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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00106
 Material Information
Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00106
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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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7 CASED- WHISKEYS, continued.- F BITTERS. # Please: write us what brand of f :Wkiskey. you

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INDIAN FILL RYE, 100 Pints, II. ;30.00
HOLLAND
ORANGE BITTERS, Per Case,
*'' .. 200 BaIt Pints 31.50 in the Wholesale
,. '. ANGOSTURA BITTERS, With our long experience
35'.00: SEMINOLE BITTERS II II .
:MoBRAYER, 100 Pints, -
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Business and with Full and Stock we
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200 Half Pints, 36.50 ... .
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All of these handsomely put Every bottle having a
are up. feel sure we can please the most particular
beautiful label on it. To avoid delay in having your orders shipped promptly please

CANADIAN I :MALT WHISKEY, Per Quart Botttle, $1100: ..observe the following rules : r' Parties from the country visiting Jacksonvillefor
Always send money with order.

FINE Wise's OLD IRISH Distillery WHISKEY, Cork, Ireland, Per Quart Bottle, $1.76RA'M8 Always add the price of jug or keg to order. the purpose of buying, we would be pleased to
Always give your Postoffice address, and the nearest Express or
SUPERIOR SCOTCH MALT WHISKEY, ** ,
Per Quart Bottle, 1.75 Freight office. have them. call on us before buying elsewhereseeour

GALWAY BAY OLD IRISH WHISKEY, Always state how t
Per Quart Bottle, $1.50 boat. stock and get prices-every facility given for

Imported and Scotch Irish Whiskey sold per gallon from original By observing these rules your orders will be promptly shippedthe

package., -s ..._lllr...,,..- same day we receive your Instructions. receiving..and answering their mail, use of telephoneand
v Any Goods not mentioned in this Catalogue, write us, and we

Royal Cognac Brandy, will ship you on receipt of order. sitting room.'

We solicit your valued orders, to which we
L $4.00 Per Gallon.
General List for those Customers Who Intend ordering by Jog,
to Brandy Full proof
Chemically pure. Equal any Imported will give at all times our most careful attention.
and flavor. Demijohn or Keg, and Case Goods. 4

WILD CHERRY BRANDY, distilled from Wild Cherries, $3.50 per Gal. # Please Let Us Hear From You.N. .
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PURE CALIFORNIA BLACKBERRY BRANDY, $2.50 per Gal. PURE RYE AND

These Brandies are distilled from the fruit guaranteed pure. WHISKEYS.Per Gallon "B. Discounts the Trade. Price
;.They are first-class. Miller Rye and Elmn Creek Bourbon............... .... .... .......... .... 9160 Special, to ,
1.minuiTI1iii-n-r-mi-r-, Gold King: Bye Whiskey........... ...... .. ............................... 175
: 1' Fleetwood Rye WhIsky,%%............ ................ ...... .......... 2 00 Lists and Special Prices mailed on application.
r : 'PRICE'LISTOP' .. XXX....... .'... .... ...... ... ............ ..... 225
Indian Hill,100 Proof,3 Years Old....... ...... .............. ................ 260'Land : r'C ;* Respectfully .
of Flowers,%X%.................................... ... ............... 275 '
"u %%%%................ .... ... ...... ...... ....... ..... 300
TWINES. Wallace's Rye Whiskey........... ...................................... ..... $00 f' CHAS BLUM & CO.
Old Dominion White Rye ............ .v.......... ........ ........ ............. 360 .. '. .-
Winchester ............ ................ ............ 360 '-i). :; ..
Best California Port Wine. ... .. .... .. ... ....$1 25 per Gallon." Belle of Nelson... ................ .....: .........,.. ............................ 400 .'. <,' .:'...< ,
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# Best California Sherry Wine .. Of. 125 Golden Chief Bonrbonx. ........... .... .... ...... ... .................. 350 '. .. '
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Best Calirornia Sweet Catawba Wine Queen Nelson City;7 Years Old........,c"::................. ........ .......... 460 \ --
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Beat California Claret wine to. Geo.W. Hogan,Nelson County Kentucky...... ......... ...... ...... .... 500 .., .
Best Calfornia Zinfandel ..to. .. .. .. . .. 1 00 Pure Baker Bye, Very Old ................... .. ....... ................. .... 400 _____..."............,... '' ", ,..' .1-} "'
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Best California'BUlJUndy., '. : ::. ... x Wellington Bye............... ..... ................... ......... .. .......... 360Brookhlll ;" : l.;i
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(tt Best California Hock .". ., .. . ... . .125 Rye. .... ,............. .................... ........................ 400 1 '" ,;1 .', -
BestCaliforniaAnge1ica. ;.. .. ... ... 150 Yellowstone Rye...................... ........ ....... ..., ................. 400 ;- .- :?;,: (
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Best California Tokay. .. . ......v.. .. .. .. .. 130 Guckenheimer Bye, 1882..... ........... ...........:........ ........ .......... 500 __ r :t v : t.;
Best California Reisling .* ** 1885..e..................-.............. 800 1\JtJ'f: :
Very Old Sherry: and Port from $1.50 to $2.00 per Gallon. Lewis Bye, 1886 ..,........ .,............ ......... ... ... ..... .......... ..... 500 .
Put up in Sealed One Gallon and Half-Gallon Jugs at above Old Hickory Hollow Bourbon.................. ..... ........ ............... 400 .
Prices. All of the'above can be had in Quart Bottles, at above quo- Old Oscar Pepper Whiskey, 1891..... ..... ............ ...... ..... ......... 500 PRICE LIST I- \.' .i '.--... '..",: -. .. '.-"'--

z tations.Shlpped In 6.10, 26_ and 48 Gal:Casks orKega.. ,.... '-' *t- -.- no. -- --,--_..BRANDIES.__ ,_,- .. : ':>& -,,. .' :-. ,. f"j:: -;:' : : .\ ;. ._.
for Half-Barrels and Barrels free. ------P. : 'rGalIo "-: '*-"' I... "
: Kegs only charged original Pure,Georgia Peach Brandy.......................... .... .......... .......... $150 i { : ;
I' "" I .' '1 Old.-........ ..........;. .. 175 -. QJQRS
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r IMPORTED GERMAN RHINE WINES. Old............. .;.............. ......;......... 175 t .
"- :Maryland Peach Brandy,4 Years Old ....'..................... ......... 400

Neustadter.... .. .. .., .... ... .. .. .... ... Per Case $700 4 North Carolina Apple Brandy, 4 Years Old............,............. .... 375 -- OLD MISSION:, Per 1000, $14.00

Niersteiner... .... . . .. .,.. ... .. . .. 800 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC HUMS.
.Laubenheimer . . . 11 . . .11. ... -* 800Deidesheimer ui BAN'TWIST 15.00
. .... .. .. .:: . . ... .. .. '-' 800 .... ...... Per Gallon .
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$1,00 case extra for Pints. Pure New England Rum, New" \ ............................... {150 CHAS. BLUM'S SPECIALS, .- P ". :; 15.00
per ,* M 175 .
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'l -y Old Medford Rum, Very Old........................... ............... 260 TAMPA SPANISH SMOKERS, '..... :\:-:-. IIII :' 25.00
Jamaica Rum.....-.,...... ..... ...................... ........ ......... 200 :
and Cordials.Curacoa. 41 II Imported.-. ...... ............... .... .. 800 FREE SILVER ((16 to 1)), Imported Liqueurs London Dock-Jamaica, Very Old............................. .............. 575 WAYCROSS SMOKERSjjj;.d'.i:, a 35.00
Santa Cruz Rum, Imported................. ........ ..?................ ....... 400 !.i'. r: ..
.... .. .. ..Per Case $... .. Per Bottle $.. .. .. .. I Jamaica Imported............ ........ ................... ...... ..... ...... 400 TWIN MEDAL, '. ,: ''''''JJ'' <""'I!''" 35.00

Anisetifi... .. ... ... .... . .. ,. . .. CASE GOODS. ;. -,_ !tY'' : '' '

Harascbino. .. ... ... .. .. . Per Dozen 7th REGIMENT, 0. : -, 35.00 \
Bottles. :
Creme Cacao. ... ...* . . .. .. . .. Seminole Rye or Bourbon....................... ... ............ ...Quart.......:. $1000 ROIG'S CIGARS, -. .': :i 35.00

Cremede Menthe... .. . .'.-. f .-.... .... Gibson ByeMcBrayer ................... ................... ...... ................. .... 1000 '
Chartreuse.... . .. .-... .".".';.f".. -" "' ...;.. .... -.......... .......... ....... .................. .............. .... .. 1000 CHAS. BLUM & CO. EXTRAS, ', ) ,.' '_ 55.00
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. .. .. . ... .. .....* .O.... .......... .... 1000 OTJESHA REY & CO. HABANA ; 85.00
I Absinthe. Lewis ((186d)............... ....... .......... .......................... .... ; 1300 : .
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t' V.ermo':th" t..ii>.. / ,. .. Yellow Label...... .... .... .... ...... ........................,....... .... .. 1200 REGALIA, ', -" 65.00
F .,. ... 1111 BoyalPoinciana* ............:....... ........ ..... ...................... .... 1200 : ,.:. ,
Brookhill............ .................................................. .. ...... 12 QQ EL MODELLO HABANA,. .., ; 65.00
Clarets. Thompson ave..... ...... ..........-............................... ...... '. 12 00 < .
t Impofted Old Pepper Whiskey, 15 Years Old... ................ ...........'......!.!! 1400 _"m' I .
Clover Club Bye Fine.........................................1......... .... 1800

t 8t.Estephe. ... .<.... ... ....... . .PerCase, Quarts $8 75 COGNAC BRANDY. -s, We also carry a full line Smokers' Materials;including Pipes,

". ... .....-. .. .,......... ... u 24 Pints 9 75
t; St. Julien superior.r .. .. ....'. . .... :. Quarts 8 75" Hennesey Cognac........................................ .. ...... ........... 1800 Plug, both Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos; also Bag Tobaccos all
. .. .1. .. .. ... .. .. 24 Pints 9 85 Martell ", *.........'r.... .... ......... .................:::..........:: 1800
...- SG Emilioiz,.......... .. .. .. .. .". .. ...;.. Quarts 10 00 Dupont ....................l............. ..............S.....;..';. uoo descriptions. ,

t .. .. ..... . .. ... .. .. 24 Pints II 50
t?' Margaux... .... .... .... "... ..:.... ...: Quarts 8. 60ft GINIMPORTED.t
I' .. .... .*... .... .. .... ... '' 24 Pints 900 Per Case. OHAS. BLUM & GO
Windmill Gin large bottles.................... ............... ............ $1600 ,,
l: Pontet Canet... ... .. ... .. ... .. .. ...: Quarts 1250 Bed Cross Holland ImportedBurnett's ........ .... .............. ...... ...............
t'. .... ...... .... .. .. .... .v'- 24 Pints 13 25 ..................
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London Cordial Gin.0" ................. 517 and 519 West Bay St.
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1i Schiedam Gin, Imported. .. : .. .. ...............;.......,-:.
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Chateau La Rose ... .. .. .. . .. . .. .. Quarts 1250 DOMESTIC GIN. 11: JACKSONVILLE FLOBIDA.V .
1, .... .... ... .... ... .. .. '* 24 Pints 13 55\ Per Gallon. .- !. ,
California and Domestic, Q'U and P'ts, per case, from $3.00 to $ .oo. Swan! Brand Holland Gin..... .................... ......... .::..........,.... $175 ,- ",. .,. ..
Royal Tom Gin................................. .................. ............. 175 .,. .: '-
Juniper Pure Gin........ ....................... ............ .................. 225 :, .
Pure Bye Malt Gin... .......... .....?...........................!......... 225 '. ;.i .\. :' ..:: .> '
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White Sauternes CORN WHISKEYS ::: .z. ; '. .',1.,rJ :..' ,
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.* Mountain Dew............. ................................. 200 /- .-'., i I '' "-
GRAVES Per Case, Quarts, to .' M 3 Years Old....... .... ........................ 260 ,
f: Ii II.. 24 Pints, Pure Georgia Corn.'.......... ............... .......... ........................ 175 ': ;> "
I r Any of the above goods can be had in quart bottles, pint and half.pint t .
HAUT SAUTERNES BOMMES, Quarts, $ 8.50 metalic top nasks. : ,.. .._;.. .". .. _. .
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I Schmid's Budweiser................ ..........,................... .... ........ 1000 ""\ -"'.. .. A
PREIGNAO'. -. _' !!' Quarts, Wiedeman's Bohemian ...... ...............:... .... .;.........:............... 1000 '" <;: ,.,;': ': '"
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and '-. No Goods Shipped C. 0.D. to Dry Towns : Ig
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CATALOGUE We WaQt your Trade T mtl. ij 1 '


..... If you order once we will,treat you so well tht you '
.. will continue dealing with us//: ABSOLUTELY PURE. .
PRICE LIST .,
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AND ... .,. --4', S IIed DISTILLED FROM JUNIPER :
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: CHAS. BLUM & CO; When' customers continue. to order certain kinds of \A I A DELICIOUS DRINK 01t

Whiskeys year after year, for Ten Years they must a j uwni 0 mm

be all right. Such is the case with the following Brands.LEWIS' 9.: i ,! I rVALUE..
West Street .
: No. 517, 519 Bay "
One poz. Quarts $lo
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Jacksonville Florida. ::s Two Doz. f Ints $11
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Cl -USOL"'tD.Y PURE '
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THE BEST WHISKEY ON EARTH. FINE AS SILK. hnjli.d RNs!1. ney troubles and nervous 10"lach
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 3 '"0 2
1:; ; disorder No Saloon
orStore
Packed iirCases. 12 Quarts $12.00; 24 Pints, $13.00; 48 Half-
Pinte 1400. $5.00 per Gallon in 5 and 10 gallon] Ke0', 26 gallon ._frwbltj..-- .....--..........-... Drug without it. should be
WHISKEYS Half Barrels, 48 gallon Barrels,or one gallon Demijohns. --.t---G.M- I.w.t'Ww In '
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Brandies, Wines, Gins, B7KER RYE. 't '-4
Invaluable. for Kidney Trouble, Nervous -.';'
Disorders,Indigestion.. -11
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r-- Cordials Rums Etc. J
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recom-mended: & CO CI NCIULLMAN 't.. >
cannot praise Baker Rye enough to do it justice. .- '-f':: "' "J ,
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CASED GOODS OFALL KINDS. / .- .$4.00 Per;Gallon.. :. .., I or.n............. --,. : ':" .:' <.i:'"::

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We have no Traveling Agents. This Price List does our Seminole Rye or Bourbon. GINS AND BRANDIES.: .
business. We therefore save you from 15 to 30 PerCent '

on your orders. We guarantee honest dealing $4.00 PER GALLON, .

and will save you money. All Goods Quoted on this List are Guranteed
In' Cases-12 Quarts,$10.00; 24 Pints,$11.00. Pure. =
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When returning! empty packages always advise us, enclosing Bill of Lading i This justly celebrated Whiskey is distilled at Lexington, Ken- .
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and its merits, both to andnalityf
tacky. Knowing appreciating as price
_. :. and prepay' ; Freight' Charges.. .. ? have secured entire 1 ?territonr-ofrState. ,of,,.Jglnrida.fnr thiarand. OLDJHUNDRErLQIN., .., .... ;. '::'; er..GaJl $1? '
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In I 1,5,10 26 and 48 Gallon Packages. per gallon. ... ,a '

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: fiUGKENHEIfyiER, RYE-illS, ROYAL GIN, -- Per Gallon;'$2.OO'

Importers and Wholesale Dealers In We guarantee this to give satisfaction. You cannot. buy. as good
$6.00 PER GALLON. from any other bouse for$2.75 per; gallon. .
WHISKEYS BRANDIES: WINES
Very old.. A strictly fine and.pure Rye Whiskey. Strong in
proof. This is the kind our grand fathers used to drink. Smooth as RYE MALT] Juniper Gin, Per Gallon, $2.5. '
GINS( CORDIALS ETC ;
as velvet' DOUBLED STAMPED. PERFECTLY: WHITE.

Sos. 617,519, West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. r In 1. 5. 10, 26 and 48 Gallon Packages. The best Doubled Stamped,Pure Gin in the United States.{ .- Regularly
r distilled-clear as crystal-white as snow! -100 proof: Equalto
any Imported Gin.PURE. .

To the Trade and our Customers. OLD GLORY WHITE RYE.

; OLD BRANDIES.Kentucky .
We present herewith our NEW CATALOGUE, which will / .
be found replete with valuable information. It, will be Guaranteed. 6 Years Old. or Pennsylvania Apple Brandy Best, '
profitable to examine the same and preserve it for future j' Per Gallon, $3.00'

reference. The enlargement of our Price List is an in? } ; $3.00 PER, GALLON. Kentucky. or Pennsylvania Apple Brandy Per New Gallon, 82.76"'

dication of the increase of our business. Thanks to liberal Peach Pure
Warranted Strictly Pure and made from Canadian White Rye. Maryland Brandy Strictly Per Gallon, $3.00
patronage bestowed upon us. We will strive to merit a The process used in distilling Old Glory is the same our grand fatherSused Pure" California" Grape" Brdndy" 1886, Per Gallon" 84 00
1894.f
.continuance of the same. 100 years ago-is almost white in color. Old Glory is better than $3.00
*- -. 'Very respectfully, whiskey sold by other houses at$4.00 per gallon. Our price for Equal to imported. Best and purest made, ripe and mellow.
Old Glory White Rye Whiskey is $3.00 per gallon.
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salesmen are compelled to add 16 per cent.to pay expense., ,

We have no Traveling Agents to Pay. This Price ; OLD, SIMON CROW BOOK HILL RYE, Pure Rock Candy and
List does our business. We can and do undersell all Rye Whiskey,Per Gallon, L76 :

competitors. 1 WHITE WHEAT WHISKEY. Absolutely pure. :Medicinal properties unequaled. .
,Please write us what brand of Whiskey or any other '

goods you need in our Price list and let us name you a $2.75 Per Gallon. CROWN PEACH AND HONEY, Per Gallon, $1.75 .
special price on it. d
: This Celebrated Old Whiskey is distilled by old Simon Crow in ;.
We Guarantee to Save Tou Money. the banks of the OBYSTAUZED BOOK CANDY AND
1 his old fashioned log distillery on Kentucky River
PURE,RYE WHISKEY Per Quart Bottle, $1.00
1 near where Daniel Boone built the first fort ever in Kentucky. The
;capacity his distillery is small and the supply of old goods.limited. PURE PEACH. BRANDY CALIFORNIA 1
How to Send Money.\ -- For this reason we cannot sell any person more than 10 gallons.!! HONEY, Per Quart Bottle, $1.00 "I

Perfectly pure and delicious goods. j
We do business honest We always to send .
try
on principle .
our customers better goods than they expect for the price. We Our Trade demands a Dollar and a Half Whiskey. Case 12 Quart Bottles,. $9.00 .'::1

know our goods are just as we represent them. We have it. Here it is. $1.50 Gallon. "j'i
per ; !
We will take back all goods' which are not satisfactory and PRIOR hIST OF =--1!
refund >
money PURE UNADULTERATED J

.Send Money\ 'With Order. BOURBON. CASED WHISKEYS. 5 5
RYE
.- MILLER .
Either by Express Note, P. 0. Order, Registered Letter. or Pat up in Pint and Half Pint Bottle, or Flasks and packed in ::1
.\ Bank Check, to order of Barrels. .
ReAlly worth$2.00 per Gallon. Just think of it. A fine blended :k
,' GHAS.JBLiUM &: GO., whiskey for$L50 per gallon. The Boss Whiskey for Bottle and Jug OLD SUPERIOR ROYAL NAVY, $
100 Pints,Per Barrel, $32.50
than
-- Trade. Gives satisfaction to all Better any $2.00 Whiskey
) : 517, 619 West. Bay Street '- OLD SUPERIOR'ROYAL NAVY RYE, fc Jfc
"1 Jacksonville, 'Fla, you Pain 1 GaL, 5, 10,26 and 48 GaL Packages 200 Half Pints,PerJSarrei;::34,00;
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.s; 1896.:' THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. ..a. A- -

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t Philadelphia Markets. THE

t flarkets. Philadelphia, December 5.-oranges,

............. Florida, choice to fancy, 3.50 to 4.50; FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
FLORIDA
E grape fruit, Florida, choice to fancy, 7.00

JACKSONVILLE, FLA., December 11. to 9.00;_ Tangerines, Florida, choiceto .
fancy, 7.00 to 10.00 JAcASoNILLE .
FRUITS" AND PRODUCE.
NEW SOUTHERN VEGETABLES. "
The Oldest National Bank inthe y
State
Corrected by Marx Bros. String beans, Charleston,green or wax, .

These are average quotations. Extra choice per basket, 1.50 to 2.50; Florida, 1.00 to CHARTERED: 1874. CHARTER EXTENDED .
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1894.
2.00 cucumbers Florida basket $
; ,, per !
lots fetch prices above top quotations,while
poor By conservative,yet liberal
1.00 to 2.00 box : the highest reputation for .
solidity
ySft&SSSSacyevcd
plants
; egg per orange strength and ability to meet all
lots selllower. 1.25 to 2.00; per barrel, 2.50 to 3.50; We buy and sell foreign and domestic exchange: on the most favorable terms ... .
U Florida Oranges ................ ..... 350 squash, per orange box, 1.25 to- 2.00; to- drafts on all parts of the world. ,drawing our own .
1 k Applesbbl........................... i.7Sto2.2S matoes carrier baskets) 1.75 We invite a visit or correspondence looking toward business relations,assurin that ....t.., ..."- .
Grapes Catawba,5 Ib basket.. .:... .18 ripe, per ((6 favors shall at all times receivVinteUigent and careful attention you your .
Pines,crate ...........*.......... 4.00 to 2.50; lettuce per basket, 1.25 to 2.50; .'
Lemons, Messina box............... 3.75 North Carolina, per barrel, 3.00 to 5.00; JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, ;. R. C. COOLEY ., \:
t English Peas, dried,bu.... ...... .... 1.50 New Orleans barrel 3.50 to 5.00 President. .
Peanuts best brand...... ............. 0410.05 per ; Cashier. .a .
Cabbage.New York, each .......... 7I J$ green peas, Florida, per box or basket, Safe Deposit Boxes: For Rent. "
li Pot&toe.N. Y bbl ........ ........ 1.50 1.50 to 3.00. REDFIELD & SON.Pittsburg .. .
\\i 5.barred lots................. J.40 .. .1.
i 1/ ....................... 1.40 .It. .,
1 j ssacklots.................. 1.35 Markets. SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS "
-j Early Rose,seed ............ 1.75 Pittsburg, December 5.-Jamaica or- .-;: : .
d Onions. N.Y. bbl. .... ......
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m Peasbkckeye, bushel ........... zso anges in barrels are slow; extra fancy Jamaica STOCK OF ,
f brown eye, ..........:.. 1.25 oranges in boxes have a fair de New Field
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clay ...... ...... i.io mand. California arriving Garden Seeds .
Turnips, N.V. bbl ................ i'.Som : oranges are now ; :. .
Beets ....u..uu.... 200 and selling fairly. Florida oranges are ADAPTED b'W'f-.
B Parsnips, ..........._..... 2.50 promised at an early date, and an active TO THE SPI :_. ;-
B Carrots, ............... 2.50 market is promised for fine :R,' : J. ;
Eggs.........-.........- -- .?3 quality. Fig- ONION SETS. i. .
ures on Florida oranges represent probable .
VEGETABLES AND POULTRY.. selling values of the best fruit. RED AND YELLOW, $4.6fc; per -:aushel.s; .-"' + .

H H Corrected by Davis& Robinson. Oranges, Florida, fancy, bright, 4.00 to WHITE, $4.501 U .%. ; ,

Hl Yellow Yams,bush., n.................. 40 4.50; fancy, russet,4.00 to 4.25; ordinary, Send for price. list. | 4 .
Hf Sweet Potatoes .......... ........... .30 3.50 to 3.75. Grape fruit, fancy 5.00 to L. CAME ON, Seedsman ..
f Hubbard squash, bbl................. 1.50 6.00. Tangerines, fancy, 5.00 to 6.00; \ .,
f Lettuce, doz........................... no demand : Mandarins, fancy, 3.00 to 4.00. Oranges, I Jaolzeossv1I1e, F'1orJda. '. "' ",
B Celery ................. ........-- .30t0 .4o Jamaica barrels 5.00 to 6.00 boxes 3.50' t.-: :1; ,.
Egg.Plants.bbl....................... '1.50 ; OUR GRADES OF STOCKS GIVE SATJSFAOTIOKl'
BP Tomatoes, crates. .__............... 150102.00 to 4.00. California Navels, 3.75 to 4.25. Myrobolan Plum-Mahaleb Cherry-Mazzard Cherry-Manett i
PV Sweet Pepper,bu ...............?.....75 to 1.00 seedlings, 3.25 to 3.50. Lettuce, N. 0.: Raise your own Seed t1ngs.-If you have ground to y>are is&eaper Rose-JAPple-Pear-Quince.and raise <
can enough
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I Green Beans,crate............. .... demand: head barrel 2.00 to 3.00 flour to supply other growers. We can supply you with Fresh Frefch, Japan :"
I Pumpkins, each....................... .OS to ..10I per sugar ; and Raffia for budding and grafting. Samples and prices from! and" American Seeds. < '-
.... barrel 1.00 to 1.50; curley half-bushel ".
Kerr aws, each. .. . .03to ..10f ,per THOMAS MEEHANJ& SONS. .
I j Panleyperdos.bunches ...........- .20 to .25 basket, SO to 40c. Beans fancy wax, GERMANTOWNpa.
Green onions per doz.bunches...... .15 bushel ---- ,
1.00 to 1.50
bushel ................... per ; fancy green, 1.00 I 1
| < Pepper,hot. .75 ity to unload. Possibly twenty-five cars Bradley Redfled.
I 4i! Sage,well cured,lb...........?......... .25 to 1.50. Peas, fancy fresh, per bushel, Eugene B. Redfcld.&TABLISHBD /
t Hen...._.._..__....._...... 30 2.25 to 2.50. Cauliflower, fancy, large, of the hundred are bulk, and those are 1871. .
I Roosters..M.._M......N.-..M... .25 I dozen 2.00 to 2.25 small 1,25 to 1.50. being worked off to the peddlers at all .
I Half grown.._......._................ .15 to .20 per Cucumbers, hothouse; dozen sorts of prices. The city is full of these RS3FIELDCommisjqn &.SON_
fancy per ,
[/ Turkeys, perpoundgrou.- .08 y
I Ducks.: ......_.........nn..S..I .25 to .30 50 to 75c; Florida, per box, 1.00 to 2.00. apple peddlers at present, and 10 cents Merchants Y
'' Geese ......_........................ 35 to .40 Egg Plants,fancy, large, Florida, box_ peck" is heard on every thoroughfare.The .
U. Leeks per doz bunch e................ .25 per late cold snap nipped a good .,. s '. .. ,
| Radishes,per dos...................No demand 3.00 to 3.50; per dozen, 1.50 to 2.00. Okra, many AND- "'
that less
I Cucumbers,crate................... 1.25 Florida, per box, to -. Green pep- were more or exposed and such .
[ Spinach,per bushel................. .54 pers, Florida, per box, 50 to 75c. sold for a mere trifle. The fruit in the Frui Auctioneers( :
I Cabbage. Florida,scarce..... ......... .05 to ,07 warehouses is not keeping and it must
Somers Bros. & Co.
f Salsify per dozen bunches........... None 141 DocWreet, '
I Lima Beans,quart......... ........ .10 to 12% be turned loose, and thus the slaughterwill J, Philadelphia, Pa. ..
Green peas, crate ..... ................ continue. P. M. KIELY.St. We handle a'&nds' of fruits .*
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i Turnips,bunch................ .....:. Our St. Louis Letter. Louis, December 5. and Vegetables, t.,: '
section........... either at price sale (which.has heretofore been .
[ Florida Honey, pound : .10 Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: 4
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s4 The commission houses display suchan Oranges and Pines added to our jsiness)as you may jstemrecently desire. .' : -
abundance of green stnff already from J 4y .
| New York Market. the south, the new crop, that a trip New York-Pines are in lighter receipt : ... ,
this crowded and the market the nrTOn. n yVWy< W WiA |fr
through thoroughfarewould range'isfrom
i, ORAN JES-A few fancy Florida lots are easy ; -
B held at 4 00 to 4 50 with occasional sales, prove interesting to a stranger. $5.00 to $15.00 for Havanas; $6.00to QUPK *
I but most of the moderate supply offering The scene suggests early spring rather $16.00 for Floridas ; Smooth Cayennes, WORK/j

r, is not of quality to. exceed 3 50 to 3 75.:> than the beginning of winter. As far as $20.00 to $50.00.P. In seiif land paying for Fruits and Ve- ,'
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{ California navels held at 3 50 to 4 00, but these early products are concerned, we Ruhlman & Co. say: Our first car etables pped .to us is our motto WH .
[ very little movement. have perpetual spring. Green peas, of California Navels arrived this morning.The GIVE FIRST(PDS ACE SENT UA By GROWERS <
BECAUSE WE
string beans, cucumbers, squashes, tomatoes color and quality is very good, and BUY 0 ELVES. T.heyare NEVER rott ed
rj SOUTHERN GREEN VEGETABLESFormost egg plants, radishes, beets, lettuce, sellinglively at 400. We have received ra xpq, $:
rj kinds we have had a very irregular cauliflower, new potatoes, etc., etc. Indeed several cars of Floridas this week all in i gourr HI ah le toodndytW>

market. The receipts have been of ir- most of these goods are entirely too more or less wasty condition, at $3.50 to and U bav1Dg' mercantile report ._
i regular quality and often more or less soon and are coming in conflict with the 425. We have two cars due to-morrow, ve10D mefth D' try psw BELIEVE 0 }
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; frosted. Late arrivals of string beans old crops, which are still attractive, as one of which will be very fancy. Received M.l ame for our SATISFY YOU r
have been very largely frozen and almost and Prices most Yg frte. :
well as cheap plenty. on some of the finest Smooth Cay- tt&wfifo'SF;
t worthless, and those which were unfrozen of the forge Ol 1g were too low last weekto enne pines this week from Florida we :

largely otherwise inferior; few have realized justify shipping. ever saw ; sold them at $8.00 to $10.00 FRENCH. & pi

j enough to pay expenses. Choice # per case, eight to twelve in case. Re-
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| young and tender beans would sell fairly This market, like all the others, is well ceived 95 cases red pines from Marco, 48 I 'l'en'.St.., Net
to a limited extent and a few such from It is low to the at to '.
supplied with cabbage. enoughto case, selling $4.50 $6.00 per ESTABLISHED
have realized fair
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/ prices, though latest arrivals were dull abundance seems to be in sight at many Brown.& Seccomb,_Tuesday, December '_ I.- the -
and had to at easier .
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figures. Straggling -
go points. The heaviest offerings at pres- 1, sold one car California orang' .
have arrived but .Bnarnoh; pie
: lots of green peas ent are from New York and Michiganand 95c. to $2.95.Receipts .. >

generally inferior and of little value; any regardless of the fact that no mar- of Jamaica oranges up to J(" 'CHANGE'S ,,c If1sRR1iRR et\.S

: choice lots would sell high. Some lots gin seems visible between those States cember 2, gave a total of 164,556 b:' t here that has sam pQ Pie

'. of very good to fine Florida lettuce have and this city, the goods keep coming and 24,447 boxes, while for the It t hat does not ha cbcTt ie88.

arrived oy express; fancy stock sells well, freely and no let-up is evident. Future length of time in 1895 we were in rust nouth _at the dap \bes0

large and closely headed reaching 2 00 to markets and prospects are more easily of 101,939 bbK and 42,474 boxes.- rhis fruit is pr q e ivy tl 1\n ,
3 25 per basket, but defective lots go determined in view of the fact that the Trade Journal. 1 lum but it la to'btf1 eepe: '

much lower. Cucumbers have been in new crop will be ready for market at several Boston-H.. Harris & Co., Dec?=r ill thi bcstflB- f\10 es as _

1 I moderate supply but and there fairly is steady demand for desirable points in the South-notably Southern sold Florida pines, 4c. to 13c. 1nov- hay
quality, no Texas and Florida, before Christmas.At .Savannah-Few Florida oraI1"i The the e&S one 00Ower -
for stock. continue i orms.:
Egg plants key'
quiet
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current prices however the freightto ing at $4.00. ul R ,
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this city would eat it up. -Car of Californitj gold ab afled. rP I
Tomatoes meet demand I esteel1! ; \1
i prices. a very light
ton Navels arrived last wee adJun hostbtgbFl _
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when of choice quality. Cucumbers an ; cOt .i
I Florida,fancy, per crate, 125. Eggplants The apple market is almost without a well Baltimore-Florida at $4.50 per box. $3.00 t' ) dried ch cbettY t\\\&.tope _

: Florida, per half barrel box, 75c ray of hope. Heavy offerings from New $4.25 box. oran/ *_ our roO n\ \b\ot, ._(

to 125. Lettuce, Eastern, per dozen, 25c York and Michigan are in evidence and per_ r- ore e eS\.ee 3 t ;"p

i to 50c; New Orleans, per bbl, 4 50 to 5 00; the most discouraging prices and outlook ,I cnES i 11 aro'of equal; :. '11 n
Florida, per half bbl basket, 100 to 2 50; do not check the big receipts. Men in aI liB ROWN'S BRONCHIAL ', rsenes8 and 'Pres "V"'id .

Charleston, per basket, 750 to 125. position to know declare there are great service in subduingAAv d im pef9f \ =

String beans, Florida, wax express, bas- over 100 cars on the tracks now on both.i Coughs. Sold only in T P r ,., .

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>Entomology probably make the personal acquaintance The order Hemiptera embraces in:

of a member of this order. sects which are known as bugs, plant-

_. __ ...r..r -..,- .J- """ The order :Mallophaga is represented lice, aphides, and others. See figure

BOMB ESSENTIAL FACTS by bird-lice. See figure 4. Theseare 6, snowing nympth and adult. .

ABOUT INSEOTS.-V. insects which are wingless, para- This is quite a large group and manyare

t : .. sitic and are provided with biting of great economic importance. Not
; :a BT f. mouth parts. These insects live upon all insects of this order have wings,but

A. L. QUAINTANCE, M. S. birds, sheep and goats where they those that are provided with wings

Florida Agricultural College and Expfriment feed upon the feathers and wool. may be recognized,in one group, from .
:Members of this order should not be the fact that the first pair of wings is
Lake Fla.
.. Station, City, confused with the true lice. True thickened at the base and the distal

t S The first order, Thysanura, is repre. lice have sucking mouth parts. extremity is membranous. The sub-
-: sented by the spring-tails, fish-moth: The Euplexoptera are curious little order is represented by the squash-bug, Shortest, Quickest, Most Attractive

... and others. The members of this order insects living among rotten wood, the leaf-footed plant bug and others R.OUTE

..,' are wingless, undergoing no metal under bark, in the corollas of flowers I In another suborder the first pair of

l f 1 morphosis..The mandibles and maxillae and other places. These insects have wings is of the same thickness through. FLORIDA POINTS BETWEEN AND THE NORTH

L 'are almost concealed within the cavity four wings, the first pair of which is out and usually is held roof-shaped THE

t : of the head. True compound eyes are very small, short and leathery and over the body when at rest. This Florida Central and PeninsularNEW
G. i rarely present. The abdomen is sometimes without veins. The hind pair of wings suborder is represented by leafhoppers -
r- '. : supplied with rudimentary legs. when not in use is folded up under the cicada and others. All in- THROUGH ROUTES.

",. These minute insects are;|; as a rule,, the first pair. Mouth parts are form- sects of this order have mouth parts New York to Jacksonville by >

: ;S quite numerous, living under stones, ed for biting. Projecting from the formed for sucking. The lower lip or New and Florida Pennsylvania, Southern R. R.Railway to Washington to- j
-_ decayed leaves and bark and in damp abdomen is a forcep-like appendage.The labium has the form of a sheath, and NorthernAir !Columbia, Florida Central & I'

t places and'sometimes.in hpuses. The members of this order are popu inside of this sheath are four bristles Line. Peninsular points in Florida.to all principal II

f /.. fish-moth which is ,so destructive to larly known as ear-wigs, from the which are supposed to represent the Cincinnati to Harriman JunoCinclgnatl
bookbindings and other substances in supposed habit that these insects have mandibles and maxillae. With these tion by Queen &: Crescent, 1
.. Harriman Junction to Asheville
which there is paste is a Common example of crawling into the ears of sleeping bristles or spines the insect is enabledto Asheville & 1 and Columbia by South
this' the of and ern Railway, and Florida
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group. 'fc persons. pierce epidermis plants Jacksonville Central&:Pensnsular-Columbia -
i The order Ephemeridais represent- The order Orthoptera is representedby suck from them juices for food. Lice J to Jacksonville.
These 'nsect* have and members of this is also Cincinnati to Jacksonville by
may-flies. crickets as
'cd_ by our grasshoppers, are group Cincinnati Queen & Crescent to Chattanooga -
;" delicate membranous wims which are walking-sticks. See figure 5. In these the bed-bug. The family of coccids and ) Southern R'y to Ever-
'It Florida Florida Central & Penin-
ette,
.thi k!y veined, ttie'forefaings being animals the mouth parts. are fitted for also belong here. These are the scale- Limited. sular to Important Florida
*'. much larger than the hup wings. In points.

the ,adult the'mouth' pats, are rudi Kansas andJackso'vllle City Memphis Kansas City R.ILto Fort Kansas Scott Cit ft'

mentary. J to Birmingham, Southern By'
to Everette, Fla. Central &
Members of the order.Odonata; are Thro' Line Peninsular to all Fla. points. E
familiarly\ known aS dragon flies,snake? Louis to Jacksonville by l
snake-feeders: In insectsof 1St. Short Line to Du Quoin, .
# doctors or
Holly Sp'gglloute. Central to Holly Sp'gs,
this order there.are fourBembranous> City, Memphis & Birmingham ,
''''.' to Birmingham,Sou.
with The
wings finely .netted elns. J K'y to Everette and F. C.& P.
-two pairs of wings are abut equal in Sioux City &: Chicago to Jack-

S. size. 'On the front m'argy of the first Figure Trinoton luridum;duck louse, adult. (U. s.Sup't Route'gs}sonville Sp'gs, K.,Ill.C. M.Cent.& B.to to Holly Blr-

I pair, on,its. middle\ there,\ a joint-like Agriculture. etteand mftgham the, Sou.F. C.B'y&P.to Ever-
the nodus. Thenouth parts
structure. } Louis'ille &: Nashlllo to Rive
are (formeo\for biting. New Orleans Junction. F. C. &: P. only
.. of the oier of Pie- To }route with through sleepers
members
In.the Jsck o'vlUe between New Orleans and
*. copter*" there _are four minbranouswfegs. Jacksonville.
.'r : The hind wings >e much s- Florida The F.running C. & P.through has 700 the miles of track in

Urger than; the, fore wingsthey are Tobacco Reffions,
'abdoien whenaoerest. Stock farming and Dairy Section,
,* back upon..tthcr Peach and Strawberry Zandj,
Sl Mouth parts ate atpted for Orange, Banana and Pineapple Countryt
Figure 5-Caloptenus bivlttatus;adult. Figure 6-Pentatoma punctipes; nymph Phosphate Belt.
biting.? Members 'of this. f der are (U. 8. Department Agriculture.) and adult ((U. S. Dept Agriculture.) Has the Silver Spring and
not common In this State. In:e North --- Other Fine Scenery

they are popularly; known as sne-flies. biting.{ There are two pairs of wings ; insects that are'so injurious to fruit and The Great Hunting the Noted Country.Readies Fithing Ground.. .

The order Isoptera is repf eaated bythetermis the first pair is straight and some- other trees. Has of the soils best in the lands State for,and tillage above,greatest all variety

'or white antsMMch are what thickened, and overlap when at In the next order, Neuroptera, we Runs: over the Central Rldgeland
too famiimiy known tanlost'identsof : rest. The second pair is fan shapedand meet with those insects that have a Where It is High and Healthy.

t Florida. Theseamma> Yrecognized finely netted with veins. Some complete metamorphosis; that is, thereis the Prosperous best freight towns facilities fill its for route any and produce it offers to

.from .the fact that t have) of the members of this order are of a distinct pupal state. The Neuroptera the Northern markets. '
Send also for the best of Florida sent
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two pairs of long, narrow wing a considerable economic importance, as include insects that are not, as a free) and note the towns on map its route.A.O.MJ.oDONELLG.P.A.

somewhat leathery structure, ,e the Rocky Mountain locust, which rule, familiar to many. The order Jacksonville,its.I .
misQed with' numerous ,but rattIndistinct has occasioned the loss of millions of may be characterized as including in -

veins. Wen at .dollars. Most members of this order sects with four wings, membranous, The I Fla. Cent. & Peninsular R R
\ the back. T furnished with veins and ,
..."., \ ;naq are laid flat upon Are more or less injurious. numerous
Tuth parts. are formed for blti n: cross-veins. :Mouth parts are formedfor Offers to Shippers

.. embers of this order live mcolo- The order Physoptera comprises biting. The name of the order is The Shortest and Quickest Route

d( we find in themnn interestUOn -' ill i insects which are familiarly from the Greek words neuron,a nerve, BETWEEN
of oTo labor., thrips. These are the small and A familiar
"-U Vvr i itIi.as. pteron, a wing. rep- FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN
",several castes, each cticuiarujork St t are frequently so abun- resentative of this order, to those who THE EAST AND WEST.

r cts \ There dt n rose petals and the corollas of have lived in the North, is the dobson, With Improved Ventilated Cars,this company -
..IPt.y leers,kings and queens,,. owers. These insects may be the larva which is so much used for is better equipped than ever ever to
l handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops and
i 1'e1. 1a.'are represented,bl> ed from the fact that they havetour bait by fishermen. In this State it is insure close connections and prompt despatchto
atleeo' members, of thi ; ,!S which are similar in form, small all Eastern and Western Markets. .
most familiarly represented by a .
..vb : memf Through, cars to destination without
Cal..llOt w n. s,[ with, the. ous long* narrow and with green,lace-winged insect that is knownas change or
: 1 delay.
th l1'-.' \.pl It.t .L. feY'thor.'veins' and rarely provided the chrysopa. The "doodle," or Perishable by wire and
1:< eol.- teas -' nOriz ntelDs., The, wi/gs are held ant lion, is also a member of this or- shippers points advised and arrival time at passing destination.various junction -
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'Sw ed'ft1gJ *+. Use and''ong the back when not in der. All are doubtless familiar with All claims for overcharges and loss promptly

rAd 'CD lnes V., 1\{ uthtb.eirlib The' ringe4 with delicate hairs. the little cone-shaped pits in the sand See adjusted.that your goods are markedvia

.to os 0 bat: lIlfatJJ? name mo than *s' are ?)ns*i e'1-1 e. T.ne which these insects make in the larval F. C. & P. R. R.
; hi ''l'ari !lOtlce' Latin an jots par\of\ ,this group furnishbiting stage to capture ants. Ants being ven- For information call on or address the undersigned -
a es s ;.. Chew; tie stage between the turesome find their way to the edge of C. B. TAYLOR: ,Trav.A'gL Ocala,Fla.W. .

JrillUC'Col2J.I 11Po i.l gJ book tarsi are and suing mouth parts. The these pits, and the sand giving way, 'O.-M.. B.HOLDEN TUCKER,,Trar.Gen.A'AVt' ,Orlando Leesburg, Fla., Fl
:12r b&at .J with "a iriVedand? are providedJp. they fall l in and are not able to escape. W.R. FULLER.Trav.AVt:: Tampa, Ra.
Wqike Or N.S. PENNINGTON.Traffic Manager,
d .t)' !t structure at the The "doodle" at the bottom, concealedin J Jacksonville .

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em under. Tnese insects change We with Mr. Russell when he FOB SALE Two Leon county farms 480 acres BOW R'S ANIMAL MEAL. To mate hens _
into flies having agree 390 acres. Excellent fo< stock raising and and chicks grow. Our little book the
very pretty lace-winged states that pineapple culture will in tobacco growing. W. B. Clarkson,Jacksonville, Egg tells all about It. E. W. AMSDEN,

somewhat the appearance of small time become a leading industry of Fla. 8-24-tf _9-i9-tf Ormond, Fla.17ITIRE .
snake-doctors wv. a
or dragon flies. Orange county. Mr. Russell will sell IRRIGATED GROVE. 100 acres 10 years set NETTING, best goods for the least
The order Mecoptera represents a 27,000 pines this season at prices trees.i in other fruit trees, etc. TV money. Write for latest price list- a. W.
group of peculiar insects. In these in- For sale at a saai>ice. Address"K,"The Palms, AMSDEN Ormond, Fla. 9i9tfNURSERY
averaging from 350. to Soc each. Lane Park.Lake County, Fla. 4 a:-9m
i'sects the head is
4 v developed into a beak,
From
each of these
fruiting pines he
GRASS PASPALUM PLA-
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upon are attached the will have from 6 to 10 new plants that CORN HILLS AND SHELLERS for fam ) grass for lawns and permanent
biting mouth parts. These are not Hand or power. Shel'ers $2.50 pastures. Sets $1.50 per 1,000, by express; 35
will fruit next year,and besides this he Mills, $5.00. >$40.0 Will make ccarse grits or rents per hundred,postage paid. W.H POWERS,
very common insects in this State. has between and 60,000 fine meal, oatmal graham flour. "Daisy" gar- Lawtey ..Fla.BERKSHIRE.
They be recognized from their 40,000 young den plow, 83.00 Address rte Editor, Box 524,
.. may pints that are budding now and will Jacksonville, Fla. BOAR PIGS f om thorough 1
peculiar beak and from their two pairsof keep him busy putting fruit on the stock. Entitled to eg-
wings, which are membranous and GENUINE Nunan, Bessie Chetokee, Colum- ister. Write us for prices. Fisher & Powers
market all summer. It is the best Michel's Early Stevens Lawtey, Fla.
1 provided with numerous cross-veins. business yet.-Orlando and Jefferson Strawberry Plants, per 1,000, S.:.oo.
Reporter.Mr.
The order Tricoptera includes in- JULIUS ScaxenELSecH.LcKk Box 4,Grand Bay TREES AND BUDWOOD.
that George L. Young and his two Ala. Parson Brown Boone,Pineapple,
sects are doubtless nearly relatedto
Kin Ruby and Tardiff. Marsh Seedless and
butterflies and moths. The larvae sons, of Riverside, California, have NURSERY TREES-I WILL HAVE 20,000 Triumph Grape Fruit. Villa Franca Lemon.
just arrived in Pensacola. They are ot the most popular varietiesfor Geo. E. Snow. Eastlake, Fla. 10-319(
of these insects are known as caddice- delivery this fall and winter. Send in your
worms and live in cases in water which practical bee-keepers and are looking orders now, and be sure to get what you want. JcNEIL PUS, Orange Trees and Buds.
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for a suitable location hereabouts for Pric s and particulars on application. W. K. .LU Limited supply of the celebrated Mci il v
they construct by binding together bits Trimble, Braidentown, Manatee County Fla. Pea!. A. few Tardiff and Parson Brown trees on
of, sticks and pebbles. There are a the establishment of such a business. iotf good strong sour roots, also a few thousand buds
for sale. Will guarantee satisfaction in every
They are favorably impressed with so
great many different species caddice- NO EQUALS IN THE STATE. SATSUMAtrees case. W.H. Mann, Manville, Putnam county
each much as they have thus far observed, on sweet stock Hart's Late. Dancy Florida. 9":**
its kind
worms, making peculiar Tangerines and Parson Brown, budded low
and will
of tube, and by which it may be rec remain in the event conditions trained to sticks. Buds 4 to 7 feet high. Limited TRUCKERS IN THE FROSTLESS REGION
essential to the successful pro- sock. Write now. H. FRIEDLANDER, In- compete with Cubans in supplying *
ognized. The members of this order terlachen, Fla.
tototoANTED.THOROUGHBRED Northern cities with Okra in the early
have four membranous wings provided duction of honey may be found in the spring. Plant from now on to the fiat of:March.
neighborhood.-Pensacola News. Get my Early Smooth Green Pod Seed from the
with numerous longitudinal veins, with BLACK Steckler Seed Co,518 Gravier St., New Orleans.
Rev. N. S. Blaisdell, who has a Langsban Cocks. We have White Leg The only profitable variety for shipping. W.S.
but
few cross-veins.
horns Black and Pekin
They are more or Langshans, Ducks for Reddick, Buras,La. 11-14-6
large apiary at Victoria has been sale or EXCHANGE. in ,
". less thickly covered with hairs. The I quite Hggs Season -tFOR
LYMAN BROW, Melbourne, Fla.
busy shipping honey the past week. SALE.-4,000 GRAPE-FRUIT SEED:!
mouth parts are rudimentary in the I
) Trees, 4tf years old at reasonable
adult stage. He will ship more than six tons this SEED POTATOES AT WHOLESALE PRICES. prices. 1.5.3 W. G.WATSON, Lakeland, Fla.WANTED .
winter.If Early Rose No. 4, Carmen, No.2, -I
Rural New-Yorker No. i. WILSON&TOOMEK. A LARGE QUANTITY OF CHI
A telegram from San Francisco, Cal. DeLand will pledge 50,000 acres The Fertilizer House of Florida, trees on sour stock, 3 or 4. '"
of land for im i' Jacksonville, Fla. years old. Also some Lemon trees on tnfoliata
unimproved sale the
a decision rendered in hte stock. State price and particulars.
t.. United States Circuit Court in the i migration headquarters of the Chicago FOR !SALE ers. :Price Full,$1.00.blooded each.Brown Leghorn 12-5-8 Box 1294, New Orleans,La.

case of the California Railroad Commission "Farm, Field and Fireside" will be Lawtcy Fla. R. PUDDY. A GREAT BARGAIN.-I have about one
transferred there."CENTAWORD". thousand each Villa Franca Lemon,genuine
decides that the Commissionhas
lOn 1 EXCHANGE. Valuable Cincinnati Parson Brown Orange. Walters Grape Fruit a
the legal right to reduce railroad j Property. Want desirable medium size, few Marsh Seedless; Buds from 2# to 4 feet; are
I I Brick Hotel furnished doing good business. i i'l on rented ground;must be moved before January
rates. This is of the utmost impor COLUMN. Florida. Also' other Northe n properties. Want 15lh. Price i2j cents each-$10.00 per hundred.
good Florida properties. Give particulars and i Write for particulars to M. E GILLETT
the fruit
tance to growers of that State, RATES.-Twenty words, name and address, prices. Address Box 83,Station D, Cincinnati, O 11-28-4 Weirsdale or Tampa, Fk.

as it will probably result in a reduc one week,25 cents; three weeks 50 cents. Noth

tion of freight rates, and also to the ing taken for less than 25 cents.

fruit and produce growers of the coun Advertisements for this column MUST be pre
paid. THE
The the United LAKElAND NURSERIES
try. recognition by Send no stamps larger than two cents.

States Court as to the power of the Initials and figures count as one word.WINTER ,

Railroad Commission carries in its de

4 cision the same rights to every State. HAVEN Silver SERIES.-10,000 Cluster Grapefruit almost C. M. MARSH, Proprietor.

The rear future, therefore, may see adifferent I seedless; Marsh's Seedless;Triumph; 20.000
Orange trees of all the leading varieties;
condition of affairs where un and Dancy Tangerine; Pierce, Amory and Jails -
Blood,budded on rough lemon and -
just freight rates are now ruling.The sour stock.
Send
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KLEMM Winter
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HAVE THE FINEST AXD HEALTH-
A Commercial man took a walk: I iest lot of Peach and Pear Trees in the Stateat

.- through the grove of Mr. John Fa- lowest prices. I give free my remedy for Root Stock.
Knot to every one purchasing 100 trees. Nursery
byan just south of town, a few daysago. ; 12 12 4 T. K. GODBEY,Waldo, Fla.

It is a pleasant sight to behold.
FOR RENT.-AT STANTON, FLA. A MOD-
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A large number of the trees have ern. well-built House of Ten Rooms,which
is well plumbed containing bathroom closet, THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
fruit them and the fine condition
on now and all modern conveniences which I desire to
of the trees justifies the prediction let tor the season, at$25 per month.

... that from this grove :Mr. Fabyan F. BUFFUM, Westerly I. Orange Lemon Lime and BrapeMit a Trees

will next year ship fruit sufficient to CITRUS NURSERY TREES. ,

.more than pay the expense of caring All the leading varieties at lowest Prices, Car-
t for the trees.-Leesburg Commercial. ney Parson Brown, Sanford Medt. Sweet Paper We Make a Specialty of
Rind St. Michael Pierces' Ruby Jaffa, Pineal
Major Adams received a check for pIe Majorca, Cunningham Homosassa and

.. a shipment of grapefruit and mandarins Hart's Walters Late, Everett Pernambuco and :Marsh's Improved Seedless, Triumph Grape, SEEDLESS CITRUS FRUIT TREES.

.. { for which he received $10 a box Fruit Satsuma, Tangerine and King All fine
one year old buds, on four and five year old
for mandarins, $8 for one cluster of Rough Lemon, Grape Fruit and Sour stock, Will SEE OUR LIST 33ISLOW.

sixteen grapefuit in a box, and $8 per bud may dormant desire. on Fine contract Kumquat to any Kudwood varieties for parties sale. Our intentions are to close out this immense stock of Citrus trees, if fine trees and bed-
box for grapefruit-Manatee Adv Correspondence solicited. Address C. W. Fox, rock prices will do it. We have twenty five varieties of Citrus trees propagated on Sour
Villa Lake Nurseries, Fruitland Park. Lake Grapefruit, Sweet and Rough Lemon Seedling Roots,as follows :
cate. f
Co., Fla.
& :Mr. C. S. VanHOuten shipped Saturday ORANGES.

{ a crate of eight pineapples, two d. 5IEEK1ER SEED EO., IWui.> d Dancy Tangerine Eureka (seedless LEMONS.) -,

of which weighed ten,and six weighednine MARY T. FROTSCHER President Satsuma King (seedless)) .'- Belair. Premium and Genoa.

pounds each. They filled a larger Successors to Mandarin. POMELO or GRAPEFRUIT.
crate than he usually has for ten Richard FroUchcr's Gravier Street Branch Store, King Tangerine.
Seedless.
apt Kumquats (oblong and round).
Nos.518 and 520 Gravier St.,New Orleans, La. Each .
ples. He has RubyBlood.
); shipped twenty-six cratesthjs i Importers and dealers in Flower, Field and Joppa Late:(Seedless) Aurantlum (sweet rind)
week, the apples I in which were Garden Seeds. Grasses, clover, bulbs, seed potatoes Pineapple. Halls. .' .. .
and fruit trees in th it season, Conducted Valencia Late. :
none of them less than six pounds, and by relatives of the late Richard Frotscher.: Order Parson Brown LIMES. ,,*.*-

many of them were eight to t npounders. through Richard Frptscher's manual of 1896 or St. Michael Blood, (paper rind) Tahiti (seedless) .
for
send
one Jaffa Sanford's .
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The finest fruit we have' seen i in free.FRUIT Hart'a Tardlff, (Sanford's). MISCELLANEOUS !

the market this season was grown i in TREES, VINES, Centennial. Japanese Peaches, Plums, Chestnuts and
Boone's
his pinery.-Orlando Reporter. PLANTS and NUT TREES. Mediterranean Early. Sweets Sanford's., Persimmon Trees.
( ) Strawberry and Pineapple Plants, etc.
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A Melrose item ,in the Palatka \\ti t'\. dens For and Southern Groves.Orchards No agents., Gar For descriptive catalogue and price-list, apply to

Times-Herald says they have ,a bay Write for price list.

; rum factory in that town. .* JENNINGS NURSERY CO., c. 1X. 11r1ARsH
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L Pier 35, North TUver--5 P. M.
City.of Augusta ...... .... .......................... ... .......................Tuesday, Nov. 3
Kansas.. City.......... ................. ............ ........ ... .............Thursday Nov, 5 I.
Tallahassee .......... ..... .... ........................... ... ................Saturday,Nov. 7
City of Birmingham .............................. .. ...... .............. ..... Tuesday, Nov. 10
City of Augusta .................... ... .... ................................ ...Thursday, Nov. 12
Kansas City .................. .................. ................. ........ ... Saturday, Nov. 14 ton
Tallahassee ............ .......................................................... Tuesday, Nov. 17
F City of Birmingham. ...... ....... .... ........................ ........... ...Thursday, Nov. 19
City of Augusta...... ... .... ............................................. ..Saturday, Nov. 21
Kansas City... ., ............ .... .......................................... ......Tuesday Nov. 24
# I. Tallahassee .... ...... ... ....... ........... .................. ............ ...Thursday, Nov.20 4 aA
City of Birmingham...... .............................!.... ............ ....Saturday, Nov. 28
G,M.SORRELL, Manager, New Pier No.35, North River.

h BOSTON TO SAVANNAH. SAFETY! COMFORT! QUICK TIME l LO\V\ RATES!!

Lewis's, Wharf--3 P. :M. .
Nacoochee. ................................................ ...................... Tuesday,Nov. *3 Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfers Between Jacksonville and Net York.
Chattahoochee ....... ......... ... ..................... ,...... ................... Friday Nov. 6
Gate City ..:........................................................... ............Tuesday, Nov. 10 The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers: '
Nacoochee................................... ............ ........ .................Saturday, Nov. 14
Chattahoochee...... ................................................... ...... Wednesday Nov. 18 .
Gate City..... ...................... .........?. ............ Saturday, Nov. 21 "CniieW (m), "ilgonpD, Iroquois, "Cherokee "Seiiaoli1t '
Nacoochee ............... ..... ...................... .. ........ .................Thursday, Nov. 26 -
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RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents, lewis's Wharf.: -

PHILADELPHIA TO SAVANNAH. (Direct.) NORTHBOUND.
Steamers are appointed to sail according to'the tide.
I Pier 39, Delaware Avenue. .
I ;TK A2CE&: From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling Charleston),......... .......Sundays,Tuesdays Thursdays. ..
City of Macon(freight only) ................................ .. ... ... ......... Tuesday,Nov. 10 and ..
City of Macon freight only) ........ .. ............. ........ ...................... Friday, Nov. 20 Erom CHARLESTON, S. C., Mondays,Wednesdays Fridays .
City of Macon (freight only.) .. ....... .. .......... .. ........... ........Monday., Nov. 30 For hours of bailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule of Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers ,
M. C. HAMMOND Agent, 13 South Third Street. "
SOUTH BOUND.Steamers
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SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.
Central (DO. _Meridian) Time-as below. are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River New:York at 3 p.m., as follows:

Tallahassee... ....Tuesday,Nov. 3, '400 p. m City of Augusta..Tuesday, Nov. 17, 3.30 p.m CHARLESTON, S. C., Wednesdays and Fridays -
City of Birm'gh'm..Ths'day,Nov 5, 5.30 p. m Kansas City.........Thursday, Nov. 19 4 30 p. m. For JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charlestbn) ............ ..Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays"
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City of Augusta.Saturday, Nov. 7, 7.oop.m. Tallahassee. .Saturday,Nov. 21, 5.30P.m.
Kansas City......Tuesday, Nov. 10, 8.00 p. m.I City of Birm'gh'm.. Tuesday Nov.24. 9.00 a.m.
Tallahassee........Thursday, Nov. 12. u.oo a. m. City of Augusta....Tunday, Nov 26. 8 oo p.m,
I City of Blrm'h'm.. Saturday, NOT. 14 i.co p.m. Kansas City.......Saturday, Nov.28, 11.00 a. m. CIlVDE'S ST. JottNS tIVE1 MflE ,

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DE BARY LINE.
((90 Meridian) Time-as below.
I) Gate City....... Wednesday, Nov. 4, 4 oo p.m. Nacoochee... ,.. ....Friday,Nov. 20, 5.00 p. m. Jacksonville, Palatka Sanford, Enterprise, Fla. and Intermediate; .f
Nacoochee .......... Monday, Nov. 9, 8.00 p. m. Chattahoochee.....Tuesday,Nov. 24, ',00 p.m. Landings on the St. Johns River. 5.
Chattahoochee.... Thursday Nov. 12, n.ooa m. \Gate City............Friday, Nov. 27, e.oop.m.
Gate City... ....... Monday, Nov 16, 3.00 p. n;. The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer tl: ,

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Meridian Time below. CAPT. W A. SHAW
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City of Macon.... Thursday, Nov. 5, 5.20 p. I City of Macon..Wednesday, Nov.25 830. a. m. : Is appointed to sail as follows: ,f/
I City of Macon...... Sunday, Nov. 15, i oo a.m.t I| Leave Jacksonville ..................................... Sundays, Tuefdays and Friday at 3030 p. m.
Returning Leave Sanford...........'.............Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays at 900 8. m.;
W.K.ARNOLD,G. T. P.A., WAITER HAWKINS, Fla. P. A., W. J. FARRELL, Sol. Agt.,
Jacksonville Florida. SOUTHBOUND. SCHUDULT NORTHBOUND."
'. C.G.ANDERSON, AGENT Savannah Ga Read Down. Read Up. IT
Leave 330 p. m. ........................... .. ...... Arrive 3.30 a. m.
u 8-45 p m.. .... Palatka................... ...... Leave 9.ooP.m. f-
.. 3.00 a. m. ........................ ... .Astor............................ .f 4-00 P. m.
W. A. BOURS. ESTABLISHED 1875. J. B. BOURS. 4-30 a m. _................. ......... 51. Francis......................... 2.30 p.m,
...... ... u...... .......................... Beresford ............_._... ..... If 1.30 .
Arrive 8.30 a. m. .............. .... .... Sanford.........._. ......._ ...... 9.oo aingm
WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO. .. 9.25 a. m. .................... .... Enterprise................... ...... 9.3O&.m.
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J Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers ,

.J. COLE GenPassenger Agent 5 Bowling Green, flew York.
M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager,5 Bo* ing Gi':"ccn, New York. .
OBWEST 13A.TT l3 r., ACK80NVILLE, I 'z&.. THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York. : .,t; t
r F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 204 West Bay St.,1acboilville!ilia.:';
JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent foot Hogan Street Jacksonville Fla. :; iA_.
We Handle Only the Best and :Most Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street Jacksonville Fla. '':4''

Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents >f

19 South Delaware Avenue Philadelphia. 5 Bowline Green, New York.

Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark. HEADQUARTERS----FOR- HIGH GRADE

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-<1T Time for the Southern Farmer's.'r cessity of borrowing three hundred millions ries. If secure,capital will be abundant at ity forethought, industry, self-denial
'*9 Redemption. of dollars for that purpose.At 6 to 7 per cent interest. Legislation in and by diversified farming remove the
in favor of depreciated currency, or insecurity octopus the crop lien that has so long
first it of the civil
was a legacy war,
in the collection of debts hem him in its So.
Much space in the Southern Rnralist never grasp.- Ruralist.
but in the main it is a question of good
has been occupied in portraying the bur- management and economy. It is not the cheapened interest or made money more +. ..-
d % under which the Southern farmer, monetary system that has made the Easta plenty. The efforts that have been making for
horticulturist and truck is crushed.Iti the past dozen years to get the railway
grower prosperous, money saving and The wealth of the East was poured
C" burdens are such as no other part of money lending people, and the Southa into Kansas, and she was the most pros-- companies leading South to make monthly
the country could survive, and in excursions half fare rate, is being complied
portraying money borrowing and interest paying perous of any Western State But in an
the causes of lack of success the people. It is the lack of thrift, economy, evil day unwise men were sent to the with this year for the first time.
On the first and third
Southern Ruralist hopes to be an influencein industry; a willingness to pay an excessive legislature to make laws inimical to the Tuesday of each
month round tickets
will
Removing them. interest rather than submit to self- collection of debts. The creditor class trip be sold for
Florida has suffered more particularly denial, in foregoing luxuries and indul- was arrayed against the debtor class. one fare.for the round trip with a slight
from stock laws and oppressive jtransportioii gencies, until enough was in bank to Capital] became frightened business stagnated addition, and to home-seekers and sett-
Jates, but in common with the entire cover the cost of a crop while growing;' immigration ceased,there was no lers one way tickets will be sold at one
and one-half cents mile.
Southjshe has suffered from the greatest the lack of foresight in raising a diver- home market for crops because consumers a Such an inducement -
octopus.. of all, the crop lien. sified crop, which should insure the food were leaving the State. Such to see the South wjll be more
effective than all
presented in another :article for family and stock in place of payingfor tion does more damage to a legiSla-1 I ties and the immigration socie
-have carefully copied from avery it from the proceeds of cotton, cane frost, fire, tornadoes or another, to every make new the settler. will interest
careful statement of a no less authority or oranges; in the failure to raise cattle cause they destroy the people's credit?by is estimated trip.It
thaw the Scientific American, gathered and hogs, chickens and garden truck destroying the confidence of the creditor that the by the Secretary of Agriculture -
from the ,United States Census reports that so frequently have to be purchasedfrom class, and where credit is bad; money is wheat since advance in the price of
when they,are fully verified. the proceeds of the cotton or other hard to obtain at one to five per cent per the profits of September the 1st will increase
The cash crop. month, while it goes begging at 4 to 6 farmer in this country
question arises, why, with all the on what he has sold and what he will .
cent when credit is
advantages of soil and climate, the It is the desire of the Southern Rural- per per annum good. have to sell, nearly sixty millions of dol-
Southern farmers are so large debtors to ist to advance the prosperity of the South Some progress has been made in the lars. It was the greatest object lesson in
the East, or representatives from the.I and particularly the Gulf States. No right direction by the Southern farmerin the late campaign that it is the universal
North and East, for the money with other region of the world has such an the past few years, but still he is pay law of supply and demand, and not the
\, which to grow their crops, and at such opportunity as the States bordering the ing four times as much interest as the contraction or cheapening of the currel!* :
enormous rates of interest, varying'from Gulf. It needs capital at low rates of inter Northern farmer. Now is a good time to cy that makes the prices of the farmers'
25 to 75 per cent per annum, and the ne-! est to develop her mines and manufacto. consider and act, and by economy,frugal- products.
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