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: October 31, 1896
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
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System ID: UF00055765:00100
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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8*.Poweri,Editor*. ... .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 31, 1896. Whole lbr 1'.f"V NETf. VIIIi 8EBIJ58 No. 44

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We.have a'limited supply of fine budded orange trees 1 year old on sour
and trifoliate,stock, 3 years old budded low). AH our nursery stock having' nOW is THE TIME TO ARMHil FOI{ QQ1
been banked.1 winter. Trees are now in.thrify condition.. 1
Following varieties guaranteed true to name: .J *l CT7 f fIll Investigation into the Requirements of Florida Orchards.
MAJORCA RUBY BLOOD,. ST. MICHAEL, P\i\\ {\ Experimenting r in the Growth of Florida Fruits.
KED.JAFFA SWEET, HARTIS,LATE, NAVEL, lUlyUilU. Experience in the Production of Trees for F16rlda Planting .

cents A few each.hundred fine tree' of the true and Pineapple GRAPE Orange.FRUIT.. Sue of buds 3 to 4 feet.'. Price,50 and 75 Satsuma on Trifoliata -Hardy'Orange;on'Hardy*Std t !k

BUDJWOOD.. Over 360 Varieties of Fruits and Ornamentals .
Can furnish Budwood of all the above named varieties for. fall budding. Prices will be reducedIn ; -
October on some varieties; For full particulars,address '

nAblliNUb cc WYLlc, Peaches. Pears, Plums, Citrus Fruits ,Kaki; Nuts,
Interlachen, ,Fla.; .

"" ; Grapes, Roses, Etc., Etc. .

l m- NO AGENTS. Catalogue free. Estimates Furnished. Correspondence...Solicited.

ate offering a fine lot of Budded Trees lor sale for seaSon of'95 and'9//>,Including limited supply of .


Al o,Grane Fruit Tardifl. Magnum bum; Mediterranean Sweet. Bessie Tangerine and .
Villa Franca Lemon., Grown to stakes.. All on Sour :
*. totnmon-Orange,Sanford'*Sicily Lemon and 15,000 BUDDED TREES
stock Wrjte,for prices to f, '
Georgetown Fla All the choicest varieties citrus fruit on-sour or wild lemon

roots, grown on high, loose, scrub hickory and spruce ridge land. I

GRAFTED' PEC.ANS: ** f Also strawberry plants of newest varieties, and a full line of tropical.*:
and semitropical fruit and ornamental trees and flowering plants.
From the choicest trees in Florida. Money making Early Peaches. A full line pf Pears and
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Plums. Delicious Celestial Figs. Mulberries that bear four months. .. Catalogue. pn application. ,

JOHNB.. BEACH Indian River Nurseries .
Txif oliata stocks one,two and.three years old AU stock clean and healthy.. .Send for inter,?; '
eating catalogue. (Established 1886.)
J. H. GIRARDEAU, Prop.. Monticello, Fla. .
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,stock,o{this popular,variety will be ready for delivery by October ist. Beware of spurious SATSUMA, TANGERINES, PARSON BROWN, ETC., ETa; ,
Italian and California stock sold by northern houses at$2 to $t,5o per pound. :. .

O.IJRrS'EED ARE GENUINE. + .s. + .t-'BUDDING WOOD. + + + + .

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." ;" Trifoliata Stock; (One, Two and Three Years,) Pears, Peaches,' Plums; Figs. .
Both Varieties. ,White and,Red Packet: 5 cents; H en.*S cents; i oz; 35 cents,%Ib.85 cents. ; .
,7' f.. i lb. 1 3.oo post paid. r 5 '. ; Camellias, Japonicas,' Imported Plants,Fine Budded Roses,Etc.

,. The Best of Stock. Proper Treatment. Low Prices.

: a ..G lIlSTINGSl1, CO., SEEDSMEIti. ,- ; r SUl\tMIT NURSERIES.I .
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President.Cashier.. Vice President. 8QMERS, BROTHER> CO.:
_. H. F.aBAVA:. THOS. W. Assistant Cashier. PITTSBURGH,. PA. Largest --
CAPITAn 100090. MTIIEMERCHANTS' Fruits and Produce j andS -

Bseelv and ell,In or load Iota aDdlm&DnquanuUea.all .lIost \
Produou of uo OCbZdQ.J.den .
NATIONAL BANK Dairy,Hennery and Farm. j jI 1Y '
I tom) p1ef .
send for eu ttttl book,"BoaetUoas to Bbppen.Karlet! .
,JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA Beporta,Special BcfereaeM,StenelU,ettn all tn*. j
I Inquiries and Correspondence Invited. Jstablis'mKtJ-
He.p.tf slly sollalts your Deposits Colleetions end Generalankt :

Business. r .. 0'oj

offered j which their balances Send for Annual Dewrirtlve ;Sooth. .
Depositors, \ fevery facility 4 CATALOGUE,

Business and responsibility warrantSAKE ,4 It newly contain issued and everything revised. Geo. Hacker & Son,

KROWT; .BOXES;JO RENT FROM S5.00 c i f heeded and by the plantlover.P Horticulturist Manufacturer of
Orchard,Window Lawn '
.. < ; ;or Greenhouse iarrestcolleaion CHARLESTON, S. C, "'j
J from Purchase makes,which 4'-
.' to select our we guarantee ;;
.fJlIUCOTOR; : in the South. superior,any sold South.;and thereby care :,:; _
1I 'L.'Marvtnr' Church'Andarsdn Chas. Marvin money. t,.' -
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.."f\., > 1lt. W. M'Davldsori EEASQIE8 BKOTBERS. ONECO,FLA. PTWIIDCW; AID FAISY CUSS A IfEClun. 'N* ."- -
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.-. 2- 1" .'\& :; ." .. iaetion"Y of A Items: from Journal of Commerce!
.:- : BODY Sixty-six barrels of fish were shipped ,
Direct from Factory at Wholesale Prices. SO per cent.saved.
MIND : from Titusville Friday. This is the i Guaranteed two Tears.. Write at once for new beautifully Illustrated
,. y page Catalogue latest styles In large variety from a$10 cart to '
., c. MORALS. largest shipment made in any one day ..A,"......$t4'. the most stylish. carriage. Prices In plain figures. 'Testimonials from ?
state. Worlds
within the two every Highest awards at Fair and Atlanta Exposition. .i. t/V
c.- : past years. Write today! Catalogs rr... ALLUBCB CAB BUG CO., 118 But Court Stmt, CUtlftUtl,OUo. .
O The Hernando Tobacco
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Association has been organized, withS.

The ., S. ;Stringer, president; G. W. Ayers, -

vice-president, .and F. B. Coogler,

Florida secretary.
...The Florida Phosphate Mining Co., Talking

:agricultural Ocala, has been incorporated with a .. .

p capital stock of $25,000, by Frank E. '

College Wetherby, James V. Burke, Edwin Bicycles : .
W. Davis and others.
Is supported by grants from the National -
Government. All tuition free to all students Cedar contractors have commenced r
from Florida. Open to males and females. .
Women board With families in town. Men their fall work in the swamps. Cedar .r ,. ".'i "' -
board at College Mess Hall for 10.00 per ; -:: "
is _
month. A most healthy location. College getting one of the industries of the SEE THAT -CURVE.
surgeon attends all students free of charge. county, which gives employment a ..- .
Military discipline under a graduate of West -'J&1'r' ;. ,
Point. Four courses of instruction,-Agricultural great many men.-Brooksville Star. ;' -
Mechanical, Latin Scientific and ;? ;;
V. : .
Women Superior in Laboratories Thejelly -!;: f :
equipment factory at Cocoanut, Grove, .. '- .
Gives degrees
of B.8.and A.B. BusIness -
- Course giving free instruction in Penmanship Dad county, has put up about $5000; 1 '..<>.r.: i' : ,
BOOK Keeping,Business Law,Short worth of goods and have orders .
on :: .
Hand, Type Writing Telegraphy.. Fall : : '" .? .
Term opens Monday, Oct.5th,1896. For catalogues hand from some of the leading grocersin .cIT'S

giving full 0.information CLUTE,President address, the country., some as far west as ,' .. QUALITY. THAT AIDS THEM TO _
St. Louis.
Lake Citr Fla... .
Captain Welsh of Ocala and others ., TALK ,FOR THEMSELVESIT'S

have organized the Welshton Tobacco .... "
, and Cigar .Company. The ojbect of .. :/ THE SCIENCE SHOWN THAT t
the association is not only to grow

leaf tobacco: ,, but to.cure. it properly '- -..>: -, AIDS THE. QUALITY _-" r ..
when matured. '' '. .
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Co. of
fence Is right and that la why it Is the Manufacturing cala, : .
-people acknowledged will only ruler select of the aa animal competent kingdom.a ruler,If the for Fla., held last week, the interest of a
themselves,e'fel'JbodY1f1l1.be happy. :. majority of the stockholders wa$ transferred
Bugbee, will immediately 19 -Ke-a1i.n.gs-t9
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i proceed to reorganize the s.
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Il ltlS company .

\ loridanvestments I The, El Modelo cigar factory" ,which 4
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running only three days out < '
of the week for some time past, will .

OrangeStn'tS begin to work on Ml time-by the firsof ""3'a < t ..
days hoQd of them .*'
November. The market is showing : 011..0 .
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= a slight advance in prices, and the 4
Art Catalogue 4 teats in .
cigar men consider .
the'qutlook much
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Developments ; ,.xAddraa .iflttractioni past.As"the KEATING WHEEL CO.HOLYOKE, MASS.
:' winter approaches fall ordersfor
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< ,;: : cigars -are beginning to come in. -

While a number of the smaller factories "t
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run leaf all 'i.
G. ACKERLY, our big concerns have plenty to run the various things in connection with James Mott of Avon Park, is au- '

'CCNIML PASSCNCCR AGENT them from six months to one year. It the manufacture of the extract.Indian thority-for the statement thatone man

THE TROPICAL LINE, is not a question with them.,as to what River Advocate, Oct. 9. 1, in DeSoto county has over one hun- ..
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA they will do after the stock is gone, Palatka's big"sash, door and blind dred thousand head of cattle that are

but to supply the demand 'as long as factory is fast getting down to business, grown with no care except to herd

L IGt-I TNt NG WE Li MA HYtv' it lasts. The factory owners are pressing having.this morning started in motion them. \

C S. A i.c U I It:' f S ahead with their work, and as several important machines, the monster The Florida Tieand Lumber

o c.t-: .L.. .I:NEE.,. w N.. ..G WOJlK f'N.E: : S orders increase they will increase the planer among several others: pany are doing} a large business Com-now.
Palatka} Advertiser.
." : ( "(; !ia ALLA: P e forces they work.-Tampa Tribune. ,
They employ a number of laborers,
The Titusville Extract Co. made Among the new industries recently and are paying out about $60 day
More tobacco will{ be raised in this their first shipment-a carload-of' inaugurated in Florida the Orlando For hauling their ties on the docks in

county next year than ever before, and palmetto extract last Friday, via the Reporter mentions the establishmentin Fernandina. "

Ihe prospects are for still better prices.' J., T. & K. W. Ry., to Chicago. We Orange county of an extensive turpentine The & Russell Co.

} :Quincy Herald. I understand that this is the first pal ; plant by {essrs. Merrill & tee, will Eppinger rebuild some time this, Qlus-fall

,,. A man at Latana, Dade county,has, metto root extract used outside the Powell, who have been operating one its mill lately destroyed by the storm.,
in his covered seed beds 4,000 eggplants States of Florida and Georgia for mak-- on the Suwannee river.A .-
and cauliflower ing leather, and that it is the richest The Anglo Continental Guano
1,500 : plants> Quincy correspondent to the daily Works of Ocala have it is stated
growing In great shape / tanning fluid ever made in the United purchased
States. This speaks well for Titus- Citizen says: The cigar factory just the Whitfield & Sanders phosphate

The orange trees in and around yule, and we trust the factory will established by Mr. Dryslinski6f Jacksonville mine* ." :
Green Cove Spring,have made most is under good headway, and .
have continued
." a run of business. A September proved to be rather;alight '
gratifying progress this-year,. some of number of our"townspeople have been is a great addition to the business in- month for phosphate shipments :
them having put,. on growth t ten visiting the extensive works of the extract terests of Quincy. Eugene Vogt and as.only 2,292 tons were shipped from- .
Freeze of New York have
Henry also '
Punta Gorda.
feet.Dr. company during the past week ; *
J. C. Costello will soon start k a or so, and found the inspection of the established a cigar factory here. Considerable limber' is now :being, -

large tobacco farm near Moultrie.' He plant for the manufacture of the ex- The shipment of fish from St. Pe- shipped North from lumber portf.of,

has over two hundred ounces of i imported tract as well as the process of making tersburg, Fla., has increased to a great 'Florida. ; V

seed on hand to Use. Already it very interesting, Mr. J. Y. Miller, extent during the past few days. The \V. W.. K. Decker of '- S
he,has ten acres of land cleared.-St. who is in Tarn
charge, being very accommodating express jcompanyjs taxed to its utmostcapacity Springs has
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II I. -_12"111"1',0 AR :FLORIDAII # FARMER: _' ;,:;-,.: FRUITGROWERTr ">'YEA 2'P :iiY ;;\-_ .

r srta ion nually taken from me by the lien not only upon the road, but That is why the transportation comp
Ii tions and avarice of our railroad the labtfr and products of our panics of Florida find it necessary to'
porations."I ." I plant a new crop of immigrants. .
1 Working for the Growers. \ have appealed and petitioned It is not to be gainsaid that $150 a ..DUDLEY W. ADAMS. -,
The New York Fruit Trade Journal vain for relief and justice. I now is an excessive rate on pears. But I Our correspondent has our sincere "
pulishei the following communication to present the matter to the this writer states that a carload sympathy for, the discouraging out
: It will doubtless interest, through your columns of common his pears is worth about the same: as come of his venture, but we cannot
many of your readers learn that an terest, to the end ,that an carload of melons he makes a fatal commend his judgment in shipping
effort is. being made to secure lower public sentiment may force some against himself. A carload Japan persimmons to the North this
freight rates on Southern fruits and justice from corporations melons is worth, say $200 on an season. There is one variety of them,
vegetables for the next crop season. sole aim and object is forcing I ge in the Florida and Georgia the seedless, which is perhaps the
Messrs. A. F. Young, Gee, W. Oli- from the people. The position If a carload'of pears is worth richest fruit in the world; yet it re-
vit, C. A. Bahrenburg W.J. Phillips I am in is,that of a large class of about the same amount,that is at quires to be ripened on the tree to de-
on Wednesday, October 22d, ducers. It is necessary for me to rate of $1.25 a barrel or therea velop its remarkable qualities, and it
met by appointment the traffic mana- personal to illustrate that which I A grower of our acquaintance will then not brook transportation .
gers of the Pensylvania Railroad Com- to write. I grow pears near i Bradford county, by careful hand- except for a short distance and wit}
pany and its connections, and in con, Ga., for the markets of the great rigid sorting into three grades,_ the utmost care. Both this and all the
junction with Messrs. John Voorhees of the east. I ship by carload the most.thorough system in pack- other varieties,. if shipped North in an .
of Charleston, S., S. Darmon, B. H. and have not quite finished ,made his LeConte pears net him immature condition, unless kept with
Brown, Edward Roberts and othersof ing my crop of near 5,000 bushels. a barrel, and those he shipped patient care and thoroughly ripened, .
Philadelphia, urged upon the rail- "The situation of affairs has boxes netted him at the rate of$3.50 would not compare with the magnificent .
road authorities, not only the justicebut the price of all products of toil $4.00 a barrel, while this Georgia apples and pears of the North
the necessity for lower rates. We beyond comparison this seoson. could not have received over which are so abundant this year. The
gratefully acknowledge that we were railroads stand at the station to fix cents or $1.00 a barrel net. This kaki or Japan persimmon is a fruit for /
T patiently heard, and were promisedthat freight rate to fruits beyond the difference cannot be due to the the cloister, for the horticulturist who -
every interest should receive con with but the one single question: ..of the pears alone;it must have has a refined taste and is willing to
sideration preparing their scheduleof much reight will the product bear caused mostly by tbe methods of wait on it and give it ample time and
rates for the coming' season. Mr. How much freight will the picking, packing and shipping. One every,facility to fill out its incomparable
Joyce, the general traffic manager, re- pay before he will refuse to ship? was probably knocked off the trees richness; it is not a general mar-
tueste4} us to submit a written state- "There can be no excuse or poles; the other lot was. handpicked ket fruit at all, to be sent into the -.
ment of facts and figures bearing on tion for the freight charged upon a with the greatest care into bas- rough and-turable. competition with
points of most i importance. load of,pears from points in lined with soft material. apples pears, and oranges.
The committee respectfully urge Georgia to the cities of the"East. Growers should learn that, until --=-1. -
that all growers, shippers and produce carload of melons is hauled from time as the traffic assumes suffi Orange Outlook in Jamaica
receivers take up this subject and aid bany to Philadelphia for about $ volume to justify a material re Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:.
us with all reliable facts, figures and For a: carload of pears about in rates, or a railroad commis Enclosed find five dollars ($5.00)on )
reasons at their command. We' desire the same is charged. The car of is created and legislates the rates subscription account. It you'have '
specific freight charges from Southern: ons is the same weight, about as their only resource is rigid not yet done so please change the
points to Western markets, with ishable and nearly the same in sorting, rejection of all inferior fruit paper from Avon Park, Fla.,. to Ewar-
freights from same points to_ the East. as a car of pears. The satq \ careful handling. In other words, ton, Jamaica, W. I. The orange<< ..
em markets and if there is discrijni cars haul each product. Is thejfi ship two carloads instead of three and business is rather flat just now, on ac -
nation against the East, to submit the excuse given for this differenqe?| is'a the two worth as much as the count of the market in > the United
facts to the general traffic managers.No except that given by a amine t (more if possible); then there will States being i in a similar condition, ','
time should be lost in getting all road official to me after l\\ ad some money left over and above largely by reason of the poor packingand
important facts before the transportation in vain for relief. transportation and commission general unfitness of large por-
authorities, for tariff rates will VThe railroads need the money. charges. tion of the crop shipped, which is
soon.be made and when determined ----- 4....--- in most .
once carload of apples, onions or largely put up by negroes a
and crops begin to move, no is hauled from Philadelphia to Transportation Farmer and Fruit-Grower-Immigration. careless and reckless manner. '
change can reasonably be expected.The gia for about $75, when for a The companies that are: operating Jamaica oranges are good, averageas
growers must secure all the relief of pears from Georgia to railroads in Florida .(Plant, Chip- good in quality as Florida seed
possible on their coming crops, for nearly double the rate is charged. & Co.') gained a good deal of lings, and some choice ones compare
,their condition has steadily and rapidly "The railroads haul a carload for their efforts in making a well with budded fruits, and if prop
grown'worse in the past few ,years and pears from Atlanta to Cincinnati of Florida resources at the At erly picked, sorted,and packed would
the climax has been reached. Thou- the same rate that they haul a Exposition. That showing was show up far better in market. ;
sands of industrious, intelligent and load of apples or onions from for the purpose avowedly of in- The Boston Fruit Co. is puttingout -
honest farmers find their homes mort- nati to, Atlanta. Why this a new crop of immigrants to 100 acres budded trees, and others -
gaged, their credit exhausted,'and not from the East to the South? in the State. The old crop are putting out smaller areas, but with
able to'make another crop without "There is no reason or excuse by experience why the railroads the present' prospect for a prohibitive .
assistance from some source.It this difference. "There is a need a new crop. "United States,tariff, I should hardly
is not our contention that the monopoly and trust known as One of the old crop near (very near) care.to put much. in oranges here now. "
transportation companies are respon- Southern States Freight got returns from his, first lot of H. G. BURKET.Ewatton > .
sible for these things, but we.do con- with its headquarters in Atlanta. persimmons. This fruit was Jamaica... .
tend that the time has fully come
has the power of assessment and picked by hand and carried '
when each party to this joint work tion by freight rates upon the hand to the packing house. It was :Mr. James Mitchell, of Cocoa, was
should bear its just percentage of the tries of our State. Our old and wrapped in tissue paper and in town the first of the week. He states
burdens. Very respectfully that he has been shipping pineappjesfor
loved Central is linked to this in gray moss in orange half
W. PHILLIPS the Indian River and Lake Worth
J. Behind this monopoly are- Two halves were strapped to-
Sec'y New York committee ers of the Southern system alone and shipped to Washington, D. Pineapple Growers' Association every .
See* i Editorial- Page.- I hold more than $i 20,000,000 of ., all rail, and arrived in good order. day except one or two days since l Mr. ',.
High Rates on Southern Pears. I There are in truth no stockholders Here is the. balance sheet of the Porcher, the general manager, has
Below is a statement from Mr. JohnP. nearly all of our rail roads as the : changed the shipping to Cocoa from
; Fort, a fruit grower of middle Georgia are bonded so heavily that the to 10 crates, wraps, pack Jacksonville,-Florida Star.
who states that he has asked the, is of no value. ing, etc.. I.$ 4.00 .
railroads for years to reduce their 'This; bond of $120,000,000 Freight. ... ', ;'. .. 8.45 The people Gainesville have contributed
x rates on 'pears from Georgia to the resents, if I"am correctly Dray .. . 20 $800 to the storm sufferers
Northern markets. He says that the about three times the ,cost to the Commission .' ,. 1.37 while Orlando has given only aboutoneeighth -
rate on watermelons is $75 a car to chasers.of this system. This of that amount. In this
Philadelphia that$150 is chargedfor mortgage is recorded in every 14.02 matter Gainesville has done nobly
a carload of pears for the same of this State through which the by 10 boxes persimmonssold. and if every city in the State outsideof
.haul. He says: runs." It represents art annual I .' . $13.75 the storm belt, had done as well
"For the past few years I have had est of over$7ooooop and is o the old crop of,immigrant the necessities of the situation would,

,the product of the labor of-years.,an- beyond ,a: lifetime. This: mortgage I lost on. his fruit. 27 have been met:-.Orlando Reporter.
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Coming into the State since the freeze, and finding that the Condition of the Farmers demands that manufacturers'should'rbe: content: 'with,',
moderate profits, we are offering our High Grade Bone Fertilizers at Six to Seven Dollars per Ion less than our Northern-Cotnpetilos and in every caseour':
.guarantees of grade ate higher Our 'Goods are' made from the purest and best materials and cannot be sold at the prices at,wliich some local dealerarevending
goods made from cheaper sources, but results considered, ours will be found'cheapest in'the end. Agricultural chemicals, embracing Ammoniates',
Potash, Bone, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., supplied at market rates. -
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Prove, $ Orchard: this spring when' every' tree put up, H.: Bailey-Every tree put up ing; many trees coming out above the'
l lots 'of them, average five to six feet sprouts, average six feet; some 2,000 bud, which now have some fruit;'
SAN+1' MATEO'S GROVES. high; about 50 per cent of the trees buds been put in and are doing well trees 15 to .I 8 feet high; good tops; *
have been rebudded. Trees have Grove had best care it ever had ; trees back end not as good as close tOTiver"; '
Present Condition of ,the.Groves of been worked and fertilized' once.I been worked and ground kept clean land clean now.
This Section. Crops have been grown on the land around the trees all summer. Dr. Wm.; RaIph-Every tree'has}o
Thinking it would be of interest to the past two seasons. ist, marrow Mrs. L. E. Shepard-Old tops still to 20 sprouts; average six or sevenfeet
our nonresident'orange growers and squash followed by hay, and cow i standing; trees hoed once; no other high, and dark, healthy color.1 l ,' #
readers,'we take. a look about town and peas, the-n'squash, kafir corn, peanuts work done. Nearly all put up some Been kept hoed and plowed, and some-
make the'following notes on the con and chufas again followed by cow sprouts, not over three feet average budding done. Some.dormant buns }
dition of the San ltrate ;orange groves, peas. The manager informs us the height. just been put in. Has planted some
and'give an idea of the care and atten grove will be budded and forced alongas E. I. Spink-A number of trees in eight or ten barrels of Irish potatoes(
tion that has been given each since the ,rapidly as possible this grove came out well up on the which are now up three or four inches '
.. North small bodies of the after the freeze and well.
freeze. -Sprouts here very. ; trees just ; looking .
s Beginning at the east end with the old tops been taken care of; corn crop most,of the trees died back to the P./ 1\1. C. rasters-Noth1Dg' been,' I
r DeWitt Grove: raised this summer; trees not worked ground and have since put .up sprouts done here,at all; sprouts are high and
DeWitt Groye.-Old tree tops still since spring.James from the ground. A few trees that good color. .
standing. Sprouts average about four Winter.-While this place did not die back are now 15 feet high :Mr. Webb Broth and E. Bean .,'
feet, all,coming up from the ground. had not a sprout last year, now nearly with branched out tops. A part of Nothing done on any of these,places.since s."
No sprouts budded as yet; owner' intends every tree has a number of-them. the place has been cropped ; a few old the freeze. Some<<;, few sproutsin .
to bud in the spring; crop of Land covered with grass and weeds tops are still standing, trees had no sight but cattle make a pasture of, .
sweet, potatoes and corn grown this and place looks forsaken. care.D.. all three places, and have eaten off
summer between trees. Rev. Wra. E. Stanton-Some few W. C. Douglass-A part of this what few sprouts appeared. '
Mrs. Elisha Baily.-Ten acres; old old seedlings have tops (sprouts com- 50 acre grove on St. Johns avenue J.,W. Kyte will bud what few" sour .
trees cut down spring after the freeze; ing from bodies"of trees) 15 to 18 feet has had old tops cut down and has stocks he has, and let all seedlings '
sprouts average about eight feet, part high, and wellbranched out; other been worked. Balance has not been come as seedlings. Sprouts average
ly budded last fail,all buds doing well sprouts looking good, green thrifty touched this summer and weeds are as seven feet and are fine color. .
,and sprouts thrifty. Crop of long sta- color; old tree tops burned up and high as the fence. Sprouts run from J. B. Dunn-Grove has not been*'
ple cotton between, the trees which land been worked in good shape. four to ten feet and are a good healthy touched since the freeze.: The old
have been hoed.and worked. Crops of corn and then cotton raised color. This grove will be budded and seedling trees have sprouts 10, to 20 _
Alfred Bailey.-Five acres in first- this summer. forced along, so we understand. feet high, but as soon as old. topsrot t .
class condition; old trees were cut down Rev. A. Barrelle.-Old trees on :Maxwell& Anderson (Home Place) away there, will be no support 19.L'
to the ground immediately after the front of this place cut down, on back '-Every tree ,has a number of good them and unless something is done
... freeze; ,sprouts came up andwere bud part they are still standing. No work healthy sprouts, average five to six they will! amounl! to nothing; ',1 'I .
ded as soon as possible; buds arenow. ; has been put out on place since the feet high ; crop of corn raised this J. Rltchle.-Quue a number of
from four to seven feet and very thrifty; freeze. Sprouts coming from nearly summer and trees were worked early ; buds have been put in; trees )have.:a
trees have been worked. Mr. Bailey all.trees but look as-though they were land now very..grassy' but being been worked. There were very few, .
protected and brought through the choked up by weeds.: plowed. sprouts before this spring ; }nearly,',
freeze a number of Kumquat: trees, H. :M. Flagler-(i 2 acres)-Where Papin Lot-40 Acres-Nice lot of every tree has more or less; now
which are now loaded with fruit.A old original trees were, sprouts up sprouts from ground six feet high on average about four feet.
few thrifty sprouts are seen in the three to five feet and'fair color; crop both sides of road; on- east side of Among the colored men ,B. F.
yard of Mr.M.Solanawith some buds oats and cow peas been taken from road 10 acres is planted. to. cotton Goodwin, W. D. Dixon and- H. R.
in the best of them that are doing well. land which is now clean as'a floor. between the trees, and this part has Goodwin's groves have come out}in}!
M. J. Crosby (Kendall Place).- Trees will be J>udded this'fall. been kept worked and many sprouts better shape than the most of throe'and .
Most of the old trees still standing, JI. Bailey&Son-Few sprouts here budded; trees look better here than in sprouts are looking good color;'
sprouts coming<<; altogether from ground; last year;',all killed to the ground.. balance of grove, which still has old F. N. :Marvlck.-Althougn this ;
been budded, and buds on; hill,opposite Now 12 'to 25 sprouts to tree, average tops standing, and has not been grove is not very large Mr. Mark,"
t -the school-house, and about the 10 feet high and dark green colorWd worked much or since.spring. has the making of a fine little grovel '
packinghouse i doing finely; in west been cropped on east side of 20-Acie Lot-North half of this Sprouts are thrifty and good colofj;
part of grove not as well, although theo house, not touched bn west side where grove was worked early; grassy now; were budded late this summer'so buds '
sprouts here are from six to ten feet there is now a solid Bermuda grass south half has not been touched. Tree are not very large now._ Land"'dean'' '
high. Ground worked until June; sod' and we do not see as there is tops still standing; sprouts at every P. P. Bishop.-Place had, verylit- ,
trees kept hoed. much difference in the looks of the tree; some good size, some small; the tie or no care, but nearly all t#trees
HIM, Flagler; Evergreen: Grove.QlcTtrees'cut'fo .- sprouts 'here where land has been latter m the south Half especially. have put up some good 'Iook tnjf'L; .
ground after freeze: worked and where-i iI has not. Under- River Front-Here MesSrs; Maxwell sprouts now, ;. all the way fromllfireeto'fifteen ._ ',:: '
.. .. Sprouts 'were*slow"in, starting until. ._.,stand owners*will'bud'next 'sp ng. & Anderson have the best show ( 'feet high. :, ;, -. ':

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Crosby Grove.The Crosby groves trees set .in spring could do nothing on Dells' grove is a little ahead of ,any acres in peaches, whicnfalthQUgh,the
on the hill have been budded and account of grass-partly the) dry of these places on the whole. Bqth trees were set back in the spring of
worked; JraoVfrora six feet in height weather. seedling and buds nearly all over '95 bore a lair crop this year and is 4'- .
down to a few inches. Grove on the Mrs. M. L. Fallen-About zoo'trees coming out well up on the trunks and expected to yield abundantly. t
river (except ,a few trees Which hold a on back part came out upon the bod-- the tops about 15 or 18 (feet high look .. ',
crop of one solitary orange) did not ies and now have fine tops 10 to 15 even. Land been cultivated and now year.Cassava and ramie produce well and ,
begin to put out sprouts as well as the feet high; a few oranges in sight. in nice shape. Another< year t this may be seen with.all the luxuriance of ...
trees on the hill. Crops of hay and Trees on front next railroad put up grove of about 400 trees should aver- a,magnificent growth in different sections -
corn been taken from the land ando sprouts from the ground 3 to 6 feet ,age at least a box of fruit to a tree. of the farm.
ts and rye have j just been planted high now, and these have some budsin We did not get into the Fuller, St. The bananas that cluster around
' New trees, set, out last spring doing them Land has been cropped, Johns or Western groves, but we understand some of the cottages have borne'well
well. but now very rough and grass high. Mr. Fuller has a fine show- this year..presenting a most pleasing .
S.W. Rowley-(Wintets pill)The Hon. G. W Lyle.-A few hundred ing on the north part of the place, picture of life) in the tropics and one
treesJxere aVe certainly looking thrifty trees just north of house budded right while, the sprouts are from the ground,' might well imagine himself while
.anycLthey have had good care arid attention after the freeze to grape fruit. Buds altogether' in the south, part, and look viewing them in Cuba or Sunny Italy.
Some few buds have been six to eight feet high and looking fine. ing g9Qd.color. The St., Johns grove The men are now engaged in over .
put in and are looking well. More The most show for budding, since the has been kept in good shape by Mr. hauling the machinery, setting up the
} hQgs ,have been raised this summer freeze, in San Mateo. 0. J. Deltenre, the manager, who railroad track and ,cars, and putting
'Irian other claims to have the best showing for everything in order for the sugar' '
any crop.tAIiss The grove east- t of the house is looking trees in,town. Judging from the way grinding which will begin about December.Valley.
L. :McShane-About buds nice
500 has a number of hundred in
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they appeared spring must
have, ;been put in ,and,are .gro inK. buds that have made -a fine growth. have a thrifty looking grove. .. .
Four to five feet high now; nearly Land been cultivated and 1 kept clean
The Western grove, some 200 trees "Dead Sure;? Cure for Ants
budded of raised
tree corn until '
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and oats planted this week. :
,sand rye The grove known as his South ground and now have immense tops.
?Mrs E. J. Williams-Old trees still Grove on river, has some fine sprouts, Ground kept perfectly clean and the I saw in your issue .October 17, .
standing; ,nothing been done in .the although it is impossible to see muchof .manager, ,Mr. A. H. Payn made a Mr. E. H. Mote's letter to you in re- "
way of cultivation or .t budding. them on account of old tops still crop of cabbage last year and has in gard to "Effectually removing and
,,Sprouts,do not look as thrifty as some, standing and w.eeds. Nothing been cabbage and lettuce.now.-Item.m keeping ants away from young, new-
,'although ,a few f of them run up some done in this grove except some hun- .. + ly set trees; Take cyanide of potassium ,
.,twelve' feet'in height. Tree tops now dred or two trees on back end Have} Cranberries in the South. ,reduce it by several times. its
,Being cut out. been budded to the Parson Brown Captain C. W. Chase,' a prominent bulk of water, then apply by droppinga
>v'Capt."J. W. Bean, U. S. A.-Every The Robinson grove not doing much. Massachusetts cranberry grower, has few drops of the solution into and
.tree: has a number of sprouts average Capt. H. R. Lyle.This grove has purchased 800 acres of land on the around the opening to their nest when .'
.',ing about five feet. Nothing done to made a showing of sprouts (some com hanks pf the ,Pasquotank river, pear they are active in the heat' of the day, _
ground since spring, grass high; a few ing out up on the bodies of the trees) Elizabeth City, N. C, where he will and. you make a second application.!
.buds put in in the'spring but owing tothe that form fair sized tops. Old trees grow cranberries. In ,a recent inter a day or two later you will find but a ':
number of sprouts to ,each.stump, being cut down now and land put in view he said: few live ants to work on. It is i a dead
it is almost impossible,to find them.B. good shape. The captain has budded 'The" season -here is six weeks sure, effective and cheap cure for-the
F. Dotney-Buds in,western part most of'the sour stocks. earlier than,it is in Massachusetts,land ant trouble in the grove ,or garden
looking well, nearly every tree budded; Now we get down to ,the groves is ,much cheaper, and labor does not W. H. H. .
eastern part sprouts are smaller. All along the river, and see what we did cost nearly so much. I am the,first Grove Park, Fla. 1:
trees have been staked and tied up; not believe it would.be possible to see man to begin cranberry: culture in this ..# d
' -j nearly twenty-five bushels of corn were in San Mateo, in less than two years ..State, but I think it will soon develop Tne Value of Ashes. .J -
harvested from the whole place. Land after the freeze, and that isorangetrees into a large and profitable i industry.As The Geneva Experiment Station,re- f
,now l being plowed. hanging down, with great clustersof to the profit in the crop, the cost of port contains;) analyses,of the ashes of '
C. ,Baron-Place looks as though a oranges. Some of the oranges look cultivation is .comparatively little, arid hard and' soft wood it had taken the <<\
live man owned it, if he is a non- as'though they might pack 96s already, I have often ;gathered $850 worth of trouble to burn for the test The .., ,;
k resident. New trees set out last spring but we tell you frozen-out orange cranberries from,a single acre." amount of phosphoric acid was about 'f... :
made some growth. Place clean and growers it would do your feelings goodif It is strange that no settler of New identical i in the two kinds, tyeing 2 per ;
sprouts, good color.. I you could just get your eyes on them England origin has not tried his favorite : cent for the former and 2.1 per cent for
r H. B. Bailey-(Home Place-Has) I once; you would come away with a" ,berry in the abundant swamps of the latter. Of potash the hard wood
.. about\800 buds put in this spring and strong feeling that there was a show, Florida. The huckleberry is of thesame ashes contained 13.09 per cent and the
last Jail which run all the way from a and,a good one at that, for us m the I species (vaccinium) and does sp soft 6.24 per cent. ,It will be borne in
Jew inches to seven feet. Trees have orange business yet. well in this State that it would seem mind that these were pure ashes,without
.been worked and sprouts look good In the S, B. Hall, ,Mrs.: J. M. A. the cranberry,might succeed liere.i admixture of charcoal, sand or
,color. Miller, J. W. Miller C. C. Holton, J. i other, foreign substance. What passes
Live Oak-From top of hill all over B. & W. Bancroft and Hiser groves Matters at St Cloud. for good commercial} asb s ..contains abut "
,.the west slope ,or side hill the trees many trees, where they were buds I A visit to St Cloud at this season about half these'amounts. of .valuable -* '
,, look better than any.in town off of the. came out above the bud and the seedlings I Il repays ,the visitor ,and reveals to him contents.
J'river front. Sprouts coming out on l well up on the trunks of the old i the ,possibilities, under proper treatment .....-- .
seedling trees well up on the trunks, trees and they have made tops (not all i of productions of Florida The Ootton'WUt. .
have made tops 10 to 15 feet high, the trees but ,many of them) 15 to 20, .,soil. In the present season some of the
with quite a spread; some little fruit feet high, with a spread of some 10 to,! Under ,the management of Mr. cotton in Alabama was affected ,by
. set this year, and by another year 15 feet. :Most of the fruit :we saw in Ferdinand ,Green, .a most affable and what is known as the cotton wilt, whichis ,
should have several hundred boxes. Mrs. J. M. A. Miller's grove. All of pleasant gentleman and his,competent due \to the wilt fungus. This fun\
The sprouts coming from the ground these groves have more or less fruit. i assistant, S. L. Lupfer{ the farm is gus'is very destructive to ;the cotton\
,.Ion piece next railroad, and in shell The Hall grove has been kept cultivated now kept in a most excellent condi- plant, and when the soil is infected it
mound, look first rate, every tree having and buds have been put in sour j I tion, and the standing crops is the is quite a good many years before cotton -
more or less _sprouts, which will shoots here andthere as they came. In i highest testimonial to their skill and can be successfully grown upon it
be budded this fall or next spring. Mrs. Miller's not, a weed is,to be seen. ability: as agriculturists on the most again. This disease of cotton )js much
His "Daisy" grove ,has ,been rebud-- J. \Miller's is also free from grass Ii scientific plans. As far as the eye like the watermelon wilt in the South,
ded to new grape fruit trees which and on the, back end a good many can reach, with its tops 14 to 15 feet, and for this reason watermelons shouldnot
.'were. set out this spring; have made a buds have been put in which look, I high waving in the breezes, standingso follow cotton. The fungus finds
.iQQd; growth,this summer. green and thrifty. C. Holton's has I thick that one can scarcely walk its ,way from the soil into the roots of
Morse' & Wicks Trees been budded also had the best of care. Bancroft's,] through it, about 409 acres ,in all, is the cotton plants and plugs up the,water
: and buds together with new trees north of the house is clean, while in the.c;op qf; 'canp, giving to the. duct system, ,thus causing the sud
,,:Aset: jn/spring, are looking well. Mr. front trees did not make as good i beholder the appearance of a solid den wilting of the plants above ,thc
Fred ,Carrington, who has charge of showing :and have not had much care. I mass of green foliage. A drive throughthe ground. The United States Department
.|)iis,place,'flow has the land cultivated The Hiser place, back of where the farm shows the cane to be of uniform pf Agriculture says that the only
,''an. (. R.: o",1andThink perhaps trees old tree tops still standing; sprouts i in out. The.crop jthis year is considered. crops. It advises that all lands subject
.have; ,jbeen hoed once since last winter. the ,seedling trees here are high and one of the,best that has been producedon to this disease should be staked offand
::Xw ,overgrown with weeds and that dark green color we like to see, '. the' farm. planted in :other crops for'.several.'
\ sJ ,Puts aPP??* t to' be.cltoked_ up. New, The part of the ,place known as,1 I Beside I the? ;cane, .areabout< 40 years.

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.. A e "The Ideal. Fertilizer. "
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':ss ...:' -'' Ammonia.......<..,...................................... 2 to 4 -,'
t.';- -..-?,Phosphoric.Acid .................. ................:..... 7 to 9.percent-* M Moisture.......?.........;......... .n. n..u..Y .. 10 Per to Cent.13 ; _
Equals Bone Phosphate of Lime ..................... il. Ammonia q -
:.-.. '. Sulphate of Potash .............................. .... a tot to 18"8 ". 41 .' and Bone.from..Cotton.........Seed.....,Meal,.Nitrate"... ...of....Soda......,.Blood...... *!# to 5)#)
Equals Actual ... .. ...
Potash .
.: .t .............. 3'to 5" <4j <<. '... : Available Phos Acid from Acid Phosphate and Bone........ 4J)* to 5*
.' >'. : Made from Nitrate of Soda, Blood,Cotton Seed Meal,Bone, Acid i ; Sulphate of Potash.... ........ ....,.........,..........11 to 13 .
;; and Potash Salts, Equivalent to Actual Potash.................... ........... 8 to 8
: ,' Made exclusively from Nitrate of Soda Cotton Seed Meal,
"BEST Blood.
,.. : CROP IN TEN YEARS." Bone,Acid Phosphate and Sulphate ojf Potash. .'
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Messrs...... .Fisher- & Powers: Lawtey, June 30th. "1806. This. is a soluble, quick acting and lasting fertilizer. The nitro
used Wilson ;
tt Toomer's Strawberry Special Fertilizer on my strawberry from three different
about 14200 Ibs.to the aore.and from two acres shipped 150 bushels. I had the best crop berries gen coming ingredients is especially
making the a bestplnnts.big growth.the best yield of ten years. My pear trees on the same land are valuable as three sources are best adapted to mak r
: Write for our Special Strawberry Circular' "How SIM to HOGAN.Grow _, ing only..quick. growth. The. potash from sulphate of potash

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Try it alongside nf the more. expensive brands and be convinced.

: we.also have a large of Celebrated .J.-.r _
supply the H. J. Baker & Bro/s
Complete Vegetable
:Stock of all Orange Tree Manures. Also a Complete
Agricultural Chemicals
Fine Ground
Tobacco Stems, C. S. Meal Blood and Bone :
'.. Fine Ground Bone, Potash, Etc. .
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I .Tobacco pounced it "equal to the product of Sumatran ;;;r
prpduct'Am.. Agriculturist in northern latitudes. These birds are
Cuba in
This fall three 1
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heavy eaters but
: hundred they are instinctively a,
will be
acres planted and
Cigar Leaf Tobacco The the Cuban foragers and take meat in
\ Culture ins after the improvements and Acreage grown by on proportion :
Florida, Fort Meade buildingsat company at Fort Meade is over-stated. to their supply of food, more pro-
... are completed, the
fiitably than land fowls. A low-roofed
i The growing of a fine grade of{ company expects. to extend its operations house
> i tobacco for the manufacture of "pure in other localities. It claims to properly ventilated, with dry
Poultry. floor, on which the birds in
Havana cigars" be have of the best squat ,
__ seems to a" }pronounced ? one equipped tobacco
W ._ ..... dean litter, and an inclosure, when
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wherever the experiment has been erected a modern irrigating plant, Edited by S. S. DeLANOY, Apopka, Fla. not convenient, furnish the k

made in a proper manner, and under which will be ,made to cover about '" .......- .......- ........- - shelter and yard.
the supervision of experienced Cuban 100 acres this fall, with stands and Eggs on Exhibition.At .

tobacco growers. spraying apparatus every 125 feet, so the Illinois State Fair last week Market Stock.
Dr. Corrigan, of St. Leo, a brotherof that there may be no failure caused by there were on exhibition eggs of the If farmers could visit the markets of
Archbishop Corrigan, oj-New York, drouths, that ,so often prevail. Vice different breeds of.fowls. They were the large cities, and inspect the stockof
has produced some tobacco this season President Cordery writes us that this is of interest to all poultry scientists and poultry on the stalls, there would te

.. which is considered equal to the- an improvement that should have been others engaged in the study of poultry quite a revolution in the methods of
best Cuban product, being fine, silky, adopted in Florida years ago, as a subjects. There were great differences marketing poultry. Stand by one of
;"E and rich in that odor which tobbacco; means of greater and surer success in apparent in the shape, size and color the stalls and watch the buyers. No
connoisseurs appreciate so much. This tobacco and all other crops. of the eggs of different breeds. Prob matter how high the stalls may be
was raised by Cubans who came to Several American farmers have also ably we have not yet reached the point piled with dressed carcasses, the customers
Florida last year ,for the purpose of experimented fine grade tobaccos where the form and color of the egg will carefully pick out and select
experimenting with tobacco fit for the and produced unexpected results. !cuts much of a figure in the eye of the the best and when the choice ones
best grade of cigars, and they are swell o While Tennessee and North Carolina public I but that such a time is coming are sold the merchant will begin to sell
pleased with the result 'achieved: tobacco sells at varying prices, from 1is apparent. Such exhibitions are commendable off the inferior stock at any price he ,
that they are ready to begin operationson six to twenty cents a pound, the high as they present an object can get, for he cannot compete with : I
r a large scale next year. class Florida product brings from lesson easy to understand. ,A closet better stock that may be on neighbor
L Another Cuban colony which settledin twenty cents to $2 per pound, spo inspection of the eggs showed that the ing stalls, and because he knows that
Fort Meade has produced cigar cash., biggest fowls did. not lay the biggest every day in warm weather lessens then

tobacco said to be equal to the highest Experiments enough have already eggs. This is important. There is a value.
grade of the Vuelta Abajo district of been made to prove that South Florida impression that the larger the hen the Now, the ones who owned the
Cuba, and has therefore decided to can produce the genuine Cuban larger the egg. The idea is not correct choice stock will not complain when '
f', engage permanently in tobacco growing grade of tobacco, it only follows for It is not the large cow that gives s they receive their returns, but those
for their own and the Tampa cigar American farmers desiring to engagein the most milk, neither is it the largesthen who sent the inferior stock to market
factories. Notwithstanding the long it' here to make themselves ac that lays the large egg. It was will be the first to declare that it does
drouth, which lasted for ten weeks i in quainted with the method of growingand I noticeable that the eggs of the White not pay to market poultry. It is a- '
.that section, the crop stood it in ex- curing it to secure the market Leghorn were larger than some of the fact that the larger share of poultry
cellent style, and those farmers and that will be open to them if Sumatra eggs of the larger breeds. When we reaching the market is inferior, and
planters who provided themselves.with leaf is excluded by a higher tariff. consider how many more eggs a Leghorn when a commission merchant receives a _
irrigating outfits were exceedingly successful The Tampa cigar factories alone can hen will lay than the others an chow 3 choice lot he will not forget from whom '- 'i

and are therefore very sanguine use more tobacco than can be raised much less it cost to feed her, the it came and will endeavor to secure
about the future. The Cuban here for years, and as they pay the extra profit is apparent. The egg-pr his trade and procure for him the high
Tobacco Growers' company has been highest price for it as soon as it is accepted ducing hen is as much a special purpose est prices.-Southern Stock Farm.
able to float $30,000 of its stock i in this State offers a splendid creation as the special\butter-ma k .
London at So'cents on the dollar and field for practical tobacco growers. ing cow.-Farmers' Review. Yarded Hens.

5 per cent interest, a fact which would We have previously printed the experience When the hens have their liberty
prove that it is considered a financialsuccess. of experts growing fine cigar Duck. Culture.for Profit. they will not only have more exercise

., This company is invitingr > 1 eaf in northern Florida. We are convinced As a practical industry, duck raising but also secure a portion of their food.'
= of Cuba to come and settle that EOn and climate in man y- pays. James Rankin the oldest The point willbe to learn how not to
a& its !lands and become prospeI'ClusAmer1can'Cltizens. parts of Florida are all that could be and one of the most extensive,duckraisers : feed ; that is.how to avoid giving toomade

desired for this crop. All that is says : "A duck can be much. Poultry men are usually kind
The Cuban ,Co. raised 100 acresof needed now to insure a remarkabledevelopment ( than "
to pay more a cow. Ducks are to their hens when they take an interest -
,tobacco this year, all of which :ft of Florida's tobacco huns i easily raised, are hardy, and mature and pleasure in poultry, and can
,curing beautifully, and the yield dustry industry, skill and .capital 1, rapidly. While they are naturallyaquatic not resist the temptation to feed them
::.'from 300 pounds to 1,500 pounds of and success of the policy that would Water is not necessary, except more than should be given and they,
; cured.leaf per acre.'., The best cigar; preserve our home market for Ameri !for drinking. A sandy or gravelly soil j f fail to make a distinction between hens,

,.''--1'manufacturers. :.",' Tampa: '" ;...: have- pro-: can leaf, instead of giving it. to the is best for them and'shelteriSrequiredJ' in confinement' and. =hens' :' having. .a
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able to pick up a large share of food, .
they will have full crops, or partiallyso Popular Poultry Farm .
and have eaten and digested '
they might ,growers of fruits, berries;
quite a quantity during the day -T. IL7. and all lands qf vegetables,
J cons equently the meal at night should .
.-- "be light, nothing being given them in know that the largest.yields and -_1H

|. the morning. T CORNISH INDIAN GAMES best quality are produced by .

Feather-pulling is a subject that has the liberal l use of fertilizers
r' been discussed and is Sharp' and Imported. The Table Fowl known I
' frequently open least of
Great for Broiler containing 10%.. .
for information at all times' from Hi
more I '
' 4 those who have experimented in that i \ &: i BLACK e4e MINOkC .i&: :
Actual Potash.
direction. It is usually the result of ,
: S Larger than Leghorn hood layer of Large White Egg.
4 .: confinement and idleness. It was once .
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,., supposed that lack of some kind of feed C For Balance of present hatching Without the liberal use of Pot

I caused the hens to pull feathers, but it E We reason also include$1.00 per a packet setting.of REER ash on sandy soils, it is impose

has been found that bens kept under Early Prolific Table Peas ((3 crops a year) or Wonflerfuls. sible to fruits berries arid;
all conditions are guilty. They nearly grow ,
E 'WE CAN F.DRNISH vegetables of a quality that will- i
always begin by pulling feathers from ._ _
the neck of the male. One hen starts POULTRY SUPPLIES. command the best prices. .

k the habit, and the others soon learn. I AQ about Potash-the results its actual experiment :
Then the hens begin to pull feathers on the best farms in the Unite States-is ..
better results than either alone. The I city or State. In fact, they are the told in a little book which we publish and will glad/! ] ,
from one another. They cannot produce I mail free to any farmer America who will write for it.
new feathers and at the same incubator cannot lay eggs, but can i' largest dealers in the State in vehicles GERMAN. KALI WORKS, -
time, and a flock of feather-pullers eggs is hatch them, while the hen can lay harness and leather, hides, wool and 93 Nassau St.,New York. .- .-
will hatch them until she furs. ,
: \ therefore unprofitable.There eggs but not The house was established in >'" -
so prefers, nor will she act in concert' 1884 by the present members of the FAIRVIEW PINERY. '
is The first
no sure remedy. with her companions, as one or two firm, :Messrs. Mike and 'Alex. Sabel.: I
hen caught at it should be killed. hens may be willing, and the others They have succeeded by their energy, -
Some smear the bare places with tar, *
Choice i
refuse.-Poultry Keeper. perseverence and splendid business
trim .
and others the edges of the
talents in building the largest business -
MM up
,and lower mandibles that the hens
so Two Jacksonville Houses. of the kind in the Southeast from
cannnot hold a feather. Others sepa- comparatively small beginnings. They Pineapple
rate them, confining them two weeks. HARRIS, GANDY & CO.
are State agents for the celebrated
The cheapest preventive is to keep the The above is a new addition to Jack- Studebaker wagons,Victor and Barnes Plants

hens at work; but as a cure is difficultit sonville's commercial enterprises, and bicycles. They make specialties of ,.
is best to send them to market and the manner in which it has launched buggies, harness and leather, also bi FOR SALE.-

begin anew.-Farm Poultry. forth upon the commercial sea indicates cycles. They carry a mammoth stockof -

a. clearly that it has come to stay. all grades and styles of vehicles,occupying Smooth Cayenne!! Home Grown!II!
Eggs ,or Meat. The active members of the firm are three stores on the first floorat

Some persons are at a loss to know Messrs.C.' G. Harris and A.0.Gandy, Nos. 13, 14 and 15 Laura street and -

whether to raise chickens for the mar- young men of industrious habits, progressive ,the second floors of 17) .18, 19 and 21, ABBAKA PLANTS A SPECIALTY. .

ket or to keep hens for eggs only. spirit and sterling worth. equivalent to seven large stores and .
They are well known, and highly en warehouses. All orders in their lines
We say to such persons that both industries F. N. PRICE _
dorsed of the bankers > _
by leading u .
many .
receive attention and
may be engaged in, as the prompt a guaranty i-
one is ,done at one season of the year and merchants of this city, among goes with all their goods. Their P. 0. Box 449. ORLANDO, FLA. ; '"
whom are Henry G. Aird, cashier of alone is sufficient
and the other at a different period. high reputation a
\Ve may, at this stage of improvement the State Bank of Florida; W. B. Bar- guarantee for all they ship.-Journal ,
separate chickens for'the early nett, president National Bank of Jack- of Commerce. HOME GROWN

market from those for the production sonville; Raymond D. Knight, mer- ... .

of only, by reason of the fact chant and vice-president National
that eggs the invention of incubators has Bank of the State of Florida, et al. S. C. Record, of Worcester, :Mass., Pineapple Slips
The firm are merchandise brokers and one of the largest lettuce growers of -
entirely changed the market for broil
wholesale fruit and commission that is in and Suckers
ers by placing the supply within the produce State, St. Augustine lookingfor .
merchants. They are already a location to establish a lettuce
province of the poultryman. Whileall
poultrymen and farmers raise doing a lively commission business, farm in that locality. Mr. Record is Of the Following Varieties

embracing large consignments of poul- much pleased with the soil at -
chicks in the spring, it is because at im SALE
that season the hens are more inclined try. Promptness in sales and making Hastings, and will in all probability :
returns is a special feature of this newfirm. locate there.. '
to become broody, but the proper ABBAKA, PORTO Rico, EGYPTIAN
period for hatching is in the late fall They have received as many as a 4
800 chickens,sold them all, and made ,
or winter, which is also the most suitable i complete returns in one day. That is The Key West papers confirm the QUEEN, SMOOTH CAYENNE, PEK- _
season for incubators. The great of sale of the Miami and
doing business with dispatch seldom report Key NAMBUCO AND RED SPANISH.
obstacles to the production of early
and exceeded. West Steamship Line to the East Coast
broilers is that the hens will not incubate equaled never The Railway.As Apply_ to .-. .---.
house makes specialties of Florida
until they are ready to do so
fruits and vegetables and have the the result of
of their own accord. By use of the a big washout last
/ incubator chicks can be hatched at very best facilities for the satisfactory week the Rio Grande Western will Florida Pineapple Company,

time. It will thus be seen that handling of all consignments. The have to rebuild from fifteen to twenty- Otto. ,
the one has nothing to do with the young men are_ambitious to establishthe .five miles of its line. HADDOCK & MATTHAMS,

other, all that is dependent on the very and highest for reputation and for reliability deal H. B. Plant's new steamship, the West Palm Beach, Fla

hen being the eggs, and in that respect ings. Mr. Harris prompt connected square with Grand Duchess, will begin her trips
she has no substitute. By a between New York and Savannah

division of the two industries, (for at the:Mr.Plant Gandy System was assistant for eight cashier years, and and about November 15th. INFOHMITIONWorth in G 0 to!
the day artificial incubation is H a Weight
present soliciting agent for six years for the It is reported that H. B. Plant con For your name and address on a postal card we j
a great industry), the laying of the will tell you how to make the best wire fence f
Their business venture templates putting a line of steamers on
same system. on and
is done at the least in e8rth1 horse.highbuu.etrong .
eggs expense 1 Ire.KitaelmanBree.

months following March, and ending success will undoubtedly, and it will meet be well with earned a grand and the Kissimmee Kissimmee and River Fort :Myers.to run between ._'._" "__',_ ',___. .__-.''BuzB, '_"__'H'Ridgevllle._.__.____.___._,__-_Ind.c'_...--.-
only when moulting begins, while
merited. Their commodious store-
hatching and raising chicks is done .The Florida East Coast Railway
from moulting season until March rooms-are at No. xo Bridge street. has within the past few months spent H. H. Wilkinson, oMlockledge,

ends. Here we have the year divid- SABEL BROS. $iopoo in fencing along the line in has a grape-fruit bud'that he put in last

ed into two periods and into two separate The above is .one of the best and the endeavor to keep cattle from the June that has blossomed. and is matur-

i industries, both" of which give most f favorably known firms in the tracks. ing fruit

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) Mate News. i Our &RuralHome.- color. Three or five acorns .make.a Incorporation 'iNo-tice'

gjrr pretty group. This would also be avery .

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= At Vicksburg Miss. the business From Knitting Silk. I is hereby siren that the subscribers
In Modes I find another novel i intend to apply to the Governor of
L qtihippipg} moss; foripaG\ing-tnursery; For Our Rural Home. cushion. This barrel Florida,at his office in the capitol,In'Tallahassee -
one'represents a I at 10 o'clock a. m. i6th day of November,
stocjbanid t : Many and useful articles are
;pjantSils jdeystyping quite pretty resting upon a stand. The stand of, 896, for letters patent upon the proposed char-
an industry. Florida could dp much made from knitting silk, articles that ter herewith published.
stout wire wound with ribbon
along'this ne--ifJ ere insufficient'del make acceptable holiday gifts. Baby's baby' WILEY G. TOOMER
be made in shape One simi LORENZO A. WILSON,
mand;for.,the'moss:4P!orida; Philoso? booties are excellent for Florida, thoseof may any FRED. G."BALDWIN.
lar to .old-fashioned horse but
saw. ,
pher.. '. ; : wool being too warm except for with curved instead of ARTICLES OF-n CORPORA TIOH
midwinter use. For day make straight legs, _fr
every OF THE
A wisitto the.-pinery-of Palmer. them of black that is when worn will answer the purpose nicely. The

Beernan & Menefee{ south of the city with stockings,; when used without, cushion, is five inches long and eight WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER .r.

willSJisclose inches in circumference, being some- COMPANY t-
hevbeginning;.ofca gigan white or very light tints are more ,
enterprise. 1=hey.ihavetix.*'acres desirable, as the long dresses k'eepthem what smaller at the ends than in the The undersigned hereby associate ourselves :
middle. A of cardboard idfit and become incorporated under and by virtue of c
piece cut t 1
about ,
undercover and half set
and.arg ,
: from being soiled. Pretty fancy the laws of Florida, regulating: the creation,or ( -
now' preparing i } 'the balance of their garters are crocheted from B. & A. is covered with silk and sewed to rganization and management of corporations
.. each end. I think for profit and we do hereby accept such law as .I"
forty-acre. tract, to receive theplants; light wood color or
crochet ,silk. A pair recently seen i our[ organic law.,and "we do adopt the following
would be the for tire .a our articles of incorporation
From the Interest'(being, Tpatfifetecl( were of pale blue silk elastic, run cream prettiest : +

BOW inpineapple;; culture it is safe 49 through an inserting of cream silk, cover of the cushion. Sew one stripof ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND CHARTER '

predict that the industry will .at an crocheted in shell-stitch. A bow of the silk around the middle and one of the' .

early date assume wonderful propor blue satin ribbon was fastened at the around each end to insure a smoothfit. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY.

tions. The writer,,predicts that within seam in elastic.A Use narrow ribbon of a darker ARTICLE I.

'the'.next,two or three.years a thousand) black silk necktie will wear for shade for the hoops of the barrel, one NAME AND PLACE OF BUSINESS.

acres will be plantedrinthis immediate at each end and one each side of the SECTION I.-The name of this corporation is
years and :stand any amount of laun 'Wilson Toomer Fertilizer Company.'*
vicinity.-Orlando Reporter.. dering. There arejnany fancy stitchesfor middle where the pieces of silk join SECTION 2.-The general offices and principal
pitches of steel colored Asiatic em- place of business of this 'corporation shall be in
A few weeks Mr. R. L., Ben neckties, perhaps the most popular the city oi Jacksonville 'Florida, but such
: ago. being star stitch. Handsome tidies broidery silk simulate nails on the ranch offices, agencies and other places of business
nett, representing a number of North.era hoops and serve'to hold them in place. may established as the Board of Direct-
are made of bright silk combined with ors may from,time to time determine upon.
capitalists, submitted a propositionto The ends of the barrel should each
satin ribbon. One I received as a gift ARTICLE II.
the business ,
men of Apalachicola to have two circles, one inside of the
not long ago was composed of six SECTION i.-The general nature of the businessto
build a railroad from that city to other and the mark
wheels crocheted with "XXX" as seen be transacted by this Company shall be the-
Thomasville, Ga., or ,some other yellow Victoria on flour barrels. The decoration buying, transporting and'selling Fertilizers of
knitting.silk and a strip of wide satin must all kinds Chemicals and Fertllfzer Chemical,
'. 'equally favorable northern outlet, upon be done before the cover is put on the and Fertilizer Materials manufacturing': Fertili-
condition would ribbon. The ribbon was fringed to a ers and the doing of such other manufacturing
they $25- cushion blue Asiatic
of .inches and the bottom using twisted and commercial business at may be depth two
.. 000 to the capital stock of the compa I two embroidery silk. A silk cord or a upon by the Board Directors,and the doing of
(wheels had tied fringe the same all such acts and things as may be by the Boardof
ny. The proposition was accepted double thread of Asiatic
,, couching silk, Directors deemed necessary, proper or--eipeJent -
the raised and-work'has com depth. twisted to be done in the conducting and cating' )'*
money is sewed around
each end of
Long purses with ring attachmentsare on of such business and the utilizing to best
raenced. A large number of hands the barrel advantage of its properties.
carried down from this popular again; one compartmentfor SECTION' a.-This corporation shall have use
'were city
bills the other for silver. Theseare The Pansy tells how to make fancy and enjoy aU-the '1ightJ.owenand privilegesgranted
Tuesday morning over the Carrabelle, to corporations for profit,, under the laws
usually of black silk. boxes or baskets from, stout twine of Florida, aDd the 'corpora.tion shall hue the
Tallahassee Georgia-railroad, and Chatelaine The top'bottom and sides are crocheted right to purchase, acquire ]hold,use, mortgage
the Tallahasseean is informed by a purses are very convenient or otherwise encumber,self and convey any real:
in these,pocketless days. Theyare separately in plain or fancy stitch, estate personal property, deemed by the
gentlemen connected with the Board of Directors, or
in stiff'starch and necessary advantageous
wet dried under
this number will be increased at Car crocheted or knitted in quite a a to be purchased required,held.-used*mortgaged
\ rabelle and close stitch, and mounted on steel heavy weight. They are then painted or the otherwise encumbered, sold or conveyed by '
Apalachicola to corporation
fully with white"or tinted enamel paint and
with ,
three hundred. mounts provided a good clasp :ARTICLE HI.
They are ,now, according
to our informant engaged i in: and chain; cost 50 cents and upwards.Use fastened together by threading baby 'SECTION I.-The Capital;Stock 6f this 'corpo
Victoria purse twist for both ribbon over and over through the open ..ration shall be Fifteen Thousaud'Dollars'(fitooo ,-
cutting right of way, and as soon as ) divided into One Hundred and Fifty
about ten miles is cleared force: styles of purses; it is ,fine and very spaces the pieces join. Fasten shares each share of the; par value of One Hun-
a large f
the cover in place with bows of rib- dred Dollars({too).
will commence grading.Tallahas strong. SECTION 3.-Ten Thousand Dollars($Io,woo)in
A piece of crocheted or knitted lace bon.The value or one hundred :shares of the capital stock
seean. of this shall be in full
sufficient for flannel underskirt is a Priscilla shows a variety of doilies the organization corporation of this Company'and paid up shall upon be

Mr. L. C. Randall, manager, is su most desirable gift for one of our sex. centerpieces, etc., made of fine paid for in the property and assets every kind
and nature or the firm of Wilson & Toomer
perintending the planting of a 3-r Two balls are sufficient to do a pattern linen and embroidered with Asiatic :a co-partnership consisting of Lorenzo A. Wilson

acre.seed bed, preparatory to the first about two inches wide. For lace and silks. The Delft designs are very popular the Wiley city G.-of Toomer Jacksonville, heretofore, Florida.doing The business incorporate in ..

planting of the 160 acre vegetable: anything that needs frequent laundering for such work at present. of the Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Com

4., farm, which will cover the Atwood use Hamburg knitting silk as it is i The Home Magazine describes a parry: having the entire fixed property the valuation business of and and,goodwill purchased

purchase thiswinter.. Here is certainly slack-twisted. ELIZABETH. (frame for cabinets. It is made' of of the firm of Wilson & Toomer(subject to
such liabilities of said firm as are now outstanding
an item in vegetables. Here i is heavy twine crocheted into an edgingone ) at the sum of Tea Thousand ''Dollars, and
and one-half inches wide then conveying the same subject to such liabilities to
prospective of ,
crop, 16,000 to 20,000 Christmas Suggestions.; the Wilson &Toomer Fertilizer Company upon
cratesCourtney,( JBros., .were reported For Our Rural Home. starched stiff and< the shape of frame. When it so fixed, to be used as so much of the capital of
to have produced 2,600 crats on 20 Two months from now we shall all a dry this corporation.

acres last winter). It is most notable be wishing
and most valuable because it is a vast prepare Christmas gifts, SQ why not l may be run through the open spaces may be required by the Board of Directors.
and tied in a bow in the left SECTION+.-No certificate of stock shall be issued .
production under one management begin at once. There is time to make upper until paid for in fuUand 'all stock-issued

and will be marketed as a crop ought a good variety if one knows what to hand corner. shall be non-assessable.

to be. It will. pay ,the commission make and how to make it. I find the My letter has grown so long that I ARTICLE. IV.

men who handle this crop to make suggestions in my paper a great helped fear it will reach the waste basket, so TE&M OT KZI3TENCB.

the same reduction which was offerto and will give a few of them for the I will stop at once and, if the editor The commence corporate at existence the issuance of of7.ttteraPatent this corporationshall ,

the F. & V. G. Association (which benefit of others. permits, send another one later. and shall terminate ninety-nine years thereafter.

thefrost, killed among ,other things), In the Delineator I find a unique R. MERRYMAN.. ARTICLE V.

'. and here is a saving of $1,000 ove pin cushion in the shape of a cluster of ... SECTION i.-The business of this corporationshall

any .2 ),000 crates which .individualshippers acorns made of brown velvet and Bartow is one of the few cities i in Board be of conducted Three: Directors and managed a Secretary by a and President Treasurer ,

send out. This crop will not stuffed with cotton. I should preferwool Florida which has anything like kepi and such other officers and agents as thecorporation

I snipped to men the managementdon't for the stuffing,as the pins would pace with Orlando in the matter 01 f be chosen may annually authorize.at the The annual Directors meeting shall of .

know, never saw and never expect stick.into it ,better, and silk.in the nat street paving. It has sixteen miles of i stockholders generalcffices; which at 3 o'cJock-p.shall be in. held the ,Company's the second

to see. There will be no blind ural shades of green and brown, wouldbe marl pavements, of which any city Thursday of May each year.

faith and thankful acceptance of prettier for the nuts. After the tiny might well be proud. ties SECTION of the President 2.-The manner and Secretary of choice Sad and sods the other dn

whatever the commission men in their, bags have been stuffed and shaped they The turpentine industry promises to officersjas may be provided for, than be 'prescribed .
i by the Bv-Laws.
goodness of heart see fit to return for are glued into real acorn cups,in which develop into voluminous proportions SECTION t.-The time place and manner of

the stuff. On the contrary there will, holes} have been bored in place of the in Orange county. Besides a numberof calline and Directors and holding(except meetings when regulated of stockholders by law or

: be.a man in every market to do dtecdve c stems,and an end of baby ribbon drawn plants already in operation here by the Charter)shall be fixed in the .:, work The election of Directors shall be by ballot: ,:each
on-every crate.Iana through and fastened with knot in
a quite a number of turpentine distillers stockholder to 'be entitled to one vote for'each
.;-. (Itee River.Journal I: each cup. The ribbons'may be of any from the storm belt are locating here.: share of stock' owned by fcim,
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until those. elected at the first. election, , .
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shall be'J".. A Girl's
J ( Recovery Pain-Kiner.
i President
\ RENZO A. WESSON, Miss Lottie Penticoff Tells of Her (naRy Dins'.)

FRED Secretary G. BALDWIN and Treasurer., Long Illness-The Story ShouldBe A Sore and Safe Remedy in every case r1
Read by all Young Girls. and every kind of Bowel Complaint It
And the said Wiley G.Toomer, torDirector.il- -

son Directors and Fred.until G.their Baldwin successors shall are act elected.as a Board of From the Democrat, Freeport, IlL PainKiller1This .

SECTION .-The Board of Directors shall provide A popular young lady is Miss Lottie A.
for the election' or appointment such other Pentlcoflj; who resides at 283 Charles Avenue is a true statement and It can't be i.i
officers or agents as they deem necessary or ad- made too strong or too emphatic. ;
visable, and shall make rules and regulation Freeport, Ill. The was engaged as
'and take such action not inconsistent with the a clerk in a large fruit market and grocery It'Is ft simple,safe and quick care tor-

may Charter deem and advisable By-Laws to of regulate the corporation and carry,as on they the store for over a year, but had to resign Cramps, Cough,' Rheumatism,-

business of the corporation. her>position on account' of her poor Colic, Colds, Jfeuralgia, .. .
ARTICLE VI. health. Diarrhoea, Croup, Toothache.

LIMIT OF INDEBTEDNESS. When she was fourteen, she grew pale, TWO SIZES, 25<. and ZOc.() Shortest, ,Quickest, Most AttractiveROUIJ.'E
This corporation shall at no time incur an indebtedness sallow and thin. Every trace of color left "

I Dollars ((120,000.00)or liability). of over Twenty Thousand, .,her face and even her lips were devoid of : : : : t

ARTICLE VII.CORPORATION color. Her blood was entirely impover BETWEEN '
SEAL. ished. Her appetite was very poor and FLORIDA POINTS AND THE NORTH '

The corporation seal of this corporation shall, she could not sleep well. When she THIS .
be an impress stamp, circular in form -
bearing in the she felt
arose morning no more refreshed -
0 the words"Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer Co.
Florida Central and Peninsular
Seal.:Jacksonville, Florida." A than when she retired at night,
She was always tired and lost all ambi-
every thing.
i.-The stockholders of this corpora- She was also bothered almost constantly New York to Jacksonville by ,,
tion shall adopt by-laws not inconsistent with New Florida Pennsylvania R. R. to Wash-_
the charter;of this corporation and laws of the with the headache and a pain in her and ington. Southern Hallway: to ,
State of Florida, for the government of its affairs side and back. She would sometimesfeel Northern }Columbia, Florida Central & J
Those first adopted shall be adopted by the vote so weak she could scarcely walk. Air Line. Peninsular to all principal 1
of a majority of all the shares of the capital points in Florida. 0:
stock of the corporation at that time subscribed She bad rheumatism in her lower limbs, 1o Cincinnati to Harriman Junction
and may be amended in the manner provided too. They were badly swollen and her I CincinnatiAshevllle ,-.' by Queen & Crescent
for in said by-laws. Harriman junction to Ashe-
people were afraid she would have dropsy. I
The foregoing Articles of Incorporation are & ville and Columbia by Southern I
approved adopted and signed on the:proposed She was treated by two of the best Railway, and Florida
charter.oJ a corporation this day at a meeting physicians in Freeport, but without the Jacksonville Central&Pensnsular Colum- :5
held for that purpose in the"office of Wilson& slightest help, o j bla to Jacksonville.Cincinnati i
Toomer the city of Florida.
In witness whereof we Jacksonville hereunto,subscribe our One day her mother read about a case to Jacksonville by

names this, the uth day of October, A- D. 1896. similar to her daughter's that was cured ''E Cincinnati and Queen. Southern& Crescent K'y to to Chattanooga Ever--

Names. Address. by Dr. William Pink Pills for Pale Peo- Florida}ette,Florida Central& Peninsular -
Signed]"LOKENZO A.W LsoN. Jacksonville Fla. ple. She told her daughter about them Limited. to all important Florida '
(Signed] PXED.: jG. BALDWIN, Forest Cify, Fla.; 1t points. .
Signed] WILEY G.TOOMER,Jacksonville,Fla. and said Lottie ought to try them because "

State of Florida\. the doctors could not help her. So Kansas City Memphis Kansas City R.B., to Fort KansasJackeo Scott City&,

County of Duvalj83Personally she procured the pills and before she had vflle 1 to Birmingham Southern R'y '
appeared before G. >> Fla.
me Wiley to Everette, Central k
Toomer, Lorenzo A.Wilson and Fred G.Baldwin Thro Line. Peninsular to all Fla. points.
three of the above named subscribers,to me well Jacksonville ,
Louis to
known,and acknowledged that they signed the by .
Short Line to Du .
foregoing charter in faith for 1St. x
good the
Central to
expressed in the same. Holly Sp'gs Holly Sp'gs,
Witness hand and official seal at Route. CityMemphis"& Birmingham -
my Jacksonville
Florida, this 12th of October A. to Birmingham,Sou.
day D. J
1896 1 1 K'yto Everette and F. C.&P.

.J. Sioux City &Chicago to Jack ,_
Notary Public.a sonville. Ill. Cent. to
IIolly Sp'gs. }SP 8s K. C. H. & D. to Birmingilam.Sou. 4
Route. R'y to Ever-
ette and the F. C. &P. _

'Lj.1 Louis'ille& Nash'ille to hive .
New Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. only "
To route with through sleepersJackeo'v11Ie '
between New Orleans and

Jacksonville. _
The F. C. & I*, has 700 miles of track in .
oJo. .
Florida running through the
Tobacco Regions, .
A Rainy-Day, or Outing Costume. Stock farming and Dairy faction,

990-Ogontz Coat .Sizes for 34 36 38 I Peach ana Strawberry Land, .
Orange,Banana Pineapple Country, '
and 40 Inches Bust Measure. A stand" Phosphate Belt .

.1 ard design, so becoming and convenient Mat the Silver Spring and \'
Other Fine
b that the most conservative woman cannot The Great Hunting Country.Scenery. ,

ji fail to admire it, and recognize its practical Beaches the Noted Flthlng Ground.

MISS LOTTIE A. PENTICOFF. value. Our illustration shows agownof : Has the best lands for tillage, greatest vari
ety of soils In the State,and above all .
which is rain-
taken the first box she was much iron-gray cravonette
very : 1 Runs over the Central Rldgeland
proof and of medium weight which
improved, her appetite grew better and Where It is High and Healthy.'
adapts it to all seasons. The skirt is the"Comfort"
her sleep more refreshing. She contin. Prosperous towns fill its route and it otters
ued to take the pills for six months. described below.. The trimly the best freight facilities for any produce to

While taking the. she improved fitted coat has the usual seams in the the Northernnlarkets. ,
gradually for the best of Florida sent .
back, but is without ripples; a little full Send also map (
until she was completely cured. free) and note the towns on its route. )
Now she is in robust health and she is ness is added by plaits under the side- A.0.MACDONELL,G.P.AJacksonville 1

j no longer troubled with that tired feel- seams. The front may be buttoned snugly ,its. .:,

ing. She has no more headaches and to the throat or left open, as preferred,

the pain in her side is also gone. She It is lined with changeable silk, and the The Fla Cent. :& Peninsular R. R,
has not felt of rheumatism blouse worn beneath it is made of the '
any symptoms same silk. The hat is made of cravenetteto Offers
since she used the Pink Pills Her complexion to Shippers

has lost that sallow look and she match the costume.A The Shortest and ,(debit Route '
special illustration and full directions
\ has gained in weight. She is now in
about will be the BETWEEN
perfect health and feels better than she the pattern {found on
y y envelope in which it is enclosed. FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN
7i had for years before she used the pills. .. -- .. .
A Sensible School Wrap. She feels confident that she owes her 991-Comfort- Skirt. THE EAST AND WEST.
health and even her life to.Dr. Williams'Fink With-Improved= Ventilated Cars this company
1004-Fulda Cloak.--Sizes for 8,10,and Sizes-Medium and Large. This skirt is better equipped than ever ever tohandle
for Pale
She thinks
12, This handsome and becoming People. I has but four the Orange and Vegetable Crops and
breadths fitting trimly
years. .
it is perfectly marvelous bow well she Insure close connections and prompt despatch
cloak is made of rain-proof blue cloth of around the waist little fullness in
now feels after all she suffered. She with a to all Eastern and Western Market
medium weight, which can be worn said: "I can heartily recommend the the back, held in box-plaits, and measuring Through, oars to destination with

whether it rains or shines. It is tight- Pink Pills to any one suffering as I did." three yards and a quarter .at the out change or delay. .. .
fitting in the back and half loose in the Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all foot. It is lined throughout, and has a Perishable freight followed by wire and
front. The cape and its large hood are six-inch facing 'of cravonette to protectthe shippers advised time passing various junction -
the elements necessary to give new life points and arrival at detUnt. on.
line with bright,plaided silk. The edgesof and richness to the blood and restore lining and keep the bottom dry. The All claims for overcharges and loss promptly -

the coat may be finished with rows of, shattered nerves.. They are sold in box. skirt fastens on the left side of the front, adjusted.

narrow braid or machine stitching The es (never in bulk form, by the dozen or under a button-trimmed Etrapthus avoiding See that your goods are markedvia
cape is made separata from the long coat, hundred) at 50 cents a box or six boxes any possibility of a gaping placket in F. C. & P. R. R,

and is a convenient wrap in itself for for $2.50 and may be had of all druggists the back, and on the right side there is a For information call on or address.the un-
mild weather Cloth light, or heavy in pocket. Under skirts are, of course, dersigned:
or directly by mail from Dr. 'il- C. E. TAYLOR Trav.A'1ft.Ocala,P1*.
weight, also of the popular water-proof liams' .Medicine Co., Schenectady N' Y. omitted, and knickerbockers of silk, mohair W. B. TUCKER,Gen.A'g%Orlando Flt
fabrics may be used for the model. or pongee take their place. This O.M.HOLD EN,TrftT. AYgt,Leesburr. Fl*
A special illustration andfull directions > skirt is an excellent model for bicycling, W.R.FULLER TnT.A'sPt Taopa 1\1&\ .
Or N.!. PENNINGTON. ,Trine Manager !
- SOME of the brass bands in this
about the pattern will be found on"the golf mountain-climbing and general out- Jacksonville

envelope in which it,is enclosed.. vicinage ought to be.va cinated. door wear. W H. PLBASAHTB General Freight Aft,4ij
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ii it .698 i .t .-Jt_ ', TUB FLOSIDA :JABHBB: AJTO :ZBDXMBOWXB. .j; .OCTOBER 31,

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.' and Fruit Grower. only ten cents month.. We make. pear to have been well calculated. If The eight species of plants employedin
New York lost flier these showed
fifty per cent: experiments greatly
2 ; Jhis liberal offer because we believe -
t' apples Florida which is so much I unlike ability to appropriate
A Weddy! Newspaper published 16 Main phosphoric
r ":5- -, that when once the progressive, nearer to the starting-point of the hur: acid from the water insoluble
i :;:- :".F 6treeQTacbonri11e.P1a.:1.,. : .I;.,. '.: liberal 'farmers. and fruit growers of ricane, ought to have lost ,more than phosphate. The differences in this respect
I: c. '" ; this.State become accustomed to read- fifty per cent., but both States are estimated were striking. From almost the
,'-- ,TERMS, OF SUBSCRIPTION- ; ing our. paper they will.not willingly at the same figure. The fact is very earliest period of growth, the two

1' Per.One Year .........f<...,..iu...;:..>....v2.oo that the storm merely grazed the or- varieties of turnips appealed to feed
PoI' stet 3lottths... .......:............ ..... i.oo give it up. ;r*
., .: In Foreign.Cotmtries. "............:....:..... 3.00 ange belt and passed up the Suwannee nearly as freely upon the Florida rockas
We offer a liberal commission, to all :
River where the dissolved Florida rock
valley, hardly any oranges upon ,

advance.BubScriptionarinallcases No discount allowed: on cash one's.ewBBubscriptionexceptinadublUtto in postmasters and others who can give are ever produced, and none at. whereas the barley, corn, potatoes and

( i satisfactory references to act as our present tomatoes derived but little if any benefit

aU a liberal cash commission from the water insoluble phos-
mowed agents. \
be on all subscriptionS obtainedby until the advanced
Availability of the Phosphorlo phates during more
them Write Farmers whowish to secure their
: for terms,
Acid in Florida Rock. stages of growth, and even then the
f To every new subscriber we will send, own copy free'can do so by getting upa. benefit not marked
was nearly so as
postpaid, a of Whitner's "Garden- L. H. Merrill in the annual
copy report
club these clubs need not be confined with the cruciferous .
; plants.
tag Florida; For two new subscribers of the Maine State College for 1895,
at $3.00 each; we will send, to any one postof ice. Write us gives an account illustrated with a The leguminous plants, viz.: peas
postpaid, a copy of Moore's "Orange for terms. and clover, appeared to occupy a position
diagram showing foraging
Culture. pow- between the cruciferous and
Any one desiring any of the great ers of some agricultural plants for
Rates of advertising on application.. phosphoric acid." graminaceous plants, showing a very
: Remittances should be made by check political dailies .or literary magazines material increase of early developmentdue
Three forms of
postal note moneY' order or registered should write us for clubbing rates;; also, used phosphates were to the water-insoluble phosphates.
: letter to order of :
"; The facts far observed
agricultural implements at low .club so suggest
I. Acidulated Florida rock, contain-
..' 1" FARMER AND PBfIr.fBOWBR. that this difference in feeding power
-- rates to.our ; ing 20.60 per cent total phosphoricacid
which these plants exhibited is
Jacksonville, Fla. more
-t cent
-\<- ; 14.97 Per soluble; 3.70 percent
than difference between
Working for Better Rates. a single spe
c cent "avail-
-.JJ. ; 1990 per
-' CONTENTS.,.,-'dl' It is to be hoped that our readers able." cies and relates to groups of fpecies.

1 _.- have noticed .the article on the first 2. Crude, finely round Florida The ability to appropriate water-insoluble

Industrial Items ....................... ..,.,.. 690 page, Working for the Growers, rock (floats), containing 32.88 per phosphoric of acid appeared with
some species to increase
: plants greatly -
TRANSPORTATION' -High Rates on Southern cent phosphoric acid. This obtained
Pears; Working For the Grower*;Transportation under the department of Transportation from the commercial was ground as the plants developed.

'- and Immigration; Orange Outlook and that they have considered it While the turnips and rutabagasfed
.. .. in Jamaica.... ...,....,........... 691 rock by stirring it with water, allow the crude Florida rock
I GROVE AND ORCHARD-:San Mateo's Groves; welL. The time to strikers always ing the coarser particles to subside freely upon
in the earlier of it
F: Present Condition of the Groves in this when the. iron, is hot. Now. that that and then pouring off the turbid water. even stages growth,

f- Se<:tion..........i...........u..nn.u.... 692 The "floats" the 'sediments was observed that not until after some
powerful body the American depos-
Cranberries in the South; Matters at St. weeks did the clover, tomatoes and
ited from these
'.: .Cloud; Dead Sure Cure for Ants; The Commission :Merchants, has taken washings. in one case the corn, begin to make
Value of Ashes;The Cotton Wilt.......-. "693 3. A phosphate of iron: and alumina,
up the subject of a reduction in freight any perceptible use of the water-inso
JTOBAcco.-Cigar beat Culture Florida..... 694 the so called Redonda phosphate,
POULTRY Eggs on Exhibition;Duck Culture' rates on Southern produce the growers containing 49.58 per cent phosphoric luble phosphates.The .
for Profit; Market Stock; Yarded Hens.. '694 clover in two stages of growth
acid of
should lose
a large
to which42.17
..<;.Meat or Eggs "'!.......................... 69- no opportunity cooperate part per illustrates the above statement very
.Two Jacksonville Houses........ ............ 69,. with them in the channels in- cent,was soluble in ammonium citrate. clearly. This observed increase of

State News..........\:......,...,....,:;....... 696, dicated in that article itself. Those This ready solubility in ammonium feeding ppwer as the plants matured,
Ova citrate is brought about
RURAL JIOMB From Knitting Silk; by toasting
Christmas Suggestions........;.;;:.... .. 696. men, are on the ground where the rates the phosphate? It undergoes a changeon so that they fed upon the crude ground

A Sensible School Wrap; A Rainy.. or Outing' of those great corporations are made, standing whereby the phosphate rock, especially the clover, suggests
3 .. Costume ..................,..:';.'.!.!'... .... 697! that the crude ground phosphates may
'.... '_ EDITORIAL-Freel Free; Working for Better they are good lobbyists, they are business gradually becomes'less soluble ,in the be made a cheap and useful source of

.r Rates: ; Oranges in the "WIncL Storm; men andknow how to address citrate solution. phosphoric acid in grass fields, and on

Availability of the Phosphoric Add in railroad officials with business, argu Ninety-six boxes were used, twelve the other hand the inability of several
1' Florida Rock;Australian Oranges In Ixm-
for each kind 'of In the first
don ..................:.........)..,........ 698 ments. It really does not concern the plant. species, notably certain of the grarainese -
box the acid rock was used in the
if' Markets; Glen St. MaryNnraeryCompany. .... 699 commission much the ; and solanacere, to use the water-
so as growers second the crude rock in the third
Whitewash for2xterl ,
rOtBuildDgt;Algeria ; y insoluble phosphates freely in the ear- -
.. TS Florida;Good Reading for November to have a reduction in. rates, fortheir the phosphate of iron and alumina; in lier periods of growth, emphasizes the
;An Elixir of Youth;Aches for S,ndy the fourth
commissions no phosphate. The next
.. Soils ................ ..... ...... ".':'!.' 700 are calculated on four boxes treated in wisdom of using chiefly water-soluble
Citrus Pruitt In New York......:............ 7crz the gross sales; so, if they are interesting were the same phosphoric acid upon hoed crops,

_.Hintato Housekeepers.................... 704 themselves on behalf of the manner, and so on to the end. Thusit especially where early maturity is
.. will be seen that for each kind of essential.

d .Weather. In Jaoksonv1lle., growers the latter should certainly not plant there were three boxes which received I"

fall behind them in efforts directed the treatment.
Week Ending Oct.. 26,189 to same Australian Oranges in London.

; ... the much desired consummation oi Eight species of plants were chosen The Edinburgh Scotsman
a l. a qtaDATE. says: .
-.4 !lower rates. Address letters to W J representing four orders: Peas and "The
,J A a M = u o orange groves of New South
coco = : lj Ho ; I clover (leguminosse); turnips and rutabagas Wales famous
- Phillips, 263 Washington st, N. Y. are throughout Austra
.:, O 21.... .HU 81' 61 20 71 tomatoes and
71 In the Wind gramineae); potatoes
.Oct.u..... ,... 66 72 8s: 6o aS. 71 \a Oranges Storm. afforded an opportunity of testing the
Oct.23 .... .... '8a' 67 .10 Jsolanaceae( ). The plants were grownin
73 IS .74
understand of the fruit The
: s. Florida, we that the orange quality knowledge
Oct .....
24. 76 8a 67
13 '15. 74. .1.35 the house in wooden boxes
Oct 25......... 67 6g 19 66" 13' 72 0 groves, which were convalescing, forcing that the Tasmanian growers have es-
Oct.26 '"...... 66 69 ...77..... 65 U 1t .or and would have,given some evidence oi 14 inches square and 12 inches deep, tablished a flourishing export trade in
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.MeaD......... 67 6g 80 63 17 11 j 1.46 the fact during the coming fruiting sea- each containing 120 pounds of sand. fruit with London sending as as
.. .Tot&1 ninfalt. son have been stripped of their fruit by This sand was obtained from a- knoll many
A. J. MITCUELL Observer. the high winds to such an extent that i il t and been 250,000 cases in a season, has induced
nearby, having taken from a
is.doubtful if shipments to any amount the New South Wales government to
will reach the markets of the country depth of 3 or 4 feet was nearly free forward an experimental shipment of

Free! Free r !1t this vear from that quarter. As a result from organic matter., It was found to to England this autumn. The

/ To any one subscribing our pa- of this great storm,it is said that the prospective contain a very little phosphoric acid, oranges fruit has been
; just dispatched on the
of boxes
yield 150,000 of Florida
the total
-,"..per now for one year, at 2.00 per oranges will be- cut down at least one- amount present was 50far'below.what Ophir-1,700 cases in all-and should

: "yw, we will send it the remainder o f! (ba1'Phileitis: impossible to obtain any would be required by' be on sale early in October. The gov
positively definite data, enough has been a vigorous plant that it is doubtful i!f
the ernment is prepared to spend
free .
1896 of ,ooo
charge dating
year ,
learned to confirm the accuracy of the its presence could be considered a dis
the but is
on experiment confident
subscription January i above statement. It is rumored also thai ,
1897 turbing Owing to its almost that the will
consignment than
SO'per cent. of the apples
To remaining on inertness and its
; one remitting us forty cents complete inability to
the trees in New York, have been blownto cover the cost The fruit will come
we will send the paper to the end o f; the ground. Reports reach us also or] puddle or pack, this soil has proved a in the cold storage chamber." .

O .' the year 1896, adding enough back damage..to the orchards at various points very satisfactory medium, and was .i i iiii a IB ,jb.
throughout the Eastern and Southern thought preferable to the mixture of FLORIDA still lingers in the lap of

numbers, if desired, to make the sub States." California Fruit Grower. sphagnum and coal ashes sometimes summer in spite of the surrounding

::J S seripiion/cover-fourmon'ths.. This is This information (?) does not ap- used in pot experiments.. ts storms. ?, '
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The Lakeside Inn whicl1 Arthur ": .
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}X: Jackson is building on 1 His. handsome -. Tlarkets. ;

property adjoining the Villa Isa. FIRST NATIONAL".BANK f-
lla,. will contain two hundred sleep- OF FLORID i4T
: g rooms when completed, and have .

:commodatfefls for 500 people. Mr. FRUITS AND PBODUCE. 0 JAOKSONVIIL,E.

ackson will have no bar in the Lakeside Corrected by. Marx Broi. # The Oldest National Bank In the) State. .

Inn, nor permit the sale of any These arc avenge quotations.. Extra choice ; _

alcoholic beverages in or about the lots fetch prices above top quotations,while poor CHARTERED,. 1874. CHARTER EXTENDED, 1894. -

\\J nises'. Iota,enlower. By conservative,yet liberal methods!this bank has achieved the highest reputation for so ldIty-

The iron is being laid as rapidly as Limes. 3 peck crate... ......... ...... 1.50 strength We buy and and ability sell to meet and all legitimate demands. ,
I U ........... ..s....; drafts foreign domestic exchange on the most favorable terms,drawing our own
ssible for the Sebastian and Cincin- Apples,Bbl.....!.............:?*....,.. 2.00 to 2.o 5" We on invite si) parts visit of the world.
tus Farms railroad. Mr. W. Baker Grapes,Catawba,5 Ib basket.. ......: .20 favors shall at a or correspondence,looking toward business relations,assuring yon thatfyoui.
Pin escrate ........................ 4.50 times receive intelligent and careful attention- lip
Tampa, has charge of the iron gang, Lemons, Messina box....*........... 3.00 JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, R. C. COOLEY -
have laid the English'Peasdriedbu.... ,.......n 1.50 >
o rails about
: seven Peanuts beet brand..........:........ 04 to,04; # President. Cashier.
miles from Sebastian, and they will Cabbage.New York each_.......... ;H Safe
Potatoes,Nr.11 bbl, ... ... 1.65 Deposit Boxes For: Rent.. _
soon be laid the whole distance of ten 5 barrel lots." .: ",........ 1.60. J.

miles, out to the 115,000 acres of muck 14. Sack....................... ". 1.50
5 sack lots.................. 1.40
and other lands.-Indian River Advc. Onions, N.Y. bbl.... .,..., ..j|;:. 2.00 SEEDS SEEDS! SEEDS! !
Peas,black eye, bushel......,....,... <1.50
cate.One brown-eye, ............. 1.25 A FULL STOCK OP .
of farmers finds 44 dayJf ...... ,.r... i.ie
our enterprising Turnips N..Y. bbla.... .......,;... 1.50 New Field and Garden. Seeds
it more expedient to run a mowing machine Beets, ................ 200
Parsnips .' .'........._..... 2.25
through his corn field in order Carrots, ............... 2.25 ADAPTED TO'THE SOUTH.
to.save both corn and beggar-weed for gggi..u.r.n.. ....._* .-_ 16 .. '

hay. If you don't know how it works, VEGETABLES AND POULTRY. {:, ONION SETS. .

ask Mr. Clark.-Leesburg Commercial. -Corrected by Davis& Robinson. .- if':tiI: RED AND YELLOW, $(00, per, Bushel.. 7. _
The Florida Tannery is shipping an Yellow Yams bush., ...;....._...... .40 J- I. WHITE, '',- $4.50 II'. .".
endless Sweet Potatoes .........: ...u...... 30 to 40 -' for price list. ...
quantity of leather to various Hubbard squash,bbl.-.......... 1.50 ,,.
markets. They meet with a steady demand Lettuce,doz........... .........,.,.... .15 to .25 L. CAMERON, SeedsmanSend '
Celery '.... .. .......... ........-..- .3010.40 a .
for the. product.: Gainesville BggPlants,bbl...........!..;,.......'1.50102.00Tomatoes J'aoll&onvl11e Florida. ._, :.: .
Sun. crates. .?......,...........1.50102.00 ,
Sweet Pepper bu. .. ........._...........,75 to i.oo
Green EeanE,clath........-...!... .... 75 to 2.00 300 ACRES IN NURSERY. ONE ACRE UNDER GLASS.
Ottinger & McFarlin this week sold 38TH YEAR.
Green peas crate'..... ............!.. 75 to J.OO
their packing of this year's tobacco to Turnipsbunch................ ....... ..0310.06Pumpkins
each........................ .0510 .10 FRUIT
Wedles & Torsag, of Chicago. The Kershaws, each.... .......? ......,.'. .03 to .10 TREES Specially Adapted to Florida. '
price received is not known and can. Parsleypud bunches ...........< .20 to .25 ,
...... '
Green onions per dot bunches.
,not be ascertained, but it is no doubt Pepper hot bushel,.................... .75.25 Vines Oriental etc. Pears, Japan Plums on Mariana Stocks,Japan Persimmons, Strawberry Plants, Grape
Sage well curedtlb.........._....:... .25 Rare Coniierae Broad Leaved Evergreens, Camelias,50,000 Palms, III
a good one. One of the firm saysthat' Hen...._.._._._....w_...... 30 ,
the price, to be received is conditioned I3fe0w5lvv...**.t**......9...........*. f __ .25 10,000 CAMPH.OR ,.

on the percentage of wrappersthe Turk halfgrown..n..f.ys, per pound,gross......._. 15 to .08.20 and Cinnamon Trees Roses. The Greenhouse Department is the largest and most complete in the C
this Ducks......... ........ .25 to .30 Southern States. We grow everything in trees and plants suited to Southern horticulture. Cata.
turns m..nn..u.
crop out. However Geese, ... ..-........................ 35 logue tree. Address P. J. BERCKMAKS, Augusta Ga. No Agents. .
may be, a certified check for $10,000 Leeks per doz bunches................
clinched the trade the balance Radishes,per doz.....................No demana Lightning Butter-Maker. ..
to be Cucumberscrate..................,. .J.25to 150 Bra&ev Rcdjltld. EUQCM B.RcdJleM
paid when the crop is turned over. Spinach,per bushel ........... ..,.... None. Just think churning butter in two
............ ESTABLISHED 1871.
Cabbage Florida scarce None minutes. It 'seems hardly possible but
Some people say that the crop, whichis Salsify per dozen bunches....::'..... None ,
estimated at '60,000 pounds sold Lima Beans,quart.......... ........ .10 to 1a# it can be done with the newly] invented REDFIELO & SON, '
,. Florida Honey, pound section........... .10 machine now. being.manufactured by W.
'frior $50,000, but this is conjecture in ..... H. Baird & Co.,of Pennsylvania. Those Commission r Merchants
all likelihood-Quincy New Era. who have spent an hour on a warm day
Glen St. Mary Nursery Company.. .
doing'the churning, can readily appreci- -AND- '. "
W.' Chard, a prominent land agentof t The of the Gen St. Mary date how delightful this new machine

Claire, :Mich., arrived on the Lake catalogue appearance is an event of the Florida hor- }must be. It is easy to operate and every Fruit Auctioneers -

last Friday, in company with a partyof ticultural year. In its mechanical and butter-maker that sees it Orders one at -' ;.h .
colonists who will locate at the typographical features it is an edition de once. It is the easiest thing on earth to 141 Dock Street,Philadelphia. &tg- 4 t

Southern end of the lake as far southas luxe, while in its text it is the recognized sell All, and requires no experience either. We handle all kinds of Fruits.. and. Vegetables, ,
those* ho have
far --
New river. The colonists are all authority for the State. one so are either at private axle,(wbkh haih'aetof' been -,
so well pleased with it that they
The issue for this fall announces a never our custom)or by the auction sygtenFJrccentJy
tillers and will in
experienced engage tire ringing its praises.; Any one can
change in the style of this well-known; added to our business)as you may desire.
winter. make from $5 to $10 day this
truck farming next Mr. Chard establishment, which will hereafter be a selling
machine in their Those who
says that 140 colonists were on the 'carried on by the Ulen St. Mary NurseryCompany. township.
have little themselves
time to and wishto -
train with him, all bound for Florida. Mr.Geo. L.Taber remains at BRASS BAND
:Many of them stopped at different the head of the business as president of make money easy, can obtain full par- Instrument.Drams,Uniform,EqnJp.menUfor ..
ticulars regarding this wonderful invention Band.ADd Dram Corp Low.
the but the company, of which Mr. A. H. Man- I Nt prices evergw teL Fine Cittlor lO
points along east coast, there by writing to W. H. Baird & Co.,140 f
ville is IllaftrttIofi Maf/ < / "; itfiTftBuid
were thirty in the party who preferredthe The 1896-1897 catalogue of the Glen St. S. Highland Ave., Station A, Pittsburg i' Mono t Inatrnet'naloTAmateur LYON HEALY, BaJU\a.

Lake Worth section as their termi Mary Nursery Company of which an ad- Pa. .......ea a$W'sass, na.m.

nus. He also says that he knows of vanced copy has just reached us, is a

200 other settlers who will come here handsome sixty-page pamphlet in up-to .fIRRYS:

this fall to in date style, profusely illustrated. The

Sun. engage- farming.- Tropical largely edition rewritten.has heen revised throughout and Perfect SEEDS scerts grow QUICK: WORK, '

A great deal has been written about Among the many new things offered 'paying crop& i i'ertetse In selling and paying for Fruits and Vegetables
soft shell and this season we note the Suber, a new Tare not grown Lyciiance.f nothing shipped; to us is our motto. Wg
planting pecans makinga for South Florida Sneed ever left to clmiiee growing GIVE GOODS SENT US BY GROWERSPIasr
peach a new
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that in ten would a Ferry's Seeds. Dealers eell PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVER
grove years pay
peach for all regions where the Northern them everywhere. Write furFERRY'S BUY OURSELVES,, They'are protectedby
good profit. But Mr. 'V. W. Lyon, Chinese thrives ; Triumph, a new peach 0 our 40 years experience without, defaulting -

of "Glenlyon Grove," on Lake Min- for all peach sections where varieties of > and a financial dollar stability Enquire white U i.. our any standing bank or

nehaha, has discovered a much more e the Persian race are planted; eighteen SEED ANNUALfor merchants having mercantile reports can
new varieties of Japanese plums; and a 1S, l. Brimful of valuable > verify-then try us-WE BELIEVE OUR .
> speedy and profitable way to get a large number of new roses. The lists in- Information about l and new.et ., METHOD WILL SATISFY YOU. Send
Three he se seeds. Free by mall. your name for our quotations. Stencil and
pecan grove. years ago clude over 300 varieties for Florida, Texas cards free. Letters piomptly answered.
D. M. FERRY & CO..
cured some fine pecan grafts from I and Lower South, embracing peaches, Detroit,.Mich. .

near Punta Gorda, and put them into plums, pears, kaki, mulberries, grapes, FRENCH & CAN

a few, big hickory trees on his.place, ] oranges, lemons, pomelos kumquats,
5 roses, etc., ete.Complete 116 Warren St,, New York.
and this year he has a fine crop of de cultural information in the

licious pecan nuts. Now here is a.. light of latest experience; careful consideration BBOWN'B BRONCHIAL TROCHES" relieve ESTABLISHED. !s.s.II. .

money crop, easily grown and gathered -' < of,the adaptability of varietiesto Throat Irritations caused by cold or use

and marketed, that becoms its own sections; and full and accurate de of the voice. The. genuine sold only in

cultivator, eta, at the end of three scriptions, make the 1896-97 catalogue I boxes. ..---- S10O worth for 10c.

years, ,and without mishaps, produc- of valuable the Glen manualof SL Mary reference Nursery Companya for GOD writes the gospel not in the 's.t Sw.t.*>rf2 itnt bw.si Lv.
ins each year-a.fine crop:of soft shell fruit grower. It will be sent free upon Bible alone, but on trees and flowers I .tt5o.t W stud ass VKJU Ie$U lUKimt Jr4iblrl.la ties J tt l gi'sk koealU1 r r

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,Whitewash, for Exterior of Buildiiv phate exploitation and are now actively Of general interest' are an exhaustive : a mere "literary grasshopper," conj
,- ings. interested in Florida phosphates. ; article on Women as lawyefs, one. tinually skipping from page to page ol
t/ TheVashington or government,1 I Can it be that the Algerian phosphates : of Kate Jordan's sketches of Parts magazines, newspapers and novels,!
whitewashes; made as follows: Take are no longer the national treasure- Painters and their Models," .a b& and indulging immoderately in tf
.;halfa bushel of unslaked lime, slakeit 'I trove that theY'were once reported to graphical account of Aubrey Beards- mental dissipation of seductive month-
with boiling water, cover during the be? Are these famous phosphate deposits -ley, and a lively symposium from five lies. She should keep one little period
process to keep in steam, strain the that were going to yield 10, 15 different points of view on The Passing qf the day apart from the worries
liquid through a fine sieve or strainer, and 20 francs profit per ton, and be of the Small Waist. and hurries of existence the peace
't and add to it a peck of salt,previously mined at the rate of several millions of In Home Art" are beautiful pat- ful association of the English classics ]
;dissolved i in warm water, three pounds tons annually, (vide minutes of the ses terns for linen embroidery and instruction and the grace of their beauty willj
ground rice boiled to a thin paste and sion of French Senate of July, 1895,) in the.making of birch-bark art 'help to develop her into that most
stirred in ,while hot, half a pound of of little or no value today? TQ tell the cles. In" Sanitarian the cultivationof fascinating of all people-an "interest-]
*.Spanish whiting and one pound clean truth, we cannot comprehend our com beauty. is discussed. In" Hous- ing woman."-From "The Cultivation f
:' ::glue, previously dissolved by soaking I patriot's logic at all. There seems to hold" some useful suggestions are of Beauty," in Demorest's Magazine. ]
>$m cold water and then hanging over be a screw loose somewhere, whIchseems given in an article on ."The Model l for. .November..
.iitfa.slow: :fire rin a small pot hung in a to be in connection with the Hostess." "The World's Progress*h .. .
larger one filled with water. Add five world's misinformation as to the phosphates keeps abreast of current topics of interest Ashes, for Sandy ,Soils.?
gallons hot water to the mixture, stir of Algeria. If the Algerian 'f The' World of Letters and Almost all sandy soils lack potash.
well and let it stand a few days, covered phosphates are abandoned in favor of Art" gives interesting bits of information Even when it is present, unless thereis
from dirt. It should be applied Florida, it must be because the latterare in its department, and the Fash also some vegetable matter in the
'hot, for 'which purpose it can be kept better, or give larger. profits.The ion Department is suggestive and well) soil to furnish carbonic acid gas the
:in a kettle or portable furnace. The American Fertilizer. illustiated.I potash forms a union, with the sand
east. end of the President's house at -I.r-: In addition to this wealth of reading : and thenceforward can only be released -
..Washington is embellished by this Good Reading for November.As matter, there are pictures galore on I as it is in some way made solu
brilliant whitewash. It is used by the the autumn evenings grow longerone nearly every page, more than.a dozen ble. The benefit from applications of
government to whitewash lighthouses.A naturally turns from the outdoor full-page ones besides all that ate potash to sandy soils is direct. They
A of this wash mixture, if pleasures, the evening walk, or ride, necessary to fully illustrate every article t supply the kind of plant food in which
properly applied,will,cover one, square and seeks entertainment indoors, capable of being illustrated.t. it is deficient, and which is a necessity
yard, and will be almost as serviceable around the family table and by the for all plants. But the use of potashin
as paint for wood, brick or stone, and fireside. For such a purpose one An Elixir of :youth. the form of ashes is not restrictedto
% is 'much cheaper than the cheapest might go far and find nothing so good There is an elixir of perpetual youth sandy soils. Most heavy soils have
paint. as the current November number of which may be compounded by every' more or less potash in insoluble form]
"' Coloring matter may be',added as Demorest's Magazine.For tactful, intellectual woman if she will -- ..I I
desired. For cream color add yellow variety of interest it certainly cultivate the power of sympathy Jfot A. Dyal's orange grove at Cocoa has
ocher; pearl or lead, add lamp or meets every need, as %a; glance at its only should she throw herself often three thousand, four hundred and fifteen
ivory black; fawn, add proportionately most attractive table of contents will into the sunshine of bright, hopeful l trees, or about thirty-five acres.
four'pounds of umber to one pound of show: Among the descriptive articles spirits, but she must let her own face Mr. Dyal commenced budding in
Indian red and one pound common we see "The Boston Public Li be bright and go through life like''a April, and many of the buds measure
lampblack; common stone color, add brary," "Life in the Tyrolese Mountains fresh breeze, forgetting her own 'tribulations twelve to fifteen feet in height The
,proportionately four pounds raw um- ," "The Great Muir Glacier," in the effort to bring light and greater part of the trees are. : in a most

,.., ber to two pounds lampblack.The and "To the North Pole by Balloon." sunshine to friends, to servants, ,to tAe thrifty condition
: \ rt.uub.... : In fiction there is a capital little story poor. 'To'possess the power of sym ... ..
"'., j I I by Clinton Ross called The' Pretty pathy is to possess a rarer, sweeter Orange shipments are being made. ,
{, Algeria vs. Florida.At Wit of Captain Paul jones;\* the last charm than wit or beauty. The woman from the Manatee river seBBon.W. .

\. present we hear, says Let Phosphate installment of Robert Louis Steven ambitious to please l should also follow F. Hogan, of Herna d'CQpnty.
,of many prominent officials who son's latest novel, and The Saving J with interest the,thoughts and goings, gathered four.bundeAbusKels of'comfrom

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: PLANTS. The old relia- INDIAN
.""" ,':';:? "CENT A-WORD COLUMN. Por catalogue send to J..B.
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'1ll: ::.;(, fraltmarket 18 glutted with Jar 200.000 improved BEACH & CO., Melbourne,Fla. '
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oranges 1000 f,o. b. R.Paddy,'Latey, Fla. I r > ''
'- : 59 cents perlarrel, .RATES.-Twenty words, name and address i AA AAA IMPROVED NOONAN

"': and from? "J5t t9 20 cents'per box: ,in the one week,25 cents; three weeks 50 cents Nothing FOR SALE Two Leon county farms,4So acres 1ULMJUU STRAWBERRY PLANTS.:

last few days;., '-Receipts this port< thus taken for less than 25 cents. 390 acres. Excellent for stock raising and Grown in the sun and hardy.Fla.Prices reasonable.C.
tobacco growing. W. B. Clarkson,Jacksonville,
far,thia season, according to the Tribune, Advertisements for this-column MUST. be pre- Fbu. 824-tf

; amount_ ,80,692 barrels, against only p, i TJOWKER'S ANIMAL MEAL. To crake hens
18,267 barrel in the corresponding part Send no stamps larger than two cents.. IRRIGATED GROVE; 100 acres, TO years set > lay and chicks grow. Our little book the
of l lasjfjseason. Five steamers arrived Initials and figures count as one word. in Orange trees;50 in other fruit trees, etc. Egg tells all about U. E. W. AMSDEN.
rr For sale at a sacrifice.. Address F,"The Palms 9"19"tf .Ormond, Fla.
with a total of 18,000 barrels, on a single Lane Park.Lake County, Fla 4 2:;-qm

day Mist,week Itecent receipts have been WANTED. One car load of Sphagnum Moss NETTING, best goods for the least
_. '-- of improved color and flavor, but this 2otl\. Address, M. a, Gillett, I PH fact failed to stimulate the demand to a Tampa. Fla. 10 31 3 finest lot of Citrus trees that we have ever AMSDEN, Ormond, Fla. 9-19-it
grown and at prices that will suityou.. We sell
:: point commensurate with the supply, none but the-best. Send list of wants and get
notwithstanding that considerable quan- SALE Half million Golden Selfblanching our prices. F. N. Horton, Proprietor Bralden- T,.OUI8IANA GRASS (pASPALUH PLA-
Celery plants. Ten thousand fifteen la 11 best for lawns and permanent
tities in town,1 8-8-12 tycanle), grass
were repacked boxes, Florida dollars. Also covered of choice Cayennes
Sets $1.50 by ; 3ScentsperhUJ14redf'OSt&gepaid.
pastures. per 1,000 express
style, and shipped for London. Late advices and Abbakas. Bear. Farmspine- MILLS AND SHELLERS for fam W.H, POWEM,
from California indicate that the Fla. 10-31-3 CORN Hand-or power. Shelters 12,50. Lawtey,PIa.BERKSHIRE.

now crop of oranges on the Pacific Slope Mills,$5.00.$40.00. Will make coarse grits or
will be from 1800 000 to 2,400OOObozes.Offers 17RKSH SEED, CITRUS TRIFOLIATA, 15 fine meal, oatmal, graham flour. "Daisy" garden BOAR PIGS from thorough
plow $3.00, Address the Editor, Box ,
; Cents per Hundred. Makes the best hog- 524 stock. Entitled to register -
of California navels, of the new proof hedge. Fresh Camphor tree seed accents Jacksonville, Fla. Write us for prices. Fisher & Powers,
crop, to shipped in the latter'part of per hundred, postpaid Edward'H. Rcbie, Mt. Lawtey, Fla.FRUIT .
November:'and early hr December are Dora,Fla, 10-31-3 FOR SALE. 25. ACRE LE CONTE
Grove,trees set twelve
years;right on AND PRODUCE
reported have been made for from $3 the railroad. Five acres of it in the corporate Fruit.Limes & WANTEDOran,
to $3.50 a box, ron'board. The.Florida FREE NEW CATALOGUE OF CREAM- limits of Monticello, Fla. Box 524,Jacksonville, duce of all kinds. Write for prices. WILLIAM

cropfjit is estimated, will be considerably -, plements.* ery Write and for Dairy one. Mention Supplies;this Farm paper Im-, Fla. HUBER,, Commission Merchant, No. 35 qty

less than 2< Nunan Bessie Cherokee Colum
and ij.'t' GENUINE ,
crop between 4,000-,000 5,000,000 Michel's Early, Stevens CITRUS NURSERY TREES AND BUDWOOD
boxes at the time of-the destructive frosts NURSERY TREES AND BUD WOOD. and Jefferson Strawberry Plants, per 1,000,$t.oo. Parson Brown. Stark's Seedless,
\ of the'winter of 18945.. There will be Parson Brown Boone,Pineapple JULIUS SCHNADELBACH t _Lot k Box 4,Grand Bay, Jaffa, Tangerine King, Tardiff, Grape Fruit,
King, Ruby and Tardlff. Marsh Seedless and .. Villa Franca Lemons and other varieties,
no'dearth of oranges, however, as ample Triumph Grape Fruit. Villa Franca Lemon. such as Nonpareil, Majorca St Michael,
supplies, will be received from other Geo. E. Snow. EastlakeTla. 10-31-13: NURSERY TREES-I WILL HAVE 20,000 Malta Blood and Centennial Address, A. L.
sources,both delivery this fall and winter. Send in Dunedin Fla. 8-i7-tf
ILemons continue' to be in full supply OR YES,do you want spendid five-year-old,or orders now, and be sure to ret what you want.your
at.i. ha.nged'piices, which are ruinously -, bed Grape Fruit Seedlings,or choice Pric s and particulars on application. W. K. CAMPHOR SEED from my big tree, Soc 100;
: ) low. prices. V. B. WEBSTER, Seminole Nursery,
Grapefruit and Persian Lime buds Soc too,free by
disastrous in the history of the trade. Fort Meade Fla. 10-24 4 mail. E. RUMLEY Keuka, Fla. it
The quantity imported into all parts of T>UDWOOD-Tafia, Majorca Pineapple, SanJ -
this country was by far the largest on re- ford-Mediterranean,King,Ruby,Tangerine, \TTANTED IMMEDIATELY barrels
cord. It amounted WINTER HAVEN NURSERIES- 10,000 Mandarin. Satsuma Oranges Marsh Seedless, V Y Rough Lemons or one half bushel of fresh
to 2,759,000 boxes, of Silver Cluster Grapefruit, almost Pomelo
Triumph Genoa and Lhbon L'mons
seeds. Also ,ooo 1(.I,.seed-
one or two-year-old
which 2,051,000 were received in this seedless; Marsh Seedless, Triumph; 20,000 Prices low. O. -P. ROOKS, Fruitland Park,
lings. State priced Address G. B. EVERETT
Orange trees of all.the leading varieties;.King
city alone. A of ; Fla. 10 24-3
large proportion? the and Dancy Tangerine; Pierce Amory anti Jafia i Fruitland Park,Fla. 10-17-3 .
lemons imported consisted of inferiorfruit Blood, budded on rough lemon and sour stock. .
which could be sold for merely Send for prices. :R.ICHARD KLEMM, Winter SMOOTH CAYENNE, ABBAKAand GOLDEN TplANCY POULTRY YARD, established I87.U .
nominal while choice Haven,Fla. 10-24-3 Pineapple PlanU All grown from Stock and eggs for sale. State agent forLee's :
prices fruit a
even fiuitiug plants at our Modelo Park Pinery. OR.' Lice Killer Circulars free. Local agents
was sold at a sacrifice most of the season LANDO GRAPE AND FRUIT CO., C. S. Van wanted. ALBERT FRIES, St. Nicholas,Fla. .
account of unfavorable weather. hereare' NURSERY TREES in lots to suit. Parson Houten,Orlando, F a. 10-106 10-17-3 .
and Grapefruit. C. GOMPERTS -
' now only,700 boxes afloat and near- Lady Lake,Fla. 10-24-3 ,
ly due here. Of these 700 boxes ,
are I .
said to be of the new crop, receipts of BRONZE TURKEY GOBBLERS
which will begin to arrive freely within MAMMOTH Pets $1.25. Limited number. P. THE LAKElANc. D NURSERIES

; a few weeks.-American Cultivator.t' Rock and hens,reasonable- prices. MRS.
GOMPERTS Lady Lake, Fla. 10-24-3 ,

Looking. Southward. THE ISLAND, Fla., breeds POULTRY Black YARDS Minors, ,Fernan-Brown M. MAI: S II: :, Proprietor. .
Leghorns and American Dominique Some fine ,
Owing to certain*'necessary preliminaries stock for sale; also, ground meat and bone for
poultry, C. H. JACQUES,proprietor. 10-24-3 k
.. we compelled to delay ", L. .
active work in your State on our Florida '
Wholesale and !Retail Dealer In
edition and must
postpone its appearance -
until-Dpcembcr. This will be all : ,- _>1 '

the better for'the_,State, !and all adver- -

tisers.becausse,that'is the time the people General
in the North most desire a change of cli-' NUl rsery8tock 1.
mate. Nothing will, be. left undone to have reduced prices for our budwoodvery
make this a great success,and it all depends low. We have no agents here. Persons
upon the support given us by those wanfng budwood guaranteed pure Parson Brown
(Carneytree) should order direct from us. Nowis THE LAROESTUranUB A ASSORTMENT OF! ;
interested in the .
development of Florida.A the time for tall budding-wood well matured
certain amount must be secured to defray and prces very low. Address us Lake Weir,Fla.
actual expenses of getting out this CARNEY CO., or John L. Carney.. 10-10-6

i mammoth If you desire edition.advertising.. space,address" tenon, Lime and r a pBfr e rU1 U fi Treca1

Capt: J. H. Welsh, Welshton, Florida,or .

THE LOOKING SOUTHWARD PJJB. Co., We Make a Sf eclalty ofIS

17 E. Fourth Street,'..

,' including seedling Crape Fruit,
Hart's and Valencia late,Pineapple, Dancy Tan- "- .'
STATE' OF.0'. CITY: OF TotfcBoyf; 1s '- gerines, Budded Grape Fruit, Eureka Lemon, a ,.
LUCAS COUNTY /BS Seedless Grape Fruit;all buds on 4# year old OUR LI 8'r J3ELO .- :

FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he Grape Fruit stock. Very fine,prices reasonable. Our intentions are to close out this Jmmem e stock of Citrus trees,Jf_fine,trees and bed*
is the senior partner: of the firm of F. J, BOWYER& STEPHENS,Lakeland, Fla. 10-10-8 rock prices will do it.* We have twenty five varieties of Citrus trees propagated on Sour

CHENEY &:Co., doing siness in the Cityof Grapefruit, Sweet and Rough Lemon Seedling; Roots,as follow: ,
Toledo NO .1
and State aforesaid
County on sweet stock, Hart's Late. Dancy .
and that said firm will pay the same of Tangerines and Parson Brown, budded low ORANGES.. LEMONS. "
ONE 'HUNDRED DOLLARS for each trained to sticks. Buds 4 to 7 feet high. Limited Dan y Tangerine Eureka seedless) :
and case of CATARRH that cannot stock. Write now. H. ,FRIEDLANDER' In-- Satsuma(seedless') a Belair Premium and Genoa.
terlachen, Fla. 10106FRUIT King. '
be coned by the. use of HALL'S- CATARRH Mandarin. -'> POMELO or GRAPEFRUIT.Marsh .
CURL Klng/Tangerine. .
J.CHENEY. TREES, VINES, Kumquats(oblong and round). Seedless. I' ". ;
Ruby Blood. Excelsior. *'!' .
Sworn to beforeAme and subscribed in: L'\; PLANTS and NUT TREES. Joppa Late,(Seedless. ) Aurantlum (sweet rind) .

my presence ;tGia! 6tht of December 4 Pineapple.Valencia ,' llalla.. .- ,
/ saY. ; For Southern Orchards Gar. :oi -' ,,, .
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.....A.Da8S8. iJ & dens and ': i'firTahiti .
i Groves. No agefcts Parson Drown 4- LIMES. ',, :.-', ::: :
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.: -*- A-'V"GLEASON, price St. Michael Blood, (paper rind) (!seedless] ) ;
". : .4SE4JJJ| | JENNINGS NURSERY CO., Jaff (Sanfortl's). ". MISCELLAN usiiit?- :
Notary Public, 9-26-25 Thomasvllle, Ga. Hart*Tardiff,(Sanford's). ',, -, r
Centennial. Japanese Peaches, Plums, Chesln 1i s., .
HaIrs Catarrh Cure is taken ,
Internally Boone'a Early.MediterraneanSweeta. ; Persimmon Trees. k "sue ,
and acts directly on the blood and mucous To FLORIDA first-class POBLISIIERS.-A newspaper (SaqfqhTa.) ,4 -'..- Strawberry and Pineapple piants's w '
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'A?* The magiflcent Steamships of this line are appointed to1 sail- as
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Pier 35, North Btver-5 vT)l. .
} City of Angasta ...... .... .......................... ... .............. ........ Tuesday Nov. 3
Kansas City,............ ..............., 'to................. ... .............Thursday.Nov, 5 &x
Tallahassee .......... ..... .... ....:...............,...... ... .................Saturday, Nov. 7
City of Klrmlngham..... ...................:.... .. .......... .. ....... ... Tuesday, Nov. 10 \ '
City of Augusta .................... .. .........,.........,...... .......... :...Thursday, Nov. if C EOo .
Kansas Cltj....,..........., ......!.'........... ..............'... ......:. ... Saturday, Nov 14
Tallahassee ............ ........................................,.................. Tuesday Nov. 17
City of Birmingham.. ...... ....... .... ........................ ........... ...ThmsdayNov.
City of Augusta..... ._. .. ... .....?..,................................... ..Saturday, Nov. 21 4r-
Kansas City... ....:....... .... ........................ ...... ................Tuesday, Nov,21
Tallahassee .... ...... .'.. .,...... ............... ..............r...............Thul1lday, Nov.:6 ,
f City of Birmingham...... .'...... .......................... ................Saturday, Nov. 28 !
G.M.SORRELL Manager New Pier No.35, North River'


, Naeoochee.. .................n..,',. ..................I... .............;........ Tuesday,Nov.Tst finest
Chattahooehee ....... ....,.... ... ..-............;............:..... ....... Friday, Nov. rr Cuisine and Sertlce. No Transfers and, yew Y01'k.
Gate City ..,.................................,............................,...:.I........Tuesday Nov. 10 The Fleet is composed of the Steel
J .Nacoochee.....,....,,...,..,'.......;...,...... ''''''...,........ .......wu.....Saturday, Nov. 14 following Steamers:
* Chattahooehee...... ..........>..............*...... .........................Wednesday, Nov. 18 1t .
\ Gate .City...4. ...............;j...... ........._......".......... ....... ........... Saturday, Nov. ai Comanclie" (new) "Aigoa win Seminole '
Nacoochee ......'.......... .f'" ,........'............. .. to...:......'..........'.Thursday,;Nov. 26 ,
RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents, Uwis's Wharf. -

f Pier 39., Delaware'Avenue. Steamers are appointed to sail tide.

} m City of!:TAMER Macon ) ..... .... .. ... ... .... .... From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston),........ ,Tuesdays and Thursday..
(freight only Tuesday,Nov. 10
City of Macon (freight only) ......... .........-...,? ......... ......... ... .......... Friday,Nov. 20 Erom CHARLESTON, S. C:. ...:.............. .. .. ...... ..w'f: ,Wednesdays and Fridays.
j Clty of"" Macon (freight only). ..... .......... .. ........ ... .........Monday,Nov, 30 For hours of sailing see '"Clyde Linf" Schedule of Charleston daily papers
' M. C. HAMMOND.Agent, 13 South Third Street. < : '- .

I Central ((90 Meridian) Time-as below. '. Steamers arc appointed to sail from.Pier 29, Cast at 3] i.as follows:

Tallahassee... ... .Tuesday, Nov. 3, 400 p. m. City of Augusta. .......Tuesday, Nov. 17,' 3.30'P. m. For CHARLESTON) S. O..,..........'...............S........ ', wines a and Fridays
i City of Birm'gh'm..Ths'day. m' Kansas .
Nov 5 ,5 30 p. City. ThursdayNov.
.dtyofAugusta.SaturdayNov{ 7, 7.00 p.1n. Tallahassee... ...SaturdayNov. :ai 19, '5.30p.m.4 JO'p. m. For i CKstllYlllE, Fl'., (filling at Charleston, ) .. .... ... a Says. .and FridaysenYCE's
Kansas City ... .. .Tuesday,Nov. to, zUoo: p. m.I City Bira'gh'm.. Tuesday, Nov. 24, 9.00.m. -;' ,;:.. "'; ", -..-- -
Tallahassee-.Thursday. Nov u. I.OO a. m. City of Augusta ...Tursday, Nov 20, 800 p.m,

City! Blrm'h. 'm.. Saturday SAVANNAH; Ntv. 14, 1.-. p. m, TO Kansas BOSTON City... ,...Saturday','Nov.28., 11.008. m.: ST.S jotf ,.. ; ,#:I1'lE- '

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G&te"Clty.t Wednesday Nov 4, i oo.p.m. I Nacoochee.. .....PrldayNov, 20, 5.oop.mV Paiatka, Sanford, } ., a h I tttermed ate l
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Gate City.... ..,... Monday Nov 16, 3.00?. 11&, The Elegant Iron Side. -t [


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City of Macon. Thursday, Nv. 5, 5.30p. m. I I City of, Macon..Wednesday. Nov.25, 840: a. m. Is appointed to sail r. -
City of Macon....... Sunday Nov 15, zooa.m. | Leave Jacksonville :;.. .............. ........ ......... l! and Friday at 3.30 m.
Returning Leave Sanford................. ...... .. tnd'Saturdays at oo p.a. m. .
W B%ARNOLD, G. T. P. A., WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. P. A., W. J. FARRELL, Sol. Agt, 9
JacksonviUe, Florida. SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND..
C.G.ANDERSON, AGENT. Savannah, Ga Read Down. I. Read Up. \

Leave 330 p. m ...... ;.................. F". -.', I Arrive 3.3oa.m.
r 8-45 p m. ............ .... *aiai&a. ...-'! .. Leave m.4.oop.m.. .
i W. A. BOURS. ESTABLISHED 1875. v 3.ooa. m. ....................... ... Astor.. .' II 9.00 p. .
J. BODRS.. ,1 4-30a m. ........:. ........ ........ St. ... ,
...... ... ..'.............................T...... Beresford .... 4' a,30pm 1.30 p. m. .
Arrive 8.30 a. m. :........:.... ..... .... Sanford.. to 9.00.. m
I : WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO. 9.25 a. m. .,.................. .... .Enterprise. ... M 9.30 a. m.
........... .... ... ......................So. Fla. R. R. .. :,,. II ti.00 a, m.

Grain : Garden Seeds and Fertilizers General Passenger and Ticket Office, ;! : i1i t. Si';,'J'aoonvil1o.. '- i"- .

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M. H. CLYDE, Awistant Traffic Manager,5 Bow York. -'
aa wEISNr BA'r ST., "AOK.ONVI x.B': P'IvA.t THEO. O. EGKIl, Traffic Manager,5 Bowling ".
I. P. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger ; Fla.
JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent, ,Jacksonville,: .PIa.
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I Hay, Corn Oats Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, :WM. P.: CLYDE & 'l : ents,

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Truckers are requested to send of Field sand Garden Seed

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. SULPHATE LOCO bushels Texas Red Rust-proof Oats,75 cents ; or Lnctrae, 35 cents per.
pound; Rescue-Grass,jo cents per pound. _

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.. .Table.matSt on which to place hot in the cloth and let it scald twenty I sprinkle them, with salt and pepper. dies' maid always used a soft silk handkerchief -
: dishes, are no longer used, as the minutes. Then take the cloth out and dip in egg; and roll in crumbs; then for stroking her mistress'shair
; ,heavy felt undercloth: 'is intended to throw it into clear water. Put the I fry each side until brown. using it night and morning in

: be sufficient protection for the table; logwood into a vessel' with sufficient Anirons, lamps, candle lanterns,pr place of a brush, and with excellent

'. r but many.house wives_havejound the water .for' the goods, press the water !I anything made ofthe wrought iron results.
4 top of their handsomely jpolished) tables from the cloth and put it into the logwood i now so much used can, be freed from It will !be of interest to hot ewives

defaced by the,marks.made by the hot water and scald it thirty minutest dirt by wiping the iron with a cotton to know that celebrated foreign physicians -
' dishes. If a;sheet of asbestos paper Then take out the cloth and air well. :cloth slightly dampened with keroseneoil. are recommending the marrowbone ;
f. is put under the i :felt_cloth the table Meanwhile put ,the vitriol water into for a strengthening diet and tonic.The .

will not be inj ed-bithe! least from the vessel with the logwood and again : A simple disinfectant to use in a sick /(arrow bone is served upon a
this Attoi luncheons in the cloth and scald it fifteen pieceDf hot When it is
, cause. ; put room is made by putting some ground dry toast. to
' wnen the polishfedtable},is used with. minutes. longer. This will preventthe 'coffee In a saucer and in the center a be eaten the marrow is taken out and
;" doylies instead:\;of:;a.cloth, asbestos goods when pressed from rubbingoff. small piece of camphor gum. Lightthe spread upon the toast. It is also

mats may bexoverecl L:with prettily embroidered gum.with a match. As the gum served upon small portions of fillet of
:_ -::_:. doylies:for. the hot dishes., Fancy pipes with.large bowls can burns allow the coffee to burn with it. i beef, and in this manner is considereda
One of these-:mats covered with a be made very ornamental by fillingthe The perfume: is refreshing'and healthful desirable course for luncheon parties.

-' "r- doyly,* which'should: [ be larger than bowls with good earth and setting as well as inexpensive.Save When pies are to be kept over until
\ ": the mat, is much'prettier to use than in them plant like the little wandering all old silk handkerchiefs. the second day after baking; it is a

> --! any teapot stand, that can be pur Jew, or some easily growing; grace. Various are the 'uses they can be put wise plan to brush the under crust

'i chased. ful vines. Hang the pipes by cordsor to. They make better dusters for pol with a beaten egg, then to.put the.tinor
r -.. :. To color woolen goods black use ribbons from brackets, or on window ished wood than anything one can dish' on the ice half an hour. After

t .;I. one ounce of extract of logwood: and frames. \ buy. An old white silk handkefchief that put in the filling of.the pie and
.- '- ;- haKatounce! of blue vitnolafor each Tomatoes are.almost as useful when folded smoothly and laid over a. bake quickly. This wpf keep the

;, +. ,.pound! of cloth,*. .Put, tlje vitriol in green as when.ripe. Green tomatoes sore caused by lying in bed has been, artist from getting soa1: d.-Ameiican
f water enough to cover tnej ot and ar.anexce! ent vegetable fried. Cut known to give.relief and heal it- when. Cultivator.

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