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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00126
 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: May 1, 1897
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: UF00055765:00126
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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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: ,>, .f'k': : : THE FLORIDA; ,'FARMER, AND FRUIT-GROWER is edited and conductedexclusiveIy: by actual and experienced tillers of.'thesoi'
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= : ,:..t! .: } ._THE'"FLORIDA' FARMER; ,AND FRUIT-GROWER' has'on its working staff-"- siArwt,some- of the'most-distinguis d agronomic" authoriti:"


'.,!/,.'.:':; Ji'vhL. ., : \;: State. =; two'professors: ( of the'State Experiment... Station and the agricultural agent of one of Jiie" ( lines of ,railway who is an'experienced toba;*.
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k c :' the. finghtest body_of producers in the'world; the .Florida orange-: owers.* c s- -- \.:\;:;, -,t' *' $$&;-
!tTl': : > ): H\ THE .FLORIDA FARMER 'AND' FRUIT-GROWER- : stands:as he champion: of. conservative i American soilcultureopposed to "t t10 t

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LL :::; )1; ;',fort, .ttnoV being. ,made .to. secure such banks tends directly to. a scarcity of regions with banks, and break, down An.eastern man, who had occasu ;,. ,
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'a-,'.,.-- ..'.'i-".... t tcapitalaq '- capital; and the scarcity of banks famine which affords no small justification with' a watermelon and ,

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'_ a the.. local needs ;and the local 1 become hostile to an institution with ing with the few existing State and actions that I have! ever known,"

;#4 b;:'\ E'erwealth.' : 'Thisis; only a partial answer. which they.have only the unpleasant private banks, these small national he, "the oddest. came under the

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f someof 1,863,000 cigars, and Was that upon coming out after
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Gfove: -_ Orchard in :;the spring 'than_ by the a few scale insects. rich orange.yellow: somewhat'stringy, J

? greater cojd'of; :midwinter ,when they I '7. The infection by these spores de its cells small, compact; juice'abuad-,

TxY :S.?."" :MG.OULTUBE .IN. THE GULF are dormant Figs. ,can be 'grafted pendsupon certain meteorologicalconditions ant, transparent, sprightly,with sweetness ..
; **6 -* .STAT. > B,1 -NO.1.. without: difficulty, but it is seldom ;' which, however,, 'maybe and,bouquet moderate;.bitterness,
r ? f: done jn the South' ,-IT.,- .. S.'Govern-, imitated to induce infection atrace>, Ripe,in mid seaso .
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POMELO.
New Oit Varieties.
kf-. f- ,::?1 The} figisadomestic: ; :( fruit of prime 'A Fungus-Enemy i to,the San Jose ; Aurantium (James, Molt, Orlando,
The of shb' U. S.
:importance in all the Gulf and South Scale. report Pomologist Fla).-By Florida growers this was
tWi:tic .States r ;throughoutthis: ,re': for 1895 mentions the following ; formerly thought to be the result 01 a .
'-* r'gkmit(is 'a.common, ,dooryard tree.. The San Jose (pronounced San ..ORANGE.OpMr cross 'with sweet orange; but now a i*% }

T r', Its|broad, ,rich .foliage .is one of the Hor&xy)'scale is a horticultural pest : (Gold of) (Charles F. Lott "sport" of 'pomelo, giving improved
Y :,: ,Jirst ,things catch the' eye,:.of =the which, fortunately, does not concern Oroville, CalF) onn roundish;, size I edible qualities is considered in no -
.-;J;Northern visitor'and assure,- him' that Florida so nearly as it does the Statesnorth medium to large; surface .somewhat wise dependentupon pollen from: the
,'He is really I l in theSouth.; of us, even to the northern rough or lumpy;'color bright orange sweet orange. Form roundish oval ;
-'':* -Tow id its Northern limit' the''tree" limits of fruit culture. It does nor attack yellow; weight medium ; oil cells me- large; surface moderately smooth; color

.-is, sometimes injured by. unusually: citrus: trees-onljr! the deciduous dium to'l large, both:raised and sunken; paleleraonyellow; weight medium ;
.t 'severe winters, but unless killed to thegr4ntid varieties, and chiefly the.peach, .. peel rather thin, tender, .very slight oil cells prominent, slightly raised and
: it never fails.to produce heavy plum, quince and pear,'theater: last adherence; ,tissue thin, tender; core rounded; ..peelof- ,medium thickness,*
,*_ annual ..crops. Even severe win erk ,- of all Our intelligent readers.do not of raedim open j seeds, mediumin strong, aromatic; somewhatbitter,. te-
f'i. lli1g! >is usually,but a temporary loss, need to be told that it Js, fierrible number, both large and small, irreg- nacious ; tissue thin, translucent; core _
f: as the.rootssend. up'' vigorous sprouts pest I Iif probably the, most 'formidablethat ular, whitish; flesh dark, translucent, l large, spongy, partially open; seeds
t '{thatbearthei.following: year. '.has yet assailed our_ deciduous orange, very tender,.with'long irregular many, medium to large, angular,fight =
; AltHough'the: :fig is so' widely ,dis- fruit, trees. *. cells ;juice'abundant, ;almost trans- gray; flesh whitish gray, rather tender,
tri ute4 and so universally:esteemed Coming originally from Chili, it has parent, quite acid,with sweetness only with large, irregular cells; juice abra f
Vorhbusehold; 'uses; it is only recently migrated or been carried successivelyto medium and bouquet scarcely noticeable dant, nearly transparent; flavor_: acidity
A tHat..any attempt, ,has beenmade in California,.to New Jersey and to bitterness very slight; ripe in mid 8, sweetness 8, bouquet 9, bitter ---=
${}. ,: the :.territory under, consideration..to Florida{ and haS'riever heretofore en season. ness 3. Season, winter.Propagation ., '
;utilize! it as a,commercial product Jn countered any natural enemy which -f .i. B
.11':::-',. the"search. throughout the South for seemed likely to keep it in subjection.In Jolla (C. F.. Lbtt, Oroville, Cal- by Cuttings.
California
1L""I-'. the of the cushion .A seedling originated from Editor FABUER AND FRUIT
: possible money crops;;:other than} qot- case cottony GROW :
: ;'' seed imported from Palestine. Form
,. ton, it'-is"beginning: to 'attract attention scale which wrought such direful Please ,inform several subscribers
-<... .and. i in, this' 'connection_ a. briefstatement f havoc'with the orange trees of California roundish; size medium; surface ,quite through: the FRUIT-GROWER when
j> of our'present knowledge some years ago,"the balance of smooth; color bright' orange yellow; and how to plant.cuttings'of the plum,,

- :::'It'"'1:, :as,Jo,the growth-and! }possible::des' of nature was restored by the importation weight medium; oilcells :numerous, fig, ''mulberry: .and orange. What E
.'"\&,..1i .- .the fig maybe of service.iPROPAGATION... of the lady-bird (Vedalia cardin. small; ; peel meaium to thin, tough ; other kinds of fruit trees can be
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,,,, "* alis)-from Australia, which was also from cuttings and when should
.'w.y: .... ...,.. ;[ the home of the cottony cushion scale. spongy; seeds few, small, plump, whitish they be planted? Will they grow i if
"" F1ar1vS 'The)fig roots easily from. cuttings But in the case of the San Jose scale, ; flesh pale translucent'yellow, tender planted with the top end down like,
". ..._. an&is"usually. in. 'has been made ; its cells small, oblong; juice grape cuttings?
""" ..''<,,""- ,of.j. ;propagated this-way. no. attempt to our
(uI. ,frShort, (;:pieces or.even Urge branches ol knowledge, to explore Chili for any. abundant, sprightly, sweet, with bou- There are a great many 'caterpillars!
'\ ""-':... -"r. well-matuied ,wood, cut from the :tree: hereditary,/enemy this scale may Have quet above: medium; absence of bit. here. They have black, yellow and ""
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;i1.j;JI. r* at. any :time, during* the:. winter 'and I had there, serving to keep it reducedto terness., Ripe in mid season, orange stripes across the back They ,
....:tl.1Jj. ',. ,simply'thrust into soil, will usually 'a harmless condition. It would Lough Chong (Charles F Lott, Oro eat'leaves of peas, beans and most
-'''f- (.',-:twa : .take root and make ,a strong growth'the seem now that i it has at l length encountered ville, Cal).-Originated from seed out any kind of plant or tree.'Jtat..are
The wellmatured fate in Florida of an orange'eceiv.e from China ? :
.\-td; following,summer. -its met an they F.
_' -.-:'...], A.-,, : ;wood-isbest>for making cut enemy .native to this latitude which about 1887 under the name of "Lough Avon.Park. -

',-- ti;, 't-. 'rings; .One of ,the_ most desirablemethods nature had beneficently provided '( rthe' Chong." The.seedling varies enotfgh
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#'" the. original to warrant
,,: .::.. .. '-1 : is:to cut a .section bearing a purpose.In .
< V lateral branch from :his tireless of the varietal name. The tree is reported a the ,
"' ':' a shortcut thrifty a investigation -' Replying to enclosed:card, will s
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.:..'. -' ,good The. Jose scale, tried say your correspondent asks -for,
:..1' should l be six,or eight i inches long and numerous insecticides or sprays. In size ,small to medium ; surface mode- a. whole book.full of infooD oa.

,,......../..,.. ". b ,: : end.of the'side'branch projects effect.of these washes, he notIced shading to reddish yellow on exposedside would state that if the:party wiH.ead
iing'to form .the tree... This J is not at all that the scales were dead on certain ; weight abqve medium ; oil 'cells samples'of f'the caterpillar'; to Masts,:

'I.'essential,..as, a :straight cutting will trees which had not been treated with medium to small, sunken ; peel thinto Webber &. Swingle,. special 'at--
; '. :.usually root,and grow, 'readily,. .but jt the insecticide. Further examination medium tender, slightly pungent, division of vegetable 'physiology ,and '

?' .is;deiurable as. the buried, >cross ,.sec. revealed the fact that these insects had tenacious;.tissue' variable, both thick pathology} U. S.. department"-_ of
kY tion 'holds J the, cutting'firmly; inthe., been killed- by" 'a fungus, a minute and thin;; 'core small, ,open; seeds agriculture, Eustb,.,,Fla.,'they will>be,
;ground and its bulk-prevents\ jt i from vegetable growth which fastened 'itself many, small, plump, light gray,; fleshyellowish glad to give him (or her) the desffedinformation -

*: ing put. .easily. ,In,the coast regioncuttings upon; them. This fungus has been translucent_ small, tender, somewhat as that'is exactly their: -
> are often,planted .In., August tested thoroughly,. both here and by fibrous,.with ,irregular cells: ; line. 3CuttingLpf -
.* I with good Results. In.ihis 'case the the best: entomologists of the North juice in moderate ,quantity; almost plums, figs, mulbenie ,;
:.i' Vleaves should be ,removed. 'It: 'is ads and East and Protessor Rolfs is now transparent, medium in both, acidity pears, etc,:can beplanted during the
j ':vaable:to plant:the cutting 'where the in a position. to state that it may be and ,sweetness. bouquet scant .though winter or' sprung before growth J liar.Y

:tree is::To.staJ1d,:' fig roots_ are easily used practically combating the San pleasant,. bitterness slight Season, started.. A greater .or ,letter :degr.
'ini edby-transplanting., .Little Is Jose scale'Florida., The followinggeneral moderately l of 'success.' may sheob aea1__ da:

gained in growth: .by\planting: rootedtrees statements are warranted_ by Seltita.(C.. F.Lott, provi11e,C ).- them' ,dependent to a considembte extent r.;
iut"w: .' such are used, bothroots the:facts, thus far developedI. : In 1893 Hon. Oliver H. Dockery, upon the varieties...<(of the: differ.ent '
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8 nf !;tops; should. \ be .heavily The;'fungus.is' a-native of\ Flor- consul general at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 'species) from which ctittiagi j are
.pruned when planted,:to-secure a,satisfactory ida;;; hence. we can always secure:a sent five, trees of,this orange to the made, and ,also on the 'de ee- of '
: .0 _, _. v ?. supply for starting an infection. Department Agriculture. Of these, moisture in the:ground both ',at- nod
Sometimes is advisable,to plant the .2! .It'ca.nJe.: grown artificial p withas'mucp scions and trees 'were distributed subsequent to,the time- of 'pUntiag..
)cuttings: iii the nursery acid to keep them ease and success ,as tne average among ,twenty.threePropagators; in favorable The principal rules"to:be- 'oUetfefl

.. -".'" '.".llfa "p ;;here fot'three'yearsbefore; : removing fungi localities.. Fruit. roundish, in relation to; the cuttings,: are that
..... '.i them 'to? theirpeEi: anent, location, '3.Itmay.: be produced in unlimitedquantities. medium size; surface undulated or pitted they shall Be? 'of proper leuftb- 8 ;|o_ ..-
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'b !' !; 'as.winter protection!can be more easily ..: ; color deep orange yellow;'weight 10 inches-and that the tower. end of' --
fir j( a;\;; given them. AftertheVtrantbf: theY .- A. .Orcbardists who were not scientists medium'or' less,;; oil, cells/medium in the:.,'cutting;''has -o.: brmted 1 e,

tts.:,' PJ\A"\: r":. 'fig is three years old,.it is n1Kh'lesseasilyinjured"by i J have::applied'itwith\success:: : size, prominent;;peel moderately thick such ail k>,often '1 "S:Jr .proniagshears. .,
.",.'. ii. 't.' 'lt-.t ," cold,.,This practice .5-,/Th sporesmay be applied justas lacking in J pungency?. rather pleasant 'Cuttiflgs, ,all .beeed '
":' ..":, F'.7' would seem tobci: pi t: doubtful':value, inscctiadware-- ,.!that is,.with'a spray-; flavored ; 'tissue thin, tenacious; core p ted right up. It it-;'ato :;rte. .
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succeed if..planted, withxthe top. erid. .eyerythingis burned but. the .stumps cut. miles away and transported on!the roots or from.the: air, is 'prepared for
I= down. and; ,trunks of the largest trees. Then, back of a donkey, broncho,.serai-clad use in the leaf. At this season the .
'Ai'.atejeVtedi the :ji inf ;m tion without. further preparation, the Carib, or.mule to,the .little mountain amount and,condition of foliage measure '

p abed:fgr4.\ygry:camprehen've.. } 'fsuckers" are planted with- a "ma streams,. thence by little dugouts to a.considerable; extent t growth
I1-yjsay. in'a general ,way,'"thaf'jfaojtooe chete," by making hoies, ;without leg: the beach, where they are piled ,up of the, treeand development of fruit. ,

; .is ,thin ing-of; (planting I cut- ularity as to line or ,distance, and awaiting the aforesaid'dories and skiffs There are some. things that successful .
_ tinis extensively,it.will:pay them,well inserting'the"sucker"'to the depth? of that-take them,through the.surf to the growers are pretty ,geperalty agreed

to buy: one of the many books which .a .inches. These "suckers": are ship;:and when you learn that each upon. That.the heavy prumg'pC the ,

tin. of ilaestbjecf.. ; the sprouts of the banana plant, l bruise.each contact with the sharp, :. orange .is # mistake is one of them; ,
,', .. ,G. ;L. :J,' a.G1n :starling out of\the parent plant, as'do.some almost burning sand on-the beach js. that beyond removing .dead wood,
..St.-'M'._aryMa.c .varieties of.onions, tillering like ruinous,. to say nothing of .the blackening chafing branches and the ends of excessively : ,

.. 1 small grains, wheat, prrye. effects of salt water, you at once projecting branches, the less
a. I The planting is,usually done from see plainly how it is that,!thousands of Cutting;the better,; that.by the l frequeat ..

,3; W x -a* Oulture.* :In*":.Honduraa :March until June, and the plants are bunches are, .rejected at the ship's il clipping, new growth when .put pf "
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t u' >!The lends Ruatan* ,apdUWlalthclargestoftheschain'of expected to ..begip ,to bear i in bout and thrown into the sea, carrying with place, cuttingdeyeloped.wood, : is seldom

inlands in nine months, during :which time all them ,the profits ladeon those received -. needed. I have noticed_ in 'the{ -,

)' ', tilt Bay.Hofiduras.called the :Bay that.is done.in the way of cultivation by the inspector. With no past :week .more; : fresh-cut brush jn a" ,'
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F: '. Iibjifisfwerethe'.first to, engage in is thecutting down ,of _sprouts fromsucll.&tumps better means of transportation to the single rpw .space .in several orchards -
: ;. bftoai*".cultureJor export. Theprofee ,as survived.the burning. hip. no protected ,harbors ,to break than has been removed from some .of. 1
of,these:islands-;very ;broken and This is ,called 'cleaning the 'plantation' the} -force of the waves of,the sea and our most successful; ,orchards o( ten :'
hillyf thin I''The I where vessels.can' ride -at ,anchor in acres since they were plantql. Spare _
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cUy soil,. with its abundance of black average productive life of a ,
volcanic rocks:-will show:that a'great plantation is about five years, after competing lines, no other means pf Slaughter of.the &raoaeats... '
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these islands i unfit for ,which it is usually considered worth transportation to market than by
E put of are ..cul The robin, the joy of .our homes in _
tivation.It., is-'easily ;understood by less, and is abandoned.I dories and-skift"s.and thesevbdonging early spring, writes a correspondent inNational ..
. : tbo 'knowing. aught:of the. effect of shall not attempt give .any fig: to a monopoly, it is obviously not a Nurseryman, is killed by the

;: .CBtovatkm oil suc -lands, where, .for ures as;to the cost and profits of these .profitable venture. bushel supply.the hotels.Florida;
mwrtbs in'each. year the rainfall ,:is If the.above! can in any way serveas
plantations per acre, conditions and and the.happy.bobolink of the North
-,: his!J ,A why they,.soon,fail and be- circumstances surrounding each indi- an answer to the. many letters I is'killed for his imprudence when he
have from the United States
received
.: eeanra wcirthkseproducing; only vidual effort are no :-mean factors in becomes the rice bird of the ,South.
.: aDd third.:claes fruit in inquiring about banana culture, all of
N ;the size determining the resultant loss or gain. The prairie'hen and quail, which .the
which would'have and,
of+ bunch.! ,TJie;" wands are literally To the writer, the "royal road to for i gladly more! Western farmer not allowed to kill -_
answered had the !
"'-, named away.. ',What re once'beau- tune" through a banana plantation in directly, ,not ex- on his own land,*are quickly appropriated
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....-. ;ti&l liirdfertileihilwdes'; :: .are transformed Hopduras 'is. a myth =a. legend pense reached a point beyond which by the sportsman when the

.. .into.unsightly; gullies and bar--, equaled only:by'the ,fabulous tales.of '[could not go (as,there is .no allow- legalized'season comes round. But,
available this consulate
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riop.s ,presenting' 'wealth of mineral, ance' at saddest of all thousands '
.fiB .an ,aspects the ores that lie )hundreds of
k: '. diioooragiag,-?tf:not as .monotonous, hidden everywhere among the ,cliffs, postage on private correspondence) thousands pf our prettiest and smalUtt
mall be U; S. 'Consular
<. V4: HMT oweSahariu".-' Locks, and crags of this hilly and 'gratified- birds are slaughtered every 'ear to

Iathecmaigeoient of!Uiese mountainous' coast. It is true, that Reports. supply ornaments for ladies' bate!

.; Wit, the landahave: been: denuded, ,millions, of this fruit are produced ...... Certainly no nurseryman's wife .or

<&fifttftd,:aod.:,devastated,",_and have, here.annually, but.the price paid ..tbe Pruning the. Orange. daughter will use bids for .any sueH
_ t : into' tbeir'former. i Ipbaitioa, producer, in a great majority of instances There is .some artistic. ,work being purpose. The time may come .aad
_ .;: 'e. scarcely, .sore :than ,the is not greater than the cost doneibyprofessional( pruners .in some probably will come, when it will be

'; .demands.. The industry pf production and delivery! alongside 9f our:orchards just now. The.; .trees,pt: necessary,to have'national laws to protect -
:-'- iliabeen' transferred-' the .coast,. of f ship. serves the ,Riverside County Reflex, our'insect destroying birds, ai',bag:

.,. :'" fifteen ;.ortwtntylniies'away! ; There are no wharves' (one excepted come ;from ,their hinds most trim andshapely been done in Germany aad 0thr

-.; 'yo woe Ae';same .conditions I and- ill! ), no I piers, .or warehouses l ? ,If the qbjectptthe orchards European, countries. .
*.ahge.eDtof. : land prevail. ,where ,vessels-can take fruit in the ornamental, they are doing. fine ... .'

::: PItatitiOBs," as! .t they- ;are; called,- Gulf Honduras, and in most,cases, I;wpri?. [But t.is hard on the, trees; The ,wool croon Santa Rosacoan.

.We a made in;the-YJrgt. : forest :by ,cut.dowa.dae'growtb they are: obliged
a : of-,trees,' brush coast to anchor a thousand yards ..or like compressing a ,mans' .lungs just ing 200,000 pounds of wool will be'
"- .-. the.:fell setfoa or during more off the .shore,;and;the plantation when he needstheirfull capacityiraost! for sale. One man will have a 4ivc'

.' '_ 'tfct fiat n l!I tb..of!the:year,and.when owner"has-to.carry;hw fruit in. .small to.yjtafize,.the bjooti. The. ;foliage; ,.oftheorauge ears' stock about 75,000 pounds,' The1 .
Q' ,=._ ..Ie&wisd;: :i branches :bate ,da a kitbrpugh; ,the surf ,toreceived tree standsin the .Mme, reation wpol'ofSanta.Rosa'catuitybrthe..t
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the { .
'. T wn,: 'torch.. is applied, or.rejected. lungs do to the man. A food, ;whether market, because it :is loag stepie' :i' -

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_, ., leaves It,is,tolerably hard work .
:">>".eeo.ii- ''Diaitr.T' to'operate tiis'machine properly but : =*fMMl>11IU B | -

-, _tatt .j kif paid\another-visit to of its effectiveness" in killing: the vermin .t, THRIP JUICE

-tW b tobacco'farms Jacksonnee -there seems no room for question -
:J ",near: : -
; ,,.mentioned in the issue..of. April The.Pafk green needs'to be applied I 11' 1 .Is' SiroHgly, Concentrated, *and' wk.M
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ioh.. The seedbeds of the, :.larger allesh only aftereach' rain, unless. so I :Bll ted 'as Directed,, It Make "VC

.. oiwtK-sttaatedxHi'bigli;Uad,'while: log an interval;; efepsesthat 'several I probably tbe 'CMeapesi ,Insecticido -' ;

..fcm.of
._ ra 'a swale,.ad in)this season, of ex- dusted: -

:/ dwary_ ; :raiafall -the' ',latter; have Mr'LindsjtyfiitdS-strawberry: baskets! convenient1 quart- Used. in Florida for 13 Years, .;i _
1i! .1M e.t at'a_disadvantage, where* ordinh cupsxor very peci&ITr --" >, '
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9: 'would': ,have come outS3J'a covers fbifnewly set tobacco plants to -- .

d..:.The'sperabundant! ;moisture, protect them Both against"the sun.andthYciit '. B. MAKSEf, General Agent" ,, -

---ltr.;. Arcfepkisg Up' of the worm:; ,OkakHmka (Lake Co.), Fla.;' :'"
't< 'drainage .bra short: eve, \ the !' r;
KAMMON7!tLM HOT WOHAuJ
young and'tender'plea a serious.set- Tabaooo and Mineral Manures pr'Sold'by rrtariy'merchants.HAMMOND'S .

bck r-t;.they(:are now.yellow'and much !,Editor. 'Farmer!and Prnit-Grower.. MAKES 1000 SLUG SHOT WO."," -

-fe md,in,'growth.la .-. I have: read-with, much interest the ..- .. > FlSHKILL-OH-HUDSH8EVf<< (.( : YOftfc :

: '.our; :pfeyioufi'$' ;''account! Jt-wa communication in .your issue,of April r .

mentioned,that:tie;l larger of:the, two 3d, from! Mr.,F. B. Moodie) who."Advises Iri my judgment, the difficulty with-
,fauns ;was }treated princioaUjr' 'with Against all Mineral .Manures'1fa ordinary commercial fertilizers is the F tnep fT1faek.

;__ ',cow:manure.. .Mr. .tindsley,." whose fertilizing tobacco. While have balancing of the ingredients- Tobacco .. Jo

:experience we'have frequently quoted; ahrerjrhigh} ,opinion\ of- Mr. Moodie's requires'a very high availability in its- ''Stmwb n-les' in ,South Akbam&
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'argues,that this is a serious mistake views on tobacco culture, I am inclinedto fertilizer, ,as'it has avery limited for- .

:Last year he -p.chased"foihis, t factory 'question the rather sweeping position aging power. The authorities'say tliaI \ in 16bTEditor
a small groWtiin the neighborhood :he Has taken on mineral.manures I
; crop ;; crop of: 1,500 pounds of leaf requires Farmer and Froit-Grower:
J 'on,cow manure,'! .and'he" soon' la your climate the nitrogen,of' organic for the whole plant, 90 pounds of nitrogen recollect -ii
'I At no time in
'thvered.thatliehad made a blunder matter quickly takes available ii 6, pounds of potash,.and 19 my
;.: =;Leaf grown. on this ,kind of forms! and'is' then substantially the pounds: phosphoric acid While were our strawberry patches in' MICA
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,oaanwe,;though:,it gives off a,satisfactory same as nitrogen in nitrate of soda. the composition of the plant may'not 'a' goods shape as'ther were whet1, m-'

,'I aroma: in' burning; ashes _black. Sulphate'of ammonia will! prove injurious always! ,prove a true guide to the cOm- ter set in. In December many were
r ,Hip iirus&ated 1'this i the unless used and-this in bloom rid'bt the'end1: of .JaBaary
:; : : bYigniting with.lime position of ItS proper manure, it is the '
were
c, taco in'questioili} !, tally advisable in the'culr they loaded with fruit, some just
js'Jtof gen : best guide :we have.: We know at
t :I*the>demonsfratipn< below given twe of tobacco. Undoubtedly nitrate least* that: ...the cropmust; have that turning red; when, alaal ,t Mc W'
we:will designate cow manure.as No. 'of soda should not.be'used;.it is amount., snap cleaned out fruit and bloom. IB
and horse" No.. He far Dried blood l I a short time they were again ia full_
i manure!.. aa 2. too actiye. or, high '
I should not have the'least, hesitancy =
><' c&iaed bloom, only:to be' again blasted by,
of his Hands .fish should
one to
factory 'grade guano: supply ammonia '
in-using' high grade-sulphate of ; 1'hi
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the cold'snap in February,
roll l' ,of which fillers in.the form : should
up a 'cigar the proper ; .
1 tobacco and think )Ii.
potash on itself did but little harm but
: st1rainy'
ont'mture No. 2 the that manure"co1taWs
:w fCgrpWl ,' ,say farmyard } ,
'Mobdie' will change' his' views" after
weather set in 'and lasted
on'No. .arid the add in up
binders; i; wrapper pa too much'organic :matter, dry the ,matter further.. His in
testing until the first' week in April Dorithe'whole :
When the burned weather willmost"
cigar was : imperfect drainage
Nat:?; or : "'
stance of from art of phosphoric .
firing excess. :
lIioWefDw, li'tlie: difference in theN the month! of March; we had
it !certainly injure :..crop.As" aCid'isr f
ialrof the three'different strata-wliitebe' to potash:and phosphoric acid, a! wen'recognized'fea, but:'six-sunshiny'days. In' the.meaa-
ture in phosphate : It is
manuring tim-ours were; IHding-up'
in) heart,;black intermediate, white ashes of any sort contain'too much plants
mtatd .t.Otcoursei:,our u informed; lime' for!. the best]results;;it, interferes 'well knownthatliberahmanuringwithsoluble.phosphates acceleratesthe fruit, in-fact.they were a mass of-fab.

readers'wilLnotneed.to be told'that a with nitrification, and: favors certaih vegetation Orr;'the ith of March we becaii t toship ...
of the:plants. Butexpediting .
which bums;black is of- berries, only to find the. market
w'r } pbjectibnto forms root diseases.by increasing
; fa .
vegetation does'not'always \ filled with,fine Plorida: berries "wbUe
rab&. & a smoker:of f good .taste: the alkalinity pfthe soil.. Ashes may vorably as; regards' harvest It there ;
and
ours 'lacked''sunshine thereforedidinot
VY/IUTYMA,"TUT TWCTTOTC. 'well8 be used with : :
f f ff1 tX*\ :vA: XI& JLPIO *w X 3.Thcrbfowigun1for : stablemanurej as and insufficient 3
"J' is a lack of water nitrogen : have d"bright'appeara-_:
'ff r in: the ill effects of both
: dusting tobacco a.measure neutralize ,
and; potash" then, ..emergencyripening' had to; depend oa oar local!
we ;
'. ,a & ,other: plants with Paris,green? ; each other, but it's rather::a I the ; .
may ensue; thirsting market: Of;course the pknts:
were
: mentioned below; was tested in our risky plan as; the,:weather conditionsmay .
plant exhausts its own vitality and 'their:toad of fruit
pre&ericed'itieft reness demonstrated undo much of the good work. I .not able mature _
prematurely the stalk becomes yellowr I l-
and deal wa << .
dettfo1
a great
We We 'remember that all
: are" making: arrangeHieats ;must manures ,
the is .
$ which,willenable'us' to' sell it are 'simply so muchammoniajl\ potash, I development timperfectthesoluble : crickets and mantremailied] -
acid has folks ,
phosphoric! as for use. By therzoth.of this month:
.to"tfce subscribers of tins ,pa'peTit: rh aad-phosp,40ric acid. Whatever form the _
'nrtfesl,; :ifatch.*purr ad tilingdeli :they are in when given to the,sail, it:is say: "burnt? up" plant; : our planter were: practically without
rt'requttes"a deal of assurance ,to :fruit something that has aever .' '
hap
soil
"1 for tHea Ctme lt. It they function of the to convert
combat the opinions of a man of Mr, pened before in the oi,.lie- :
..ioca. ; ; long metallic .chuteor these into compounds suitable for menu. '
.1i.tsusp; ended by a;strap'from;:''the plant food While.we do' not know ,Moodie's' experience; especially on oldest, inhabitant;, but tiey .' 'aft. -
grbund.but' F trust.h"e will givethis'subject' : coming:irito blooffl' 'again.,, ,
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left;shoulder,.and pointing'downwardu what; these compounds' a.r.e,, we ,do -
:> t,dad:.outward' 'or'horizontally! aar the l biow that they cannot be either acid ?further' experimental tests,;' t Th old Neicnaii-stilf hea tt1e i trL. N

}t :a.:oftheplants" to: be dusted may' or,alkaline,.,hence the) potash of ashes paying, due attentioti' to-avoiding ex- i is'the''Ain' berry,' if k, wu a;

:.::: .; '.' 'Tfef fa&' or blow ' \* :_ked byes; small crank turned: byright'hand potash of!ordinary'potash salts.: 6cfa"piff' if'tobacco growers w ere not 'planted': ndw-finds'' tried 'tai ..

.J thtL: I the' workman i -walks Theexperiments in tobacco fertilization able", tom utillie' the: cheap nineral'manUre son;- but, of- course;; pS- ,ttu 1' _..)1: 4

< ._ along-1 tiijro,1, 'ba ,whichever .. i made- Lancaster(County. S. PEACOCK ;' could'bef> made' under ti e : 1iI fM'fIt"-. _
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''': .; 1 dir e iea 1.oC ,the wind may :(p&)'Tobatco.Grower's': Society bear 'able weather ,conditioM, 'Iii7ee; J. .' :.

:; ::_' '..... ..'..'net'.' o ,blow;-the' poison' On;tiiii .of mineral-manures. I I\ of Our plants died> _froia -,*. -.-
': into ,hiS .face. The Paris green ik ,quote'!from the official report : "It is The South Florida Foundry and 'water'add some"are'jMt- Comg outBessie -_

', wed; :without -admixture, :about "i usually supposed"that yard1' manure, Machine' Works did' a good thing f Carmella, P, a very .., ,. tom; '" -

u ".' :,pound'to't' 'acrebeing.siifficient: : for by. srupplying,more:.humus; secures' a when they put in, machinery' for the .berty and:'productivjB1 for:.a"short tip: '- .
<-:., am-- 'ave ae.'field of( plants, though morfe even 'supply: moisture |o the manufacture of brass and iron bed ahd.willj: ; therefore;, yroit; M ilea.ablefotthh ..: -- :.

r ""-'" awffe ,would,berequired; for ,-err.I large plan tin "dry ,season;.andis; therefore,, steads, their agents who _arc traveling. ( -section., 9 ,4etzW. _Seedling =, :L',.-,
latatf, ;But great care, must: be ,observed especially' useful then: Ncr marked over the the Southern States report's -.. seeim'. tQ 4'be'' very roaeh ;like: :

not to'diist them t liberally,. advantage' ''was manifest from1 its use good}\ demand for these goods! and ;MicKelV'Kttlf.: It is adt 'betas, Igas

afc 'ttrt-'pUatr will' be".kiUed. Thefcadmuit oven that of artificial mixtures;;; indeed bright prospects, 'for ,future business; 'good;; brit:ui dot nbat.c. itiow

,J.1 be-so._ adfasled, that, 'the :at Rocky Sprriiig,, the?'litter'gave .aledgerpie1dthari1themauure.The especially/'when- the* superior series (may do' 'better.. Ea fjr5 ThoBijpaoft c

_. Jlrii green.will issue forth'as'a barely, l ; ; and.quality;"of the 'bedsteads',Become. 'gives'l 0fn !nice'.hitbatttie: coter.it i ::

'.yiWfc cloud aid_no' mofe=a -family yrd._)manure'crop.slwwed, : as'a'whole known.- 'The. foundry 'cdntemplalK ligand' set let".W"" :
.....d .., _of'gr...., E? t 'Ji '- .t1. -over' that pwincedus.d the raaoafactore c;,oflwoveri wife springs. J.MfEJpi--1.11ii'ttdialfil'_ : a' .fee-. iiiac

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: .', ; IooafiI \;'it>wfll extensively ,:i'As'r matter offact; ,the true.edible .. '

.,;,#, : frog, Trivia tscuknia, found in southern Strawberries on Ice. ,
.I bs only:a few. plaBtsat; present.'Ia'ayoaralitcinal i Europe,"isnot; a native of our States. Cramps,' Croap The celebrated, T. &T. Strawberry Befrig-, :. .
;; you speak, of the But,to stock a pond with very tender, Colts' fiooDTBBSQU erators are the universal favorite of Florida -*.i' :; .
; Coed: dcHBg::"weq..' !Here;:it 'was''al- salable frog flesh the American rana growers. .Perfected after years of expert- .,:;ll '.
mast 'failure; that, shows-bow' local palustris ;serves. well enough. His DYBZNTIRY; ence. Give good, service for good fruit. !r:-iTKUBY ...

-p the,:towb rry ii ja, its .habits.i( ;; .The. long, plump legs .and;}those or our na- ,udall Bowl COJCPUINr&Ie & THOMAS,. .; .t: ,. '3.
Good if,also the'plain; berry'of: ',the tive bullfrog please the most fastidious, Bow Eiffc, QuIck Cure JI fortrinePinXLliet'- Starke, Florida. ; ,- ;

Htmmood, La.,; ;growers I J.believe.Aloog : epicure; .

.the Gulf coat( e.Bessie is the :The first is. a slender handsome, } d. SfEEKlER SEED BO". Lfu itcf, .
'cboice{altobf:;most, :of the: growers extremely agile, long-limbed fellow \ MARY T. FROTSCHER .
President
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M e; :;But we cannot'do without the who. comes out ,of almost ,woodland
any ,(PHUT ia1Ta'aUsed Successors: to '-
'perfect f blooming i kind iwe wishtopj ,pond, and anyone who is gOIng Internally ExtcraaHr.. \ Richard Frotacher'a Grader{ Street Branch Store "_
strawberras' and .for: us;>down Nos.518 and Gravier St.,New Orleans,Ia.
t ; into frog culture can bargain with the Two sizes! ice and aoc.bottist 520 '
South the:Newnan.stands ; Importers and dealers in Flower, Field and ,
: tbe l lower -
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M small boys 'in the, neighborhood for j*O* 43* -<3' O ''O* O> Garden Seeds. Grasses,clover, bulbs seed potatoes
> .ct of all others as"yet-;; the.frogs to stock the preserves. For city. This makes it sufficiently clear, and fruit trees in their season, Conducted
by relatives thetate Richard Frotscher. Order
_ ; ',W6ul4'. it noti; pay' tht. Floridagrowers five dollars one should.be able to buy no doubt, that frog farming is useless through Richard Frotscher's manual of 1896 or ,
a r :to)pick' off, the.first ,blooms send for one free.
enough: ,these creatures almost, to in districts far from a railroad, or too
:acid,both'them.,or. otherwise, destroy provide Egyptian plague, and ;)unceremoniously remote from ,a metropolis, for frog
l 'tlMlitl.Wott. : : of the ,first, bloom are ,they must be' dumpedby flesh is delicate and unless the benefits -
,_;k .. 3 :killed: by \frost anyway, arid they the bucketful !into their new quarters of refrigerating car can be enjoyed -
'.or.->., :wo ufd :not' lose"much.' They; would ;: The first six months they are it will not.keep sweet and good When you '

: \thereby'prevent. feeding the thrips, best left to their.own devices/Hous-e. during a .too long journey in hot plant seSis planl'FERRYS'
< {$; < ;and.the. .l late blooms I in .the fall keeping duies'and family cares are weather.

,also. ;.might :help: 'keeps:.them over sure to( keep them busy? and the,owner Situated in the least advantageously

:' ir. .-- water"*. ""':and.should,also be:destroyed of the ponds can feel confident the though? the rewards.for the slight ,efforts .
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.t; ;'.: JULIUS SCHNADELBACH; colony is thriving if ,the water shows! and outlay described, are ready
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b-: :: by;: ,1 "::;Grand. .Bay- ,.Ala..,,April .26,. 1897.I, an abundance of lively tadpoles, or and,handsome. A Always the best.For .

; ... hanging from the leaves and roots r A small boy, under wise surveillance sale everywhere.
?*" v '-: along the banks show clusters of tiny do all the .unpleasant work.
'- .-. i, -Frost Farming. : ,can D.M.: FERRY A CO?; '
fN :" / .- jelly-like globules. These ,are eggs He can catch and kill them sever the Detroit Mich'
Aslecriber: asks for-full, informa-- that require about one month for legs and then drop the body back i in

__ j ion:about frog .f fanning., Caving.hadioexperiescewhatevel hatching. .- the water for the greedy survivors to
in.that branch feed upon. In big granite-ware pails
TIME, FOR THE HARVEST.
,.' ;of:afnottlture l we.avap i ourselves of the legs are then sent on to market,
_ Hikl,.J6on from an article on the A pond stocked 1 in the late autumn the pails like the milkman's being '
r.>.; :'$ wet/lately: written:for the;Chicago, will not produce anything the first returnable and marked with the name FAIRVIEW PINERY., ,

':: :&ecadby: ,Millicent Arrowpoint: winter but directly spring comes of the frog farmer and her address.. >
"% ;. Tfee first ,requisite, for successful l found,and before,the.swallows;arrive I Except keep up (fences and an Choice i
: i is suitable l from the from the' for destructive snakes and fish .
frog farming, 'ponds, or a south voices ponds eye out
_ stretch of: low, ,well-watered grounds will denote ,that eggs are .being at- the farm's proprietor need have no P ,- '

:?- -wht'e.the'trogs. ;will ,never:, suffer for' tached to every available point, and at care as to her stock. A drought, how. ', PineappjePlants. .
,. !lack of mpisture. --rla.a: series.o! small night the croaking will rise to a ,wild ever, can do great damage in killingthe '
thrive and most For'this the male for -of and driving '
pools:they ; multiply roar. frogs are.res. frogs want water '
s tepidly.' Shallow: 'pools they ,ought ponsible. The croaking ,i is a well-. them deep in the mud in earch_ of' t& .-

t6.- ?. i :be;., well grown ,with water ,plants, meant effort at a musical ,courtship.By moisture, which they must have or -+ POR SALE. .'
_ +:, : -| viog; thick,'mud bottoms ,and not the'latter part of April or the 1st die.When I .- .
-1r.: 0;; "k,. than'ten.to: fifteen feet wide. of May the ponds ought to be overflowing the cold weather comes on I Smooth Cayenne II Home Grown II _
.'. A.series of pools is better than, an with young. frogs eager for the price of frogs' legs rises, for the .
I tiUfit J,of,marsh,: for the frogs 'are food. Slugs, insects, etc., they will free, lances who hunt frogs in the
lgriet to fatten .in them; more per- snap, up for themselves, and gladly. marshes relax their chase- and- the ABBAKA PLANTS. A SPECIALTY.
=Y:L .fe dy r protected ,against their enemies, eat bread.and meat. I frogs themselves go into the mud.
x 1- aWrd:more quickly caught for, market They do.not actually require regularfeeding Then the farmer gets her best results. F. N. PRICE, .

.' '. Atfl'.in a great spread, of boggy land,, unless the pond is very. She can-rake themuddy pond bottoms P. 0.; Box 449. ORLANDO, FLA.
_= ;- 9ak marsh; of course, will not. -serve much overstocked, but French. for fat fellows and keep up her
,< ; :. Aepwpose, and it is vain to.attempting breeders have'found by feeding they supply. .
.. '- '.' '.- :raising where droughts, are, frequent .produce more and better flesh for the! One pond should be untouched for
GROWN
:i .and severe.Beingin market: When the first spring hatching i from their buried inhabitants the HOME "". -,
'possession:of; 'two or three. of tadpoles .developes into lively spring crop of tadpoles must be -""

,";; .>'.'. suitable ponds,the first step in their frog life the, ponds begin to offer the raised.. '
1t '. r preparation) .is to have them well-raked owner profit.. A_ thrifty venture can be made, as Pineapple Slips ,
.j ?:'7.:: to.fieoif the, water is frequented by As the article, from which we gatb one English breeder has shown, at '

'f3''_:--..*-r,''''' -HMAes/for;(/ frogs ,and 'water serpents ered the above information was, writ forcing frogs under glass. This and Suckers ?
:t't: :/__' :hiienothing"in: common. If the pond ten for, women who wished to under- woman patched up a forsaken greenhouse -,
or-ponds hold,anypickerel these.mustbe.hed take frog farming the writer adds:, ordered its earthen floor hollowed Of the Following Varieties

(: "" --L& .. too,',else. the frogs will "With: a small boy to assist her, a pair out as a pond and, under this '
'jr' .' .et survive their _ :7': ; ,.smaU.fish as make ponds their a net, the feminine proprietor should frogs hatching and maturing all win-:
r oases may;be'allowed to live unmo1sd.but'at ,- then learn how to wade right i in and ter. ABBAKA, PORTO Rico, EGYPTIAN:

:t\-:', a distance'of about two catch frogs. Early.in the season' if aplucky t of QUEEN, GOLDEN QUEEN, Rwzj-
famous Belair
+" from'the water's edge,a wire:net far-seeing ,woman, she.' willhave The orange grove QUEEN, SMOOTH CAYgNNEPER-
:. the late Gen. Henry S. Sanford, at
lt '. should encircle the miniature a, round of visits i .
: .:i cc -- .. gone among Fla. is be sold under foreclosure NAMBUCO AND RED SPAI H.: :t7:
; :;,::. ;:' ma pw* either the, fish dealers in the nearest Sanford to r'f.- : !
\ >;' { ,' the i l made. deals di. .of :a mortgage, for some $30- to :; '; *';:"
: This is intended to bar,out espec-- large city, >r practical APply. ; .'j,;'
.' *By bkter enemies of Master Rowley\ rectly with the hotel proprietors or 000 Amsterdam, held by Hon.N. Y.John who Sanford few. of [G. 0. MATTHAMS, :.f'S!:
e a years
and
At-fcrm-yard ,ducks and geese andnidaight restaurant keepers, bargained to
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: married Miss Sanford Pineapple Ceapftsy :
ago ,Ethel one : .
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prowler l certain number of
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':" about ., ,. of the of General Sanford's daughters. Mrs. Or to -
? netting ; 'lour feet: high ort : frogs' legs everyday wee c. ,.
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," :":." _more:will serve this purpose, and 1-is ,She will'be sure to find. already Sanford and' her other children now MADDOCK & :MATTHAMSfWeatPalmBeft .. ,; ; -

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N. < from the_ ,water's.;edge, ,shade they'must receive 'the delicate meat, "'". ..;'''f-
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: Poultry.Mated ::: \ Testing should be done in a dark ; Stock. '

;;.,- ; A y- room by placing the,eggs large end up - - !
', :, -. by. .8. 8.BeLAKOT.- Apopka,Fla.- against this elliptical\ hole. In this Interesting ExperimentslnJ:Feeding 8
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,;:: The Sitting";Hen.-No. 2.. air,cell and>y turning the egg the a'two year old colt was fed for and fall treatise on,fpnyinf frail -
: and vegetable crop mailed free. AddrtM
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:. .'".- :We used to,think it was important will be brought to y ew. This can of badly molded'and worm eaten corn !IuuunwIPunmuntnnIUII'nmQflPftIIIPUIUlllUftDLuck ---.: .

_ ,"=te;irpriiiklethe eggs with'water about be distinguishedclearly on the third along with,hay. Front January 3 toMarch .

-- (t tkc eighteenth i in 'order"to have a or fourth day, but, we usually test i artificial cultures o'f molds
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.. good, hatch. But ,if the eggs havegoodvigorous twice, on the fifth and fourteenth days. on bran, mixed with dry bran were
f However, if we are busy one with No harmful : :
; germs, are,from,vigorous very fed good hay. results :
'_ f parents that are not inbred, and testing will answer, and should be were observed.. A second colt, i ,
'.- the,hen-is allowed to come and go made on the tenth'day. With a very after having eaten moldy corn for I -

'... teheiiever! she wishes, the.eggs ':will: little experience the novice' will soon six weeks, was fed pure cultures of or Merit ? '
.t*Mtch';all. right 'without sprinkling inowt.dnest learn to tell the fertile eggs. An unfertile Penicillum glaucum for five weeks Our competitors bestRallroad say It's Lack that enables togetallthe '

t"7"Y : spring weather. However; egg will be as clear or nearlyas with no apparent ill effetcs all the Parks and Game tradethebest presences. Our anntradeAnd customers .
clear laid bay the fence on Its merlta..e. !! on its merits,
r$the eighteenth" day you had better as a newly egg, even At the Kansas Station corn smut and no one objects to the,good fact that goes with It. -
though it remains.in the nest for the waS PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO.,Adrian,Mich.
; -fgive, your; :hen :another dusting with entire (Ustilago maydis) extracted with
:, 1 iMDeathrtd:Lice:" 'It will not 'make, period of three weeks. In the :.alcohol, the alcohol evaporated, and
:. f.| the'eggs"hatch any better, but it 'kills fertile eggs the bright red spider-like the residue tested on guinea-pigs withno j R MONEY MAKER
: growth of blood vessels, which is -* *thrlftr indutrians hen.JJlabout ha
lice the, chicks! ill effect. chemicaltest
\lice aid are greatest apparent A and how to mate ta
";;,enemy.; :The dusting you: gave the barely visible on and the the third day becomes, gradually also failed to detect in the smut 100 Now pacMsprintea Poultry in Quldeforl ookmt bert plani_for 7.

f heii, when:you set her, .if ,thoroughly enlarges egg any alkaloid or nitrogenous base poultr houses;tan remedies and recipes
darker and until the for 4 eaIeL Bent for 15o.if you write now
I'done,;killed- the,lice'then on the hen more cloudy which might be poisonous. The au JOBS B133C2Z2, rand allowed her to sit in.comfort;and eighteenth day when .the egg is per- thor concludes that corn smut is not i x
\lcoDt ri mcnt.- The dusting' at this fectly opaque, excepting the air cell injurious'to,cattle and that it is notr r I

/time.will kill any that,:.may have es- which by this time should have en the:cause of the cornstalk disease.At mm *
J first have hatched larged to one-third the size of the egg. the Station the
caped the: dusting or Iowa following SMOKE YOUR MEAT WSERS L
; ,}ut'ince- then, and will insure the At about the tenth day you can facts were ascertained by experimentswith ( > LIQUID EXTRAcTM
pry chick's lice for few readily see the little chick move seed
freedom from a cotton and cottonseed meal : C RG t LA R.E.ICRAU3EHa BKIMItTOILPA
;j\F weeks at'l least When the chicks! are within the shell, if you look,closely. The milk and butter from cows fed '
rj 1;:. "i! about three weeksold it will be well Some eggs'are only partially fertile,' on steamed cottonseed costs less than C'UP. DA.T8SP.J1J "

";\. to give the hen another dusting as a that is, the germ has not vigor enoughto that from cows fed on raw cotton seed, -
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safeguard. The chicks will grow grow, to maturity and may die at and but little more than one-half as !IIDC!
faster .it.We any stage of incubation. These are much fed '
.enough to pay for as that from cows on cotton-
have'spoken of "Death to Lice" the kind of eggs that rot and produce seed meal. ffl.00. Eiprtss Q
because we consider it the best and disagreeable odors, and should be removed The butter from steamed seed is paid.. Will spray a 104cro
from the nest,as soon as dis- pet d5y. 73,000 In use. Sttl&ctloa jtufta
cheapest insect powder on the market. superior in quality to that from either teed of mener refunded l11' .d Catalogue and
:If 'you_can't buy it in your vicinity, covered. Those that die at about the raw seed or from cottonseed meal. Treatise on Spraying sapid to wanted sedative .
territory given. sellers Many
fifth will
be known '
-day by the brightred
,: i we will 'take pleasure in 't telling you The, opinion that cottonseed meal of our agents are making from 110 to U5 per day.
where you can, get it. circle, about as large as a silver feeding even in moderate degree injures p.c.LEWIS uro. co.,u.x
However, ,as most Florida farmers quarter, on one,side of the egg, and the flavor of butter and gives ,
4 g _have an abundance of insecticide on the absence of the regular vein-like more solidity and a higher melting '

f' the place you might be able to make development of blood vessels which is point has gained considerable credence ands lorida.) r
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visible in the'live
and fertile If "
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av passable substitute at a slightly among dairymen. This investigationdoes -" ;<
-,) t less not removed this bright circle will en- indicate that ,F4 Y:k"
cost. We have used the following not such results may 'Oranges
:' }i' receipt with good results (if you large and gradually fade until it extends be expected from the use of the feed -" :'i.
'wiah' make longitudinally around the egg in within the here -n : -
i to .a larger quantity use amounts range reported orts : '
same proportions): Air-slacked: lime, and the contents become clouded and viz: two to sixteen pounds. .Jt ;:. .t : .

'i pound; flour sulphur, x pound finest finally completely rotten. Those that 'The work of both the Iowa and the [nvestments : : .

,tobacco,dust, I pound crude carbolic die at about the tenth day will be:sure Texas stations does not indicate any. -, r ."
:acid, 2 teaspoonfuls; mix thoroughlyand to float about when the egg'is turned, particular disturbance of the composI- Jevelopments ; :r: ,
the contents are, clouded throughout, :;
tion flavor of butter from ;"
use liberally. quality or .
There is one, other important thing with dark pots, and no veins or blood feeding cottonseed meal in quantitiesnot I Attractions -. ;-. : .

: that comes'in with the care of a. sitting vessels can be seen; while the live exceeding five pounds per day. Addr", ; :;

hen,,and that is egg testing, which germ will,give the greater portion of Inasmuch as this is, perhaps, as ex < :.
the G. D. ACKERLY, a
an'even dark
has already been referred to. The egg appearance, tensively as it will ever be advisableto -t- "
;development of the chick within the which, under a very strong light,*will feed the meal in Iowa it is safe to eCUCMAL MSSEMCCH Ace NT. "'''; ._ n

'' egg is'a very! interesting study and the have a distinct reddish tinge, and if conclude that it may 'be used as a THE TROPICAL TRUNK NE, : .....'..t--. ., 2

'beginner? ;will! do well to test frequently you look thick closely you within can see the the shell em- dairy feed without injury to the,butter :..... JACSONVILLL.FLORIDA. :. .f'-: '. 4
bryo moving atabout'this
and learn all he can about product when circumstances are The vegetable growers have been:: '
little will
A
time. practice
and incubationand such to warrant its use.
germ development as successful with their spring ,
very crops.
enable detect the fertile F'
soon to
you
its natural laws. An addi The Mississippi station discovered
considerable
For two weeks shipments of ,
tional reason for testing the eggs is, eggs. Try it It is interesting, it is that red clover hay has only 48.4 per magnitude have gone forward : a

TM, that by removing those which .will not wonderful have ; so their much life so time that in some men cent of crude fat while crabgrass hay and returns have been very satisfac

hatch the hen can give better care to spent studyinggerm has 509.., Red clover hay has 59.7 tory. A few shipments that went-out ,

.,the remaining, So don't ,neglect the development. per cent of crude 'protein (muscle- west found a slendtr market iind'the -1
.. J. R. LYMAN. making material) while crabgrass hay -
egg testing.. Melbourne Fla. checks received for such shipments
,If you haven't an egg tester, make -sq. has 55.1. were too'feeble.to impart to this stall.

fd, one., For several\ years we used one The Miami correspondent of the .. community contagion of finaeckl '

made out of,a pasteboard box, such as Times-Union says: "F. S. Morse, a There must be a demand for pine enthusiasm.-Yalaha item in Lees- : =

{ rolled oats and PettijohnY breakfast real estate man, says that within the apples, as we heard one one of our burg Commercial. 1< '

"X': food,come in. Cut a hole in last thirty days he has sold thirteen neighbors say that he was authorizedto Mr. J. H. Sadler certainly has a

large enough to let a lamp ,chimney tracts of land to actual settlers. These buy fifteen carloads for one firm. wonderful field of tomatoes oa the :

-*',. through and ,another, elliptical, oregghape3 tracts contain from ten to forty acres This looks as if our pineapples are south shore of Lake Apopka, some :

,in one side so as to come each. It is fair to suppose that the ,going to be wanted. Everyone is eighteen acres. The plants are all
,opposite! to the lamp flange: A little other real estate dealers have sold busy preparing for the shipping sea- staked and tied up and contrary to:.

.- j :measuring! and experimenting will equally as:' much. This gives the son of pineapples. Packing houses" the novel appearance of the slraggy .

c sops show you how and,where. Don't public some idea. of what is being are springing as' if by magic, andthe growth of the tomato plant, his looks '
( '" ?ir4f 'the' elliptical .hole too large. done in this line of-real estate, exclu musical sound of the hammer is : neat, and Mr. Sadler deserves,credit

< k!'he.vbox,will probably not be tall sive of town lots. These lands are all heard''' on all sides making improvements : from his neighbors for his good exam,

\:)} "it gt ,,but a;few: books. or a ''cigar bought t'for. truck farming, 'pineapples of different kinds.-Jensen item pIe,. and profit' to himself.-Oakk&d '
bwtoa:each side ot the lamp: will and citrus'fruit culture." in Titusville. Advocate.-. item in Orlando Star. .: -;' """ ',.
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'> .''l\eClot1 !ng- 3fmill is now in (Grandma.For .

W .. :operation making i up the' seconds in-: Our Rural Home. Time Table NprO-In Effect June 115, 18 96.. .

't 'U td'sugar.' the mill, will continue. tot I It should be and'generally! is a hap .

A run
-_ crop of sugar will be compfetafe '- : to love and care for, and they in ', .
; .made will be STATIONS. I No,37____ 1'0209 .' STATIONS. No.78 No 32 No208Lv
TheSugar ...
_ .' their turn are:very helpfuL. To keep Lv Jaek'ville. lSa l'05 ::::::::::: z:::, -1I18Uala.... -6 I OOa-"-- -...... -510a -:...:.-. ......
.ippt .bc ;:feffdett afa'd sold: Kissimmee st.A'g'ne..l 35 ..... ......, ....a. FtLau.rd' 5 boa ...... 'l24a ...... ....:.
_ r is doing something to help. Lv ...... ...... ...... ...... Llnt n.... 652a ...... 938a ...... ....... :
x" Valley;; It is a mistaken kindness that allows Ar Palatka...1115Oa---- ," WP Deach 'l3Oa .....11108 ..... i.....
Lv Palatka... ,, ...... .II WJupiter 8 ala ...... l240p ..... ..;...
Hbw-to: make the LeConte'pear, so' her to think that her days of ... ......
..... .1. ..... :Jensen. 8 59a 312p ...... .
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Ar San Mateo I .a..L, Eden ....', 9 .4a ,..... ...... ......
: abundantly grown in Florida, profit- usefulness are 'over. Let her know Lv San Mateo n lOa ,.... ..:. '.. .. .. II ... 326p
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: Ft Pierce. 9 fOa ;: ) ...,.. ... ..
able has long'been.an' unsolved proti. that her rugs are the prettiest and her Lv.. Ormond... '12--1-66p ...... ...... ....... Sebastine.l0 39a ...... .8p..... ...... .
Dartona.. 1 alp ...... .. .... ...... Rosland.. 1144a .... .... ...... ...h....
:. tern; and"so discouraged have many yarn stockings the warmest that ever PtOrange 118p ...... ..:... ...... ... 'I Melbourne II 23a ............. ...,.. ...... t
? N Smyrna 150p...... ..._ :..... ...... ...,..
become th they have almostabandoned' were knit: Loving grandchildrenshould EauGallie II 33a ... .,....
growers h.
.TitusV1lle 253p ....... ...... ...... Rockledge 1206p ...... ...... ...... ,,,...
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_ their orchards and allowed keep her supplied with mate- .. Cocoa.... 331p ...... ...... .. ...... .. COcoa..... 1209p ...... ....... ....... .....
the fruit to to waste. A solution rial do work she fan- Rockledge 3p ...... ..... ...... ...... TItusville 12 ClOp....... ..... .. ... ......
..' go to any easy may Eau Gallie 403p :..... ...... .. ....... to N Smyrna 260p ...... :.... .. .
,ix 'is rio w'\.iri' sighT with' a< good prospect cy. It will hurt her to say she is too Melborne. ...... .. .''.y .. pt Orange 222p ...... ....... ...n....
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Roseland. 413p.. Daytona. 223p......... ...... ....
of successful teh ination. D. old and must not work so hard, and SebasUne. ...... ....... ..... ..... '. Oomond.. 2(5p ..a... ..".... ... .. .....t

E.], Thompson, deputy'collector of-iriternal she'can be kept from doing things beyond U" Ft F4en.Pierce..... 605p............. 'lOa....... .......... U E PaJatka 423p ...... ..,... ...... ;i
632p 518a
,; ; revenue *,-, has' returned from : her strength: by the other better '. Jensen... 637p...... 531a ..... ...... Ar San Mateo I 55 EfJp ::::: == :::::: :::::: '
W Jupiter 'l Wp .. 807a....... ., ... LV' San moteo 300p ...... ...... ._... ......
'Tallahassee where he had been to investigate WP each 8Ova 1.".... 930a ...... .,.u. Ar Palatko... {ClOp :, -::- :::::: ::::::
as to 'the I advisability of, es .way.Somebody with good eye-sight Linton.... 842p ...... 11 08a ..... ...... Lv Palatka... 4 C Op ...... ..... ...... '
f' FtLau'rd' 935p ...... .115p ...... ...... Ar St. A'g'ne. 5lOp :::::: :::::: :
tablishing spedal'bonded-warehouse might cut all the pieces and sort, the L'monC'ty l020p........ 3001> ...... ...... Lv St.A'ir'ne. 515p! 'lXa( ) ...... ...... .......
i .. for the' purpose of depositing brandy colors' for her: patchwork, or find her Ar Miami. ...110 SOp ...... 325p ............. ArJack'v1lle..635p 8158 ,...................

t ',...' ears and other fruit. needle when she loses it, or "pick up Train 209 between Fort Pierco and Miami r
: Trie1 warehouse'wilF:be established'by the stitches" when she drops them. I:dally except Monday. A. & w. BRANCH.

th 'goverI lDenf: i if there is a probability I Why should anyone tell her _that Trains 31,a"2, 37 and 78 between jBcksonville 3 No. I STATIONS.I jNo..2 No. 4

of enough brandY'' being made ready-made hose can be bought aboutas and St. Augustine daily. 205pl9 20a) LV: New SmJ'rna Ar'l35p 600P
c All other trains south of St.Augustine daily 2 fOp'10 68a Lv. Lake Hellen..Ar 12 50p 4 00p
to justify Metropolis.: cheap as'one could buy:the threadto 301p,11 22a Lv Orange City Ar 12&9p 338p

; I&ferritig'tb'dur $oo-acfe corn field knit ,then She would hardly believe .. except Sunday. .. 305p 112Oa Ar Orange City Lv 12 Ldp 330p

: : ,in' last- Banner,- we' stated tHat these it., It was not so a few years
: These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to amve'at and
_k :. ,:,:: : lands rented'at-$3 per acre. We'.have ago, when she not onty knit all the depart from the several stations but their arrival or departue at the stated Is not guaranteed
'" .' stocking but the with which nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising
,; ;:: ?since* >eeir informed they rent'$3' for spun yarn therefrom. For further information call on '

i. -, each crop' grown; arid w' several'in they were knit. ,
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Y J. D. RAHNER, G. C. FLOYD, Agent,
l1l stances;they are planted to four and ;It is a good plan to save all the old
226 W. Street.
Ass't Gen.Passenjer Agent Bay
j-- -fivecrops-each: year. One party> wholeased'teti'acies' clothes and rags suitable for rugs, tear ;

: in4 July,' planted same the strips'ready to knit or braid and if

i in-millet. for fattening beef.cattle; and ,there are not enough bright, colors, and about half the of The Young Oreeper.
save me amount
.' in.cukes sonie and color them for her.
in September: was planted get dye
cleaning. She told me to wipepff mother who has :little
tie Every a one
Diamond wonld little
in dyes
? beans, and.squash, again planted very and kitchen shelves twice a
,;ti : November in peas, 'and in December trouble'and are cheap. pantry near the creeping age will, I am sure,
week with solution of it then
a
&* V in lettuce, again planted.in Februaty Anyone is' well paid for this little and strong the welcome anything which will reduce
wipe dry sprinkle powdered
in beans and the week trouble, for while she is knitting,
'. i.. during past borax over the shelves and spread the amount of washing necessary to
'-.". was planted in corn, making six crops Bright,'happy thoughts-of days gone them and will be them ''0
newspapers aver you keep fairly presentable. veralls' -
this land and by are mingled with the colors she'weaves'together.
on within\ a.-year
grown *
safe from all'such intruders. have been all the style for little
order .
r, rented at 818.. In to plant more
.t than one crop, the drills are'made; four If there dome sad thoughts divert Borax has become the cheapest as boys and girls for some time. They

feet and within tWo'Weekf maturity her mind with a bit of news or read a it is the safest and most effective cleansing caff be bought ready made,>with bibs

of, each crop, every other row is again little story. Grandma's eyes are not preservative agent now used. It and straps going over the shoulders,

t' planted, which" gives sufficient room strong enough to see to read'maybe' is such an excellent disinfectant and exactly like those worn by men,, except

... for. working; the young, plants and not and don't allow yourself to feel it a purifier ror one's cellar and the kitchen a to size,are slipped on over the

> injuring the maturing crops.-Ocala task to'read for her, and if'you put her sink. I think every housekeepershould clothing and are as easily removed

: "' : ,Banner. to nodding'you may know she enjoys know of it, because of its value when callers drop in.

; .; ... both' the reading and the short nap in spring cleaning, and then there is no To be sure, they look comical,. butso

; :: Our people appear to be going be- 'sndthe' reader need not feel that his danger of poisoning one's favorite cat do many garments which are the

:5 ,' reft over the orange industry again: efforts are in vain. or pet, and your children are surely latest style. .
: The fever has assumed the lime
_ : orange The will come when grand safe. I believe mothers dress' their chil-

1- .vln ilencyof-the early '8o's ,and every ma's'chair will be empty and every It's only by experience,. and the more' sensibly now tharr formerly.
-:{, one; seems possessed: with the idea : '- '
child will have that
something pretty kind heart of a neighbor or friend that Outing: flannel], duck and ginghamhave

.. 4 that; little of anything else can be .she made; too sacred to use, but just one learns day by day something help- been replaced! with white for
the freezes
":K.. successfully grown.' _After to "keep to remember grandma," ful. It is our duty to tell of such remedies ,- common wear.
-- of 1894; and 95 considerable, effort dear:old grandma. M. M. and we should take pleasure in '
: made toward field' In some of the wealthieSt.families
was, growing' crops',' _
-- of that has
giving or speaking anything
The little into"bl'oomers
and with considerable success Al: girls are put
Help: in a Southern Household.BY benefitted us, and not be like the woman of some dark wash '
5s*. most every man who kept stock. produced goods, as soon as
that if her orcharddid
a. w rejoiced
they begin to get'about t and'allowed
4, enough-corn; hay and fodder KENTUCKIENNE. bear ,
not that year-her
.v<'". :. for his own use: In the'summer and neighbors'did their freedom for the greater goUion
: not either. 0 such Life
: a spirit I. of each
Y: full the. business ;U '-. fI89S.t grain .Pot Our Rural Home: would not be worth living if all of us

';" .. ;'J\:"';' ': Land ;dropped: to- almost nothing I have' always felt indebted to a practiced that doctrine, and felt it in have found the Bishop dresses the

:: :; Even in '96 considerable grain and dear Southern'friend and housekeeper our hearts ; we would need a mission- eeasist to make'and: to launder, The
t ,
-.-k : _,'' .. hay were raised; but this year: the effort for a few ideas', in regard to saving ary. I had long known the medicinal front and back are cut alike, with a

=, '<.T'-:: ;:: 'will be very light: Only a few time in cleaning hotjseat, the same time virtues of borax,.how useful it is for slightly goring seam under the arm.

_':;.tt "" i :' of our people will try to grow coin: ''securing: a healthful atmosphere: I babies' sore mouth mixed with honey, The sleeves reach to the neck and are ,.

; -.i' :;- .: There" ar.eno: .four well stocked grain was so' worried with the small ants, but in emergencies such as burns or gathered, with the dress;into a':bind

-, :**-{: stores in DeLand, besides a small and' the also until : have them of flannel
., .- .. large'ones she told cuts it is quite as good, and heals ing..I outing
af. ,
:' + stock kept by general merchants for :me to use powdered borax dissolved speedily. It is cleanly and cooling, for winter and print for summer:: If

c ;*- accommodation' of their 'grocery in wat t. It acted like. a charm, and and the children don't seem to objectto wellstretchedwhenbung on.the lineto

,y- ; patrons and all appear to be doing saved me'so much work, that I felt it as they do to kerosene or carbolic .dry, they do very well' ,without

-!: --":: ,good'bU6i In.the'summer of'there1 every Southern' housekeeper in the acid and'other' remedies. I could not ironing, which is a great'savis'g of

:. -,-:",'. :.-' were but two grain-stores in DeF ; I laird rlgni'to' be using it. If helped keep'house'without it on my kitchen labor where they are soiled so' rapid
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;! .f:. ''Thin Blood I (j White Complexion.Doctors boxes for $2.50[(they are never 'sold in been ternSTe t>t and 1ie1jli b n sskddalid:

,; bulk or by the"100), by addressing Dr. prom responded to by. .(Congress It fM Potash
-, \Villiams' Medicine Co., Sehenectady, iHat tile subsidence of the waters ore
:., Id: :,; Diagnosed the' Case ai' Heart N. Y. y will, be'tod'late for cotton planting,
..... IU.. o1aud Consumption=But the Sym- andm y result in much sickness' the
,' .., ttaris Were Due to Watery BloodAlondatl&Dlaappeared Railway Commissions coming'seasph of-,hot-weather,, [ in the fertiliztdft appllred

.. < ;. When. The commissions of Georgia, South I Lower freight rates tm short,,hauls _
t 7 Blood t wak, Enriched. Carolina and North Carolina seem,to be would greatly help' tho sands- of our on t1icf im means
.I tim' Prulyteiian Journal, Pftttatfa, Pa. giving satisfaction and are accomplishing farmers who are obliged to see ,railroad '
;: .. Afterpe a rs of patient and intense suffering great good. The following extracts froma charges absorb') most of their1 profits'on' and better
...o' ;- Miss Gertrude 'Gilbert has recovered letter from the chief clerk of the North loiws-prkedfarm' rodu ti} While'tbe In- larger 1 yields
her health aiuHs to-day7: a rosy Carolina commission, is given in evidence rc :law'wad framed and is
,and blooming specimen of young woman of what we have above stated, supposed to equalize' freights-the_Small: ofi crops, perrifanentiiriproVemerit
hood. Miss Gilbert's illness which was North Carolina Railroad Commision. shippers such:as wish! to move pro! .
t of several years duration,:was due,mainly BAUEQH, Feb. 11, 1897. duce onlyashortdlstance, do'riot receive of' the -
to a", I lack' of blood., TO-day her rosy Mr. W. H. Towles, Bartow, Fla. the benefits'they should:
I. ,cheeks and healthy 'appearance denote Dear Sir.-Replying to your letter *- .. !''soil and
'.J teful change from a- life of ill- bearing i date February 8th, 1897, relative
-< 'bear to'one of freedom from all illness: io.information in regard to the railroad The Cuban Tobacco growers'company
When a5*reporter called on her at her commission of North Carolina, I hand in Polk county, Florida, made tHeir firscrop tr: ;

Home, No.1919 Glen wood Avenue,Philadelphia you a copy of the commissioner's report ,of cigar leaf i in' 1896. (cur 4'out MQte' M
the young l lady: ran lightly! for the year 1896, and will! also send you about' one thousand1' pounds' ,of choice oney
down the steps with all the elasticity of in a day or so a copy of the governor's leaf per acre.1: ItWM Havana leaf grown,
youth. message in regard to the benefits'of the from the choicest'? of Vueltai Abajo.eeedj .
1 ,'-1 could not have done that eight railroad commission. the work of curing.being? done by,Cubans ;in the f farmer's pocket.

months ago," she said as she seated herself Whatever may have been: at the time according to Cuban methods. Late last
in'a big arm chair. of the passage of the act, the different month:this whole crop'was sold for$1.50 Ap about PoUib--the resulu 1 of Its use by actualex.periment .
on the best farms In the United Sute -is
"At that time," she contined, "had I views as'to the advisability of this, thereis per pound through in the bale l told iu a littl4 book which'..pabliih; aod will-f bdlfBuQ
rah down'the steps as I did a few moments now but one opinion that its wise andconservative '* fire*to any farmer in'America who will*write for it.
ago,'I would have fainted. With enforcement of the law has TheSumatra'se'edleaf grow in Florida GERMAN KALI WORKS/; ,

.: .. her eyes sparkling, and a vivaciousflurryin accomplished great good, and at the in 1896. the third generation from the W Naiaau"," St;,Ncw. 'VoA.
her manner; Miss ,Gilbert asked the same' time maintained a most friendly imported seed, is remarkable tobacco.
cause of the, reporter's visit. Upon be- relation'with the corporations. Proper The finest selections unite the texture, ;
ing told'that lie came to ask about her complaints for,abuses for overcharge of grain and aroma of Havana wrapPerswith
illness;'she' said that she would cheerfully freightS have been adjusted, better depot the lightness in: weight; thinness
.i relate her experience: "I have been facilities have been established at many and light*colors so popular in' Sumatra:
wonderfully benefitted that within the points, discriminations corrected, freight wrappers.- 4TAIOGU
past eight months I have grown from a and passenger tariffs revised and equalized ., # *

mere skeleton to ,what you now see. I i properly, express rates and'tariffs I
had.been sick for a long time, when a simplified, telegraph rates, rules and regulations A loud squawk,, says the American ,
friend urged- me to try Dr. Williams' prescribed. 'Agriculturist, comes from the 'sti'ust This-'bodtr Bhoaia 'be In" the'

Pink ,Pills for Pale People. Previous to The people have enjoyed the, advantage :- ; Its' organ; the Sugar Trade hands of all planting who wish It to Is be a iuocessmilft safe
this three doctors had treated me. They of lower rates, and were relieved Journal for March 25; commenting upon guide to right,seeds and right
diagnozed my trouble as heart disease, From the evils unjust discriminations; ;he'farmers' success over the trust thus methods. It makes you ao
together' with consumption and prescribed so the course of the commission while far: in the pending tariff,says' : "If there ,4 qualnted withfirigory's
> a c rdingly. All tills medical highly beneficial to the people has not I iSn't: a systematic move .abroad1 I In the Stristhe .
treatment 'did not benefit me in the been unjust to the railroads and did not I and to destroy the'sugar refining indus ana
'
traritr reliability of
_' ,lastI: was in a terrible condition. prove injurious to them. i try, impersonated by the American sugar which; are Known to all successL. -
& There'was scarcely,any blood left in my Again, this'commission has the asSessment refining company,it certainly'looks very ., JulPlanterL'IGregory'l.8eed
'composition, and my friends often told of railroad property and the same much'like it, and.the.tariff: bill is''appar- \. to catalogue Is anywhere.sent free of charge'to
me' they'thought 1 was the victim of is equalized and apportioned to'the different --ently to be the instrument for its'accomplishqent. ., anyone J. r. H eilaaoey ,. sox,
: blood disease. My chief trouble was counties and towns throughout the }fo Jbardly'Nsee, howeVer" bi&tb1thead;Haas:,
weakness, and after laborious efforts to state in proportion to mileage and valua- why Amferican-farmerff shohld crow over : '

aet'up stairs;I almost, went into a faint; tion. H. ,C. BROWN, Clerk. '':he changing of impdrts&of<< > : raw sugar .
f and on several occasions thought I wagoin'g into cheap1 foreign. refined. Naturally, J
to die. Commission Needed. the higher:the price:of refined sugar m
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"So' little blood' had I that: my ears The carload rates from Leesburg on this country, from whatever} : cause, the The CuDan' strugglcstill'goea 'oiL The
remainder the
for of
''aim and is 'better for the interest of the insurgents; seaSon -
: Vere transparent, my complexion 20,000 pounds $130,00 to'Augusta.Th" hhme'sngarwet '
: in the
4 was as white as a sheet; I can carload rate from Rochester, N. Y. to producers(,'and; can't see iii what, way ,'will have a'strong ally "yellowfeveri'butbave' -
little aid from
scarcely> describe my sensations but Augusta is $62.00, the distance being the existence of ttif sir.'trtiet is detri. United States. hope'of '
:; :after repeated! treatment by my physi- three times as great and all rail. The mental to the domestic'beet'sugar industry the .
,f iansj oecauie V thoroughly discouraged."It rates are too high experience teachesthat ,"' Itis well enough, for" th e trust's *- *-- *-<
was at this time that Dr. Williams' without the intervention of eState side of the case tp Be fairly understood; the'
It is estimated that M tsai ippi
Pink Pills recommended to me, andy Commission or the inter-state commission =- 'but:that combination has' had,' its' own
y procured a box. Before I had finishedit will continue too high and, of 'way so long ,arid'! was*' 80' favored': under river flood'will reduce the, cotton crop
half million bales.
,began _to feel the benefit of my course, the producers of Florida will,con the WilsOn tariff;. that it naturally.\feels this one ap'd'a will cover the anticipated Possibly
health. This" gave me encouragement, tinue to suffer. A railroad commission hurt to find the farmers> on tope .whetherthe from excess.
and I began a systematic course according in Florida is needed, and the powers of trust or the farmers succeed; in the an enlarged acreage. '
to'the' regulations on the wrapper: the inter-state commission should be, en- senate's action oil the tariff remains to ra *

At,the'end of the seventh'or eighth box, larged. These can only be,accomplishedand be seen.General'. ,
I1 forg which, I was an entirely different producers and shippers be protectedin *' *- Tariff legislation is, exciting. lees disturbance ,
V' V girL In addition to having a'sufficient their rights by the Florida Legislatureat I than, .expected The Dingley -
and its session railroad :Riviera; MaceoV> c isor-t'9; bill something on the line of tke old
,quantity better quality of next enacting a the -
command t of the Cnibii1surgezih
fr blood in my.veins', I was relieved of that commission law and electing to the Senate the : cKinfey..biU..waa promptly paseed by
has been captured Spanish army
shortness! of breath and quick heart ac 1 of the United States a man who is i bye .1 the House of Representatives with a
Some by treachery; It .is: another
say : retroactive clause it operative
tion' which' Ji ins been' my: chief trouble. known to be in favor of strengthening the making
heavy blow to the Cuban cause but will 'from;!itl time*of the Howe.
,My appetite returned; and I was enabled inter-state commission law: Every pro- make the littlaarmy'znore.determined:: passage by
.. to do my daily duties with a cheerfulness ducer and shipper iii'Florid is vitally than ever: The'heartof the American The Senate will probably take laager

,,- which I had never before experienced interested in this matter and it behooves :people is'With the' Cuban insurgents:for .,time for its consideration.Beware ., .
; them to take a hand in securing; such '
"Several weeks ago l I stopped takingthe' legislation and in seeing that the right liberty are as they with hearts the' Cretans.otthe', Europeanpeople But the of Ointments for Catarrh
pills and whie r' eel confi- man is elected to the United States Sen;
Powers are with the rs. How that: Contain Kerc tt
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,0PPress
dent -lshall never again be iIi' such ill ate. To the accomplishment of this. end ? '

health, I'always:as'a! preventive.:,Keep ,a, they should all work.-Leesburg Compmercial. t long *" as1 mercury wi l'' surely destroy tthe seaw,
boX' of Dr. Williams Pink, 1'lli8 in my # of,,smell and ,completely: !aeraofie; the
room.; They.are all they are represented Tut, tut, neighbor Commercial. Know Thus fat'effozb"atestabliehing'cauning'' i whole system when entering, it
to be, and I say again that to them, and you not these railway companies are' o n : factories in the South have beeri spasr, the mucous surfaces; Bach
a their fLo.ne'! ,'do'I'owe my, restoration to the "verge of,bankrUptcy" by their o on- mbdic. Probably greater, mon-of should neYgrfce'tied! 'exceptonpr eorip-
health cessions ,already How can they put the vegetable! jroaucta of Florida: go to lions' from' reputable physiciaue,as .tea
Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills contain, in a' three hundred thousand dolIam'mto a ,waste' and many: of the grpwers'even" depend damage they will do is tea fold1 to the '"
- condensed form,'all the, elements necessary parlor of a grand 'hotel if they get )less a" good, portion o'f.Northern the year' on 'jrtod;yotrcan1 possibly/derive from thee.
to give new life and'richness to the than $160 for hauling a carload of freight canned goods frdm the states I HaU's Catarrh: !ure.inanufectarod jay F'.
blood and restore' shattered nerves. onethird'thediStance that other companies and California The'trade pdtth gg'up. "J.: Cheney & Co.:, Toledo; 0:, contains M'mercury
They.'are 'also a specific for troubles haul three times as far for $62? canned goods can,only be successful by ahd Ii takefl internally, acting
peculiar to females;, such as suppression You should be more considerate in your the:most'systematic, economic management directly jipon,the blood' and mao&w surfaces :
v irregularities' and all forms of demands.-Southern Ruralist. and thbrotighnefe.) WiititJerseverance of the system.. In buyljj) :Hall's
n weakness. In men they,effect ,a radical in these metnods' and submissioif 'Catarrh Cure sure you get tb flwoitw,
cure*' in all cases arising. from mental' Some one calls the "Father of Waters" some losseYand) discouragementewithoutabandonment'of the South ( mdin1
the
worry, overwork,or excesses .whatever, unnatural father. It must resemble manufacture enterprise,canned, goods do.; : ; ; ,
!j nature: Dr;Williams' Pink Pills si a sold prehistoric times when the waters of the cannot only them] ; does moniaUfree: ]
by all dealers, orwill be sent pot -r id Gulf extended to the Ohio river. The for California Her oWn use, but'expbrt as &Sold by druggiete;r rpdeet'16eaper'r. ,-

:on'receipt of price, 50. cents a box or six: destruction wrought by:the overflow'has : ottle.

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i7 'IT.: .fl W riMJrn.er. '.mi, Frail -- Grouter will'raise the'temperaturefrom or wastes of barren sand, the colony immediately should arrive,enforced shot-gun.quarantine was

? Mr. M. Knick has suffered for under the reproach by irresponsible
four to 'six degrees. years
the
:i'Weel : Newpapef published t16'\ Main parties on mainland of Florida and
; 'f -,?aged" Jacksonville.Fla.SUBSCRIPTION. erbocker, of Lawtey, had figured' apIan ot a gigantic fraud for which its our city denounced as a hot-bed of fever

and partly executed it, to sur- inhabitants were in nowise responsible. and infection; every case of sickness, no ,

0- _' round each of 'hiS trees with a tent of It, appears that even this was not matter what, was_ magnified into yellow
T1.1i 0:1':

-,. "-Ia,o.e.Year ."...... ..... .:..................1a.oO cheap material, such as grain sacks or enough, but that, as long ago as 1889, fever unnecessarily; trade was paralyzed alarmed;; the quarantinewas people

the Ih 1IGatJ I....................:. ,.....,r.oo zunnybags, and keep a lighted lamp suits of ejectment were brought against enforced against us by Texas and ttie

*ai* >Yonlftt, Countries .......i....m........ 3.00. in it over night. He had figured that, about seventy of its citizens.. The Mallory steamers not allowed to come to

.. .I- Syfiabflcripidons" in all cases cash in after the first outlay, the expense wouldbe .:very number of those against whom the wharf ; cargo and passengers had to .

1 rJ advance.:, No discount allowed on one's trifling each year, and he tested. the I.these indictments were brought showed be lightered; no one avoided had any confidence

'own rabwaiption(except in a club), but to plan sufficiently to find that it afforded that it was a blackmailing scheme,. in us were; everyone plague-stricken and us as no thoughwe remon

all allowed a hberalash commission will material protection. pure and simple, and the victims unanimously strances wecould, make had any effect.

be on all subscriptions obtained I s4 determined to resist. To every But when the State Board of Healthwas

... ,by' them. Write for terms. We could'almost wish, for the ulti well.wisher of the residents in. that established, much against the

To. every subscriber, new or old,remit- mate .benefit, of the State, hat, the lovely but heretofore ill-fated regionit wishes of a great msny! unthinking people
v .ting, us $3.00, we will send the paper;one and got to work soon became
orange groves might not be restored must 'give hearty pleasure to,r..ad ap-
., year and a copy of Kqlfs' Vegetable parent that it was capable of protectingthe
r.J Growing In the South for Northern sa quickly as they seem likely to be, that the State Supreme Court has at welfare of the Commonwealth, and

L.e Markets post-paid.. For two new' 'Bubo at least not until the people have made last reached, the cases appealed to it after a brief existence proved its effic

:.; scribers,:.at $3.00: each, we :will send, more substantial progress in diversifying and dismissed the complainants' bills, iency. "

postpaid 0uIitre.", a copy. of Moore's; "Orange their crops. One thing which throwing the costs upon them. Let "Since it has become a penal offenceto

ought to be established is central sugar us hope that the colony may! hence circulate false rumors, we have not

Bates of advertising on application.. factories, or at least i improved diffu forth enjoy uninterrupted prosperity. heard so much about yellow fever.. If a
Remittances should be made'by check, vessel arrives from an infected port, or
4 sion pl.antsJor extracting the)juice of .
postal note, order or registered from where contagious or infectious dis
money.
letter to order ofJMJUOU2 the cane thoroughly, instead of the Let Florida Take Care of Herself: eases might exist during the heated
wasteful method of roller pressing and term of the year, whether she has sick- r
AD FRUIT: QBOWEB boiling now in in this State. House Bill No. 70, introduced into ness on board or not she is immediatelysent
_'. Jacksonville Fla. vogue the 'Florida Legislature by Mr. D. to the Government fumigating station -
:i f Chat WDsCoataBnelnet,Manager. The pure syrup from cane grown on Jones of Fernandina, to be entitled at Tortugas. thoroughly disinfected

pine lands,nicely clarified,boiled downto "An Act to surrender 'to the according to the latest scientific methods

: Moore'* -Orange'Culture..... ........ 81 00 a sufficient strength and skillfully United States Government the and there detained till all danger is re.
Rolf. Vegetable Growing in the canned up while boiling hot, ought to moved."
., ,South Northern., Markets.... 125 quarantine stations and buildings of
i---- ., make for this State a reputation for disinfecting apparatus of the State of Florida is loyal to the United States
producing a delicious and wholesomesweet
'U Government and would cheerfully
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Florida is that in ,
4. a measure our
3 f oo1TTENTaINecessity equal to the famous maple syrupof should be contribute men and money to its defense -
opinion carefully con
very
Pine land thor
Vermont
syrups, against a foreign invader. We
sidered and acted with the
f,0- for Small Books......... .. ......27' oughly boiled down and skimmed, on" great: should expect it to assist in any such \
i ?t;> GBOVB AND oa.CBnD-FIg: Culture .in the est caution.' '
ate simply unequaled for flavor juot
; event and to bear the chief
T
Gulf No. A tot her flanks Florida expense
.States Jj; Fungus Enemy covering own
the San Jose Scale;*Newqtrus.Varieties; even the finest article of honey is more covers also the flanks of the United and brunt pf; the defense. So oughtit

'* 'Propagation' Cuttings................. 275 delicious. States, therefore it would seem only to assist in the ceaseless fight
V "' Banana Culture in Honduras Pruning the .
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; against foreign pestilence. But thereis
'Orange- ; Slaughter of theInnocents.... 276 ,A Tampa paper, in defense of the just that the United States should a vital difference in this case be-

','\ TOBACCO: Tobacco in Duval County;Tobacco tourist, mentions that a single housein shoulder a part of the expense. But the defensive forces few, in
cause are
."'-* and Mineral Manure....:........._....... 277 that city sold $5,000.worth of goodsto how can the matter be arranged? It
} t numbers and
,PAKUBB ANDTRUCKER-Strawberries in tourists at the Tampa Bay Hotel. is not to be supposed that the United they are necessarily

.0 South Alabama in 1897......................277iv Though not equal 1 in economic valueto States Government would meet this nearly all officers; and two sets of

-i > Frog" Farming o..."..,.........................,.278PouLTRYrThe settlers however*hum- expense,in the form of a subvention to officers cannot cooperate.in harmony

Sitting Hen No.2.............. 279 ble permanent the latter be, deci the State Government. Even if this in the same identical territory. Oneor
they are
,
may
the other be and the
must
-v. '&IVB, STOCK-Interesting Experiments in; worth or a was voted to us-which is not probable supreme
cultivating as a
dedly
.:r., Feeding,........,.. ....<.....-,.......... .. 79 The crop of -it might be years before our State other must get out of the way. By
''"' s ''State Newt..,:,....-....." ,................... .-280 production of.Florida. people Treasurer'could collect it, if ever. all means, let the. Florida officers be
and Switzerland have learnedto
OXTR RURAL HOME-Grandma; Helps in a Germany: supreme in this matter and strenu-
If we surrender to the United States
s.... Southern Household; The Younz Creeper 280 appreciate at their full value the ously contend for their rights and for
all should
f '''Railway Commissions seekers and health hunters sour quarantine plant, we
Needed
Commissions; ; pleasure- -
the control of their sanitary and
The Sugar Trust and tie Tat Ifl........... sSj who leave so much good English and simply have to abdicate the entire san- plant,
ask no favors of the Government
'EDlTORiAL-Tourist Clubs Florida Take itary function, so far as the coast is
," ;Let American money in their hotels and
,, :!n,Care of Herself.:...............t..i. .... 282 their souvenir counters. concerned. The coast is everything ; On the seas the Nation, on the shore
at They
-v the State has control of the bulwarks
Markets rightful
; Chinese vs. Japanese Fruits for it is immeasurably more importantthan
1. Florida....,..............................'.,' 283 study to promote their comfortin every the interior. Do we want to do of defense against pestilence.
There "tourist clubs" of
,n-. : 'WKATUBR. 'AND CROPS-Government.. Bulldjv way. are ( it Simply because, in defending our-
this do
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-*' Un; Poisoning Cut-worms..It........ 284Thumbnsll natives, not of tourists themselves), Ought we selves we happen to defend forty

Pruning... ...................... 289 numbering in all hundreds of members, Florida can protect herself a great ,
f- "rGood Roads..........;........................ 288 who make it their business to deal better than the United States can other 'commonwealths, shall we pu-
,put up
----, all the forest roads do it, or, at least, better than the United sillanimously crave their assistance? ,
signboards along'
r ',Weather, in Jacksonville., and mountain to watch States ever would do it.* Last Then wrought to pay tribute to Georgia -
paths; keepersof
for the and
enriching log-floating
'" Week Ending April 26, 1897 tourist hotels to see that they do spring in the smallpox visitation at
of the Suwannee and the Chat-
... :: -: not charge extortionate prices; to fur- KeyVest we had 'a sample of the tahoochee water:

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nish guides of the most polite manners bureaucratic arrogance with which the

$- and several in National sanitary officials could act, .. ..
;.- speaking languages ; ,
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: short, to minister to every want, realor enforcing their decrees at the cannon's A writer in a northern paper says

/.., tl... l... 6l 64 TO 63 7 66! T maginary, of their wealthy visitors., mouth. There is no doubt of the of Daytona: "A very pleasant fear

: :::-i .n......... 64 64 75 Sj II 70 T Florida should take a lesson from these power with which the National Gov ture of municipal regulation is that
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.f. ., .2J.24.m..... 6s 64 68 67 77 77 15 18 68 70 ,10 0 thrifty'Europeans. It is quite possi: ernment can move in an emergency, shooting is absolutely forbidden with
ut .. .. .. 61 82 3 but when it comes to the ceaseless
".r 25 70 24 70 0 ble that a man might earn an easier in the limits of the corporation, which.
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-, ;;,9.,..: '" -- MWIt living by conducting fishing and hunt,. vigil, palroling the insect-pestered, fact has given birds and squirrels
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_., .. ;: 63 67 18 6 16 69 sweltering coast for months throughthe
make their
ing parties or by maintaining bicycle great encouragement to
:' .'?et<infall. burning summer, would they go it?
paths or keeping curiosity shops, than homes among the thousands of trees

*.. A. J. MITCHELL, Observer. by growing a crop of beans to becomea The officials of the Government'may that embower,the town. I have not

,- .. ;'\ ,prey to treacherous frosts. laugh at the Florida militia, but thereis in a long time, if ever, seen so many
p'
,- 7;It- b stated'that Mr. \V. E.'Parraenf. ,one institution they cannot laugh at, beautiful plumaged and sweet songed
that is the
and State Board of Health.It .
:: ; of Orange Park;near'Jackson- Probably no other place in the State ;: birds in such close proximity to human
is a tower of strength, to Florida.
.,:y il.! eintendsto: protect his orangey has been so handicapped, and paralyzed The Key West Advertiser well states dwellings. It is a ry'commol''thingto

1 building; light shed around for years by its malodorous history the see one or more bunnies gambol
case :
..i ht ie_and putting ,an oil lamp in 'as has St Andrews Bay. Cons recollects what hue and ., ing on the lawns within half a dozen
Everyone a
5 slide'of during frosty nights. There ceive
.Rio doubt that much 'protection:con company jn ,Cincinnati, who sold to slightest appearance of sickness in this do not* appear inclined, to raciest

y bt rfbfdcd. in' this-manner, as lamp their victims lots that were impene- State; if a well developed case of accli., them. -

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:" '"-:-t' ?, unsold at a late hour, ,which' will plOt ..'.
'q'i'--',,.. Tlarkets. 'j;<" 1y.have-to.go4 lower;; some of small .. 'TI3ciasi ;i':-: .''" >.'i1;
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f' .. are offering at 2.00. The Savannah '
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.;fT it'I'BUI1'8'AND'PBODUOE;: JACKSONVILLE. .,,April.30,1897.. _:. ,I and latter receipts hardly price ranged is quotable.very from extreme 2.50,Florida to at 2,75 the stock but,close the is NATIONAL BANK OF .FLORIDA, :; ; .. 1

mostly and of irregular value. A
< Corrected poor[
: by Marx Bros.' JA.CX SONVIILE.
Tfewe are avenge quotations. Extra choice few very choice Florida cucumbers were J
:.lets fetch prices above top.quotations,while poor placed as high as 2.00 to 2.25, but the The Oldest National Bank in the State. .

.. \..>.4 A:lotsseUlower.' ;.;.;.........................bbl bulk of the day's supply is offering at ,
"" I=:Ranted):........'!........crate t.oo, 1.60 to 1.75 and some poor lots lower. CHAKTEEED, 1874. CHARTER EXTENDED 1894. .
L BoaStjJesaina,............... box' 3.00 Baltimore kale and spinach.were: largely .
": : 11th Pal,dried,.,..... .....bu 1.50 in order and were offered at low By conservative,yet liberal methods, this bank has achieved the highest reputation for solidity {
... .. .. poor strength and ability to meet all legitimate demands.
,best ... ........ -to. "
:_ Cabkce.Florid) ...............each,no.04 demand.05 prices., Southern lettuce mostly inferior We bay and sell foreign and domestic exchange on the most favorable terms' drawing cur own ,
,'PotatoeaBurbanT f.i...... ........bbl' I..50 and dragging heavily. Florida peppersare drafts on all parts of the world. ,-""--<. _*

rr '; .' *," 'r". ..,..t".5' barrel lots 1.40 lower.* Florida string beans are 'extremely favors We shall invite at all visit times or correspondence receive intelligent,looking and careful toward attention business relations, assuring, yon that yogi= "', a
-j-e inl..u.u.u. sack 1.20 :.
;
it. ,,".I. '-. '- ...,.-.i.........jsacklota ti 1.10 irregular;; freight receipts are JAMES M. I'.,
.Ordcn.i.Y...................crate a.ooto 2..50 selling generally in range of 1.25 to 2.00 SCHUMACHER. R. C COOLEY '.
.. eye .:......'.....bushel .50 per crate, both for green and wax a few President. f
....... ." brown-eye,..,............. .bu ; Cashier.
IS- day..:.............. ..:...bu I.C: fancy express lots brought a shade more Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.' = \.
.." Whlppoorwill...............bu' 1.75 and express baskets were. .occasionally .
.'"_ 'Bed Kippers...... ........bu 1.50 laced a little above, Quotation.. RiDe 5
/ ;Turnips: .:.......:....... ...bbl > -.
,.....!;.o:... -........... !i jd015 1.50lO .)3:, Florida tomatoes'are scarce, and firm;; Chinese ,Fruits vs. Japanese for Vra&ey Re4 te&L Eugene B. &&d.
I- _: green stock quiet and unimproved. Ber-
..Florida. ESTABLISHED 1871. :
.: VEGETABLES AND POULTRY. muda onions held at 2.25 with consider- : !o
t. REDFIELD ,
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Corrected by Davis & Robinson.fellow able confidence. Beets, Florida, new, Japanese fruits 'have acquired 'con .
: : Yams,,......,... .......bush .35 to.40 I per bushel,75c to'].OO; bunches per bbl.
Sweet Potatoes.- ......"..."" ...i...... 30 to ;35 siderable reputation in this'and other Commission Merchants'AlfD
Hubbard squash ...............:bbl I; I crate; 1.00 to 2.00, Charleston, per 100 Southern States perhaps beyond their : r
l ,Lettuce, ...."................._...doz ..15 so bunches, 5.00 to 8.00; cabbages Savan- ,
Celery,Florida *'........: ,...u.__ ,IS to ..25 nah, 2.00 to 2.50, Charleston, 200"to 2.50, just merits, while the Chinese have ,.
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Bfg Plants........................bbl 2.00103.00 Fruit Auctioneers
North Carolina been little heard of in the'e
2.00 to 2.50 Florida 1.50, except
Tomatoes, ._..............crates 1.35101.50 ,
,Sweet'Pepper.. .!....,......__.bu 1.50101.75 to 2.00; celery, Florida, large to extra, of peaches 'We now learn from the annual 141: Dock Street,PMladelpMa, Pa. .
,, :GreeD'JjSeaI1I................... crate 500 to i.oo doz..'75c to 1.25, common to medium '
Pumpkins,..........-........each .05 10 .10 25cto60c report of the U. S. Fomologist? that We handle all kindiof Fruits and Vegetables +
n /J .Kcrshaws, ....- ..... ..........each .03 to iio ; cucumbers, Florida*fancy, China several varieties of either at private sale (which has heretofore been y ...
Parsley ........,..per doz.bunches no demand per crate, 2.00 to 2.25I.poor to good, 1.25 possesses our custom) or by the auction (
system recently
',Green onions,.....per dos..bunches .15 to 1.75; egg plants per half bbl. persimmons which are said to:be more ,
.
Pepper,hot...........'..*.....bushel ; added to our business).as you may desire.
.75 box
:Sage;.well cured...............-..Jb. .25 2.00 to' 8.00pePlers; ? Florida, per hardy than the Japanese. Throughthe ':-
4 Keas..;.--..F-M....._..... 2.5 to 30 carrier, 1.00 to 1.50; string beans, Florida, State Department several hundred '
Roosters.>._._....._._. ..so round war per basket, 2.00 to 2.50,
A 'Half-grown,.__.__.....'....... S crate 1.75 to 2.25.1Iat basket per scions were procured, but, owing to '
........ wax, per QUICK WORK
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Turkeys .per pound gross .I2/ they all dead fIn .
faulty packing
: Ducks....:...............__....... .25 tO .30 1.50: to 2.25, per crate 1.50 to 2.00, green, were ,
,Geese ......__...................'. .35 to .40 per basket,' 1.50 to 2.25per crate, 1.00 to. when received \Vashington.. The selling and paying for Fruits and Vegetables -
,Leeks ............perdes bunches. .25 shipped to us is our motto. W$
2.00
E Radishes ........Of........per do ,no demand. ; squash, Florida, white, per bushel Department of Agriculture, however, GIVE GOODS SENT US BY GROWERS
Cucumbers...... :...!.........crate 2.00 crate, 75c. yellow, 1.oo.to 1.25: tomatoes, will make another attempt to secure FIRST PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVER
Spinach ..................per bushel .75 Florida, choice, npe, 3.50 to 4.00,. green BUY OURSELVES. They are protected
'Cabbage, Florida.......*.......,., no demand and mixed, 75c to 2.50. scions in order to test these Chinese by our40 years experience without default
!; Salsify.per dozen bunches .25 varieties upon native American stocks ing a dollar. Enquire as to our standing
; Cau1i wer...........;...........per bbl 3.00 FBENCH' & Co. and financial stability which any bank or .
.Green.peas, ..... ............ crate 75 to 1.00 China furnishes us peaches which.. merchants having mercantile reports can "
:' Turnips....... ...............;bunch no demand' Buftalo Markets. -the basis of about all have of >-rerify-then try us-WE BELIEVE OUR
.... .. Bermuda 9.00: are we > METHOD
Florida Honey, pound section .10 New potatoes best 8.00 to ; WILL SATISFY YOU. Send
New Potatoes...;..............barrel 3.50104.00 Florida 6.00 to 7.00 Bermuda, medium any commercial value in Florida; your name for our quotations. Stencil and )
Strawberries.... ............ quart ,o8 to .10 ; cards free. Letters promptly answered.
Asparagus..-..................bunch 10 to uJ 5.00 to 6.00; cabbage, Florida 2.00 to 2.50; Japan furnishes plums which have
squash, Hubbard, per 100 pounds 1.00 to been ,greatly lauded, but which, for FRENCH &, CO., '

1.50; hot ,house cucumbers per dozen the most part have their reputationyet
.. ''New York Market choice 1.00 to 1.25; tomatoes, Florida 3.00 #c 116 Warren St., New York.

NEW YOBK April 26, 1897. to 4.00; Mexican, 3.50 to 4.00; beets per before them. .
'Vegetables-Receipts since, last Monday dozen bunches, 40 to 50c; wax beans, As to Chinese and Japanese pears ESTABLISHED 1855.. :

byl leading lines: Classified vegetables fancy, 2.00 to 2.50; green, 2.00 to 2.25; there can also belittle question to

+17 pkgs' onions, 7,934:' pkgs ,cabbages } peas, Southern, per hamper, fancy, .1.75 the superiority the latter. -In Flor-

2,731 ptgs beans, 6,287 pkgs peas, to 2.25"; egg, plant, per dozen,, 1.25 to 1.50 ida, the Japanese varieties are little '..

2,394 pkgs cucumbers; 655 pkgs'tomatoes .*' >-.BATTERSON-< & Co. esteemed except for stocks to bud or were two Japans; one Todleben, one .;

'1,870 pkgs lettuce, 13,130pkgs 'Early Wilder one Clapp's Favorite .
Dr. the horticultural _
t Cucumbers-SouTern graft upon. Ragland,
and kale
spinach 6,330 Unclassified per bushel, 2.00; editor of Texas Farm and one Belle, and one Vicar. These Japan ',
2,893 boxes asparagus. vegetables tomatoes, extra fancy, 3.75 extra choice,
,, -6C3 pkgs and 1,680 bbl/crates, 3.00, ordinary,2.25;t beets; Southern, per Ranch, gives a piece of his experienceas pears, namely, Hawaii Von Seibold, r

latter chiefly cabbages, and former dozen bunches 50c; beans, wax, extra follows: Hubbard and Japan Wonder have

chiefly tomatoes, peas and beans. Of the fancy per bushel 2.50, green per bushel "It was confidently claimed by fruited for several years, and none of .

,above' 'receipts" 23,7311 pkgs came by 2.25, green and wax, ordinary ,per bushel 'some thatthe new them possess any qualities that should .' 0
.Penh. R. B.; 8,358 by Ocean S. S. Co.; 1.00()( cauliflowers, extra fancy, dozen nurserymen pears
: per recommend them unless the
1 ,302 by 0. D.-line,and 8,838 by,B. & 0. heads2.00, ordinary1.00; eggplants, extra from Japan would prove to be blight- large, .:....'. :

r R. R. No! account obtainable of express fancy, per dozen 1.50, ordinary, crates proof., Experience with these for handsome leaves be a commendable y:' ;.

receipts. and,barrels 1.00; cabbage, best Florida, eight or ten years enables the editorof (feature. The trees grow rapidly and : '

L In general we have had a fairly satisfactory large crates 2.25, best Charleston 2.25, Orchard and Garden to say that it arevery brittleThe toughness that. .-

., market for southern vegetables of California, per crate 3.50; potatoes, Ber- characterizes the,wood of most pears &
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is far from
being blight-proof<> or re. .
good quality during the past week; the muda Chili 9.50 7.00 Southern ;
rose rose
is altogether lacking so, that when ; r'
receipts of most kinds have not been too 5.00,.white 4.00. sistant; they are more susceptible to '
heavy; and there-has been a fair demand SOMERS BEO. & Co. attack than many of the old European they become loaded with fruit they:; =
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.. 'for desirable grades. ,The cold weather, ***... varieties. The.Japan Wonder, will be .likely to break down., 'The ;' =

which prevailed early in the week, extended Philadelphia Markets. introduced by Dr. Whitaker has fruit,is of a very handsome' appearance '< ,
as far south as Virginia and recent Cauliflower- per barrel 7.00 to 10 ,
; but in quality is about equal to .
'reports from that State and from string beans, green, per crate or 'basket blighted for'four years in succession, ,. '.
Maryland indicate widespread damage to 1,50 to 2.25, wax, per basket 1.75 to 2.5Oj; and is now blighting the only an Irish potato. We should just as Soon .

early vegetables of nearly all kinds. tomatoes, ,choice to fancy ripe 3.00 to variety, by the way; in an orchard of eat the latter raw as one of these '.= -

Potatoes.-Receipts today 6,983 bbls. 4.00, fair to good 2.00 to 2.75, green 1.50 twenty odd varieties showing any pears; and as to their cooking .litYi, < ;; ,

of domestic,'including about 2,563 bbls. to 3.00; cucumbers! per crate 2.50 to 3.50, the disease. Of six eight we.should say that with Kieffers, Le- ; a;:
sign.of or ;
of southern new. Imports 1,586 bbls. ordinary and irregular stock 1.50 to 2.00 -' '
; Contes and, Garbers, which ;'f :
The'market for Southern Japan varieties'plauted eight years : grow. :8: ./.
from Bermuda: new potatoes beets, per 100 bunches 3.00 to '
Is considerably lower under the ".00; squash, per orange box 1.00 to 1.25; ago only four"remain.: The ,others larger and -firm every way:; we can see : ,.,

large increase in, supply. Florida receipts egg plants, per orange box: 2.50 to 3.00, have succumbed to blight. Of an no advantage in"the planting ,of any of :'. :,=: r

# in barrels are bringing about-50c choice, per barrel 4.50 to 6.00, ordinarY' equal number of American or Euro- these Japanese pears- only to be -.i tr

_more than the barrel crates on the aver- stock, hard to sell; per barre2.! to COO:: ; fashionable." -" .#c,.
varieties the
age; for the latter:our outSide, quotationsare cabbage, Florida 1.75 to 2.50, South Carolina pean planted at same c I .).'... .. ,' ,. .
extreme: Bermuda, No. 1, 7.00 to and Georgia 2.50 to 3.00; peppers, time only,twp have died from blight.In The Irish potato'crop is coming oft ;:- ,

8.50; ,No. 25.00 to 5.50; Florida,, new: per carrier 1.50 to 2.50; celery per.dozen 1595 blight'was more prevalent .rapidly and heavy shipments will be ".A-;:

No;1, 4.00 to 5.50 per barrel crate,' 4,00 750 to 1.25, small and,ordinary, perdozen my orchard than at any time in its made in a few days. In ,the Mir_ ,.o,. '
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to 5.00; No. 2, p barrel, 2.50 to 3.00., 25 to 60c' ; new potatoes 5.50 to 7.00, fair history or in fifteen the disease Evinston and ?tclntQSb.tectioft ? ''
years, opy .:
Good southern bunched beets are doing to good 4.00 to 5.00, seconds and culls
better. Cabbages are in large; supply 2.00 to 3.50; new onions, Florida, per bar attacking even the Kieffer, which up there are several;! hundred acres ef,-k--.._ i

-- ,today and favor the buyer; ,an occasional rel 5.00 to 6.50;;pineapples,a few Floridas to that time had never shown any ape potatoes all r' which ,are looking ;::. i:'

< lot of very fancy stock was placed have made their appearance and met pearance.of the.disease.. Only the tips prime. Tomatoes are in, excellent! } :. '

early in the day as high as 2.75 but the with ready sale at 15,to 25c each as to of the branches were affected, how : condition and a big crop is promwe&frGainesvilleSun. i ', A'' ,
great bulk of the supply'has been offered she for Red Spanish. '
those lost 'A4. # k'3-
".t :urgently at 2.50, ,' and many lots, remain lUDJ'IELD & SOll.. ., ever. WeJost Kieffersj; l- ; '. >- : ;:f- ii_" ....._.c'l ..,-',
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Oat'olfsho: Red1' and whitely 10 WI:
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,, ..:.;:}_ f ;i, : l '' damaged:ined vegetables elsewhere:;and Highw fruit interet n4s, ;Bulletin Note:,, please Postmasters inform please this office post: for ., Central THE4Florid& : and- Peninsular. .
otherwise week
exposed the
Ar (, : ; the, benefit of'the. public NEW THROUGH' ROUTE
r ". favorable. Vegetable shipments .
r 1 r! '' rom; De Soto, county active;' corn } A. J; MITCHELLSection New York to JacksoAVlllfl by
:'-t; : t making good and roasting Director. N'ew' Florida! Pennsylvania .R. to WaahIngton. -
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.--?-'' >;' to be had. : ; m, limited quantities.. Northern. and' 1 Columbia. Southern, Florida.Railway Central to ft

:. : Rain would benefitmelons and"cukes. Poisoning :: Air Line. Peninsular points In Florida to all: principal g
Gut'Worms.In
,' i .'* Oitrm trees in good con : : Cincinnati to Harriman( Juno-
L \ -:: ;:- dition and the outlook for large pine.apple : 'a recent,communication, I. called ,CincinnatiCincinnati: ,' tion by Queen &- Crescent,
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::> ; : : : ; ;, crop excellent. attention to the remarkable s ccess'or' Ashevllle & ville and Columbia-by Sou them '
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-' :- ravages JackionvllieCincinnati Central&PeninsularColum;

_ i Western District: mixed with bran and molasses, and Cincinnati to Jacksonville! by
'! :,;, -y;} ; : ,also to the fact that it: had. proved a and Queen, Southern& Crescent By to Chattanooga Brer--
.. Crawfordville No rain cool
'- ; nights; Florida}ette,Florida Central Peninsular
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,; preventive of the 0(. the cabbage -
; rather stand;still;.poor stand of ravages Limited. to all important Florida
_ ; _; t5 :'y- ; .-WiW; Walker, 'maggot. The man referred to points. *
.;.; ,J 'was Mr. Albert.Ewers, of the.firm of Kansas Cltj Kansas City, Fort Scott &
: / ; Stephenville--Fine>week for crops; and: .Memphis R.B.;to Kansas ,
} ;'i : ; : Ewers &:' Bucklin; market gardeners. Jackso'vllleThro' }to Birmingham;Southern
om worked;-:Mary F. King. Since then f have his Line, to Everette, Fla. Central &
met
?i -'. : Ocklocknee-Crops bad stand partner, Peninsular to all Flat points.
: poor; ; }
Mr. Bucklin and talked the matter
-- f ? :lands,too wet to plant yet; gardens over with him, with ; Louis Short to Line Jacksonville to Du Quoin by,
\ ; : ,look better.-N. W. Butler. particularly ref- Holly Sp'gi 1st. .Central to Holly .P'gs,
'J* ." Ference to. the destruction of birds. Route.Hollr .' City Memphis dr 1U1"J .
:.; i Alamo Crops Joing well; though .minglam.to) lJi
ham.80u.
l ,. week; favorable Some tobacco He says: "I watched them carefully, J B',.to Everette ancfF.. O..&P.
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being!put out.r-F.: L. Suber.Dorcas ., Bo Ill. Cents .to
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., '. .'< i -Drill worms bad on, corn; p' ison; There were plenty'of them BouU.sNew Sp'gi, }Sn'gs..K.,a M. do.B. to Birmingtam -
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have made difference To' }route with through sleepersJacksonvlile
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Northern District
: _r : was' worth many: times, as7 much'to"'us Jacksonville. '
xr' i..: ; 1 Micanopy'-Nn' rain since 9th; 35 the birds: It'saved our crops, and; I Florida'Tlie F.running C. ft-Pi:through Jiu.'ZOOmt'the.'ea' of track In

.' i everything; : suffering and vegetables the birds.coulif not. Next spring, we Tobacco Regiont\
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{ be.reduced if it does not come Stock farming a1adD airy'BeolIO
shall gethalf-a ton of bran and molasses : '
J' ; ; : Peach! and Strawberry Lads,
< :<-'j': _, :McArnoWi; and Paris-green to go' with!it,, f Ofahge PKotphatf. Banana Belt and. Ptntappi.6'ontry,
,': Saiapson-Weather.warm and pleas and shall,use it right along from the Ito.he Sliver Spring and'
_ r-=. ."I.; ;, : ; : ; ; crops: l looking) considerably better; beginning; of; the seaSon;I as< long asnecessary.5 .r1ie Great,H..tltagCOUtllrg.Other Fine Reentry,

> ,... .' ;, poor-'stimdfor'cotton!. and cane in low! Seathe1he2fotedflhlng Ground
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:-.,. for crop growth;, all-crops maggot is an important discovery, in ., Where It Ia'Hlgh'I and Healthy.Piosperous .
.' :t-l up and being worked:-J. W Dicks! ) towns flll-itir route and itoffenthe
t ,:41i':;' : : possibilities;that it points toward best freight facilities for any produce to
: Boulogne-Week- more: favorable; in its'use' for,oitier i insect For the Northern market; .
;: 1_,:;:i > : : : ; crops and-gard ens looking, better; noiaintadelayworhC. iristanceJn. some parts of pests.: Michigan, ,free Send) and also note.for the the townsMMAAVDONBLL & (sent.
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__ .:''';;, cool'weat6erdetrimental t ;; better,stand wool bands are recommended, to pre. i The Fla' :, R. R.

':'/fc.:" : : } ; of'coth than expected'cotton being;; vent the worms< climbing thCr trees.:, ; Offers to'' Shippers?

chQP ed.-wt B; Block: Why not:put a; ring of the. poisoned
_ :;.;;ff. : McClenny--Weefc: has been? more bran)and'molasses' about the: base of The, SlwM& > and tuftsfii R toBETWEEN'

:. ( -" favorable;. soil-gettingin: good condi'tionj the treeandcatch.riot; ; onlythe"climbing ). ,
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: ; gardens were about'rpined by FLORIDA AD'fl POINTS IN
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''.;.1t; .-, .... i ; ; : cold arid-wet; weather has; 'peaches dropping } 7 ,.pest-cut worms-wbicb,-)will but:eat every it"?other' You; climbing might With THE'Improved EASTAND'Ventilated Can WES,this; company

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; pear> blight* developed; catch ai .lot of codling- mot sin that is better equipped than ever

__ :;;::t'B';:', : ; ; crops poor,in color' ,.but warm weatherwill' .w y. increase the market! for bran, insure handle close the Orange connections and Vegetable adpcor Cro despatch itand

,._:.-:'::H;t',:';;:'.., Reed.i soori'bring them, out: -H.; E. ;and a-trifle.r-R.; possibly N,,raise.;. Y the;priceof wheat out to Through all change Eastern.and oars'oc: Western delay to deatinat1on:,Karke *ith.

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.. Irish tion points and arrival atdesisatjefi,,
,; ., j \ ; Myers potatoes];, ripe; ;and several: good-sized: orange and grape All claimsiorovet1 raand ss prompt.
:
'. ;: ; J being dug;' tomatoes- still abundant;; fplit' groves; to' be planted'duribg the adjusted.
:-J; : in:fact. all vegetables; plentiful.. AU' sUmmer. Miller BfosM; will set ten See that your. roods: axe' marked

;.f-;> : .' !,::: ,: > :though' citrus trees bloomed f freely, acres; and'i Cl andler'&;SneU: :six acres.Iller& via,Information,F. C.& P..R call* R,'on. or addteee'the under -

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k arrangements yet ; W.1 ;TUOKJ Gen.A'ft! ,Or1a 4o. Fla.JL .
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; : ...-< f.: .': o Mfep, their::Fine' Stock of .CITRUS;' ,TREES Reduced Prices.; one week,25 cents; three weeks so cents. 'Nothing Lawtey. .
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Fourteen in business
T _..r-i., f'fl.i: V;Si 'Browns )Ruby,Amory,Jafia Bloods: st. Michael, Jafia,. Wash. Navels,. paid. Send for price list before buying.years the -

< Villa Franca Lemons. Send no stamps larger than two cents. PHNURSERIES.
(T ; 4 Taroiff, Dancy, King Tangerines,
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-f : 12-26-12 Braidentown Fla.
: < Initials and figures count as one word. ,.
-'f.! ., )'.1;. i." Triumph.. Marsh. .. Seedless,- hornless. Silver! Cluster Pomelos..
'" -' "" 'J' T\ANCY TANGERINE,' SATSUMA 'and Centennial emB'EXCIIANGE.BUDDED CITRUS
/' r .7 :::};' At$25:per 100, f..o. b. ; :10 per cent. off on 5001ots. ; \1 \J bud-wood true to name Four Dollars ..co trees and budwood in exchange for pureblooded

':'! 1,000. Address.H. FRIEDLANDER. Inter- Plymouth Rocks and Brown Leghorn
per
{" .:'. *:All trees are budded< lo!_>n rough lemon stocks about 1J inch diameter. *T3ads4J lachen, Fla. ::51.3FOR fowls. F. D. WAITS Belleview, Fla. a-ij-tl

: ''' ', ..to 8.feet_ high;first,class in every respect and guaranteed true to name. .
I : .. SALE-A lot of seedling Pomelos, buds
fl1UOROUGII-BRED MAMMOTH LIGHT
I-', -.*: ; ;. k. "Address, ,RICHARD,KLEMM, Winter Haven, Pa. about half to three-qurter inchesin .L Brahma Cockerels and Pullets, $I.oo to 2 oo.
'k -. "i diameter also Queen and,Abbaka Pine slips.A. Plymouth Rock Pullets, $I.oo each.. From prize
.J. ALDRICH. Orlando, Fin 5-1-5 GOMPERTS.
winners. .Mas.
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i : ;.THE LAKELAND NURSERIES. Nunans,per 1,000$3.00. '
JULIUS SCHNADELBACH. Grand Bay, Ala. SALE Two Leon county farms,48oacreand
: 390 acres. Excellent for stock raising and,
.' .:',. ,. .' tobacco growing. W. B. Clarkson,Jacksonville,
: ;; ; ,WE MAKE A BPECI LTY'OF SEEDLESS,CITBU8 FRUIT TREES. Fla. 8-34-tf:

'' .;.... : ;.' --: '..:'.,MARSH POMELO. (Seedless),:JOPPA- LAtB'- ORANQB. (Seedless), TAHITI LIMB (Seedless. ), TREES.-CARNEY. PARSON
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--:, c : :.,, >- SATSUMA ORANGE (Seedless), EUREKA LEHON (Seedless). 'SMOOTH'CAYENNE,ABBAKA GOLDEN ,' Grape Fruit budded low on. .
t v QUEEN PINEAPPLE PLANT.FOR sour stock,at very reasonable prices.
C.. ,7UL 71tRSH.. PROPRIETOR.y SALE BY SMOOTH CAYENNE PINEAPPLE 6 mos C.,GOMl'2RTSlAdy Lake,Ela.
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: "-}y :.:?; ORANGE < LEMON, LIME AND POMELO TREES. -J-3 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.-A new 200- U
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.:J kj r- f.j .;' ,''1 : ,; ::'J Thumb. Nail- .Pruning' BI-SULPHIDE. BEE KEEPERSSEND 123 tf W. H. MANN Mannville, Fla.WRITE .

.?' .a "., : ,. "Thumb: nail pruning" i is not new, for our Catalogue before ordering Hives. TO W. G. TILGHMAN, PA-
,' ? "The best remedy in every respect for killing I We can save you money and time. Our work is Fla., and learn how-to
: ;s but is method that should be follow. cause your
a grain insects is Bi-sulphide of Carbon. It u
.t I first-class. Mention this paper. stock to either wish.
come sex you 3I3I6FOR
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4-246 -Sumatra and Cuban tobacco
Send for free illustrated pamphlet. It is interesting -
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} .... -. : ,: ,Ross, the veteran fruit, grower of Dal- Less than EDWARD xoo-lb.R.lots TAYLOR supplied, Cleveland by S. ,G.Ohio.Sear- cents-pet pound C. S. BUTTS, postage, Sorrento pre-paid., Fla.by Express 10 3-27-6 Pine Castle Orange Co.,p1*. J

1., las,. say that when he had cut back' ing,Jacksonville Fla. 4245. SMOOTHCayenneAbbaka and Golden Queen

:'{ :; to, feet ro&SALE.-Smooth Cayenne Pineapple plantsJ. I fruiting plants, for
.i .. young trees at planting '2 SOUR ORANGE SEED 85 PER
? FRESH J. T. ALLEN, Pine Castle, Florida. sale in large or small quantities. Quality unsure
Bitter Cassava Seed Canes, f roe 4173.Your
; that he oiled his pruning knife and ; 3 per passed. .
:: : -t ; feet. Collection of fifteen kinds desirable Jamaica -

: ;.. .. ; '" put it away and had no further use for : Vegetable Seeds and Tubers,liberal quantitiesand Opportunity. Modelo Park ORLANDO Pinery C.GRAPE S. Van Aim Houten FRUIT, Treas.Co.
'J' askedhow he could train extras$5. Cash with order by registeredmail Mammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs for hatch- 43.6 -
F t--\: ... it..; On being : or draft on New York, f. o.b. Plant Line, ing, only 60 cents a Betting nine.
..::. -. a tree'without using a knife,.he replied March n and 27. BURNET & REID. CASSAVA Seed Cane, 50 cents_per 100 feet.H. FRUIT BRANDIES AND WINES FOR
t ?: that his thumb..and forefinger 3-6-4 Ewarton.Jamaica. ERWIN. to$i per gallon. Send for rice-
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; ... !;: '" was all the knife needed; he pinched GUANO pure,natural article. Write us for Winter Park, Fla.

where full information.and.prices. See article. on another I .
.. .off buds or shoots that started J BUSHELS Beggar hundred a bushel.
t" A page. Cassava Cane cents $1.00 thou. TREES AND BUDWOOD.
25 a a
_{ ",, he _did not desire them! to grow. It js WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer, Company I sand. SERJ8AN r, Fruitland Park. SATSUMA "ad" in another column. .

; : .1t, ,, gextremely easy to pinch or push off Jacksonville Fla GROVE 100 acres 10 set in -GLEN ST. MARY NURSERY Glen $COMPANY t. Mary, Fla.


4:..:'\. .;'" ;..,.'. i7-;T' much buds while less expensive young and of the the removal vital ener is I ,want to in buy or near orange some and pleasantly pineapple For Palms IRRIGATED Orange sale, Lane- at trees Park a ;sacrifice.,50 Lake in County other Address bruit, Fla.years trees"F", The etc. GGS.FOf HATCHING LIGHT BRAE -


,: "" '''f: ,.. gies'than any other form of pruning. property located Florida.. town,, where I ,can 4-io-yn. t *1.00 MARS per 13.and Plymouth Mas.Rocks GOMPERTS.bred for utility

i ;t To allow limb to grow at will through WANTED-About thirty three-months old Lady Lake Fla.

::. ,.:-:...=.,)" the growing season and prune out a establish purchase 'a one weekly already newspaper established.or State price. Box 524:,Jacksonville or Leghorns Fla.preferred. LILY BULBS-Califofnia grown,

__ ?.' "'. i ,< ,quantity oi wood the following winter CALLA large, 20 cents, free by mail. Plants
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Have an extensive acquaintance in the in 8-inch ,for Easter
: ,-.'.:'(;: .\ ',,' is'not by any means the best way to North, and will extensively advertise VELVET ,BEANSShelled RUMLEY'S pots ROSE GARDEN blooming,,rfeuka 50 cents., Fla.

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y {: :' prune,. though even where we pinch the town where I l locate., Address, at'$1.00 per Peck.
'. -4.2' during the ,growing season we find it Dickson & Yves, NURSERY TREES at Reduced Prices. t
; Geo. B. Emerson Akron Ohio.
to close out
of
our surplus stock
:2;'?::. &1!:: <, ;,r I' necessary to remove injured branches t 4-3-5 Orlando, Fla. trees,we will greatly reduce prices on all leading-
''. .' :' Such --- SECOND-HAND 8AW- varieties. Send in your orders early.W. .
_. ; A :: r 'or.thosethatinterere. : practice, Carelessness in girlhood causes the WANTED, boiler and engine-suitable K. TRIMBLE.

_- > ,.'* : 'i.r' .. .however,-:should be reduced. to a mini greatest suffering and unhappiness for io-horse power. Box 82, Winter'Haven Fla *:-20 tf Braidentown Fta.NURSERY' .

L: < /40J.. mum.-Texas Farm-and Ranch. after life. Little irregularities and SALE-Smll":Yorkshire pigs, thoroughbred
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A' Orange Lemon
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breed
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established
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: 3-27-6 Narcoossee. Fla. lice Nurseries,Belleview, Fla. a-13-tf
..: once.; Dr.. Pierce's Favorite Prescription -
-1- ; ; -. :5i.canningf on Turkey Creek, and OI,WOOD FOR SPRING BUDDING.
: -- : t- began operations yesterday. It is said promotes regularity of all female J All leading varieties for sale at $4 per.1,000. NEW JERSEY SWEET POTATOES
: < ;. functions makes buildsup Centennial, Homosassa, Nonpariel and Majorcaare seed or feed. Nansemond and
_ ,;: ; to be a very fine plant, with a capacity strength and $5ger I 000. Satsuma, Tangerine Parson Cream, straight goods, f i per bushel f.o. Jersey
a sturdy health with which to meet Brown Durol Blood Amory Blood lnRuhy Blood E. A. PECK.
and
-J-. *:;%i a.: : ,of five thousand cans per day; the trials to come. The Favorite Prescription and Pomelos are $8 per 1,000. '. 3-6-8 Orlando Fla.

.c< ,' I?' _". having in, connection. machinery for Early Pineapple and Marsh's Seedless are$r.5o
( Strawberries is not a universal panacea. It per 100. All buds warranted free from. all insect SPANISH PEANUTS FOB SEED, 81
k-: 4.. ;, ; ., manufacturing cans. areIf is directed solely at one -set of : pests and from bearing trees.. bushel Beggarweed seed $2.50 per
organs W. K TRIMBLE
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-'. :." !;. now }eing canned.. ,and an immensequantity ; 750. per peck.
_ f't.. 7i.Jf-. ",. .' Dr. Pierce's Common Sense.Medical a--20-tf Braidentown, Fla. BENT. N. BRADT
: Mr.
are now bemg'put
,/' ,:: > Ji:. up. Adviser, a. 1008 page, ;medical 40 WEST BAY STREET. 3-6-6 HnntingtonFla.
;:. \:; : .: McCloud, It -is., understood purposes
illustrated be
work will
profusely FRUIT TEEES, TOI16
"' 'ir.< C:,1 :t- making potatoes specialty and beef.of Tampa canning Times sweet sent free on receipt of 2! one-cent Dr. WI YI ONNAhhY, Dentist} PLANTS aid NUT Th1ES.,

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,ii.7'fii.. ';.:. / r ,,':'''' .i6th. : stamps postage (Graduate Dental Department University dens For Southern orchards. Gar-
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; !f-,' ]; <2. .,i : World's Dispensary Medical Maryland ) Groves. No gentl.
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JENNINGS
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-rt, ,:,. :(t..:'.:...".. Cot- H. J. Tiffln is extending the im Residence,304 West Ashley Street. 9-26-25 Thomaavilie, Ga.

> ;' .ir area of his cane plantation. until it During thejsast :week there was fourcars .

: :i'i'i'l: :;' embraces about_ forty ucres. Kit Turn-- lime, three cars tomato carriers, CITRUS NURSERY TREES. THIS' SCYTHE WRENCH

:<:;}: ,;r'w.': bull,: an energetic colored, man, hast three cars potato barrels, twp cars'cab- All the leading varieties at Lowest Prices Car (Patent applied(or.) |IS NEVER LOST.

:.. of this of :Mr., Tif ney Parson Brown, Sanford ,Medt. Sweet Paper
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". -= :k. 'f; .;.name_of Craw.fbrd!> .has purchased'five crates cukes, 118 carriers tomatoes, Walters Everett and Marsh's Seedless Grape

.,t '; i.- a acres of land from ,}Ir. S. J. Field, ofI 189 baskets cauliflower, 6j barrels Fruit;Satsuma} Tangerine*and King All fine -
.. : one year old buds, on four and five year old I WANT AN AGENT In every
>> :',<"; : ,,: > :ladlanola, for $1,800. He has.men beets, .84 barrels carrots, 432 crates Rough Lemon Grape Fruit and Sour stock, Will county to. ,sell this WRENCH to
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'Kansas City.................. .. .................. ......... ........... .... ...Saturday May x _
.. City of Birmingham..... ....................... ... .......... ........ Tuesday, May 4 Ir4
Q.:J ;.;.;'f La Grande. Dachesse........................... ............. .. .........Thursday, May 6 %
:. Tallahassee.;........;............,......s......;.....s.........'. ... .......:..Saturday, May 8
4 a Manias Clt7.... ......................... S....!........:... ...... ...;..... .....Tuesday, May u 4 .
City of Birmingham................. .".........................................ThursdayV May 13 co, sfoi.
La Grande Du be..e......,...... .... ...............:.... .......'............. Saturday May 18
Tallahassee ............................................. .'!.........._............Tuesday May 13 Flo
.. Kansas City...................................:.:........... .:.. ......... ....Thursday, May 20 rl ,
City Birmingham......................................-....... .................Saturday, May 22
V LaGrande Duebe..e....... ..... ... ... ........ ...........'...?..............Tuesday May 25
Tallahassee..... .....................A.........,...................... .........t.T ursday.: May 27
_Kansas City.. ;..,.....................i.?................... ........ ....... ...Saturday May 29
: G.M. &ORRBU: Manager, New Her No.33 North River;


t x I. .. .BOSTONTO Lewis's Wharf SAVANNAH.' P. M. SAFETY! COMFORT! QUICK TIME! LOW RATES!

...' Chattahoochee.Nacooehee" .,.........,..,..... .. ...............................?.......,..... Thursday, May6
,; .... ..!..........,......!.,........!.................................Thursday, May 13 Finest Cuisine and Service No Transjert Between Jacksonville and New'rprk. .
Chattahoochee.Naeoochee. .".....-..... ................................... ...................Thursday, May 20
:- ...........RICHARDSON................:&...BARNARD...... ......,..Agents.......,.Lewis's...... ..Wharf.... .......Thursday May 27 The.Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers:' ,


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faanclie" (new), "Algonquin" Iroq oi Cherokeeu Seiiwle'
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City of Macon...,.,,.,-.............:.......................1............. ..........Monday May .
I Gate City.......:..".....,......:...:....................... ...... ........ ... .....Saturday May JQ,5 .NORTHBOUND. ': .
11 City Macon.... ...IHN.HN.u................ ..;!....-..... .1.. ...uN..H;..Thursday, May I
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City of Macon .. .e...:........e.....e........:...!.................................Sunday:, !.20
M. C. HAMMOND Agent,Pier 18, foot Spruce Street. 30. Prom JACKSCIVIILEJU., ( Charleston),.._.... ........Sunda,..,Tuesdays and Thursday t.EromCHARLESTOI -

V S ;SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. S. C., ...!.......................... ........0;. Mondays,Wednesdays and Irlda'f.
Nor hours of sailing see "Clyde l ine" Schedule of
Jacksonville and Charleston daily
Central ((90* Meridian) Time-aa below. < papers

.La Grande DuChe: e..Sunday. May 2,7.00 am City'of Birm'gh'm..Tneaday May 18,too pm SOUTHBOUND. .'
Tallahassee..... .........Tuesday May 4, 7.pm La Grande Duchessee..Friday May 21, 1000 am
.Kansas City ,....,..,.,...Friday May 7,10.00 am Tallahassee..........,..Sunday May 23' 10.00 am
City Birm'gh'm .......Sunday May 9, 1000 am Kansas City......,....Tuesday May 25 2.00 pm Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier-29, East River, Ne' ,York at 3 p.m., as follows:

La Tallahassee.Grande Di..cl1esae..., ..,...:,..Tuesd.Fridag May May 14,5.00am ii,3.oo pm La City Grande of Birm'gh'm Duchessee..Sunday.. ...Friday May May 28 30,,5.6.00 oo,am am PorCHARLESTOXjS.C.-. -.......................................Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays_;

%, '... ;Kansas city..t.Snnday May.16,7.00am"SAVANNAH For JACKSONVILLE,FLA., (calling at Charleston) ....,.............Mondays,-Wednesdays and Fridays
<'! TO BOSTON.

c Central (DO. Meridian) Time-as below. BOSTON() AND JACKSONVILLE-Direct Line
.... Nacocchee..............Thursday May 6, 7.0opm I Nacoochee ......Thursday May 20, 7.00 pm [Freight Only;]] .
....... I| Chattahoochee.: ..... : ,
;F"' Ch" ttahoochee. Thursday May 13. 4.00 pm Thursday May 27 4.oopm. Calling at Charleston,, S. C., both ways.

1 -. SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA. STEAMERS "GEO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWAJRE"
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City of Macon: ........Wednesday May S, 7.09 pm 1 Gate City ..._Thnrsdav May 20, 7.00 pm Aft appointed tq sail as follows:
Gate City..............Monday May jo, 1.06 pm I I City of Macon .. ....Tu yMaY2S.2.oopm
,City of &COD..Satnrd&1 May 15. 5.00 pmj_ Gate City...............Sunday May 30. 4.00 pm rom foot. of Hogan THURSDAYS.Street Jacksonville Prom ewis' Wharf, Boston( .,
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Returning *cave Sanford 9.CO a.m., and Enterprise 9.30 a.m..Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.. .
We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Oomple Stock of .


Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal SOUTHBOUND.Read Down. r SCHEDULE..Jacksonville.. 1 NORTBBOUi Read Up. .

Leave 3.30 p. m ......................... ............. ...:...... Arrive :2.00"-
7.C'. CottonSeed Heal Both and Dark. ,... 845 p. m. ..........._......... ....Palatka...:....................... Leave 8.oo,. sa.
Bright .0o.a.--m -... ..................Aitor. .. 3.00 p.;:M.
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; : 8TAT*AGKNT8 FOR 7 PURE. GROUND BONE Arrive 8.00 a. m. .................... ....Sanford....,......_...._ .. 9- Oa...
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TprMni8n Ffirilliw Co. NITRATE SODA I

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GUARANTIED ANALYSIS. SULPHATE POTASH, JL H. CLYDE hdtlt.ant TrManager.S,Bowing Green New York.
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FERTILIZES. ,J. LESLIE, Superintendent,foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville' ,Fla. .

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:i.,:. class ehall'be free from stamps, roots and 'designate the roads or parts of roads that ble millage shall be assessed on benefited I
;,-,,,.,...i.:-tfair'transpoition' rates tadgeollMtion other obstacles; the surface well covered shall be improved as first-class roads, property abutting and adjacent to first
from, hogs and nowhere im-: with pine straw ,and, this covered withearth also those which shalLbe of the second class roads and graduated to the'relative '
hOiUncmnf good rptu i_and are t1 9l'ii&q: ,the.sues! towards the class.: Funds obtained by loan on the benefit to the property. There' thall be ;
fcr needed. than in the. sandy roads- center. } / credit of. ,the county for the construction a wheel tax, and to encourage the use of
oltheSontir.;' if of good roads shall be disbursed by the wide tires the board commissioners -
'!following 'paragraphs taken from ,county superintendent-roads and commissioners; they shall, qualify as shall adopt a graduate scale,for
the 'EoittiLt&Q B gipn give epccincy bridges shall be:chosen biennially, who trustees of the road and bridge fund and the rebate of the. wheel,tax'in proportion .
tilt ciftof ft propoted .new'foad. ,. system 'shall'">y0 supervision,of,the constructionand' give bonds for the faithful performanceof to the width of tire. ;. '
ftto DMPloof iliaicoUnJ have now underjiac53oi ''repairs of"all ,,pablic: Broads :and their duties. ,
r: AT"it"emlxxliea:, some: new bridges 'in' the county.: He shall l have .

1iM: 'pgbitehsam! for the interest,. of charge of all road and. bridge material, The board of county commissionersshall '
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"- ote.- I tools 'and road' -working machinery have the authority to purchase im: The average Southern' country schoolhouse -_
..jc d syaUffi s1aallbedirided'intopond: j jtI owned by the :.count.p In the employmen proved road-working machinery,, tools is without fence, trees or attra60 .,
ee teMS to eof With the reh;;; ,t of-1 labor he shall, give the preference' and material for the economical construction tions of and kind. The school trustees
tit,+ ftoontof tefffic: that .each:will:Wto to residents of the' county. He and maintainance of roads and take little interest and the scholars lees. -
'. accommodate.. Their -con-, shall give boiid'for, ,the :adthfol ;performance bridges.of :Lake county;but.no officer, This is not creditable'to the school district
gip _tl..ehIIl tiontiaa9.untll allinsineseconnected of his duties" and shall be removableTor clerk or employee in any department of ,'and should not be tolerated. .Tha "

t lm eeeate wd.." tr V- p'piagP9intB... cause. H'salaryshall; be fixed the public service in the county shall American ,Agriculturist says 'an ideal '"
.-a..n: .,., ; :- '' byTthe boardbfoountycommisioners.gdod i serve as agent for the sale of any such schoolhouse and grounds can be easily
"' ih'.deeiil=Have-a. acinff..of, A roads committee consisting machinery, tools or material l to 'the, oun- pictured. The best form for a lot is ISO

&other' Muface 'material" 5 ins nine oiti was, eminent their P r acticalknowledge l. ty, nor have any interest direct or indirect feet front by 240 deep the land dry,a&4 .
;and 8 feet wide; laid:;, f aiAohea gleded -and personal: intelligence, -in the profits .of such sales, underpenalties. well drained ; have it covered with.tee, -
roIW W' .: : below 'the shall be appointed by,the county commi grass, 'such as is found 'on the )lawns' at .
bed. ._.. tkyrbole. thsg roll eioner8:lo verve, without> compensation hpine, Trees ihould not be- too'near .the '"
bathe "' ',dwn $?'be-aproPer+Qthineee;,: for.* period of, two .years, or until The board of county commissioners fence and not! so placed as" to be.in' the Sf
& Moo: ..... j:. phJ thj ir',jnccessorf"'ftjiall be appointed and shall assess the annual tax of three mills, way of 'children when at' '.; Hard .
:: ._ ..... sa sh:,feel=taek ,& t crow notifi d": ''Not.mom. than ,'two'-m mbers fix the road and bridge fond, and when walks, ,must be provided ';ltd front l

t ";dIi'-.J d, 8 ny (. ;fie .4--m. ce Brecjnct: 'l nor d..ed necessary special levy of two yard the pupils should,be ,encoarsged to
='" wide<; between &e:lines of.:day, not more than three from one commissioner's -- >' .f9 the road and bridge fund may. plant and care,for flowers. Time spent tin
I .X'.. .. ftw to ,be, covered:'with pine" district. After thorough inves I i by a four-fifths vote of the their cultivation'wbsW. het be throws -

: .,t ".' JSw41ed. into thesefL, ; .;. ."The.third-. tdgatidn. .the good. roads commission i shall' i,=* -.'- .:f of commissioners eqoita-. away, by any meals. ,. : ..
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