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: November 10, 1894
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00052
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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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JACKSONVI E., FLA.. NOVEMBER 10 1894.' Whole: No. I'M5 W SERIES.
8* Powers, Publisher and Proprietor. ; Jr j j VI, No. 45.Qeo. .

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o all. principal shipping points

.O ,00 First National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla., Bank. ,Commerce. Buffalo,, N.Y. Dun's and Brad- have
street's Agencies. We organized to establish a

And Building Material., H01\IE ]MARKETFor
.> QueenCity Fruit Auction Co.

CHARLESTON 8. C.fifflSKrFruit ,
the orange growers of Florida. Also to store
I' BUFFALO) NEW: YORK. fruit,if necessary,over a cold spell or to ore-
vent gluts, having fine
REFERENCES)-Bank Commerce, Buffalo,-N.Y., ;Dun's and Bradstreet's Agencies.

Wrap pe rs., SEED RVE, OHTS f!@ CLOM.E'R.Genuine Storage Capacity and Very

Florida Grown Rye $2.5O: per bu.; -RedRust-Proof': Cheap. -
:> NO MORE CHEATING. Oats, 75 cents per bu. -
.,, Crimson Clover, Ib. by mall postpaid, 3O cents; ,In 5-lb lots and above We flatter ourselves that we can save the
: 4:'f tConsumers by express or freight, 1 5 cents per Ib.; Alfalfa or Lucerne,Ib by mall postpaid growers a great deal of money by our system,
:'\; of Fruit Wrappers i SO cents; In 5-Ib lots and above by express or freight, 15 cents:per for not pledged to any- 'one. ,.but- simply. to'do"the" best,
may Ib, Japan Clover, Ib post'paid, 4O'cents. ; 5-lb. lots 'and above by 'expressor our. patrons.. .
now know that they get an honest ream I freight,'3O cents per Ib.' i
of 480 sheets and 400 320 sheets
to not or dealers ; .' A.STj GS: ,& GO., S E SlUE Give Us a Trial.
ream as some unscrupulous .
supply. Catalogue free on application .1 I n t e_P I ELC h en. ,, Florida I t., .

B. ,]1. BAER,

OUR "FAIR,;J AND SQUARE" Everything for Florida.! Established, 1883. General..r.. Manager.' ,

To everyone interested in plants,whether for House, Orchard or Oar-
Printed W': are put packages den our CORRESPONDENT:
of 1000 e each Wrapper is
numbered, ,in printing ,consecutively I CATALOGUE: and MANUAL SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.
will be found invaluable. We Can supply all Fruits as grown in the South
... from l:"to 1000.: No one'can' besides Ornamental and Useful Plants and Trees from the "Four ,Quartersof of Florida.
!-, the Earth." (From Aloe to Zingiber," etc.) Write to

REASONER BROS., Oiieco, Fla.
.. our prices. Send for samples and prices TH 1 .
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,.', /.to. Free on application. The:New ((1894-95J i )Catalogue of the -


. Gives the results of 19 years experience with the Hardy Trifoliata in the U. S.; AGRICULTURAL
N. B.-We do not deal in imprinted describes, .over. 300 varieties offered for Florida. and I, wer South, embracing: '


,: .Bradley RedJUld. Eugene B..Redjlcld. FRUIT Has ''a full Faculty'of able Professors. Good
.H\ equipment in laboratories and Gives
,I' ESTABLISHED 187:. (Which makes vigorous, productive trees that bear,young and STAND COLD.) Afullline Five Full Courses of Instruction. Shops.
of orange and other citrus fruits,on both orange and tnfoliata stocks;peaches,pears plums,-Japan ;
REDF1ELD & SON, persimmons? ,.figs,grapes, apricots olives,'.mulberries, _pomegranates. nut trees etc., also ornamentals
,.including;; THE AGRICTILTUBAI.

; Commission} Merchants 60 Varieties of.Roses Adapted to this Climate.G. THE THE_MECHANICAL LATIN .SCIENTIFIC'

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GRANTS degrees of B.S.and A. B. to gradu
full courses.. Young men board in
."rFruit: Auctioneers, PEOPLE ARE LEARNING mess hall for:'$10 per month.: Young, women

"' %. ,- I boards with private families in town,$10 to$15 a
In some'parts'of the: country,at least, that THEY MUST HAVE AN'EARLY ORANGE or no i month. No tuition charged residents. of Florida.
: 141. Dock Strtet,Philadelphia, 1'a.. : I .- :Next term OCTOBER ",*
Orange at all. They are also learning that BOONE'S EARLY is not only the 'Earliest,but Best begins 2.
.. and nearest to a Seedless Orange of any now.grown. Budded ,Trees. of this and other varieties For Catalogue, giving. full information,,write
We handle all kinds of Fruits and'Veg tableS,- now for sale, ; Sample. ..;.oranges, by mail for loc. each, ,to pay postage; CATALOGUE FREEC. to .. -
".' either at private sale(which has heretofore been' 4. A.. BOONE-Aaent. O. CLUTE, President.
: our custom)or by the auction system (recently
; -...added...... to.- our' business. )-as.you. may" .desire... Semi-Troplcal_Nurseries,Orlaado;:Fla! Lake, City, Florida.- / >


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Numerous tests have conclusively demonstrated that the COCCIDICIDE is'fatal 1o the aleyrodes(white fly) in all of its stages of development. It can, however r:
,be more effectively! hed 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: Titn.e: : to: App1y. ,1 s

It is also fatal to the Spiders,Rust Mites and their eggs,and to the Scale without reference to the hatching periods. .'. '.::,;": '''..' :
THE: EUREKA INSECTICIDE.THE I ] : :{ ,;;, "f; '.. ;. :;., ">fr:*
OLD RELIABLE. Always'on hand at the reduced rate. Will do all that is claimed for it. ,.. .
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A splendid appliance for groves that are,irrigated. 'Will greatly reduce the cost ot using insecticides. Rubber hose(all sizes),plain and wire bound ;r;;:;. .':

BANGOR. .. BOX SIDES. a ...'-"': .j.7',:"!.
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.':./4-;'
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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-

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 sprayedonthe :

trees, at any stage of growth, without injury to them or the persons using it. 'i'
As,sulphur will not kill all insects affecting the orange tree, we have perfected another insecticide, known as Tar Emulsion, whichis t
very effective in destroying Aleyrodes Citri (commonly known as the White Fly), also the Red Spider (not the Spotted mite or Yellow 1

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. S-T::%;.&'" ,.
,', References and general directions for using furnished on application. "* -:.p'*#. ::

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Actually and Honestly 'Made from Animal Bone. [FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA


This is a Guaranteed Fact. JACKSONV: LE.
The Oldest National Bank in the State. 1
Standard Guano & Chemical M'f'g Co.
This Bank after twenty years of successful business has just undergone a rigid special examination !-
by the United States Comptroller's Department,and has had its charter extended for an .'
No. H Union St., New Orleans, La. other period of twenty years :;
By conservative,yet liberal methods,this bank has achieved the highest reputation for solidity, 1
strength and ability to meet legitimate demands.We .
OSCAR H. NOLAN, State .Agent.Write invite a visit or correspondence,looking toward business relations,assuring you that your ;;::1
favors shall at all times receive intelligent and careful attention. ::i1;
for.Almanac, Prices,,etc. Jacksonville, Fla. JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, R. C. COOLEY J
w,H.MICHAEL. Established 1868.' A.W.MICHAEL President. Cashler.-. !

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. i1P'0T7TSH

Milwaukee Florida t Draqge Go. : FERTILIZING FOR .. '1

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. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORRESPONDENCE.' Fertilizers Containing Over 10 Per Cent of Potash.
For Catalogue and Prl -IJst,address
Information and Pamphlets free.GERMAN ,
A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla. KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, New York Cit. .a I?

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Words of Wisdom to Fruit Grove Orchard.Fertilizers I I cial form. One of the best sources of
Marketing. 0 .
Growers. potash for orchards is wood ashes, but
The next great thing to do after this material is so often weakened by
An Appeal to the Orange Growers.Editor'Fanner the crop is grown-after the mysterious for Fruit Trees. leaching that it cannot be confidently
and Fruit Grower: chemical affinities and agencies of Nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus recommended. A good sample of <,
I foresaw in the spring that I was the soil and the air and the sunshine are the elements which need to be unleached hardwood ashes should
going to have my first full crop of or- have done their'work under your pro- applied to orchard lands. contain from 7 to 9 per cent. of pot
anges in fifteen years, and I went tection against enemies-and you. Nitrogen is particularly efficaciousin ash, but much of the commercial article -
North almost on purpose to see if I have your crop of noble fruit before promoting growth. In fact the does not analyze much above 2
could not arrange to sell them and put you, is to gather the fruit very care- amount of growth and the color of foliage to 3 per cent. Potash in this form
myself in a position to pay a fair-price fully and pack it with the greatest are reliable guides for the application has a trade value of 452 cents per
for oranges this season. Now I am care, so that every package will be of nitrogen. When mature or pound. To this value of wood ashes
able to tell you without any doubts perfect of its kind, and just what it bearing trees make a foot or more of should also be added 2 per cent., or
the ,reason you cannot all sell your seems to be-the middle just'as goodas growth upon all shoots, and when the less of phosphoric acid, now worth 6
fruit on the tree or f. o. b. at .fair the top-or a little better. That Leaves are of good size and dark color cents per pound. Forty to'fifty bush-
prices. It is simply because you con- kind of fruit surprises the trade; but the orchard probably has enough ni els to the acre is considered to be a
sign your fruits to commission houses it is a pleasant surprise and one that trogen. A free application of nitro- good dressing of wood ashes, if it has
and to be sold at auction.In will pay the orchardist. If I have gen to such orchards might do more been kept dry.
almost all of the county seats ever accomplished anything worth harm than good, in promoting growthat Muriate of potash is perhaps the ,
there are commission men or mer- mention in my fruit growing life, i it, the expense of fruit, or, in the case best and most reliable form in'which..
chants who supply small towns with has been mostly in this simple matterof of some stone fruits, in producing a to secure potash at the present time.
oranges. These men do not rely on handling fruit with extreme care, poorly matured growth which will be Commercial samples generally contain
consignments ; they can't get them, and in dealing honestly with my cus- likely to suffer in winter. Orchardsare from 80 to 85 per cent. of muriate of
but..depend wholly on the auction tomers. grown for fruit, not for forestry potash, or about 50 per cent. of actual l
sales. Where I was in Indiana, at To begin with, we use no baskets purposes. In general, it is better to potash. Kainit or German potash
Cincinnati and Chicago, they said to foregathering tree fruits but what are supply nitrogen by good cultivation- salts is an impure muriate of potash
me "if I can buy of you as cheap as I cushioned at the bottom and lined on which assists nitrification-and an oc- containg about 12 per cent. of potash.An .
can at the auction sales, I would the sides with cloth. This costs buta casionaLgreen manure crop, than by apple orchard in full bearing and
rather buy of you because we would few cents for each basket and it the application of nitrogenous fertili- upon loose soil may receive as highas
get our fruit fresher and no doubt irf will pay its cost every hour it is used, zers. If the orchard is not growingand 'obo lbs. of muriate, of potash per '
better shape," and I have arranged to in saving the bruises, scratches and is yellowish in' foliage, good cul- acre, but a normal and economical application -
do business with these men on the chafings which later on cause disfigurement tivation-begun early and repeatedvery is from 500 to 700 lbs. Sul--
above understanding. At Detroit, I and decay. All fruits frequently-in connection with phate of potash is also thought to bea
Mich., Indianapolis, Ind., and Louisville should be handled as carefully as eggs the use of potash, phosphoric acid good,form in, which to buy potash.
Ky., I find commission men who -always-everywhere. and green manures, will commonlycorrect The commercial article will analyze
say they would rather buy than have No other than standard sizes of it. It is probable that lack of 50 per cent. or less of actual potash.
goods consigned to them, but that it packages should be used, and they moisture is quite as much the cause of Sylvinite is a cheap and l low grade of
is not fair for them to buy and sell in should be new, sweet, clean and the weakness as lack of nitrogen, particularly this material l which is often bought by
competition!! _with! those who consign. smooth. No damaged_or inferior( fruit! if the _orchard has been }in farmers as sulphate of potash. Its
I received a letter to-day from par- should.ever be packed in the standard sod. Now and then a tree will be value-like that'of other materials
ties who say if their consignments are packages. The fruit in each package found which fails to respond to ordi-- mentioned-should be reckoned upon
not equal.to their trade they are readyto should! be alike in quality and clean nary treatment. If the tree is healthythat the amount of potash present.
buy. Again, don't you see, men through. It is fatal foolishness to try is, not attacked by disease and Phosphoric acid may be obtained in
cannot invest their money in goods to cheat the buyer In the size of pack- borers-it may sometimes be broughtinto the form of a high grade' plain super-
and sell against their competitor who age or by stuffing the middle with in- a vigorous condition by applyingto phosphate (dissolved South Carolina. \
has not one cent invested.At ferior rubbish while the ends are fair. it a light dressing of nitrate of soda; rock), in bone compounds and Thomas -
Chicago I have a very intimate Almost the whole fruit packing frater- but this treatment need seldom be applied slag. The 'plain superphosphate '
acquaintance doing a commission busi- nity has become disgraced by these to an entire orchard.In contains about 16 to i8 'per cent. of
ness., He says, I dare not buy, and silly attempts to cheat and rob the fruit orchards which are thoroughlytilled phosphoric acid, and 300 '''to 500 '
take chances with the auction sales." buyer, until the name of fruit grower the use of barn manures should pounds per:: acre is a liberal and very
I have been working for fifteen and fruit packer is held in derision by generally be discouraged, Tor the chief useful dressing for bearing orchards.
years for a thousand boxes of oranges most ''ra d.hating men. Let us havea element of fertility in them-if they The bone fertilizers are always valua-
and I am offered sixty cents on the guild of reformed fruit packers. Letus are'not' leached-if usually nitrogen.This ble. Those which are untreated give
tree. No, no; I have arranged to teach the markets of the country advice is particularly applicable up their phosphoric acid slowly, unless
do better than that and so can all of and the world that there are brands on vineyards, and all other fruits they are very finely ground. Dis- .
you,by stopping the shipment of green apple barrels and pear boxes that are which run very, strongly to wood. It solved bone gives more immediate- '
fruit and to auction sales and to com- synonyms for honesty and truth and is better economy to apply barn man sults. Thomas or basic slag, which is :
mission men. quality. I will not urge that dishonest ures to the annual crops of the farm. yet scarcely in the market in this coun-
A few houses I talked with said : and careless packing of fruit does The. old neglected. apple orchards.of try, has given good results in many
"Why, we would'nt give ten cents a not pay-it ought not to pay. It is the country, however, may receive tests but it parts with its fertility very
box for your oranges; we can get all unworthy of men who work with Na- barn manures with safety; yet even slowly. It is yet too early to recommend -
the goods we want, and more too." ture in producing, most beautifuland here it is a question if economy would this material for orchards with
I could only say: "Well, you won't glorious creations which the God not dictate tillage and late green: ma- full confidence.In .
get them this year; we have organized dess of Horticulture ever smiled to nures to supply the nitrogen, except general, phosphoric acid is rather
down there and you will either,buy of perhaps, for a season or two when a" less important fruit plantations than .
the growers or of our concern." Alas !! see.There.are too many sluggards, slov- attempt is made to rejuvenate an .or: potash, although this order is reversed :
What a lie. What have I found on ens and low grade cheats in the fruit chard. Mulching a sod orchard with in general farming. Potash should
my return- 5,000 or 20,000 boxes of business. There is a plenty, and more manure often gives fairly good resultsin undoubtedly be the leading factor in
green fruit going out daily to auction than a plenty, of wormy,.knotty,scab- cases where the land cannot be cultivated orchard, fertilizers, and nitrogen, as I
sales and commission houses. It by, bruised and decaying fruit grown ; but better'results in the way have said, may be obtained mostly by ,
would be better if everybody joinedthe and sent to market. The whole thing of fertilizing and in freedom from means of tillage and green crops., It'
Orange Growers Union, but you should reformed or discouraged.There weeds and insects can be obtained by will then be seen that the use of com- .
don't have to join anything. Just is plenty of demand for the best i pasturing closely with sheep or swine. bined or "complete" commercial fertilizers \
stop shipping, and somebody will buy of fruits, honestly and carefully packed; I Potash,is generally the most important may not, be "economical. The
' your fruit and be giad to do so. The and fair prices will ever await the man element, to be applied directly to best results are to expected when
retail dealer thinks he is buying or- who meets this demand.ParkerEarle. orchards, particularly after the trees the fruit-grower observes closely the
anges cheap at $2.50 to$2.75 per box. have reached bearing age. The '!storeof behavior of his trees and,then applies : .-
That means $i on.the tree, and 40 to .. .- available potash in the soil is much such materials as they appear to need.
50 cents profit to the buyer, instead of Within a few days the shipment of increased by ,the thorough' tillage Any of the materials mentioned in the .
25 to 27.cents for commission. Why oranges from Citra will average twenty- which has already been recommendedbut foregoing remarks 'may be.mixed to-
don't .you stop shipping? Are you five car loads per day. Most of the in bearing orchards it should be gether, 'so that the phosphorus and
blind. J. J. POWELL. fruit" bringing good prices. supplied every year in some commer. potassium'can be applied at the same

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,Supplies all the needs. of the bearing' ,tree, Supplies all the needs of the young tree. ,. ;

We solicit the inquiries of the ,orange growers of Florida. Correspondence cheerfully' answered.. Pamphlets -

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sowing. It should be said, however, 011, pshaw; 'l let the ignorant enjoy tote his end of an argument, and if he, saw is a strip of land a half mile wideand
that' if wood ashes is mixed with a nitrogenous ,their'":bliss and .the wise weep over comes out on top this time the .agitation twenty;five miles long on.{he southside !
.fertilizer, some' loss of nitro- their "fq ly." will save thousands of dollars" to of; the Caloosahatchee. Bay. + It is,

gen may ensue, unless the material, % WM. P. NEELD. the: farmers, ,and (fruit growers of this a, dark gray pine soil, ,composed ,of
med, at once.-Prof.. .L. H. Bailey in. Pinellas, Fla. State. Let ,us get at the bottom facts silica and, vegetable mould,.underlaid.
Cornell. University., .Bulletin. :For further matter pertinent to this of this question right away. with a good foundation 'of hard ::pan,

discussion see,editorial: page.How MOSES. -. GALLBERRY.Orange clay or marl. Rain).falls every monthof ,
*- County. the year, and fertilizer and_ :moisture, ,
Dubious About Potash. X '
Much Potash, in a Box of Oranges do not,leach away. .. \
Editor Farmer and uit-Grower: ; ? Lee County. If one, thousand families 'would !;i

The oranges that made Florida famous Editor 1 Farmer and.h Fruit-Grower f : Editor; Farmer and Fruit Grower: come here and grow \the:fruit, can ,it

,never knew of the German,pot. In an editorial note: appended to Lee county is twice .as large as the up or make it into medicine for? ;. the
ash. I have long since wondered at article on potash ,say I takeno State of Delaware, 80 miles ,of Gulf cure of dyspepsia? urinary:calculi;anddiphtheria <;
how little I know of the "nature ofthings. my you fertile fine harbors fortunes could be made besides
"account.of the potash,required to coast, 10,000 islands, ,;
.", I. have: always heard'the Je 'make'.the fruit itself'which would be into which vessels drawing .22 the easy method of crystalizing!
scientific agricultural people scoffed ,"considerable." feet of water can come; inexhaustible the fruit is ,equally as profitable.,. .

at' though, of course. I 'never. ,liked. it., Would .it ? How much ? That is phosphate beds, no railroad, but.our 'This body of land lies in a zone ..
but these days: put on,my thinking just what want to know right now. Caloosahatchee river is worth more for from six to fifteen miles' farther south '.
cap when the subject comes up. "I The reason I did not refer to the pot- commerce than any? railroad in the than Palm Beach.at Lake Worth.: ;Rice! ,

am trying to'ls,satisfy myself, as to the ash in the fruit'was because I did not world. Extremes\ of temperature from sugar cane,bananas, ,strawberriesand
value of. potash and phosphoric acid know whether it required considerable 40 to 90, and the health admitted to winter vegetables are ,at home. here.It .
for my grove. I am wholly, at sea oh o_r not.I be best in America. Only 2,000 peor is needless to say these I lands. rein:
these elements. I have no fine tests that pie in the county, and 800 of them in the hands of land sharks, that .will
am aware ever met a
to, prove anything,.so can't: cite,' ,for the a man who does know. Fort Myers. Why? Our people are charge $25 to $50 per acre for water t ,
benefit of others, but I: think, that in a To be sure I have seen several alleged cattle kings, cowboys, fishermen, sail- fronts. L. C. WASHBURN,, M.; D... .;
I will be satisfied hunters and business hence Fort Myers, Fla.
few:;years more; so ors, men,
l of the ash of
analyses ,
oranges .. .
far is concerned. jLyery effort i invite
as myself but they-do not with each other no .to immigration.
man, too, ,must,know for himself. tiy .100 cent.agree These conflicting rf This is a tropical country, with The English as Fruit Eaters. -
In the','same issue. of your paper is--a analyses,per confuse, me. Then I do not royal palm i forest growing wild 150 Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: "/.'
clipping"from the Bartow Couri r.In- know how much ash there is. So feet high, and perhaps 1,000,000 Being an.'Englishwoman and,a great

formant,by ,Mr; I. Keck, which is cal- you. see I not only do not .know how, !. a res.0.1. land as rich as Egypt. Thisis fruit eater, as most,of my';'countrymenand
culated stimulate' ,the sale ,of themixtures much ash there,,is in a,box of the ideal tropical town of: Florida: women' 'are: ,- .I, cannot let the\statement -
r far extent,than oranges with four times made Mr..' G. W. Meade in
:to .a greater puts:? \I do know how much potash thereis as many tropical trees by ,
Mr: Adams or myself can discouragethem. in the ash. and fruits as I have seen elsewhere i in your issue of,the, 27 inst., pass without i
.. I.have 'to smile at, all this. ,Some philanthropist who knows the State; and I 'have been nearly allover comment" ,, even, at the risk of contra-,

One question rises above all others in !! ("sartin sure1'!) how much potash there it. There is more luxuriant ..dieting .so great an authority. who!.evidently i.
my' mind. Which is ,the greater,' the i is in a box of oranges has now.a chanceto growth of tropical products here thanI based his facts !upon the strengthof

income from oranges or the outgo,,for confer: very*, favor on a i ever. saw even in .Key West and having passed; through, perhaps,
fertilizers in the State? Thisdon'tmean grea Cuba.I one section of the country duringjthe
l learner. DUDLEY W. ADAMS.
to say that fertilizing'is .notes-:; -..'. have cultivated pineapples here gooseberry season. ,f
sential, but it does mean to question nine years in,the open air, without, a The reason why the green fruits he
judiciousness of the same.mixtures' The Revolt Against Potash. failure l They,are never: grown: under speaks of'finds so poor a market in i
for all groves,':and<; the same food' for 'Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: a4' shade qr.other protection in ,Lee i England is because all. who, can affordto

groves, crop or no crop. D. W. Adams has i taken the potash county, and, yet never enough are buy or raise it are accustomed to
''Near me is a grove,that was fed on' animal by the horns and:is I,.loosening' raised for 'the home,,market.raised: having the very best of 'fruit.that can
the;"cc' complete stuff ti1 (or. years it UD his" epidermis& with'his." broQ"a' D-,-1s.;--, 586 ,Red .Spanish: on;> one-twentieth: be grown. The.upper.. classes all have
was an eyesore and a disgrace to the Some. ,may charge t that l he) is working part of an acre'this year; 500 sold. at ten their, own immense gardens with;their

country. .I.had urged thrown: er often i ..Ilis'Iutpb r tens too. vigorously, r cents t a piece, and ,86: 'culls .Nearlyall hot. houses, pineries, and vineries,
to use'blood and.bone, or tankage, but, arid, possibly he,,:is'; but,i if,ant.potash the rest of the plants on this plat where 'their gardeners raise all the
no: :sir, the fertilizer 'men told Jiim man thinks, so ;hope he.'will tackle are ,now, fruiting, or look as if they fruit they need and which is served; ;rt
what to dp. But lately the. man got Adams and show up :the; '"whichness\ would before ,next January.; Thirty their tables every day. Little need

.. desperate.and put on,the ". low: grade," ,and the, whyness" of the\ matter._ It eight of my larger Red Spanish wouldfill for, them to buy when they can, !raise
"' otthl: ss_" stuff, and. now; see the will be rare entertainment' for the a potato barrel.I such grapes,pea nectarines,plums,
grove-UV wonderful.. Great long 'FARMER AND FRUIT. GROWER family, have visited the, sand hills, Indian etc., as have, never seen here, though,
new; growth, with, ,large dark green: besides bringing outmost important i : River'the islands.around the coast and I,have been through some 'of.the.largest .-
leaves, waving. and nodding ,in .the J information.BroAdams. Cuba:ito.investigate:pineapple,culture,: markets in the North. ,

breezes sMj, almost H- like ',willow" '-*' ) *:: tree.:.t..1 t' ; is generally. .well. able to I .and, toe best.'-.pineapple,>.j 'country., .-. -. .,;I<-.'ever;. ,,. As. .'--to-i :"the*" other. j I. classes, there-is.''y not*,.,

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f .UdL( .L. .7'Laese contained in soils is "' 'lionsreadiiy i T few seeds*
average a probable separating, ,
-lTEDEGElVED. 11\J1tl1tft' w a were sofa At* pries
DO proportionate, but those!who buy should indication onlS'thatitis in need but.it is not to be compared with the

'S understand that they. ar hot getting the. of phosphatic 'manure; :and the fact satsuma in flavor, a thin, vacuous acid
: ?: _
edition, it. A'reference
new or anythlng11ke -
(Jl << to modern..aubJect..8uclL, as Australian that. another, ,soil is, much, poorer in being itsochief characteristic. ,
Our. Readers Likely to Be Cun- : ballot system,welding iron by'electricity potash than average ..soi's is regarded The Japan waluts'remind, one

Swindled. ;; electrocutioni,t etc., show;? how ut' as a ",probable indication! only thatit I somewhat of the American butternutin
ningly terly,inadtquat* these out-of-date editionsare
to lflll.the needs of: a man who wants needs potassic manure. 'shape, but are smaller. and less cyl-

up-to-d&te1nform&t10 The reason is that an of indrical, being somewhat fusiform or
INGENIOUS PLAN FOR DECEPTION Some of these itinerants have,beensobold
"...... as to use language intended to lead soil, as ordinarily made, shows the spindle-shapped. The shell is so hard

buyers to ThE eve that,they,were.represen- total percentage; constituents dissolved and thick that one's fingers_ are ei -
\VH 7 schemers Trying to 8 Inferior tativ.es of Constitution A little care, mineral acids without dangered in cracking it. The meat
by. strong -
however,swill uncover this'mask as every
Pretense That Ar ;
Cyclopedias : person who is authorized tp offer the new reference to the I fact that only a does not reward the labor; it is not
False "There !. No Vice So Simple but
,the Britannica is' better than the butternut if
edition Of Encyclopaedia small'proportion of this total any so
AMnm Bom Mark of Virtue la HI provided, with a letter of identification. very may !
Outward Farts. from The Constitution.: If not provided be available for plant use. ..
with such letter, which the,, buyer,has a lPotash'seems: to be one of the con- .
We clip the 'following from.the Atlanta right' to see,, purchasers' may know heIs. Guaranteeing Sales.
Constitution in.the, hope that it -not a repr 8entative..of'' The Constitution stituents of soil most likely to be mod- i
will protect our readers against the nor has he the genuine new editionof ified and rendered avail ible by the Some fruit growers in disposing of

misrepresentations of any unreliable the Encyclopaedia. Britannica for sale. action: of winter, weathering, frost, their stock where the quality is especially -

book agents who may Approach them. rain, etc. There is good reason to ,fine, adopt the plan of guaran-

The Constitution is certainly'doing an BRITANICA Address postal, CITY card" and to the"ENCYCLOPEDIA special agent of suppose that the use of nitrate of soda, teeing the sale, at the same time fixingthe
excellent work in the way of encourag- The Constitution, who is in town for a day or and to extent of price.V have known this planto
education. And possibly, some su-
ing methods of home two, will call on you.a
it is'' to be deplored that there are per perphosphate\ helps to bring about by ,work admirably. The retail dealer -

sons so ,unscrupulous as .to.take advan its solvent action on a part of the main does not want' to. ,buy as ''he has a

.. tago_ of the great interest'' which has person .in, the country, at least in the stock in the soil a yearly supply of lot of fruit unsold.! The fruit grower
thus been aroused and attempt to turn believes the fine of his
county in which I lived, be he farmeror available potash. appearance
it to their own personal gain.It .
would be bad'enough if they simply tradesman, but has his garden ; ,it In two sets of field experiments goods will ensure a sale even in an

defrauded The..Constitution of the right-- may be only a quarter of an acre, or, !'cabbages carried out by the author in overstocked,market,and is willing-.',

ful reward for.,its; liberal educational perhaps half an,acre ; on the walls of i Sussex and Essex, potash salts, as an take the chances. .A few 'years ago

enterprise, but? ,what is worse- ,, these which he, grows plums as large ashen's addition to phosphate manure and 'nitrate in the. city of Jamestown ,there _was..a
are off-on .
pretenders palming an unsuspecting -
publio all sorts. of inferior: publications eggs, peaches or big yellow of soda, produced an abundant complete glut tomatoes. .
ata price 8.rly"immcient to Bon ,(Chretien or. Guillaume pears, increase, but the substitution of com were perishing for want of buyers. A
buy,the genuine 4 new edition of, the EnV rich, juicy and melting like butter in mon salt for potash,salts,on other plots grower in one of the lake towns\ who

,ayolospecial 9 Britannica,. now offered at' the mouth. Besides these he will answered just as well, probably owingto had some remarkably large tomatoes,.
stitution..introductior The. Constitution,rates by) says The: Con- have long rows of currants, black, ,the' decomposing) action of the ''salt shipped a quantity of the extra fine'
white and red raspberries strawber- of specimens. They readily sold at'good a
'In'Wednesday's Constitution 'the'leading on- the' compound silicates potash
editorial-was'devoted to-an expose of ries, big pink, luscious beauties, and existing in the soil. It appears that 'price. Instances of' this kind

the insidious attempt the jute, trust.to, apples of many varieties, and of course the economy of potash in a soil is can be'multiplied almost without,num
deceive cotton, This IJnngs to,
shippers. us '
the consideration of another'matter'upon, the ,despised (?) gooseberry. Even. more complicated than that of :phosphoric her.-Grape

which the.public should be informed. the,laborers, the lower classes, have acid-Gardeners Chronicle. --- .. .-.

of Believing the new edition that the, of wide the' Encyclopaedia,dissemination{ )> their little plats of ground where they The trouble in Florida: soils is that Spraying with Kerosene and Wa-

.Britannica would be a lasting and decided;( raise all the fruit required ,by their, even silicate of potash,'if present at all, ter. :.-

benefit to the people ,of .this section; a* families j not only the gooseberry, but is in irifinitessimal l quantities; hence theconclusion In a notice of the Wisconsin Experiment -
..special introductory ontr ctwal'securedl: ; allt,the small fruits above mentioned.Did .
:from the Britannica publishers wholly in., seems irresistible that pot- Station the Country"Gentle

the interest of our readers.: The' Constitution : your correspondent visit the ash in some form must be supplied. man says : A description is given of
is not in the book business, for.any j
orchards of f Gloucester-
profit on the sales. It is not concerned, in. apple or pear the kerosene spraying attachmentfor
a pecuniary sense, further than'the legitimate : shire and Somersetshire, or the force pum'ps' (devised 'by '''Mr.
increase of the number of subscribers cherry orchards\ of Kent or the A Japanese Mandarin. Goff), by means of which kerosene:
to the daily and the, weekly Constitu- Editor Farmer and fruit Grower
'tion. The knowledge of the educational: great strawberry and raspberry sprayed directly 'with water. So

good it is accomplishing through this lib-' gardens of ,Middlesex; or the fig gar I promised you and 'many of your satisfactory have been the results that

eral offer for the would entire alone'undertaking.This be sufficient. recompense ' dens;of Worthing]: in, Sussex.; to say;, readers to keep them "posted; on new use of the kerosene' emulsion has

liberal enterprise of The Constitutiou nothing of the apple, pear and plum; fruits tested here on my experimental been 'abandoned except for special l

has 'excited the cupidity :.of. certain1, '\; orchards of the. latter county,? Had grounds.( I ,mail you a cluster of the experiments. The.attachment is.how

p Taking rsonswh'o;advantage have of other:our methods books'to. for sell.introductlon -! he done so he would- have, been better new Japan Mandarin, named Kin used with various spraying' pumps,

Britannia into houses not} : qualified to give an, opinion, _andwould Ki ni This is a_ prolific, variety, upright and a modified apparatus mixes the

,already impress provided prospective they, Buyers seek that tq cunningly they can*!* have realized that, the :English growing tree, with .1an eolatel kerosene and water.in the reservoir, ,

offer something "practically same" or\ require noeducation in the matter of l leaves like the kumquat and very few keeping them so till entering the

wish'just as good.readers" This to understand is deceptive,that.tht and w&l: fruit eating, as they are thoroughly thorns. 'This is certainly the earliest pump, when the passage :through the

new edition our of the Encyclopedia Britannlca -' well versed in the, art of eating and orange,- being ripe'now; while the:Satsuma nozzle commingles them intimately.

is just oft the press; that it has never: preserving their great variety of ;" which ,is considered an early .
been offered to bUc before in anyeeotion < luscious fruits. is
.of the.Unite States, and that it: orange, yet green. The'following'dispatch appeared in
can'be had only from The Constitution or' AN ENGLISHWOMAN.Sarasota As to hardiness, I find it just as
its authorized representatives. All others Fla. hardy as the''Satsuma. last'week's Chicago :Produce Trade
purporting to be the same are so presented '. Reporter, dated ,Columbus, Ohio] :
and this
The description
for the of deception.This .
"Patent are ,being, driven ,out of
> eggs
fruit I will leave ; '
is a matter to which The Constitu- to-you. .-
tion has been:slowto, make reference, be.: Plant Food In Soils. I also'put in' a_few nuts ,of the Ja- Ohio markets by the State food com-
cans..we recognize the right of every'manto'advance missioner, who last. 'week seized ashipment
: fruited for the first timeon
his own pecuniary interests by, A very useful contribution to our, pan walnut, of desiccated en-route
selling any books he may have or may be knowledge upon, this important sub- my',experimental grounds. eggs
obtain, While reference from the manufacturer in'New York
able to i; no libi-ary will fruits of the
I .
been contributed II.1ail.'sample .
can be found equal to the,new edition of, ject ha.s'recently by;; to a Cincinnati,dealer. The desicca-
Britannica The .- ''Bernard the Oorishiii Dai-Dai i, Kawachi, and other
the Encyclopedia yet Constitution Dr. Dyer,' to Journal .
recognizes the fact that this does the Chemical Society and of whichwe Japanese:oranges'as they'ripen. It1 is ted ,eggs have sold at 45. cents per
not render other reference libraries valueless poundand ,one;> pound is' equivalent
for to mail
impossible! me sample fruits
; and there may 'be those who could' give a summary. to 'six .dozen The commissioner'schemist
.not afford to purchase the best even at the chemical of soils tojso: many of 'your:readers, who have eggs. -
The analysis ; : the albumen in. the
exceptionally introductory price now applied for-them.! I promise! to'keep says
offtred'to The Constitution ,readers. It which, in the'early days of agricultural desiccated egg is obtained from the
would be an undoubted blessing to such chemistry was looked upon as likelyto them pbsted through your paper.- I of fish birds which
to obtain a reference library of. any.sort have very;few bearing'trees of :them; eggs eating sea can
that.would come* within their means, forall'reference'books be of very great.practical use,in ag-, the demand has been for'them be secured by the million on the low,
are valuable aids.to- riculture, was soon Tound to be, as, uninhabitable islands along the Atlantic -
ward self-education. that'I could not keep ,bearing trees.I .
.There.ean ,be no objection therefore, to ordinarily practiced, of very' limited have sold them at fancy prices in j coast. They are not fit for food;
other persons offering their books for sale value. Determinations of the total and the albumen alone is taken from
anywhere and at any time they see fit,'so quantities of the most important( mineral full bearing. them in making desiccated eggs.The
confine. themselves the L. NORMAND.
long as they to J. .
truth, and sell'their books at proper prices,' .,elements of plant food in the soil; ; patent-egg is largely used by hotels
not'Attempting'by deceptive! methods,'to have been'long recognized,as affording Louisiana.. and bakeries.Dr. -
obtain for their inferior work -price useful information. only in exceptionalcases. ; The mandarin I"s'a very pretty l little 1
"wjilchwpuldosnable: : ;,purchaser; ,,had fact that soil con- fruit with the characteristic mandarin Price's Cream''
"he not been deceived to obtain Thus; the a Baking Powder
tae D.wf dltlon of the Tnoylo])Brig tains much less phosphoric acid than is i shape and color, very thin peel], sec- World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. .'
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:Farmer $4 Trucker year, and will probably plant 100 acres The Loss of the Molasses Crop.

this winter. B. F. ROGERS. Few Poultry.
the differ-
-...-..... Jacksonville Oct. 31. in persons the appreciate of ........,...,.. -..
ences proceeds a sugar cane
Handsome Profits in Melon Culture
Edited by S. S. DeLANOY,
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: crop to a Louisiana sugar house that .........- .........- -- -- ........- Apopka Fla. "
the summer to Florida Sugar and Syrup. come from the practical loss of the -"
During you spoke Cheap,Pric s.
our Mr. Paine about the fine crop of Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: molasses crop. The advent of glucoseand
its capacity for mixing with the Readers, the object of this departme -
watermelons grown with the TruckFarmers' Do any of your farmers boil their
t is to educate the
uninitiated and
higher grades of Louisiana molasses ,
Special by Mr. ,G. W. all into
Bige- cane molasses?
sugar syrup
have assist the crank that has taken the last
practically annihilated the de-
low of Bushnell Fla. saying that Are kettle"
you "open good
degree. Therefore what I aboutto
mand for low am
would like to publish the net returns for the baker and confectioner and grade mo- r
from these shipments. home? lasses. While such molasses may be say will not be news to those that

,have been through the mill and
Mr. ,Bigelow's entire crop of water- If so, where do they sell it, and howis valuable as stock feed, no successful learned from ,
experience truth of
melons was sold by the Paine ,Fertil- the sero crop this year ? plan of feeding molasses has yet been
while those who have never in-
izer Company in New York, with the Where is the Florida sugar that we inaugurated, and the sugar planters of
vestigated the will
.exception ,of a few car loads that they have waited so many years to see, from Louisiana who are doing good workin their subject probablyopen

.divided up and sent to the interior of those rich swamp lands? the production of sugar find their eyes. >
What That
rooster cost muchas
molasses as
now practically worthless.
the State to avoid their being sacrificedon
J. M. CHAPMAN. a cow? Nonsense Yet reader
market at the time. One planter that we have in mind is ,
a glutted Chicago 111.
To fine quality and now running nearly a thousand bar- it is a fact. Many fowls are annually
produce a large
bought and sold at prices that would
rels of old molasses into the river
is the with all crop ,
as case vegetableand The farmers make
generally a
part buy a dozen cracker steers. .
in order to make for the stock of ,
orange culture, we must have a of their into and into way
cane a
sugar part the Similar molasses Take notice of the prices paid at the
formula from present crop. ,
special experiencedhands molasses for their There is
own use. recent English Derby show.. ist
which is the no better in quality, sold on the sugar prize
adapted to crop, no reason however to them
prevent Minorca pullet $46 1St
levee in New Orleans fifteen ;
well the soil
as as to requirements of from making the entire into mo
crop Rock pullet $55 2nd Rock
years at cents gallon which ; pullet,
State. ago 40 per ,
our lasses. Florida molasses if well made
would make a difference to this planteron $46 ; 3rd Wyandotte pullet, $37 ;
To make cake have
a good we must is good for the baker and the con- '
very the one of some $20,000. the l lowest price noted being $17 for a
the proper recipe.I fectioner though the confec-
Leghorn cockerel. These but
have succeeded in from. When we consider the loss of the mo- are. 'a
obtaining tioner of Jacksonville informs that
us few of the sales that took
lasses and the low prices of many place,
Mr. of the sales of the crop su-
Bigelow copies he seldom uses it, because it is so
and it is said that'sales made after the
28 loads of melons via the gar, perhaps some of the sugar planters' '
car shipped lacking in uniformity. It is made
bya show went as high as $150 for
critics find grounds for a single
F. C. &P. Railroad and the Clyde Line may sym-
; number of small farmers
great manyof ,bird. This to show what fanciers
pathy rather than for their goes -
York also his present
to permission to
whom are not well informed
to for bird
are willing that
adverse and ill-founded criticisms.- pay a
publish the same. syrup making and do not boil it down Louisiana Planter. suits them. These prices aie. low
These sales represent actual net returns enough. Unless boiled down to about
when, compared with the'valuations
sent to Mr. Bigelow, after all 32 of the saccharometer, it will fer- placed on many birds at the last New

freights and selling charges had been ment in the spring; part of it will Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder York show.

deducted, and are as follows : crystallize and will become Most Perfect Made.
part sour Why pot go into the hen business,
Cars Then it has be reboiled andrun ..
syrup. to -- buy a few crack prize birds, sell eggsat
'melons.' Net.
Recd at New York, May.. 31, 1894.. I..$ 297 70 through a lime-bag to sweeten it. There is a ripe side to the orange as $1 ,a sitting and get rich ? You

'... tt II II II Tune 31 4., U .... 3.I.. 670 329 68 65 Florida syrup is sold mostly in the well as to the peach. The stem half could probably sell all the hens could

tt II .1 4, II .. 4" 7g 09 State, though occasionally some is of the orange is usually not so sweet 'lay during the hatching season, by
,,' a II II .. 06
,..,"" ,. tt ., II II 7 7, II .. 3.I.. SSS 197 91 shipped to other Southern cities. and juicy as the otter half, not becauseit using your jaw and lots of printers'
',' II II II II .. When well made and boiled
II, 2. 40'1 41 down to receives less sunshine, but possibly ink.
.f" .
.t+ II .. .
; II I. 26706U
., ,0.1 t r ,>,, II .. II, II .. I.!' -7,03 the proper strength, it is of a quality because the juice gravitates to thee "What It wouldn't pay. Who
w \ II II co ..
,! .II,.'t Y" ,:11,,." ., 11 14 14.' tt .. 2.I.. 500 23943 83 which cannot be surpassed. Th"sero" lower half, as the orange commonly said so ? Oh, he's a chicken .crank.

';' '... .,,.. ,' ", 14, II .. I.. 222 78 grade is a special high graderecognized hangs below its stem.-Good House- What he says don't count. He wantsto
.. "II.. .e II .. ,
'"!:a '
I. '
17 93sy in New Orleans
u but hardly rich in .
,.11. II III" .. I.. 02 keeping. get a.year.
"'r"' <1' I7t 231
:,'t./c"l II .r h.''1 ct.: If II .. known in the farm .
simple methods
: 17 104 04 Yes, that is just about the some
II I' N .. way
: "l"j ; : L. 137 0-
.. Florida.
II ce .. The State Farmers Alliance whichwas don't '
., 17 I. 243 70 people ,reason; they stop to take
-.: : II.t, -.c tt II tt 20 17., II II .... I.I... 25154 182 40 The Florida sugar made at the great announced to have been held at into consideration the value of the

factory near Kissimmee is never offered Plant City last Friday was a failure. fowls that laid the eggs. An egg's
': Net proceeds .......... 28 $6I3415
for sale in Florida. It is all President Borden and one delegatefrom an egg with them. No matter whether

Average net proceeds per car of 28 cars..$219 07These'two shipped in car lots to one house i in Sumter couuty, with two or three they come from the highest grade to

have* netted larger cars were returns.delayed en route or would New York. The small orders of Flor- alliancemen of this county, were_ all l1 be obtained, or are culls and inferior

ida merchants are not considered that showed up. No meeting was stock; ,and they also expect to buy

Mr. Bigelow planted AI.oe 70 acres last worth attention. held.-Plant City Courier. fowls" bred from the breeder's very.

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best pens, at prices that would pay characteristics peculiar to the breed POPULAR POULTRY FARM
but little more than they would bring which will commend it according to ,
in the open market for pot pie. Now. the process intended. A pure breed
that is all wrong. Nobody will trade may be intended solely for laying, APOPKA .

you an equal weight of gold for your showing but little inclination to sit, of the Press.The .
populistic dollar, and it would be just while another will possess qualities for
I Vice-President of the Florida Poultry As-
as reasonable to expect them to do so : market, which give it a high positionin sociation and editor of the South Florida Home.
as to want their best selected fowls at its class. These qualities are not makes the following comments on the exhibitat
South Florida Fair:
the price of dunghills.A posssessed by common fowls, as they The next in order comes the Popular Poultry
breeder is obliged] to discard vary too much, being really nonde- Farm, Apopka,S. S. Del/inoy, proprietor, with
many birds that would be considered scripts. The farmer who believes that I one trio each of Langshans! Iudi ian Cam. s,
perfectly lovely by the majority of "one kind of chicken is as good as an- White Leghorns and Black Minorcas-and four
better trios seldom The Indian
people, and if he buys he does not other" convinces no one who has tried were and
'r Games were the best we have ever seen
look for the cheap, "if he is a true the pure breeds, but deprives himself lit easily won the blue card,as did the White LeghI -
fancier," but rather who has got the of advantages which he should avail rns and Minorcas. The Langshans ought to
have had the first but through an oversight of
best, regardless_ of cost, and. those that himself.All .
the Judge it was given top pair that were dis-
have a national reputation for: havingthe breeders are now blessed with it qualified. ,
best don't hesitate to ask from too many birds, and they will sell them -- The above, coming> from a breeder of experience -
$10 to $50 each for their good to extra cheaper at this time than in spring, be- is worth the attention of all who contem-
fine birds and they manage to sell all cause they will sooner or later be com- I plate Send"" the stamp purchase for catalogue.Live of fowls or. eggs.
they can raise at those prices. pelled to reduce their stock to a mini- -
Now, I don't mean that good stockor mum. Now is the. farmer's opportunity S. S. DeL4fAN:0Y: PROP.
eggs ,can not be had at reasonable .0 to Duy and improve his flocks.The .
prices, because I know they can be. cost of so doing is but a trifle Stock.Raising a rack and put a little fresh hay in it
The only trouble is, in looking for the compared with the advantages to be every day. In cold weather give one
cheap you are apt to get something derived. The intelligent farmer makesuse ear a day of corn-shelled-it will
that will make you feel mighty cheap of j j. ure breeds, as he is then cer- Calves in Winter. : never scour a calf, but corn meal will.
and disgusted with the whole hen tain of having a flock that will excel in Remember that you ought to feed for
business. S. S. DELANCY. production of market I The popular idea with many farm-
eggs or poultry bone and muscle and not fat, and so
to his Procurethe ers is, that spring calves are much
according preferences. give the corn only moderately duringthe
easier raise than those born in the
stock for next year now, and use to cold weather, but l let the grain
What It Will Cost.
and make better thrift in animals.
the breeds. It will lessen the ,
pure food be oats, bran and oil meal. Do
If you desire to improve your stock and reduce the After long experience with both, I
outlay by buying now, not be in too great a hurry to get the
the cost of so doing is so small an itemas prefer the fall calf decidedly. My
labor in the winter and spring.Poultry calf on grass in the spring, so as to turnit
to be of but little consequnce. It Keeper. reasons for this are, first, that we escape out before it can fill itself well,and,
has Deen demonstrated that one male .-.-. the swarms of tormenting flies, if convenient; keep up the bran feeding -
can sire thousand chicks in a year, Fattening the Turkeys. and as the milk rarely sours, there is for a few weeks after it is on pasture -
and he will also be useful the next sea- Turkeys wander too much to less danger of scours, which is the the
gradually reducing quantity as
son. A pure bred male, if purchasedat put on fat as they should, if allowed most troublesome ailment we need to the improves. Alwas breed
this season of the year, can be had freedom, no matter how well fed,they guard: against, and, second, the fall heifers grass to/come in at two'years old your, or
for about' two dollars. It is true he may be. This active habit is all right calf goes to pasture at six months old a little less, as while it will make thema
may not be .a high-scoring show bird, while the birds are growing. So longas under favorable conditions, and will little slow to mature, it does developthe
but he will be just as valuable for breed- warm weather continues turkeyswill be larger and thriftier at a year old milking qualities, and the sooner
ing purposes. If he is mated with a get their own living in the fields, than the spring calf which has a win- the cow is earning her way the better.A .
dozen, or even as many as fifteen hens, and will only need a feed at nightfall ter of dry feed before it, when it is Jersey heifer will come in profitably -
and each hen layed ten dozen eggs a to bring them home. The fatten- weaned. To raise a good, thrifty I at twenty months old.-Prairie
year, the total number of eggs will be ing process need not continue more winter calf, good, warm quarters must Farmer.
about 1,500. Allowing that two thirds than ten days to two weeks. The be provided and attention given to .
o of the eggs will produce chicks that birds should be placed in darkened cleanliness and to giving it a warm, Cotton Seed Meal.
can be raised and the one thousand is coops, with boxes of food and water, dry bed. Fruit growers generally keep onlyone
not difficult to estimate, what then is to be given moderately for the first The calf should be allowed to suck cow, and it is important to themto
the cost, or rather what is the gain ? three or four days, gradually increas- the mother for three or four days, as maintain as free a flow of milk as
If only one cent more in value is add- ing the amount until the birds eat no the thick, rich milk called the "col-- possible. There is nothing in the line
ed to each chick sired by a pure bred more. Overfeeding at first injures digestion lostrum," is necessary to cleanse the of dry feed which will make milk as
male it requires but 200 of them to re- but if the amount of food is bowels and to develop a good healthy copiously as cotton seed meal and cas-
pay the cost ot the male, and if the gradually increased the birds will, appetite. I have never had any sava. If to this can be added dailya
value of. each chick is increased five keep quiet because in the dark, and trouble to teach the calf to drink that little green: rye or crimson clover,
cents it will require but forty chicksto lay on flesh and fat very fast. It is had sucked a few days, but when in cut and given in the manger, there
repay the outlay. But we ventureto the practice of some to stuff the birds former years, I thought a calf oughtto need be little or no dimunition in win-
claim that, compared with chicks of with corn meal and milk made into a be taken away from the cow as soonas ter from the summer flow of milk.
no breeding whatever, there will be a mush. But we never had need to do it was born, I often had great The Tennessee Experiment Station

great difference, not only in the price, this. Keeping the turkeys quiet and trouble. ,. says :
but in the weight and quality, while in a coop that is* darkened causes Feed the growing calf new milk until Cotton seed meal is the most valu-
the pullets that may be saved will be them to fatten rapidly enough with- it gets a"good appetite and beginsto able of all the so-called waste pro-
much better layers than those of com- out stuffing them. But this cannot be grow. I always feed one week, ducts used as feed stuffs. It can be
mon stock. Improvement need not continued more than ten to fourteen and sometimes ten days on new milk, safely fed for long periods, as muchas
end with one year's trial, for a new days, as the bird's digestion and appetite and then I begin to feed skim milk five pounds per, day per 1,000
male may be had during the succeed- will fail after that time, and not I and cil meal and pour' boiling 'water pounds l live weight in the ration for

ing year, and it will require but a few even the stuffing process will cause i I over it to make a jelly. Gradually cows giving milk. As the cow approaches -
years before the farmer will have his them' to lay on more fat.-Am. Culti-- increase this to about a gill, and by the time for calving the pro-

flock full equal to one containing pure- vator. the time your calf as four weeks old, portion of cotton seed meal shouldnot
bred hens little bran in the exceed three We
only. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder begin to sprinkle a pounds daily.
With a pure breed the farmer will World's Fair Highest Award. trough,' as it will soon begin to eat, do not think it advisable to feed more
better understand how to make poul-- -4.. and there is no better grain food than than five pounds of cotton seed meal
try pay. It is impossible to manage Some man has invented a plant pro- bran for a growing animal. By the t daily to milch cows. For butter mak-
poultry when there is no uniformity, tector. It is a paper cone, saturated time your calf is three weeks old, it ing it is not advisable to exceed three
no characteristics, and no system of with tar to make it impervious to wa- will begin to pick hay if it placed pounds daily. Many years of close
breeding. When a flock consists of ter, to drop over early spring plantedor where it can reach it, and there is observation elsewhere, as well as the
hens of all kinds, no two of them be- winter planted vegetables when nothing better to keep the stomach I results of recent experiments, inducedthe
ing alike, they will differ more in their there is a probability of a frost. Theycan and bowels regular, and every writer to believe that it is not safeto
desires and preferences, and ,while be dropped over the young plant] one who is to have fall calves should feed cotton seed meal as the ,sole
some may be excellent in certain respects the night before, almost as fast as a provide some fine, sweet hay, either ;f addition to the daily allowance of
others may be useless. IT a man or boy can walk, and in the good clover or second crop blue grassor coarse fodders, particularly during the
pure breed is used there is uniformityof morning as quickly removed. They timothy, what the Yankee farmer I three months preceding and the month
color, and there will be certain will last for many years: calls "rowan," for this purpose. Make I after calving.



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,. '"" etc., better than at first. Highest Honors-World's PaIIP!
: In the West one often sees houses -
The custom house receipts of Tampafor I Edited- by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS, built of wood in-the "box"- style, so :
the month of'Octob 'foot to I Thomas.
up St., .,Fla. familiar to us here, then cheese-cloth,

the enormous: .amount; of .$ oooo. ;or. thin cotton, is tacked ,i inside to the

The imports will ,ambunt: to;' equallyas From a Woman's Point of View.I rough boards, and papered over, dec-

much, making a total.of $1zo. .0oo, dreamed last,night of schoolmates of 'orated paper, put on with paste. It I

and yet we;are'not allowed' t''a decent the sweet; long-vanished years is ,not a durable, finish, is, in fact, a
custom house.-Tampa,Tribune;: That were4 untouched by real grief, tho' makeshift the wind is but partially
; :
sprinkled ,oft by tears, .
The tobacco crop of Gadsden coun- Of the schoolhouse near the burying debarred, and there is but little privacy CREAM

ty of 1894 has not yet 'attracted any ground i of the loves that seemed so true; : in such a "telephone house," as

buyers. from, abroad, 'and l jib,sales, at There'are things in life more transient common conversation can be heard

l home have been! announced: It is said from.awoman's point of view. with more or less distinctness from J"N1m.'$ t

that Mr. Shroeder, who has returned Tlio*"young, and heads not,worldly-wise., one room to another through these ,

from New York,reports that :leaf deal- hearts were not callous'd o'er I. partitions.I .

ers are well stocked. Consumers;are B ,.contact with rough edges. all along have seen rooms hung with light ,'

economical;because 0t the 1 Kard.iimes: life's rocky shore. calicoes, neat, small figured goods selected -

and smoke cheaper cigars and the pipe. Whom.first the poet's words we love are we true-seldom wed-, J that I preferred to the papered' MOST PERFECT ,MADE ,. .

Mr. D. enterprising But there less done walls. It is fully as durable and less .
; J. Riggs, our are things wisely A Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. N1ss.
, merchant boughtI,30: chickens from %woman's pointof view. trouble to put on. But for a substantial pure
$ village : from Ammonia,Alum or any other adul 1t.
: house that is to be !home for life
and dozen last : ,
eggs year, STANDARD.
3,700 40 YEARS THE ,
dream has lifted curtain that '
My manya wants something else. "
one Ceilingand
nearly: all of which ?were raised in has hid
a ,
this,vicinity. Quite i a common, sightis A little, 'drama,-the actors young-as plaster seem to ,find equal favor '
have a hand in the fitting of the"lovely'boards
:with those who have written the
across the close as a coffin)lid on
galloping countrywith
.a,man : ; "
:! a. peck or two.c of; ,eggs.in a corn I wonder if the old light comes in an :subject of Florida houses; perhaps the without ,being"out of
sack tied to the back of the saddle honest eye of blue, leaning i is on the side,of ceiling, with her womanly sphere; if 'she: beholds
part At thought of it, and what might have 'new dressed pine wood, in which the I the shingles nailed layer' by layer'
each being done in.a. wad
; egg up been from woman's point of view.
perhaps her first sight of )
( such'things
of moss isas safe as though made of gram shows so beautifully that,it is of
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she feels the that homea
itself sufficient decoration and needs importance a
rubber.-Miakka Head Item in Manatee When one stands by a'sweetbeart'sgrave, ,
Advocate. *. and softly speaks her name, 'only oiling or a varnish to complete true home-possesses in this
e "She loved but he's world far more than she would to
'Saying, never me, .the finish. ,
The, potato. crop: has' suffered to blest for no flush of shame made "
As, a general thing ceiling is more enter one "ready so to speak,
some extent from the caterpillar, whole E'er mounted her cheek for the'name she and which she have
convenient for the builder. As to'the may any day
fields being in some instances stripped bore, proved untrue; without to Florida.
comparative cost I leave the to coming
There are sadder things than an early subject
of leaves. Mr W. D. who
Payne '
death, from a woman's point of view. more experienced, heads.. The boardsfor Even poor rich people, in northern
recently made a vist to Tampa, re
cities who have the
ceiling must be carefully selected, never breathed
ports the oak scrub along the road1as And among the saddest,two young'hearts,. and.'must be kept clean and free from health-giving breezes of the piney-
full of them. In bound love's tender ties
: being many by mildew. wood, may, move to another house ;
places they were in such numbers Severed by some poor-foolish whim, or '
: do without their free will
mandate stern and,wise, While I write the sound of the saw many own ;
that the wheels would crush
wagon but the favored few build their
Or manly lips too mute to speak the words only ,
; and hammer is heard from the next
The rainswe
dsof them.
heavy that are woman's due, own nest in the woods and spend their .
think :drowned many, as they And this is one of the strangest things room, 'and a ceiling has been put in honeymoon like the birds.MINNIE .

have riot been so bad since; and wear from a woman's point of view. place'-overhead' that was intended to G. MILLS._ .'
in hopes the scouige is over.- be left entirely' nude of ''paint, yet, .
Manatee Advocate.The We live, we learn, we love, perhaps, and owing to the continued rains, though .
at a future, day, I in house almost The Couch a. Necessity. ,
piled a dry ,
editor of the Manatee Advocate The hand's in laid every
trusting a strong one There times when
board is with mildew. The are
visited the farm of C. L. Reeves. His for the'voyage down life's way; spotted -many
and notwithstanding If we keep a bunch of faded flow'rs, tied plane might have been used on it 'tis things that distract us couldbe
covers seven acres, -
grove with a ribbon blue, true, but the seasoning process through straightened out and the way'
'' this
storm, produces .year There are things less sacred treasured- which it is supposed to have gone made clear, if only one had a long,

boxes'of "bright" oranges, leaving from a woman's point of view. would then be of very little use, as comfortable couch on 'whose soft

( some 300 boxes of inferior grade' ; each board would shrink somewhatmore. bosom he could throw himself, boots
also some lemons ,and, grape .fruit. There ;are graves along<; the shore, where
and brain stretch his
This much of the : frame'
hopes for years low-buried slept, causes weary
This he has not, as much land<; un-
year That were watered by tears as tender as trouble in Florida houses, that is the unmindful of tidies and tapestry, close'
der'the plow as former, years, but still those that'over the bier were wept; lumber not being well seasoned.As his weary eyes, ,relax the tension /of .
he has.fo'ur. acres in corn, one in,sweet There are unseen shrines to heroes uncrowned his muscles. and give his harrassed
potatoes, one .in chufas, half an acre. who-were too proud to,sue; I 'said once before, the hair has mind a chance.
i in 'sugar cane and one acre, in. rice.This There are things far worse than such loyalty not been written on this subject; andI minutes
Tatter however he cut before -from'a woman's point of view. have had frequentletters ,asking for Ten of this soothing narcotic -'
when the head '
throbs the soul"yearns
the.grain "got' in milk," making, as he St. Thomas.,Fla. more information, which argues well for the endless, dreamless eter-
for the immigration to Florida does
"the best quality of hay for ,
says, nal rest, would make'the' 'vision clear.
stock." Cow peas, bananas, guavas it not?, .
the nerves steady, the heart light and
ancl,a productive garden only, nec- The Florida Home Again. I suppose other States may boast of the star of hope''shineagain.\ ;: .

essary .adjunct to a home place of ,Contributions 'solicited in regard amateur carpentersbutperhaps,in none, There is no doubt that the: l longing;
With to the interior finish of florida the materials for inside work
which hehas
plenty. seventy- our are morevaried to die mistaken' 'for the need of a'
five head of cattle and""a plenty of.hog t houses., This will interest many or more capable- of- showingoff nap. Instead- of- the. 'immortality' of

stock> for all the meat- he,needs 'on the besides'the correspondent from Grove artistic handiwork. If the ama- the soul, business 'men 'and workingmen

farm and some' to sell, he may be saidto City, not merely those who contemplate teur'builder is.of an ingenious turn of want regular,,and systematic doses -'

be? ,"well fixed" to give a good -sup- building, but some whose houses mind, and especially.if'he has a wife dozing and after 'a bankin

port'' for his family, which consists of have already seen' their best days,and of the same ingenious turn, he often the shade;of 'an old oak mossy, that succeeding

himself, wife and five children.' A: wtio must,, .now that autumn windsare manages to do without "professional" seasons have converted intoa
of trees has blowing stir themselves{ to make assistance and. if :the true
peach grove 100 lately ; :pioneer ''tenement of song-birds there"is
been set out, which are growing'nicely I their buildings more. comfortable as spirit dwells ,in l tiim=which holds ,
nothing that can approach a big sofaor
,, Before)leaving this farm it will be well as somewhat 'activ more than mere{ ,spark) of the romantic a low, long couch placed in .the

well to mention a home-made wagonon Many. of us'built"to "finish". at a future --they will both tie proud of his tired
corner, where nature calf turn
which his crop hauled' to market. day, 'when,both time and't' money work: in erecting the,'Florida home. her face to the wall and sleep and doze

The hind wheels are all :of iron, except would ,be more 'plentiful. "Procras Some women '! prefer to have the the gloom.

the hubs, are seven feetjn; diameter;, tination" is well known to be "the home ready for them to walk into- away .,4-, "
and will easily load up forty boxes of thief'of time;;" arid in an indirect way ready fitted and furnished ; and -manyare Thirty thousand head,, of cattle.are

oranges,, A steam, engine boiler the same thief often steals our money;; dissatisfied if it is .:not furnisheda owned by people living at ;Ft. Meade.

weighing .5,000 pounds was hauled on i thus, the house being considered comfortable '- l la mode. But ,I speak 'for ,the majority ., _----. .. ,

this wagon for the saw mill ,near by., I \ ,'the finishing touches' were i indefinitely j of those who come and :who stay The coming season over 50o, oo

Two yoke pf oxen walk off with the' .postponed. Perhaps it is: here,/,! think, when J say,if the house boxes,of oranges will be shipped froma

load arid "make 'no fuss about it," better so; for' after a few years residence grows little by u-nder'her, own eyes, if radius of seven miles from the cent. '

going the four miles to Sarasota.: 'we generally know what 'we she sees the floors laid, she may even ter of DeLand. ;v

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Along toward night we gathered together Beautiful,wall I decorations,' suitable -
Maybe to come home and I had my for lecture, '''rooms; Sabbathschoolsand He used Powell's Fertilizers..

;f basket full of berries-full as,it would temperance halls/ can be! made ,,-::- '

.... I a hold., Hardly. any of the boys had with pampas,plumes and"immortelles. .j1 ./ .. Ir' '
i any _berries in their baskets to speak 11,made a lyre or harp for ,our church -.:_-::)....I'.'1rEl> .. ri.....

w.'e of. which has been much admired. The :It
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"Why, Charley, how did you get design js ;four feet, in height, with.a ," / :....'.
berries ? Ten times in letters above and ...,'.\\. 'f's. ..
so' many more motto gold be '" .
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sick than we have !" was the exclamationall low the design. In ,all; covering a ,....;;... .. !J...r' 1

around. space of wall six feet.in height.; i If you raise

i "Well, father told me when I found ,Such a design, when fastened,on: Tomatoes Potatoes '
have never takenBrown's a good bush to stick to it, and I did- the wall, will last for years. This is
you Cabbage Berries
: that's the reason." one.of the many designs that can ,be f ,
Iron Bitters?
You see, those boys had scatteredover made.. The motto ,of, this one. was, Peas and other Melons

You' have: 'perhaps, read the whole six acre field; they ran "Hark The Voice of Jesus Calls, Trucking .Crops,

the, 'advertisements ,and races, neck and neck, to find the best Praise the Lord." for Northern,and,Western Markets,

testimonials,: but never bushes, tearing right by some of the I will make design of this size',with POWELL'SGREENBAG

thought much about it. best in the field. They would pick a motto for $2, any design or any motto ,

I few here, then chase away to another. desired, the letters of gold paper and

One boy stubbed his toe, fell down not to exceed the numbers: this

Brown'sDon't and'spilled his berries; he got discour- motto. I will send a photo of,the.de- Fertilizers-
aged and would not pick more. in holder for ,
[ any sign neat photo 15 cents.; the TiigJiest 'grqde fertilizers made
IronBitters the stain One would pick four berries and eat Many beautiful works'of art might a rethe,kind you need. ,

teeth.] three; he said "he came out to havea be made from the,lovely ,things to ,be Send for circular telling"'all about them.
time and he ,to found almost in Floridaif
good was going at every turn POWELL FERTILIZER &,CHEfl. CO.
.' have it." A pig got behind a clump we only knew how to adjust, them.I BA.L'lMOREi MD.

will make where one had set his basket, and polluted for one would be glad to hear from Fertilizer manufacturers. importers 'and:
you strong dealers in, Nitrate of Soda. Sulphate of
and well.. Your energy and ambition the berries with his snout. One he sisters on this subject of fancy Potash Concentrated Acid'Phosphate,
will and health will f ,had left and he and:all kinds: Fertilizing) Materials. "
return ,perfect; boy only a pint work. MRS. W. R. BULL. a -
Iollo\v. You will feel better at once painted another boy's face 'red with Orange Heights, West Lawn, Fla. y'
and gain:'strength rapidly.i I'! them.; I kept my basket with me all p4. :
X /
,Dyspepsia, C Constipation, the: time, and when I found a good Banishing Washday. often will be desirable to give to the

Debility; ,Malaria, bush I picked it clean. ,. Slowly, but surely, ;]laundry work is cork some other shape, or to round the

Liver and Kidney Complaints. Well. I've thought of that injunction following.the _outward bound trend of corners. This ,can generally; be effected -

of father's many a time since; and if I soap-making, butter-making, spinning, with, a sharp' knife and sandpaper -
This remedy acts wonderfully have been able to scrape together a weaving and tailoring. The Women's but'peopl /;who make elaborate

in these complaints little property, scattered around one Educational and Industrial,Union,has imitations buildings in cork use a

and will undoubtedly cure. I place and another in Florida from just added toits numerous departments new sharp file.-Home Notes, Lon.

Will you try it? Jacksonville to Lake Worth, it is be for women's work the well equipped don, Eng.,

cause always when I found a good hand, laundry, located, iin .Long- >-..-. ,

The,RedLines Genuine j on baa the'the wrapper.Crossed bush I have stuck to it. wood, which has been ably,managed .Have any of .our band who- are;

All Druggists and General Storekeeperssell C. O. X.IVINGSTON. during ten years, past by a number'of i. troubled 'with weak eyes used;the] self;;
it. But the Jacksonville,Fla. well-known ladies in Brookline. The
get genuine- threading needle? It ,is a ,great' convenience
BROWN CHEMICAL Co.. Baltimore.Md. .-. I Women's Union, in its:office of public for hand of
Fancy Work in Palmetto. ; sewing-not,
educator, has undertaken this I new itself but
For Our Rural Horn e. course, really threading requiring -
venture with a desire to solve the
I read with much interest, the letter only a care in bringing needle
11 Stick to Your Bush." of our sister on palmetto- burlap work.I problem of organizing' laundry workin and thread together:; ,you push the
For Our Rural Home. the manner most profitable to,womankind thread the needle doestheres HadI
have made roses, pansies, and many : _.
This I took wife and in general-with just remuner- -
,summer my flowers from the burlap. Pansies been'as wise years ago as, I.am now
went uptomy: old'home in the White make from fine ation to those,who labor therein, rea- I should have had them before.-ED.
prettily burlap
:Mountains to get a drink of clear spring with white up Sometimes sonable charges to the customer, and O. H. R.
water and a mess of huckleberries.Istaid I spots. one fair profit to the institution which as .
finds beautiful pieces on small palmetto .-a-*-
two months, rambled over the sumes the management.The .
I have made booklets for
stems. Catarrh be
Cannot Cured
old stamping grounds r where I weeded work .is'' done under the most
in much the
onions on,my knees and hoed ''beans, pressed same wayas favorable and healthful conditions, ; in with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as

when I was 'a boy, and. I got any our sister. I cut corner pieces' for country air, with a copious supply they cannot reach, the seat of ,the dis
from the loofa
amount of health. the burlap covers, lacey pure, soft water, in well, ventilatedrooms ease. Catarrh ..is a blood ,.or.constitutional

One day-a long time ago-so.long gourd and sometimes make a pansy devoted,solely{rtojhe.use of-the disease, :and in order to.dire,i itr
and leaves of the same 'to take
it makes me feel old to, think about it :away laundry, and by' carefullY"traine; and you must take internal remedies. Hall's,
-I,was hoeing in the,garden with father the plainness of the burlap.! Then I skille ,workwomen, thus obviating the Catarrh Cure is taken i internally, and
cut six sheets of blqtting'paper seven
when along came,a troop of boys principal objections housewives have acts directly; on the blood and mucous
chattering and laughing and one of by five inches, pink or saw tooth the entertained against sending this work surfaces. Hall's Catarrh ,Cure is nota

them yells,out at. me: edges and neatly fasten small spraysof out of their own households. Special quack medicine.' Itwas prescribedby

,"Hello, Charley, what you up to in pressed flowers on the blotter booklet ization of labor is a modern tendencytoo .one of the best physicians in this

there.?; We're goin'nuckleberryin'; leaves, one side only; place' them strong to be resisted.-Boston country for years, and is a: regular pre-
come. rrf\ 'Inner. U between the burlap backs, tie at...top Transcript. I, scription. It is 'composed of the best
<>** '
0.j and bottom of back edge'with, ribbon tonics combined with the best
,,1 asked father what about that; and a known,
he said if I would finish,,out that bed or cord and tassel. I line the backs .. Old t ,"Corks." blood purifiers; 'acting 'directly on,the

and carry in some wood for mother, I with silkoline and'have a poem printed Even," corks, ,hitherto considered as mucous''surfaces. :The perfect combination -

might go.. Well, the boys all pitchedin thereon, worded : utterly useless,.can be put to'some'use of the two ingredients is what

and helped and we had, the job This fibrous wrap by the ingenious. A cork, if cut,into produces such wonderful results in'curing -

r done ,up. in ,about ten- minutes, and I .Is all my O'Ynj; cube, or small brick, bears a :close Catarrh. Send for testimonials,

then ,off.we go. Just before we startedout A By palm nature Tieart's grown.cap; resemblance in miniature to many free. .

father called me. kinds of stone. When a number of F. J. CHENEY & Co.. ,,

"Charley,:Ico here. ; I want to ,tell My lacey.mate; these;are combined, they look like old .. Props., Toledo, 0.

you something." Is The 100fa'8 corners state bind, speckled and indented masonry: They 'I Sold by Druggists, 75c."Brown's ,,

"'Vell"father, what is it ?" Within the rind. abound in brown,..or brownish-grey, --.. .- ;

."Charley, always bear this in:mind, spots and little cavities. Therefore_ ;' .Bronchial Troches" relieve
Throat Irritations caused Cold
Now ]look me through, it take number of such'cork by or use
when find bush 'stick
you a good toit1" Pressed flowers sweet, you a of the voice. ,The genuine sold only in
.' bricks, and construct\ from [them the .boxes.Ulkin.lapf. -
On true, ,
'1 t :So we tore off down the lane, throwing My pages friends will greet. model of a,small' house with care, it .

up our heels.wIth a wh\'op'' and a .' will present ,a pretty appearance. ;,tt 1GIHG'QJ\ :WELL MAC INERYw.

hurrah, making forty kinds
We made a day of it and had a bushel My greetings,stand= passing wires, or 'small rods' through ',leet'ArteRlan tdrm'stifle procesaenntake Pumpintr Rim to acore.work'erteete4EerD by steam Air etc.

I of fun. From June to May. them, or by gluing them together. It tushelpyii.Aurora, IU4. THE Chlcajo AMERICAN ULi Dalla WELL, TeL 1iOILYB,

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flORIDA of it, but revolt of the rural,'voters Every day in a Jacksonville restau- They are simply not complete. Agri-

:, 9LTCROWERs against hard times. The enormous increase rant the writer has Florida oranges set cultural mankind has run wild over a

t and effectiveness of farm ma- at his plate, each of which has the peel nutritive trinity-nitrogen, potash and

ARMOR chinery has pushed the production quartered and turned down a little, phosphoric acid-to the neglect of

ahead of the export demand in our making a small, dainty cup, which is magnesia, lime, soda, sulphur, and sev-
TERMS OF! SUBSCRIPTIONFor : two chief money crops-wheat and partly filled with white He does eral ther mineral
One Year ...............................fooo sugar., c ingredients which,
For Six Months....................... ..... i.oo cotton. The spread of American ideas not find the sugar necessary, but manyof in their several proportions, are exceedingly -
la Foreign Countries ....................... 3x0 and machinery in foreign countries has the patrons do. Now, if these or- necessary.He .

;subscriptions. in all cases cash in developed the growth of those staples anges had green rinds they would be predicts the gradual deterioration -
advance. No discount allowed on one's
abroad to such an extent as to curtailour condemned as unfit to be eaten, but and ultimate
subscription( in a club), but to complete impover-
all agents a liberal cash commission will markets. Corn, oats, rye, etc., the yellow rinds-and the sugar-cov- ishment of the Soils of the civilized

he allowed on all subscriptions obtained have not experienced any such disas- erall defects and sins, and some orange world, especially those which are

,by them. Write for terms. trous shrinkage as wheat and cotton grower is pocketing a few dollars, of strongly alluvial and composed of

poetpaid/a To every new subscriber of Whitner's we will"Garden send=, have, because they do not enter largely which probably he stands' badly in etable mold, unless farmers return veg-to

ing in Florida.copy" For two new subscribers into the.world's markets, and their need. the processes of Nature and restore to

at $2.00 each, we will send prices are regulated by the home de- their farms the only enduring fertility

postpaid, a copy of Moore's "Orange mand.
by the use of pulverized rocks
Stone Meal for Fertilizer. partIc-
Culture. ,
Protection free trade silver
ularly granite, gneiss porphyry 'and
Rates of advertising on application. The and of ,
these have, had less influence on the queues periwigs some
Remittances should,be made by check, of the orthodox lime.His
than teachers of
voters the price of wheat in the agriculture -
postal note money order o t registered little book, translated into Eng-
last" The South has in Europe are greatly agitatedover
analysis. sufferedas
,letter to order of lish and entitled "Bread from Stones,"
FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER- much in cotton as the North in a new doctrine, backed up by is full of sound knowledge and

Jacksonville Fla. wheat, but the South has voted stead practice, which, has appeared in Ger- we
have found it
as fascinating as a novel.It .
fastly one way. The: North is many. A scientist named Julius Hen
will be
,probably beforeits
NOTICE less by political than by busi- sel has published several articles and will many years,
teachings be into
considerations books in which he with much put practice
ness and has
If you receive a copy of this scourgedone argues : : in America to any extent, but it is a
partythen the other, for the hard ingenuity that a great part of our present -
which did not order book that soil tiller should read.
paper you every
times caused by the low price of its agricultural practice is wrong, es- ..
consider it an invitation to sub- --- -----
great cereal. pecially the forcing of plants and
scribe. If you do not want it, trees with rank animal manures and European and American Living

kindly hand it to a neighbor. The "Color Line" in Fruit. vegetable Compared.

The FARMER FRUIT composts. Mr. C. A. Green, of Rochester, N.
AND GROWER What was the earth originally ? he
CONTENTS.MARKETING i Y. editor of Green's Fruit
warned its readers Grower,
---..; not to overdo the asks. Nothing but a mass ot rock
-Appeal to the Growers;Words business of shipping immature or destitute of while sojourning in Europe'*recently
ol Wisdom............-................... 707, A certain totally vegetable and an- wrote to his paper as follows :
GK.OVB AND ORCHARD-Fertilizers for Fruit anges. amount of themmay imal life. By the action of the ele.
Trees..70Dubious be marketed in "We often hear it said that one can
7 even September, ments this rock-mass was
About Potash; How Much:Potashin slowly live cheaper in Europe than in Amer-
a Box of Oranges? The Revolt'Against but it is a risky business and the dan weathered down and the plants began I
Potash; Lee County English as Fruit line is ica. It maybe true of some date
Eaters ... ...........;..................... 708 ger easily passed.He to grow. What was the diet of( the but -it is past ,
,Plant Food in Soils; Japanese Mandarin; who ships an immature orange first plant-forms that existed on earth? not true now. The cost of
Guaranteeing Sales;Spraying with Kerosene living in America has been
and Water ..;... 709 does a hazardous thing, because he Manifestly nothing but stone meal, greatly
FARMER AND TRUCJCEJl-HandsoOle Profits appeals to a very circumscribed circleof water and air. This reduced, while here the tendency is

in of the Melons Molasses;Florida Crop Sugar..:.and.....Syrup......;..Loss.... 710 patrons, but he who ships an orange decaying and mingling vegetable with matter the- higher. To my surprise fruits are

POULTRY-Cheap Prices...... ......... .... in scarce and high priced all over Eu-
710 so color that
What it wn Cost........................ .. 711 green there is no stone-meal gradually created the fertile Think of
OUR' RURAL HOME-' Poetry; The Florida probability of its coloring up within a soils of to-day, with all their splendid rope. tour cents each for
Home Again; The Couch a Necessity...., 712 week or so after it reaches the market I I peaches and two cents each for apri-
Stick to Your Bush;Fancy Work in Palmetto productions.But .
; Banishing Washday; Old Corks....... 713 commits a blunder which is almost: a when soils become cots and apples, ten cents a pound for
EDITORIAL-The, Election The Color Line excessively
; and
in Fruit; Stone-Meal for Fertilizer..... 714 crime. A green or a russet apple sells rich in vegetable matter their product twenty-five cents a poundfor
Markets; Fruit Exchange Bulletins...... 715 below a red one, but a i is is strawberries. One quart of mixed
green orange longer healthy be
Auction Sales; California Fruits; Some of ; may won-
those Frozen Oranges...... .............. 716 an abomination. A green apple may drously rank, but it is not sound. fruit at the station costs twenty cents.

THE for APIARY-Thoroughbred Honey..................Bees.....;..Florida....... 717 be ripe, but a green orange is pro Still more is this true when this excess Surely America is the home of plenty
Drink Poisons;What a Woman Can Do..... 717 nounced by all mankind to be imma of decayed vegetable remains is rein and of good pay for labor. The poor
Business .... 718 in
Europe eat mention-
ture and no meat worth
sour. forced with animal matter, strong and
Weather in Jacksonville. A Jacksonville merchant., returninu0 rotten. ing. Our poor live like nobles in

from-New York says he -saw in one He states that cows fed on the comnari-----r-------on._ W.. nmpn-..-..... ;..n. '1.A>U.AA"'; ft7'n..1 nv,,,.

a q a.: cellar' boxes of gar- fourteen hours for ten cents in our
a H a S 9,000 green oranges, bage farms around Berlin which
DATE. Cd M u o"a ;; are ,
00 Cd 00 :Sa: o III;! ,:q f-4 '" and from 250 letters sent out to their manured with sewage, yield milk money, make twelve night caps

Oct.. 30..-...--..-..67- -60 80.- 60- 20- Interior: customers in *an attempt to which is unwholesome for infants. It for ten cents. Offer a man in this

Oct.. 31.........55 61 70 52 18 61T 70 0.04 sell them the firm did not receive or is a fact which all Florida ranchmenwill country one dollar and a half for
Nov.Nov. 2,........65 64 71 81 73 4R sS 23 25 60 70 0.00 ders for twenty-five boxes. That cel- confirm that live stock in a sandy working in your garden a day and he
......... 0.37 will mistake for
Nov. 67 73 69 lar of you a lunatic. One
4 71 2.50 grass-green oranges was a mon- region will bones and
. Nov. 4 ......6 5 67 64 68 gnaw even woodin
71 7 dollar and
Nov. 5-..... ...59 sS 72 57 17 64 0.00 0.07 umental piece of the folly of Florida their hunger for earthy matter, es- 'a half, is more than some
- receive here for a week's
wages. But- .
Mean ..... growers. pecially lime.
.62 64 74 53 16"' 66
.Tota.1 rainfaU. T. Trace." 2.98 The man who takes an orange that The author cites the extraordinary ter,one of the leading items of expense

P. J. CAHILL Observer. is passably eatable with sugar and fertility the Nile mud, which con- with us, is but little used in Europe.

colors it an attractive yellow and sellsit sists chiefly of finely pulverized stone- At dinner it is not on the table of the

The Election. for a fair price is a benefactor to dust, created in the mountains of best hotels. At breakfast or lunch the

Such enormous "landslides" as Florida. He relieves rich man may. have a wafer of butter
by so much the Central Africa by the action of the ,
have occurred in opposite directions presure on the mid-winter markets. weather on the rocks. but the poor do not use it. It is never
in the last two years indicate that Thousands of people, especially ladies Florida farmers have frequently salted, but is kept in cold_ water until

there are several hundred, thousand used. Eggs cost two cents each in
expect to eat early oranges with wondered at the phenomenal growthof ,
people in the country who do not sugar and do not expect to eat them vegetation out of clay brought the market" or five cents each at the
know their own minds well. other up hotels.
very any way. ten, fifteen, twenty feet out of phos- .
They tend to shake our confidence in ----. ..
But to fill a single cellar in New This
phate pits. ( fact is not
the maxim, The voice of the people York with boxes of mentioned Mr. B. F. Carrier: received, 2.10
9000 the
author but is
is the voice. of. God. At any rate, most of which are ,as green oranges as the, of our own observation., ) given out per box f. o. b. for his Sweet Seville

these landslides point to a Drofound leaves of the trees they grew on, and Herr Hensel would have farmers oranges. He shipped them to Bas-

disturbance of the economic condi- will stay green until they rot or shrivel the ton.-Crescent City Philosopher.
tions of the return to methods of Nature. He .. .
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country, bringing a third is offense '
an against gods' and does
men. not the
deny for
party into the field .I necessity nitro At Interlachen, in this it is
just as the multi- It is an offense against good sense and for other rich and rank county,
ma- estimated that the
plication of parties in 1860 denotedthe and business orange groves,have
sagacity, because with but
an nures they should be
; used in from
tremendous political conflict 40,000 to 50,000 boxes of fruit.
expenditure of
one cent box
a for moderation and
culminated in as entirely subservientto It is reported that few
the civil a days since
war. in
a coloring cellar these
gas the main food of
oranges plants and
trees- four
In both the recent National elec- or five heavy buyers made an of-
could have been turned rather
a the rocks. He
pale does ,
tions there has been, not particularly lemon yellow it is not decry com fer of$1.25 per_box f. o. b. for the en-
true but
still mercial fertilizers
a: revolt against Protection or in favor turned, and sold at a'profit. but favors them so as employed far as they to-day go., tire Florida crop Philosopher., but the'offer was clined.-

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"Actual Prices for Oranges, Not BOILER

j The following telegrams were: receivedby Has many good points,adding greatly to convenience. safety and durability.

FLA., Nov. 10. us today: Designed especially for
Your rar of 350 boxes sold today,$2.50to
FRUITS AND PRODUCE. Sawmills Phosphate Work and Irrigation
1 $3.00; average $2.75. $2.75to .ro-
., Corrected by Marx Bros.
These are average quotations. Extra choice $3.00. .But superior for all purposes. Write for particulars. Address, .
lots fetch prices above top quotations, while, poor Your two cars arrived in very bad con-
1 lots sell lower. dition and sold at $1.25 to $1.50; average FLORIDA IRON AND WOOD WORKS
t Oranges,fancy .... ................... 2.00 ,
i. chOice........ ... .......... 1.50 $1.40. Second car 80c to $2.20; average APOPKA, FLORIDA.
o drops.......................... i.oo $1.15. The low prices at this sale was Sole Manufacturers of the Hege Emerson Sawmill Emerson's Variable Feed Works Dowel
Lemons,Pla., .... .... .............. i.oo brought about entirely by the poor con- Pin Box Head Machines Bolters, Edgers,Slat Saw Machines, &c.
*' .. .... ......
Messina. .. n. 3.00 NOTE-We have also fitted with reference to second-hand Six
..... ............ to dition of the fruit. up special handling machinery.
crate,. oo
Pineapples, -.3 3.25 facilities
railroad with of
tracks and
(6))acres yards good ,
( large ample private
.Limes,3-peckcrates: : ... .............. 1.00 Lemons $1.50 to $3.50, according to experience repairing warerpoms rebuilding and reselling all kinds of second-hand In years
Cocoanuts... .......... ............. 4.00 size and color. Grape fruit 2 to $4. selling it is equally important that you write us. Address as above, or:the machinery.manager, buying or
Peanuts,best brand...... ............. 004 to.05 Co.
Guavas,3-peck box ................... Soto 75 JACKSONVILLE. FRUIT AUCTION j. El\IERSON.: .
Japan Persimmons,crate ............ 50 to 1.00 THOS. R. TOWNS, Pres. Please mention F. and P. G.
Grapes.Catawba,5 baskets... .. ... .20
II' Northern cabbage,each .............. .08 -
apples,bbl................. 3.00103.50 Will & Jones' Report. JOHN CLARK SON & CO.
t beets bbl.................. 2.50 I: ,
Potatoes,bbl....... ................... 2.35 Buffalo, Nov_ 3.-Receipts of Florida .
II ** sack *.............ot.*e...... 2.15 oranges the past week have been liberal,
; Early Rop.e, seed. ........ : 2.75
;, Hebron seed.................. 2.75 and much of the stock wasty and part Grocers and Commission Merchants
Onions,bbl............. ............... 2.50 green, which had a depressing effect on ;
If 2 a..w................ ...- .18 the market, sales ranging from .2.00:<>. to
i 75c per box. Jamaica oranges sold from DEALERS IN
Fruit Exchange Bulletins. .
;4.00 to 2.00 per barrel, which, havingmore
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov., 3.As; pre- color than Florida, and sweeter, 'i.
It dicted in our last bulletin the heavy were preferred. We predict better pricesas Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors, ,.1
of greenish fruit going forward Florida lemons C'
quantity stock improves. Fancy '(:- ,
has had a depressing effect. 011 the market 4.00 to 2.75. Some wasty receipts Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. ;, ;

1 at all points. sold at 1.75 to 1.50. We cleaned up all -

Our telegrams show a range of prices receipts. Grape fruit, 4-00 to 2.75; receipts -
2.20 about 1.60. Jaokson.ville: E'1orida. .....
t from 1.00 to averaging light; demand good. Tangerinesand -O!{. '- J.x"if
Lemons Market good on bright, :Mandarins not yet in; look for good .'. ..
j; smooth fruit, while coarse, rusty stock prices on first arrivals. Ship us good, '
will not brine charges. sound stock; notifying :Mr. N. F. Washington PRICE-LISTOF'\NHISKES) : :

L There is still active demand for grapefruit Jacksonville, who looks after our MANONGAHELA RYE............ ........$t 50 CABINET BOURBON.... .............. ..$6 oo
I J at prices ranging from 2.87 to 4.12+, interest there,and gives growers the bene- PARKER...... ............ .... ..... ..... 175 J. MARTIN RyE........,......................,3 00
with an average of 3.25.LIVERPOOL fit of car loads. and makes reasonable ad- ORANGE VALLEY........... ............. 200 VIRGINIA GLADES.......................... 4 00
1 SPRING VALLEY........ ................. 250 OLD BOURBON.................... ..... 5 oo
i MARKET. vances on inspection at Jacksonville. BALTIMORE CORN....................... 200 KENTUCKY SOUR MASH................. 5 oo
We have had no sales since our last NORTH CAROLINA CORN................ 2 50 OLD BAKER....; ..; ............ .... .... 500
t bulletin. Philadelphia, Nov. 1.-The only or- CLIFTON CLUB............................ 300 MONTROSE VELVET RyE............?..... 6 oo
that should be shipped in October
dates for Liverpool are as ange
i Shipping and to the middle of November is the JUGS EXTRA: One gallon, 250; two gallon, Sac:; three gallon. 750. Remit by post-office
follows: Nov. 4, 8,11,15,18. Shipments up varieties.I money order, check or registered letter. We cannot ship C. O. D. Remit with order.A .
should arrive in Jacksonville on the day Parson Brown or a few sweet complete price-list of Groceries, and Wine List, sent free on application.,
II preceding dates named. Shipping green sour orange to market is ,

All shipments should be markd "For like driving a nail into one's own coffin, JOHN CLARK SON & CO.THOS. .
be created by ,
Export. and a demand can never

I In making up shipments for export doing it. Keep them back until ripe;
fruit sizes get people hungry oranges you
f do not ship any rusty or
President. Secretary.
I smaller than 200s. can then have a good,healthy market and ESTABLISHED 1890. -
keep the reputation of the Florida orange
i -- where it belongs. Most sales are being
Fruit Auction Co.
s'' Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 7.-The election made within a range of 1.25 to 2.00 per ,

t' excitement during the past few days box. Choice to fancy lemons, as to size.
., has had a more or less depressing effecton 2.00 to 3.00. Ordinary stock and russets, FRUIT HUOTI0NEERS= : ,

_ trade generally, and we are convincedby 1.00 to 1.50. Grape fruit, per box, 2.25 to

reports from the principal fruit cent 3.00. Egg plants, per barrel, 5.00 to 7.00. LIBERAL Office : P. S.-Our

ters that one of the causes for the slug- String beans, 1.00 to,1.25 per box.Redfield ADVANCES Company does
gish movement of oranges can be tracedto & Son. MADE ON

politics.Prices ALL FRUIT On Viaduct, Business only
range according to last sales SHIPPED US. under theabove
} 1.25 to 2.10 for oranges; grape fruit, 2.80, New York Markets. JACKSONVILLE. name.
x and lemons averaged 1.50; stock mostly Apples-The market has shown little We can help you. us.

r poor. Oranges averaged 1.90. improvement on medium and ordinary Jacksonville Fruit Auction Co.,
!, The quantity of fruit going forward is grades of apples, but fancy fruit has had
growing larger daily and, considering more demand and offerings have kept THOS. R. '

greenish condition, the supply is more cleaned up closely, Prices are not materially -
than ample for the demand, but this is l changed, but some of the finest
nothing new, the same tale is repeated marks slightly exceed highest quotations. FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.

_i every season. Some of the people will Florida Fruits-Oranges have arrived
eat green fruit, all of the people will not. much more freely and with demand im- .
marketing Florida Fruit to the
An Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for
Receipts! at New York during week proving slowly and much of fruit green best advantage.-AUTHORIZED CAPITAL$300.oco.
ending Nov. 3, were 38,550 boxes. This and poor, market has been weak and de- BOX MATERIAL-The Exchange is fully prepared to supply boxes and paper on
j means for that city alone. clining. At the close a few fancy brightsof order. Write for price list and terms. ,
We are in receipt of advices showing 176 and 200 size are reaching 1.87, but -:OFFICERS :-

r that last season's receipts of Almeria'grapes it is very extreme and general sales from GEO. R.ALBERT FAIRBANKS M. IVES, President.Gen'l Mgr.and Treas. M.D. TURNER GREENLEAF, ,Secretary.Vice-President.

1 at New York were 250,000 barrels.;: 1.25 to 1.75, with very poor lower. Lem- DIRECTORS-Geo. R. Fairbanks,Alachua Co.; E.G. HUh Bradford Co.: Dr. E. E. Pratt
The quantity to come this season is but show a wide range in quality and : Hillsboro Co.; John Fabyan, Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher, Orange Co.; D. Greenleaf, Duval Co.;
ons Duval Co. A. Brevard Co. F. G. Marion Co.; C.V. Hillyer,
less than one-half of I J. D. Mead : Brady ; Sampson
110,000 barrels, or value though fancy rated steady. Marion Co.; John M. Bryan, Osceola Co.; W. E. Stanton, Putnam Co.; }1. S.Moreman 81.
last year's supply. In our opinion this Grape Fruit in moderate demand and Johns Co.; C. F. A. Bielby, Volusia Co.; Irving Keck Polk Co.
must prove of some benefit to Florida easier. Address correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange,Jacksonville, Fla. Stencils,
with full packing and shipping instructions furnished on applJcation.1IIIIm .
j later on. Apples, King N'n per r-hoop bbl, 2.75
Now, as to our idea of the prospect for to 3.25; King, Up-R and State d-h bbl,
better prices in the near future, we haveto 2.00 to 2.75; Baldwin N'n per d-h bbl, BROS. 1

say that as soon as the fruit begins to 1.50 to 2.00; Greening, Northern per bbl, .
arrive more fully matured we feel satisfied 2.60 to 2.50; 20 Oz. Pippin, per d-h bbl BARNETT .y.,

i it .will sell more readily and at better 2.00 to 2.50; Snow, per d-h bbl, 2.00 to BROS. 159 South Water St., Chicago, ;''.

2.50; common to good,per bbl,75c to 1.12. .
pnT.ce8d.av the principal receivers in the Potatoes. DEALERS IN FRUITS. '
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markets have "greenoranges stacked up Imports for the week have been 786 We respectfully solicit shipments of Fruits and Vegetables.

in their stores, on docks and in ware- bags from Great Britain, 401 from the We are now making specialty of ..
houses and regret to say that muchof '
Continent ; imports last week 1,371 from
this fruit must and will sell at prices Glasgow, 480 from the Continent and 238 ORANGES_ ,
that will not satisfy the grower. I from Nova Scotia. .

EXPORT SHIPMENTS. The immediate outlook for domestic and invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects.

We have been looking for a cable from potatoes seems to be very unfavorableand
Liverpool to-day, but up to this receivers here are in many cases ad- We want reliable agents at all principal shipping points..

it has not arrived. Mail advices receive vising shippers to hold stock at least for
show market and good the present. A few weeks ago shipperssent References, by permission:-National Shoe and Leather Bank, New York:,
prices daily ruling.a strong i such liberal quantities that market the Volusia County Bank, DeLand, Fla., and the Commercial Loan and Trust Co.




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from here were so discouraging that N paint the best is the cheapest.-Don't be -v

shipments were checked, and as:soon as I .

the accumulation_ was reduced here the misled ,by trying what is said to be "just as good," but whne
,Eaarketbegan to improve and<< aslightfadvarice -

was established When the interior you paint insist upon having a genuine brand of ,f,

shippers stopped sending stock here ;

a larger quantity:was turned to Western

markets t,, but as: soon as this market Strictly Pure White Lead : LINE]

showed improvement 'the receipts: were .
greatly'increased; and now the situationis

very weak again with l lower? prices prevailing It costs no more per gallon than cheap paints, and lasts many timesas

and the,'demand is,,not, equal to
; ] Look out for the, brands of White Lead offered
:the ; arrivals and a large quantity has accumulated long, you ; any .

during the week; On a basisof of the following
the 'cost.in"the country prices are now ,
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ANCHOR Cincinnati
( ) RED SEAL" (St. Louis). 'n. >
low be without
as as they can incurring .. .
I I. <
loss to shippers and it lo ksfts.if, prices (Chicago) (Louisville)
SOUTHERN! (St. Louis and Chicago). "ATLANTIC" (New York).
lower in the interior in order( to
f (Pittsburgh) JEWETT (New York).
put the market in a condition, or stock
must be held back and shipped, more FOR COLORS.-National Lead Col's Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.

moderately. These ,colors,.are sold in ,one-pound cans, each can being sufficient to tint 25 pound s ol
The following table will show the trictly Pure White,,Lead the desired'shade: theyare: in no sense ready-mixed paints,but a comJnation ROUTE
:: con- of perfectly pure colors in'the handiest form to tint Strictly Pure White Lead.A .
dition-of the Irish"potato crop on October1st good many thousand dollars have been saved property-owners by having our book on
and an actual yield per acre as reported ainting and color-card. Send us a postal card and get both free. ',BETWEENFLORIDA

on November 1st by the Depart- Nashville Warehouse.
& Broad Street, NashriHe. ,
99. toss 103 ''
ment of Agriculture for the last five 'POINTS ,
-.- ,. .
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years: -
Bee Washer
Year. October 'ff Yield per acre "Busy
Condition. in bushels. ,)J. :
Buns easy and does perfect work. No rubbing necessary Warrantedfor ,
189 71.9 64., five years and money refunded if not entirely satisfactory. Fits : n!
tub. Just the machine tor ladies who are not strong. Thou.
1890 617 -' any vtry
.. 51.5189t ,, : !: =-. ; "'- sands of ladies who used! to hire their washing done now save'thatezpensebyusingthe"BU81t FLORIDA CENTRAL AND
91.3 9'9.IRq2 \ \ ; BEE. AGENTS WANTED.
.. JB93 67.7 62.0 -= \ \l I I \. Exclusive territory. Agents make f 100 to$200 a month. Lady
71.2 72 2 agents very successful.Farmers and their wives make$200 to
1894 643 "1 .. $400 during the winter. One farmer Missouri sold 600. Price$5. Sample *
full size)where we have no agent,only*2. We refer to our P.M. For
Maine .Hebron sack termstoagenteaddress LAKE ERIE MFG. CO.,carel!Florida Farirer
per 1.62 to 1.75; VIA i .J.. I',
;'L.;;L Rose in bulk per.bbl., 1.75 to'2.00; and Pruit-Orower. Jacksonville. Fla. .

:.Sweet' yfn ]and, fair to fancy, per: bbl., LAKE CITY{ MACON, ATLANTATO

1.50 to 2.00;Southern prime per bbl., 1.00 E. L. Goodsell Company say: Nov. Some of Those "Frozen" Oranges.

to 1.12. 2.-Sold 650 ,boxes' Florida fruits, part
The Riverside Fruit just i
Vegetables. arriving ex Ocean Ss. Co., prices as follows Exchange Nashville St. Louis.and ChicagoWith
received : from Colo- .
by express:; Aspen,
:1..Cau1iflo ers have been! in free supply : Oranges, 2.00 to 1.20; grape. fruit.:
rado, a package of orange, which were but one change of .ales rs, contiects
and slow sale : low': 3.40. 1500 barrels and boxes of Jamaica ,
The rain
shipped from the Riverside Heights Association also at Atlanta for NEW YORK and KANSAS
caused much of the-stock to be in poor oranges, landing ex Ss. Dorian, prices: CITY. The Florida Central and Peninsular

order: early, in the ,week- and 1.00 to 1.50 Bbls. 3.121 to 2.00; boxes, 1.35 to 1.15. returned in last the June. The in oranges which were they has nearly 700 miles of track'running-throughthe
has been the Jamaica oranges.-A decline in the wrappers
general price. To-day rain' Tobacco Regions
were shipped from Riverside. They
made a very.light demand,and 75c to 1.25 market __has ,taken place-inthts.fruit.oc-, in condition and are Stock farming and Dairy Section;,
covered, most sales., Florida cucumbers casioned largely by the early shipmentsof perfect ,juicy good. They Peach and Strawberry Lands,
were consigned to the S. B. Clark Commission Orange, Banana and
Floridas to all Pineapple. Country,
of the
dull still parts country.
; nearby are top plenty. Cab Company who J kept 110 boxesas Phosphate Belt. _
bage generally poor andrvery'slow sale. Future shipments promise to be very Has the Silver'Spring and
an experiment and out of that number
The imported stock: has been light, and _probably the Tyrian's 500. Other Fine Scenery.
has lost four and one-half .
boxes will terminate the season. only ; boxes. The,O-reat Hunting Country. ",
not worth expenses.. Celery has sold Reaches the Noted Grounds.
They were sent from Aspen October 16. fishing :
H. Harris & Co. 'Boston Oct. sold
Very slowly unless eX fJ.lancy.Florida ,
-RIVerside Press. Has the best lands for tillage, greatest variety -
egg plant in moderate supply and r steady 'Florida oranges :1.62J to 2.62i; lemons, of, soils in the State, and above all.. ",
for choice. Strictly choice onions are .50to_ 3.25; grape fruit, 4.00. Snow & Co. << Runs over' the Central' Rldgrelan'd! .

held about steady but common weak and sold Fla. oranges, Oct. 30, 1.05 to 2.00; I Are They Yellow Enough? Whereat ,High and Healthy..

irregular.. Squash dull. Turnips steady. lemons, 1.50 to 2.25.'Pittsburg.We I You will find our actual sales, not Prosperous towns, fill its route and it offers

Norf lk'peas have sold up to 2.00 when sold three cars of J.jorI I quotations, in this issue. In no instance the the best Northern freight markets.facilities Send for for any the. produce popular to.

strictly prime but many too''poor'to exceed -I ida'oranges prices ranging from 1.50' will we give anything but actual price song -

50C'to,1.00 per basket, and some in to 2.50 a box, anything good bringing fruit sold for which does not mislead "MY FLORIDA' HOME.,"

barrels have sold at same ,low range.. I fronrl.90' to 2.50, according to size. Sold ; the grower. Write for stencils. with its spirited words'and'beautiful' ,music
Norfolk beans about all defective and Jamaicas in boxes from 1.70 to 2.30 and i JACKSONVILLE FRUIT AUCTION Co., descriptive of an actual Florida Homeland; I
which is
dragging: at"low figures; most of the wagare in barrels ,from2.60" to 3.50. I TIIOS. R. TOWNS, Pres. of full sized gotten best up music elegant style-Six,containing;pages alsoa

about 'w rthless: Charleston have* Brown & Seccomb sold for Messrs. .- picture of a home 'In Florida and a hunting
declined I under freer offerings and close & scene., It is mailed on receipt of 10 cents(in
Sgobel L Fruit
Dap Exchange
agents Florida
weak. Other l "A Home Institution Selected. stamps,to pay expense of distribution;)
vegetables; as follows: Send also for the best of
map .. (sent.
Cucumbers"Florida, per. crate, 1.50 to 150,boxes oranges 1.45 to 1,85; lemons During the mouth of October our re free) and note the towns on its route. ..
2.50; egg plant, Florida. per barrel, 1.00 1.45 to 2.10. ceipts were five times greater than, ever A.MAODONELL,G.P.A ,

to 3.00; Green.peas, Norfolk, per basket, Oct. 30-800 boxes oranges 1.25 to 1 .95; ; before for the same month, which shows ,Jacksonville' Fla.The .
75c to 2.00; lettuce, Jersey, per barrel,75c lemons SOc to 3.15 that orange growers know where they are 7

to 1.25, Norfolk, per barrel, 75c to 1.00; Nov. 2.-1200 boxes: oranges 1.15 to best treated. Write for.stencils. Florida Central :&1

string. ,beans, Ch'n wax per basket, 75c to 2.20; lemons 1.45to 2.35; grape fruit 2.45 JACKSONVILLE FRUIT AUCTION Co.,

to 1.25, Ch'n green per basket, 1.00 to to 3.50; navels, 2.00.California. TIIOS. R. TOWNS, Pres. Peninsular R. Co.

1.50, Norfolk poor per basket, 25c to 75c. .

t.. Fruits. Offers' to ShippersThe '
; Auction Sales. I a P".VAL.A"' a... ..'It"&.UV"UIOIQ,,,+J.'t "", "", "", ,.,. 'IT_ W. L. DOUCLAS Shortest and Quickest Route
VV1J.Jl'UUy baYH'e
I Sgobel &.riay say: Florida, Oranges l have.xeceived and sold but five cars of 3 SHOE IS,THE BEST., '''BETWEEN ;,
Our sales this'week bave reached 'about ,California deciduous fruits during this I y. NO SQUEAKING.

2,100 boxes, and averages have not past'week, and the same have consisted $5. CORDOVAN, FLORIDA.AND ALI; POINTS.IN

equalled those made.last week, owing to almost entirely of grapes. _. FRENCH&ENAMEliED CALF: THE EAST AND WEST., ,

the. much heavier receipts--of fruitS These light receipts are due to the very ,' $4.$5.flNECALf&I
mostly green. It indeed toO"bad that severe and continued rains which have = __ $3.5P POUCE.3 SOLES. pany .is better ;equipped than. ever ever to
such heavy quantities of Florida handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops, and
orangesare been deluging California of late, and one so$2.WORKINGMEN insure close connections and
forced on this market before they more week will finish the season, about .: "f1 EXTRAFINE.: S to all Eastern and Western Markets.prompt despatch. ,

have reached the proper stage of ripe-: one,.month earlier than the close of the j:_ $2A7.5BOYSSCHOOL5HOES.LADIES Through cars to destination with-

ness, and it is to be hoped' thai shortly same last year. h. ..'.,. out change or delay. : .
the fruit will have a good color, and Among our receipts this week has beena '.3.: :' #Z5oa2> sONGOl Perishable freight followed by, ,wire, 'and

therefore command better prices. It car of the fancy Folsom grapes which :: : : shippers advised time passing various Junction -
also has to compete at present with heavy have ,made a splendid name for themselves SEND FOR CATALOGUEW'L' "e points and arrival at destination. .
receipts of apples from all *DOUGLAS' All claims for overcharges and .loss prompt-
nearly points, .in this market this season. We 4" ,. adjusted. -
and largely of only medium quality and reached as high as 4.20() and averaged 3.61 BROCKTON MASS. ,
not in the best condition. These 'apples on said car, which topped the market for You can save! money:'by wearing.the See that your goods are marked
are forced off .at W. L. Douglas 83.OO Shoe.: via F. C. & P.. R. R. '
unsatisfactory prices any grapes offered on that day.
Because are
se, we the'1a.rgest'manufacturers of For
and has a, certain effect on oranges in We have to' ,regret the early close of this grade shoes In the world and guarantee their dersigned I information:. call on or'address the un

Florida. Our shipments to Europe have I the season, as with grapes arriving in the value by,stamping the name and price on the C. TAYLOR, Trav. A'gt;Ocala,' l '.
been 2000 boxes, and next week we -expect I condition which they showed before the bottom the middleman's which protect you against, high prices and W.B. TUCKER, GeD.A' :'t,Orlando;Fla.
to send profits. Our shoes equal'custowork m G. N. HOLDEN;Trav. A gt Lee8burg,:Fla.OrNVs.PEN .
considerably more. The rains we anticipated receipts during this In'style, easy fitting and wearing qualities. W. R. FULLER Trav. A'g'Tampa Fla.
.English markets are on the decline and entire month, and with excellent pricesfor We have them sold everywhere lower prices for IN6Y6N. Traffic:Manager; .
may go lower. the the value given than any other make. Take no sub Jacksonville "
same. ;Fla.
stitute. If
your dealer cannot supply you,we can. W. H. PLEASANTS General Freight Agt.




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t : ,_, 1 THE-. ,FLORIDA, F A1tMJ$ AND Fk vrr= ,ROW1. '717
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The' Apiary. .. sections of 'the,State are specially favorable packed by herself and ;almost without c. .- ..

f* t* in climatic. ;;conditions : the- assistance.' She' then opened a-clgar! c" .. ,
gases in the air furnish more abundantly factory and is ,now' turning 'out.I some, Lb' -. .

Thoroughbred. Sees. ',at some' places than 'at others, of the,finest ,cigars. madelri the''SJ te. :

Editor, Farmer and Fruit-Grower. elements.necessaryfor: the production This, is. 'not- written. its. .an,,. .advertisement ; ..... ... -" ...... ,;, .
Replying to your question, "Has it of honey. but we' advise! dealers to ''try, ;
maka 1 nrid d Wire
been,the_ observation of-Florida apiarists -; i Honey growing, like so many other some of, the ,"Escambia Bay" cigars. dow to Fence.
that bees confine; themselves,,to i industries, seems to ,be undergoing I a The "Little'Mos s"can't be'beat.- ELASTICITY Take equal, parts of STRENGTH and
don't think of omitting-
one variety 'of.flowers on each: trip'?" change in that t.i it i is being.systematized, In addition to the i tobacco: raised on the latter:: as' 'you might as, 'well'try-to

I'.'will :say that is .certainly the rule, scientific, positive methods being'sub- this, :place"; 'fine crops of corn; potatoes : make heavy,good"soggy-_bread'! roduct'withonlv.would;' leavening be t Iu ,result; a

though exceptions have:been reported. stituted_ for crude cut and dried, waysof peanuts, .vegetablesyin fact'every In of both the best-quaUtymlxthoroughfyso cases. Now having your ingredients that

Such';exceptions. are: doubtless, rare, doing. thing usually raised 'in this ,section is they, come in contact,'at(every point. The
however. Mr. Corell to realize three raised there. good: bread maker never tucks the yeastin
expects one end:offtbe'loaf. ;iStretcli:ondtll'able
t Jn:;tegard'to the statements of theJamaica pr four' hundred per cent from: his At thej' quest of somefriehdsMrs., posts" as It will last a life time.. You". can buyreadymade"
i bulletin Florida investment.-Grape Belt. Paling sent a parcel of '1 her tobacco of ; >: / iiT
government respecting ,PAGE WOVEN WIRE, FENCE, .CO.,Adrian,Mich.:
the improvement .of the type of All 'this is well reasoned out and to; the:World's Fairwhere'tobacco from ) .
bee itself I would it is true that sensible the the .world 1. : 'be .
say, except respecting all'paits'qf ; was to seen: OHTOIOES: : ( .ll'FRUITS
great improvement can'usualy! be the "gases in.the air.," What do The'.samples',were carefully.examined :'
I made in almost any strain of,bees by' Florida apiarists say to, this? by 'experts in tobacco"an'd'were'declared : .and' Fr.O- vii, -;
careful selection, and this ;has 'been by them to be the finest,. prettiest ,FOR. I ;n.,".:
i done to that extent by some, of. our Drink Poisons. and best handled there., She has ,SOUTHERN PLANTING. '
American queen breeders, that $10 to Chemically pure water can hardly "wrapper .leaf" which: ,:takes, 325 A of; Satsuma .Orange; Hardy 'and Early. New
i $15 is often charged and paid for extra be .found. inthe. outdoor world, but them: to;;weigh a pound.. This is not Japanese Plums;Peaches. Pears, Roses/Camet-
choice for due to the small size 'of ,the leaf for lias. &.,.at very.low prices. Catalogue :sfotithe.:
breeding pur- -
queens : if the impurities of a cold mountain asking. D. J,. PJERSONPl'Op. ..
; t.
: poses. Their improvements are in the. spring can'be enumerated three,'or hey,; .are'extra large)''size-but'to'thin:.I "... THohticello* *. i, Fla.v ,.( r.
lines of strength of wing length of ness. ,
four'units; those of a pail of water r ,
tongue, beauty, gentleness,persistence from,,a city hydrant would run up in :Her barn is a model of convenience, ,

I in foraging, comb building, ,rapid the millions, and yet the' nuisance of :was .built under her personal supervision -

; breeding, etc. Let me state, however, :water-microbes [js a. mere trifle, compared I : and;on plans, 'of,her> own. It '
that no skilled apiarist would allow with the steadily increasing evil i was pronounced 'Mrl: Moody; inexpert ; o ..toserart. ,

those four colonies mentioned to act of'the poison curse.. The North has : tobacco 'man, 'the model farm
t in the stated. Instead of > of the State. "
way letting added brandy and tobacco :to barley- J' :
them stay in the lower section, get beer, the South ,coffee and absinthe to In'addition to, her farm work Mrs. .

crowded and spend their strength in :wine, 'and the, intermediate countries Paling is?a first class portrait' painter, this PLANT.FERRV year and make?up for SEEDS lost tlma.j

I swarming he would put a fraine'or ire suffering from the,moral and phys and ,- niostpleasing: conversationalist give 'you Seed many Annual'valuable for 1894.hints will/, "' .

I section containing some uncapped kcal effects of a cumulative poison ,and hostess, and is devotedto about raise what It.-'It to contains raise and Informal how to j i.

brood in the top section. This would plague. In, every l laiger 'city'of an invalid'mother. ;-Milton,Clarion. ,, ktlcn source.to be had Free from to no aIL othc ,.
: >
force the .nurse bee to take care, of, it, France England Germany Belgium i DDLFerry: '&Co. ".
i VIOK'S.' NEW' ENTERPRISE.. :',> j, ,, ', '
and soon the whole field force 'would Detroit
1 md the United States, the progress'of( '
1 follow and the "object of bee keeping international traffic' has developed Seed, House at Satsuma. Miiftih ,
," as seated, would be fulfilled.. S !
opium, eaters and chloral fiends, as James Vick's Sons,of Rochester,N, y., have r
Different1' colonies have different peculiarities ;well ,:as tobacco smokers and tenor opened a branch seed house at Satsuma, Put' l fi
of the nam county, Fla., and have appointed Dr. J. B. ,.rx
even though same ;twelve varieties of alcohol drinkers. Henion of Satsuma, as,genejal agent, for ,the ft-a :-
strain, as .have children of the same. ;Witness.the' :following list; of "stimu f South. Vick's and, seed house';6f ;one of'the oldest, '!" "c.t,4: ,C :) ,,; -
s largest must reliable any in the United : .f -
parents, but .i jtl\ is seldom that any'. of ants," which the sanitary reformer States;and the name of>Vick is sufficient?uaran-; e.I- .!;"o": = .. .'ri >.I IeCo
these are so beyond the control of the Stahl found for sale in the city' of tee for their.seeds; all orders ,south,of North. &:ISi"!:: : ,-! .
; Carolina should be addressed' 'to Dr: J. Bl'Htn-
.t skillful bee keeper as to prevent fair ;Frankfort on the Main and which he ion Satsuma, Fla. Orders bv mail or'express, II, "'.'2_. :: ; Z .11 ,:
D ::!o ..... In.
Serd Henion for Vick's .
are prepaid. to Dr. 211 l rDO
if is within
r returns there honey rangeto could as readily have procured in:any Guide, which is mailed free. A liberal di-ciunt .h..,...-: _IS.: ..0.. ,
be gathered.: If such a case.should commercial. ,emporium between Port will be made on all large orders!l., hvery', n ,wn 1- ...'."'. rM
:variety of seeds! plants!l. flowers vegetables -and .0: OO '
be found, just pinch the queen's head land, Maine, and Portland, Oregon;> : nursery stock: will, be :.furnished'at;the lowest ,= Gqij eo-: -I Irn
off and introduce another and all will rates :d' .: '- ;" _.. ...
!:Fourteen: kinds of smoking tobaccovarying IS: 2. tr:1:: .....
be well .\V th n'forty in the work- h,l'j's il, g nw d' ......
days, ;( as to percentage of nicotine! ); WITH STANLEY'S tt ..... SSff S>3ftg.S.: .
ing season of a little longer at, other HANG Corrugated !Steel! Hinge s : ..is : :
s ,; chewing tobacco, five; snuff, eight; They are Stronger Handsomer td d iii: a..G: /\- speu3S. .
times. Yours truly, opiatecl tobacco', 'two;; opium, ,three; and cost,no more than the old o :: :. <;-.:-...;>.; 5'H:
YOUR For 'Bale lID ? &
style. by Hardware EM e P : n
W. S. HART. besides morphine paregoric and Dealers .D'p.nA1'Alh.--_-- ,:bnt:'if;not.InDOOR .... o '8,1_: s. ._;., ..IJt" CD .
a l''ud I num. t er.drugs used, for your 'vicinity write the (Manu ,.::s \14-,.its. aJ":'.s.-0 sw :c .
'\ facturers. .Send for?Biography 0 ,.a C, 't') .'..&
"r" .1
0 lIP.
i Florida For Aconite of Yankee hi 0
Honey. a Hlnge"malledfree.
stimulating purposes : arse- I II I r -;; '" 00&I

i ;.Frank B, Gorrell t of Titusville, Pa., i nious! ,acid; belladonna, cocaine, ergot t, f ''rn v ir pti. 1 c(t ,4."'. .0'10) 'C.".. ,

was in jBronson; ; the fore part of this koumiss" and ether; wine,, 28 kinds: ,,!H p P.S: I p.:4';tD"- ,..VIt ""....'v') .'', ..
l week. ,Mr. Correll is a man who beer, eleven; other' fermented' liquors, THE STANLEY WOBKS: ; New Britain,Ct. : .:--,' ','. .,' "

looks over the various industries of (cider, etc.), five; medical l bitters, six; -If ,

i the country to some ,extent, and at the French) high wines, six;' other .distilled< :- ,r ;';

present tinie is interested in a project liquors, ..t.enttwo."Dr. ,Felix :'Osr- r "..

for establishing a large apiary in Flor wald,.in Health. .'-
ida.A novel thing about the business is What a Woman Can Do.* 1 '- r

that they intend locating their colonies Near. Escambia station, in Escam-

I of bees on .1 large flatboats on the In- bia, county, about half way between ;

dian river; ;and will move the bees Milton arid; Pensacola, lives a woman ....Jo ... ,"J.1H'
from place to1\place to take advantageof ; who',has more grit to the square .inch .' .., M. ..

the luxuriant growth of different .than the proverbial Floridasand.Mrs. .

honey 'producing flowers in different B. L. .Paling ,commenced improving '. .. ,

latitudes( the State. For instance, 'the place some four! years ago, .-.. 'j, ,- ,';

pennyroyal ,blooms very abundantlywell and ,to' look 'at it from the road it looks .,.".,;./
south in early spring; later on like ,an ordinary dwelling place; but ,'I ':'",
I some", later )flowers further north, including go up the hill and you will.be;astonishedat ,c, 5 '5 .!'

; he orange blossoms. the beauty and utility} of everything .. An advantage of this arrangement, about it, Everything is arrarie ed with The. Fallow' Land; Plow. .- .

besides placing the bees within reachof ah, 'eye to convenience and 'eachj in Manufactured 'expressly for: use In the.'light'sandy lands of,Florida.
an abundance of different flowers, perfect, harmony with the other. plow excels in. turning over and.covering weeds.and trash in.:soft fallow landiwhich' ;

saves the bee;from: ,exhausting a large, At the tobacco fair held in Pensa- ;.every..farmer.knows is' not' an easy .t sk. Guts. eight inches, 'light' '

part of his strength in flying and thus cpla.>Irs. Paling took 'the first prize,' two-horse, steel 'point' or cast point steel\ landside arid -steel'mbldb'oard1})

enables him to devote' his attention also the sweepstake prize. The 'tobaccoo Weighs::fifty-one pounds: Retail'price $7.50. :;Given with the'paper.'bn: 'e;vjear,

strictly. to/: business.. \, ", Again, different : was planted, cut, cured and. tor.$5.50, or'as a premium f.for:1four1newisubscnkcrsatz.oo: : : : ; ':a 1i...... 1 v:" ,J (.;:f


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Fra kMiracle. the head, beyond these I am a well man, DORMANT BUDS-Harts Late for sale. Sev- FOR SALE.-on, rough lemon, Tardiff, Blood
and ascribe my recovery entirely to Dr. on genuine, rough lemon i%: Grape Fruit'strong well-grown buds.
Williams' Pink stock, young and vigorous. Low Price. Box 93. Address, Richard Klemm Winter Haven, Flor-
Pills for Pale
People. Ocoee, Fla._ 11-10-3 Ida. "-3-5
Again ,I repeat, beyond the pain in my PES.-one thousand,White Niagara grape
head I feel like a young man." vines for sale. $4 a hundred. F. Lloyd, FRESH YEAST CAKES- Made daily, 25 cents
ASTONISHES PEOPLB.BY 'I, Samuel l J.'Hart' Frankford Phila- Fruitland Park, Lake county Fla. 11-3-6 by mail warranted as 'good as the
WALKING. best. One cake to four loaves. T. Pine, Sylvan
delphia County; Penna., do certify that AT A GREAT BARGAIN.bearing orange Lake'Fla. "-3-3
the above statement is correct and true in grove, very fine two to four year old orange

The Story of a Man whom Physicians every particular. X SAMUEL J. HART/ and lemon buds, fine vegetable lands. Stnd for,, ORANGE GROVE or FRUIT FARM,WANTED.

had given up-Once a Certified to before me this 21st day of description and price. J. L. Deritux,Lakeland, a desirable medium priced property,
Polk county, Fla. n"3-3 and pay one-half cash Only owner of good producing -
., Cripple and a Paralytic,now August, 1894. GEORGE L. BATTERBY.SEAL. I, '" property need answer. Address, with full

as spry as a Boy-His. [ .] Notary Public. FOR SALE.-125 acre4 of good land on North particulars. P. O. Drawer 134, Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. Wifliams'Pink of St. Lucie River, over half mile of I1-3-3
Remark- Pills for Pale
Recovery a Peopleare river front, besides navigable river running
able one. now manufactured by the Dr. Wil- through it. Fourteen aCI es cleared of which ten PRICE REDUCED Shireman Chain Or-

liams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, are in pineapplesmostly bearing, one in mangoes ange Sizer. Most accurate durable and simple
(From the Philadelphia' ). N. :Y., and are sold in boxes (never in one in limes and lemons. Cottage, 'pack slzer made. C. A. Boone, agent, Orlando,
ing-house, etc. Price $7oco. E. C. B. Tyn- Fla.
The wonderful experience of Samuel J. loose form by the dozen or hundred, and dall, Waveland, Fla. "-3-5 -

Hart, of Frankford, has, set the whole the'public are cautioned against numerous -

.. twentythirdward talking. imitations sold, in: this shape)rat 50 FOR SALE-On the tree, at Duke St. Johns The
county, Fla., about boxes A
1,000 I bright oranges -
Mr. Hart and his wife 'conduct a dry cents a box, or six boxes for $2.50, and Address, E. J>.- Woodbury, Cheshire, Typical V .

goods store,at 4661 Frankford avenue. may be had of all druggists, or direct bymatl.from Conn. -o 11-3-6 Tropical

He is about seventy years of age, is,a pioneer Dr. Williams' Medicine Com IN ? l' :_
HORSES.-I have and
COLIC a sure cure,
in the Frankford district He send Topic. ;;: .. .;
post paid !enough for ten cases : ? :':"
fought for the Union bravely throughoutthe pa'y'Business for one dollar. Easily given. F. Waldron, T ra ve I.'f., ; .:...<<'
war with Colonel Notices. Welaka, Fla. 11-3-2 V ,
Gray's gallant regiment Take '" ': .
the 'Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania CITRUS TREES.-Fine stock; none better;low ,.,. !
OF and square treatment No "backnumbers" The
Volunteers! and is a leading'member of
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Among our new advertisements this week offered. Write for prices. Thirteen
Phil. J. Kearney Post No. 55, G. A. R. see that of the First National Bank of years experience. Phoenix Nurseries, Braiden- Tropical :> ..
He also town, Fla.
belongs to Shackamaxon Tribe. II 3-iS '
Florida on the second page of the cover. Trunk ;. i,
No. 116
of the Improved Order of
The of this institution DAYS I will sell >. .
history is almost FOR 90 first-class budded or- : ;: -
Men, the Knights of Pythias,and numerous trees and fruit Line. V '
co-extensive with that of the Florida ange grape trees, one and two ': :>,,
other organizations. Here is years old, than firm in '
the cheaper any the State.
Traffic i
story he told a reporter of his wonderfulcure orange industry, and in these two event- 15 varieties. Call on or address, G. L. Michael, t: .
which has startled,,Frankford. ful decades it has built up for itself among Stall Hill Nursery, Glen Ethel, Fla. io-'7-8 Trends .f.J.-( "

"Six while the growers a widespread reputation for ARLINGTON NURSERIES-Orlando, Fla '
years ago, wag' working Tideward 4 I I
strength and Bidwell :
integrity. proprietor. Grand prizes .
,tl at my trade as a carpenter, I fell downstairs and big discounts. Satsuma orange, $25,00 per Toward '' (,
and fractured my skull, sprained users 100; grape fruit, $5.00 to $45.00 per 100; peaches,
my spine in two places, and sustained of commercial fertilizers will be interested pears, figs. etc., $8.00 per 100; Abbaka pineapple. The ', i
other serious I' in the statements and arguments .of $8.00 per 100; Smooth Cayenne, $17.00 per 100 ::: Ii,
I, injuries. was picked up this 50 vaneties roses,palms, etc $IO oo per 100 and Turbid "J::
in their
for dead, carried home and laid for thir- company new.card, occupy-- up; cinnamon seed Joe: per package. Send for -

teen months utterly uncpnscious of, my ing a half, page in their old, familiarplacethe catalogue. 10-27-3 Twisting :,,: .:: '

last of the cover. Smooth and Abbaka ., .. ., ... .
surroundings, in fact I was out of my page FINE Cayenne Pineapple Tack ';,;;)" '.;J';;'''! .t'li.J>'
mind Then! had skull at GREEN BONE FOR POULTRY-Mr. A. J. and Slips. Orlando Grape 5t: Fruit ':#: !E. ::
: my trephined Co., Orlando. Fla 10-278 The ',. :..-,,..' ,
-. the Hahnemann hospital;" here:Mr. Hart Aldrich, a well-known contributor of SEED-Large lot of ..:' 't=::'
\ new
exhibited a small portion of ,his own Orlando, has been appointed State agent BEGGARWEED. a bushel; $1.00 a peck. W crop, A. Trackless i : '

skull bone which he carries as a pocket for the Dandy bone cutter, and his ad- Bours & Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 10-20-4 Tarpon Time :

piece, "and I began to improve, but my vertisement will also be found on the last FOR SALE 15,000 first-class one and two year .

spine gave me a great deal of trouble and page of the cover. Probably there is no G. E. Campbell of orange, Lake, lemon Weir.and Fla.grape fruit trees. Takes. Tempts .:

eventually resulted in locomotor ataxia. better use to which bones can be put thanto 10-20-4 Test The ,; .

First I found that I could not walk with- give them to good poultry. :Mr Aldrich -, ARLINGTON catalogue NURSERIES-Send of at once for The Tardy %:r.
everything adapted to ,
out- .. -two.. canes-. I-became- so- bent- -' that I is a trustworthy man. Florida. Elegant and costly prizes never before Tale / :
telt use a living interrogation point. Although FORAGE: PLANTS:H. G. Hastings & offered by any nursery company. Establishedover -:. To /': '
I was under treatment twenty years. ADdress Robert G. Bidwell, The ,
skilled &
by Co., on, the first cover page, offer new Arlington Nurseries, Orlando, Fla., Box 147. Tarry. : ''.-. '
physician I grew rapidly worse. and old forage plant' seeds, the use 'o f 10-20-4 Types Tax '

"On February 14th last," continued which we are glad to see increasing i in JERSEY GRADE COWS-Fresh and soon due
Mr. Hart, ,'I was suddenly seized with Florida. Wm. B. Schrader, Waverly Stcck Tell; Thou ;;;: .
locomotor Farm Tallahassee, Leon Co., Fla. '
ataxia. Both
my legs below ---... .. 10-20-4 Travel Thy '7 '
the knees were numb and completely T U MAKE HENS LAY-There is nothing like ,
paralyzed and I had a painful sensation Movements of Produce. BowKer's Animal Meal. 40 tons sold in Flor- This Talent m !

about the hips. I fell and was confined Since our last report 51,298 boxes of or- ida particulars last'year., write Hundreds E. W. Amsden testimonials., Ormond, Fla.For Typical To-day-:: '..':

for about five months in an invalid chair. anges have left the State by steamer on io-13-tf Thoroughfare That ; :

Besides the paralysis of my lower limbs the Atlantic side, and 220" packages BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for HATCHING.-
I suffered excruciating pains in DlY'back vegetables.The of the best. $i for 13. R. Puddy, Through Thrift ,

and legs, could not sleep soundly, ,my Florida'Fruit Exchange handled Lawtey, Fla. 10-6-13 The Tend .;

nerves werecompletely upset and my appetite last week about 11,500 boxes of which l i HANDBILLS for the sale of Grape Fruit Copy Truly Tom
went' back 25 ; 500 90 ; 1,000, ,
on me; would.frequently about 5,000 were sent to England. $1.60, post included. Can be ordered '

go several days ,without eating-a The Clyde Line carried outab 'ut30OOO Adolph Riedel, 1818 Collington AV., Baltimore, Tropical Thee :.
mouthful of food. Once' I tried Md Better your returns; try it.
to:raise boxes of oranges, IjOOO; bales of cotton ip-6-8 Territory. Tomorrow.The .
myself in the crutches. ; but I fell helpless'forward and '600,000 feet of lumber. RESPONSIBLE, Reliable Commission Mer-
'and would'.have struck the floor N. Y.-Batterson & Co.

had not the doctor seized' me.. He told I-29-tf Thoughtful
A FINE lot of seedless grape fruit buds and a
me never to try and walk again. Then I ,FRUIT TEE few tahita limes all on grape fruit stock. ,: : Tourist
was seized with frightful convulsions Price very reasonab{e. S. M. Stephens, Lake- ;
which came on at intervals: FOR land, Fla. 9-29-10 V: ',. Thanks

"One day last June I' happened to read SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write FOR North EXCHANGE-Summer Carolina mountains.and 'winter hotel V" The
Owner '
in a newspaper of a remarkable cure effected = live in Florida. Wants good orange grove. W. ,.f,2 v. Terse : '-
by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills'for for Catalogue and price list. B. Clarkson, Jacksonville,Fla. 9-15-1 ,

Pale People, of a man up in Maine suffer- 465 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE-loo have .. Tutor 'V-
ing from locomotor ataxia. I told my JENNINGS' NURSERY CO., been cleared. 20 in young orange trees. ., <.}, Th
W P. Wright, Drayton Island, St. Johns River ': a.
wife about it. We both agreed that it Thomssvllle, Ga. Florida.* :0'. .
9-15-8 > '
would do no harm to trjj the pills and I I :,:::: Tells ,
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... FINE. :' : '
got a supply. Before I had finished the .. Q fl,n n n Kieffer healthy, Garber pear and trees.others.LeConte Sat-, '", The *' ? r

first lot I was able to leave my invalid CENT.-.A..- WOBD" COLUMN.To suma Oranges,Figs. Peaches, Plums and Pecansat : Truth. >V-v-:: :; .'
chair. The live blood again coursed bottom prices. J. H; Girardeau, Monticello, .' ,!

through my once dead legs,and I put the insure insertion in this Florida." _9-8 tf <, The .r'-. i
chair in the column, advertise- FOR CUTAWAY HARROW prices, address E. :: I '
It has been
garret. there
up ments must be
accompanied by the nioney. Hubbard, Federal Point.,Fla.,State Agent. :, Typical ;'
ever since I have steadily improved ever Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. 10-21-tf' : '" II. ,:
since, and my l legs are now as sound as a Postage Stamps received in payment. ,t;' Trip ? ..
ORANGE" and .
dollar. My form is more erect, and I Count every word,including name and address. Sicily Lemon.-Best orange and"Carney lemon ".,"-r '; '. Thine. -.

walk with the same, motion grown. Write for catalogue H. :
springy that J. Turnley, ,1': ,, Via < :
I had when I was twenty-five years old. ANEW FRUIT FOR'SALE::250 thrifty young 4'Excelsior Nurseries, Lake Weir, Fla. 811.13 ': ,'ft:.,*:

Let me give you an instance of ,my, 'acHe trees of"Orange's cherry plum; very FOR SALE.-16,000 orange, lemon and grape The ,,
." prolific; not excelled by any cherry in the North, trees. Write for catalogue and prices. ,' .
when cooked. Send for price-list, etc. Wm. L. All budded on sour stock. J. H. Turnley "Ex- Tropical'E; ::: :
picked up a cane, held-it.with both Orange, Mannrille, Fla. 11-10-3 celsior Nurseries,".Lake Weir,Fla. '7-7-20 Trunk' ;r':-< -
hands a slight distance and :
apart hopped, K n 0 n flPLAT DUTCH CABBAGE GRASS.-(Paspalum platycaule : >
through it and back with PLANTS LOUISIANA ), Line. -
again the agility ,UUjUUUFrotschers( Creole Strain) $3 in Florida for lawns orper- .
of a school boy. That is somethingvery I.ooo.in baskets by express. Arcadia Nurseries, manent .pasture Will grow where Bermuda For maps and particulars address,
"few young men can do, he said, witha Monticello, Fla. It-to-tf does. Can be planted any time of the year when
touch of pride in his tone. ground is moist.. Sets-25 cts. per 100, by mail; G. D. ACKERLY
BUILD UP YOUR FLOCK.-Langshans, Mi- $1.50 per iooo by express. ,
,"I suffer no more pain in my limb," he I'I and White Leghorn Cockerels, $2.00 tf W H.Powers, Lawtey, Fla. GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT

resumed, "but my fractured skull gives each. Expenses paid within a reasonable dis FOR SALE for cash: ,time or tiade,orange groves,

me some trouble. I have severe pains in Lanoy tance., Apopka Good ones, Fla.for. the- money. S.-It S.* .,.-z De- I Fla. and timber lands. E. ROTO.BY 3-n-i6t, Kenka ., THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE,

Jacksonville, F1*.
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It .. SAVANNAH LINE.-:. The Clyde Steamship Co." <


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

between Savannah: and Boston, 65 to 70 hours. .

The magnificent Steamships>>s of this Line are"appointed '

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. to sail as follows calling at Charleston, S.,C. :.: ,

I Both ways : ;
P'81.A Ke RBte.tr i (STAlfDA&D'TIMB.) ...
From. New York. From Jacksonville,
Between Jacksonville.: and New York: First-class, $25.60; Intermediate, $19.00;.Excursion $43So; (Pier 29, Jt R.) STEAMER .Florida. .

Steerage$I2.So. Friday, Oct.. 26th, at 3 p m...... ..."CHEROKEE" .......Thursday,. Nov. istat 7:00am: .
t ,Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin $27.00; Intermediate $21.00; Excursion; $.47-301; Steerage, $14.25 Monday, 2gth,at 3 p m........."*YBMASSBE".......Sunday, 4th at qoo: a m
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: Wednesday, sist. at3 p m......... .ALGONQUlN".Tuesday, 6th,atnrooam
Nov. 2d, m."SEMINOLE".Thursday, 8th,at
Friday, at 3 p lJopm
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Monday, 5th L, atspm.......... "*IROQUOIS!".........Sunday.II nth,at igopm
t (Central or goO Meridian Time.) Wednesday, 7th. at3 p m.. ......"CHEROKEE ...... ..Tuesday, <( xsth at.. 4x0: a m

Tallahassee............................................,... .........Wedn'sdayOct. 24, 2.00p.m. Friday, ".1 9th, at3P m........ ."YEMASSEE"!.........Thursday,-, "". 15th, at, 5:30am
City: of Augusta .....................................................Friday, Oct. 26, 3.00 a. m. Monday It uthat3pm..AIGONQUIN'.Sunday, It 18th, at 8.00am
City: of BIrmingham..... ...........................................Saturday, Oct. 27, '4.30p. m. Wednesday 14th. at 3 p m."SEMINOLE".Tuesday. ...... .. 20th,at'loooa'm: ,
Kansas City................................... ......"' '............. 29 6 00 p.m.; Friday, 4. 16that3pm..IROQUOIS"..... ."* .. ...;..Thursday- U 22d. at I2v p m
Chattahoochee .................,......................................WednsdayOct.. 31, 7.00 a. m. Monday, i 19th, at3 pm. CHKROKEE" Sunday, 'v. II 25th,at-i'30pm
Nacoochee....... ............................................ ... ....Friday, Nov. 2, 8.3op.m. Wednesday, .I U 21St, at 3 p m."YAMASSEE".Tuesday;_ it 27th,at .4:00am.:
Tallahassee........ ...... ................................... ..... ..Saturday, Nov. 3, 93oa.m. Friday, II 23d, at 3 p m."ALGONQUIN".Thursday; 29th,at' c.3o a m
City of Augusta................;...................................Monday, Nov. 5, u.ooa. m. Monday, :26th, at3P m..dItMINOLE".Sundayi.. ...... ; Dec." 2d, at '730am .
City: of Birmingham..... ... .......................................Wedn'sdYNOV. 7, i.oop. m. Wednesday, t( 28th,at 3 pm..IROQUOIS"....... .:. .....Tuesday, 4th, at 9:oo am
Kansas City: ............................... ....... ...............Friday, Nov. 9, 2.00p.m. Friday,. 30th iatspm. "CHEROKEE" ;Tuesday" 6th,at 10:00: a m
Chattahoochee................. ................................. ..;..Saturday, Nov.10, 3.00 p.m. *.For New, York direct. .
Nacoochee ............... ................... ..... .................Monday Nov.12, 4.30p.m. ,
Tallahassee...................:............. ............ .............Wedn'sJayNovl4, 6.00a.m "'-
City: of Augusta... ..........s..Friday, Nov.16, 7.3oa.m. Philadelphia and Jacksonville' Line. :':
City of.Birmingham] .............._............ .;..............Saturday, Nov. 17 700 p.m. "' ,. .4. .
Kansas City...................... .... ........ ...................Monday. Nov.l9Io.ooa.m. Weekly service between 'Jacksonville and Philadelphia, calling at Charleston.- C.,=south
Chattahoochee......... .. ............................., ........,.Wedn'sdyNov,2II2.3op.m; bound. The fast freight Steamships "Delaware" and "Winyah" are appointed to' sail as follows #
Nacoochee S........... ... ..........Friday, Nov.23, 2.00a.m. :
Tallahassee.... ........ .... ..... .. ...s.......... .... ........Saturday, Nov.24, 3.003.. STEAMSHIPS .
City of Augusta ................................................Monday. Nov.26, 5.00 p. m. From Philadelphia: S: From Jacksonville Direct:
City of Birmingham.................................... ......... ..Wedn'sday Nov. 6 ooa. m. Saturday, October 27th................DELAWARE:................Sunday' November( "4th
Kansas'City..... ...................:., ................. ......\....Friday, Nov.30, 7.303. m. Saturday, November 3d.;.......... ...WINYAH...........:.....Sunday, November nth
Saturday, November loth.......'..........DELAWARE,......... .......Sunday, November, 18th
FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. Saturday, November 17th..'.................WINYAH...... ...........Sunday. November 25th
City of Macon......................................... ............ Thursday, Oct. 25, 3.00. p m. Saturday, November 24th........ ...'_".. ..DELA.WARE...............Sunday, December 2d :..
Gate City..................................... .. ...................... Thursday, Nov. i, 8.00a.m. Saturday, December 1st... ....:........WINYAH.. ... ........ ..!.Sunday, December 9th ,- ''.
City of liiacon......................................... ... ........ Thursday Nov. 8, 1.30p.m. s,
Gate ....... .... ........ ........ ..... .... .. Thursday, Nov. 15, 6.30p.m. .
City ofMacon......................................................Thursday, Nov. 22, i.oop.m. ST. JoJ:1NsiIVEii ;
Gate City: .S ............_..-......... Thursday, Nov.,29, 6.30p.m. ,

( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate; Points 011.1.: .

Dessoug..w..........................................Thursday Nov. 8, i.sop.m. the St. Johns River. f. <
Dessoug...'. ..............u.....n...n...!........................Sunday Nov. 18, 8.00a.m.; -
Dessoug...... .............n..u................... .............Wednesday Nov. 28, 6.00a.m. '. .. .. ," ..A .:.
The elegant iron.Bide.wheel steamers'"Oity : ,
...' of: J"ackson..V'ille,'!
Connect at Savannah with Central Railroad of Georgia, Savannah, Florida: & Western Railway, >,11;.
Capt. W. A. SHAW, ..
Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad. .'+to"""' .M
Through Bills of Lading, Tickets, and Baggage Checks to and from all Pastern Points in the South. "Ia 1ED'I ::, DeBARY ? ;- "' >
See your nearest ticket agent or write for Freight or Passage to -
R. L. WALKER,Agent C. G.ANDERSON,Agent Capt. T. W.: : IUNDJr.. "7- i:
New Pier No.35, North River J.New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah Ga. Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville,daily except Saturday, at 3.30 p. m., ,and from; Sanford,' : :
RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents, Lewis' Wharf, Boston.W. '" .
daily except Sunday, at 9 00 a. m. ': .t ',.*
L.JAMES,Agent, 13 S.Third Street Philadelphia. r .
W. n. RHETT, Gen'l Agt. C. R. R., 317 Broadway, New York.J. UTHBOUND. NORTBBOUNI 1r' 1'''
Eastern Sav. Fla. &Western SCHEDULE'l ''q;;f
D. HASHAGEN Agent Ry. Co., 261 Broadway. N. Y. Read down. Read '
J.L. ADAMS Gen'l East. Agt. F. C. & P. R. R., A.DeW. SAMPSON, General Agent, up. -:):*.;:
353 Broadway, New York.. 306 Washington st., Boston.J. Leave 3.30 p. m. .......... ........ .... Jacksonville ........' ...............' Arrive 3-3- a.. m. .,.
P. BECKWITH, General Agent, 121 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.W. ". 8.45 p. mi .. ......... ........... Palatka. ............ ...:.....,.. Leave 9.00'P. m..
J. FARRELL, Soliciting Agent. W.E.ARNOLD, Gen. Trav. Pass. Agt., ': 3.0t>> a.. m. ............ .......... ,Astor................... .1 3.30 p. m.
WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agent, .. 4.30 a. m. ......:................St. Francis.........!..........:'.. 1.30 p. ,me'
X2X West Bay Street, Jacksonville. 5.30 a. m. ....:.. ................. Beresford..........:.........:... II 12.00 noon
6.co a. m. ...... ...............:Blue. Sprfngs...., ......... ....... .. 11.30 a. m.Arrive .
8.30 a. m. ...... ,. .... ... .....Sanford. ,...:............. ..t I' '9.00 a. m. .
SAVINGS AND TRUST BANK II 9.25 a. m. ............ ........ .... Enterprise ......... .... .;.. II 9.30 a. m. ,

.General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay'St, Jacksonville. < --

O] 11'ItORIDA, A. J. COLE, Passenger Agent Bowling Green New York. '....
M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager Bowling Green New York. ': ::1
JACKSONVILLE. D. D. C. MINK/General Freight Agent. So. Delaware avenue, Philadelphia Pa. A% .';
CAPITAL $50,000. THEO O.EGEB, Traffic Manager Bowling Green, New York. ,"J {
F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .>'
H. ROBINSON, President W. J. HARKISHEIMER Yice-Fre JOHN'!. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent, foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville, Flav '.:
WM RAWLINSON, Cashier, J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Fla.

WM. P. CLYDE & -Gen'1Agents: } .

DIRECTORS : 19 South Delaware Avenne. Philadelphia. 5 Howling Green, New York.'


Collections made on all pointsof.Floridaand Remitted for on day of Pay- WILLIAM A.. BOURS & ,CO., t

ment. Active and Savings Accounts Solicited. Interest Paid on

Savings._ Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
'"i __ Grain :' .

President. aa w'2119T BAY:FJ'r., J".A.OKSONVIL E, P LA. ''':,

Cashier. Assistant Cashier. We Handle Only the Best,and Most,Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of ':'.;
CRPlTAIi 100000. ,

Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran ..Wheat Grits Meal l -'

s THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, Cotton Seed Meal l. Both Bright and Dark. ;'


Respectfully solicits you*.Deposits, Collections and General '.
Tugeri-Illen Fertllixer -Co. NITRATE SODA
f Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .

Star Brand Fertilizers, MURIATE OF POTASH: ..t;:-

INVITED. ..".,

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DIRE c'roit61. '
John L. Marvin. A. B. Campbell Chas.. Marvin Orange Tree and Vegetable KAINIT, Etc ,,'

H. T. Baya, T. W. Roby .. Judge R: B. Archibald. FERTILIZER.These .>
Judge E. M. Randall. C. B. Rogers. W. M. Davidson,' Fertilizers have no superior.* in-. the.. market, ,* and-a trial will convince ,.,.';,,[:':
$ Dr H. Robinson. John B. Hartrldge. Send for Catalogue free. -

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.that Company could prepare HIGHER
tra costs transportation,additional handling GRADES, drayage fertilizers, etc., extra and storage sell them and the at LOWER Jacksonville PRICES than other manufacturers. The reason is obvious. We are tome manufacturers,saving all ex
mapuf./3-iL1 all our shipments are direct from agents' commissions. In purchasing from us; secure fertilizers from first bauds
our factory; accordingly make you your -the v
., to give every, we can you a lower list price on our Special Crop Mixtures. But in addition to this
benefit the
of all the profits of the middle-men and we propose during present ',
agents,therefore wewill, allow.with AM, CASH t \

., .;' i VTdst. OF. $4.00 JL TON PROM OUR LIST RSpRICES, .. i

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.. !Y The usual commission e .
,;. .. paid to agents. We propose to give the growers of Florida and other States their fertilizers ,
y' margins of.profit than ever before.. 1ry
or' "0.: -. .

.. Are, f Our Fertilizers :Large.. .,Producers" ? ;, How Can 'YOU Obtain- Goodrl'ic" < sJor, _"" 'Your" .

Nocompauywat be8theirSpeda1Brandsa 'we do";-a letter of ., .
inquiry going to each purchaser '
.abled after the us to gathering gradually of improve his crop;our this Special,'combined Crop with Mixtures our,numerous.and exhaustive tests, have,;en! Crops, ? . .
,; : so as to meet .
*;thus greatly increasing the yield.. ; the'p: .. and soil'require ,.,
'' \ ,It is decidedly to '.f.Rmeats
/ our interest to have ;
those who use or expect to purchase bur brand. of fern. 4
.: .Can We" ,. .Actually ,Increase Your izers RETURNS.secure.the-We very have highest)prices for their fruit and vegetables*,.and see .that !they_get*full NET C.:'
.Profits accordingly
50 arranged to sell the best market
;: ,, if m the; country I
properly ,
SK 4 ": '-i ... ., .... worked the crops ofour customers and : *'We"bave employedmenthor-.
l' oughly: acquainted with this business;in New'York State,
,, and you can rest assured that .none; of
I. to 5 00 yourconslgnments\yiUbesacri1icedon'gl tt (1'marketsas'1Dsuclilnstanc. ; ,we .
cent? have-arranged to
per ; nominal
: -. : expense' to interior markets. .., ,.
R During
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w of Bushnell, Fla.' The July.NET 94.we handled and sold the entire watermelon crop,of.'G. W. Bigelow. :::.
Those following oiir advice ban done more than $-""'."--'-*=f" RETURNS We sent him rloa -or an average,of'
improving the quality! made Moves and truck farms that that-they, have, by increasing the yield! ,and e er recetved llys5to5o'percenthigherthan'anyothermelongrowersin... .Florida or Georgia have,
.ere.DQt during the entire's
dressing of our Special Fertilizers,yield them handsome incomes paying expenses, by a liberal '(For an itemized,list.of these .800': ..
each year over all i sales see F;F. Itt F.Grower for Nov.
4 ?Write for_ourjaew....pamphlet.for.season'94-95, and read it expenses I Mr.Bigelow raised these magnificent srd94.) -
carefully melons
I brand.of TRUCKLFARMERS, ; the" finest.,ever seen In Ni; Y.,.with our celebrated:


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;*Ship' *' your. orange' .and. ... vegetable. crops' .. .,to us via Clyde, Line 'to .New York, and secure high market prices

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prompt full
returns.Write .
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95 agricultural. information, samples.,analyses prices, stencils,,etc, etc. . "
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TH:&' ]?iAINE: '
Offices 658 ,
.. 660 and 662 East Bay Street, '
FLORIDA( No.; 1 Broadway, NEW YORK. '

i A complete treatise: on-the most successful fertilization

mock lands Florida. for,increasedprofits, : sent on application! .ryou.ngand" bearing orange trees'. on' pine and ham--

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... .: 'CIRCULARS' o F't- :


for'the. low price ofTEN : Contain a list and description of the Choicest and Most Profitable varieties
I Famiiywhlch we have selected from of the Citrus
in our extensive of one hundred different varieties grown,and. tested by us
experience seventeen ,
DOLLARS f. O. b. I years We carry, one of .

It is ,strong.and well-made,. and* Tl.e' Largest Stocks of Citrus
C. easy to operate. ; .Has. ,. Trees in the United States. .

automatic feed. .. SendJforcirculars.. Address. .
CIRCULARS. FREE. 55. Sill| r-IJ3 Fi Ce* ." .
i < Sunset Hill, Lake,Co.,Fla,
N Agent for Florida, : -- .. ,.... .. .
.. Box, 493, Orlando, Florida.. w+
]I (trange: Trees :
E'ERTII.IZ: %RS'! : f>
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Trees I!
Are Manufactured'by,the ; ,

L .Darling Fertilizer CONj, The Old Reliable Buckeye Nurseries. ,

I have'on hand the finest'lot: stock 1 have
,. grown of all the standard .
We also in stock Potash. Nitrate Soda Kamit I rieties. .I_have.a specially t fine.lot of..Tardiff va- :
carry Cracked Bone and Beef Scraps for Poultry and Jaffa iii. ,two-year bUds.from.1ho" %
Snlphur,Cottonseed Meal,Tobacco Stems, Land Plaster and Ashes., f toaeven feet]llgh. I recognIze the!. fact that l'g hard tunes, and : :
SOUTHERN .OFFICE'AND WAREHOUSE AT"JACRSONVILLE, FLA. hard time. prices. I'make a specIalty of the.King Orange. propos sell;zit 1! '

Rear of 26 West Bay St.,.on tIvei: front, midway between Main and Laura Sts., : WriteJor.prices.- .

8.ad for'Pocket'Memoranda.Book.. I:1 M. E. GILLETT Prey ''.
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On Blackwater Bay,opposite Bagdad,'Santa Rosa County Florida.


Manufacturers of : : BUSINESS 'RULES.

.:" ,. '.mGH: RA.DE'' R ILIZR51. age Seed 6 to 12 nuts inches at one high cent,at per 5 cents nut.per Table tree:nuts$40 at per fifteen thousand.cents.per Terms pound.,cash One year old trees,aver
with order, in
Ground'and Steamed.Bone a Specialty.. Caustic Soda and.Flowers of Sulpl1urA.1a.apnUand. will order be on deducted Bagdad from post-office the order.,or registered Orders letter. Postage most accompany orders by mail,or money same
:\, ; Kind of ,- carefully packed and shipped as directed.
Every RawMaterial; at Current Bates.: to be paid bypurchaser on receirt of order. ,No Transit charges -
..:. shipping direction,will ship by responsibility after shipment. Absence of
--- Send for Pamphlet express. Instructions for
planting cultivating
L given purchasers requested._ cheerfully,
season from,December
to March., '
ARTHUR'BROWN, P. O. Box No. '4, Tiagdad. ,'Florida.

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