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UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida farmer & fruit grower
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 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: June 12, 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: UF00055765:00132
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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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''1:Pei.n; Editor, 'I|JACKSONVILLE) FLORIDA _JUNE 12 1897 Whole tNo.'lj':9 oQ ) I' :
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T 1Jr ICES 3 ::We shipped more peaches from'our own orchards' tula
'a -T...., UT"s-J.. '.' season than all- other growers in this section-combined THE GLEN ST.'MlRY 'NORSERY COMPANY
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The Pioneer-'Nursery: of Baker County, Florida.

I : t.' '. AWKO n IRE FRUIT ,GROWERS In our Orchards we've tested great- many varieties. Some of them we've discarded ast...
worthless some of them we find to be valuable. Our ,
l ; handsome Illustrated 65 Page !$
:"for J I Catalogue gives you the information that has cost us a great deal of time and a great deal
/; ; Everything the South. of money to learn.:. In addition to our large Florida and Gulf Coast trade we ship extensively -
to other countries. We. sold over$1,000.00 worth of trees last year to one man in Mexico. .
,Peach Plum .Pear Persimmon Citrus Fruits Grapes If you want '
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; .,:_ ,Nuts,. Ornamentals, Roses; Etc.,;Etc.,.Etc. FRUIT, TREES FOR SOUTHERN PLANTING
: .: '.*, .Yarletle, A MILLION'and'a'half trees. Over 300 acres. !or .
ti "No:BETTER stock'to select from. None so LARGE; We can furnish the best trees of the best varieties,free from'insects,and guaranteed true to
t. .' New Catalogue with over SO Illustrations, 28 New _Photographic :View*, Free onapplication. name. Correspondence'Solicited. Cattalogue Free. .
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,:;; Pearl or Cat.TaU MUlet,:per Ib,'J5C,'post-pe1d. German UnIet.........2 C:.per pound,postpaid.Kaffir .
.'Ani arCenE....,.....IUOn.PO", II Corn,.-...,..... .250.- -'. ." .- '
y ''r. Bed .-.........-.-..,,-- II '44, Sunflower..soc.per quart,' ., 'If

-:, 'Cow- Peai;Whlppoarwffl,.day,Red,Ladyfinger. ,'Wonderful,and Black. |3T Send tor.prices.'"< :. For.Best Seeds at Lowest_ : (Prices write for my List'for 1897.: ) *

t .- The.Largest Stock in the State, and every seed. New.. Crop. .
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-;. 125: E. :Bay /street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I handle only the products of Seed growers of National Reputation" such as

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y- { 't 'miltqi t keep Flo ida, Ot1Qtlge Co.; 'Henderson-Landreth.Ely.'etc., ,. ; 'etc. -. :, -' ', / *%>tI: ..'. .

BURTON K. BARRS, JACKSONVILLE,.FLA._ '.-
f DUNEDIN HILLSBORO CO FLA. .
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? Offers' to the public thU season the finest Citrus.Nursery Trees'grown In an experienceof
thirteen consecutive years.The stock Is:large and Includes the following widely '
_ F_ ,mown-and thoroughly approved .varieties,;viz: Satsuma,'' Mandarin Parson Drown/ ORANGES. ON: TEIFOLIATA STOCKSY
c (!Boose's Early and Centennial.: Jaffa Majorca,Ruby Blood,Stark's or Enterprise Seed- .- -V",,
-, JeaaYPlneapple, Bomosaasa,and Tangerine. Tardlff and King,Duncan and Marsh Seed- 0',
= )lees Grlpefi Ith,'Seedless Villa Franca Lemon (matchless). Oblong Kumquat(superior SATSUMA, PARSON 'BROWN, TANGERINES, ETC.,' ETC, '
i.1'" *to]the round): ,Budwood at all times. 'PriceS reasonable. Prompt attention to cor- .

'! -wipoadenU.. rAddress all communications' and make all remittances-payable to + +.+ FIELD GROWN :RQ'SES.+ + +: !-

Mil'waukee Honda .
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Orange Co; '
.. Including the famous "CRIMSON, ,RAMBLER," Marechal Niel, American v
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Choice Stock Trees bearing the finest Paper Shell Nuts of largo size,and'a'General '
.GRAF'rED_ ,PEcANs** Line of Fruits, Evergreens, Etc. ,Prompt .Attention. 'Proper Treatment. No. 1 .
1< Stock. The trade Orders booked for full 7SUMMITNURSIIRIES.
supplied. now shipment. .
9tw&the choicest trees in Florida: Money making Early P acbea.. -A full line of Pears and .
-':: ;:- !.") 31 ,Plums Delicious Celestial! Figs.: Mulberries. that bear four months.. D.;L._ !PIERSON, 'Montf e1 o.ria.: -

'.' ;:: ;, 'ISATSUMA :AND; OTHER ORANGES ,ON TRIFOLIATA. ,'...

,,' : z ...stocks one;two and three yean old::' ;All itoc :clean and healthy. Send for intercatalogue. The -

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'> I J." H..QIRARDEAU.Prop.' Montloello'Fla.Q PRODUCE and f I J

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:-;. LEA N ED BEGGAR WEEDS aU B YTSEKKEBY Product of the and OAUDZK gABM.,ORCfdBDDA1-Market Beporta.; Lat -.

: :.:-:The CLEANED SEED should,be{sown Florida daring the summer rainy Reference!,gt&,free upon .ppUc4Oon.y :Add C rpWe ._ .
: feM9a and you should obtain your supply at once. Sow 8 poundsper acre for hay 0.811 Liberty Street. PITTSBTTROH. Penn'm.SOWERS :

or 5 pounds per acre for fertilidng purposes. 0 BROTHER!&- Co.. stab.twat- .

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,:_- B Eipre (or Freight not prepaid in 1 less than 50 pound lots 25 CENTS PER / ,4I "Jib Send for CATALOGUE Annul Descriptive -
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: IRI 5O. pound'lote:' 'and,lea than at'221} CENTS PER POUND: 41 :- \ newly Issued and revised. Geo S. Hacker & 'Son' :.'
-lQQ po>sad later and above, rf ;4 CENTS( lO8Air 11 It contains ,everything ,
'Practically a drougfet-Mgif' for forage and grain._We have needed by the Horticulturist -1Manufacturers of
:wurtR CQR both the White and.fteaUfcBetiea,at 10 cents per packet; 30 cents I S and p1 t-Jover. UILDINQ. 'MATERIAL
--' .. per Pound !,postpaid ten pounds not prepaid, I1l O.fit' WANTS and TR1 ES for J .
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",""' nA.r!: jou:dsri aere'; fourpounde-' ;'. ._ -'" ; 1 l Orchard,Window.o fifCHARLESTON.. S.C; "-

:( )t. I USAlilSM,:niBijM8lmIiar VVUH to'kftSfe)(Ben,'tfnt'has1 large white grains. Same c ,p cone&ion or Greenhouse.to'JeItd Largest from f Per "'our makes,"which we gnaraatea
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':: :/y: :; ..-,: PINEAPPLES., or both, have become, diseased, some' fruit or,' yegetabl S are put upi i. !the

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A' with affections similar) anthrax, anda market. It we pick our early grapes
softening of the hoofs and bones of before they.are ripe, the.man" who

..'-S f,:. 1 ,. DO YOU' KNOW. the limbs. Our information is that buys a basket will not buy any more
-<: '," -' hundreds of these cheap stock died fruit so long as he remembers bow

:'' ':"- 1'.. ; during the past summer and fall, those green grapes tasted. If he buysa

.. : : :RUSSEilt;?-, proving: of course, a dead loss to the bushel of apples and they are some .&'
: unfortunate It is said that hard sour variety he will
; ; *'<-' purchaser not buy
," ) i: / :c. : this stock is corralled in certain partsof more apples.as long as he can remem-

c Tennessee; Kentucky, Virginiaand ber how those rotted in his cellar, since *
Grower
..._ ,'. Every > :' -1'1'o't; } ,:' Arkansas in droves of thousands, nobody? > would eat;th m. Good ripe;
jf .:' .. _' and that their feed consists of the fruit: or fresh, high quality'vegetablesmake

F nGY Pines-in: slops from distilleries. The value a market tor more of the ,same,
; : of placed upon such stock by tbe ownersat class. Poor stuff-gluts the market ands .

... .>,-'',. these points. ranges from one to dissatisfies people with'eating anything
; : three dollars head. This is'the of the kind.-Green's'.
same !
per Fruit\.
"-t. \4( i L NO t I : +";' : the Country Does.i : character ?of the stock which is Grower.. .' .. .'" =.1

: brought .to, our .State and sold for > ,_ : .
sound fir stock. ., ,
t-class ', A specialtax 1.:. 0::;
J' ;t The Celebrated INVANHOE and PAIR OAKS PINERIES are known or license should be required by Tillage Is Manure. :....;..ji
: ':. .throughout the UNITED.STATES as producing the FINEST FRUIT EVER PUT *s.
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all such dealers; a tax of 25 per cent. Jethro Tull was not far amiss in.
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THE
.. ON on the gross'sales' would not be ,too that statement and sci-l i
i. To'produce Fine Fruit you must have ,many,pf ou.r
.;.. : 1'1 '* much. In ,the interest of, ,and for'the entists are.the strongest .advocates:pf-
rt, '* 'FINE PLANTS. 4y : protection of uninformed people some the essential part of this theory Pro/4; ,
: speedy,and.effectual action should betaken Roberts has been making some expel=
'. ',_"' '''''1'have} for sale more Fancy Plants than any Grower in the Country, and a : -; Report of Commissioner iments with potatoes at Cornell, -land:
,. NONE. I
reputation' SECOND TO Wombwell. I ask Stockman and. Farmer readersto
Purchase your plants from the PIONEER GROWER of Fancy Pines. and you .. ,
f get a GUARANTEE that your plants are absolutely TRUE TO NAME. : ---.. give the following five ''conclu
s a : Price List now ready. WRITE AT ONCE.GEORGE sions,"which he draws from his, expend
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"Over-Production..
One Cause of
.i. : I. RUSSELL, Orlando,Fla. ments: careful reading and itt.. BOX 614. Oysters are a delicacy. I refer to i. "Most arable soils possessvsufli:
...1' p/ good oysters.! We voted at our house dent potential plant food for a bountiful -

...:.,'" ,' that we would have them sent up reg crop. :
t.i.: <{ and them for "The for the State
ularly we. enjoyed a season 2. average,yield
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r :: but at last the quality degenerated. (New York) is not more than .about!!
Then we all voted we wantedno one-third what it should be, and What'

41 iiernRailway. more oysters and no more oysterswere it would be, were proper methods of

St purchased.for along l time.I cultivation practiced.. ':' .
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: .: am particularly fond oi whitefish. 3. "The low average in the-State:it
'l.\t ,. I[ have seen them taken out of our due'not so much to lack of potefiUal
< f. : ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST RODTE.
'.; l.<.,. .. 1, .;- ; Lake Ontario shore by the wagon load. plant food as to the insufficient'supply
.1, ,,',' ,.. : These fresh caught fish, properly of moisture. : .,
I ; ?i. tu04G8: PULLMAN DBAWDTO,,BOOM: OARS, DINING CARS cooked, are delectable. We orderedthe 4. 'By frequent surface l1a'ge'mo.iSture -*

.: ;'-,. I9BOVO PARE COACHES, VESTIBTTLED' TRAmS: fisherman to bring us nice fish may be conserved and potential:; _
: every week; but after a time we became plant food made available. ; ** >

tired. Not that the fish was not 5. "Commercial fertilizers shouldbe
t: t NORTH, EAST AND WEST: desirable food, but these particulartish used only when the soil fails to'respond -

had been kept too long and had lost satisfactorily to tillage, or to *

n ..,. : TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. their flavor. We countermanded the supplement manures and cover crops{

..: .::. "! : orders; and no more whitefish was and stores of plant food already1Otbe
Southwestern: : soil.1'-Stockman and Farmer.
Washington. and Limited, sent.Fresh - -
hot toast is healthful and
appe- .
And the United States Fast Mail.
tizing. It sometimes difficult to keep
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: l' -. '21 HOflBSJAOZBONVILLETO WASHINGTON. *and make safe in
that any old bread will make good through dangers us'

: _.:. .. 4 ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO ,NEW YOEK toast, but this is a mistake. ,v c. all the presence of peril. A' perfectly
,ihV voted to have toast regularly, but after :strong man with rich, pure blood,,has
's s.; ; ,'Is.Yrltb.Ib1Trthe eempond of Latest Improved Pullman Sleeping Car:* 'and Hotel Dia a time the cook allowed it to dry over nothing to fear from germs. He may
', <.' Lag Can through without change to Washington,Baliimar. I '. "
the stove until the crust was hardly breathe in the bacilli of consumption!
: Pldladtlphla,New York aad tiu ML :
7 ,.- biteable. It also came on the table with impunity. If there is a weak
-; \" : partially cold. Then we decided we spot where the germs may find an en.

'THROUGH_ PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN didn't want any more toast. trance to the tissues, then the trouble, ,

1i : JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. March 30th I went into a lunch begins. Disease germs propagate with-

room and asked if .their strawberrieswere lightning-like rapidity* Once in the:
j :; : \, Threngk Steeping Cars Dally. Jacksonville to good. ,The price was 15 cents blood, the only way to get rid of them .

s- 'i-. ;i : .' Cincinnati, via Asheville,Through the per small dish of Southern strawberries. is to kill them. This is what Dr., ''.
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>. \. were fine. I therefore ordereda for. It purifies the blood That means' .--:;
-t ',- '" and that it kills the but that is : :i
dish with coffee and bread germs, only :
::- ,. I. a.." ..de1eledt tentea sehedctea. Beeping! oar reeerta !ose. etc., appljt ray '
.', ,;<' Mjraftat o S J'JJ ;:-{ :- strawberries in two, but met with.difficulty tion by stimulating the secretion of
> F .: ._ L L 8HFXAI i'lorldaPaalgt..112 West Bay Street, Jaoisonrillt Fix fluids -
.' ;:: | the berry was so hard and digestive so promoting assimilation
-. it:: :7KOULP,. ,W A. TURK, 8. H. HARD WIO$ green. They 'were. of good. ize, but and nutrition ; purifies and enriches
;S,' fnlk' Vuaf r. ften.: P_.. Ait,: ....t. (}em Past.WMkBiCtoa ..lrt.. had been picked before matured. A the blood and so supplies I the
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; It its" I tlanta. few had the natural strawberry flavor tissues! with the food they.need., ;:It:
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t.' I quality than small turnips. I ate a puts the whole body into a diwase-

4: .....,..V. ; Diseased! Horses Brought Into one demanding the earnest consideration ., portion of the berries,. but (feared that :resisting state., ... t ,. ;

.'..:':.. x:.S. r.. ... :'Fl 0 rid a. ., and closest scrutiny by the Leg, I might have the colic a short time :1 Send 21 one-cent stamps,\to?cover'
.....".>1 .' \ ...2..Z'_ .. islature at its coming session. It is: after. I shall not order any-.more- -cost of mailing only,. and get this great.

j tS '1 r :.. This is'a question of vital| ip'?!tC t- the indiscriminate auctioneering at, strawberries until our home-grown book, The People's CoWmos D e
,'. tance to the, farmers of.t thS ge public sale large numbers of horses: friut comes into'market v '/ .:. Medical Adviser, gMMyj'nxL Address

_ St ., .-. which jias been quite frequCj1.F! brought from various States, numbersof ; I speak of these matters, not 1o' 'cail World's. Dispensary iM djcal

;,S '.'-::.. forcibly=brought to the ,attention of which, by reason of their treatment ., attention to my personal affairs, but'to Association No. 663 Main Street,

: ': c the*;> Commissioner* "> recently' ;and it is, ,' ,or the character of their fL food, ,I indicate, -Which, occurs when poor Buffalo;;'N..I"y'i. .

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: :- Tobacco. this purpose Mr. Curry/raiues certain Curry does not, ,want, his plants to might remain on the leaves when har- Y

weeds, as the'ragweed (artemisia) and grow; he gives them no inducement to vestsd. Therefore very thorough '

,.. --.j-- the'hogweed colt's tad (- grow by hoeing or plowing. If they hand-picking must be employed : ...

";s..., ,'o: : TOBAOOO. CULTURE ,AT -.-' -, ---), nearly ashigh as cow grew any in such .cool weather the 0

R' QUINOY.: peas.< plants would be stubby and,the leaves SHADING.

I hard; and stiff destitute of The of fine '
; .SEED BEDS. elasticity, growers cigar wrappers :
destitute of silkiness.. His forward are like the
most pineapple
planters, be
Headquarters. of the. Industry in These are situated in 'or near
% North Florida. or'other low moist plants on the Santa Clara Plantation ginning to see the advantage of a partial .
sThegroviingandcuringofa swamps grounds,
are not over two feet high, and l shade for the plants. The unobstructed -
in sheltered locations and
perfect( are generally he is not at all concerned about.it he rays of a semi-tropical <.' "
; sun ,
: tieL| finest most intricate in the same places after
cigai wrapper year year.
would not have active growth set in create too dark a color and too toughf: t
art in the whole range of agri.culturej The land is enriched with commercial until hot weather is' fully established. Ia fiber. The fashion ; .
prevailing .
in
.., and it is fitting:that ,the chief !fertilizer;, almost any good corn fertilizer
When
} a plant or a sucker has grownin cigars,demands a light color, and the .
of the. :should be' in will start tobacco
;y. l eat industry one a strong plant. excessive drought or unseasonablecold caprices of the smokers .
,.of the noblest regions of Florida.Certainly Mr. Corry has had some of the special are as imperious
and is still'and unyielding, it will as those ol the ladies. The most
i :there isno, f1ore'loyely! and tobacco fertilizers tested but was not
sometimes( pay to cut it back to the expenenced planters in Gadsden .
= in the United States with their T
: 'picturesque;spot particularly impressed usefulness -
ground and allow a sucker to come county now, in clearing new land for .
*.than that, ,aroundQuincy, an undulat- and, has not adopted any of
t.1 instead, which, will rapidly tobacco, do not cut down all the
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grow trees ,
1 iag surface with them. One prominent object in using ; ,1t
hilly
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and silken often
k loftg vistas of streets or'country roads the same land year after year for seedbeds of them. Messrs. Schoeder &

shad$ with majestic,oaks_overarching .is to prevent it from! becoming MANNER OF PLANTING. another New York, firm who Bong; .j'

'.them 1' and 'clustered around the plant. seeded with weed seeds. For this I Mr. Corry has had his foreman t test large tobacco farms in this }have V

rf 'eh' mansions. on' .the summits.. The, purpose, after the tobacco plants are !various plant-setting: machines, but last year planted an county,.

'" 'iigr ''plantations of he_ Owl- CigarCopany removed, the beds are heavily mulched none of them have given satisfactionand a slat-shed over experimental It-an inch acrewith slat -:
; : are spread out in various with pine straw which suppressses all they have fallen back to the old -
alternating with an inch thus
'' directions for' miles around the other the of space, _
..... ; neat growth consequently system hand-planting. The rows giving a halC.shade-which cost about
i ,brown-tobacco ,barns, crowning hill deposit of all other seed until the are run about four.feet apart and the $3 Copper acre. The results i

J c_afteihill( :l !, and- all,..around ,them fields. beds are wanted again.FERTILIZERS plants set fifteen inches in the row. satisfactory that this were have so t.

.ott;tobacco'or-cowpeas or corn, without USED. In one plat which, we looked at, of two acres shedded. Probably year they the t'i.-.

a weed'in'sight, fence-rows clean, Cuba tobacco, they were set twice as paid for the shed crop ,, '"
J. ?Cotton seed whole 'or crushed, j the first year. F' .
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;thej land furrowed out on a water- thick, as an experiment, with a double Mr. :
and homemade the main Corry has had 'the foreman of.. I
'level l around the hills to wash; composts are of It is
., prevent portion manure. thought the Santa, .
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even terraced with ,ditches for dependence for the tobacco crop on this of plantation try an experiment t
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by tall
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these plantations. 'The foreman, Mr. posts : .
"the same purpose. may produce a. greater delicacy and
,, \ 'The wisdom of.the'F. C. &" P. ,Rail. Curry, thinks' that cotton seed meal silkiness of the leaf, toward which wires have stretched on them, on which he :, twill '
velvet beans These .:'
} road,Company in employing an agent frequently becomes so heated in the every study and every effort is direct grown. "
arbors '
4 ,run east and west and tall ; ,
of manufacture that the vitality are ; .
(Mt!;;iL:Curtis! ) .who spends his entire process ed. On strong land they are set and .
of it is impaired he it often enough near enough together to :
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'Q _e traveling, and instructing the ; says thicker than on thin land. shade .,
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---:pkaters Y ,who'are i inexperienced, as far comes to them caked, which can not The plants are droppefi along the ground completely at noon. .". ." '

south as this line extends, is apparent, do otherwise than injure its fertilizingvalue row, a second hand makes a hole witha Recurring to trees as a shade for .. .

,Bet in_the bulk of; direct traffic pro- just as "fire-fangmg" injures peg and inserts the plant, a third a obacco field, Mr. Curry said the '_.';"
horse manure. He attaches no particular short-leaved pine would do for this '
;iced; ,aor.other crops might be encouraged waters it with a dipper. In a severe
', .which would yield the railroad importance to the oil in the seedas drouth the plant is watered three times purpose, but not the long-leaved pine. -.

'1 ';, much more income per acre and a fertilizing ingredient, and is -first, in the,hole; second, after the The' long needles are very sharp.'' :_ ..

the,'planters much less. The greatest aware of its value lor economic pur plant is set ; third, the next morning.It pointed and they fall points down, "

.. ttkimate benefit to the corporationrisesfrom poses, but is willing to sacrifice this in is advisable to set in the after- thus forming minute holes in the to.-t.'>''

:; .the general prosperity de- order to obtain the full value of the noon and very important to tamp bacco leaves, which ,destroys their. < '

velopcd, as plainly evidenced i in thebuildings seed as it, grows. Formerly theyused the earth thoroughly around it, leaving value as wrappers. ; .. ..
the whole seed and applied it to the
and teams pi I Quincy, for a no airspace beneath to dry out HARVESTING AND CURING. .
fi. wealthy' community will ,travel, and ground in winter, which rotted and the plant, and to extend the tap-root '
destroyed the thus preventingthem Formerly the plant was : ,
purchase luxuries, allot which brings germs straight down. ; i.
from growing. ,But latterly theyhave whole, but now' the sysetm cutprim..* '_ ,
business,to the railroad Much praise Plants set in land .destitute of humus
erected a mill for the of ing or plucking off. a leaf at a time is
: r* is duetto ,the sagacious and tarsight- purpose are much more likely to die than ,::
*' .'! x ed mensuch, as. Judge Dupont and i crushing the seed used on their plantations those set in land well supplied with followed. Cutting up the, entire plant # :

President. E. Duval,.of the F. C. the article. is a wholesale and :wasteful method; .:. :-

;... '& P.. Railroad l ,(who labored for years, The above facts attest the extraor the upper leaves are too green, the .',:
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: time and ,to dinary value which these growers attach seems like a .
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:' \' the' planters in money, undertaking thist to quality as contradistinguishedfrom i Early in the life of the plants come prodigious,labor to pluck the millions:.:,F' .

: :lucrative i industry and to instruct them quantity. They 'are willing to the cutworms, and these'are best com- of leaves on the millions of plants on < '

': : .in! its.details. let the land produce a money crop batted with Paris green. Mr. Corry a thousand acres, and so it is, but it,: ; .

.. .Having been over these plantations s only once in two years (with a manure has had various patent dusters'tested .[pays. They aim to gp over each'field ';
the alternate ); and they are and has found nothing as satisfactory twice a week, but cannot always com <:o
_- ,, ,-: > before and having but a brief time at crop year .:1
':-" ::'j'our 1 :.. disposal.. we visited only, the willing practically to throw away the I as an old tomato can nailed to stick mand the' force to do It. From one; .

'"- 'J., ""..Santa Clara'Plantation, for, which facilities cotton seed oil, worth say $10 to the and perforated. The horn-worm has to four leaves at a time are plucked f'.

{, : ; were provided by, the ton of seed, in order to have a fertil two broods or generations. One according to their stage of ripeness ,,, ; .
in and consists of small and the condition of the weather.
? general manager Mr. W. ,M. Corry izer unheated and unimpaired, -which comes May
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.< f yo; the,Messrs.' Curry: Bros., ,one of will produce a leaf,of the consummate e worms.. During the month of June They .are placed carefully in large ,
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; whom is superintendent of all the excellence desired. there is exemption from this dreaded baskets and hauled to the bar n :
then in second Women and girls with needles ]' .
pest; July comes a andtj:
pUotations and the other:the foreman PROGRESS OF PLANTING .
brood the and 'more threads run' them together ,ranumber *
worms larger, a certain
oflbe Santa Clara indebted
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backward season than before. No on a string of "
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}. "-" ;;" ". '\ "ROTATION, OP CROPS impeded the planting, so that there is ing the first brood.seems to have any enough space between each two to'J'f 4

-, __ It is'found that the best results. cane on the nine, plantations only about effect in mitigating the pague! of the admit one's finger. They,are placed =

: \) ; attaiaed 'by' 'alternating. tobacco 700 acres s-efyet, where they expectto : second. His neighbors who use no back to back and face to face alter :

_ AA _'.with ,1'othacrops; especially those have 1,000 before they are through. precaution or preventives-seem to have nately, in order to secure air space ,, ; '

I which increase: the supply of humus Cigar tobacco is a hot-weather plant; no worse visitations than himself. between them when they wilt, and ;=-r

.iw the':soil, ;Hence every. other'year i that is to say, only hot, humid daysaad Against these worms of the second curl together. The ends of the,string ',, _'-

.' 11 f yqr'UMie t. about;,depending somewykon fairly warm nights, causing a rapid brood the foreman is cautious'about are .fastened .to a lath to hold it ; ,

; -the native strength of the land;,a growth, can produce the delicate- using Paris green; it is never applied stretched and straight,and the lath is =

': .< r.crop f.or".. cow ptts is I grown and allowed IJextured wrapper leaf l which thesegrowers after the plants have been topped. If hi* .OB;a. frame in the barn. >,', ':

..: ; to ripen,and, partly rot,, on the desire. In such cool nightsas sprinkled on later than that, unless :4We.shonld have said above that the :- ? ;_-- :

_, JaM,;wh'en)it is plowed under. Fo there have been this spring, Mr. I copious rains fell, some of the poison flower-bud is'pinched l'out: or the plj "",*r ;> '

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V .is to,:prevent it-froiri ,going,; to; ,seed, V tobacco, equal in, 'every respectto when we consider the fact that the Grove $! Orchard; :.: I

,'wHch: rouldspoil; the quality of :the that 'produced; by. the 'use of 'sources from which organic fertilizersare .. --, ,';,
,:leaves. organic fertilizers; and their cheapness 'derived are somewhat limited, it -'ff. .t>.",-. A
'Iris ra'difficult matter ,to instruct'a 'compared to the others makes i it i behooves us to do the best we can Budding Cloth. : ;\

'.. f. V 'novice byWritten'rules- how decide aVital: question for the tobacco' grower -, i with what we have been already using. Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: ? '},j'

of the furthermore the'lands that' Prof.< In 'acid and, Not long'since published' '
,when a:: tobacco'leaf ; wrapper buying,phosphoric pot you rep
.,1! <, ... nypej'; is ripe';enough:to pluck: Theses Moode mentions in said article as ash, we must have 'the'very best t-ror ce_ipt for budding cIth"or, wraps. .
;, growers rrlyless :on; ;the :touch ,than containing too much phosphate for tobacco, ,and they must be.applied a I have one'that I much prefer; .. -

on the sights A novice: very'likelyto 'tobacco, are:confined to certain localities great many, ..weeks before plantingtime. Take a five pound pail,, or'-any V ;.f

> pluck the:leaf'prematurely.', There and do not'in any sense includethe r If we do that, and give the two' quart pail, put in beeswax and:,"'-':

;; .are :certain little white pfdes'1-- or best lands for the tobacco'culture. crop the proper? :cultivation and atten pitch or'beeswax and resin, enough;!, 1 ,

'patches,;a mottled coloring with.aslight But' in.t.t tobacco culture, as .in everything -. tion, :we need have no: fear but'that when melted to fill the pail two thirdsif-

V [general tendency to whitening. else; the.grower must be' guided we will be: able ,to produce a. verygood full, and set on a slow fire, and whiles.
> :; which; mdicates matunty. It is ,thesaraewithithe .principally by .the nature of his soil, article i indeed without a particleof melting prepare'your"cloth thus:.
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c .. ,LeConte pearandihe and its general adaptation: to the s1)c. organic fertilizers Take three yards cheap calico, they! .

: "" w ten.ne19n., ,Some ;growers pinch cessful'production of whatever crop'is C.' K. MCQUARRIE.DeFuniak starch having been washed out, and: '

,00: ,- 'the'leaf Cor ,double jt together.withfthe : wanted provided, of course, that the Springs.. Fla. with a pair of shears notch across'theth _.
.. '(acej inward,:and'when' it .snaps ,they. I proper'fertilizers are used to 'give\ the *.-* end of the cloth the 'width you wish:_ ,;'
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pronounce.. it'ripe. This test, howev plant"a':well balanced ration:' The reporter of the. St. Augustine your'budding strips, simply cut into: '.. .'
'er, s.not soTtrustworthyas the above.: In.our heavier: sandy of West News describes the antics of a schoolof the cloth quarter' of an inch. Now :,
i'1' + 'Florida where'the soil is menhaden. They covered fifty the whole into '> f'
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rich in 'organic; matter, the use of acres of space' and the water was 'six 'of these started strips in1 J
The experienced tobacco grower,- swarming full in places, 'and'in others ...
mineral\ fertilizers is imperative. I each Take a piece of a broom handle '
k'f .like \he "farmer' with :the wheat or have growl ::'as good Cuban seed'tobacco there would not be so many. At one ,eight inches long, by,this time*"!
w ; hay,crop"plaris tohave different t fieldsor rignF'here as 'anywhere in the point a thousand would form a whole your'wax is melted, dip the end of the :S:

yarieties. $o'timed as ,to bring on. State (so.experts" : told,me at the'time), whirl-a-gig and turn around in a small broom handle into the hot wax, take ,
the harvest successively.!For instance. and solely'on mineral fertilizers. 'circle so rapidly as to make one dizzyto the end not ;notched one of the' ;

tneVueltaj .Abajo or Cuban .variety If the phosphoric acid and the sulphate look at them; in another they strips'of cloth and wind,on the end of
should be'planted earlier than the Sumatra. ,would form a line and in single file
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of potash are long .
_ .. ;'The 'month :of April is ordi- enough in advance of the planting of march slo'wly-along as if going to a .When that is wound begin another, .,. i:.i;
''narily the-rignt planting season for have become funeral. Occasionally a :shark would ':
the crop to properly but first drop a little wax on' the end g
s;. the !former and May'for the latter...An'x cause momentary' diversion, but it .
mixed with.the soil, they will have a of the strip last wound tohold; it in i .,: <
.+.'.- : "abundance of: bari1 *room makes 'the'i. far greater,value than if applied immediately seemed to disturb them very little, place, and prevent the 'next' strip: ;+jt i
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planter previous to the planting, and pro from slipping. Continue'' this till :all .
omies. A"' 'cutting .usually requires' itis? right here that the secret,of'the ceedings with .ther gularity of clock are wound and you will have a roll '
-about'three 'weeks drying to cure. in whole lies.If work. .
mater you apply pure that will fit nicely into your pail 'of : -
.'jj' the barn;it can then be removed to sulphate of potash of the,very highest The ''remarkable' freedom of the hot wax. Hold the roll in the.wax V ..

1.'. V;. : 'make'roomfof., a second grade to be had, and get it well mixedin Manatee County Tobacco Company's till it stops bubbling, that indicatesthe =

... \ Remainder next-week.1] the soil a month or two ahead of crop from the usual damage .from' air is all out, and the'wax is:in.
'..\". ... planting time, its effect on the plant worms is due to a careful attention on I generally hold it in the wax about -

Vr-- '' Mineral Fertilizers- on rot aaco. .will be to give it a, very superior flay.or. the part'of Mr.Teasley to the'proverbthat ten minutes, but do not have your'.
'$' Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower; ., And .if we must use nitrate of "the early bird gets the worm," wax too hot or it will burn the cloth; :'. : "

= In the FLORIDA'FARMER:AND FRUIT: soda,. it 'should be applied in very for the hands have, been in the fields have it not quite to a boil. After '.. ;,' ;'.

GROWER ,of Aprfl-'sth', Prof. Alopdie small doses, and frequent intervals... i I regularly at daylight destroying the taking it-out hold it.in your hand:ma5% _'f.:' .
4 it. advises,the discarding; all .mineral The tobacco: .industry of Florida cutworms before they were .out. of cool place for'a short time, turning.k 'l _' ;: ,,
t: J" ", saltslfor: nitrogen ,:and potash for,the i owes much of its success to Prof. sight, and consequently the stand is occasionally. If you like you can put J .: .
'f tobacco'crpp.; Now,. while.. : have I Moodie's ,persistent :efforts fonts; development almost perfect'and leaves 'with holesare two rolls close together on the sa e/!f!

the greatest.respect t.for Prof.;Moodie's and: that in the face of very rare.--Manatee* River. Jour. stick. Pin or tie.the .end of theaaat-J:,
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,. V of practical experience, still 1;consider growers, :and 'now, when his long &dwell place a"short distance Shape to tear: up as.you wish it, without ..
,his remarks in said ,:article'to, be 6| ;years of ceaseless toil and energy along south of .Orlando has been sold .i it* getting covered 'a rathersweepmg.nature.: .,-:,V | line, are, beginning to ,!bear: fruit, through the real. estate'agency of Mr.. -ll p rs' or your knives or"breech;; ,

':. .I don't pretend to"be in.any way &t:all recognize that whatever he S. G.. Doliveto. Mr. Wm. Drennen, a!!i =:it will last for months without "

tobacco,expert, but limited experiewlgoeS'toprovethat "say on ,tobacco. growing should the consideration:being the Sentinel "";1 m".UY Up. i '" .".>'. ;"i-"I 7-'t
,... ..' ,: 'mineral ,fertflizefsU carry great weight .with it, but to discard informed. ,-$4, .-Orlando: Sentinel. ia'year, ir.t'. gets;hard,. dip ".it h l'ed

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<, r ,'". ,:. :Isee by papers'and, ,'hear' from fensive"enough'to be'cburitedas more tL I .le i probably the Cheapest Insecticide .. '
," < '!.. ighborsjthat =velvet; ,beans are V ., in the,World.
;. than] a, trace t.'Iris ;vtrue(ihat exemption : 'ii .
being' extensively\ ;planted as a soil from.'se_ ous'.bartn td'lhe. orchards :...... i
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,, .;ienoyatoryand ammonia i g t er r.,,ram'glaanting'myown mmcropshas.',. been. :- '=E.=:.. ,Used in. Florida for iIflu e rs.__' ;
gained '
V ; in-vel- ; onlythroughintelligent ,-!''EI'A!_' ..U1rfC\lons..t"...._: _. ..... -.. 1 : e.'
:; orange grove "-: ; :.'I.-
and persistent effort .......-= -. ::r"t-:.. .. I t*\ .-
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5,1 ;avetibeaias.andwould larLwhat: like q"t,tell'your, and considerable expense;" but theresultjustifies"the .1s :..:rw; : *...1-.J: H B. MARSH- General Agent; /;
e ; j. I have seen that persaiadedme belief that-he poli \ j'o::: :t::...: : 1 ,

'.. 1.' ; ;to ;plant. )My" neighbor cy thus far followed l wlll'insure the -..;:._ lfi.f'_.:,; .... .9. !I Okaimmka (Lake Co.), :Fla. ';
Ci':;': made.a big crop.of ,beans 'on,a,small ett'bf! 'valuable 1 'i -AMraNVj- .SUM SHOT WOJS L- I j '
cqntinued our orchard i! Sold by .
** $ many merchants.HAMMOND'S
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'-y h;that .J he, uswiof potatoes :forage .
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MAKER 1000
property; especially'since the :.. SLUG "
SHOT WORKS
'etc ,
ops ;1:went the ,
to
9 ? .#- : ;;' over: see 1 law permits the.condemnation of neglected '
'''"' late in;the all and found all the trees : to FISHKILL-0 -HUDSOHiEW, YORK. -
as a menace neighboring -
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." :11': ;etc.;wilted! down'd'ly'ing.oil' 'orchards. .
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'. ;: -: :f c;, 'They'.madei,a:mulch of It ,was! formerly:,belieyed.that we at,.the same time de : :! ill.eer compete with the.grape or V V'.

: -. eves andvines fully.four inches deep climate of, the : interior fruit, sections ficial insects now so'n wines on,,the market. Anyone '
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@iaf ei the patch;'and 't the, ground These ,thoughts' ing to know more about this mat
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i made;;impossible ,the growth. h.ere' ,cf ;
'f. :J&aderneatru' was -verymelIo. and the black l scale, but:with.the maturipgof ed at] the request of '.an' or contemplating its manufacture
; thinKs[ the matter'.'d i .sample and know about
immense of f orchard get more
areas; affprdr ;
4 ; pother, :neighbor;*planted, ..three i ing' .shade,and.consequently less'arid i arid "believes the time ; by writing me, or J. Williams at_
J ps of_beans tnbis: :corn field I .about conditions this a cheaper 'method t ..Petersburg, Fla. "
+ pesthas, gained alodgmrent
.. twp;:grid: 'a" .halfac7when; !! he laid by and.the effect has:been and one equally WM; P.. NEELD,
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...,. )las.nom.:;., 5He: gat1 er' (i-sixty bushels more.injurious, to the fruit ,itself than, he orchard, pests, .. '
: M-:shelled and: ;they were the
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-' has the'presence of the variety first He allegeslhat.neither: 'Peaches. for Profit. x : ,

:yi&'be-rms.iW' this'the;same hnorhood.; land 'planted This Jn referred to.=,, A, pr m n nt.orc.hardist spraying are of any 1 1St. There,is no other country'ftha .. "
.. of pes> are dormant, but' .V
expresses the
jlong experience\ opinion in conflict with South Florida's
: :cbraigain. The'plot where the beans .
spent in "
that'the money
,, n looks.Uke river bottomiJsVpng ; prevalence of this insect crop. J .
f e.gro! : \ should obtain for
r i maVes it)worth Awhile consider if
to a 2d. Her peaches like her
and slustywhere, the oranges
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knowledge as to
*:," 'c 4 ":were' theland better,method t of fumigationcannotbemade superior in flavor'to those : 3.'
as: not planted, though likely to.beof real. grown
,use!of. Gas has :worked. fairly . .. f -
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\ ; 1 is precisely: .same ,in other reP .:
:acts. and has had the same treatment, well In i stopping the.rapid.]nCfeas ,or .Guava 3d.<::1. Wormy peaches are unknown .
1 the 'corn is not half so. good. .' the ,red, scale, but.. its use: is'ery'ei?. Editor Farmer and Fruit,G while borers and .other insect en

; -, These beaks certainly seem,to beibe pensiye. Indeed, so much,"so that it Some time.ago.one' are not half so destructive asV

"' : boss i making'humus r and gathering : cannot.be'sed unless. Uer.prices can wanted: know, .how the'older peach growing districts;,.. .::.

., ; )that most.expensive of fertilizers; be,,obtained, for, oranges than have wine.i: ,There.seems: to<<; d ."_:- '.'-t;.
been receiyed.of( late years. .A.single -.an .in o11p'reh If &th will r :
: QmoBJa.;r would!adyise'everyone:,to 4th properly manage y
'shade their; land/rom the hot sun and 'eatmenlina:a season- at :a cost from mysterious influence i .here every year., '. '
;> .'provide{ fertilizer! and humusfor future' fifty cents to $i per free.is not sufiicient -, world called\ "luck." The elements\ of success are.few,and .. V .
,:and.the cost.of this alone.inunfavorable.seasons succeed and if followed,
10. ;_' lie by:planting these'' beans whenever. lucky you can : strictly out suc_
*|j p itibIe.' The; crop itself is a;valua-! ,may be more than thing; ; if unlucky you. js,sure. I believe the most i im: '

: ble'one, making splendid forage for the trees produce. Itis, certain ,that hang up, your harp ( !! element! of success Is the; $el '
:1ioises ]cattleandhogsr.: : Hogs .!; the:late,methods .of spraying;.are very you will but there l ctlOn of varieties that are adapted
; especially '
',,:/ .fatten and-thrive on;' the beans., nearly as.efficacious. and: this,' an ,be can'tbe.explained; I, .this climate and soil. To plant any

.... : F. H;..BOUCHER, done at from twelve to thirty cents per who try to make .wine! the, Persian varieties, and 'in fact -. 4
,;Orlando Fla.= ; tree,-and ,,since any, operation must ,be vinegar hybrid.! of the other varieties, means a x

.:. ft.x'; .:.,. .'- repeated J if( one hopes.to maintain or vaue. I;can't There are only four::brdive

e.. clean orchard- the matter of e_ xpensemakesthismethod I makeSjWine.. .' .B ; ; that will prove profitable
Cl "F'wnigating; .' ....''va. ;Sprayinar, for..' OrV ,- ? preferable. Then I your plan: .varieties for this locality :The '

?; ..,' -J aiigeSaale, -t ;" the repeated .fumigation:,by gas will i Put ripe,guayas, in,:'J'r\ t most. i important thing is,to..culti.. '
y.,\' :'>!'" ..At:":the Orlando meeting ,of the prevent the.tree; from fruiting and ultimutely mash them up 'a,little, ; properly. ,Peaches and weeds
: .Horticultural Society.Professor t : Webberraied'the -, t l kill it.) hilea, proper spraying :; so of water.;to'them ; grass or other crops cannot be '

R s: .:. : tques\lon.\ /whether theM may bebeneficial., As.the, inspectorscannot.find days,you can;;draw 'of!, ; : f Jly. grown: together., .An.
.' ';orange scales could not be better ,and.[ all.the.trees,affected with put,two to two and a very important element is proper

.'1 Bi ; apJr 1 ;combatted by fumiga-; red,scale, those 1 .who are. sufficiently cane sugl-granuated! mg, especially\ with potash I

,. ti than by spraying.; In California? trained had better: be employed in in the stores is o.k.,; as looked over this country exten .

.' ;'t hii.are ;idifectin' their.inquiries: posting,thei.orcbardista as to when Put this in a tub;; ,and ; ely; and I,believe there is as fine

." th[ojipositedirection! as appears from they had better spray .to secure thekilling and, scum will, .rise lands; ,fu1, this county as any- '

:0" .>,,the ft kwininthe; : Riverside Press;: .of the young' of both!. varie skimmed, ofl, 'sOme. ,, ,in Florida. I will give ;your
{ **;The comments of:certain':of our copy ties., the clear! liquid may ; .a little of my own actual l ex.
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';? temporaries_ .eonveya false and, ,miS.i, [ ,It was: announced! by those study- This is then put into a nce, and of course what one man .
: JL.1ead* ?r g.ide 'regardingfie presence.or ing.,the situation that:last _summer's rel; keg or jug... Let it done another can. do. ,

,;, ,'''tat i fed scale in the Riverside'orchards heat; had. killed off the black scale, a loose<< bung or,spigot' In'January, 189I! plantedftwo; -" V

: .: Ooe:would "suppose :from their talk 1 and that:there. was 'some ground; for, cape. When? done V peach trees" on: light, jwrad '

.X'tb&t the insect is to'be; ,found riot only. this) .statement! .is .shown_ .by the fact stop tight and go.and mo k.l land. They werewdlcul.

'ovka; large area, but: that it was in that our oranges"were'generally clean i it for .about! ,::eight \ : during the' summer of-1894 .'

;'places'so.plenty! as fo i jute1e'Jrii: thiswintert.,! But any one. who watches some fine dayor' r t no fertilizer was: used: except:ash.-. ..:

F'IVBA; even'endanger-Uielife of the trees j. thetrees closely just inow: ,will find. day, while.the idle ra \ where. the nard wood tbatwast: : .

.. ..' Mitt .offactawhile.if: ; is knoyii black scale, enough to, seed the or- workshop-go;.and,. .tu on.the land had bees t:8e-d.: :; VV;

.:>ite"exist in..many :groves it has, been so chards:with the .smut.-making: pest if and let out a glass'and, June, 1895,, Isold. enoghpcaehes

I .. trJ! itchedy and;?so,efficiently! theeoolseason;; continued-long, The of stuff' is it? Just ; I, those trees, topay; ,forthejtrees! =
I U: .here practically nb. and native 1 lady bugs, and. their larva? are. good-so called I .the first year's cultivation. I .-

n: ". t: b r i iPossibi1ity :4f_ 1ftI $enty, and may exterminate the,pest; pf a dark,amber color, I have stated that I 1 lost from "

;"! ."i* >j- j ravages- becoming ;s i .. &it. :that, we 'must.follow. some ,syste- depraved taste,, with i V and other causes twenty of the '

4 c Ua; the, casesinLos: ',A g ," 'dc.plan, of.spraying.seems'certain, quality, weakJna1c. } ,.,leaving one hundred and eighty -

"' iscountiesbelore,i : away: ,ffi' vwewould; keep down .the numbersof } to ,have.medicinal, i lB!::June; 1896,. ,trees;,being two '. 4I

)fWi ,. .fc destrpying ..thej;sf pest ti hejnjurjous insects;:.even: !though.i rhea",cases, especially.- : I Fa i '.half.yearsIVold.. I..spJ.dt$4s. .-""v1 '
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_ :,.eYR f worth .of ;peaches',or just .2.50: eer very melting in the mouth, and of .I Strawberries Ice",'
i>- *treet How does .that compare with a ,.mild, agreeable, sub-acid flavor Pain-Kilier. on
.. fJ grange" growing? Of course in one which would make it very acceptableto The celebrated T. &:T. Strawberry Refrigerators

:' ,article. Jik.e' this, I cannot give,the the housekeeper. (PZESY >1YB'.). are the universal favorite of Florid
: A Sore and Safe, Remedy In case growers. Perfected after years of expert'
every
minutiae the but:;will tell .
'. _of business and every Had oX Bowel Complaint isPainKiller1 ence. Give good service for good fruit. '
E- ;., more another time. I expect dur- The Curculio in the Far South.
TRUB7 ft THOMAS
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< %, ttjAg this.summer, to..canvass;this..coun In North Florida this year the Starke.1'lertdL
:,- tyJor,one of the.best.nurseries' in this \ -
universaUyin.tested -
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:' C who'desire.to:plant peach trees all the may be exceptions new, land. The II' is a Bimpto! ,safe'and quick cure for MARY T. FROTSCHER, President,
information I'can in
regard to successful -
'_ ", peaches coming to the Jacksonville : Cramps, 'Cough, Hhcumatism,
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Successors
j a : ( 1 peach, growing. market,,though small on account.of Colic, Colds, Neura1pa, to
; .,if t ,don't the successful'strawber' : Richard FroUcher's Graver Street Branch Store
;' :-Y. 'Why Diarrhoea, Crocp, Toothache.
the drouth, are free from this.pest. It Nos.518 and 520 Gravier St.,New Orleans,I*.
r'i growers, vegetable> growers, tobacco would interesting to.,know if South TWO SIZES, 2SC.and JJOc. Importers land dealers in Flower, Field and
.t growers, 'etc., gives sorne, of its -'v...."" ., Garden Seeds. Grasses,clover bulbs, seed potatoes
Florida is from
,I *. exempt ravages. andlrult trees in their season, Conducted
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the world
: 'their ideas and methods to We ,wish! our correspondents who are smooth, :and, I large*enough to ,receive by relatives of the late Richard Frotscber. Order
'"4 ::\ ,, through. your columns l that strangers familiar with deciduous fruits in Central the egg to be placed in it. She ,then send through for one Richard free Protscher's manual of 1896 or
; know what be'done here?
can
"p' may and South Florida would reportto turns around, and, dropping an* egg
It seems:to me'that:the:people around. us how far south it occurs. The into it, again turns and pushes it"with

Lakeland ought to give you their un following full information was fur her snout to the end of the passage. fat

.:<, --'bounded.' support and patronage' :andI nished the Rural New: Yorker by the When she is. satisfied that the egg is

.. ".'. 1,) trust. they do,,factor as a live in\the paper.is a N. :Y.: Experiment' Station, in replyto properly placed, she proceeds to cut 7
very' important growth There hu never been a time when crow
I a' from South Georgia: the characteristic slit
; '? query crescent-shaped trs should guard against fanfare with mon
and; prosperity 'of:any ,community. care. There has serer been a time when <
curculio native of
The plum is. a in front of the egg-hole so as to un- .
': < '.rrr' Seed were more essential.Toe;artalways
-: F. P Henderson in Bartow Cour-
; the best. For tale by leading
of its destruc
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and it
.America, accounts dermifle the egg and leave in a.sort dealers.Yel1Where.lnalaton ham them.
'"ler-Inforinant.
'J trif',.. . tive work on plums can be traced in of flap, her object, apparently, beingto FERRY'S SEED INNttJU.it

: '< "' ;; 4'-' the literature, back to as early as 1736. wilt the flesh around the egg. and foil of Information for gardevm and
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-'-: :: Maritzgula.Editor Now there is scarcely a plum growerin thus prevent the growing fruit from planters. There will never be a better Urn
than now to send forth.1397 edition.Free.
.- ...' Farmer and Froit-G rower: ,the United States east of the Rocky crushing it The whole occupation D. M. Ferry* Co.,Detroit,Mioh.FAIRVIEW .
.':; ;: 'isenifby this mail a small box containing :Mountains who is not too familiar occupies aBout five minutes. The '.

1: a, branch of the above with with characteristic crescent trademark stock of eggs at the disposal of a sin

<:: ;_ partiallyripe: fruit and blossoms. '- of this"little Turk," as the I gle female has been variously estimated
r' =M1;.i. .- ;' :The seeds of the plant nowfruiting beetle is sometimes called. The insect at from 50,to .100, of which she deposits -

,-. ; "u*:*;3 c f ft.1 were' sent nie about five years 'ago seems not to have yet scaled the from 5 to 10 a day, usually.

-..::" from Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Rockies and is unknown outside the Last year, the beetles kept up their

0 ', :" } : t .t ,"and planted them' in_ box, that had one who may not be familiar with the nearly the middle of June, being the ,it! ... ,
contained condensed milk. appearance of the adult insect, I most abundant from May 2oth to "

!'They came up thick and grew'well, would say, go out and spread a sheeton June 1st.Thee ,. .ChoicePineapple ;;: 1i ,
-\and when 3 or 4 inches high trans- the ground under: a 'plum tree egg is of an oval form, of a o .

'. Y t planted ..them i in a row for a hedge. about a week after the blossoms have white color, and large enough to be .[\ ;
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( -,(>t' <.'1 The letter, 'said: they were -used for f fallen,and then jar'some the larger distinctly seen with the naked eye. -

!'< .'i>' :; hedges in that country, and the fruit,' limbs. Rarely will one fail to noticeon By lifting the flap with the fingernail, ,::
: ,,: ,iiiy f a'kind" of plum, made very fine jelly. the sheet what, resemble closely or with the point of knife, it may be Plants = ... :i1rf; _
Our plants were' coming bloom little irregular chunks of dirt or dead readily found. The eggs usually' -:' ] '.

,","- 7;" mHwb n1he freeze of '93 ametan d froze buds jarred from the tree. If these hatch in about a week, and the white, -. FOR 1sJAI41 .".. '

I ;' "?then like-the guava. be'picked up and examined carefully, footless grub tunnels directly into the x. '

'C't .-<: ', Hd' :.Theyare now some 3 or 4 feet'high they,will be found to have legs snug flesh .of the, fruit, boring a tortuous Smooth Cayenne!n! Home GrownM-'_:
i. ": "t'? with;partly ripe fruit ''and blossoms. lycurled up against"the body, which tunnel until it reaches 'the center, in$4,.'': ...

'' !-The_ ,fruit is blood red when'ripe. belongs to the plum curculio. Theyare where it feeds around the stone. It AfeBAKA PLANTS A SPECIAL TV.-
You'will notice by sample: :what 'a ,wonderfully pretty creatures when attains full growth in about a month, -5 ..*? = '

,.' .J. ; green, shiny-leaf it has'and.the double l viewed under 'a. microscope. An ar when it is about two-fifths of an inch P. N. PRICE

K. } :. fjsupply, of thorns which makes. it very tist whom I ,engaged to make a drawing long. Except in the case of cherries, < "
1LC y/: desirable forhedges.I of one.of the curculios said that infested fruits usually drop prematurely P. 0. Box 449. ORLANDO, FLA. "

M / s. l hope the blossoms will last long !they. were. 'worthy of the brush of a and the grub finishes its growth in I

't.:, enough for you to get a scent' of the Michael Angelo. the fruit_ oh the ground.. When full GROWN 7

,. perfume which, 'when fresh,_ is justlike The beetles hibernate in any sheltered grown, the grub deserts the fruit, buries HOME ". _
i t .h the odor of the orange blossom 'nook they may find, and itself from four to six inches deep, -

F2 .. W and:'looks :very"like itas,, the! ,pure come forth'in the spring, a few days I where, turning round, it; compresses ..3 :
Pineapple
'#"waxy :white flower is very similar. after the :blossoms have fallen 'from the, earth on all sides, until''a Slips

'r": They do.n t' come in such bunches, the plum trees.' Growers notice that smooth, oval cavity or cell is formed,

:... j however,' but well sprinkled all over the outer rows of trees especially if within which, jn.a few days, it and SuckerSIt;;f-!! .
,i' -fJ.'tl. e bush: near a hedge or bit of woodland, are changes to a pupa, and in from threeto : ..
'.... :. t' ;;.4'The birds are so fond of the fruit it I the first to be attacked, and usually six weeks, is transformed to a beetle I Of the_Following varieties ..It 'r ..
:1$ difficult 'to get i the ripe ones before suffer the most from the insect. In which is at first soft but soon ;--
't''i 'I' find the lower branches wills the beetles work and makes its FO S T.. 't:;
,., 'them.: Georgia, begin about hardens, way through ; It AU'c',"
', layer easily: by putting 'soil on the April I, or as soon 'as the fruit is well the soil to the.surface and escapes. ,-

F3 !'stalk,and( 'a' .large .shell or stone on: it,' set; peaches suffer equally as much as Sometimes some of the beetles ABBAKA, POBTO Rico, EGYPTIAH- j .: _

<=:: ;_ so,I will have plants 'ahead of seed plums. A few days afrer the beetles emerge in the summer, before those QUEEN GOLDEN QUEEN RIP EY 1r:;
':-' tli thrive well in the have finished I, : -
,< ": gs. They our sandy appear on trees, thepeculiar which hibernated laying :=
:-r:: :- .' t.; soil arid stand the wind. "We have crescent marks will be noticed on the their eggs. This fact misled earlier QUEEN, SMOOTH CAYENNLPl-:

';: : :,' only used the pineapple fertilizer, of fruit. Comparatively few orchardistswho observers into' believing that there NAMBUCO AND RED Srt x .., ,.
'i s''.which when the suffer from this insect broods of the insect ...$ ,;; .
have
: 'J' .::. they got a sprinkling ever were two annu- Apply to .' ";':,
pines'next to them'were,, cultivated. I watched, the "Little Turk" make its ally. We know now that the insectis X

'.' ,' ,'wish. I had an,acre of such' shrubs as trade-mark. They may be seen at single brooded; those which emerge G. O. MATTHAMS, : 'I..- ;

..} :: .., I:see from the window'as I write. I work: at, almost 'anthour of the day. late in the ,summer apparently{ feed Florida Pineapple CosiMif,: ,

.. /i' f'o*" think the Department of Agriculture Alighting on a plum the female beetle for a time, and then go into hibernation Or to J-.ri"'; .,.,.- .
,,:;, .:, : 11'" "would. get"seeds for Florida." makes with her jaws, which are at secluded spots. Thus there is HADDOCK & MATTHAlf8j: -
-.,. 'I', NESBITT. the end of her snout small of the insect each ,<,
S5 ..,,. $ J. a cut only one generation, PalmBesi
-- t: ; ; 'Eau Gallic.., Fla. ,ri. : through the skin of the fruit, then ?. .' West : ., s
u. ::} ; ; year.The the moisture in the .bed
: : '- runs the snout obliquely under the plum curculio has the reputation protects! roet
'-. : The fruit and f foliagewe er- skin to the depth of about one-sixteenth of being the,most destructive ad from evaporation and say.c .all;d c

=j ..' ':,:-9::... j: 4" (condition,' put the blossolras were of 'an inch, and moves it,back- the hardest to combat of any of.oiii 'natural rainfall for the' use;ofplants. : $c+

:L .:' -'.. ;:"''1t'i(.,\,";''t dried, "'up and?odorless.Thctfr tit'is ward'and'forward until the cavity isM orchard insect pests. In recent years, .-Southern CulMvater.rtnif 'i #,
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r 1 suffer:,equally as' much as_' plums and paid,to ;do ik. 'It. is necessary :to.be- packing, marking, etc., and' his ad 1I-4- : -4S.1 Iim ... .I
'" some looks the, after ,the dress., If he does not : 'ifl -4- -.m ..4_ -. -
: years it as .t though,the apple gin; jarring trees .soon can you giveme t !
]would,be added to the;-list.} Dozens blossoms fall,and continue.the operation address of merchants elsewhere

.of. -different. methods have beensuggestedfor "every day until but few curculiosare I[ can safely ship to?' Could you not
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"t ;::--; ; fighting thlpest" ", but by caught each day.: 'Some years, its give directions as to packing, etc., in .

ijbe.sifting.outprocess' of experunentatiap necessary to run.the, catchers for a next.issue of the FARMER AND FRUIT A Conscientious Farmer,

/ month morning seemsto GROWER? There are others here Ue lives in Indian& After some bad pQ,
-; y they .hive: practically been re-, or more.. :Early auaded him to bur aDOtbar coned one -
.' 'f duced. .. to. .two; be the:best,time to jar the tree; it without knowledge also. X. Companr satisfied hlmseJl patents.that Then U infringed he aprtnar on the fenet Page he
'- wrote
t" asking
'. ,,Some growers claim.that they,save ,. must be a jar, nota mere shake. With Pabor Lake, Fla., might name a be reasonable allowed to roJ use&1t1 It.,aneS paymens hereafter of ecwILei tli to
.their plums byspraying frequently, a moderate setting' of plums, I. believe '- bur of the rightful owners .

'e ". -once, a.week, .,.with the..arsenites.. There thatthe spraying method; cannot be The ,agent jof the:Indian River Association PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO.,Adrian,Mfe*.

fr")isnp; doubt that' ..the .curculios do teedon .'depended"upon., to save the crop.. Our does: not handle outside : V.A V

., the foliage early in the' spring, and New York, growers :find that it costs fruit. You can ship with safety'to the

: would thus! be poisoned by the sprayedfoliage. from 15 to 25 cents to jar a good sized addresses we furnish you by letter.

'( 'Others who spray for the inv plum tree every day throughout the Send,to Mr. E. Bean, of this city, and

sect t,:theorize:that they lodge some ,of "bugging" season. jet the standard crate, 8 cents apiece.

... r the:', poison in- the crescent cut, ,and I I Have him ship you also some.manill MONEY MAKER):{

",when the, :grub.hatches, if gets some wraps, giving him the size most of{ -the thrifty industrious Lea JU1 about her

Y >, f o(in.eatingits! : (way into'the fruit. .I Pinery.Edited your fruit will run. Be very carefulnot Jl' and New how Poultry to mate money Guide from for poultry 1807.io

;'doubt t: whether_ ,those,who liold ,this bruise the pines. Pack neatly 100 pace*houses;printed cure inooiowbeetptansfnrltry remedies and recipes ,
;
'.',eory'have? ever carefully ""investigated'the by J. B.Beach WeSt Palm. Beach. and firmly, but do not put on quiteas f.. for disease*.Sent for 15o.if JOG write now.
,12.
lOa 8LOCnz3'r.' ,Bss 31,freest:
.... operations the'little 1 :l grub Red Spanish Preferred.in much pressure as you would with
; when. getting its first few r> eals. IJ'find oranges. 'On one end of the crate "FUMA" CARBON
that'the ,newly-hatched+grub iminediately the last number of the Garden stencil or mark plainly'the number of

burrows perpendicularly and Forest, a high class Horticulturalpaper pines in the crate, your name and adj=[ BI-SULPHIDB.
"The best remedy in for
.. of New York, we find the following dress. On the other end mark tre insects every respect killing
the is
f torn ;position! ,of theegg.intd grain Si-sulphide of Carbon. It is
t ; i"Pineapples. and address of the cheap, effectual and easy to apply-Ala. ,Ex.
fijpsh-of 1 : the fruit, and in doing this,.its name party to Sta. Bulletin 61. .
funnel! does:not intersect: ::the ,crescent. 1 are also abundant and Whom you are shipping; get a duplicate Send for free illustrated pamphlet. It b ia* ''
E ciiVajt all. Otis true that;when first cheap, and are coming from the' Bahamas bill of lading and send one to the teresting EDWARD,readable R.and TAYLOR will save,Cleveland you money.,Ohio. :.

*jnadt! 4],)the'
l|funder:undermines. the;egg:cavity, sort.known as Red Spanish, while less 4.1..

-i :surd if it'entered1" fruit.at; : that time, handsome, is preferred by.some good Beet and Cane Sugar t Antago THE STANDARD

they ;grub's,tunnel might go into the judges for its superior quality. Thesecost nistic.: >ARTS GREEN
from fifteen, to (forty cents each. .
.crescent'cut.. But before the DUSTER.
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egg A statement is going the rounds of
: hatches 1 the, fruit grows considerably, 'Abacca pineapples large size, sell the American that -w -_ iThV UiT V
.... for fitly cents each, ,and Victoria, the press cane sugar
be found that inva-
: ndifivill., ;
almost
will not be needed after the beet
fruit sugar 'One man can dust an acre tobacco .
cS r *;"nably{ ,the. crescent cut,has filled up extremely large long ,.oftenVcalledPorto ; industry is once established. This,is plants in an hour, thereby saving hours
Rico .
Jsomewnat;, ,and.".a pin stuck, through \bring $I OO each. not true. Cane sugar will always be and even days of tedious handpicking.Price .
the'egg: perpendicularly 'into i the fruit Soon after ,being in the Jackson- required for family use and In' $5.00; with this ,paper one year,
"would yille office of Mr. E. P. Porcherthe preserving -: $6.50. Address the editor box 524
t \not:'intersect, the :crescent. I of fruits of all kinds which.isa ,
General of the I. R. L. Jacksonville, Fla.
n and
much whether Agent :
doubt ) ; plum
vtn'5" any growing industry, that will continue ":
rculio i dose of W. ,Pineapple Growers' Association, THIS SCYTHE WRENCH V V
grubs ever,got a poi- than
expand even more rapidly at
(Patent applied for.) IS NEVER'LOST.
asked him regarding popular pref. '
son at their:first meal? by the lodgment we present, because of the abundanceand
particle of Pans, in the cres- erences for pines in the Northern mar- .
J 9f.4 green. superiority of American fruits 0' :
". c int-cut.Ye: : ,shall test this theory kets. :He gave us: permission to look over those raised in any other coun- -
careful experiments,here at, the'in.jctary through a stack of about a hundred tel-
Fruits 'preserved with beet
try. sugar I WANT AN AGENT In every
." J ,,. t '. t this spring; crescents will 1 beglinted egrams and draw our own conclusions.In have ,been found not to'keep so long county to sell this WRENCH to ,_
: i fall of and results will'jbe the entire number we found seven Farmers. It fits all Scythes. To
: J poison, nor so well as when cane sugar is f show it is to sell it. Sample wrenchby
,:.noted with. interest. that mentioned: different varieties used. Nor are they so rich and lus mail free.TO cent Address; six for'1.. Particulars ..
I. with advice their
For,ins, there is.not- yet sufficientevidence coupled of as to, shipment cious. This_ is well known in England, H. O. KRUSCIIKE, Berlin, Wit.H _,.
Not them advised
V to show ;that.the'.method of one. any and for this reason cane sugar is always 40 WEST BAY STREET. :' ,
in
the varieties.
All of
increase
with Paris ,for this in- fancy there. '
spraying. green preferred ,
sect;can.be..made uniformly( success- them spoke favorably of the Red We wish the beet sugar industry in D 1 W. P. GONNMY, Dentist
and .of them oi
*,!Jub l I know: of many, instances,where Sganish, varieties most spoke America all the success that it can (Graduate Dental Department University

tt!it,has_'failed, ,and many.of our largest the fancy as "selling slowly, possibly have, because it will retain in of Maryland )
1 plum owers.in western New York "not wanted, Madvise light ship- the country annually from $50,000- Bridging and Crowning:a Specialty and all other
'l'.pl ments etc. Most, of them advised work done under the most modern methods \
Vnow use,the jarring method., One! 000 to $ioooooooo, and establish im Residence,304 West Ashley Street.. ,
heavier shipments of the Red Spanish.
., tlargerowex: !used, the; j jarring method & & a new industry, giving support to mil. ;
be limited
l rJ a time, but,was led to,try spraying There seems to a numberof lions of industrious men and women, 7oridtt lands "

: ::and} V for"a few years, When.his., trees j buyers,'probably the wealthy classes including many hundreds of thousands }
the
;cbore heavy crops;he.thought that hecontrolled I generally, who.prefer fancy varie- of immigrants annually from

the. curculio with the spray.j j ties, especially those grown under Europe, China and other Asiatic Oranges
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: ;'.,:' iF xUut a,year. or two ago, his trees ,set a cover in the winter. But for the.general countries, looking for employment in f < \1

j rather light crop, so that it was neces market, in competition with theabundant' the new world. At the same time ''orts
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1c J.sary, to.'save most of the fruits! to insure deciduous fruit.of the North, America will need'and will consumeall .

-a..::C a paying: He started in as usual\ 1 1 the cheaper and smaller Red Spanish 'the-cane sugar that Louisiana and nvestments _
Ho. the work of the curculio I undoubtedly has preference. Hawaii and besides
V:1:: C? prevent can produce, more ,
,. """:;;with Jaris green. He was,soon::conJyincecl Pineapple Shipments.. -Advice as it will be required in her vast Coo ,flevelopmentsV

_' V : ,: however, that the spray wasnptdimtnish'ing preserving and drinkmanufacturingindustries.
0 the, crescent) marks Wanted. By the ,time that Ameri [Attractions
_. jy.anyr! andwas'obliged to'resort to, the Editor' Farmer and Fruit-Grower: ca's beet industry .can.produce an- Addrtli,

; dj jarring,machines.to.save his crop.. I have a small crop' (only ,about nually 1,000,000 tons of sugar-say G. D. ACKERLY,

L.T; ;J jarring ,process is familiar to 500)) of pineapples, Spanish and fifteen or twenty years .hence-her CCMCRAL PUSI.UII ACCHT, JD ,
ali/temany ,do not.use it, 'thinking ;Queen, ;my first ,crop. Some of my annual consumption of sugar will have THETROPICALTRUNKUNE/; V .

x too> expensive. It, ,is a ,success betlypnd'a ,pines were frozen down i in ,February, increased to 3,000,000<; tons. The VLORIDA.panwuhmnuunlunlnl V

doubt, and our: ,most ,success- :'95. ttad only started,a year before.I balance, :whatever it may be, must !| JACKSONVILLE. !

Zlul! !.plum l aft4 ,peach growers use the have had no experience shipping come from cane supplies or-foreign;

1-3.biirculio<;cat n.ers-a.. ,of inverted ;and am'rather distrustful of commission beets. Looking still further ,ahead, I ft' Y PUlp.'

wibrella'"on"a wheel barrow-like frame ': merchants. Now, will you kindly when the beet industry in America \ 2f STYLES.. $

; -everyyear. The Hale Georgia Or- ]advise,me whether or' not I can 'sell reaches 2,000,000 tons her 'consumption i BEST and CHEAPEST. "

-- < l :. harcl Company:last year spent$5,000, them' 'to,the '!agent of the Indian River will have risen to* 4,000,000 tons 's;C Ul<5ti9 awl fall tmtlM on tptalng Unit I.
,catching the .eurculio inth1Lman., ,Pineapple Growers' Association. to supply population of over 100 5:and TC-=eta .I.crops mailed free. AddzW
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"\ ,;.1ii,,-" ;.:',, .' = Our Rural Home. those vexatious and ruinous moths Southern Housekeeping.
:: .. :.. I News; got into her strong box. The unfortunate Southern
at least
women never'beaccused
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.;;\'/: :j., Mr;0. Murphy, of.Dinsmore, Fla., The Time of Flies. tingly she put them there. air, and in the South one sees fewer
C his said to have-one 'of.the finest crops On a bright sunny day" the woolens cases of nervous prostration than
,
anywhere
.::*? ,of.honey-peachesin: the State. During Fortunately' the spring and early which are to:be.put away for the summer else in the 'United States,
summer are ,comparatively free from should be taken into the outer
;
; this inonthhe expects to 'ship 3,600 writes a Southern woman. The real
' : the presence of flies; unless they are region, given thorough dusting 'and ,
: crates:. Mr. Murphy informs.me.that Southern woman takes things easy, .
drawn from stables and various
=' t:he is'now:shipping from ISO to zoo4crates'daily places brushing, cleaned'of any grease spotsif and she rarely ever lives in badly

", .: ;; ,of:these fine peaches..Titusville .-.- attractive to them by the presence of such there are,, and hung for several ventilated house. Houses, as a general .
the debris of food uncleared tables
on hours in the bright sunlight. If
Advocate. are
: rule, not too ,well built here.
: "' unswept dining rooms or unclean this has been done the
.$ thoroughly
'". ; The doors do fit and the
not windows
; The,big frelght.tram. was l late pass, ,
kitchens, or by any of the many : garments will be free from It
eggs. often admit air
here yesterday morning being at the top when they
,
which their '
causes demand. presenceas remains then to draw them or pack, .
'fmg we suppose, by the heavy nature's I are closed. .
scavengers. them in such a manner that the moths
;>
:,, 'of pines through the pine-! From Tennessee to the
Itis, useless to'put up screen doors cannot get to them. Th ,simplest jump-off
Dapple belt south of ,us. There were at:the entrances and screens at' the way is to secure each garment.in a place in Florida I believe that more
i; (fifteen( cars :of-over"Joo crates each, windows to shut out the flies if you stout paper sack, free 'from rent or redding is put'to air in the morningsun
,,6 /making over '4500,crates on one train invite.them by negligence of. the laws hole, and secured that the mother each day than in all the Middle

', ; .-CocQa' News. of 'cleanliness. It is just as easy to moth cannot find entrance. She will and New England States put together.The .

i a ..j. Tomatoes-aregoing, out with a rush clear up the breakfast and dinner table not attempt to perforate the paper. mattrasses, pillows and bed
t now,' and next week. will be at the and brush up the floor) I at once The'utility of such odorous. ,articles clothes are hung over the piazza rail-

.>t maximum. Our shipments will .not after the,meal, and darken the room, as camphor, tobacco, cedar, cloves ings, or on the.fence, till, looking out
"r approximate.those of a,few'years ago,' as it is to let the table stand ,in the and the like; is very much doubted by on your neighbors' back yards, you,
when McIntosh; ) station put off from: glare; of the light to attract, flies. If those giving the matter most atten-; almost.feel as if you were, in the midstof
\ twelve to: fourteen carloads a day.'' he'table must' wait,for;those who are tion. Very likely they may deter the a Massachusetts housecleaning epi-,

Our' truckers are diversifying their: not punctual,at.their meals, it,shouldbe flying moth from alighting where demic.The. ,
crops more 'plantmgisuch vegetables carefully covered with ,a square of there is a smell disagreeable to her, to kitehens are often separated.
ry .' will them cheesecloth -and the should' from the house by a latticed.porch orf
;
: ,as .permit making a corn : room deposit her eggs but once the eggs '
,d : V crop., Hog and hominy will be in evidence darkened., No hot food or meats that are laid, the larvae. will hatch just the ; if f the house is'built in a more modem

.. :,; here another, ,year, cur:.farmers will attract flies should, stand in this same, and once hatched ,will de way, there is usually a back porch;
.. a having plantedthelargest acreage in I way, but should be. kept hot on a vour their surroundings, according to well covered, at the rear of the house,
,: corn we have'.ever known, while the' plate set:: in hot water; covered with their nature. and on this back porch the mistress of

c' : musical l: call, of the hog rises on the an inverted bowl and left in the oven, Treating on this matter, one of the the mansion makes the salads, prepares

"J morning and,evening air! with.all the 1f[ the habit of sitting down to the most sensible of .writers on the dainty desserts, and if there ISbut

) ; ';; regularity of the Muezzin's. call-: McIntosh table.punctually be,insisted upon; and subject has these remarks, which 'one.servant and a large family,
t1 item in Ocala Banner, the food of those who are late is set may be quoted in her own words: she sits there in the cool,of the morning .
,- aside 'to keep without, waitingFor and shells peas and prepares the
;' The Tallahassee correspondent of warm "The'latter part of May or early in
them it will the house from other vegetables for dinner, and does
save June a vigorous campaignshould be
; the Jacksonville Metropolis in speak-
,
much of the work.which a North&rn
the of flies and
'. presence many helpto entered upon. Everything about a
'-E, ;:jng,of Col W.: D. Chipletfs' bill -
providing '
housekeeper does in.a hot kitchen. :.
,keep the routine work in ,order house that might conceal a' moth : ,
for of the "
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a geological
: 'State ,. "The survey ,hasgenerallyprevailed _'The garbage pail and cleaning should be thoroughly shaken and And then there is the afternoon nap.:
: impression
,
says cloths" fruitful of the Once at a Tennessee mountain'resort
V : that Florida are cause pies- aired, and when possible the clothes
, ': poor in mineral deposits, but there was is ence of flies. The only garbage and furs should'be.left in thesun, for in which all, the guests were Southerners :
:good reason to believe that much re- bucket that should be tolerated is a five hours.: If the house is badly,infested save: half a dozen, I took some
y covered The 'buckets for this notes on ,the'nap question and.!
: : ''mains to be learned in this direction. one. or any particular article is supposed ,
,Pyrites, for" instance: are believed to purpose ,are made ,of galvanized iron to be,so, a free use of benzine Found that not,,a woman. among those
with This bucket.should be who had been born south ,of Kates
a cover. will advisable. All the floor cracks
exist(here sufficient for the
; : quantity
scrubbed with sal-soda and boiling and Dixon's line was ever known_to
,manufacture of out and dark closets should be sprayedwith .
; r sulphuric acid, employed
' V in i "water, systematically the inside this substance. Benzine spray forget her: siesta, and'that most of the j
: giving ,our phosphates the
-; and outside and rinsed.. gentlemen as well took their after'
? & required'solubility.:' The same b e thoroughly will kill the insects at every stage,andis
< may
? -'said.of"asphaltum strong, indications There.if excuse. : for the presence of one of the few substances which dinner naps., Of the five Northern,
; dishes of uncovered food of kindin women in the house, three had trou
tof f petroleum ,have- been observed, : any will destroy the eggs. No light shouldbe
the kitchen.. As fruit! is blesome nerves and looked it, while
is soon as brought into the room while the :
: ,Viand there _enough umber:and ochre '
: in the.State to-paint the entire world. brought in it ,should be covered and benzine is being applied, as it'is high. many of the Southern women were
set away. The habit of covering fruit lyginflaramable. The room and clothes remarkably fresh and young looking,

t.: 'A, correspondent, of the HartfordGonn. with a wire cover ,while it is being should be,thoroughly aired afterward though will admit many of them
,.4 ( .) Courant, writes of :Mr., C. A.. prepared the. table, will save the before any light is introduced. Cam were there to drink a certain mineral

: .:Bacon: who lives near Ormond. His house the presence of many 'Qf these phor, tobacco, naphthaline and otherstrong water for dyspepsia, due most likely

'' V .first'business: venture was the setting useful, but annoying'little scavengers.In odorants,. are only partial re- to the eating of hot bread three' times '':_'',
..'', ',oi.a,half acre seedling orange trees,' short, make and keep all yopremises ur pellants, and without the, May and a day the year round. There WM";;
:: which in two years netted him $I OO.He as clean as possible, beforeyou June treatments, are of little avail.. one ambitious little Northern lady ia : -- .-,

has kept on working and'clearing 1 hang up fragrant bunches ')f bush Too much pains cannot be taken,to the housewho preferred a littld music:,:.{.

until now he has .a fifteen-acre orange clover to drive away V flies,,or-put up destroy every moth seen during,the to a nap after her midday meal, and ,:-: ,

grove, under high, ,cultivation, fine wire screens, and neither expedientwill early part of the season, for immunity so for some time she played Chopin : ?

seedling nurseries, an established; be :needful, unless ,always, the for the rest, of the year depends almost after dinner, till one day she found ,.':\.'
1 iness'in canned fruits, and a beautiful l near presence of neighbors who are entirely,upon the, work done i in notice pinned on the wall beside the 'VJ:,.':

: garden with plants and shrubs'from less careful necessitates the -.creens.N. .: :May or June,.when the pests are comparatively piano that the "guests in the hoi c :
everyquarter,of the globe. The late y: Tribune. few in number. requested that.the piano should not be ;.4: "

Vi '. freeze made disastrous work with his .... ....... played upon between the hours of two' -(:"
orange glove, buVwith; .his,true wife 1 and five." The "afternoon nap";was ;
Cpr a helpmeet, he works bravely on. 'F1 ht1nR Moths. Sanibel lands are now being rented to t Scan> institution in that well!'order* 'Si -

He has just built a"pretty,new It,is at this time that the mischiefis for another,crop, and there is no difficulty ed hostelry. And so between the

house, in colonial;style, and as we ad, started. Mrs. l.oth-the firstisarly in getting $8,to $io per acre for hours of two and five quiet was made

mired the polished mahogany finish of ;abroad, and generally makes rent. This may seem to some as.being to reign supreme for the nerve;; and
":: V hall and staircase;he told us that the herself useful during the month of I a high price' but this is indeed avery beauty preservers.

wood was washed ashore from a South April. When the 'winter's clothing .low price, for'we:feel sure that i in Southern women are COOtcrvatif'e.rerhaps' .
:1 f'American vessel after a storm.. He is finally taken inn: hand to be put the: fall about planting time, it will 1 it is the climate which:makes

S V f showed: afield ,of Para grass from away.for the',summer it may receive rent for..$io.to'$12 per acre. Lands too much energy a dangerous g.

SV ;. | .which he gathers a crop of eiBhtons but- casual'. treatment' and when i it that can now be,bought for from_$..z 5 Clubs- are not numerous and ,flottrkfeing -.
to the acre,-a crop maturing; six goes, into permanent quarters carries to $swill sell next'' winter at $40'to here, but instead, one.-aad
f'i
'= .:: weeks. 'We also saw a Yankee:apple with,it the little knots of eggs: In $75 per acre. Any land thAt/wil] feels the strong influence of the.women

V. tree, ,which, J losing all reckoakginthe due,time these hatch, then somethingelse grow vegetables like,Sanibel Island is. who love home 'and (family best'of'

R. ,'.,: -; ..:Florida. l! climate,was exhausting happens: ,, and perhaps ,monthslater sure to come to the" front sooner,;', ilater.Fort,1tiyers anything' in the world -;,;Portlasd
r:,. ," ..,'Itself with,two'crops a year. "**" the poor housewife wonders how Press. J TransatyL'r: : .
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: Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a of exhausted land than by growing Oranges "
condensed form, all the elements necessary cow peas on it for the purpose of plowing "
; .ij LEGS, SUDDENLY, GATE OUT. ,to give: new life'and richness to the them under and nowhere will the commercial -
"'" -, blood and restore shattered nerves. They fertilizers pay 'you better thanon
!Thorn!.P..'Biggs,of Cleveland,. Stricken are an unfailing specific for such diseasesas this same''pea'crop, for on the' peas :are heavy feeders of Potash. .-
,as.'He ...u' Preparing for a Tlcit locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St., you can use only the. cheaper.forms of ,
to,Friend*., Vitas' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheum mineral fertilizers, in the shape of acid Potash 'exerts 'a marked influence -
tism, nervous headache, the after effect)!i!phosphate and: potash,.and' thus enable on the quality'and '
A .JVpm.JCto Leader,ClCvcktnc Ohio. of la grippe, palpitation ot the heart, pale the peas to use more nitrogen and'to quan-
.'Of the'.list of the ,many. so-called: incurable and sallow,complexions, all forms of leave more fixed in the soil Then,if the tity of the fruit Florida soils
disorders none has proved, to be weakness either in male or female. Pink growth is to be plowed .under when mature being largely deficient in Potash -
*::oreof an a ntgma to the 'most learnedacid Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be the greater the growth you can get,
: accomplished physicians than loco- sent post paid on receipt of price,50 centsa I the larger the amount of humus you can a heavy application of a
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'J ;:motor'ataxia, or.as it is more commonly box, or six ,boxes for $2.50 (they are get into the land. The phosphoric. acid fertilizer containing ,not less
known, creeping paral sis. This dread never sold in bulk or:by the 100)),' by addressing and potash will not get, away from.you, than
:';.' disease baa baffied'their skill, and they Dr. Williams' Medicine Company but are there to help the succeeding crop 12% 'ofActual :
,,. have bien forced to admit that they can- Schenectady N. Y. and you will find that the fertilizer applied -
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:BOt successfully .,with it.. .All they to the peas will give you better returns Potash
l.r .:have', been able to do is .to mitigate the Oreen Manuring, in the South. in the sale crop following than if it .
"x accompanying' pain ,and suffering; be- w. F. MASSET. had been applied directly. to the 'sale
y jyofid this .the .science of, medicine has Our"Northern friends lay great stress crop. ,This, as I have for years insisted, should be. made. The best::
.beent} of little. or no avail to the manyva1estunatea upon the plowing under of green crops is the true way to build ,up our lands by
who hare contracted the such as clover as'a' means for the im- feeding liberally.the crop that feeds. the groves in the state will bear
i dreadful :malady, which, many people, provement of-the land,and many people soil. I am not writing from mere the- testimony to these facts. '
.. --ly those :who are thus afflicted, have been misled in the South by ,.thesewriters ory, but what I have done myself and .
aforernnnerpf the others to do who have'found AD about Potash-the results of Its use by actual experiment .
is grim mes- persuaded
,t ere : into supposing? that the same on the beat-arJU in the United States-is
!, of death..has practices will be'of value in the South. It the practice the correct thing. told in a little book which we publish and will gladly!
l <'! ,,P. Biggs,; who lives at No. ts well known to all the readers of farm Legume growing the key to prosperity mail free to any farmer in America who will write for h. -
-,' 1073 St..Clair Street,;corner,of Lawrence .papers that the writer has, in season and in the South, and the practice of applying GERMAN KALI WORKS, .
f. :.::.St 'Cleveland, 0., "hale been ''suffering out of season insisted upon the great necessity the cheaper forms of plant food.to yes Nauaa S&.,New. Ycds,
r.from11ocomotor ataxia, .for nearly' five for the restoration to our worn legumes is the Key to success in getting,
: .years;and nothing but his wonderful soils'of the humus or vegetable matter them to do their full duty for us. The '
J; :.., tality has preyentedhisdiseolution: ; l long that they have been depnved of by our bigger the growth of peas you can get on Cultivation of Orange Groves. -_ '
t before. this: course of improvident culture.. your land, the bigger the .crops that fol Mr. B. N. Bradt, in the Florida Agriculturist
.7 -'..t? :Tb 'malady.ia directly, _, attributable-to* A Boil particularly a sandy,soil, that is low. But net' plow them under green.-" after discussing, the different
:; ."'.:hU exPgenre,4 garmy l life. He cn- barren of vegetable matter, will not give Southern Ruralist. methods of' culture, concludes the following -
F *[listed,' ini l ,the.-Third; :Regiment Ohio the same results.from the' use of commercial is the best: .
NCawalryToledooand; "; served nineteen fertilizers as one abounding in The Relative Value of. Stock,, on Commence cultivation at any conven-
//aoatha volunteerservice, and after humus will It behooves the Southern ient time duringthe winter or early '
f r ',the ',close;of the rebellion? eighteen cultivator, 'then, to consider carefully Which to Bud Oranges.H. spring, keeping the ground clean duringthe
_ w itofiths in the regular army. :"At first," how he can best restore the exhausted E. Van Deman, under the 'supervision dry spring months or until about the
the ell in narrating his experience, "my humus and thus bring up the productive of the division of pomology of the time for the summer rains to*-commence,
i: k 4.tio ach.went back ..on me and for six! capacity of his land. We have said that U.S. Department Agriculture has issued then let grass and beggar weed grow at
i jweekrl-.was laid up in .-a ,hospital in some of our Southern friends have been a bulletin on'the above subject thatis will: .' '
:Texas?, Ever since that time,that organ misled by the writings of Northern men of great importance to the citrus If a dry.time should occur in July or
j has,caused me trouble,'and about, seTenagO.th into supposing that the same. practicesthat growers of Florida. He thus summarizes August!) .after the grass has become heavy,
'-.years doctor told l me"I was suf- prevail there can be used,I in the .his conclusions : -,: mow it down leaving it on the ground as
}lering from accute indigestion. That was' !South, and many to their sorrow have Northern citrus belf of Florida.- partial mulching '
;ba enough; but four! years ago last July i tried the plowing under of green crops, Upon high land, particularly: of the second If ,the second growth becomes very
1 via cameon: and I have been using only to find that the result in a'sandysoil i or third class, use pomelo or rough rank mow again later.: In the fall after
k #tilv crutches;ever.since. The paralysis and warm climate JS damaging! in- I lemon stock, taking care to bud very lowas the grass is dead'and somewhat dry run
.i N', 1'''in.my:legs] and; it came rather sudtelyr stead of beneficial, Now,we.wIsh to say. near as possible to the collar. Thepomelois over the ground with the harrow, just
k'- :< ; ,;* noticed at .first.that my\knees that we don't believe in green manuringas decidedly the most hardy, enough to knock' down the: grass and
e ,;a little stiff,.aa sort ;of rheumatic it is understood in the North and we comparing favorably with the sweet mix dirt enough with it to prevent''' fire .
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t; t;, i'yon know.; "This' quickly developed' have always warned our friends againstthe orange in this respect; If the grower is from.running through grove, then le
,Iiaoi11811.. practice. Even in a Northern cli- prepared to cultivate highly and perhaps it rest. until'the next season's" work .com .
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: '- : '''*!'.tried all\ ,kinds of, remedies, and I, mate and on the clay soils where the irrigate, sour orange stock will be as sat- mences.
.:tried physicians,,but I did not improve. practice originated we do not think the isfactory as any. Sweet stock should be This method results in building up the
.'..};All thia timef though, I was holding my lowing( under of green crops in the used only after carefully weighing the land.in perhaps the best and cheapest
;;own -wasn't getting any wor e.. A short height of summer is the best we can do risk from Mal di Goma; it"will make manner, by the increase of humus and .
!-,,time.ago I was induced< to try Dr. WUIfems'.Pink for our lands. large trees in less time than the sour, but nitrogen and by keeping the ground ;
!: ,Pills.. ,I. did :not expect this In the growing of leguminous plantsfor not so quickly as rough lemon or.pomelo, wholly:or partially'shaded for more than
-sIS utat venture would prove.any,morebene- the improvement of the soil it is well and will not bear so early or be so pro- balf.othe year.It
.4ficial, than the others which, preceded it; known that the benefit to the soil comes lific. In planting sweet stock an excellent partakes of some of the advantagesof .
".,bfltiam; pleased to eaylwas mosta reeabV -.! largely from the fixation of nitrogen in plan is to set it high, so that the crown mulching-without its objections
."- *ly surprised..I r. Williams .Pink Pills are the land through the agency of the root roots may be more or less exposed to the that it keeps the soil from bleaching and
.-_; !{s4JBplywonderful. began to use them microbes,and that this work is not donein light and air, thereby lessening the. danger wasting'from the time of leaving off cultivating'in -
,,, v two months ago. My.legs then were perlbctly the earlier stages of the plant's .of disease. the summer until the commencement -
: numb' and, ,cold-nothing could c: growth but as it matures. If,.then, we For flat woods, especially when decidedly in the spring.
3 i'.i .. '.,.warm.,them., After, .fl'e11Dgcwith :pars cut short the work the plant is doing for wet: and underlaid( with 'hardpan- > m i
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.< r' lyg|I--for: .snore- .than ,four years, I now us when it is less than half done, and the sour root is decidedly better than the We seldom hear of the "failure of'a
-t,_ i' experience >a comforting'! .feeling. ,of bury the'whole in the soil, we not only sweet, and although both rough lemon farmer.who follows diversified, ,farming. _
_:'.c .,tRarsath'in,, my; lower: .limbs. 'I tell you run the imminent risk of souring the and pomelo are more thrifty, their comparative Be the times hard>'or food ,he baa : ..
'.." i.feel.likeshouting.whenIthink'of; ; es- land, but we lose what the plant would tenderness renders them undesirable efiDugh to eat. Not so with the wage-
..::.... ', : '.:. taping from:my bondage, and my mind have done for us had we allowed it to except where the benefit derived earner in town who is liable at any time ,
."' J'4: i ia on the subject pretty much of,the time. complete its growth. Then, too, we do from thrifty growth is marked. to be hunting a job.

..:";".:.., .':. o.';*&',I intend continue* __. _' the use of the pills not get the amount of humus 'we would Upon_hammock? land sour stock,is beyond
j: .''t 0"', Valhi.mylega. are as good and useful as :have gotten from the full growth. So : all questioiuto be 'preierreo. Indeed Deafness Cannot be Cured
!a''. ; ,they were in their beat days, and I feel we would not use..the term green ma- on such lancfcno, other should be .
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... ...,,;, .t t' that will be soon. 'nuring at all as it is misleading to inex- planted. by local, applications, as they cannot
:. ''""What effect have the! pills had upon perienced cultivators. Use the' leguminous Central citrns'belt.1n this section'the reach.the diseased 'portion of the ear, '
: ; ;jour stomach?",Mr. Bigg was asked, "as crops for the restoration' of the rough lemon root can be used with much There is only one wad' to cure Deafness,
:" F<:wtfardr i that" .said he "you can readily humus by all means since through their more safety, but should .be budded low, and that is by constitutional remedies.
: '",believe that stomach which has been help you can get:, the needed vegetable both as a safeguard against,frost and in Deafness is caused,by,an inflamed con-
.; .,;sriottsly< out ,of 'order. 'for thiryty-five matter in the soil, more cheaply than in order to shade the trunk from the ,eun.. dition of the mucous lining of the Eas- ,
<;wars is in bad shape. ,Nothing used to any, other, manner, but, let ,the legumesdo Sour stock is not in so much favor as in tachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed -
f ;stay on my stomach, and I was subject all they can for you before you plow the more northern ,counties,especially you have a rumbling sound or
,,toviolent fitsof, hiccoughing. ,Then I them under, and never plow them undergreen upon high pine land and flat woods. imparfact hearing, and when\ it is entirely .
j;would,. haTe,to 'take an.opiate to get to in hot weather. Upon hammock in this section the sour closed Deafness is the .result, and unless -
Y .;.sleep But now I find that food stays on ,Our Southern field or cow pea is, thegrandest orange root is far superior any other inflammation' can be taken out ..
,my stomach, though I do not' suppose of all ,legumes for the. South, for a stock. and this'tube 'restored to its normal condition -
t; 'that organ will ever be in first-class shape and if it is allowed get perfectly ma- Southern citrus belt Upon high pine ;hearing will be destroyed forever;
/agftin; Still Jam satisfied to'think that ture and allowed to die on the land noth- land, scrub and flat woods use the rough nine cases out, ,often are catned by,catarrh
I r' ;: lit to improved to'such a degree, and.that, ing but good will come from,plowing itB&dftjV lemon stock. In the South the superior which is nothing but an inflamed.-
_ ;.r **,I'can" eat with a' feeling'of.easeJ'= but do not let'any green manureeaiast.who ity of,this stock beyond question,-andit ; condition of the.mucous surfaces.
*"'r='Foraixjears: until a month ago. "Oe* : never grew crops in his does fully as well upon fiat woods as We will"gve'! One Hundred Dollars for
j'taber,186fi,'Mr.;'Bigg kept Ja:: stationery life,"persuade you to sacrifice' the peaorejteand upon drier land. Even in the hammocksit any case of Deafne (caused by'atmh)
,/afid eonfecttionery-store.at No. 347.fast: at.the same, time run the risk is superior to sweet orangealthough that'eannot be cured by Hall's: Catarrh .. '.
;;JIWieea| Ave,directly opopsite thelfecU; of.:doing serious damage to your land by. the sour orange is much more satisfactoryn Cure Send. for circulars, free. -
..[ Ave: School He sold out his tautiB a Rowing them; under green.- | the end, on, that class of land,' anywhere .,:;;;F 3. CHENEY &CO', Toledo", 0..
.... ; M and,can now be found at any: tina In no way can you better start the I 1 in the orange growing region. Sold by ruggists, 75 cental ,.,'" .:-

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. '.:; ,, '.'. Rniii Farmer. and Fruit .Grower. bed a brush arbor about jj-eighteen .,wooden maul pound it down very 1. Every Single seed is surrounded with
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>>\:} : :: N' bacteria which, after germination, -
"C an inches high and let'the vines tlimb hard. Alternate the layers of cab- penetrate
.0' : s'': A Weekly, wspaper published.at! : 16 Main up the root hairs and commence their
.3 _1 ;. Street Jacksonville.Fla. through and over this ,arbor. Any bage and salt this way to the top, role as collectors of, nitrogen, so that a

i': ,:.. -:: >,H"-. cucumber vine will climb like the pounding each layer. Add enough good crop is secured in the poorest .soilwithout

-,",',:, ;... rape, if it has, any thing to cling to. water to cover the cabbage whenit nitrogenous manures..
; .. TEEMS OF SUBSOBI TION
is down. Put 2. Through the storage of nitrogen by
will 'shade the pressed on a
.soon densely .
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s.oo the bacteria the soil itself becomes richerin
.. : ,for One, Yeas..u..u. .m with
t 'r" ,1 '"For'six Month' ............"........... ...... ,1.00 ground. Tfiis will keep down weeds wooden follower or lid and a nitrogen in an assimilable state, to the

>'.:.;; :.In foreign Countries ..................;.'.... 3-00 and also hold the'mOIsture.. Thus lever pre'ss the cabbage down as hardas advantage of the other crops grown in ro '
:< : TSubacriptions! in 'all cases.cash in cultivated they will make heavy yieldsof you 'can. Leave it, this way and tation., .

ww x 'advance., No discount allowed on one'st straight, beautiful fruit, and will whenever any cabbage is removed for' 3. The disadvantages of the mode of

t .'. >. *'own subscription( tin a club),but to produce all summer, ,if watered. The use restore the. pressure. Every time inoculation previously adopted are avoided. -

} all agents a liberal cash,commission willbe cucumbers should never be allowed to the lid is taken off wash it thoroughlybefore x
,."::: : allowed on'all subscriptions obtained 4. Manuring with nitrogen the form .
:,. # by them. Write for terms. ripen on a vine unless you wish to It is returned, skim the brine of saltpetre, ammonium salts, etc.,. is absolutely -

-:::: t.:... ':, .,To every subscriber, new or old, remitting grow a.few for'seed. .. and replenish the supply, if necessary, unnecessary. .:

us: ,$3.00., we will send the paper1 one If you do not care to build the little so as. to.keep the cabbage from the DIRECTIONS FOR USE. :

', year and a, copy of, Rolfs' Vegetable arbor; above.described, brush laid over contact of the atmosphere. Freshenthe Every bottle contains sufficient for i inoculation
Growing In the South for Northern : cabbage to taste before it is of 2} roods *
not crush '
the beds careful l to
: For two subscribers being .
Markets new '
; : post-paid. : cooked. If the contents of the bottle have already
.- at $ .OO each. we will send, the tender-vines will answer the pur- r become liquid, they are used as described
.;1' "'itt1dh a 'copy of Moore's ."Orange pose. The vines will climb to the top, *-.-. below for the direct inoculationof

,4::* and crawl all over them, and completely Vest-Pocket Fertilizers. the seed. If solid, the contents can be

'. Hates ot,, advertising on application. shade the ground. It-has often been said,as a jest that easily liquefied by 'warmIng the bottle
for few minutes for instance in
'. Remittances' should be made,by check, The Orlando Star wisely says:' *'No the time would come when fertilizers gently the trousers'a pocket, in tepid, water or;.:ina

'. I : postal note- money. order or registered one'who is'able should let this season would e'so' concentrated that the warm room: Exposure to temperature

'f letter.: to order.of pass;,: ';without fertilizing, 'his grove. farmer could carry them home in his above the heat of the body,. which is amply -
;: BARKER JJTD FRUIT GROWER .
This has sufficient to melt, or: to direct sunlight
Fertilizer like works vest pocket. jest usually
advertising
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.. Jacksonville.Fla. must under all circumstances be -
4l' while ,sleep." been coupled,with the other, that he '
;. ha8.WDaCo. >.taBu8lne8gManager.. you strictly avoided.
would also be able to the result-
carry The liquid contents are into a
:- From informarion furnished the poured
'h. Moored Orange Cu- Culture.... ...... '81 00 FLORIDA FARMER, FRUITGROWER ant crops inanother: vest pocket. The vessel containing one to three pints' of
AND
*; "'Eolfg Vegetable'' Growing in the ; time seems to have. arrived for the clean water (carefully washing out the
.-c:, ." South for Northern' Markets.\ ...' 1 25 by a Jacksonville merchant who fulfillment of the first part of this whole contents of-the bottle with a little

; 7 ," keeps carefully,informed as to that region ad- water), and then shaken, or stirred until
OONTENTS.; prophecy. A firm who give'their
; ; H able 'that thereare the fertilizer'' is equally distributed
_____, we are to state Meistei
dress as Farbwerke vorm.
about throughout the vessel, and the bacteriaare
; fl i 670 pineapple on
.i;:: L ;Diseased Horses" Brought Into Florida ; growers Lucius & Bruning Hoechst on Main, well mixed in the water.

,. ,, J 1 .;.. '*';: ,One cause. of Over-Production'rU-! the,east,coast, not.including i t keys. Germany, 'send out ,a circular on Ni 'The inoculated water 'thus prepared'is

'" :. ., !lageis Manure.u...... ..... J..L.370 The FARMER and FRUIT GROWERhas tragin which is worthy ot attention. poured over the seed and 'worked with
:*$%: TOBACCO Tobacco Culture at, Quincy-, fertilizers the hands (or the shovel) until every
received define
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.- ;' ''Mineral Fertilizers" on Tobacco................. 372 copies and special issues from, the representative for leguminous crops, and state of water is insufficient more must be

,. > GROVE, :AND OK.CHA.Ri>-Bud ng'' Cloth.... 372 .of a company of Baltimore that their fertilizers are prepared according added, but usually for small seed a pint

-* :"'" "''V lvot'1s; Fumigation vs. Spraying capitalists. .e contemplate the'plant. : to Drs; Nobbe and Hiltner, and a' half will' suffice, and for'' large
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'y for Orange Scale; Guava" Wine. ; ing _of'a large area in cane.and: tobaccoon who are'German chemists Ot excellent seeds two or three quarts. The moistened -

j .";", .. c. Peaches ,for' Profit.....>.........,,..... 373 the east coast of Florida,,to be followed reputation. seed is then reduced to a condition
<. rT-?1 :. Maritzgula The Curculio in the Far. suitable for sowing by mixing it with!
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by the erection of sugar mill. first recite the fact which is
:-f| 'j i.,. '" South'.x. .,....... ......... 374. They some dry sand or tine earth and if necessary -
'-', ? ;*." ':PixsaY-Red' Spanish.Preferred" r Pine-; We :hope to be:able' to give details familiar most of our readers, that allowing it to stand, turning it over

*,; l:. apple Shipments- Information nted-rr5: later; at_present it Is not:,permitted.Our plants of the leguminous family, suchas from time to time; too great dryness isdeleteriops.The

..4' *. "''Beet.. and. 'Cane'Sugar\'Not Antagonistic. ,.'.:,375, usually well-informed contem cowpeas, beans, beggaiweed, ''plover :: sowing and turning in 13
carried out in the sc-
manner usually
-* OOK RURAL llQK'rbo.Tfmo of Flies; vetch have the
"'. the California Fruit-Grower etc., power,
Fighting 'Moths; Southern House porary, tised. possible, however, avoid, owing -

b ,keeping...... ,......... ..,h., ..? .376 tells us of a"thrip" which evidently through 'minute nodules on their roots, in glaring sunlight. ', .
\4 E Green Manuring in the South ; The Bela- different from,the thrips of, Florida. of abstracting from the atmosphere a Instead of inoculating the 'seed.'the

; ?3 ;< .' T : tive Value,of Stock on which to Bud The Florida:"thrips: infest the'bloom oi.. supply ot nitrogen which makes them same' and, in some cases, better'resultsare
; ; .' Oranges; Cultivation 'of- .Orange independent ot that element in ma- obtained by inoculating the soil bv
; trees, plants! and vines, but the Cali- means inoculated' d earth. For
this
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;' & ...; liroves H.S.j..u.y.q.n.r o77 is nure. That.is these plants only need
nia and ,
: u. }' Drro>-Preserving'Cabbage; Thrips ; "thrip" a hopper seems to purpose for every 2 1-2 roods one-half

"3: ; Number of Pineapple. 'Growers ; Vest be most abundant in vineyards.. Our to be supplied with potash, phosphoricacid a hundred weight of earth is inoculatedin t
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', '- : '" Pocket : Fertilizers...........H..,..,..* 378 neighbor' says: lime and the other mineral ele- the above-described manner,using'' a
.Markets ; New Tork Market Notes; Pine- "The that will'kill 'ments. They are enabled to absorb proportionately larger quantity of water;
the
".. *; apples."... .......a..t......... 819Week11 spray thtip nitrogen from, the air by means of certain inoculated. earth is then dried in the .
: Crop Dulletln-Government Biil'letin without killing the vine. remains to air or mixed with dried earth, scatteredequally
bacteria
'.' ; Pruning: Young Trees.......,.. 380 discovered. Screens ,and tangle foot' microscopic organisms or over the field, and worked in
which reside in these nodules
,* *, United Farmers...................,...,,..... 882 afford but partial relief, and in view : the roots: We quote their'circular on: three For or larger four surfaces inches deep.than 2J roods a chi' .

f '? d: .Motea............. '- .,,.,,,...,.,..,....... 884V of: the immense. numbers of ,this par' responding number of bottles must'bused "-'
., : .:* .V 'visitation are totally inadequateas It is therefore a matter of extreme ,importance ((8 bottles to 5 acres '"'-.

.....i '; 4ztWeather, Jaokaonvllle. a correction'ot the evil. The turn' to the farmer to make 'certain As the bacteria are absolutely'inno uI 4:

.!:2--' ':" WeekEnding June i, 1897 ing of sheep into" the vineyard"is effective that each field of legumes is supplied with ous,'there is no fear of danger from the; _.;
*--v. the necessary quantum of bacteria: only I bottles beinz left about or employed fori+ .=
.. .: a". *. H. a i: :' -' only in part, and affords no then can he expect to obtain full crops other nnrooRea. =J't s .

'" Y.. .' 0"" .. .. i as: j: | jg complete solution to 'the puzzling ..from poor sandy soils without. nitrogen Notwithstanding r'S the authority '&$:''" ,'t';;
GO' $
problem. Thorough> and.deep winter manures (i. e. without saltpetre, ammonia, <
> doctors 'which is
,,': June 2-:7: 77 '78. 'go niTS--, plowing'and the destruction by fire .etc.) and only. then will,he reap the advantage the 1 learned sought to- ;'r -'
'p .';!1 3.,"t..i 78 79 86 74 12 80 T. of a soil enormously enriched with be attached to this circular we cannot .
_ .: .: 4........ 77 ,75 92 72 20 82 .48 of .leaves,.loose sticks and othervine- nitrogen. help regarding it with some doubts..
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*' '- **% .%,'J* 6.S.:8....... 76 72 75 8S 89 71 69 20 14 78 79 .88 1.68 yard rubbish, appear so.ar. to be The wide bearing' 'of this, newly dis- According to its statements',anY';legume t- ,:.
j; -..- :a:,7" ..f... 75 80 91 '7021 80 ofi '' the most efficacious methods of prevention covered has been taken '. ,
; principle already .
red clover for instance; : K
.'. 8....... 7 79 9170 2181 .0" as can
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bnt the low ,, '
y of raisins
prices into consideration and fieldsare
." practical "
- ----- be made in Florida and '
: : to, ,not
i Mcan........... 77 77 89 71' 18(80( 3 04 for years:past has toot been" conducive now inoculated, that: is to say, grow ,
flourish
o with earth in which only grow but exceedingly, =
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.t rainfall.A. -- ( the of the fertil
special :
., > : J. MITCHELL. ObSerVer; hence the have already flourished. This'method., by use germ. : *: -
., plagueof thrips. however, apart from its great, cost and izer which inhabits its roots., 'Now, .=.: "-'

81 ;.:".', For" a Home supply of cucumbers Some of our sucscribers who had the loss of time and labor entailed, also as to red clover we are' somewjiat l -::

that.will; } last, all summer,.says a contributor more cabbage than they could ship',to jurious involves as the well danger as useful of disseminating bacteria. in- doubtful .

.n. of the Horticultural Gleaner, advantage may wish to preserve some; This disadvantage, is, however, now .

,". ; :.;; .'-' make bed about six feet wide ,and of it in the form of sauer kraut. This completely overcome by the pure patent The Apopka people Care a .good,

: J as long'as you'wish. 'P.1arittwo: : rows can be done although it is troublesome germ.fertilizer, Nitagrin, which consume quiet, happy lot, willing .::to'go}tl dw,

:j ( : .of cucumbers' about three: 'feet apart to keep through the hot weather. of a pure cultivation of the specific bacteria ; as proven by their; way of carrying the

'"' ., : ...and two feet :in the row. Make--the Slice the cabbage thin, remove the medium.''of legume nodules in a::saitofeie. mail with,.",a nice fat ox fasten- (fto the

i. : : .": .bed, :rich, 'so as to give :the vines core,-,place,layer of about two inch, The inoculation of the seed"'orof.-&e' J buggy. I'<:believe tourists 'to Clay

s ;.-v-/' << a. good start, keep clean 'o{' :weeds es in a stout, keg or; barrel, sprinkleover soil with, the germ fertilizer, accortliag Springs travel in the same waT.0r--

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:, FLA., June 11, 1897. next week, and the course of the market MJJ MKJFFLORiDfl
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ow! Ji!, .FRUITSAND depends chiefly upon the extent of future ,
: PRODUCE. supplies. The market ,is now in pretty SO liT ]

3 Corrected by Marx Bros. good condition.. The Oldest National
These are aTerage quotations. Extra choice Bank in the State. -
tots fetch prices above top quotations. while poor MELONI.-A number of carloads have

<< Iota Pines aeUlower.(wanted).... ..Standard. crate 2.00102.50' arrived from Florida. Trade. was very. CHABTERED, 1874. CHARTER EXTENDED, 1894.

Lemons. Messina..!.............box 3.50 dull early in the week, but toward the; By conservative yet liberal methods, this bank has achieved the highest for
*' English Peas,dried,..............bu 1.25 close warmer weather,, has made a little I strength and ability r1 to meet all legitimate demands. reputation solidity' _
Peanuts,best brand...... ........ 04. to. .05 better the sales have been'mainly We buy and sell foreign and'rfnmctj*exchange. on the most favorable terms ,
C.bbage..F1orlda....;.....:.......... in demand inquiry; drafts on an parts or the world. drawing our own
? Potatoes;New........ ........bbl a 25 to 2.50 in range of 25.00 to 30.00 per hundred'an ,;I JeJaftaJ visit or an1'eIpondence.looking toward business relations, alSurlng that
fOl? .... ... .,v,. crate 1.35101.50 occasional lot of extra fancy large I fa times receive intelligent and careful, attention you your
Peal.black eye, ...:..........bushel 1.50. >:
brown-eye...........;.......bn .1.50 bringing a slight premium. Some of tne JAMES M. SCHUMACHER; R. C. COOLEY
,K 4*. clay ,s..........:."..... ......bu,, 1.35 receipts ,have been so small and greet n President.
*,. /' WhippoorwiU....;.."7......bu 1.50 tt they were -seized by, the HealtVEOETABL h Cashier.
fi*, Bed Kippers...... .,.....bu. 1.50 Safe DeposltBoxes For
-.............._ ..........._doz .11 ..r Rent.
I .-receipts smce last Monday U
I by leading lines: Classified vegetables ,
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., VEGETABLES. AND POULTRY.- onions cabbages Bradley Redfldl Eugcm B. Etdjldd.
.- -127 pkgs. 80,363 pkgs -

'x.;Yellow. :Yams.Corrected.,..by.....Davis...._&...Robinson..bush ._ 50 22,213 pkgs. beans, 27,517 pkgs. QUICK WORK ESTABLISHED iSjI..
,' Sweet Potatoes;.........i .......... .40 to.so peas,20,169 pkgs. cucumbers 7,635 pkgs. REDFIELD & SON,
Hsbbard squash. ..............:.bbl 1.50 tomatoes, and 913 boxes asparagus. Unclassified In selling and paying for Fruit and Vegetables K
I iLattace ...................doz' .JS .vegetables-24,526 pkes.TOMATOES. shipped to us Is our motto. WE Commission Merchants
c- .(Celery/Florida......:.. ......_.... .15to ..259nPlants. GIVE GOODS SENT US BY GROWERS
....:................. bbl 7.50102.50 .The market has been over- FIRST PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVER -AMD-
Tojaatoes, .. ,,:,............crates 1.25101,50 burdened with stock and prices have BUY OURSELVES. They'are protectedby
SweetPepper; ....,,....... -bu 1.50101,75 continued low and unsatisfactory.Since our 40 years experience without default. Fruit
ti.Green Beans................... crate soo to i.oo very little lug a dollar. Enquire as"to our standingand Auctioneers ,!
: .... ........each ..10f Wednesday there has been a financial
>>Pumpkins, .r.i. .0510 stability which: any bank or 141
.Kershaws.,...... ..... ........each '.ojto .10 steadier feeling in the market, but very merchants having mercantile reports can Dock Street,Philadelphia,Pa.
;l'ankJ..pudol.bunches: no demand little i improvement in 'Lines of verify-then try ns-WB BELIEVE OUR We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables

_ *'GrteDoldoll..perdoz.)tepper. ,................!bunches- .15 to' ,75.25 strictly choice quality, sowing good size your METHOD name WILL for our quotations.SATISFY YOU.Stencil Send and: either at private sale(which has heretofore been

Sage,well carea..............M.--lb. .25 fine color, and free from blemish, have cards free. letters promptly answered. our custom)or by the'auctJon system (recently
'H......_._._.....__.... 25 to.30 been placed mainly at 1.12 to 1.25 per added to our business))as you may desire.
,Roosters...;.....-_..;..-. .w.... .20 .
."* Half-grown.." _..:...-"... .....;. .25 crate but toward the close a few fancy FRENCH & CO., y
:Turkeys,....._ -.perpoundgross, .12}* have reached 1.37 and rarely 1.50. The
.}YO.ia.w.,.. ..._..!........._..H.... .25 to .40 bulk of the business fcr average good 116 Warren St., New York. TENNESSEE
x, Gasses.......__............;;...... .25 to .30 stock has been about 1.00 carrier CENTENNIAL AT
Leeks ..,.........per dox bunches. per 'ESTABLISHED 1855.
nodemanu.
.Radi/hes.au..perdoz with a good many inferior lots dragging,
:-Cucumbers,...... ............. bbl. 1.50 at lower prices. TIfr wA&w.wwAw! NASHVILLE, MAY i, TO-

cabbage Spinach.per. Florida.. ...........bushel......: 1.00101.25.75 Cukes Fla.. crate 60 to 80; basket 75 OCTOBER '
Salsify, ..........pcrdozen bunches ..z3rtcaa to 1.00; Eggplant, half-barrel box 1.50 to a few packages daily. Their quality 3l. ,
over:....:................per bbl 3.00 to 2.50; s 3 Green peas ..... ...........crate 1.00101.25 showed considerable improvement, how- The building and grounds of the
Turnips I ,......................bunch no demand 1.50; white, 1.50 to 2.00;. yellow L25 to ever, and they met ready sale at $2 to
1 'Florida Honey.... ....pound. section .10 1.60. $3.50 carrier to quality.A Tennessee Centennial, in numbers and
.New Potatoes.................barrel 2.00102.25 i .. per according
:Strawberries ..... ............ Quart ,05 to ..o6zotoI2) few carriers extra large nicely colored architectural beauty,surpass Atlanta's,
Asparagus...,..................bunch New York Market Notes. fruit brought $4, but that price was exceptional .
--, ??''. Squash ..n...,................crate: .25 ,Citrus fruits are quiet both In Califor- A few crates of Abundance and nearly equal Chicago's. The exhibits
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Melons *i. ,. per TOO 10.00 15 ooCantaloupes.
.. <:..:............bbl. 2.2510x50 nia and Eastern markets. A feature is plums from Florida came in this week ,are' all ready, and are, interesting -
Peaches..... .............. crate 3.00s the unsettled condition of the lemon mar and sold readily at $3 per.crate.Fruit
ket. In spite of the smaller arrivals Trade Journal. and instructive. The live stock

'ojOoi--,' ,yh compared with last year, the New York Valencia seedling oranges from Cali- display excels any exhibition of the'" '

;r' New York Market Journal of Commerce says that stock on fornia, the choicest oranges now in sea- kind ever made.

New YOBK June 7,1897. the way to the city named is some 200- son, cost seventy-five cents a dozen.

Y1 .. :; ;;; 000 cases less than were en route a year They are juicy of excellent flavor and The Midway is great.

'i!, ?e1toee.EOCelpte.- ago and that"epot"by comparison showsa. almost seedless.. -Garden and Forest.. The Western and Atlantic Railroad
",:= since Monday, 41,590 hhls., .shrinkage by nearly as mueh.* The ,

..t,, Including 27,070 bbls..of ,Southern new. cool weather up to the close of May has be Oranges.-Market called lower and it continues dullmay be oth- and the Nashville, Chattanooga and
can hardly
A:We have'had, a generally good market been ail element of dullness and American erwise with 100 carloads] of ,strawberries St: Louis Railway run solid vestibule
..aH the week. The: arrivals of old pots markets are apparently well suppliedfor
te. have been comparatively) light, and the moment, :whatever may be developed coming In here per day. Receipts from trains with Pullman's finest sleepingcars
California are at the end and although
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of new; moderate. The when the months arrive. very
receipts very warm from Atlanta to Nashville.Do .
there may be a car or two drop-
about Charleston and Savannah with choice lots firm.
1 crop Oornges are steady
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;sterns to.have passedits height, and ar- Florida pines are quiet. not be imposed upon, but be

: a.rivala from North Carolina and Virginia In one commission store, I saw some Pineapples.Editor sure that your ticket reads by The'VESTERNitNDATLANTICR.R.
I have only began in any quantity. Stock very fancy string beans which came from
':; > quite closely from day Charleston. The whole store was well Parmer aid Fruit-Grower: ., .

r r' to day, and prices! have been fairly wellattained filled with a cooice lot of vegetables. We have shipped to date seventy-nine AND THE NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA ;
=. ; ruling rates during ,the first Besides the beans there were cucumbers carloads. Of this amount only one lot j ,,
'v lsaltof;the' week' were 3.50 to .&.00 forr cabbages potatoes and beets from has been received in bad order, and thisis AND ST. !LOUIS R'Y.,
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Charleston Norfolk
with Reds : and ; that the in this lot between Atlanta and Nashville.For .
'sash Rose, Chili averaging a squashes eggplants and tomatoes from on to believe pines
hade l lower, and the early arrivals of Florida and beets from Nor- were abused in packing. The sizes are
_:,:".,, ," .NorthCarolina. were. sold mainly in folk and; green the Eastern peas shore lettuce running high this year, despite the cold sleeping car berths, or any information -
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'. range' of S.OOTto 3.50. being generally radishes, spinach beet weather last winter which it was feared, about rates, hotel orboard-
:- lacking in.&ize. Wednesday, choice Island and asparagus would reduce the size of the fruit The house
from Long tyew! Jersey. ing accommodations in Nash
-'}. Jot of,extra fancy: Savannah potatoes Supplies come from a wide range of ter majority of the pines run thirty and thir-
;>...:f;:' were placed at an advance of about 25c., rtoryand; nearly all seemed to be in fine ty-six to the standard crate (eighty ville, call upon or write to .
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<;;':: ''-. end since then there have been some condition; I don't remember ever to pounds), but there are many 24s. Prices C. E. HARMAN
'sales: of strictly choice Charleston and have seen the condition of hold up well The train of fifteen cars ,

.< ;Srann -Rose as ,high as' 4.00 to 4.25, tables in this market average better.-R. N.vege-Y. mentioned the other day was largely General Passenger Agt, Atlanta, Ga.
:' ,, t'although the latter price has been quite from the Keys. This fruit we do not SPECIAL NOTICE.-The round trip
:;- : 'exti ne,,''and'. a. good deal of-very fair Among the most costly offerings are handle; it is generally poorly packed. to Nashville than
," has had to.go !at 3.50 to 3.75. On hothouse grapes which sell for $2.50 a The Association fruit is almost univer- rates are cheaper
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,, ,MOck by' rail sold well in range of 3.50 including Black Hamburg the ling eighty-five to ninety per cent. .
.:' .? to 4.26, but the, Savannah steamer with White Muscat of Alexandria,, the amber- E. P. POBCHEB, .
:: :? barrels late and of her colored musky; flavored Muscat of Hamburg General
2,500 came cargo Agent. 13,007 barrels of pines. From the Bahamas :
only a',few exceptionally fancy marks and Deacon Snpert with berries Jacksonville, Fla., June, 9. 872 crates 53 barrels and 30,700 doz.
..' exceeded 3.50 to 4.00. At the close sales round and of clear pale green, unless In Baltimore there\ were received, from -

I!' .Charleston':or Savannah stock above fully ripe, when they have a yellowishtint. NEW YOBK.-Indian River,reds,stand. the Bahamas,66,075 dozen.-Fruit Trade

".- .8.50;! to 4.00 are too exceptional to.war A novelty for dinners and lunch ard crates 24s, &50; 30s 3.00; 86s 2.25 to Journal.

&. 'rant'. any higher quotation., Some few eons, designed hothouse by one of the uptown 2.75. Other sections, per-100,,4.00 to 8.00. '
jof the fuieet Iota of North Carolina and fruiterers, is peaches, each Porto Rico,each, 25 to 40.
: Virginia Beee have recently sold as high fruit set in a little nest witha dainty pa Ruhlman & Co., say: Pineapplesare An abundant and convenient supplyof
f;as Ibetbeet from 'farther. 'south, but"a per Iking, ,and marked with the name beginning to arrive out of conditionand water is one of the first things to be
.4f. a raM the Norfolk and North Carolina of tbe guest In blue and gold.-Garden arc moving slowly at unsatisfactory considered on a farm both for family

*..'reoelpta are not yet showing size to com= and,F rest' prices. We quote fancy Florida pines 60 and stock; and if a running stream can

mind the extreme price; ':a. range"af 'Florida peaches were a little more to the crate at $5. be diverted for irrigation, the farmer ha

3,00- ,to.3.75'cov most*.-,'of. *the busiaefts,.&, teatiful.. but receipts were still limited Received from Havana the past week, I I an immunity from drouth. _,

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>',: ;:-::K nights with >copious showers 'and what retarded the groWth of all crops injured j some, !' ,
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- : ;x &:' a.more vigorous condition :.Marianna.-;-.Had ,a: "fine rain on 5th; erations:=0. F; Xamoreaux. 'f
r : "'-of-"corn, cotton, cane, mel nsi-l and tobacccb -' theJirsi" m three weeks.it; was needed i for pineip-
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: : t>. \ :reports : very ;; plesshipnientsareslgwly; ; becoming Shortest Jnicbst( Most. AttractiveO -
-g: of the State where'mois- is little ; .
.section cotton '
tJ. : : only ( ; ;very/good; very larger; ..car :loads, are: moving
sv :,," I.r, ': : .tore.was"still deficient, is,a limited. por-I fruit,:all dropped after the cold; oat north;from many'the east coast day ATE :

.n ..',-') .)'! ,.=L 'tioa'of... the.Nonhern, district.. "Since. crop is.good..-W. ]: Watson.' : the; bulk of the. crop,is yet every to, come;; .BETWEENFLORIDA .
..., ',at. "" !;, ,were mailed; howeverthe : Pensacola rai Fr POINTS AND THE;NORTH
; t section ha's : ;=Fi iiie day.night, June[ :will be, the, banner: shippingmonth '"*, '*
?f; : -- doubtless beenfavored THE
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'/ preceded by; very dry thisyear.:J.W, Crpnk.Eden. ; .
;?. '4)"':':, t., .with generons rains; er"oat crop 'harvested'' 'in 'fine i .c.on.di"l .-Very; favorable weather for ,Florida.Cen1ral. and Peninsular

,Western District The" ,early part tion; fruittscarce; theretwillbebutiewLeconte : } ; pineapples;. :enough rain; pineapples I NEW THROUGH RO UTE..

,}.:ti'\,. :. ,of! the- week'corn: and cotton gave pears'to ship from this county bave moved,.off'rapidly'at'good prices .
:;: ft :evidence, of suffering: .lO't.mO. st\1fe\ :;' ; strawberries are j being. shipped in and people) begin to prosper: and be New Florida Pennsylvania New York to Jacksonville B. B. to Wash by

: -::"".i.:... ;; V >' Coin-wilted,- This was"strikingly: so from: Alabama; home grown tomatoes. happy; more,money moving, at. 'present Northern and. ington.Columbia Southern, Florida Hallway Central to&
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/ ) In Leon county, where only the'lights hayeappearediirimarket.r-Thos; ) ; Me.: Line.Cincinnati .
,y: :: 'and'all are hard at work; clearing Air, Peninsular to all principal.
', 't; '! 'estshowersfellfollowed; )5 hot un- Mijlan.Boulpgue.rT7ielong.- V '- land is in order and 'no idlers are Cincinnati point%in Florida,
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""" ', :;f' 7-'" shineij. V'etables l. ,and cork !mJaylorcounty ; 'ir itl&erpjiJ t/ : : .> .... around ..that.:care to' ':work.-T.,' ]E;, ; by Queen & Crescent, .
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k <_:,..<'.,AY J"';.'' r g, ,tioh;of; crops moreavorable1 in.Mad .. ; dry:spell, was Richards.-- ,A,1, J. MlTCELtj villa ern and,Railway Columbia and.by Florida South-
: ...ison ,Calhoun ,.Gadsden broken on the,3d lust.;; we are having; JacksonvilleCincinnati Central&PensnsularColnm.-
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', fine showers daily; vegetation recover- .; ,
: ,i;. Wakulla: and ,Jackson :counties. As ': "Cincinnati to Jacksonville,
..' :t.t a*ruler oats harvested ,well.-, .Some ing rf last';;, farmers and/gardeners 'are .Pruning Young Trees. Queen & Crescent to Chptta*

I i;: ; ?,' complaint I of .lice i troubling! .cotton feeling I cheerfuL: -I*_ P..J'racrl Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower :: and Florida ette nooga.Florida Southern Central R'y &to Penin lyer-

":'\",..' : 1 {<:from Holmes county: Peach and.pear :Bristol.-Past-week has,been favorable J 1 find there are many! persons'who Llmlted.Bular' points.to all Important-:Florida" .

',: ;' ;yields\ will .be: shorty; vegetables, melons ; oat crop about harvested, which\ give perfect( cultivation.. and, cafe ,to Kanaa Kansas City. Fort, Soott it

V .: ;., ':':. ': and tobacco'much impro'ved'Northern.TsttictDlstnbutloniof is'goodprbspect.. .....,for_ -corn is,poor, .; cot.. their young fruit trees. but very often and City.1 Memphis to Birmingham R.ILto Southern Kansas its,'
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:\'::=.'4:- : ; ; ion doing 'well; me dnu-bug'is injur neglect to prune during Line to Everette,.-Fla. Central 1
:..- rainfall f fairly satisfactory; over this ingthe cane ',crop.-Ji D. 'McAlily growing seaso"nin; a manner that gives Peninsular Louis! to to Jackoavilte all Fla. ofatef!

i. '. ''', *'district t; 'and advices very .favorable 1 'Idl wi1d.-Week past very hot,-with, the best1' result for after time. In this 1St. Short Line to Du Quoin by,

i- ':', regarding! theconditiou'of'corn' mel* heavy ,,rainfalls.,)making'i considerable State where the trees have a long season Holly Route Sp'gi' Central City, Memphis to Holly&Sp'gs.Birmingham ,

: '. .. ors ..vegetablestobacco and cane. improvements in crops;;,-.watermelons to'grow in I find .trees are liabletosend'out J to Birmingham,Sou
., } looking'betterjJtom: toes':getting ready :new shoots so rapidly that B'y.to Everette and F.1..*P;
_."'"'.'t: ;Reports.ironvBaker, Liberty, Duval, ; : Sioux City!&Chicago to Jack*
.,:" Nassau: ", Putnam,and: t. Johns! cpun-, f for:market t; cow peas looking nice.; i it,is;not uncommon to see branches onpear S p'g, sonvllle. Ill., Cent. 'to Holly< "
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.' y.. -, ;'conditions1 of!' previous week: ; Oafs Silver Pond.-Fine.rain,on,4th;this{ the. 'way/rom five to ten feet in length ette and tie F. 0. &P '

s ::'t $harvested; ; with good yield;; prospect :wilbethe[; ; ,making} of.oorn thatisin;; and,, I have 'even ,seen. pear: shoots New Orleans Louis'ille Junction.&Naahllle F. C. k to P.Rive,only a
'" : :: twelve (feet)long., :Now i if these J long To route with through eleepere
:. for: corn not so good,mLibertyoouf? ; silt: and,was; beginning to I show the Jack.o'Tllle between New OrJoaaa and. ,
-,:;.- if: ty; cotton doing well, with ..the drill effeCts,of the dry weather;very favorable slender branches_are alllowedto; grow Jacksonville. -. -
*" which and fruity; .they bend :under the load The F. C. & P. has TOO miles .oft kek in
bug injunngtcane.; Peachcrop..poor\ ? Jor.orange: trees, \ are.now ..
.. '" *:r-)with'a better:.outlook for pears; mel-. putting"on, June gow h.-A. 'I.Spen- until, if-they do"not'break down, they.will Florida Tobacco running Begwni through, the: -'0';'- .

ry ; .: t"'onsmucn:: improved/: ,cow peas doing. cer.; This l seldom,recover-anerect.poshion.; in,either! Stock PeoeA jI(Jrm'9'ft4..D4'ru and Bt-rcu ber.,.80; -t

.... .;. i ::>!*: &well; tomatoes;being:shipped. Switzerland. Several slight showers makes; :an.uns ghtly tree, -< 'Orange, ,]Jlanana and;Pfeteappli. tT untry,
case., I prefer to cut the U"ee..back at .Phoap hate BfU t"::;
: :: V *K >-;Central'' :District: -Reports, more :on'Thursday and Friday freshened'lihing the which I Hal planting time to height at ; ,
> {. cheetul( ,'.from .this, district In some "a. little,'but' soil .not wet wish tree to make its'crown :;andas The Great HuntIng Other Country Fine Scenery; i
F -V more counties seedbeds down to much my Beaches the Noted Flshlntf Iron;
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soon as the: new shoots begin to, Has the best lands for tillage,
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; orange watch them; .and .should the ety ot soils in the State and above all ;
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C1.Steelea,. shoots grow top ,:pinch\ the: ; Where It Is High and Healer.
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.x. ,, ::,t: .i. ,about-ended* V over portions of f Central'District. shoot and throwing out of side branches the the Northern best freight markets.facilities for"anyaprodsee. ...J _

'". = Hillsborough .county.' Rate planted 'Springs.-Th showers when'a fine compact head may'be Send alsg for the beat 'map ot11oridatJ.
3 <.. ,* tcont. pii ting' ''on-! 'new' growfii/and, Tarpon rerlieved free. ) and note the towns on its route. ; "jf." .
:the.:tension on vegetation'somewhat foTmeotOsuit
;":;z t-y: bacco fie14.peaspean look\ better.;,. sorghumnd Sweet potatoV to- { ,:but"'a great deal .more: is need. This pinching back,.and,tubbing i ,off bi Jeviilo- .Jfa.. ,

'. ; 'r. ; "r-l7, planting active: ,.and"citrus:' trees have. L-CD., : Webster.. buds energy,when that not would'wanted.otherwise.saves be wastedin allthe; The'Fla, Cent., &, Peninsalar.' .Lf. H; ,

V ; been"greatly' revived. Shipping tomatoes ; Zeily/ ,-.Clear,,,warm.and 'sultry; growing useless branches which Offers to: Shippers' ? -j
t continues. ,Guavas':promise heavy .rains the last i: three daysoi: ( would.be removed with knife or saw '

:e'i #- good crop, .and;pineapples l especially- week; crops'saved.by rain; corn will] the ,coming ,winterer ..spring. The The SlwrM, { a Q tusk ''W": ,j

: '., tines' mature'well.-J.; A. Williamson. loss of this energy or plant growth BETWEENFLORIDA = _

: ; '; : Southern District -ifimely., and ,Orlanda;;Kecent ;rains have" greatly may mean-something- we stop to AND'ALL.POINTS:Hf ; :

,.,. { <., ,: ;' ;* generous: .showers; \prevailed ,over'the i improved crop conditions, ,and consider that 'it takes fertility produce THE EAST, AND WSlT. 1Yy..; :. '
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S ; 2 s":: and the.reniaining vegetables: (rom.West Orange have been unusually '' energy into the branches which pany handle la the better Orange equipped and Vegetable,than ever&ftr'Crepe.and::8.. i --.1 ;

':; i.- Sweet .:potato slips' being setals: a larg .-J.;M. ''Rice. are needed,to make aperfecttree: and Insure to all Eastern close connections and Western Markets d' iiMkteir- 7'. "-____.>,.<
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.':--4,;; f: '{ being made for pineapple,fields. shpwers,:have been very refreshing; seem,to grow faster",than others,. en, cut;; change or delay : ;:.J;;

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L-" ;, .,.:";!.-r'J.,1{ -("' ': 'crop'larger : : E. Pratt strongstocky, tree,,and the above manner .tAllclaims.for overcharges' -and-loos- .HW, Pt1adjusted. -,
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,. K' t; ;:W 'Dutrut,. up; com and watermelons: snowed much in,demand as of | ,. For information call on<>r address;the une4Ig =

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} : lt "CENT-A-WORD", COLUMN. FOR JUNE PLANTING. 10000 Budded Or-
INSECTICIDES.Protect H- ange,Lemon and Gtape Fruit Trees; free
; 7" f .::i: TBS.-Twenty'words name and address, from aU diseases and,insects "White fly" has
: :,-;.,<. .. one week,25 cents; three weeks 50 cents Nothing never been in this section. Prices to suit the
_ ; : taken for less than cents. times. MAGNOLIA NURSERIES, Beneview,
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p i: l; : Your Crops. Make Your Own Insecticides! Advertisements for this column ursrbe 'pre- Marion Co., Fla. F.D.Waite.Manager


I ::Fi: '" at a Very Small,Cost. .-/' tr ..fl.: paid.Send no stamps larger than two cents. WANTED FOR CASH, Velvet Beans Won

1, ,' Initials and figures count as one word.' Whipporwill and Black Peas.

." : '"..': fI I' Ammonia Water, 26 degrees, in 7-pound bottles, $1 each. r B. Care Farmer and Fruit-Grower. 5153..

'" i'- White Arsenic, 10 cants a pound. .. MOSQUITO PARALYZER does the work.' YOU, HAVE TOMATOES, GRAPES
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>: 'y Carbonate of Ammonia, 15 cents a pound. ..:-- paid 250 and $i. Seminole Co., IF Peaches or Pineapples to ship, write for
Carbonate of Soda. 5- packages 20 cents a package. -.' Daytona,Pla. 6Vi>8DOR prices' on the best crates in the Market. THE
pound cents ? PIERPONT Manufacturing Co., Crescent City,
;:: Carbon Bi Sulphide, tins, 25 a pound t: Fla. '

::: :.:,Caustic Soda, 50 pound cans, 7} cents a pound. Suckers SALE and-Smooth Slips. St.Cayenne Petersburg'and Abbaka Pineapple

.' Copper Carbonate, single pounds 40< cents a pound.Cooper T\ANCY TANGERINE. SATSUMA and Cen-
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:: Co., St. Petersburg, Fla. 6-1-t5VELvET JLtennial bud-wood true to name Four Dollars

r 1-, Sulphate, 10-pound packages, 70 cents a package.. per 1,000. Address. H. FRIEDLANDER, later
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Quick Lime, per barrel, 90 cents. BEANS FOR SALE,carefully shelled lachen.. Fla. 3-I*3

London Purple;per pound, 25 cents. Very fine quality large and PLANTS Schnadelbach's
sound. to Miller &
-''Naphthaline}? 10-pouna I packages, per pound 8 cents., .. Florida.Apply Boucher 6x Orlando>-6 STRAWBERRY ,Nnnans,pen.ooo$3.00.'

a..)< :, Paris Green,per pound, 80 cents. ." -'-/ ". ;' JULIUS SCHNADELBACH Grand Bay,Ala

< ;J ,. Potassium Sulphide pound 39 cents. THOROUGHBRED POX HOUNDS-PoJl SALK IRRIGATED GROVE 100 acres 10 years set ila

.: Pyrethrum Insect Powder best, 32 cents'pound. one pups. Sired by "Jacx," a fine : SO 111 ether rust trees, eta
'. : Blydsoag dog out of"PATSY" a Red Bone Bitch. For sale at a sacrifice. Address "p." The
; barrel.
Rosin $2 a Address R. B. Bull,Bradfordville Fla. 6125"DOR Palms Lane Park Lake County. Fla.
'. : ; Sulphur,60-pound packages, 8 cents a pound. 4-t0 3m.

'i: Tobacco Dust, barrels, S lots 4 cents pound.

:,, Tobacco,Stems, 50-pound packages, 1} cents a pound. SALE-A lot of seedling Pomelos,butt FRUIT BRANDIES AND WINES FOB
1? averaging about half to three-qurter inches to II per gallon. Send for price-
f, ::". ::- .These prices are for quantities as mentioned herein. For larger quantities indiameter,also) Queen and Abbaka Pine slips.A. list and samples to J. B.HMONTAGNK,

., r. please write for special quotations. We are pleased at''all times to furnish you formulas J.ALDRICH.Orlando.Fla. 5-1-5 Winter Park,Fla. 4

r= '' and all information for Insecticides. FOR HATCHING LIGHT BRA-
give making
necessary up
S SPANISH PEANUTS for seed.$i per bushel. EGGS and Plymouth Rocks bred for utility.
> B. N. BRADT, Huntington Fit. 81.00 per 13. MRS. GOMPBRT8
-, 5-22-30 Lake. Fla..
R. J. MARTINEZ Lady _
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THIRTY THOUSAND NURSERY TREES in. NURSERY TREES at Reduced Prices.-:

'c/o >SUCCl\ssott; TO' J. C. It'HfiGIiH.P. Seedling Grapefrut 5 years old. to close out our surplus stock of
Also Hart's and Valencia: Late Dancy Tangerines trees we will greatly reduce prices on all leading

.- O. BOX 89, .. ..' .. JACKSONVILLE[ FLA. Budded Grapefruit, Pineapple Eureka varieties. Send in your orders early.
Lemon, and a few Seedless'Grapefruit, Parson W. K. TRIMBLB.a .
Brown's and Enterprise Seedless All buds on -3o-tf Braidentown, Fla.
I Grapefruit stock 5 years old. Buds grown to
DUDWOOD FOR SPRING BUDDING.
; WINTER HAVEN NURSERIES stakes. Trees very fine and sure to please both JD All leading varieties tor sale at $4 per 1,000.Centennial. .
to quality and Write BOWYER
: as price. us. Homosassa..Nonoariel and Majorca;
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STKPHRN8..Lakeland. Fla.CHARLOTTE
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"cf are -5 er'll Taagarlae Parson

'J Offer their Fine Stock. of CITRUS TREES at Reduced Prices. SMOOTH CAYENNE, ROTHS- Brown and Blood',! Amory Blood King Ru, Boone's,B1oo4
F. i--J and Golden f UlUUUa are O per 1,000.
Queen Pineapple and Marsh' Seedless
Early are$
Plants for sale at Modelo Park Pineapple I.So
Pinery.
,Ii. Qualityunsurpassed.
:
AU buds warranted free from all insect
,y ...', ;Parson Brown, Ruby Amory, Jaffa Bloods, St. Michael, Jaffa, Wash. Navels, Address ORLANDO GRAPE ,per pests 100.and from bearing trees.
a FR UIT CO..C.S.VanHouten, Orlando,Fla.
: : Tardiff Dancy King Tangerines Villa Franca Lemons. W K TRIMBLE
: .6542.RARE.
. a 20--tf Braldentojrn;Pl.
-'i;p Triumph, Marsh Seedless Thornless Silver Cluster Pomelos. '
CHANCE FOR POULTRY KEEPERS
f.;: Don't You
.. :.:.'' At $25 100 f. o. b. 10 per cent. off on 600 lots. 400 thoronghbread White Leghorns yrun ForgetTo
per ; and mature. Bone Cut er. Corn and Shell Mill send for price list of all the leading varieties
:< All Brooders Coops, Wirenetting and Lathiendng, of Citrus Trees on 4.5 and 6 year stocks.
trees budded low lemon stocks about inch diameter. Buds
are on rough 1J
; etc.,to be sold at once. Wme for prices. Seminole Discounts according to sue of orders C. W.
c ,"' 41} to 6 feet high,first: class in every respect and guaranteed true to name. I Poultry Farm.Jackson Ille Fla. FOX Villa Lake Nurseries,FruitUnd Park, Fl*.

.t i : Address, RICHARD KLEMM, Winter Haven, Fla.THE 6-5'2 65tf.

.. ," --,', .. No SAFES OB MORE EFFICACIOUS REMEDY LOUISIANA GRABS (P ASP ALUK PLA-

can be had for Coughs, or ) grass for lawns and permanent
: any:
pastures. Sets, $I.5o per 3,000by express; 35
trouble .,of the*throat than "J3roicn'
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cents per hundred,postage paid. M.P.Powiuts' ,.
Bronchial Troches. -- -
< LAKELAND NURSERIES Lawtey Fla.

< If you grow Tobacco by all means use FOR I KXCIIANGE.-UUDDED CITRUS'
Farmer's Patented Method for harvest- and budwood in exchange for pare
blooded Plymouth Rocks and Brovrojeghorafowl
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SEEDLESS CITRUS FRUIT TREES. ing same. Write,txlay for full particu- *. F. D. WAITE, Bdleriew.FU. 2-IS-U

MARSH POMELO Seediest), JOPPA LATE ORANGE Seedless lars. Don't delay. Agents wanted
( ( ), TAHITI LIMB (Seedless), every- mHOROUOH-BKED MAMMOTH LIGHT
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.. : : jo' SATSUMA ORANGE' (Seedless), EUREKA LEMON (Seedless! ). where. JNO H. VADEN, JL Brahma Cockerels and Pullets, $1.00 to a 00,
,\ Laurel Grove, Va. Plymouth Rock Pullets,$1.00 each. Fron price
J& :C. TUT. TSKRSH. PR0PRI6T0R.f winners. Mas. GOMPERT&,
: You Should See 6 mos Lady Lake, nc.FOR .

i ORANGE.' LEMON- LIME AND POMELO TREES. Those 3.000 two ear King buds on 4 and 6 ; SALE Two Leon county farms,480 area.
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z. :n:: Send for Descriptive Catalogue. LAKELAND, FLA. year stocks. The most profitable orange grown. 390 acres. Excellent for stock raising a4
y C. W. FOX, Villa Lake Nurseries, Fruitland tobacco growing. W.B. ,Jacksonville, C
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,. United Farmers. The other measure we have advocated WANTED-A position to take charge an NURSERY TREES.-CARNEY. PARSON
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and which this further grove. 17 yeai experience For Grape Fruit bud&d! tow. oa
national has society purposes to BEN WELLS. Satsuma, stock at reasonable
A organization recently particu errs,address ] sour : very prices.
.., 'been formed that should have the imme- is the adoption of a just and equitable Fla. 5293. 6mos C. COMPERTS,:Lady Lak ;"

t r-' _.. 'dlate attention of the farmers in the system of freights whereby the farmer CJATSUMA TREES and Budwood. Buds i.aopress.GEN HART'S LATE AND PARSON BROWJV.
may have the same advantages in shipping Mail, f&oo per thousand by and Buds. Write for prices.ete. :,
Gulf States. The object is to bring to-
his grain as a member of the elevator ST. MARY NURSERY COMPANY 12311 W. H. MANN, MaanTilte.{ Fk.WHITE :\,,
gether all those eligible on a non-parti- ,
Glen St. Mary Fla.
associations or any other shipper. TO W. O. TILOHMAN,"PA- '-
san, non.sectarianbasis that they may Fla.,and learn how to'
discussdevise and This rightful, object is provided for in Fine Nursery Stock. stock to either euKfyout
thereby operate means come sex you wish. 3-13-16 \
by which their interests "can, be best ad- the article of the constitution which For next 60 days will sell Fine Citrus Nursery k

s t vanced. It is called the United Farmersof says: "It shall be the duty of the national Stock at large discount. Send for price list. FRUIT TREES, VLR8,. cad.

America. officers to use every legitimatemeans VILA LAKH' NURSERIES, Prultltnd Park, PLANTS ft&dNUTTR &;. ,
in {to 6-s-tf: :
their bring about a
," Members must live directly] by husbandry power For Southern Orchard, Gardens .:
just and equitable of Bull Terriers for sale.
system freight rrmOROUGHBRED 2
and Groves. No ,
and have control of the marketing rates ,. a "and to use every instru- _L_ Brindle and white,one in whelp by my dog L Write for price llt, era! ':>",:

of farm products, mentality in their in Fritz i pure white eligible to registry. Ad
rectifying JENNINGS NURSSRY E8w "
power dress, R. B.BULL, BradfordTllle, F1a.s2C6. .
There are two specific things sought to the many impositions perpetrated on the 9"36-25 TbOJBuyI.R-.: .

.. be done b this society that meet our farmer in our present system of stock ;-, .
will extend offer offending few -
: approval, far we have long and often yards and stock exchange markets. FREE. Buds to my anyone sending his ad- R. Wartmann, of. Citra, Fla.., is" ;; --

advocated the measures In our columns. The head office of the association is at dress to B. H. Walker Interlachea, Fla., until in the city today on busintw. JHt ,':
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cent of the in thatvicinity :=
: : One of the articles of the constitutionsays M. Wheeler treasurer. 500,000 Pineapple Plants; from $3 per M, ninety! per groves ,-- t ,
to variety. All orders large or are being restored aad,art -Y i?
; "It shall be the duty of the Na- small given careful attention. JAMES HOLMES! : "

;. tional President, ,at the request of the Tenson Indian River,Fla. 549-12. making wonderful growth. Citra was -. .
Advisory Board to appoint committeesof Tenth Annual Meeting of the Florida once the center of the. orange rtpoa :
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one or more to wait on legislative State Horticultural Society.The I of Florida, and it bids fair to regain -

usb bodies for the purpose of securing such! \ooo< fine Orange and Pomelo Buds on 4 Sand
its former Herald. _
prestige.
stocks. want to sell in Tampa
6 year I ao/x next
.- legislation as will give our industry' addresses of Prof. Swingle and
60 days by discount. VILLA LAKE NURS1HU
,: equal rights with others., That has the Webber of the United States SubTropical IRS Fruitland Park.Fla.JH 6-y lf. Key Largo shippers of pines art.

::v right ring, and if carried out will do Laboratory at Eustis, Fla, and Prof. < A FOR A WATERMELON. You can'get surely in the market thk year. M.....

.:. much towards counteracting the lobby Rolfs of the Florida Agricultural Collegeare W 1U from 50 cents to$.0.00 for watenaeteig. Adams_Bros. sent forward fart week a

ing carried on at the I legislative halls of always of interest and importance as For fall particulars send a-cent stamp to& Of;, solid, car,, which contained 18000'Jted'.Spa
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-Three to five horse-pswar. Many of the latter weighed tea pounds
:_ 'they'will not be looked after in the good diseases and insect enemies of trees, Address WPM 179*

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Kansas City................. ...........;.5......... .....,".. ;.1.......... ...tf,....Sat rday. Hayi-i \ % $ ,
;( City of Birmingham...... ......................... ? .......... ....... Tuesday, May 4 : q11
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t La Grande Puchesae.................;... V."." .............'': .t. .,.......Thursday, May 6 ,i or
s Tallahassee............ .... ........... ........................ ....;.............Saturday May 8
j.- Kannaft City.... ... .......,.............: ;r;............... .'... ,,....... .....T esday, Ma> 'it \ Yf
City of Birmingham...... .......... ....;.;.,.....!.................. ..........Thursday, May it .
La Grande Duchesse.......'...... .... .:.:...,.,....... ..?.,?;...,.;:,........Saturday, May 18 .
--: Tallahassee......... .............................. ...'.:.r...,_....... ........TDeday May 13 11
Kansas City..... ............ ...;;......!.,.........,.... ... .....i.,.. ...Thursday, May 20 hA" l T
city:ot'Blrmln&ham..,.., ..:. ....,.. .......'!............,.,.. .......... .......i.SatUrday, May'22 : -
-- i,.,. LaGrandeDachesse............ ..... ............>,.... .. M........Tuesday, May 3.5 i :
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_ ;.. 4 G.M SORREL. ; Manager New Pier No35North River


}....... .... V; BOSTON Lewis's Td- ,Wharf-.3. 'SA V P.ANNAH.M.Chattahoochee. SAFETY! COMFORT! QUICK TIME! LOW\ RATES!: t tt

:t; .......... .. ...............+....................,....;.-'. Thursday May6Nacoochee < 0, .-.J
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Chattahoocheea.;,,......".:............;......-........ .................,....Thursday, May 20Nacoochee. Transfers ...
.,.t':. .....:......RICHARDSON......'...........&...BARNARD...... ......,..Agents.... ...,.Lewis's...... ..Wharf.... ........Thursd-* y, May 27 The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers' .: '


c PHILADELPHIA TO SAVANNAH: (Direct.) "ComaneV J. (new), "Algonquin," Jill." Iroquois," Cher ke CBe g Se IDluOiE I

Pier 18, foot Spruce Street 3 P.M. .
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City of Macbn._ ..........,......... .... ................i.'f..;<.,..........,.. ..........Monday May 15 \ .
I : ]'.-;....,! ........:. .j......... .... .........,........ .............. .... ....Saturday Mayo NORTH BOUND.. ', .
.. CltyofHaconOateClt :.h.-:.....!....!'............. ......., !..!: ..,.,,......Thursday, May 25 *' *- '';
.: .rj Gate City..::.:.. ......!!.. ..............' .,.....,........,;..:...'!'"........Tuesday May :30 Steamers are< appointed to sail according tothe tide. "'. '
City.. of Macon? !..!,. ........,1.zu.-.u...................'."!J...........,...................:.Sunday, May 30 > :. .",
't-l<.. '< .. .M. C. HAMMOND Agent, Pier 18, foot Spruce Street. Prom JACKS08YILIE, FLA.,'("calling at Charleston),.......*. .t......Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdaji.Krom ,
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La Grande'Duchesse..Sunday, May a. ;.oo am City of Blrm'gh'ni..Tuesday May 18,i.oo pm SOU'.I-fSOUND.: "
_ Tallahassee.Tuesday, May 4, 7.pm La Grande Duchesses..Friday May 21, 1000 am .. .
f t>* Kansas City .......":,....Friday May 7, lo.ooam Tanaha e,..'....;.....SuDday May 23, 10.00 am ., ', "
City of Birm'gh'm .......Sunday May 9. 10 oo am Kansas City..Tuesday May 25, 2.00 pm Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29 East River New York at 3 p.m., as follows:
La Grande Duchesse.Tuesday May 11,'3oo pm City of Birm'gh'm ...Friday.May 28, 5.00 am b :
i!;' 2.'.". Tallahassee...... "V...,.Fridag ... ...
S ". -'.Xanl8s.City"" ; .Suuday. May .7.0oam For JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling Charleston) ........._......Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

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-'- '" Nacoccbee..rhursday" May 6, ,.00 pm I Nacoochee ,.....Thursday May 20, 7.00 pmCbtttahoochee..Thursday BOSTON AND JACKSONVILLE-Direct Line, [Freight Only.] "
: ; May 13,4,00 pm I{ Chattahoochee..:.. Thursday-May 27,4 oo pm
Calling Charleston, S. C., both
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:-J SAVANNAH TO.PHILADELPHIA.
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." City of Macon,.......Wednesday Mays, 7P I Gate City.Thursday May 20, 'coo pm
,6.. teCity......!...-....;;Monday May 10.1.00 pm I City of Macon .Tuesday May 25. 2.00 pm Art appointed to sail as follows:
'".". ,City of Macon.:.:.....Saturday May 15 5.00 pm | Gate City.......- ; .....Sunday May 30. 4.00 pm rom foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville. From Lewis' Wharf Boston,
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4 ,W.$. ARNoLD.G..T. P...A.. .'.r'C.G.ANDERSON, AGENT.
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Brain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

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J: L ,4VB: \ ?-W&::Handle Duly.the Best and Host Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of Sanford. ........."..;;....,.........................:.......Mondays, and Thursdays' at 5.oo" a.m.;'. .


: : :HayrlCorn: .Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal NORTHBOUND.". ..

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< ;- p :Cotton Seed Heal Both Bright and Dark. Read 330 Down.p.m ................:........Jacksonville.-: .......... Arrive i.ooam.Up. ,; .
; Leave 8045 pm. ........;.............. ..::.Palatka.................... ....... Leave 8.00p.m.
.. u 3.00 a. 111. ..._......,............ ...-.A.tor....... t......!.._. T O,O. p.tn.r .
'8TAT. iT POk W 4-30 ao m. _...._. ......... St Frands.........:............... ..1 1.30 p. m.,; '
.. Act PURE GROUND BONE j ..........,..e............... Beresford ................."...-..... ". u.ooaoon '
Arrive 8oaa.m. .................... .... Sanford..,......._......._ '.. 9OOa.m.i,1: .
St )lIBq[ JertilimCo.: j- NITRATE: SODA, .. 9-25 L m. ..................... .... ....:. 9-30 a. m-'i', 'to;;


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/"*' : and ',Ve"BlabIB ." II:H.CLYD, Assistant Traffic Manager,5 Bowing Green,New York.
,_ .. .. ,, KAINITJ .Etc, lI'. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger: Agent,204 West Bay St,JackoaTffl, Fla .
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'f ture1''' was of, ists of Florida. :Mr.: Meid's place is a tion. Tbis'was to some xtent true bat

< '. Florida veritable botanical gardejr,,,containing the past, two years' reports show 4fct *. / _.n
lemons it plants and trees ,both useful and orna- more attention has been paid toother ; ;-
vestigations : : mental from all parts of the world. The branches,and it now is a:Society to ,ad--

years. I freezes of two' years ago played. havoc vane the horticulturaljntereeta J of gw>w- -
Walter with many of Mr. Mead's rarest speci- era of all kinds and no grower.need keep!' .
'- r } best paper on mens, but most of them seem,to be, recovering out of it for fear that hlsspecial line: will.

presented to ; rapidly.It be neglected.-Southern Ku'rali. ,&.; _', .
and the is the home of an orchid enthusiastand 2# .. ,> -.' :',':-:-
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has not been branch of floriculture show Mr. Mead's :5
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by.growers is a half hour at Rollins; College at Winter ,' ; If'; ;;: ,
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: know how" the .iafarming. _t-;;
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girl 1 should bear. i: ; -
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< -:' I Is capable of of students is rapidly increasing. :... --:w..reqnes41y paid. ;'-lortUe P'liesf.. r' ; :.- ",
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astounding citrus fruits was as interesting as
--- could &. and was participated in by the promtnmtj .,:If these re ow prime or> 6 of : _;:
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