .)'- ,
from to four degrees are and lemon "
the of the organized now growing Orange i'Jf {t '
growers ;
hence power:I. 'we 'are ''with 'you, ahdTtrust daily.below_ ,normal,_and, there, :was, groves' continue.to\ improve. The, pineapple -: J'aoksoD.-v-il1e J'- .
say ,
less than the usual amount of sunshine. has been marketed few
that the Fruit, Exchange and each and! 1 .crop : ;a light
every will stand shoulder. to Pear .growers were busily V engaged inpicking'packing shipments continue ,to gojforward( ; many' ToAND -;.
grower .
and shipping the early thousands of new setout
shoulderin.this work. ; plants, are being .
Very.truly, pear crop when the weather would;: permit . Cowpeas? beginning ripen and asa P itt s'bu. ;
E. P.POBCHEB yours: ? The; gathering of 'early -corn _has rule are well.filled; I .out. .Hlgh st tem- r; ', g --:. i.

; General. Agent.Business begun, but where the heaviest r in's"6Cc perature.92lowest; ;71; mean,, 80; normal -' RETURN ,

rred- this;'week!'couldnot' ;be\pushed. ,.84.; average) rain; 1.34; normal, ,,,1.17. ,"
o Cane, rice and ;'potatoes continue, to do; : .' :E..'R. Demain. Director. '

Notices. well, and: promise good ,yields. 4 Cotton Jacksonville, Fla., July 31; 1894.. e-: :., jQi: : .
COMMON SENSE FRUIT CLIPPER.-The was considerably', damaged1 by rain in -a ,7'
few places. Pastures are'veryfine: Sweet
observant reader and hope we have '.
'we potato planting' been about completed, The Ontario California'Fruit Exchange Tickets on Sale September 5th to 9th,
!none other-doubtless. noticed, in the good until September25th. .> '',
issue? of Ju1t21.' the first appearance of and some new potatoes are coming into which is ;one' of the branches of, the *

the advertisement pf this ingenio4s'inventiori market Melons, cucumbers' and snap Southern California Exchange;organizedto Our route is through the Eastern Battle-
beans scarce in the fields. -jjiyjff i '
are becoming mar- market the has voted the
: Doubtless also'it.snggested'it- : orange crop;
kets, and are in. good,demand. 'Highesttemperature following dividends per.pound;on' ship- k
self to him at the first glance as something Coaches the most Comfortable. Lighted
i that;,as practical fruit-grower' ,. 87;. :lowest. 70;t mean 78; ments: Navels $c, Mediterranean\ $c;; by Fintsch Gas. h.V .,,;,!.

had long been in need of.'. normal,82;.average rainfall,2., 87, ; normal, seedlings f c;,St Michaels!c; tangerines Route Incomparable ,for Beauty: of..

.THE EUROPEAN MARKET.-Even thus about 1.40. ;; lc;' bloods 2c. A dividend, of f cents Scenery.. .r.' .Y ;
Northem..DistriQ;:- Temperature declared all navels >
had previously been on
early the vigilant manager of the, Jacksonville slightly:deficient. .Showers occurred-al--' shipped.. The; exchange :has marketed Quickest time. i
Fruit Auction', Company an- most daily but were, for the most part ,loads this'
about hundred car season .
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nounces.hiinself prepared];to take.care'of and. the rainfall aeragedslightly A. O. :MacBOXET.L. 4
very light : : and the net returns to the growers.on,all / T.. ,
European shipments: ofbranges.Thisinstitution : below:'normal for: .the',.week.Prospects .' .fruit shipped:will.average $I.a.box, Gen. Pass. Agent,
'did and profitable ;
; a large
I continue very good,,;for .tHe .
business, last winter, and! we heard 'no' to be*. gathered. Cotton is' f '
crops jet .prBKHHIUt: ,CttiUrWj ftIII.Jenq N. S. PENNINGTON. .
complaints made against'it.Dr. .
shedding some,and the frequent showerswade : K 4 taA Poland CUaiFIOS. J '

;. Ii'., : fodder yng.ang| hay making ; ;Jert Cattle.fi.,OoeraMrAadHolrtdn Tliomghbrad.Bieen. Traffic, 'ltlanager 7- _.'<".

; Price's, Cream;)Baking Powder difficult!! in isomd! ; sections. ;Peas potatoes ",:.and Hotu Fancy Doer Toolur...' Cf.&Honda opie( :: t' Jacksonville "Fla.:; :
World' Fair Highest Award. cane, grass, etc-V"doing well. At". e. w. SMITH. TlUe.Chester Oe.Feaca. ,

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'We* 1"offer c : fruit'growers'' high grade' Phosphate, dried, ground and sacked f.'o.'bb. cars at Belleview in carload lots of 12 tons. or over at, 85.00 PER TON, in less than carload, 80.00: PER TON.'


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J.f.lJn 'J ,. ,.. .I -J .. ,.ANALYSISPhosphoric I Add,,6,per" cent.; Ammonia: ,,4. per;cent.; ;, ,Potash, 8per cent. Price, f. o.b..cars at'Bdteview.. $23.30.

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ANALYSIS :-Potash, 6 to.7 per cent.; Ammonia, to 'cent: 'Acid,8 "
3 4 per ; Phosphoric per cent, Price per ton f o.b. cars at Belleview$25.00.

:- P'l.f;Soft"U. Phosphate. : and Complete! Fertilizer! are each 'high grade !and: ,much cheaper: at,our, prices than any Fertilizer sold' in 'Florida.

Put up in' 200'pound .sacks. Terms, cash with: order. For testimonials, freight rates, etc., address .

,.jJ.LTnn.lrRnmrillfi.i, Florida., .. C' .. ...B;:SWTH, .

u .. .. _, General' ''Manager.JVIiscellaiieous. ., .

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J ( cnows-:;you 'will then be able' to use renal troubles ''the air: of the mountain Peanut,Meal.
both leather and oil intelligently and is baneful. Mild '
I cases, of ,insomnia 'The bulk' .
1V .. Care Leather. .. *et'more comfort and service out' of ,may be ,benefited either" price 'of' a pound? .of pre-
'. ,_ _' of. u .: by ,sea) :ormountain pared peanut meal in is'a
The best" time to oifharness'is'afterit. everything made of leather. :air, ,but obstinate.. :cases defy little : Germany

..has been,.put( jn.t the fain., ;When, it 011 smooths the fibres .of leather!,I ;both, climates, ,J; andare,, only'amenable the foregoing more than analysis 4', cents, and 'as, by

.iS..nearly, but not quite dry, wash it, inside, all ,through,. so that they slip tojhe: influence of the sheltered\ inland 'that material contains, one kilogramof f' nits'

clean' with on one,another whenever 'the leather, resorts. For hysteria,, too,Jth 3,134
lukewarmwater with shell '
,.a of nutrition/ :its price is thus reducedto
common is pulled or bent These fibres are: ,teredand: : moderately t: {acinganland i ]
little! I soap j in,it; rinse, off the '' resort a cost of about cents 't
::soap and, when 'nearly dry again rough if not oiled ; they saw one another will ,be found,beneficial.and much sand. 3' 'per 9u-
: Upon this fact basis
: apply ; :
as a Prof.
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he.oil. 'ap'art-you call i it 'cr ki g.1, ,safer' -than .either 'the. ,mountain. i i ,or .theseaside Konig builds the .
,u The.:finer' 'the harness the oftener it '1h: slipping- of the.6br s'' on one,an.: both,of which. are, apt, to do following the 'demonstration

should.e.oiled: and..the'l: less oil used. other makes the l leather soft and plia; more, harm! 'than r good ,in. such cases.. nutritive, 'value showing and cost comparative'

:The stockier the harness the 'more.oil ble. Oil makes leather strong: f Itcannot .Incipient _phthisis, 'may' be1 relegated units, in Germany'twelve per' 1,000 '
make'broken fibres whole, but i ,either to the,mountains, or seaside principal
.itiWill; bear, and the longer it. may according animal and
keeps them from breaking.. You can the vegetable. food materials,
: to its, origin! but medical, 1 viz _
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,wait.Good: .oil'penetrates leather so quickly renew: old .leather t when 'npt too :far adviser should determine this. Asa <..

:.you'may be i inclined to put.on,.toot gone ;; but,, if there are cracks .in : toil rule, it,'may") be statedhat, if the j phthisis ..Nutritive _.

much. Bear ,in mind, the 'oil that will not mend them. '') ;be:at all?of, ,a: "strumous". type, :sea Food materials kilogram units per, Cost per

.dqes'gooci, i isjnside, in the 1t art: of the, & tanned hide, before the currier air,will,be:beneficial; if'of a. 'catarib. l" 'Iooounits.

I leather;* the" /leather,wants) no oil out-. puts' the "stuffing"' into .it, 'is'hard'and; origin the:moist, and! sedative; marine i Skimmed milk::............ '216 Cents
side. When the leather has that.de ,stiff, like; wood, ,no matter.howfine: or: 'resorts should be tried; and ,if':quiescent -. '8kim milk.cheese........... 1914 II 104
Pull milk ................... >''
gree' of, softness and pliability'that; be- ,thin i it J may be. This "stuffing" jis .and limited in a constitution thatis Bacon................. ...... 2-67-320, xi.s
grease, and it is not ': Butter.................!.... 2610 J55
always neurotitlie'moantain
as good not air
'longs to:new harness.. has oil enough. should Veal.... ....... ........:..S.. 204
'T o"mucb'makes it as it should be. It deteriorates, 'works have the first dial.Windmills Beef..;.... ......... ..........; n6d 1157 26 22.2
soggy. I dissolves theleather 4 Peas' .................:...... '
,.,Both :harness :and. oil should ,be 01:1t"" ; 'gradually -- for Potatoes.................... '1713:304 4.2'
returns to the hard and stiff' condi : Irrigation. Rye flour.............,...... 5.1
,warm. If/ehher, i is,'cold,,the oil ,will tion it' in it'was Editor Farmer,and Frnit-Grower. Rice ........-.....:........... 1328 6
I ,not penetrate the leather freely Sunshine :I. .' .' was, ,, before ,' '_ "stuffed.. '" Can: you give me 'some',-informationin : Peanut meal ..........."!.. ... 3135 1177 3

1 in, summer''is warm enough. Good oil restores? that,, "stuffing, 'may :regard to,the ,working of windmills i

k, _polish? ? can. be, applied immediately, even make it better than it was origi in ;this State? Do'you'think a wind It follows, ,therefore, that peanut

. whether :harness or shoe leather.. nally. 'mill ;would be capable,..of' irrigating, meal l.i is not;only? the most. nutritious,.
: This is.exactly ,what.you 'want done but, estiroa'ted'its, alimentalyvalue! .
'Use no "harness soap. Soap is say two( acres in vegetables, from a ,.
right as a, wash ,to be rinsed off; as a to your leather; (harness; boots,:shoes;' driven 'well ? by fare. ;cheapest of ,this whole.list

" dressing to be left on it is of no possi no .matter what) whenever' it 'shows ,I .'see 'in jour? /paper ,at: times that of food materials. From,.'its richness
the }ea tsigl.of. hardness or, stiffness, ; in protein and: ,its ,low proportion of
ble use.and it injures the leather. they, are. a: success ,in, other States. ,

Do "
:Water'over '150 will" scald' it", puckerit far off.. .. :working:of,one']here should; : be,,very gar, etc.), ,it is especially .adapted, to

up; and destroy its strength, glad to find it out,..asI don't want ,to the use,_of persons suffering-from; obesity -

' Old harness, if very old and dry, Sea and Mountain Air. .invest. .,in' one unless it l will'be ,a.,suc and: may be made to.enlarge:. in a
A :London.,medical_ paper, in anticipation most welcome. degree the ,restricted
cess. (
should be soaked in lukewarm water If you(can give, me: any information .
l hour of the question usually,asked ,at the : menu, of patients, under, treatment' forexcessive
Jo.tlj ( an. or more; then prpceed on subject it 'will be :, :
: .as ,above.., this time of the:year" "Where: shall! ego thankfully ::received. fatness or diabetes.-Am..
; this _summer,? makes<<7 somepertiBent Consular Report.
-Don't,oil patent leather., JAMES WILDE.Marion V
M )Shoe) ]leather .,ought 'always to be s ggeft;tions.. Children and old county, Fla.
oiled'; after being "much. wet. This, people almost invariably 'w ll'at the A good' windmill l :in 'almost any'partof'tlie' -
V : Guardl '
M V keeps Itsoft'ahd: : new. .It should be. seaside, while mountain resorts,' as a State would doubtless) furnishas n'e, Notice.y
rule, are less suitable to them. If a much water in'; A's'guardian of the following lnors-vIz: C. E.
the'course of aieaas :
moist, alien oil is applied. A. little. ; r .Holgerson, Mary,}.E. Holgenon,
} raotsUire,leather facilitates the entry "man has_ dyspepsia, especially.i if'it.,be you would'recuire'for the irrigation E. Rodriques, LanraIiolgersont,Albert now; H.Hol Mary
oil of hepatic i origin, he:should .get;as of two acres in a vyear. But whether gerson and HatdY'JIol'erlolJ, I wUJ. on, Jhe'3d
of i into the fibres,, ,and at thesamejtimes. r day of Septensber,1894.at 1Q o'dock'a. .m.
V to i its striking faraway from the seaasposslble.: Seat it would 'furnish it' at"the time you to the County Judge of Duval County, Florda apply --
prevent : ,at his office, in
air is also known have Jacksonville. Florida for an
to most unfortunate want it and n"the'
through the leather. Do no quantities:required, order to sell 'and convey all the right title and
tendency in skin diseases; is problematical.. :If had a' tank interest of the said minors to,'the, following described -
therefor: ( oil ,fine shots without first4 you. land, in Daval,County Florida,to-wit
) :
V inoistening' them. eczema especially being often serjoiisly} large enough,to ''hold all the water it i ',The south half,of!the north east quarter and
I: -' aggravated ,by,it. .But scrofulous alec the west half of the south-east quarterof section
; would in six
,, .,; ',WH T"IL IS' pump ,up 30 township 2 south range 27 east, ,
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i' ; .,. .. .. -'. .. FOR., -, ,-' j tions do better by the sea' than anywhere would.:answer; otherwise' you'-would To ;be sold for the use and benefit. of laidminors.
.1(VV ,u' You:.may'as well know :what oil is .elseyju: do bronchitis and emphysema probably disappointed at the critical ;ZEPH"
'for 'in.'leather r ': not. one'in'a thousanc d ami in rheumatic, cardiac or :time. < .+ ( .. ..Guardian,
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Ohuck Steak. Fresh Flowers and More of Them.. Grove and Garden.In OENT-A-WORD" OOL UMN.

An economist was once lecturing to 'Record its brief career of a quarter of a cen-
We take this from the Village To insure insertion in this column, advertise-
an audience of working people and in flowers tury, The Farmer and Fruit Grower has, ments must be accompanied by the money.
to cut
regard { stood godfather to a great many journal- Advertisements must not exceed fifty words.
told them he would show them howto fresh,: If you want cut flowers to be istic infants, most of whom have passed Postage Stamps received in payment.

cook the, cheaper portions of beefso fresh and firm for any particular occa- away and are no more. To this latest .. Count- every word... ,including name and address.

,that they would, be as palatable,as sion, they should be dipped immediately arrival it feels something nearer than the i' Fj OR SALE.-Gould triplex two-horse Pump.
the choice and high-priced steaks. in cold then relation of a godfather; it hails the new- 'I Capacity one hundred gallons per, minute.
after cutting water, Will keep ten or fifteen acres watered. Only
don't know how comer as bone of its bone and flesh of its : worked three weeks. Cost 8250 price $150.
"We want. to to shake the water off and stand them ina ;
flesh, speaking with "a voice too like its Reason for selling water supply exhausted. J.
make the+cheap portions of the beef vase, of any.kind, large. enough to own." It is a gorgeous youngster, quite A. Icenhour, Upsala, Fla.v 8-4-2

made as good as steak. We want the hold the flowers arid allow the stemsto putting to shame its plain old sponsor. PURE TItR.-For circulars and '-;,

steak," shouted one of the audience. go well down into the water, then The Farmer and Fruit Grower has palms DRINK, on the Bucket Pump and Water Purifier
which are horny with hard work its address, McLean & Co., Conant, Fla. 8-4-
This is quite often the feeling of the place the vase in a cool, dark placefor ;

poorer classes. Rather than.being desirous several hours. When bring brow .is freckled and blowsy with sun- NEW STRAWBERRY "PIIENOMENAL"Is 1
you burn;, there are holes in the top of its certainly.one of the best ever introduced.
of knowing how to economize, them to the light you will be surprisedhow scalp punctured by orange thorns. But Perfect flowering: very prolific;large size; good

they want the best, not realizing that fresh they are and will last pretty this godson has new clothes of elegantcut per shipper dozen: early.or 3 dozen Will for spare$1.00 a, few by mail.plants Chubb at 50C

the ability of the well-to-do classes to and firm for a long, time. By thus _and material; and evidently associ- & Ward, Winter Park, Fla., 8-4-3 /.>

enjoy luxuries came by studying and putting them it gives the stems ates with tourists and pleasure-seekers
away, and is above "the old : L fOR'FANCY PINEAPPLE PLANTS-Write to
quite noticing
practicing economy, and,by a course time to become filled with water. In man" from the rural regions. H. L. Beeman, Orlando Fla. 7-28-10. '

of self-denial, reached independence, the summer time'if you want flowersto Nevertheless, the old man regards this FOR RENT.-Good store building,well, fitted

and are comfortably enjoying the com- wear or for table use, always cut young person kindly and will try to find country stands shelves in and the counters State; one situated of the at best St. ;J

forts, and even the luxuries, of life. them early in the morning, before the time every'month, notwithstanding he is Thomas, Pasco Co., Fla. Building; 70x25 feet."i"i

We once priced some early, peachesin is them and then themas so busy, to shake hands with him and Two good rooms 'up stairs. For particulars,
sun on treat
his fine and write to I. S. Mills, St. Thomas, Fla. tf
enjoy city manners
market, and, on learning the price, above stated and ..you can always able conversation. agree-
JXCHANGE.-Full blooded Berkshire boar
replied:, "They are still a little too have them fresh. Flowers fresh cut TO for Berkshire,Jersey Red or Poland China ,

rich for my blood." "Yes," repliedthe and used at-once, especially for wear, boar to get new blood. Also full blooded Jersey
SUPPOSITORYis bull for grade.cow. Box 25 Bridgeport,Fla. 7-28-3
fruiterer "only mechanics can afford -I
will not'last an hour if worn in the
Another guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipation, or 1 Ann SOUR STOCKS.-Three years old for
to eat them yet. partywe .open air."During. money refunded. 50 cents per box. Send two )\J\J\J sale at 930.00 in nursery. H. Meis- ,!.
know to be heavily in debt was the wealth midsummer i stamps for circular and Free Sample to MARTIN lahn, Apopka-, Fla. 7-28-3 f;
Pharmacist Lancaster, Pa.
RUDY Registered ;
carrying home some early strawberries, bloom it is often desirable to increasethe No POSTALS ANSWERED. For sale by all first- PINEAPPLE PLANTS.-Abbaka, $zo per 100.
of whom we inquired the price, and stock of certain beautiful class druggists everywhere. Sold in Jacksonville $18 per 100. J. F. Allen;
plants Fla.,by the Geo. S. Hughes Drug Co. Pine Castle, Fla. 7-21-3 '
was answered: "Yes, they come high, that have proved especially satisfacto.

but I feel I am just as deserving of ry, 'but this is usually considered a 'A For WEBSTER sale-nearly&HANNUM new. Price BONE,$7.00.CUTTER.M. Ches- :.t,:

good things as anybody." In .his old troublesome .task by the busy farmer's bro, Plummer, Fla. ';

age he is still working twelve to four- wife, and like many other flower lov- FANCY PINEAPPLE PLANTS-Of all varieties '
Our specialty, the Smooth Cayenne,
teen hours a day, with no provisionfor ers she will neglect it because of the can be furnished in large quantities. Orlando -

his (family should the support of inconvenience of collecting the necessary Grape and Fruit Co., Orlando, Fla., C;. S., ,
Van Houten, Treas.and Gen. Manager. 7-21-4 ,
his daily toil cease to supply his table. sand and studying up the subject of
Jacksonville Tampa&Key West Rallw GREEN ACADEMY, BOWLING
"The world owes me a living, say the starting slips and cuttings. It shouldbe The Florida Southern Railroad Co. BOWLING, VA.-Opens Sept. 7th. Thorough

improvident. It is a lie. The world more generally understood that thisis Indian River Steamboat Co. equipment, careful training,unequalled health
resort record, absolute freedom from hating, .
owes no man a living, unless he is an unnecessary in many cases; layeringdoes Jupiter& Lake Worth Railway.INVITATION students uniformly successful. For Catalogue,

idiot, or insane, or incapacitated for away with :all this bother and is address JOHN HART,M.A. U.of Va. 721.8

work. The government is under no a perfectly simple, and satisfactory TO IMMIGRATION MEETINGS FOR SALE.-16,000 orange, lemon and grape r
obligation to give a man work. It has uit trees. Write for catalogue and prices.All .
method of the stock of
increasing Farmers and land owners living on the line of budded on sour stock. J. H. Turnley, "Ex- .:
no power bud to protect him in his bloomers. Hardy shrubbery, roses, the railways named below: who feel interested in celsior NurseriesLake, Weir, Fla. 7-7-20'

efforts to gain ,an honest livelihood, many perennials, carnations and nu- bringing new settlers to our State, are urgently ORANGE TREES-At greatly.reduced prices,

and 'the avenues by which the well-to- merous annuals may be layered now, requested to attend a meeting: to be held on their Mannville, Putnam the hard Co., Fla.times. W. H.' ,Mann 777FOR :

do have gained a competency are opento to grow the, young plants for the win- local line as stated herein.
of all those who will sell small
SALE.-Try of
presence some the Abbakka pine-
other and other
every man, every dow garden or for next summer'sbloom. farms, or parts of farms, to actual settlers at plants and you will not be sorry.

man can reach success by hard work, Just experiment a little and low prices; and farmers who will aid by giving Fla.Geo. L.. Stevens, Monte Vista, Lake county,

economy, frugality\ ; adapting means to note the result. information and actual results obtained by themin 7-7-4
branch of farm is esneciallvdesired. tfOR! EXCHANGE.-, cuttings.of. the Giant
ends and observation of the laws of any industry ..
-- ------ -- ---- -- --c-----J Bamooo (B. ,'&nen8t8) for established plantsof
health. Enough time is spent by many Sago Palm (Oycas Revoluta). Citrus trifoliate -
At Mr. I. M. DePew's we walked of named will seed for and seeds.
The citizens the places provide honey peen-to peach J. 1
farmers in about hard timesto
grumbling through seven acre field in para grass entertainment for visitors at low rates. L. NORM AND,Marksville La. '

make times 'good, if a little brain which, being plowed up two months The Tropical Trunk Line will furnish free LOUISIANA GRASS.-Paspalum( plat ycaule),
work is added to muscle, and frugality marked in transportation to and from such meetings. Rep- grass in Florida: for lawns or per-
ago, was off rows and planted manent pasture Will grow where Bermuda
in mustering success. with beans and resentatives of the line will be present to explainthe does. Can be planted any time of the year when
No the world does not owe a cowpeas, object and undertaking. ground is moist. Sets-25 cts. per 100,$r.5O per e
you "wonderful" peas, all of which are 1,000by mail. W H.Powers, Lawtey, Fla. tf--
living. The government is under no Jacksonville, Tampa &; Key West'R'y
now from waist-high to shoulderhighin
FOR[ SALE.-Ripley Queen and Abbaka Pine-
work. Neitherare
obligation to give you the and plants. H. L.BEEMAN,Orlando, Fla.
some places
para grass
From Jacksonville, Titusville,Tavares and intermediate -
entitled of 6-23-6
you to or deserving
crab grass being all through the field, stations. Meet at DeLand, Thursday,
luxuries with unpaid debts, or until FOR SALE for cash,time or bade,orange groves, _,
forming mass of forage, the like of July 12th, 1894, 2:30 p. m. and timber lands.. E. RUMLEY Keuka
provision is made for your families, or which we have never seen before. Pla. 3zz16t'J
sick- The Florida Southern R. R. (Main Line)
something accumulated against Everything is just'right for hay mak- A GOOD CHANCE.-To a desirable party I, ,
ness or a time of need. From Palatka, Gainesville,Brooksville and inter- will lease a four-room .house and ten acres R
ing, and were there barn or loft room (two cleared) in Lawtey, for a small rent, to be
There untold wealth in this pen here the yield would feed mediate stations. Meet at Ocala, Tuesday, July paid entirely in work. Enterprising men clear
insula with} the "best climate in the 17th, 3:00: p. m. 9200 to $300 per acre in strawberries. Address,
many head of stock for: a year or two. STRAWBERRY,this office. ,'
world," and In Texas, and all throughthe The Florida Southern R. R. (Charlotte' y
This nutritious, growth having part of
South Harbor Division) CUTAWAY HARROW prices, address E.
and and
; industry, frugality, FOR
the peas ripe would take the place of Hubbard, Federal Point,Fla.,State Agent.
doing without what is not essential to From Bartow to Punta Gorda inclusive. Meet at TO-2I-tf
both corn and oats, and so far solve
health will bring competency, and Arcadia,Thursday, July 19th, at 1:00 p. m.
the transportation question. This WITH
place the farmer and horticulturist in field contains also several rows each Indian River Steamboat Company. ? HANG Corrugated tSTANLEY'S$t Hinge ;R
the class who steak They are Stronger,Handsomer .w
privileged eat
can of cat tail millet, teosinte, chufas, Jupiter &; Lake Worth R'yA and cost.no more than the old
enjoy luxuries, and make themselves YOUR style. ,For ,Bale by Hardware
the of peanuts; the two former showing a' personal canvass will be made of the territory Dealers generally, but If not In '
those who hold down
envy dry but the vicinity write the '
luxuriant growth, teosinte covered by the above. DOOR your Manu
boxes the facturers. Send for Biography
goods at corner groceries
stooling out more, 'producing more Please note carefully these will be purely of a Yankee Binge,"mailed free.
while grumbling at hard times.-Geo. and larger leaves.Manatee Advocate. business meetings, and only those deeply inter-
W. Hastings in Texas Farm and; ested and able to aid as above outlined are included -
Ranch., in this invitation. ,
.. Whether they were irrigated or not Address the undersigned or call on your nearest I THE STANLEY WORKS, New Britain,ct.HYPNOTIS1I' "

Headache often comes from an acid the orange groves about DeLand, uponan ticket agent for form of application for transportation NUTSHEIXED. s
i Greatest book
stomach. Very likely yours is that average, have a fair crop of fruit on several meetings.and' other information regarding the derful out. Tells all about this won

kind. If so just a;little soda from the them The crop will be much larger G. D.,ACKERLY, Hypnotism subject.,you will Whatever find this your book of views great are value.on '

kitchen will cure; itVhat will lay than was estimated during the long Published price,50 cents. Sent free,transportation -
General Passenger Agent, prepaid, if you remit 25 cents for subscription .
on a, ten-cent piece may do the business drouth they wentthrough in the spring The Tropical., Trunk Line, to Homes and Hearths the ''elegant
i and summer.-DeLand Record. household monthly. Address HOMES AND
early :
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: SAVANNAH LINE: The C Steamship Co.

Time 48 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and .

between Savannah and Boston 65 to hours.


The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appOinted -

pa..a.SE Ha: e.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 TIMS.) ,
Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin $27.00; Intermediate $moo Excursion, From New York. From Jacksonville,
; $47.301; Steerage, $I4.2 S Pier
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: ( 29, E. R.) STEAMER Florida. .

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Friday, July 27th,at 3 p m........"ALGONQUIN"........Thursday, Aug 2d, at 5.00 a m
(Central or goO Meridian Time.) Tuesday, 31st, atapm........."SEMINOI,$".. .....:...Sunday, ,"! sth,at 7 30 am
City of Birmingham ...............................................Friday, ,Aug. V. Friday, Aug" 3d at 3 p m.......:.. uIROQUOIs!".........Thuraday. 9th,at 11:00 am
I Kansas City....................... .... ............................Sunday, Aug. 3, 7.oo 8.00 vm. Tuesday, 7th,at3 p m.. ......"CHEROKEE"; ...... ..Sunday 12th,at 1:00 p m
Nacoochee .............. ... -........... ......................-....Tuesday, 5, a.m. Friday, 0." Ioth,at 3 p m."SEMINOLE".Thursday. J6that 4:30: a m
City of Augusta .....................................................Friday, Aug.Aug. 10 7,10 ooa.m. Tuesday '. nthat3pm..........."IROQUOIS"...t.....Sunday, igth,at 6.ooam
City of Birmingham..... ...................:......................Sunday, i.oo p.m. Friday, .. .17th,at 3 p m...... ... KOKirE'.Thursday: ". 23d, at 930 am ,
t Kansas City......................................... ...............Tuesday, Aug..H, i.oop.m. Tuesday, Ie aist, at3pm......... "SliMINOLE" ......Sunday, 26th,at 11:00: n'n -
Nacoochee .............................................. ............Friday, Aug. 14 4.oop.m.. Friday, 24th, at 3 p m.... ....."IROQUOIS"..........Thursday, soth,at 4:00 a m
City of-Augusta................:...........................:.. ,....Sunday, Aug. 17 ,6.00 a. m.Augi Tuesday, It. 28th, at 3 p m.... ...:"CHEROKEE" .... ...Sunday, ad, at 5:00: a m
City of Birmingham].............................. ................Tuesday., Aug 19, '.oo a.m. Friday 3ist at 3 p m........."SEMINOLE";!.........Thursday, ',II 6th, atSept '9:00: am
Kansas City..... i................................:......... ........Friday, Aug. 21, 8.30a.m.
Nacoochee ..... ..... :.................. ....: .................Sunday, 24'ii.ooiAug. 26, a. m.
City of Augusta........?...........................................Tuesday, Aug. 28, 1.30;p.m. ST.
City of Birmingham..... ... ...........................:...........Friday, Aug. 31, 3.30p.m.6.ooa. m. f OHMS RIVER SIN E ..


Tallahassee ........................................................Thursday, Aug. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
Chattahoochee.....................................................Thursday, 2 6.00p.m. .
...... ....................................,.....Thursday, Aug 9,11.30a.m. the St. Johns River. .
Chattahoochee................ ......................... .........Thursday, Aug.16.S.oop.m .. .
Tallahassee.......... ........... ...... Aug.23,10.00 a. m. '
? : ..... ................:....Thursday, Aug.30, 5.00p.m. .

( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers)

Dessong........-....-.-................\................._;....Frida Aug.io Capt. W.: A. SHAW *.f .
Dessoug....'. ........................................................Monday, i.oop.m. .
Dessong..........i.................................... .............Thursday, Aug.AUg.2O. 30, ,, 5.00 7.30a.p.m.nr Leaves JACKSONVILLE, from foot of Laura Street,'at 5.00. f>. mr' ,


1 Connect at Savannah with Central Florida Railroad Central of& Georgia.Peninsular Savannah Railroad.Florida &. Western Railway, PALATKA, SANFORD, ENTERPRISE, 1

Through Bills of Lading,Tickets,and Baggage Checks to and from all Eastern'Points in the South.. And :Intermediate. Landings, on the St. Johns River. .
See your nearest ticket agent. or write for Freight or Passage to '. T
R.L. WALKER Agent, C.G.ANDERSON Agent. Leaves_ SANFORD 5.00 a. m. and ENTERPRISE 5.30 mf: '
New Pier No.35, North River New York. City Exchange Building. Savannah Ga. a. ,
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RICHARDSON BARNARD.Agents, Jowls' Wharf, Boston. .
W. X,.JAMES,Agent, 13 S.Third Street Philade hialp MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS, for JACKSONVILLE. *.- "
W. H. RHETT;Gen'l Agt. C. R. R.,
317 Broadway, New York.
J. D. HASHAGEN, Eastern Agent Sav., Fla. &. Western Ry. Co., 261 '
J.X,. ADAMS Gen'l Broadway.JN. Y. General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 West Bay St. Jacksonville
East.Agt. F. C. & P. R. R., A.DeW.SAMPSON, General Agent, ; ,
353 Broadway New York.
306 4
Washington St.,
Boston. '
J. P.BECKWITH General Agent, 71 West Bay Street Jacksonville. A.J. COLE,Passenger Agent 5 Bowling Green,New York.
WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass.Agent, W.B.ARNOLD,Gen.. Trav. Pass.Agt., M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green,New York.
s 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.
F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla..
W. 'HOURS.. ESTABLISHED JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent,foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville] ,Fla.
1875. J. B. BOURS. J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville, Fla. .

WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO., WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,

13 South Delaware Avenue. Philadelphia. 5 Bowling.Green... New. York. -

Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers i METAL ACCLIMATED -

ag v' 'r BAY AT., JACIK4901 T t'II.h P LA.
We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of

Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, I yourWAGONS. BLACK t. -ESSEX- HOGSAre .

Cotton Seed Meal Both Any size yon want,20
Bright and Dark. to 16m.hfcb. Tires 1
to 8 inwlde-hub6 to the best for the Car South. _
STATE AGENTS FOR It any ute. Saves .-
PURE GROUND BONE Cost maw times in MILCH COWS.Write .
a season to lure set
Y ger -Allsn Fertilizer! Co. of low wheels to >fit '
f NITRATE. SODA, :your wafon for haulin* for Circulars. ; .
gf rain fodder manure,
Stat Brand Fertilizers Pprr MURIATE bona to. No resetting of
OF POTASH, toes. Or&tl'a free. Address ROSELAND PLANTATION ,
SULPHATE POTASH, QTY, 111.LANDSCAPE. Balnbridge. Georgia. -

4 Orange Tree and Vegetable r \ KAINIT Etc

These Fertilizers have no superior in the market and a trial wilt convince..
Send for Catalogue free. NEW CROP.
JOHN L. MARVIN Per pound, postage paid, ajc.; ten pounds express
not paid, xac.per pound; per bushel -
r; President.H. ,and over 60 pounds,650. .

T. BAYA.Cashier. THOS. W. CONRAD Parks, Cemeteries and Private Places laid out Full line of ,:
Assistant Cashier. 1 by contract or otherwise. No. 19, 5th St. Springfield -

CHPlTflli $100,000. I ,Jacksonville 1R I1 ** 4.D A1 IQAIZDE .



Now in preparation,'will have 500,000 readers SEND FOR SPECIAL
espeetfally solicits you Deposits, Colleetions and General throughout America-in which' your orangegrove PRICE LIST.
? will be advertised at our expense until L. CAMERON
Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE sold. Details on application to ,

GEO H. CHAPIN, Seedsman.

-j INVITED. Herald Building,Boston. Jacksonville, .. Florida
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John L. Marvin A. B. Campbell, Chas. Marvin Durkee Shell Road, only two miles from tA>eGtST LnIAI.I1ECYwor'L' '
H. T. Baya T. W. ROby ,Judge R. B.. Archibald 0 Court House. House has 4 rooms closet and ,\dam All kimis, of tool*. .driller blastoff oar
porch;lot 110x51; Deed perfect. All taxes paid. ailneproceee'can take a0ore. Perfected Econom:
Judge E. M. Randall. ..C.. B. Rovers. W. M. Davidson Will sell cheap for cash. Address MATT.. Lrtush.lpY-nu.ical Artesian Pnmninir T Rlsr to work:by Steam Air rtc.
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gives more: 'v valuable-information than.any'other/publication-in existence. -
'AvCOMPIiBTB. TIlB5LTISB! ] oil_tfee) tnost 'su ci tl ,:fertilization of young'and bearing orange trees 'on' 'pine. :. :

"'':.':. and hammock lands,in,Florida for ,INCREASED: 11 PROFITS. Sent"'free of charge.. Address, .

THE :lAINE. 'FgRTIIIZ'ER.. '..' .... ......" .Co.. ., '

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\..n....5 :..,*I ., Contain a fist and\description-of! the? hoicest and ?t it. Profitable 'varieties of-\the Darling
-- Family,whjcl*wehave' selected from over one hundred. different varieties crown,. and tested by'us
in our extensive experience of.seventeen years 'We carry one of r ,
'", ;;:. ,:. The. Largest Stocks of; Citrus ,,Trees' in.. the United States.. OF PAWTUCKET, R. J.

8>nd(circulars. Address T9. ln 1L. 9I5 ce' i .
f73", *'sunset.Hffl,.take0oj: Fla.Lorenzo .

1'" 'A. Wllebn. W fTo mer.! T. 0. B. WEEKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. .
-? ;;;. No. '8 Bostwlck Block, Corner Bay and Main Streets
WILSON & TOOMER Send for Pocket Memoranda Book. L

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Evaporate Your Fruit at }

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\ .: \ With 'the U.' S. Cook Stove Drier
: ., A FHW .SJ'EiCITJBS. : : hundreds. of ,dollars worth of fruit
\ < ;) "I .- -. t. can be saved with this machine

'g. .J./BAKER. &, BROS.. 'COMPLETE'POTASH MANURES':" .. .. \'FOR: RM 1 E' REES- eyery a email year.. cheap To meet drier" .the, demandfor suitable "

',. .,..,.. \ AND. YE6ITABLI&. for uSe on any ordinary cook; ,oil
... .. ?
or gasoline stove :we now offer the ;
. ... -Both. 'High) and: liow,'Graae' always: above. ,.It is very simple, econom- '

in;stock, lower :iprices 'thi&n1:'competitors for ical fanners', efficient use and just convenient what wanted, and, .

who have it,. ,*'*tor ''mlve. and we','believe' the cheapest and '
--.: \ I best little drier of its class on 'the

Green River Kentucky Tobacco 'Stems :Atwayst.'on market. '
:! .. ,. 8.50 in value for $5.00. Through ?
Hand. < : '. special arrangement we are enabled k; j, r
.:...4 to offer the U. S. Cook Stove Drier :
Fine Ground Tobacco Stems \ ;
..- t .4* y theregular: price.of whichis; $7.00. for + '
Nitrate of' Soda, Cotton SBedMeal, only $5:00l: g ether with year's subscription -
t Canada Hardwood .shes..Acid: ::Phosphate, GBOWKB! 'To any'one sending a club -_ =
of five yearly subscribers at $2.00-
"' Sublimed Flowers.. of u1phur.i each, or four subscribers and $1.00 in ,i=: ..>h'
will send of'the-driers
money we one
i, ., ,.B'LO'O'tj.ANib BbN. free. _
iI The drier has eight galvanized wire '"
. -A IARGB: STOCK'' OF -- cloth tray" iitainmg twelve'square
feet of' tray-surface=the dimensionsbase
-F :: 22x16 inches, height 26 inches. -

Sent, ,by' freight at' receiver's : ,
expense. Weight, crated, about twenty'seven
p .:. ,
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS 1tn iMways' ready for use and will last'a life-time.. Has been thoroughly tested,.'t;'
'Per'Cent. and approved, and 'Yil.1l1ore.than! please you. As a great economizer and money t .
98 Caustic Soda.. Insecticide, Material maker for rural people it is ,without a rival.: ].

ALwA y.- OAT .A.ND. J ..Mr..,:Thomas :Fatten of Glen ,St. Mary \one through! this paper last.r"; "
"' year and he writes'us. "It is. all that could be desire. considering size"., ."{


This J owls"constructed'almost,entirely of iron;;is'very strong, durable and yet'f'
,' light, weighing only 22'pounds.? The high wheel; makes it of very light draft :
WIlZO 1 & ?' The use.of this: ,implement makes gardening pleasant and profitable. 'With} it.a,;,
... t :r ,' ., ,man.Scan do) man's work and:half, work of a horse. We furnish, with this
r'.TItS PB TI1tIZB ; {OUSBA'OFgiaORID&." plow,a.sweep and.a turn-shovel as well as the bull.tongue shown i in the cut 3Vlufactureif : '
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,..-wr; : :;.pnp.p5. Price with this paper, $4.00, or given ks.a premiumthree >far Jo
; : J"aok.9riVfi1e, P'la.n4,3'S 'e" new fobicribtrs at $2.00 each.
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