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UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00136
 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: July 10, 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: UF00055765:00136
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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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<: !; and their families too bare spirit,- 'a' well filled mind, an alert
Every scant I have little.patience with brain, and a love and respect for the
i5r :advice to farmers to work harder.) farm that will securest it alLot one's
> ; t.'" -V ,. : y,work.too bard::no,,-with,their! energy,and:knowledge_ : in 'productionat

of Farmers, areindustrious..' the least cost consistent with the
I 'and their' families work hard. best quality. John MStahlin Country -
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-' work:differently-cmploy thej best Bummer:Tiotabldsa
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3..' :;;. ':.Lk- d cost and of the'best quality. .
many to those;who are careless.. ,Lice
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: -;ti the UNITED STATES as.producing the FIN as ; area possession, and destroy raany
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MARKET,- fowls for which some imaginary disease
.Qf'T: predace,Fine.Fruit you must have : ; 1, arter of a: century ago,nails;,glass, is biased., Warm;stagnant Snaking

; sheeting, .carpets,, coal, oil, water/:close houses, a&d Mthy!
4 FI N. E. PLA, steel l 'rails; .ett.i' hive! declined coops l have 'worked hard again
.1o-r: : hare for: sale more Fancy Plants ,than:any more-sotye' 'far more-than careless man'wKo.is''continuity} hop
farm products., The decline ;in ;
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:repatetionS; 30NB TO NONE. ing :> goOd
4 ;Purchase your plants,from the PIONEER GROWER' rails, that,. in 1827, 'when ,first luck"hewill say, ..as he tries to look a l '
that plants are absolutely ; duced in this country sold for .
.-get GUARANTEE your ahem: The wise,hardworking, push
b .: Price List now: ready.' WRITE AT ONCE., !) currency,: $i3S' gold,.per ton, wbrkingma'n don't!;kJ5t'rolllCk.
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fJr:11S"O''U: : ;t' 'h'e. York toless'; l than one.fifth of so Jow hat,,there is not much!in it,\the
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.has permitted manufacturers: and to throw'open :the: gates and;:let,'the
( operators and others to make a flocks shift for themselves.. While this
*l[when[the*:prices* of tleirproduct! range-has* :;.itefinues* i it lewwis l ilp.tto
.k f ; : 'declincQ:to such ain'exteat?t In make tglanel4| led'1ie/"ill
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'.- :..._- zawd.PVLLXAi DBAWXV9 ZOOM labor'has contributed' the poultry need, and .will.not notice disorder
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:t I' eLN A NTH, 'EAST AND ii'l 'been and eager methods.'to'discover Manufacturers'and.av il /The if summer the pbultryman*trotibles;will can'nbt be overcome lose

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TWO DAILY TlWNsBBTWfIN. FLORIDA growing: must weUvcarcd for
the quality of products. They lest wheH fall"and 'early winter are

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,.CT < ,. .ONLY,27_ SOURS : sharp decline in the prices of their poultry like ,the' weeds to plants.

,Now, the farmer must, do, Keep them down, and nurse and cultivate
: 'f NITrIM1. M.".. III; J.. ied I of Latact baprvrtd Pullman same thing.. He can not afford I your crap.-American'Poultry''
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leC thfoofh without chant to Wut .
lag the least behind the van of dis
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.- and invention.. To' seize) the '. .
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1i;,*,: CtedaaatJ, via good agricultural paper is.t}cheap\ the,pullets. Vi>Vhen J Uw,chkli* are pro,
, ,11!, j f' ? and best source of .;reliable, prac days oldtake).a pair: of scisfors, sad
t + LAND OP THB SKY. ur=to-date. :information. of the; snip off,their wing on one side at the
; ; t: methods 'machines 'breeds and first joint so as.eo. remove all flight
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.. JWLWA"Of eJmluth... open to;tjie farmer. It .is a feathers, 'and.they will never bother
;# 'fanners'institute, wherein all you by flying'and/ !tbel kept with a,
.L1 !ei '.p.. .'l'West! Bey,. papers are : ,best qualified l two- and.one-hall foot fence. This

.LUL.. \ I W. A.'TIRI-' ; treat the subjects. discussed,,:well t mott.be done at, night: by lamplight,
B ea.Pu-1 down; it is a ready: record of so that the other chicks.will, sot ,pick
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.x ,; On W dnesd yover'3oo"e1s, of Nearly all : advertising columns fully as j&uch' noticeable and.m, the 'future, .
'jjars=were.-ahipuedby_ steamer,May ing and .: in the reading columns;. it ..t tells*the Legboms are BO more trouble than
.. *,'Gamet'from tats:pkririt. This Was ; !supply and demand and !Jany Braluaa&. ,Legkoros ca# be' sit
.. o&Jp one day's, shipment by) one line. Maiird by tttendbg fm r.et; : 1 ia'pens'of Js to o'fe u : ,
The-crop and has been ; clubs to :w \Iir: :r.
"wad large three weeks : grange..l fermm aad agri according ,. s ''
,roves, :rapidly; Prices .are' not .sot fairs; and discussing' with best capon are.die from{aey ;( the
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> Pinery.I, ,.you,should,get Certainly 75.pe bring double'the price per crate thai .
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Y :,. heavy,!nor"as:quick to start., but with] do. The chances are for 250 to 3o ,How' Fungous.Diseases Spread.

,PfaiMpplM.. '. -Tacsa, Tor. ft KovW enough fertilizer,'I believe. the Port crates, but much depends on, season,, w

aeNotPatm.. ..,- aMlkeir4ror. r sMtrI Rico can be'made to bear 60 per cent, and other chances.' A lecture on the" spread of parasitic
-' every year, probably more. This i is This would be my plan,I for making
in delivered
with
; trouble ;you some: diseases among plants was
: withoutirrigation or.cover. pineapples bring in a living on $5.000.
qu is .in:'reference. to pineapples? should; consider it about as safe a capital, and I am quite confident that'1 I' before the Massachusetts, Horticultural
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Since'loeiag .a ,nice grove 'in the bifeeze sort;of business'as a m'an"could find in could do it'by' giving my,tune and labor Society, ;March 27th, by Dr. ErwinF.

.'two yean..ago I.hive .had pine the United. States to make,.a living to.it But'from mistakes! in many Smith;' of the United States Department

ifi.,mmd as being somewhat lea from: with $5,000 capital, to start in of these little details the new grower of Agriculture.' In substance
and equally as.pfofcuble.ifycHir pineapple cultures But he ought to, is most.likely to fail to obtain'maximum 'his remarks were:

; department pf' .the, .EAXMEJ have'. some experience, .or. be verbshrewd .results. 'Usually 'the fault lies I shall for the most,part,neglect the
D FRUIT,GRowiRjsome> age i in his judgment and discrimination in want of fertilizer. You can grow wellknown.dissemination'of. 'parasitesby
_yod':sbUed'that! ye*Fie inclined tc in trusting"tnen who, give him a crop of good pines on ordinary land 'wind'and water,'and deal 1 'chiefly

: the ,belief that the Porto Rico ''wal advice.-! .-' I'feeI confident. that were I which will run 30 to 36 to the crate with the methods which are to a lUg

pf datable.:to. 't. the.fancyf. ;.varieties. ;:,.of to; undertake to:: .make a living; with'!) with-$40 or .$so of fertilizer, and'01 er extent,within\ ,:our control. Farmers.
'' ,s _.. ... find better land with$ but a field fruit growers, florists and, market_gar
:w. hick doh a J'H illl M.l', e. $5,000/1; :' could} not : ,or: extra good c5*
De you'itill hold ibatyiew-tAi, 't! safer j road!than pineapple, culture.} I {fruiting .the same percentage will yield deners are not infrequently responsible .
what price do Porto Rico suckers sell will:tell you'whatI would do. Firs twice as many crates of 18" 'as it will 'for the spread of diseases. Thereare

and etxhnt Mice do,Porto'Rico ,,slipiNi would' lay aside enough of the j 36 and each crate ,will bet worth fully now so many who'grow crops'for'
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?r4 Do lucken'fmit (as claimed) it money to'keep'myself and family fo: twice, as much, as the,, freight. is no market, and the profits : are so small

'12:1IODta.i! If 0. would you not three years!, build my house, eU. more on one than the other.I that even the most experienced must
:prefer to plant:* suckers l if i *,:' thereby*' :Then; with\ Jne .balance.I ,would purchase might put in 500 or 1,000 Porte stop every leak in his expenses. There-
save a years'time?} You in your some land.situated with eithe Ricos to give me a start: but if l]I fore the avoidance of parasitic diseases

9 art&c t,that the Porto Rico is not quite water protection on the northwest, or sought sure money, this would be my is most important.Most .

,so'prolific,as some of the fancy' varies, on top of a high ridge, with no hollows plan. Then.in case another blizzard diseases which prevail extensively
tie/ About;what proportion does the The'land should have a yellow or 01- like that of '95 visited us' the second and are known as "catching"diseases

';, 'Porto,Rico.fruit Would you'coosidf tinge subsoil 'within eighteen,inche;: winter, would be prepared with my are due to parasites. These
it it sale undertaking, for.:one,with of the.surface.and should have a good reserve to wait a'.year, when I would plant parasites are, plants or animals
-.J :say goes to tackle pineapple'culture growth" 'of' .timber :as such lands go,, get my crop assure as fate. Supposing .. which have in,some way lodged on or
for a:Hviog and a profit? '. preferably: ;plenty' of hickory. Of .the. blizzard did not come the< gained .an entrance into; the "host
1.If.yet 'have,leisure,and?, inclMatiooI course' in selecting,' one cannot get cashreserve: would come in nicely for plant" and ,there multiply tJ its detri'

',' -. appreciate, such:information everything'onewants made to order, packinghouse, or something, or,ready ment. Many of these organisms are
-;as you' may be!pleased>to, favor me but I should stick'-to the points in order cash to clear more land, while. 'I was exceedingly small, so as to be over-

:'W 1:ti '. i' Y" : named.. First, location; second,, waiting'for returns to come in. (They looked, are well provided with means

ryM <#, 4 J.,H.Lowsviic .. D. timber locations;. third, sub-soil. Alight are sometimes slow.) ot reproduction. We speak, of saprophytes
l .., Ky. growth:/hickory; wit. 'proper' J.B.B. and parasites, the former be

'. "t.' /1, 1... :....._., ''. ; sub-soil ,is. better than heavy, spruce* >. ing fungi which derive their nourish-
s lam: still of ,the: ,opinion that.the pine timber,.with.oak etc., and white 'Root Vitality.In ment from dead and decaying substances

Perto.Rieo,:!becaase: th .Very:.largest subsoil And there is some,land watching the condition and progress and the latter nourished, atthe

'piaeapple .grown, will,Always hold a which has the,'proper,. sub-soil, ,which that expense of other living organisms.The .
of the plantations
place ia.the market,;which.is not like- has .only yellow, pine:timber upon it. pineapple most of this address will be devoted -
1 Iv to,be' reached;,by":any ,other fruit i Then think could get suited at,$25 were set out in 1892, we observed thai to showing how certain parasites
: Cayea&ef and Abakkas may I Come per:acre, but might have to pay $50 their vitality 'seemed 'to be impaired succeed in getting from one plant to

; next; but rise seems: ,to be the prime Would,do so if.necessary. Such land by, the'big freeze to extent that we another. It is commonly assumed
test ofzluein.the i pineapple markets is would want would cost $50 per could not- understand. The older that their reproductive bodies, floating

,61 this country, and.the.Porto'Rico'i is acre to grub,, though.. .I have been through the' air, lodge on the
seemed unable to
c oedispated monarch ,in:'this respect ible this year J.toJ+ reduce thecost: by plantings recover, plants; but I am inclined to believe
Aft fency:plants have(&lltovery much aver half,. by*Hiring heavy team and while the few tracts set out in 1894 that often the chief danger of infectionlies
thegfeatly.kcreased pW .which badly affected. This in other directions, for reaso&f
in .price 1" -'crop I,of plants,,I and cutJ all the,roots after the saw palmet- seemed to,prevail through the,sand which I will now explain.

a* 'also::1 \to, Jhe., fact. .that :the special to'; has been removed, and leaves mere hill section and we feared it was local x .SPREAD. INSECTS.,
w market";are. :more;' than supplied, ly the stumps to ,be. grubbed out. .
climatic conditions that did not seem and
.and, now, ,that we have had: to'.put This is I the only plow I have seenn Thegnawings, borings pu&c-
this:',fruit' ;on': 'the general markets : the. State and it has 'a very sharp -according to newspaper reportstoexist :ures ot insects, though often, injurous -

09 ,ks, merits;, we.'do. not find: that coulter, in fact is really little but coul- on the east coast, .are by no means the whole of
= ,the publscvslue&fivepaundCayenne: ''ter, with only enough else to steady it. But a recent visit as' far south as he injury which they do. Pear
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l&fbtr tHan 'a five pound Red Spanish, ; should .want'to plant:in June, or as Fort. Lauderdale, and conversations light: It has been discovered, that

'cc while we .are .valuing 1 the plants;at early as-I could get large plants, and pith some of the pineapple growers, he germs of this disease were carried.
Vn- convinced that the 'result followed in the mouth part of bees, which had
fifty to event) times as: much :up;to would I :want them all culled so as to same
Rico slips are sold at throw away ,.75' per cent of what the freeze there as it did in our visited blighted pear blossoms' ; that

: 'aeket'priceof $.io period. This ;rew.oft the field, and so secure the section,'only the growers there, who he bees passed from such flower to

year wickers sure rather.scarce; and sell ,-cry finest, most vigorous,'start,- ,and ire mainly residents, made new 'plan icalthy'ones ; .and that subsequently;
at ottbie. tW price. But, I should pay$5.per,1000'if necessary to secure rations instead of endeavoring, as we he blight appeared the latter It
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,cry_ aercr' ;advise anybody to hem,rather,,\than $2.soJor the.run of lid, to resuscitate the old.ones. vas also shown that flowers covered
;w jst Porte Rico wckers,- if he could be;;field., ,It.is.not always the ,long- We know of :one instance where a nth mosquito net remained free from
'get good slips: at iulf the18O e1.'-The lit slip which is the best, but the one hirty-six: acre plantation, that was in >light, while the unprotected ,insect-,

weksr.-rrillnotprociea.? &s large an with the heaviest butt, If.I'could: not, fine,condition in 1893, had dwindled visIted ones, blighted freely. Appar,*
w in 'would 'rather, town to ten acres. Ot course the big ntly; pear blight isdominated oily
,apple at ore. year,; as,::the fllpWill at plant, June, ;plant as
; insect
of visits.
T two:,years, aad.tkta ;the. s cker:will He;:as .September than wait a whole sop coming this year ,on the east trough" the, agency <:
past is from the ,new plantings of The[[ organism exudes from the tree m
pike...good a ftWat rl8ture: bear ear, till next June, but would make
i4 is',-:1I'.L'wm: Uft;,'slip.or crown.' .SackerywiUr e very, effort to plant the,largest,finest [, the, set outafter the freeze. Many the form of small sticky, or gamy
the
all
a larger or ssMlkr, perceaUge.ofA lasts-to,be had,--and..just as early as of old 'tyacts were abandoned or lasses, and probably spring
,{ 'v :' ;fnat.within twelve. months from ossible.. Then I would, in figuring he plants, as they came up strugglingor outbreaks. of pear blight ;start horn.
( existence, were ,taken, off hem as a result of insect visits, and
.thetime off pUntiag. Everthlog.de- pw many acres J could plant,'-'allow a new
".. :,how_ you, .reJor them; ';150.per acre for fertilizer for the first :then. they reached suitable size and not. from''the. soil-, Bacterial ,wilt it oL;
: Thisjudiciously applied rtaated'oa,other land.. We feel Impelled :cucumber_ mesk-melons ,pufflpjuas
the.NSSOaand_ the> ,age,of the .sackerwkea two.years. ; i ;
will,with to the coaciHiou.that. had this and squashes: This isdue.to.aidcky-
tet ;The:hint; IHIt be said of aidof, the;right sort,- proper '
fee and culture .a been_dose more generally:: our: section white micro-organism which _fife, ike.
pretiioMtt:ef.Uie;Porto, Rica I .M! : secure you crop '
'... se :9S. perrCtBt, : ..a, ,first i ia a j rliick would certainly bring. you'son,' better: ,results would have fol water ducts of the pests acrid cmi;. *

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,a ,cucuBftbcr'beetle and by squash ''bugs. case where a: planter in, South Caro Many diseases p criment stations' of :the various states
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bulbs
'Tfe.JMccts j carry' the;.virulent sticky lina''lost'nearly hiswnol this :but.the are working' hard and earnestly
by
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crop .most. manner_of distribution
ge;" 'on..their, beaks :and. deposit dSease>tlie.plan 15 ,being:more.severe, is,.through the medium of irresponsible help the .farmers in every possible..way.bfinstructing '

.them'ia.the: flext:;-plant bitten. Bacterial jattacked in the, ,,place which had nurserymen. In:.this them along,the diifeT-
Wayall-s6rts: ; :,of
F .brown rot.of the potato, tomato been most carefully'manured., In or fungi and insect. : ent:lines o.cr growing, improving' r

.and egg plant) f 'The ,Department of der: to have.:a fine crop, ',the planter one end of the.pests:country are: spread to./another from., their iUzers soil, telling:the best kind oiCer--i--.
Agriculture recently, published a had raked stubble from to use, and-in 'every pos&iblel r
.the whole The San scale.
Jose has':been d ltrib-
,bulletin cm this subject.', Insects feed farm, "including' refuse. from the,:last used:. .in this ;way.-GreeQ' Fruit. way trving to5\help them. lwas,ytey

,on:the diseased,plants that are swarming year's melon 'field where there had Grower.. much impressed-with.this latelywhile

,with',the parasites,'and go to other been"some.disease. :and'madeja: compost ...... I II I oa"a visit?to the North Carolina Ex- *

'plinti.'which are..bitten and, subsequently :heap l in his barnyardV'"He: ,had perimental Farm. at Southern Pines in'
become diseased. The disease unwittingly made an.unmense.culture BalUFertility i.; :thai'State.. Their' mode of procedure

'may be known('by,the'sudden! \wilt; 'of bed of his manure''pile, and when. the Editor To Parma and I+iafiGrowera an that farm is to give!an objects -lssson -
the maintain and':increase: the ..fertilityOC to the farmers of-the
foliAge, the stems becoming brown infected manure, was.:putunder: his : state of what .
his
'intent 'and .soil-ouglit to be. the aimand Can be done-by and
illy judicious
shriveling. melon. hills the most disastrous systeisatic -
., results
;f'" ..,. 1\ object of every progressive farmer '
fertilizing: The land ': that
followed.: on
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.. St'R8A1),"BY SNAILS. ANDSLUGS'irhe ((2.) Smut diseases, : Some fruit grower, and.:trucker in the I nd,1an'd farfriis of.the '
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of the slnutdise: ses'are well known : fpoorest qflalijly ;(at least,
to '
:damage done:by these_animals be'transmissible through fresh manure the.best way..1'0'; do:.this' must be bwas. so in: its. .virgin state)jut:the, .

as-carrier fit diseases, greatertban. arid this should never,be,used" governed by the manyurfoiuidings manipulation of the Various' co'mbina- "
jiclds
the jejunes'they,induce on circumstances: .of':.every.individuals Lions ,of '
by feeding. I of.cereals, (3.) Other diseases Cucumbers nitrogen; phosphoTic"; acid,
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shallnfflrTto: : ::a.few ;casestpnly. ;((1.) turnips and other\ plants have ,owner; It has been'said, agriculture ind potash. ,,;to.suit.the,,:crops or! fruit

Wagner's experiments with snails:'" A become. diseased in. this' and 'i it is ,a; science as well asp'aifart. brees (as the'might t. .be) coaclu! velj; -
way, The science ..
German/the, name",of Wagner exp should be remembered that manure part of it1Hei! in th I ; 'Jiltlcvscieftce5 is .
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riHjentedwith! :downy .and.powdemildews ry should at least-bekept- free from the knowledge the.whyAnd;: the-wher e eappliedZoagriculture, ,the: fewltfi.ureMtonishing '
ascomycetous' and rust fore of'plant:growth; T iEie'art-part; ol :'nhia .
fungi : t rubbish' of plants-that: have been' dis ;; expwimental ftnrf1
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fungi;;: Snails :were: 'transferred from eased. it!consistsJn the knoi'vhowto',cultivate work: ::shows..:..conclusively>what>have

diseased' tn.heathv. .. or-..olants' :,and' 0'the_ latter ".- 'SPREAD BY JHE'JSOIL,.. the., ,soil and get the most. "out of;i it all along:adgocated that.rthe' 'faraifegi .
.! to' the bestJ
became infected. ; ad vantage and:least expense.butat class does) '
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: They were fed j ..;r ; not 'lise::near-'erioffgh of
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various ;zparssiticfungi: and asubsequeflt ;Certam parasiticdlseases;: live ,and the same time'maintain IWt *h salts, in, theirfrarif ssna'nrw ;: .,

;examination of'-the "excretashiwetl multiply) ;in. the soil -as saprophytes, ing and even improving the fertility'of t OM.' It is a-curiou-a .that:ail OWC'

./that the;, pores of these:;fungi ready when oppbrtuntty offers fo'be? the"soil.in hand One 'often:wonders fertilizer manufactures that; pretead-.ld- ; -
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f pried through'the. 'animals uninjured come parasites. These fungi get from. why'agriculture, u'a; science is'progressing cater to the farmer's wants:'&>#/w/'usejcaough '

and'inVcoadiuon! i ,to,germinate.(2.( .) field.to field,' sometimes i by, irrigation I so slowly, .but
:Mr.;Galbrakfa l ,-an ;Englishman,,living" or'by floods; sometimes<<: by' the,plow,I knowledge of 'other_ sciences 'which properly'balanced ration'ia the way ell .
ia'SeycbeU\ Islands has ', ; seems ,a' side issue ''for-the' : :farmer, is plantfood.- ':. ; .
found o r. .t.tooOnion smut, potato 'scab, I < 'r ..
sttailf krycly_respofisible for a disease e tc.,'are:examples of :these:.soil; parasites to blame for:this; the" most 'oCf'theseside Take, :the> analysM of 'almost any? .

of:thevilla': prevalent in: those: isl- .' J shall mention particularly matters, are of.recent';origin,.so to; crop on'the farta''and'the ratio of..thi .

.'a(3.: ( .)..The 'bacterialblownoca : '"rot only:pae type,,the 'Fusoriuro(:diseases speak. Take the chemical 1 science pknt aah of-phosphoric and 'pofeoh# *

bage:' This'blackens: the-plantscawes .,- of-Aevllaitea StoteS. ,1:now..know of for instance, and:.until' a!' few years isras" one- -to three.> The fertiliserI a4.ufecturer' .!.

tbe'teavato_ falloff,;!.and prevents : eight cultivated plant(subject to them.: ago it was never. ;considered' ,as having exactly 'revue: : .tfew; 'ao4*

.. >- the'ormttIOtfoJl1ea.:. ; tI.;have In all the:trouble.is due 10 a,parasiticcloggingTof anything. at all.to:do:with farming:'anc i makes, the other :'way :as a gefHfal l;* _

,loud that the crimmoi, 'greenhouseslag :: : the 'Water ,ducts., The vet it is the 'most :powerful factor f rule, that=is, ;three &f' phosphoric ci4"4 ',
; disseminates .the- known as"a' help.to agriculture in enabling to one:'of. .On :" .
potash
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have
-:microorganismtowhich plants;J: : found so f affected ;are farm abet: :J -
'this is due :and inSec lie farmer:.to know the:varioss mualquamity of has' ='
;' tS also cotton,.cow pea,wateisaelon, cabbage, selectsof potash evenhit '

"." profe. bl> carry the. ',dise. se..MANURE,.: potato,,tomato;sweet potato'and pine?. various, combtnatkmiof plaIt doubled'in[iBaDy cases' and'alwtyt.ie) ,-
''' food the "
1! --. j apple; ,:Th tcause: ot"'tbe; troable,is cm respective ;crops.underconsideration. an.ad-J..e' ?- ,Here,''then, }k Ac sevcret '

J. p !!.JI' .l. ,\tPILE, too frequent" growing of,the.same If Te Tare to bye. ucce5f .of Tna fttait ing.tleefectiii1 eAe; :. }

\.Bftraytrd'mu imJa1ways'contaiMa on one,piectof ground. ,.-qd, the;'crp bestremedy !l in. any l line'r of:b sii e.'wemu* s<>il/using the proper. kind. of ferti) *eiii :__-'
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it
:.g.; ms',. 'most:_ofwkkk ;is a.tvide.rotabon., stttdy thoroughly. > tha;feoMs' a* true and'rotating-.the cref>5 ia l icli;awif'thM ; ',,:: < '

are: .h lessto'plants;:. But of agricukaral: pflfiuiis M 'of any other --when'a CQP'i.!harvested;it Wvw'!". -' '" I

s0etes'1'res'of;parasites.,get in SPREADBY. : :OTHER.,;;- idEA'>. .. ... bmest:' Farmers are' far toe'conservative the soil, richer thalaa'when" it_ gC4k.- .
: _.;th dd f ;: J1d.lIow'to take hold of This c 'a'wide '. :_ '.,
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br.beddi&g and_oftenw 'Disease is'also any subject.and ;dwWvw:} ,
: o+ :: spread by; eny: new -ideas.,' heace \tfee -rMSOfl.:of- the tetM entat' the:'.hawk "of!: .- t
o"( 1.or, :rottiag vegetable. of,. seeds:, 'bud5rtab;; ( aW r-..it! .
; is; cuttisgs 'aad hard '
tom the tijaes,the most :of tbm ,,are,ex ilta1fl.M tmt
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oa pile}: i(is), The.wattt''Pttiatd aursery stocky' In oats' < the; keynote.okfli{ st
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( \ ,ftIie. :a:;)direct lertiliier, but it'actiiwtyby.absorbiiig aslcasa'c! sent,foc yearsthe_quality I .
I.'!" .w':a'IHUiil. ..;c;;'; : ,thetapphddl ot fruit which ralo8C'-Pis' saleable =for I l uaowict I Used in Florida for 13 'Years.7 k
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:: 'tJ Htmiucl! sbeesa' atbsethaitrely, ? gIood( ; It 'must :be: "
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) ,ee ed to :t a sponge,;holding,th'ffood'untlitfialithe : .Jf .... ,! H. B. UIAESH, General Agent; --

cSiry' .... Once"more :however;let me say ii ;; '
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'<: .crop fbn; .:the land. ;AD rApt i ffi iiee'sendirig'1 ithii g' 'but Jiisfh :
drawback to the motility of the 't ::1 t rfr' uit"t ked'ih i he :mOs i r ""'MP1s""t10f"-; jj. ._ 'w Sold by many merchahts.HAMMOND'S : ,

''tia'thatthe! farmer. ;is, ai.irtde} rDafiner._, ;. ,lIt', ., rc'uir'es,, ,.' and must ., MAKES, 100 SLUG. 'SHOT WORKS} -
tf Jtisgy.in! the. 'use. i or fertilizers; Un.r: / FISHKIU-CMHIDSef,BEW YQfk.veryumall .
3 ti ey also.' too-near' theitbenil J l S11 w&uld'sky-'Neat) ; .

"jgqf nat:""gxudy'f; _ornhe".. '-packing6ft, 'profC1aiiastthe'q J
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r the 'bestr8M11i; $ ttality., i' trees: of tamarind, avocado 'Tobacco. ..
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JJUzilf. applied'moy.hs 3T>ie' Sic Iiau Iiowabow to pack; pear i an'd casfiew.nut. What few rop'. . .
f- .- LpIant1ng.r ie- .J J but 'often makes 'his- 'lerna --case 'reindfoHe cal plants-we,_had the,cold'ol 1894 of :-- -<

er vi need not* be'afraid' ofii mi s .of pan; i old'bb<6f 'yalfehtines course wiped:! out',,'due'to''the'fact' that Tobacco Operation. 7'

1 in 'Ac & ritiwoii'tfdo aidi'ginerbieaid > borders'and/Jiwdrypictures they/were small. The operations. Pedro; Valdes !
.1MI. f i W eaiis1am;tending to .throw The selection' :"of this location' was are proceeding with. and dis-
b e ready V -for J>a.si *eSWiieD': ir suspicion, 'on1 the, .. _entice. made by L.:C.. ,v sli uniand :will ever' accuracy ,
.. ; In the field
-t v. _- LOPaota'llxjat'ine -- : patch. Monday, "eob. ,
( of: stand honuinent5toyhis'folly.! The
-called: .;All farmers:;.s 'stud r. a_ .
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;'III.'tfor.t'. '""#lioroughly, ;. ,, ,,.. .ereibr ) Myerstton. Sub'SW': .selection, was very unfortunate,. as it served the operation of'cutting; These ,38-1
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t, iectheirvatronlaws' )' .",--' -"-"' ._ gives t fv siiofS.the impression that.it Cubanshaving cut the stalk in sevtral }|
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' .Th e.i..' .. -'_that_ _. #: ieg itl ia-F tcsupplY" Bflftor Pinner an ,5A .: j lid hiscoatrb I saw.in jour:',J issue tQ( June 26th; No doubt this accounts for' the vigor begin to pick them up, keeping the
: -"' ,loons' 'essential Lsc:washburn'sarticleon the MyersSubstation : ous defense accorded by the venerable i top sections together, the second "sections -
to'a fertile- soil'are certainly at.. In behalf( ofthe.Statlon.l.wYl doctor., 'There:were fine tracts of ,together and so.on. They gather

his"command, and it is his duty to !! sa itb: Pres.O.., Clute's yearly; laJ d"ofTere'' when'this'Station, ,was located these sections, spreading them out
'avail himself 'of them,.by a judiciouVand report r is.fullyras, ; authentic i as ;L..CJ.Washburn's but ,:Mr.. Washburn: defused on the,l left arm as on a pole. Notic-:
': liberal; .'o'f what a. bountiful ; vaporings. The "land ,at, themndtookthis_ : location direct ing the phenomenal amount of tobacco -
: '' ,Ifas tdt: Ofd!M aneiantthedhi this Stationis, :,is_a (dead sand, or what-is opposition'jtotiie: wishes of the people which one man carried, ,we counted -

.. 'l. fih, -- : ,ee I. termed, "sandsoak; :{ and_ 'many cropscannot of.Lee county. There'are'. : thousandsof the sections and found he considered
": ;tho3sandyeacs; 'ago when he.gave_utteraBceto ,be grown even: :with! ..fertilizeat acres: Jf good:productive land. 'in a good armful to be sections. {
the p fcttTiyit;'runs thus: the late oftwo: : Jons to, the acre.. this county, 'and the Station might A number of poles are: spread out
N"There is that jMittSeth and jet incrcaseth -; On_ this. ,.character. of soil stable, ..manure, haveibeeh! the'pride.of '.the'people'insteidbf across .carpenter's horses and these"
: ,.'aad f tb re'ffe i tatwith hold. gives',the< best' resilts.t: The- l land is : wjiav'lt'is1: but for the obstinacy i. armfuls are transferred to ''the, poles

:eth more .tKfeii : eetJ I, l ,but it tendetHto under laid 1 with Jl ard-pan, a.varying: !! : of.thw/same:: } / L. Washburn.. and,the poles when full are carried to
poverty.11" depth!tJr from eighteen to .thirty-six, '. I wouldlike seeLee, county stand the barn. ,Here they,are' alternately:
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,Tbie W tptM today J Jtisi. ;. inches..4Duringthe. ; rainy season, In, in the (rontYankifiili.her sister' : counties moved' out. in the sun and back again
as well. a* it ever.C1td"lf"Dot: more:so.;: spite; :ofthe.fact; that, we.have: overr ,:and Florida' 'l lead'' the, sisterhoodof ? until. in a condition to put. in place
* !> "" -(1 -a:,iC.sRttlcuaxxli, .'r thtef: thousand .yards of ,ditches on States; burl afo; thankful that my permanently_until 'pole dried." It
t 4' D cFuniak Sptings.Fla.; twenty acres;the soil? becomes: ,at.timessaturated patriotism"is 'nptibpunded by the narrow seems that about the same.difficulty
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'. onfines.f, a county or Stat .. I.
> -- with<,water: and remains so experienced l in. picking tobacco at
.:; >--r, Stflt to Or... *eCro rnie1. for,days. All!plants! 'and,.trees-are seton belteyejn' ) ,America' as" a whole'and the right time ,as 'cucumbers and,to

writer r -AUitra1ia paps,. mound'or, ridges,;;but ,to no purpose. that there is'nothing' too good ffor her.. matoes.; All .of.them when ripe in the
Gaddr'aan'd T dd me ahone a' fact ._K,,14 3 soonas)the_ loots penetrate If 'this: 'had,been; ;a/strictly personal exact sense of the word arc, coarse,
: -of>his,o ftatfgp ;hichmaygiveour: to-any depth most plants and!trees,die;' matter:.1.would.
4% -,Orap &gas ahisof a1ue., some, 'of,course J.can, stand- It., .of the;"Station'and_ : the College ; so' the, tobacco leaf when>.'just

s .Ii. '' ,A&in the.Mediterranean 'n in 'N o.' ,jEyen;jreerof? .the ..same. variety are managemeht.rwrite.. fully matured is ready for the,k&ife."
w vet e r.J'\Ut1..t''n'...aDu .>ecember,?,whto' V citrusa I affected;,difierently. One.will apparently : ,. W.' !A. ,MARSH. Like Tennyson's book,. the tobacco

..u','!.. o cosz"" ';he-Wiit' ""andH do well, and'perhapstwentyfeet ,Fort, Myers" J.' Jla.. t.. fields seem to go on forever. *Many ,
H ... .y trY ,. oT 1 11 e; away.another! of;;the.same,variety will ... .. : of the stalks are left in cutting because
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t' I was.p* wulplystrucjt.:Jrt thc.high sicken
k estimation in which. .cloy Hand 4 1 treatment does. any ,good, C. Stuait Bailey:while :in St.-t Augustine maturing in, about'-.three..weeks. after

fri on:. teS. hoM/wMl a Li' id that a neit er does cultivation or non-'cultivanes -, cutting; so there :c : ... ;>large,trice' is done1,*with* Prance* .aid overcome\the difficulty. ,__ on Tuesday, and*was pleased'tofindhifn until Irost. The' lift. ''vareej of. :
"- ia bei. do.ratsona, .well fast recpverihg from"the, illness fertilizers also bere..
t : i' by _a. sort pfr ::;:Piaeapples; bly On very apparent
t ?m. The' Mandaw' 'tka character: of:. soil'special preparation -.that,overtook him'at Tallahassee The Peruvian guano, spoils up 'the

.\ are' 'carefully wrapped and ,:packed. :.insmaU 1. is 8t-.vento, tholandas describedissued and prevented .him: ril'ca1Tylng hisappropriation' leaf like a. corrupted iron roof, and
-_flat.,- _boxes:about*. tiWi- abo in,1 elast! .bulletin.! by the ColEyen bill i the'State' the ,Mapes fertilizer! is con :through '
.>t;. ;._ .J ,find.t- lege' ,.Qn! attsubje .... ; in thepineapple ;Mr. '" J referable, '(if' the, two. .'.There are'
.a l plantatiofl, th.ar. .spots, Legislature.. :Bailey! "still proposes some Jfairly' H&men5e"tAves' 'these
'I-would much, like' to see the .ex;' aff'eetedbytbepo. : : son' from the hard.Wiburd to make,the:tests unider the supcrvision fields,.generally considered,in,-fact.too -

J,""iieBt trkd:of:>stfidiftg. away. J Man- U.A.... ,-_' >:. -. *- otMr.L'B.;; Wombwell,the, large; but the Cuban says,not, thin. it
a rtisle :'Au tPftluiSiiBikrly: '' ;.C.- :,says 10'in J his.articletit commissioner ::agriculture! in: theptincjparsections n.ableshi' them to secure larger wrap

4e. m Thear jwae.,to,spare far the t citrus fruits do.fairly well: ,on. this S"9.f .the State, !uponwanous .are cutfroai: the cmtskk.
: { h. Al ralia,4b t 'if, 3I 1 Uad.:! Our experiments. have demonstra4td'4j -, ,asps' rfrults: and vegetables! edges of .the.leaf.. Mr( aakp hays
t'- miiit&ble'4".iKfV.ah 'ula feel*strong: ; yood contradiction.that- : an, this.cunning)vlnter. Our representa': ,if larger leaves are proportionately'

I ly. 'tempted. to_pliet thi 15.J 1Iit.? ; oraafe grove i cannot r B made'on this tivejtook opportunityto:: :; seetheanhfreaer more valuable there' a almost BO I lit
:Those bQfilsu.".t'r.'m eh 1 land., Iniegud to thebumeiottrag, fired up and: .in working? to the size,of leaf which bail be grown.
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.' ...:1:... .the, .HB'* ical fra...':-thWashbura-:\> order:,as it:wfll l, be'on the night ,of a VakJes: was almott in :despair at fttbecause

r ;..tyJ*of-'th'et taile ut fruits; "WMCkappear ;" fee JiAd.w. ... ,_P, rhea I:,cuoteito} freezelt_ looks 1 a,workmzin-l k ,apparaiuaand with tke use :of: theflu.;

: : prohibidve(:; :in''p we: 7*k* they, .St4tk>n..,not ,oae;of' the fruits.. he : 'should. be capable! (.giving ent Spaabh.i lie,: -Wd'DQl make'thegroes ne-
..,. aaaia 1fr e. The Miss k:eidenaaclther wereever : t ; put any amount of-heat that ]maybe .uiKkrstaod-' 'wclpbC'J : -

fact iItH.1toM: : J"' "Ae rich,.. the "e.' aa yjn dicatioM, .. ', toa'. .t l, shad .,'required. ,,U of-.it-1'ituviUe; ,Advu. ed. uNe good!t_,GO! Go. ....! _$a".rMdt'f...
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49.: TEB+ ,FLORIDA ,FAK1OB. AKDki RUIT4RBIP lt. JUL ,!O,

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: .Dive 5tock.TnoRaaorbaok Strawberries on Ice.
'. F:-lM..-1 tel.Y.' ..as popular i ; Pain-Killer.: 1"
-. The celebrated; &T. Strawberry 1
': :Maay inqumeshavecome ... .. '
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; yr I. '"- enters are the uniYenal favorite of'Yle4is
-? but Y ldes'.ignorance of English'shuts No.3.Editor ', !: '" (rnrrniv. *.) '* growers;. Perfected attar:years* oteipei..'

; \, ., k = >wtsl tL_ BaitertheWall r ;waS Farmer and Trait Growen f !i i I I ASsreaad u4 II'J kIB4 am'Bemt of Ie'm-=:IPainKiller. : eace.- Give good service for good fruit.TSUBY '.:
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: 7 :.fl ,. .e i-for.it. was soon dis- I'have shown the:.unprofitableness I Is, TH0 1S,. :
': h ft'wo ofthenegroes eoaldswish Muke, lltrWL..
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-' S and ttey hardly found hog raising on range; J r
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injustice and unreasonableness'of, thepresentstock"laws. : 1'Otalaatrue! cT SIEEK1IS SEED EO Li"ttsd.'
b'. 'dSe.to. /irorit between their; ,frequentwdupers r. stat ot tA !i i. ,
: know, Now:.I will have made too tto&s or toefeajtia.: "
valuable
:afio lyaldes;: iums'pf* time for labor wasTre: something to say "on the ,system of : It b'a aiaple,'mto*ad i qnlci con for MARY T. FRbTSCHER, President,

edge.' raising'hogs in enclosed fields. Cramp, Ceva.,; BbtvBtBtlaaColic Successors to'
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.der short iniervals, between,
.; J 1;have before stated that no climate ,' &1411, .x nr lgia,' Richard'ProiJ her'l GrtTler Street Branch Store
!. andYvery: hand; :on the placestvid an"surpasi.that of fair south for DUrrheea, croup,' i "' '' ,Net Sib and 59 Crtvier St,New Orlona,r.a.
;ib; gather::information.f "Thehave our ,TWO SIZES a.sad iNw_ Importers and dealers in Flower, Field and
"' been hog breeding, and,1 may add,the year Garden Seeds. Grasses,dom, bulbs.,:seed potatoes :
,9p"n ihY8f 1 g snegroes: ) round.. Young do fairly well all W. and fruit trees in their Mason Conducted
: 'fud- .The.-Manatee* ;_countyTobac- pigs by rdaUrea of the late Richard Frotscher. Orderthrough
?:!" :'coI Cri-wia& to'be, J Obliging;; .but fit the year'round if provided for even ; pastures. Also, sweet cane, ,a mostabundaat.crop'11over end for one Richard free. Frotscher'manual of.1896' .or,
'x bea: kindergarten.- rdi ari1y. Audit is :an established :the .state, and '
aibrdito
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>> fact that Bermuda: is the best
grass ; which fatten : cattle .r '
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:Bffti4e town:Journal.a will K0gs> "- or ,
food for :pigs to begin with and .
young horses. Now, some of these aaum-
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subsist on until ready to fatten that crated varieties a man.can. have right
,,-: ., it>.:AdvIoe to Tobacco-Growers has'e'Ven'been found'in the'south. It
L from the field every day in the, year;
'
:From .a' Colored',Man, is fine soft tender succulent and :
; So no one can S y't1 t' any industrious ,
A: .typkal}.Lomsiana i ::county, Vaiwgro ., more nourishing than any other,;; because man, with all, these, advantages: .

c tobacco-raiser-' was--- -asked- t by, us it has upward of 6, per cent::'of cannot have all\ the .meat he, wants, leading dealerseyery.wliere '
:very)iateljjhow/l ::managed to beat sugar f or 6 pounds and upwards'in and_meat in abundance for the market t 4 sel1.IFERRY'S .
aU,his acigbbors making tobacco as every coo pounds 'of the grass ,
? green < thy round,. and:.that q( the best ,
) ,
always
; ytwis'evidcnced, byhis' having ', at"a; proper stage"of maturity. quality Yes,- sir, if everyman, does SEERUoatriak

1etI=thain:Li. ,prices; /on- this market. It grows luxuriantly all;, over the not have all ,he wants ,and plenty to ... i
'sHere; is the.secret in.;,his,vernacular. south, and no grass excels it in yieldon sell he is the guilty i party-too lazy th.low of time,labor tad ponndb
PI&Dtht.1Md ofunknow.Quiit
:",:;I'yam J'..does'make, I makes, de bes any of our'land, even ,to, the_ ,lightest AN OLD SOUTHERNER., i :. The mart.... fall of eti.AunUableafled& KcHr -
.deJan', fill: fotch. ,.1 .keeps puttin' sandhill variety. And by proper -> *>twm th.bwtidoa rtRtri(a 9t
_ back.de""ininuoii de' same lan'. Inaakee'dity'manuremyself care it ,can be kept in condition inmost nbBtitotft, .,..i'IRIY Seed Aaaul A CO r.,..

-.,: ( :: ., en don't: of the Southern States, and .es, : Bermuda!Qraaa for the,South. > Detroit, _lob.

.. spread but pone like some folks:does,' pecially ,in South Florida, the year Some one'has' said: "No, one can .
J">h67aiht;'never satisfied -'ceptin'\;deyallers round for'grazing, for both pigs and I say' much or tod. often ''that the .

:p&nU'more'n; day ,can ten''to.No'Bakttierhow'terbacker calves, and milch ,cows as well. '"I great need of the South is grass." ,,',' ,
: is sellin' I could, make a living here,"' said a This is true; If our'Southern farmers .I.(:

'gits' to dejtbp: price--it's allus $10 to young farmer of South Carolina* "on would try.farming the" "intensive. r,-
lil. roun1.;' "No, lab,. Iain't:: neberiaitdyin' this place if ,it;were not for ,this Bermuda plan" and only plant half of 'their "

:f boat'apreadin'! but' l life some, grass," (the farm having just farm on this plan, and devote :the, FAIRVIEW. PItChOICB

wfolks'dup 'I dun seen urn' trydat,' fallen..into ,his hand:) And he ,didmakee other half to, permanent pastures' of .. ,
end mf'f four'acres'beats. there"all de a, living, and an independent Bermuda,and'other. good grasses, and t.' t "

*) : ;_. F: DeX ftp1 ntmoie'n'doublc:' : as living, too, but, ;was heard to'say yearsafterwards keep a'good supply'of. milch cows on .'*-i .. .. '
iiitthr'gin''as mean*'moretoo. In ; "I,(don't.know how I ever this, ,we would hear less'of hard times .;. ,-
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't )W9eiricnow'how to m ke"fin-e :suncotM'terbftcker could have made living, Here without and farmers world: soon be oil :the Pineapple '::' : '
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and .I ain't,rustin! this Bermuda ,grass." ."It keeps my'I road to prosperity and 'i independence '. ,:

dat tonobodyelse'nether"No ;' _n pigs:sleek as moles," said ah old cow There is no grass that.is, better for ,;: ,- r
"' iah I 'ain't' nuvei grumble man in South Florida, who,before hesaw permanent pastures in>the South. than P1ants.-

"'boat de liiJe:yit=do,1 see'plenty'uvdefn it,tried,,was,bitter against Bermuda grass. "''It is very valuable r '
\ what'doesi an' to n't never spec' It builds, and gives a body ofhumus also, 'as a fertilizer. The growth becomes -. :POR'.ALS.. .- :,-.

'{'tb'mpTnbre'n' ; dem,four acres--sometimes ,to l land quicker than any'other 'as,dense possible for a grassto ; --l-

\a little:less den dat I ain't grass in, the :south. And all. farmers be, covering the earth to a depth Smooth, Care>>>sa II. Boos, Grown i II
.-'.D .hear nobody complain about my who.have only,a small area of soft,can of'six incheS,ari4'nderneatli remaining .
i[terUcker'yit='all s'pear to suit dem soon encloses few ,acres, and sod, it, moist in the greatest heat of sum ABBAKA g
PLANTS A .
SPECIALTY
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fhat;;buys; ifj; and dey 'want more.. and can soon-have one brood sow, of f mer droughts,thus.with,the enmeshed ,
% :Vgt'Jso akers size: dese' four, best quality o fit, with a litter of pigs,, air keeping :the soil cool, while in F. N., ,PRICE" ::;;; -
\isdot|;rich as 'when'oheitoo.South I and in less,than two years after he winter if not :196 closely grazed or : '-

mk -, plants his grass can be eating the nicest ', mowe& in autumn,:the' soil is kept P.. 0. Box 449. OBLANIX, ,'.FU.
r ;< i quality of pork. -, ,as good- stock can I warm, and 'the grass green; beneaththe .'' > .
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) : : be raised at nine or ten months of age frosted tops: '
; 7 an:a man, dote orearlier. The'soil contains'a dense networkof HOME' 'GROWN
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fJ ,of disorder? Should any inquire about other:feed fibrous roots,which, with the decaying ," --'

.J '-H c ymptom It is that)might be useful to add, to, the frosted stems' and. leaves,;fill .<;':

.. :g JII t Ldi' ('pain in the head grass;or ,pasturage, which;; of course, the earth with rich vegetable mould, Pineapple Slips
k t. ; There"have would be, needful in complete fatten.lug and thus, in a: few'years, renovate
g '" ; the of for bacon let call lands 'and the' time
hogs me attention worn-out :at same and
'ifI.J>e ( i ii'tsttnxkt and other i to the almost countless varieties catching all the debris,'prevent washing Suckers

J-\tf'- _\,. !'j, :ii 'i't' + 'of feed for hogs, which are well of soil and fill.the-gullies. I Of theFollowingVariaUee :,
>i..""H i>' 'r -' Pleasant adapted Florida soil and climate Why Bermuda so profitablefor 1 .
r li rce's: : Pellets,are agentle to ; grass .
and can be grown; much,of it, almost' grazing and hay? It is never:. tall Pl Silt! "
: ;ejective. renovator .and invigof -
., : mouth stems lI :.
w of'etomaCh liverand'bowelifey every in. the year in 'South while other, grasses have.longer ,
Or' ,' : Florida.; For, instance, Indian corn the joints are.also:longer;'and there is
._ 'as et:nature without, ,threaten- and\rye, which can be pastured in the but one leaf to each, joint, while Bermuda ABBAri C, PORTO RICO, nY1'TIAN

: Ito tear the'body piece-meaL''There. winter; and is excellent for pigs;: two 'grass"has short'.joints'with two, .QUEEN, GOLDEN QUEEN,'RwLFr

': "are"BO griping_jMuns. ,no nausea.. One varieties sorghum! bearing inch three or four leaves to' each Joiat by QUEEN, SMOOTH CAYENNE, Po.j .
isalaxative.A l .' grain.for'hogs; horses and fowls;' I kaf- which" 'it. may dtttingt'ished from j NAKiU o-AND. BED SPANKH., "

:! ': ,;book of 1,098; pages, :profusely fir corn, sweet 'potatoes, >cassava :and. other grasses.' This'abundAQt folkgs -
"\.:;.noted, written- by Dr. R. V.: arrowroot the year:'round; peas, 'pin, then accounts-for> the va f yield of}hay Apply, .to .

i'f -ciPi, ,;called'"The People's Common dare ,goobers, chufas t. watermelons i and inexhaustible gram -- G.'0.. MATTEAKS. ,, "

'. : .ItoK.< "Medical., Adviser--- .,'" will, .'be sent and a dozen different kinds of vegeta Another peculiarity'about tha gala. '1< fj "_ror'- 21;one: c1'f'stamps ,to cover bles,'many:;of which hogs will eat, and l i is:that it will grow o& sefcrly.''.all -so !
Or
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.., :2: 'e It;-"'-t..ling oily. World's n 1..1.-:." besides 'this the 'Downing raulbeny,. from dry hDls of cky-or sad to :bat- .1; e t' .

l''f"-, ( ; [alic lAseoaation,.No: 663 with'$veral'other,varieties,'which can i J'toms aebjectbo most prolofiged :tvevhog :.: HADDOCK. :. &': HATTHAM6- .,

"m i"_net::!BukoL. 'Y.,.,. all'be grown' handcoinely. in thejjjjjjjj Sow Another-. 'that $, ,WeetP&1aBeaala1I':
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'.lassieiesre, of ;theme IUn".by. WC, shave, always thought4iiat t by, when, the f cause'is reallyLlice. No iI't
'. '- ? feed. better'results were.ob-} ; only will the poultry-house be-swarming ,;
A #.iit k;ii.BOt. .wilted,' bat teaadc tohbotate ctakic ooking [ ? -,
L : ,M ao.otfeer foray- pta'caa' ; from'Use amount given; .but 'it with lice, but also,' the fencer,,

thK rkh( ,"t abuodaot;<;whotetotaclfood! seemswe were,]in_:error,- as recent ex' -. woodpiles, trees. or,wherever the hen,: .

Owe'vast: numbers:: of .Jtiimw.L1i .. perithents.repeMed i 'several times so:as may,roost, and' it is,useless to attemptto M0 Expanse,I Fir Thr, W r.

; ves ih--- .. to arrive at.definite conclusions have get rid,of lice' on'thcrhen-s: as long Tberolsaslmple little msebtae on the -
;- ... .: which can be had for f).-.with farm right to ove 11&;
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vermin have
frrj'itu1 ffid!' ; demonstrated;L'that' greater benefits as the possession ever] This tool was named "tla.ll,"but if it is called Mhvr-
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1.1."..'.,.. ...l.' .!..I;,!..",'"'.....,.,..... ..._-.:to' .'" "'... ,*'\, leer:obtained from,;raw (or dry feed location where.the'hens roost at night time ricane.I Is" nothing the wort acd will after be threshing easier. The 6ai fanner be4,bo

!L1tX .PouIti'y. than from that in a'wet or damp.state. Not'only! 'during.the.day, but through Of ran conrso bur a little the protcreMire"I-(\rkrt whtrtltIQ"and fanner will bailsteneeM not try to.

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'" ,?MM. : 'fef v.I. Ii t< p er.itrei,4:A909ka.ru.sUBtt t1 .thC animal fed on.Qri: feed,masticated the vermin,.until they become exhausted p'nt;WOYb: iviRF. FENCE CO,. Adrian.Mfci.., ,

.,.,,.f.t_....: ."." .-----..:-.-".-. -"-..;................-.-. ;its feed.more and thereby thoroughly :and, begin to droop. finally U H'TNtlSlO WE L L' MAC...

c4 t. dti' }.t ? etJkp rl noe. -iW mixed at: ,w.ith: he digestive commencing,to 'die off. The use of iiff v V. P :5> A i 1R L-! ? "' :: .

saliva ;whereas in,wet feeding the,ani remedies should be with the view of <6& S: O L i fE E N GIN' L S' .
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J I *M mal"bolted ,the feed more or less'without removing the; ;difficulty at all cost. A '.', C-1C."Q A, -, -- -

=Th'eaohoriipg' i a commpd'expene !- ,>f the Inastication ',necessary ,for First .. the poultry-house should b< ,

bc with{those using incubatori thorough digestion,so. hat'large part cleaned,-and the' fowls made to, roos H MONEY MAKER '

; but Ineyer had anything.. like. of thcf: ed.passed of.without the'ani.mal therein, and not. outside. Then the -th thrift laAutstauhenJUl boat her

it- occwrRit4' hens deriving:any benefit: from it. ,It interior ,and exterior. should be,thor and NewPoultrYCuldefer'8 how to mate OOMT torn peaJtrr7.la
;;Qa >iajrntbrp4aced. : fifteen' Light emulsion MO pape panis eolowj hart Plawff*
# ; i is also,said that.the same theory holds oughly drenched with kereosene '- poultrr hooM j ;.are remediw a&d naif**
:' Bfahmaaftd, >kveaPlymouth Rock fowls that forcing wet adding a. gill of crude carbolic for diwaMfc Bent for Uo.if JOG write ao*.
goodfrith:" by '
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S r 4 '<" 1i-* *tt ; IOU>8ACSOBM*t..Iu 81.rmm.1JL. .
-: -, ,.., .... >Tbei'onlyplaceAt ', feed into,the',crop J it fails ,to' receive acid, to every quart'' of the emulsioi '
; .bIe..I.; temperahiiewar the necessary. secretion in the crop before.adding: the water. The poin CARBONBISTJLPHIDE.

:crJ- already occupied by other sitters; before being passed onto the gizzard is'to do the work so as to save labor .

:.wl.. ., ftid to'letthem'remam; in the..'l lay.- and arrives at the grindingapparatus afterward. 'To destroy ;SOme of the, _
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1; tl.; :!!.i>Z N'.tf.; ; !- ; ; I "The best remedy In every respect tUUJlJ'
.1M IIUUK':'" shade being' nea> ,}t in'an unprepared state. At, leastso lice,and allow:them.multiply,, is tc grain insects is Si-sulphide of Carbon. It. &
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aa H r Vxceidiiigly;,warm;place. cheap, effectual and easy to apply.Ala. Ex.
>i : says a'noted authority on poultry.A ., waste time and labor. Besides, ,there Sta. Bulletin 6t. '
-1'Ball-* 'fit" it >.wc*_V-j cruelty to =animals* goadmany: poultrymen have, discarded are eggs of lice ,hatching every hour, Send for free illustrated p mpbt t. It is ,interesting -
: sett'Theypaated ,readable and will save yon money.
'to allow their, mashes: and cooked feeds. and. it is essential to kill the young EDWARD R.TAYLOR,Cleveland,Ohio.
:asd*showed i << than ico-lb.. Iota supplied 8.G. Bear
< : plainly To make Less by .
demonstrate fast <+
Perhaps the above ,experiments ones as as they appear. ing Jacksonville Pla.
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'how di ittecowfoirUbte,they were*,: ,still .the.reason why ,they believe the work '.sure, the house should be+<

their ti8dlwere'. .oa!basin4 s.:-" they' have had better results from thoroughly! drenched every day.for a THE STANDARDARIS

.t By UK," coud;wefk ittfriana.fur'ace -: whole. or :cracked:grain fed in araw week and once a week thereafter. > GREEN .

above.and/:one.Wow.,them, for state.. S. JS. D. Every,,portion ,of the interior must be DUSTER.One .

..the:*,am'fiHl-, 'beat ,was' such that it .. ., 1 saturated-nests, ;:;roosts, walls :and

J bura d:my baadf.:; :So ;;,1 ;divided:, up !Wii," Flavored to Order. floors.During' very warm.. days Ho+
tobacco
dust an acre of
man can
.wkhtwo .sioreJieas. The aist day
; ? { ; will be in swarms in three or four day
,' hours
Thomas Hendricks, a farmer in the< plants in an,hour, thereby saving
." sk Jkabaas aad four Plytnouth'Rockshta ) town 'of Lisle N.."'Y.,:'thinks he.ha: in a house that before showed.no,indicatIon and even days of tedious handpicking.Price .
: :hatched {No ; thC.egg '.were of their:presence.-Farm nd< f,5.00with; this paper one year,
pipped,.butlhe eggs; felt'.too,,, rJn ,to maHe{ :discovery: regarding' poultry fireside. $6.50. Address ,the editor, box 624,

4 ,be;without chicks! ,'"-.so',I.put.: hem:inIskewarm and egg producing. which. will prove .. Jacksonville. Fla. '
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valuable. Rocently ,Mr. Hendrick; '
.water-f BO movement -- The Beet Remedy for Bowel Dis. THIS,SOYTHE.WRENCHPatent
"'*UThy'werel placed,J cb-cund_ -.the sold a;quantity of\eggs to a'. family ii ease. ( applied for.) ,18 NEVER UQT.I .

,k 9.] y On#the;: azad: !two; more; Plye ? 'Binghamton, who complained tha
they were almost worthless, 'owing'o a When the fowls have bowel disease ,
i.e.th; Rocks. Tried againinwatere ; ;
strong taste' of kerosene. He cOuld shut off aU feed and allow them to fas
'most of, eggs;rocked. I,broke.a Brah'raa -
:amd found,',a Jive chi eD.ARmrardi not.account1: fo.r"- this; but when ;a or pick up their; feed. They; will recover AN AGENT is every
\egg, ;; to sell this WRENCH to
O I.had.to help.this,.chickenrottt bakery that he had been supplying sooner: from their difficulty by] county Farmers. It fits all Scythes. To
: shell refused to: 'r.eceive"any more of hi such treatment:tjian when medicine is i I t' show it is to sell it. Sample wrench.
hen not
the ;cnahed.the.
as by mail ao cents six font. Partfcu1ars
goods for thesame'rwon', he began given. A tablesKxmful of lime water free Address
itting it ;to; ,turn. It .was rather .
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.per r. each : is iich H. O.KRUSCU E.Berlin;:Wis,
ipfeaaatttfe. ..1 The yolkwas; absorbed, an"Investigation.He in pint o drinking water .

but ligaments not all loosened,t causing : found 'that the chickens had simple'remedy w| 'often serves as a 40 WEST BAY STREETDr.W.P.COHHELY -
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eaten quantity of com left lying 'it cure, and ten drs of tincture: : of nm
I found
1'a. slight bleeding.; _. at J
crashed in the nest next day. "On the the, vicinity,, two kerosene' barrels: vomica in 'on /half pint of drinking I Dentist

Md day.fourBrahmas, two Plymout't : ,This gave him'an idea, and he',begai water for a fe days will often checl (Graduate Dental Department University
,* to experiment He confined ,three bowel disea,.fwhen all other remedies; Maryland )
., :Rocks.:; );Six",eggs r -:- Bridging and Crowning a Specialty tad aH other
fctar'peeping", io tone; .On the..morni -'. hen in:a coop;and fed them on corn, fail.but.tae' ; main point is to withholdall work done under the most modern method

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t "'K hed, I broke the five eggs; found?: with extract allow only one meal day' for a week
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: ;dead of va i11A."The result was that''the: or ten days lorida
Brahsas the.other
lour '
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hot be eaten but when iHI -
!'could t
_w 'a Plymouth ,Rock with,defornedX eggs ands tn
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.. ,crossed beak and apparently only one used in< cooking imparted a delicate Olover"for Poultry.
.. flavor: the cake or without th< '. -" .r ;:
Icyes *,:;.* l'" i'N oJt... c..: to pastry Clover. ;contains more 'mineral matter Oranges, ,
'} use of other flavoring. He took some i and the' hens:will'relish
ly,-;one} would4-:think after ., than grain. '-
awek. a*:experience: the,chkks would of the eggs.. to' ,the bakery,:where they it highly. If the,flock is Confined jResorts ," ,

l, weir, .tett.edand pronounced superior in give finely cut clover,01
ibe: ay a bat today they are'just as yards,
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-; tliv'ft fine.appetites; growiog,asd:asas to anythingio. : the flavoring' % linesNesrYofk = place sods- i in:the yards for them tc [nvestments: :' -

,aav I've hatched this season,' .- .Press.. '. ..f1"J: pick. Bulky food,is of great:advantage .

4T iwycfe KM been.i'propidoa*.'7>' : ',' I 4 -- to poultry, as it!. serves to assist Developments:

t'Ai&114'time. these were set another How:to.Destroy.:Lice. digestion and promotes'_,health. 'Variety -

i }party,fttt_a hen one fifteen eggs; ;result r The' ,.management' of': fowls in 1t sum ,can be best secured by the use: 'oi [- Attractions .,j -

few,.OG accooflt.of. mites, something, t{ tr,:then the.weather Is i'excessively green food'as, not only. the leaves but .. Add,..... ,

;t :lam: thankful. .to.say, I never, have.SpaHhough !arm,demands. more care than is ustially the'seeds.are'relished' ,If less grain is G. D. ACKERLY. ;.-.

{ ) ":.my"."'heas Ul Ted'fiomt gij n. Lice will 'breed \and\ given, and more bulky food, the hensthat CINIAAL rASIIf.4crlt: A6'a. i "'1 .-;
eat'no-insect Biadc .lifc;:'at biff. do now lay will soon begin to
l l pett multiply! so, rapidly as completely, not THE TROPICAL TRUirr tltgi.,
_.44'::rmentioQ: tba, as'aTgreat many rum the flock almost before,the owner supply their quota, JCKSONV..i p r # -

'*swsr' ?*- to' 'thiolc',ypurcatsaaothelp,. ..them. .. is "HC of the'fact Farmers who'do ,

,, --twttttt. caa:_' '-.9 A.i hd. G. :,, Dot' 'give any attention to fowls> ia About half the orange trees in

..f.. T Ltike'Fla tfa lJo'oli. them roost in. Grove Hall,Hotel.lot are bearing fruit Y PUlp.
.,.. '.. :<".. rammer, permitting ; ,to.; G' '
':)-'i.14. ,! -..tt.-." .1 'I side'or;outside of the poultry house, !this year, several of the larger! ones being "
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' '.The'Whit: + ,AgeiCnlt.Sous sometimes find their flocks in i a'condition quite full ,The trees were.budded i 2t'
; : ij ,.. eRl BEST. and OH APE8T.
gy f ,j =fully* ;:O orgaaiied* SatttKky.with > in which many are sick or droopy shortly"after the .freeze, and .havegrown I_ CitsloAae Mad fall treatise.oaVM rviu ".. ,

.. .!,. .. .' ',ol. .. .._..-' .1..' "' ritfeout any apparent' cause, and they nearly as.tall. as'they were be- IaDd lrsetabi.crops raailsd '.'...1 A.&InM "
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-;. -:. -: _:.:; '--'".-.. ;:..:? ::"- : -_ -'--- rips ai d ,natli! tej oneswill-apps!I b keep rinight, owtrso tea
'fioa f faauin- fid r M. .1ey. Remove thfemfiirhen: your:hIiaI"'arI a dl pro.v : lfqdletrahra t'mid'ddibera

; -1J if: decided .to ; : .' j eatybefaretbeyhav: achance.io teIrlong:1iVtd. 1K'.1X;
':'. dihi,ierBce1';; 1J( g'::thc o : i fact' that ;li.i'ifiO: 'Key"West.!to: h T-J.w" t dddm Bsed most econbmical fOT'siiffitrier' :weftr.'if *" OI! "'''' ""-.....

i Harbor in i one !division i ?'f9r"iea\I', \ necessities wHite or 1bsiWaahT'lettger;: ;; 'Thejr ". Hot--Drinks-.it for Thirst.It > ... ,
: ;...,:Ctaffkrtte Harbor:,to: :Ancl te. i : ,'sheets and:pillow &n s in thncsYbe bbuht fa -* fort* a is,a'mistake.to suppose that. cold
:'t;. ;.//Otber.v: Small.. launches will.- : ; 'butter;, 'yes-, and so'cent s'd6a'cif Zeats'WbUecfat;. J drinks are-Bmujilyjto/ ieve thint
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.. ."'nail,act. _.onrwill.be; 'given( e'taxeaitrelf.. ?'$1enlsv=arid Ji mme ti eRqlifp Very:cold in\t-as a rule increase
J !: :" of wwt to patiol,5and.' :times: one: has':to' 'do .Y ou
: :u" '.'nftelall ;veMeti{ ? : : "ribbons Wand laces, tone cleaned1 ityou'illiobserve;: tfoTIdwingdir stomach. co. ,. .and so: create. thirst."

: .; .'. <. they. ; fall, .be, ; nhey' can, :look tionsr: 'i' Experience s skows_ k.t l be*,fact that
."". :.JIIII'. ..::r"'" The:"a1"eat sty. :'Shave'att eighth'of'' a'ciOce. of Ivprysdap hot'drinks relieve-the!thiir! ,'a.e4.a /'cool
i thejtflaall iat.ihat-1 i. } :: 'ii* piece of"iacetor .into'atin; ba in/poor on;a goodpwt3of !off" the *iis aa al b8or-

.,i ', CP'get'a'good'ijuality;; horfaltf;':.fandsifiir *until the ,mall'ne? itedycanoiitiion., ... .. beller# r. rlJ'h"i\.k e- '" -
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.. j& sj ll .ai.=(;andpktces'of!J ; :: ;dyed and, inade'to s5phii :(diss6lVedrte'move1; from 'nhe cold d nnks.' ; -It t" 1I.lar\# -J betet:# )ittAStju'd'avotdthe '
od.tiw-duty Ot thk l .patrol: iv ,=WheYreas.a'cotton the 'fire ?'arid*>dd Vneneaipoonfulbfqlive'iofl ''t us .'bf.dri."ksbtOti'sixty)

,} 'be t.keep'at'careful'eye' :' : : (: : ? cheaply5woven' : lace, ;'aY little"cold/"attr'oto''1niReii'bemble1Cor'tbe1i de"rees... .In' 'fact: t.ja..:1iigKert l i>h. a- ,
zJ ," .SofthL pas seir'iiell be l 'ks *)Oddy.. '? Ji.ds,' then;:wash to tore 11.*i43 0 e"r. #_** cud'tlioseo!

.bythe miriae hospital" :. : 'now.that: is very your gloves'tTe'' a little ""oiMi>,the are.much trod'wiU tliitsk".l1r'da
-, : *" service :of;the bl 'at.tweDty-five tines'water,also,.and'they' 'will,be tot -'rell : ': ,DlJfYtti"and'it wi1lf be : ; ;it can be1; 1adcj into and'white. SicUJwi/tM.m J.h i'drinks,u instead of sP cold
< ,'most rigid Mtur .-TaHpa ,- ..ode .into/collar 1RUb and smootK1'th6m(cccasiouillywhile'drjdng i"C to>WliiChthcy{tf ave** been; '-nluids acciw-*-'<*-*<

.t Accepting an;-:i N 'i 4, of:fM 1 ; ," :trirdtnuag,; turned ;.f.ind'on .11o''account ruse i ouredot: dnnks*also( ''hawe, \the, i ad-
fXttation i t i rfJ/i iLMW'
it ** ;:theNe ,ira aaa};}n*com ;. cleansed,and re- x5mmon yellow soap,. wpedally for vantage, "of:aidicedigettWB/ ia .t* 'o
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. .... 'sad..JS.S; _,i'-; 'spent',:;a' ;part.: ,, rid dye, and'you 'TmVis'a"much1 safer and pleasMter itlMll.*.? liii.--N; -v r
>i hewiblsick: l lace for '
mode of f" l ;
: cleansing: ; as'Whensinggasoline
';Me.uy''afternool) inspecting ; < ; ." .
f :Sha1rs maiden eforti''at t ; your blact'l leghora, o(naphtha; and your';results '- ,
neck of : !'As'afcmtr d"b1nt r r l?Mock' I
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tfollow
perfectlysatisfactoty
you
your\neVr
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: .r cr 9ihat f'p ti J ,'to" tone'down:' the ffitect ns. '- would rather'bave. '' tea acrd'of".
jattentipn, wasa ; hyacinth than in of 'te 'iest
: acres
w 'Black kid belts rosy be dressed with
acre Ja !lrpj !tHe! u i ] l : '
;-handkerchiefs'S' blhe'grass'landin Ketacky for ;
\\waltttiipejiing"and which'' ; he wne dressing: I use for boots, ;'and
\ "' ; ; i :;laces;;;'it pays to'get kept fresh indefinitely also chatelaines urage. There are tho4sayg'of acres
.. m "tg partlqbe J&ansrerr'ed so' much longer an'd' etc i --; oflandi! < in'this'state! Which u \ i6iilj The' in a ( ?
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% tobacco'Iay' ''
.. : tter. It is better: Je1se but.1t ash.
: to For a dainty and inexpensive :
.tl ie flit;{ais.it'sp ado': i..i, { ( l =get tbe'lz'-x"Z : per- This'land i4'cbVer d'teJi1BOMM': I.the
-r .straightrows; ':with: l leaves handkerchief cent !ume, use;powdered:orris: root. ; a,little ywrith'froin'six ;inch.8'o* ..
M" ; nr[ cornstarch
< makes
excellent
'; -."olecktigand'o(f. a.,height'suffic the purpose,''will nipure an eefof'''ater.It{ cannot, iHcrdbfe,-he:;
toilet powder.. .
: < .square:even: with _the:! Q : : 'Stains"'and 'soil tUltivated/'and there ii k'nopt: etiW
'six-footer + are: ;'AIItS.?J.Yl.. IVHEEIIR.Hoiise .
wasaptetty/one; ..
\V ytb.-dftiUit.( Emits' pre ftt"e fWi.itionit'isttiseless
''l ; ed 'In real linen, ,'. ". : .
-aM'Oik)caktilated l. to create f a i'0 eepors. ;'.Living.. In.. a''Hur'y. planted wkiftJ1e,
; :: one w9rtun t I rauch' btiwdHya<;imh-it1wHiW# ( mtke
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-CiJJn. ; much ;longer -you For Our Bund Home. .
.. ,a. d t"befrowA ht field.% :Was lfound gone,to" ; i n ,dressing of_ 1 ;;" ',I;once read.>j;doetbrji i;p prescripMpn! One'\'of#"the'finest (of pa ur&, :4i+aasroticb .

i the ; the leather l from_ .which: was: something r like, .t this_ : **4 asitistibd stiuctible .i sd"cst:
Ziairlrably! daifa'r'while tle:a&d horses af e :xCeedJ lp-toy tit
u.bated"as ; perfect ", ; ;; perhaps ,10.1:11: good deal ;more;,deliberation j'f1; large
; = : ,. method. : and joccupatiop.1' and'wiinetvd; oHvergfatees: fWd
x my amoun, (;pf jest _.
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boles;as could"bet
w > : ,with'a neck He said that his' \iponrit.; There: lwo'kiHi"Of tMpW.ht
: oil
-Tl ateRi d i is almost perfect and ? large some ( patients
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: and tire should'bette
? a ( dsJu11 of-vaseline, Were killing themselves;;by';too rapid 10"-
of noV i the
: io oTOV;po frora ( tbeTrighfJtftW
tact rioc is'bitttr' H
o is5not'an 'unreasonable room for: mixing and; movements ;: .>0ne.in f;particular he;said ; ; ,
acres :; : antitl'r' ( blackt.dye\ was.not. satisfied jn doing,thingslin] an; nbTrwhilc'Betmmia Md.bf libtsesb t' eater 'b ar'e
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; : ; The 1kiDtH: lid tie ad.fItIgetbat'itfr
fi ;; : "and,keep covered, rdmaryYaY't; but,gas t-"always' inarun'1 ; -
iifeloiafAmoving i v i polish, applying it i and continually :overtaxing ,her. ; "l gteen alt""" ,
ly aad If toe movement does_ "' ; ';cloth. I 'am_sure selL; *J;: : rand othef# r_ 'is

\cwiK' ("coBsiderably' ,. .this will' ,: ; ._ : So firmly, i is \this habit of* ?haste'fixed: ',feU,'. be gar"reed are'killed by ,tlie

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'overstocked. A.mult'for < : Diamond dye in the down stairs, when.there.,:i is,,d none ed. that'edws'ill':'!It Meh18bk' .White .

pieducers have', wished and one e.f_ o. many: ;stases :.in to burry and veQ'Jlttleptet; : *J :dQ gt fng.'UJ59f} 1i yt. as irh
WJfp \p ;,have attained 1{ ailiinerytliat t. it 'i s !ing'so;'.and;Eliza;almost!impossibleet1 \to' "tl yl _f anditheik

d ductbfl in aa; age. The.', ; f : .:silk,.for facings; t convince ,the ;..that; "a ,little.rnorcrGVliberation c : f fi.b tl# rialur.rlJf re I",
l. _:(: ;cars;moved daily from'S t e skirt braid dye a rib 1 ." would :accomplish'! ); (as lOu secuou IB Autcftoft,-.GOttHjTMM. *
,.>;gw and Florida I is.: far; ehi ;:etc., its" ;"'U eitmuay'; much ,' i, dreds of cattle are BOW subi tW- 'os

j :';'Bttmber utuallymovcd :at / 'prope'rof; ; 'coloring' It.is noticeable that those} who) ;;hur-" \! 'Ihe'-kci&lhTaftd they, re'"fiti.e"coooption. -

=Day before yesterdaythe; P1 .' ; ryare; .also. apt to >worry; ;greaideal j. "Ahyr&rm rcciin for ttB_' eatc -
1.tern,,which handles the ,Sulk 1 ; : : ;one/s tlothing IiMs and.by both ,neanssa, j'ect;their: nervous pufchJasc'pttinte'eaoegli"' 't rgeRx. 'trt
crop through Savannah, ) { is : ; Jfattr1riHdo: : 'H t' I-lie''.
: ,. ; mQV kee P..rn! .well drej"jilj systems .to raore )wefj and tear
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.tetacsrs, .; 1'heniunDet, : *the',; --l! at-; :f- !'"'e'tbe'spo 4 than wrought stee could eodurer re why sF kiie nit _
.ia:,1896 was sixty.niac.cars.; =T : : : ,appedr;" pressi nth It is saidthat.our, 'fore-incfthrrs? were be a'bloomfeggtfdat; of i h1 KdM'Mfi '
F ... nwaber; cars'so' far moved, : I!: ; : t- .get'tx115l H ed' ib not long li>'ed.'Aho'( could expect t + 'tke fiIett p!-ji.t sln. iiijiitirJ .
f1 ,'soa'is::6$6.< :In; (96-t.h .I ; the 1 ;bottom 'jbffskirt that tHey should hive'beeii"'eti'they; IJ.tmJCi er>a'hrje:. tl.(1f '''' 1

r.-e;* 5s t36.2j; '.in i8gs,618; ';: and.? ; ajod irtll: preed Ft1i; liteVally made eveVy ankle'bfu e &6mh t t1' -. reL am.riII._ = f e el

f2 1.1' i3i7'Ofmore; have than twtceyas front, 'gore'excised. -, "'i;bffi"r ii) iidt. r ii1rnii1iri11It.N ,. l ;Hjbr1 eseseaime..: .fits sit. '
beeahhsudled: f. ) :; $
i aspysar.as' I : met( .. ... J? nightair.>". made( {sweeew' .
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,.... t' "tIH: 1OfBe'time this season.- li ; 't:.. ttihi' <; :::f r..ttJ .a-o' I'iJt'Mu.
!'1 ', ., ... f:c okers are too 0 f 'There Ver DO .MfiU"lIIn..; lIUI" 'i( or1h ol ib D ...
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". .. .1-' 6cll. .+i:""hs;?aow;.two:t ;; '; ... 'TI I 'should b' \Oac-"pounded: J1 fa pr lui ti1lytNy m 7 whJ 1j'? 8;: I
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..., -' '" wto,. .":-- n Itie9., y kA; grown oranges now os'.t ,-.
",1'4-;':: '. ., "-is awell, ". ble'lofr% ifi aur aid r J.t3ur"andmath i siiis iderti i wiUmwa'fdD LJI _

', 'and tbit fO tt'" : ) aodMtiii'the li M. sfiai p? d7ar pti[_th iif\;inf'asps'c aW ; peocge. appcar'Lk"t' die TMe'
e .w'e xpectNby.. the ; :: } : ,. ate 1' :I fcfi doe il, eni!tlmt m:' ia l '! i3tY :' l to r:'" '' '!!1M' he I
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y: : a as'zru recm: IN' .rii"id I house fet w >i> afc. -M WTi% a.o cii ii Wises and :: -tii Jfti *iB ,,lf..1 fl ll-SlM.tfBUS! 1 -"
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" <;, .\ i.iii-'?ereiaareii paeaa fee.:ooatom before'he' became superintrident. c'', the- dead,and, ,unsightly'pine_ i .postrellis 'M01 6 -P ) a

'. ... : 9] >Nneil... ...'* of :,I :So- the man taking;his' grist ,to t; and train theyinei=into, a ,Chinaumbrella : :etas. ;

' .' "' ...'ol._. ne laeki. the mill on horseb&clr by balancing l one \ : tree, planted simultaneouslywith
t side of the bag with"'a stone;; said that; e scunpemong.,ifr'nb1talready'atiand.Jand -

6..J : : care!ihotildDe to was the way his f4ther. did.. Encourage : in I'sh. space of.' time you in tie fertilizers: applied -

, .,. :m.ItA.t irt<* iM correct .. part"of' the boyato, thin.afld put' 'theirthoughts : will'.bvane,,of'the\fu1 !'gbtB ,near ,

, : NtIN-a"1IIotherI; !are.@otol'i: intoaction..- .-* I the house-a perfect tropical. ow r.:The Sb'n the farm leanS
."- "-<-3 f,, :. h' dark tree intermixed} 1 ,
,. ,. ,.1' biINt$0" t Q::ia'tbe'matterthefioblest: : green foliagortJ1e; -
:- ";The:BraveatThlHg.' with the light hue of the vine, and ...
a ( ,, :of the. : green .aas y
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,," "!i', =":;)wbeate eali.:" ..a.r.T:lrf1 ear; _ : vwe1'l
1' of Boston '. recentlyMkedregarding tCfi.
T.WHiggineon
. .. ,lf. ,THi mmwtite"' romirigg : ; bravefi, was Verily i n arbor: which must-be seen tobe or s f permanentj
': .... white she' the .thingg done duly ppreciat (.f.- outhern Ruralist. crops 7
, regretted .. y
+ within his_knowledge in_,the: dvil war.Ho v.sfrimprovement a

, ..e$4aIi$1bh. ftl k i! 4f'etreug"! nts, 'Of .wroto::., ., ._. r ,. or ,the .
agree 'j' -
.> _&h 'BiOH baI On'mature reflection' hs1iou1d award A Satire;Yon, Immigration Uteratttre. -
the palm to something c done! by a young 'SOIL 'anil t
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-the bee tooet diffitO .. :
asaistant rmrgeoh of mine,not quite twen- Florida is a/great/: \i State1and possibly "" '-
ttidt: QP /:WM;"Ierobatlnnacy."This ty-ofie'years oldDr.. ThomasDo.. Miner, there is'more than an average'chance_ o .-.. 1: .- ;.. /,.'- ., li) .

\ 'fe ttwoae-tnuVdeaandlDg t ; :,unlimited-' 6-:_payk : then 'at Hartford;:Conn,;.at an'exceedingly a livelihood'it as,compared:' :'with the n tJf .at=t\i! f .. .' '

; \ Q JQ\ convivial supper pity of'Officers colder ,regions of 'the. North.. But ,the s one
."i ,tel. .hT.obatlpnacyou- which!a5 -fe'v*of ,my,younger subalternshad .. mass of reports,bf $500 and '$1000" ".r ..iLV.lpre ; kin
: 'bar x>rn childyou 'J.
.: may'cJoeetdetriT0of been invited. acre'prodactions'in: 'a single Baton: are ;
.in'a'' some ,' 4 fabrications. 'man'stbinki ..
'"Teyiatlate; 'j.na the'fun'growfaatand' Nothing Yleveloprf"a
the farmer's
pl.111ft. do'aD11"or.anr'tthlrip: toipwesii fofjoasthe: ; >songs :sung becominggwduallylof g apPar tu ;says Mr.Wilson Roy: pocket.IAf .
tbi reeort;"but?the: thing *
one
nolds of Marion, as
that: class which Thackeray's County, a; banquet
:f is to.be pftieot and conquer Gelonel Newcomb did'not appmve.. and here is,what he got, oflaat; one in Loot' yoteb-toe iwults' cilia use by actual'experiment
: .:Aa t : on tin besf-f&nnj lathe United( State*-!*
; wets to Igeh a li- flret'-publfshejl in; told ial fittle book Kch' p&fisli tad will' !
.k ** t chip Some of the giieeta tried to get away,but Pennsylvania. was we gay '
.t as conquer a stubborn> the Franklin' ( aWl fit*to wry farmer In America who wffl 3 write kite
could BOtanathose Repbeitory
; !:wM t'_'r cla:UB ',arm;' firm ; : ;\ attempted it ;: '.
: ; abiolutel 1 furnish, in each The climate fof Flari&'ia''botttedl>and It 'GERMAN JCAII WORKS '.
: 1::''''''''.'JfiayJto! ;yoawelfsteady, song Were,-required a story or a toast. Miner was case called a used in hospitals'of every ciyjliied i nation' '. ... ...., jj Nassau St,New York x

90 iffitatioii; no impatience.This in: ... .. ,. ,
upon for his band there,was a little under the sun.. :Blizzards cannot live -- "'- -
\; :'fiUId"h.l;:and. L''bu1dhOOdJ..the>yon:are building hush'as he rose up. He had a singularly Florida Was injFort' .Worth, '.Texas. ;, in| that thunder aide milk in souring, but

"the boyish*face,1 and I hia manljnces'of character 1876, when a bliziard struck'that town//! electricity is iibt'capable'of itself to sour
tiittelo inculcate ofie and i :than of lightnirigbcfold milk It is the warm sultry conditionof
,':was,known toTaUV He?said, 'Gentler 'quicker a tot ,
: Yofdo not realize what =I cannot skin yearling blew'aU' the knot" boles' the atmosphere Ypio eding the'thunder
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men give
l: yon a song or a
: liii>wly?HHieidb lB"beat in thees tiny sto1'1.if
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: bat;'I -1fin'o1fer'"a' toast Which out of the weather-boarding., ''Gjrow.vejjc-: storm whichrfevors bacterial growth. and .
:bodi&1" ,Wi#" t11.With: the,utmost drink, in water; 'and'you shall drink as tables in Florida- saw etrawbemes hastens the souring milk. Milk teb-

L. ... to tiwee little ones themselves; there little ) beets, large!! .'. -
you please. That. ,toast i.i?., "Our Mother as large as a boyt _
h4rr'eeesaryfortheinselvesken "" as 'd1 tcl"oven pumpkins> 'as large as' '
and
: st a Horticultural Notw.
t ftUt'they; > eic D e"'the1r :, .
"Of course- atom of priggishness or a Franklin county etraW tack. They; .
.. dte'ri I;ow th' ;m"lMfw"eelfiahness,' obetiacytenperndallfaultsa'are self-consciotisness< _would have spoiledthe blow-the pumpkins, 'up .dynamite: Don't let the sproutsgrow around. the

; sure;tD, whole'suggestion. No' such qualitywas and'feed,them to the.stock; and saw: \the trees. \
of .1>>Jhii" ttaiahnaeat: to theca selrro. .Not6.I.a.i' '
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the latter;Is the; :;plane: adwhlch to visible;r ,the shot told; the partyquieted seeds into weatherjboarding.' ; Irish potatoes -i: ,A lick in timesaves 'nino- in the gar- -
.iT"-i8eri' bait 00'it ,, down from 'that 'moment'andsoOn grow so large the eyes:'welgh'.ninej l den. '
it ia.a factor;not to
-4eflpwed.<.'Teaefi.,them{\ta t have='a noble: ,:broke- '{1P.' The''next:morning no \xmnds apiece, fieldjjbrh: grows so tall.thehawks Trees should:not be trimmed with an
r leea ".than ,three !'ofi'cera' from different cannot fly Over it, and crows:"can a'fin8 saw.makes a smooth,cut which
in "iab&Jent'en inri'arse
> ooiaeHng : Ξ
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..to-be Hobtemanly:: sand regiments'rode out to my"camp, all :men not fly up to steal the ears. |11 ,stood on; heals overquickly; .
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older the shore.atI..ak looking+ ver
than'Dr.er'atd Bryant
higher; l rank :
tail of;.trHth.for.trQth's.wke.: Mothers :If. tree is leanedtby the, .wind '
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to, tnSnTrlfimJforithe: : "simplicity and that beautiful sheet of water-three miles: -young
'knell tethow"cafiable A child wide and said to Morse slid; get it back.in line at once, for never again
of his rebuke. It from them Captains
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line1.: & fcay be in the lino Of courage was Mansow."That's the first.chwtnut ''tim v will .it be,so easily done.. Stake, if aeceasary. -
1 first learnedwhat; I had happened... Any! ,
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waed to ita own_ elf-iehance'and.<< ...
ber I saw south of
f' ;:' ... ODe who has had much to do with young ever
> I -exclaimed:with bne Voice"That' MorelrJ1it.and' 1 lass grease.should be
men They :
:wiI1 ad'm'its I think,that it coat more
!Do not be so(:cruel as.to speak'sharply, :
; Great, .State nothing small the order.ofiyjngpn.manYJ The
courage to' do what he did than to'nde'up celery. ; ;
urser: *tically of child's_n temper; re-' the1cannon's mouth."-The New: about her:but her.RepubUcan'majonties.Poultjy ) health of.th .natioq; would average: much

;; M."whtre-h; gotrt. ; He"is not i'eOle :-{ Crusade: ? 'Poultry"grows sb tall your I better if more fruit were consumed,

fortKe'fanlts' 1'J1'withhlui;/ # cannot hear the fobeteracrow,;can't even tree: have be saved
bymulchmgf
< Many.a might i
,:t id is bound to auger. for them/but -
you down to the 'e Have ,to
} stoop. ground ,thux &eepi n"g'the roota .cool .
r 'itmedto$ reepoiwible for hie be- No-Pence. : hoot the grub up to them;.with a cannon.! andipoistwhereasithoetiF: i ; jthey be-

so handle, :those faults thatc ',advocate 'adnor' :: nee .law, as I'have' Seen wild ducks on Lake Bryant as large! caine hot and; dry, :and the young .treedied.
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,' :ttiey.wnnot ran away with;him. ,Give been'tornientedroithall kinds of. stock, as the Great Eastern witH all her sails set. .
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) Uie.-encbur eHient and strength; -- --. .
'with such law ; them .
aad think that a a great Calves growso'tall; ybaban't'hear: : : '
>; ''., t-5AHw' p'fide' 1i:&/'au his efiortsatTTpti've :' ; : many",more,people!would! 'come. to our bawl and that is wby so ''mantl'C; -1ve8 IthasboeH s'h 4W41'th9t' tno29 ti D 1500
: wbrk in 'so
Bo life and settle : the ( used di&bef ore told be Weaned.Different ) '' "
state :especially arming : they; barrels 'of \\wfter per> acre 'naye ase'romunplo'wed
"Io important. Can :you afford class 1 if,they.had any'assurance 'of' beingprotected 'now; however| ''thankS to the! ground in one week

'dali> )'.rJeautifu111. ; served,> ndlmiaiment. in their business. Such a move Yankee; :either' the:cow' is !taught \.to' Access of.the:quantity w which Wil'1 pass

'':1 ..ia 'more to*mother8JUi i be desired would have a tendency-to improve stock stand:5n;her'heafy bra garden; hoseiittachmeutJJ3 -! off from an equal area, which has been

I" I ? Yours' / also;as stock] owners; rather, ,than fence a .uWd. 'Pork? Every breed, plowed earl Ya'nd. ,at tTc
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i J soar ehildrea.ahiletie great many semb;cattle,;would'get rid of under thusu: ;lhHfejhere,t The razor: .1l jhat1i tinterim h
: "t 1: :**iaUier' .earns:food and cl oth! t. 'Tfeleat'to much worthless stock, and have" less back' is !extinct- been'graded down 'so) has been. plowed lie 'wiRntli, to

'ia. ne U1ure. as the duty; and-better cattle: The range in 'thiscountry fine "he is now'called'.the'' "rib'. !squeal dry throughout,'season .at--7a" rate. ':ia

-t' .-; ".QwJeh'f TMdthe'aoonerwa' : is'&st failing and:stock is growing breed," his, eta 'rianow:=noroom* forlungs excess xrf the earl IOWed. This sfeews.
-i> ; ,eyes to that factik i smaller year; 'With fewer: cat- no lnngSPno'squeaU Bdgar fan"d ,that tdharrowing ,
> .c n: every ; ; :: plainly ;arly plowing # ae
.. '.., t.' '=' heri'pnthwayint ,_ t1e: : ..the: :orange' ;would improve,, but 'as syrup?, ;Seen lumps o(l aCsugar.bD'ti':1 'are'essential, in order Co retain
<- "' an sway matlay -; at the time the "scrub Piaeton plantation large'as Oak:Kriobf at .
present
are the inolstiire'eveii
r'w > Lhinga .. oil ; though "plaatiig
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k feel the ,
_\ by a piece ybu ; goea half starved through the winter Mont Alto park, and nyersf"ayiti: p at) may: be. delayed.
;.n l itj .1-doing::to take'the ,time fin : .. .
and i Unbalance of the year ekes but apreoftrioufl !att&'as the Suez banal. ''Fish? AlUhe I n -
;:'tJl.'f _aa qb ined'ieobedlent; child' .iiet@nco upon1 saw' palmetto boats plying !ihe!rivers 'of' Florid raid ;
Moperfrmmeof.mind-i iaunde4io&r 0 1 There i ie mQre-Ca tarchin this seetlef1
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; and gall-berry bushes: roller rigged so that when school offish ;
wwk> him'a' >: hipte -. ., : of,th"c ebtiy than allbtiierdiseMtogether '
4 # .ffU'' ; V W.E.:THOMPSOIT. 'is ,gtruck! phe ,is not .compelled to
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J. 1hei no ei- .. back dow'p>stream until wide .place, i ia ,;and; .untU:thelast few :rears
# .1ilii ,llWrieftect of kabamgud; :you ; found to give the school room to scatter;; ; was sepposeid. : to; < be incurable" For aearly

: .. .'seat ...._.work in'life gin t ."' ,:''gUvk. .S iff 'rnongTrelNLs but she Can keep "rolling;on"'rolliogpnVf I5A .'/wea.rs"dOet> pronounce itp
I .1II fraiaisg of .Y9Ur; lid.Thosomot1iersoLiML : t Nenn.1 hope' r'rnay' 'never :become i :'a .14ce1, diotlllet7an! 'd prdsoribed lees!
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"q howe&our: aona and -. .. I .'."' Democrat if I did"''not: see' the: Ock-laj] remedies, and _by: constABtly failing to
'-\" ;,; 'f teN grown ap about.uenobletypes ,, c EYA1'V'm' Southern ::home, with anfflcie'utgarded wah-haw- such name.for:a Jrivef: i ire:with local treatajeht;)tit
i J n konor guaby, their rosin for:the racep.ion 6:f anyway-eo! d-rr-.full: of Mi it bad to be incurable Science has prQftII CaWrh
1'1 "ice .f ':m, ere d:au1geota trees'and shrubbery should,''by all means iirtgated:' t to,be.a ,oon titutioBAl. disease,a a 4-t bfre-

; D, ?and Yesto?_that ;life! lave one or two scuppemong grapevines, ..... .i forr- :ooh tft6tm8l1t..'
!...iMee4 sea 'a blessfcg'to; us:in.andttaiq the dark'and the bronze, if possible, ,on --'_" TfeeDajfyV- Hall's Catarrh Cun,,wmnsb aotured br F.

| h children,.,.eyes Awhile often* the 'premises.I ,Not. because _a highly \: ,1'n J.Cbenej &_ Co., .Toledo, Ohio.,,la the
blbMu''aiad'allll: *e ale- palatable,wine :oan.Jta: made;from them, The reason, milkaonrssoreadi1; il enlyi oo AtHt'tlosftl.: garc oferUrt: BftArfrtt-
M ,_'atght to" i o +e tlaie'an I but,because these native grapes aro'COCK summer II because: cools verj'sfowly It ts ;taken internally. dm froea 10dfopi

.. t lD. ," aad wholeebme:eatmg, and hence;a boon and does not become cooler en'the alr{ to at & Ita directly
:t OO" : -. rWt": : -$6,* bTrealTple8ettre''andrjoy' -for!'the* Tamil y:The bacteria 'In the milk-iaaultiply! tverv bathe'WoodaiM+ -mucous Burfeces of the

.! 'Ae byimriet be Uoght''ffiaay-' fetefffl a&d visitors'when it comes to pickingthname e' fast and cause a:rapid souring,. ihinilk. I]' tem. They,offer.OB e huadred.do8 FB

f ".'',.r'abrknew. ;The: J *,11BTU**'.i.r. fc.'KA AV WjirfethefBtaoght fresh'from'the,vinee during a season -'I ia cooled to'a. low/temperature se soon w I far any rises It,'fails. to cure.' 8d faroire'i

>ar .. ..! !' ofthe year*.when peaches,' tdrawn, the>;bacterialjgrowtii,;:wfllj.bej ,I .. Addeeea .' iY
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r :.iKHLjin a*jtBCiisti B school the' Na&N.*. In faetevery 1hing. i iriihi.. line isc i :checked once and will'sot begin witfl I J"J'W. ...:; rC01',...,.
by'he r.:7-: ; _. t touch'rapidityuataOieiailk 1ii s bed..'"' .-.
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F: v '" 'rd'f cription to the same to be sent' to make against the holding crops for: Jackals ; and innumerable hack writers -

;. f \ ; .= ,.f Wm. 'H. Bresson Esq.; .City Point; speculation on the part of the farmer.Thus argue \that this was cawed.bathedeforestation

l.. L.petT'. \ Brevard county: Fla:-manager of my 'the above argument is seen "to be of the land Profcwer

: '.terxt' ,-ftMhaoaifflc.Pto... .. interests. there. *' baseless and captious Albrecht'Socin, who "Visited' that:: region"says

f sV":' -- .Expresang: i the'pleasure the reception ...... ; thatlarge tracts of It are.of..
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., i.1- "' .41,. .I cm KW& ,of,your'interesting and ably conducted i PoreetryRunMad.The ; great fertility, and.that.'it is a stitnatedthat

: ,'V* .., ...... ..*...:,*....*..t..<.......*.< paper always gives me the country as a whole could
iii. ", ...... -.'..\........'....... .i..-t..I,1M' remain ever, I nurserymen: of the United : five. hundred times support

":t > :pier..M..t.....t.f. .,.:.... fee Yours sincerely, I States held a convention in St Louis if its present
i ( population, only the vast aaciat
a: .
aeihMMWe
WB ndtI'flla'rJ1CIIIM.! WM.. B. HENTZ. lately, and it was attended by E. AV. of
canals
irrigating
restored
:; allowed' one'e system was -
# ., Kodtoeoant on of
Kirkpatrick Texas .
'r > amongothers.
and utilized
L j... .aoiabbntttoy
n ..(.....a1ibenlcomm L T WW Florida Fruits. :This gentleman records his! recollec China has been occupied by .civili
ialowe4 alhu.bshleas lions,of the meeting in the Texas
# : on obtsiaediiet
bS zed men four thousand :and in
; 1..1- Below is list ofth years,
& presented a
} pTo. ,
,l ; Wrtteer Farm and Ranch in follows
part, as : '
the northern part'of it tens of,millionsof
(r&itl"hi h be i in
: gathered s mepart'
new old :may
.'every gabecriber? or: ,femit- ;Another move was made toward secur- inhabitants for lack
.. j .ting 11I13.00, we will send the toper ORe of Florida, fresh ,from the-'tree, ing a national law providing,.for, the inspection .. o( building
.: wtr :tad' a copy of, Rolfs' vegetable plant or vine, together'with the time and the disinfection against injurious timber,, ,dwell' in ,excavations la the

_'" _., Growing la Utefgeatii for 'Northern when'tbsmay! : be done, which it will insects and diseases of trees and loess or yellow earth. Yet the province .

'.,.... ,t For ewbAM be'seen, covers in the aggregate the plants. It is proposed to have. an armyof of Che Kean supports'584 peopleto
V"81.eaoJaWilI Bend inspectors added. -our. present useless the mile Soo '
whole round. We omit a num- square ; Keang 840;
= of'Moore1 year
a,. !_ "OrangefciiWi host of '
copy tax eaters.
j; ;", ber of fruits which are so little grownas The advocates of ,this system advise etc. No decadence there' pn' account
i' J i' of deforestation. .
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not to be considered characteristic planters to never buy trees which have "
.. of sd flaapp on.
R ;:: made of the State: .- not been inspected and disinfected.,These Spain has fallen into .decay, not' on
>noMahoBld' be by check; advocates admit that the.Injorioua' insects account'of the destruction of her forests .
Avocdo'pears
:
IW ordetor ,.May andjune.
t Bo4e.monoy; ;
eMerteeoi'r i Bananas, October to January. and diseases find hoat plants in but as a,result-of the degeneracy
wild trees, shrubs and plants in the for
of her people following their,discoveryof
;JMf u ." 4NB'7BUIT,, 6BQWI3., Blackberries May and June. eat, and then make no provision for the ,
'k)- :; f, ,:':: -...''}.-'f rf .a:...J _- vFJCkOfVt1."'"*. Figs, July to' September. inspection and disinfection of these products the New World and their ,unparalleled -

:, t.,.- ,. .. Grapes;June to September. when they become articles of com- l robberies the precious metak.
: : ooNTtie.WUOut8ummer. Grape-fruit, October to April. merce. The most splendid civilization of:
Since_ it is Suite generally admitted North America-that,of Southern I'California
-. ...." Guavas... ,;nearly all the,year. that
W t the cause of the prevalence of these
*Trontitee.?.. 434Punmr Lemons,nearly alltheyear. insects and diseases arises",because of -}has grown up on, the ,mop
.' -Pioe I 6-Fftcts fore Notice;', arid, treeless plains and under altaott
f ;Limes, June to January. the vandal hand of man fe
Boot ,VlUlttf... ,.!..!.,. .. .!..! ..!.!. 6 ; Loquats, ,April and May. the equilibrium of natural protection destroying of the fiercest-heat of this continent

GBOV seMee> ixro'oaceua-Hos Bpretd. ..,.. .....FUIlgUfl...!\.....DUh.... C35801lIrert11 iMangoes, August and September.; forests,-animals, birds, fishes, etc., it ap-: The American people are' not devoid
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f.. .-....!-;.- !;.i"- ._...... 438 Melons, June.to December.. pears puerile to think such a complicatedand of intelligence: they have: taken
radical disease be
can cured by puny
the
':toKOnfite-Growen Facts About Mulberries May and June. the timber that Almighty gave
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the Myers Sub-Station: ..437TOBJIOOO them and utilized it, wastefully no,
Oranges, nearly all the year. Evidently, we may hope only to cope
=:Tobacco Ope tlons..t..i 437 Peaches, .May'to October. with these troubles when we re-establish doubt, in many instances and when
{ Some Advice to Tobaooo-Growen from a Pears to October. natural conditions. While in, the ban- that; timber is exhausted 'they ,will

.... Colored Ifan.--.....t..-......... 43< June: quet hall we .heard many charming raise some more. ,' ,
,Pineapples all the round. ,
year -
!,Btocx-The: Baaorback, No.; 3; Bsr- speeches, one of which was.by ex-Secre There 'insects and.
are no new &0
'auda areas for the South..'..:.,....;.-ta8, Plum, June to October. tary Francis who said forestry was a diseases. With
the
: Persimmons; October and Novem matter of more importance than the new fungous' ,
,PoULTtT-'A: iSft:01: : Experience;: ,Eggsrbsrored bee; questions of tariff and mon r-fflTsaid spread of civilization' the old ones,
y to' Order;; How Destroy Spain is ruined by neglect of her forests. heretofore confined to restricted l localities
_, 'lice .Best Remedy for Bowel Disease,! Pomegranates,. July to December.
.. ; ,.. ; In forests '
f. Clover for" Poulu,.....*................... 430 Quinces, August to October. conserving eight her millions: and Germany spends are propagated t over the .earli,
annually gains a revenue
!'I'" quit, *; OTLAI.X.THoja-Pin Money; Housekeepers = : Strawberries,',January to June. of fourteen'millions. France spends Man himself carries them everywhere,
: I.ivingin"e Hurry;Hot Drinks i three millions and gains five millions. as he did the potato'beetle, from ;Col-

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; The' Bravest'Thing; No Ppnce; : that farmers have chanceto when trees go, men.fade away.' vast expanse _of 'the ,United State
complains
A Urioff:ScuppernoQC< Trellis; Satire ,. no The theory that deforestation causes Man creates these new conditions and
: ,on' .,,Immigration.IJt.. tune;- ,The speculate pn their own crops by failure of rainfall;occurrence of frosts .
)... .... ............. .i........< C4J holding for a rise._ He says: man alone is'competent to cope with
depletion ot. the soil and,, finally de- them. He must protect the friendly
BDftOauL-G0 Words from a, Far "The man ,of small no
capital.has
cadence of the human itself '
race has birds.. He must and fumigate.He .
fCoaatry; Florida Fruits;,The Former chance to share: i in the profits. of speculation spray
,. :as a 8pecn1Etor lOreltrr.Rl.Had.. ",.. .443lKrher became prices on the board oftrade become' so generally diffused that must inspec ,and quarantine.. Forests
Excursion to Tampa; Great' Con have a way of bobbing up and down, and probably nothing that can be said will have little or nothing to do with

d(TB&ienceforTraTolers..f..>ii........'..443 wiping out in a moment the margins oft ever eradicate it. And' now comes this feature of horticulture, however

Weekly.Crop''Ba1Ict.t'.;-.....:}..--..;.........4l4 'small fry. Nor can the .farmer in this writer.and argues that this :causeis useful they may be as a mechanical l
... the present state of his finances, act on
.A'.:,Polk-County) '!' i1aT;;"'Niagara' Grapes the advice 'hold your wheat,' because he also responsible for the increased protection' against strong currents of. .
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-. ''Not' Satisfactory Turkeys. for Market" ;;:443lart might be compelled to wait until Januaryor parasitic enemies and diseases of fruit wind. .

'. .<.1..NOtW.a.. ...-.-......,....,.......;,.,f...u itB longer, and the millions, idle capital trees.A. Forests are sometimes potitive-
l lying in the bankS of and New thick matting of forest
Chicago rotting detriment, as well as a benefit A few
'J York are beyond his reach for carrying leaves prevents the too .rapid,outflowof Geo. F. Gobef of the
,.,: Waatber.,. lm. &e'I0- .. Vti1e.- purposes, although readily available, al days ago Judge: ,
: ,week ..0....c"JGI i'?. 1897OATB 4 per cent. or I less, for his millionaire the'waters of precipitation, and Northern Circuit of Georgia,who owns

r f -.ix fheada,with their warehoasereceipts.; thereby reduces the volume and de- over Iso acres of peach.orchards near
;p' 0 .!;! .9 y .a: i MIt looks as though there are rats in structiveness of freshets. :'A block of Marietta, pointed out to the writer a
.; .ct
r ,"n.--" =a14. .1.the_....wheat.;. ". .bin- and no way to get at timber is a useful windbrake for orchards fine orchard without a peach (the

..)JII17I-........ -8s8a 91 -w '$ M -JH -.o, ,.1oMaDI.. just as a triangular'belt ol others not far, distant being =well
_"" 9;.t*.*.ft 80 99 ,. .6 17 ::0, This demagogue, in his anxiety to timber is left on the slope of a 'Swiss fruited),on which he'said he believed

f ...*A I 4*:*".,..'..'*! Ie 79 ty 17 95. ,lb e, t9 186 is :.o..:.: f curry favor with the farmers, has reversed mountain to'pfCiect? a village againstthe he could have.had, a crop if be: bad

t; :. .5......... Itn 86 it ;1.Ii. ,1.85A the facts. It is the farmer who descent of avalanches.. But no cut a swath through an 'adpce&t; forest .
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.finds that there are rats in the bin, not blizzard of .continental 'proportionslike .. .
........... ;: t If .. ?1 17 + I 91
.< ..?e..,rM.fT''riML \ 1-* metaphorically, but actually. The that 'of February 7,,,!*I8gs, two A recent (drive over'and aboat"Ores.

... : '; ,. farther who escapes the rats and the thousand"miles wide/probably: ten cent City shows a healthy aDd eacour-

">s. .; ,J.MrrCHiix; ,Observer., other numerous sources of wastage.is miles, high and sweeping? from, the aging state of affairs. Theca and
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,'oa.J': ti -. .' the one 'who.sells. .when the*crop is arctic regions down to_ the West In: proves e.l looking'fine. 'That section
4-":w' ;
y toeodrWoraekoma; "J'ar.'Oouak7., ready. It has been J; demonstrated over dies, is influenced in its general movements is a favorable one; I went. .thnMlih
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M. : and over again that,'in a great majority by the presence or; absence of the grove and. crops of :ion: ; 1T; :

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j.. Matchr.18,',i8gq. dispose their crops as soon ;as#:harvested. And the belief that nations:of men are ground is as clean u a SOOT,,and he

'.......K and iais' ,+eweis"4Deac'.8 The shrinkage in weight;.the destroyed by the felling of their tim has'over fifty ora&ge .frets fUW;with

: ': =The': : Jte1oKd'c1teck_ 'lorto losses from vermin (sometimes'amounti&g her is preposterous;' .. nice oranges, the ywW bmg w> Imvy

S2Jiio. ,.1. the in this climate to half or two-thirds. Mesopotamia, once supported millions that'many limbs have:',brokee<< -"::down

: ""Fa, ":_:J, lnttt..a. :ati .upottfer' ", where-weevil! .abound), the loss of i in and is nevi practically a desert, and lost coflaiderabk. : fret t.'a1At;: ,

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..'. i,, .. .. ; .week 88 oars by Tessa,>R. R.and 40 carsbySayasaahJsteaaier. ::

'. t.'jf', ."; _":];-. -. ; .. The receipts of FIRST NATIONAL BM OF :
watermelons have beengaite' moderate : FLORIDA :

The bulk',of business has
good prices. JAGKCsoN.vILIE'. ,.
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lf-rMODUcs.
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Been in rake of.200 to 275 per car .
.,,w \CM'.irRBrm 7' with ari'occasional cai' of extra large The ,Oldest National Bank in the State.CEAETERED .
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a ".. ... .... q..ItVIi... JIIEtra'dIoIee and of small size .
...... llt u''',,,ftp taeiiMoM. .,. whfle poor reaching f3QO, some .
,.......-.i'..... '- ". e." nmgicg down to 1160 or' lees. MnskmeK 1874.. '. *CHARTER 1XT1OT2D: L184.WW ,..>

..uct.. -,.....,..1.If1f1..LIl11fJ,"'....,-.'{...>;.q.: J...-.'.,..a.- ';,...',........,.. Dot 75C WVZkdGtapl1 to I.OQ. CM are 'in of good them demand of when this".character very fancy.: couervatlve,yet libeixl'methods legitimate this bait hu achieved-the highest. reputation. fo. ;soll4Ry.. .,.:,,::.
.... .." but few are strength and ability to meet aU demands
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'......-... .;;;::...;,... cUriei .105 4.CO supply is-generally quite 'defective and drafts' Weburand.aeUCordgn.nd all of the world. domestic egcban>{e on the,mold fayosable .;drawing. .oar owa.' ; -
-L----I ......;..-.;.,..-a11.-..box. ..1.15ii poor Iota hare to go at low and unsatis We on Invite parts visit or correspondence,lookiogtoward"'- btaiaesi rel&Uoes,assuring; you,"UIat-yoai .'.,
c.Irtie4.-;.. ..... .os
., ......... to.andJIIerik. flct&1'1..rea. f&VorsshalUtaU times receive intelligent.and.oirefaltttenUc '- '- .'
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..-. ... iD Pineapples.-Ind.River reds, 24s, 2.50 '
em
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: ; JAMESM. SCHUMACHER, I, : ,R.- C. COOLER :
.wr..v;.bbl' '3 00 to 3.25. to 2.75 ;, ae.2.25.to\; ; 36e, 2.00 to r.resident .
011IoIII..,1'tI..i. ;...,,..S.. J-:crate.. .....' 2.25 ; 4&,1M to 1175: ;' other 'sections, : ; : _" ',,. -*s ,- Cashier.'QUICK -
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each, ,
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;*)YM9TABUM V > -v*.*_ \ J :AHD- POCLTEY." < .*' i 25Jo40,Melons-.Watermelons; Flat,.'pr to ch, "( >> .gene ;" J ,- """'
I Counted by Davis at Robinson.Tana BmtSUy Ems B.'
.;-.;. .....!- ;. buhi 0_ 5 per car,.125,to; 300 ; per 100, 12.00.ti9 -- It <.'_ __,
I' : .. ...dih .. .;r .4Q (0 t50 30.00 ; MuAmelonSj-.fericy; per bush:. '' aariuXSsaa 1871. -. ,-
=:!!. ....... .!..bbl WORK .. ..
'; .i. ;- 2.30s.i bask., 1.50/;-'poor..toiife.IIO.toimPeaches. >> : RE&FIELD'&'SON, '
.... .' ... .. ., .
,
;. .> ;, H r e. .J5 late to '-
Far eoutbera good .
i M :.r.?...I. ... :;ss .- In selling and paying for Fruits and V '
....!........;........ .bbl i.50 to 3.00. prime, 2.00 to 2.50; iItf&rioiper'; carrier,' .etable shipped to. us is oar motto. .WH trjmmiss on' Merchants = .-
'.:.;;.................".Ilattc. 1,00' to,'1.50aIId; : Del.; ,early percrate GIVE GOODS SENT US' BY GROWERS ....: ,-
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.. :; ,.....?;. d7cto, 1.00 / FIRST PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVER
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J8feIIr ....,.i....;...,.*crate 75C to 1,00 75.to 1.40.Plam&Botan ; BUY OURSELVES. They are protectedby n
-.. ..-.-; ;-.etch .05 to: ;to ; southern, per carrier, our 40 years experience without defaulting Fruit Auctioneers .
,.;...........:....t_ i...:!'.i::.....leaeh'.o3to.. .10 Ij00to2.00: &ac Md., ard Del, perquartr,4 a dollar. Enquire as to our,,standing ._: :
,l ra ......'!_..per4H:1nHadIea ,.15 to 5. -' .and financial stability which any.bank' or 141 D to c
.perdos.bttscfcet .13 .25We. merchants having mercantile.reports.can
eoa&.s..... .."..!........... e1 75, :Pear*.-Le Conto! ,. medium to fancy, verify-then try: u-WB'BJU.IRVH OUR < .We handle all kinds of,Fruits and.VqetaWet i,.. .- .
ciInd.;!.. .......!.;....Jb' -.i.4Jas 2.00; to 2.50;.Inferior, 1.25,to 1.50. :* :METHOD WILL, SATISFY,YOU., Bend either. at prjrate sale(whikh. '.has. beretoore.bie.
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..... ... ....; _. ..._....- to 30 '' Stencil and "
for
: ; -e; ; ;;; Eggplaht Fla., i bbl. bx. your name our quotations. .our custom)oib-the' scion systebl"reiently(
Tegetabtes. ,
... .Iut_... ...;;...;. .;.. _._ 15 .25 cards free Letters promptly answered.: .
.Y... -t..M-k ........ .'... ;...;;.I- 'J-J 1.00()( to 1.25;,, basket,,75 to 1.00 ; squash,. .- I added. tooth bUIn )UYft may desire.. .
,Turksper pound.gross., .12i foathern marrow, bbl cr., 1.00 to 1.50 ; FRENCH -: .. ') \,'
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AGO.
... ...'_... ._....... ,Mr ; 1
.... f .i. .IS .
.. .;_ ............,... .. .:25 to.. ..30b1uIdsel yellow, 50 to 1.00; white, 50 to 1.00 ; ... 10' .. : .
'/i"V..perdos .. .K tomatoes;Fla., 1.00 ; poor to fair, 50 to 116 Warren St.;,' New,York TENNESSEE'''CENTENNIAL.AT :-'_

..................perdos. lIo.demnd.callll' 75.; ,MoV I.WiD 235.". \.
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; .ji,.'....* ............'Crate 75t01.OO *< $ESTABLISHED 1835. '" '" :. t
,.. ......... .per bushel ..73iVlorida. : NASHVILLEAY .FTO .
f..i. "
( ... J'Philadelphia Markets ; I1 ; ,
.; ....... .. bbl 1.00!01.50
.ML.....per dozen bunches Done .it. :
'.'.....-... ........'..perbb1.' 3.00 I .. PBILADELI'BI, July 2d, 1897. OCTOBER 31.: .
Ul11s ._ ;; ]f ....'...crate i.ooto 1.05! Pineapples, Florida Reds, per standard Car Company have made similar provision .,
'""' ';''' :'!' !.''''." .bunch no demtnd for their This, work i is '. of the. .
......1IoH7....!'...pound section .1 .10 crate. 1.75 to 2.25; Egyptian Queens,2.00to passengers., The building and ;grounds
--............. also in the libraries' of nearly all the ,
...... 2.SO t03.00 2.50; Porto Rico .20 to 30;,, Smooth Tennessee Centennial in numbers and
:.- _.... ..-..,-..-..... .....Cftte''S .15 to .25 ''Watermelons S. C. Ocean,. Coast, Sound, Lake and RivetSteamers. ,
:r..- ::.:.......... -: .t ftCn '.30 to toe Cayenne ; Atlanta's
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!...;;,.; !. '....t..11ODU'a xajto 3.00 and,Gay per10015.00( to 30.00; Cantaloupes architectural beauty,surpass ,
.... .Be Ga. and Fla. basket, The AmericanNewspaperAnnual is an :
'o.- .qt 8. G., per and nearly equal Chicago The exIribits -
.6rw. ......r- -.. *'** ...;..*wW' .o5.to IOC 1.00 to 2.00> Le Conte Pears, Ga. and encyclopedia of newspapers'and'periodicals ,I.

> -**- Fla;: perbbL 2.50 to 3.50 ;'Plums,Southern published in the United, States,!Territonea !are all ready, and .are interesting -
Ai .. ',-. J Dominion of Canada and'olgazetteer (. ..' .
and ,
Tomatoes ; The -
carrler.1.00 to 2.25 ; instructive. live stock
and
New York,Market per t {! ". :
facts of the placesin.'whichthey
;
Florida to .75 to 1.25
,'common: fancy, "
.--Po*.toet.-Receipts' since. Monday Tenn. and MisflL,.'pert; carrier, .50 to are published. 'ee gazetteer facts display excels any exhibition ST. ;thekind

.n'llftV&t; rIOI.ate month' of t..the :.75Egg Plant; -Florida, per half bbl., embrace populatio litiC'l complexion. ; i ever;made., r c' ,,

iurrivabof;aoattorn, DeW potatoes .were 1.75 to 2.25; 'New-Potatoes, Prime select transportation and banking ftcilities. ,' "

'151,161 bW. agemat-290,511. lame i tie ed Rose, 2.35 to2.50; Reds, 1.75, to 2.00 ; leading products and .industries, andother The Midway.is great. ,.;.. _

Jut The market for new potatoes Median grades 1.75 to 2.00; "Seconds, Information which is ,of especial The Western and Atlantic Railroad; .'/

,hH C rftttw::-qukt. this week and 1.00 to L5;. Onions, Florida, per bbl. interest when traveling through, these. and the Nashville; ChattanoOga'and. .
while'prices h Yemde little fluctuation x4.00 to5.00. places.The. ::.:
.tho-" edency'bati been;ftlightly downward RKDFIELD &: SON.' work is published by N.:W. Ayer St. Louis"Railway,:run solid vestibule

loward:tiie ;e1o e. 'Eeoeipta baTe .. .. & Son, the well know Newspaper Advertising trains with Pullman's finest

:been -Ty hot receiere'have been able ,P O..&.P.R. R.Prom' Agents of Philadelphia J and .hag' ,sleepingcars .
'to find aa outlet.rofioient. to uae, theunTo l long been recognized as the authority. on ,"from Atlanta to, Nashville..,

-day".;uoiw: ./lighter\ recebts,' stock Columbia. Tampa for all matters of this kind.
tJ" nlnanni ,up clwely,aa4 the in&r&et-M :a $6.00.! : We feel confident that no more useful Do :not be ;imposed upon 1.' but be

11 ..most sales of Roes atabcmt volume can be found, in the.libraries of
...firmer were ticket reads The
this railroad will by
On 20th popular sure that'your
July
'" ..oo/'but. really fancy marks these cars and eteamers, and none :to ,
| ; ; : : :
from Columbia S. C. "
run an excursion ,
: will oftener be made. ATJANTICR.it
:
which reference
few
shade
brovght. a more, a extrasgoing WESTERN AND ,
theformer city .
to.$2.26.Norf1: 'iN. C. Roue,.-fr. to to.Tampa-1a'.leavl g The uewspaiwraof the 'country and the
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;op prme, 1.75_to'246 ; Ya."&N. 0.;:Pride.. of at- 5.00 P M.is;the Savannah center 10.10 of activity P. M."Tampa in traveling. public' generally will, we are AND THE NASHVILLE: CHATTANOOGA -

foe Soath,'1.82 to:1.87; Southern, new, sure, be greatly benetitted and gratified
Florida with AND ST. LOUIS R'Y.
South ,a go-ahead city great
; their convenience. ,
1.00 this provision'r ,
'No:3 to No.3jper,bbLV 16 to ipeachai. residences electric by ,
i
improvements, ,elegant 'r
bave received'sore aad'Nasmlrilfe
We
.;: lately between Atlanta .
-
: care. It ifl continually growing and ,. :
kte/ot TOT good, varieties! ,from It matters not whether the farmer; isbrOOding T '- T' '; "
'' adding'.to .its commerce. and manufao for beef butter ,he cannot afford '
Georgia and bUt Carolina 'i; only a few or Fbrslleping car berth, 'orafiyMnforraatioh -
dill, tMmM ve.been of.rea1lr' fancy qual1 : tares. to ignore the principle"whichnins, '
iiy.;;..moet of;them aria atasg'and wormy "The cigar making industries can* .here through 'all breeding' 'opera on -=that j about rates, hotel:or }boardinghouseaaommodations ..... .
in full
sad ttey generally' arrive m baaoondrtionT be seen development. like begets like ; .in Naah- '
very r '
the Cuban .
'A.Ti it electric to
by car .
Very fancy fruit has .sold :at A. beef bulls, ,are. being
: great many write .
is interest.
suburb Ybor City ofgreat vile all to .
eite =but for. the poor._lota ,any "Tampa, Bay,Hotel, ,ita: grounds with bought the East and are being shippedto .. upanor .
are accepted in order toforoe for Fhalls'will ese I C. E. HARMAN
-.' tropical plants is a sight that thousands Texas breeding purposes. ,
prompt.sale* r1 be used on the native Texan .
''
I 'J PeKecelpte of _t.HrD1A Conte :go to see. boatingand cows in order'that a better grade of beef General Passenger Agi:, Atlaita, Ga. _
is River
: There HUlsborough
k weft Uafy.and.the market,bad shape. fishing. The suburb of Port, Tampa cattle may be, raised. SPECIAL .NOT1cL TKei: trot Hd.trip ';,
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;0* Monday. few/early asks were ;made 'immediately: on the Bay. Here the If a cow is dried. off too.quickly,when rates to Nashville_ srg; cheaper 1 than' :

:galr'aage: of.2.00 to 8.00 per bbL, bat later steamers start for Cuba. Here is the near calving time, part of her adder often staying at .home. :.

>tesalvKe had to aooept 2.qofor..a tthe Tampa Bay Inn, built on piers in the inflames, thickens and afterward will not

best, ad Tuesday, ,many lets which' water, with. breezes almost constantly produce its due quantity milk.

4>IIW....tarried over; 'were,JItl.eoO"l.5.j ,deaoed op play ing about it" i. The poorest type of a cow'eats raven' 10.,51. Johns Co aty'oe; aertksmd
*abandonedforrrelfhtchfcrgefl.
Some
( .. 'WedDe wete daJ'seteamtier' For particulars! apply to IL Burns., ously' withoutyielding'' :either milk or one south of this city;,are lecatfd two
; frot'1.09 \'2.75 T. P.A., Columbia,S. (X, or I. >Flemmine beef in return, -and though practically large tobacco' platalioasa'owned! aad
ranged toP2.00e ,D; P.-A., Savannah, Ga,'or to A. eating up the best w she remains'"aa U1-
!wiih ...ides about 1.00 On 0..McDoflfiell, G.P.:Jacksonville, ;Fla. favored as at beginning.! 'Blindness operated by CabaiM,trho declare the

..- 'Friday' there was a little better demand' ... .,- upon this point leads to.debt, and ends soil to be adapted;Id the cultivation of
ihe euestaots. ooeld, not 1 be placed --' .
i w:!bat above 8.00 to 2-60,' sad some of ordiBaryat A.Great .OoBv8l le ce. for Travel in'selling the better ,cow., for the poorer a fingrade of.kaf' tobac@or They .
,
1 eoi aced to eelt:, ,-1J85 ) ,ere. will bring nothing. came here>sd meted without selicitationaad -

'pr L- tograpea PuPR'ar'aPalatce: Car Company have ,It costs no, more to ship :$10 worth of t withia a few years it"is pre- *' .

,"':'V.1aBq; ,N. added the American,Newspaper Annualto butter Europe than it. does,dollar's dieted t at'haHreds.of lMII"pIImi-"

i!INN' seats we M briag ;good pnceeMott .the libraries oh the "PennsylvaniaLimited. worth of grain: and as we improve our tiofis will thrive 'in.tlw4 *. HcdH.5: (. .
tti\e ." "Colonial other herds and our facilities the interest! in our -
:of receipt i Express"and
.w rte lie atone, : AU 1sati Ne"'s. ..- .t:
$1 .-> "
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: ite.+ltheiningriid about oasakble. testator, that ....> The.Wagner Palace products will grow' : : c.--- : ,-' ;'

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444: 7 Pe+.rarw_ ,._tfc: ; +.--u _"_ fife .. 7'' -... :J DD..Dm.1iKL JULT'ld.
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.. "" :;.:>- ,<')t. ,.. ; .. ..': ; over ; a good ;aopfts'ow 4 iVV4
::. ..:tA. .f" OTJiitJe tfina : !weatherfe assured( ; cotton : a1pres> _
", $ :. :.; r..,. 5f..t... t the. ; ; rdotng fine \ f 't _
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aage county ;andr pineapples. being .
,.. 't. .t 1't" .t' ,; : :' .
.. n ;" 'bt *
from same section i Cornpriseso .
shipped : '" ..... .
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alp'btgh'teropernitlreat1>t? ,' iedo-Phis section had f one, of ... .
f E' ". .aY be:;fine, in Lake 'county: .:t -,'
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:d If 8 Dr"' \'IO I Tobtcco:peknuis and cowpeas doing the heaviest:ramsof: the season, some* '
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; : .... .=.. There basbeenmssMcJti Y"l '; : onenand onehalfjnches : "
:J < a Weu. ; Melon cro Jarge, Only .light thing near : 0: t
.
.": of l ".;cora : fell this will make 'ttrecsbump
:J a111Yproducts"particuIttly ; sfeowers from Pasco and :Polk counties. ; the: oraflge
: :

{ .,,be.u; ."IIre&1iad from" ,fairly well in'Likt tOimntywhere citrus fruits are it-Frank Horton. .;

.... i1icJi f-i Wftet< '
>t iiring, added mttohvgQt: \to::eera; Iatstyno damitge. 'Pineapple PbSfTS fiKTftE '
conditions good "aop'harvested } FLORIDA 'HOP
y crop ;,grape : ,
."- ,t.' e", aa 'ftfttAtiW''''---'.tobaCco'.- .t'r" ..'.. std heavy_during,' theWeek andjt waslarge; pineapple crop "; 'TU"" 1L' ..:

t ;. t .. ,':""Y i'.wbok.gctabkoWbde.overthe:thedirtribateOB of rainfaH Stateat ." ...frol...... : ,, -u Dade,-and- ,"3revard- -.. coun.ti' '-I fine and beginning: to.move to market; 'Florida Central aid l.{f emnsu t
-' orange trees"doing'well:-J:M. Rice;
'. :! uniformity/the amounts. wteM _- NEW THROUSH, Rout r.
.. ,4",_ ....' *-r **fcfTI jmZ M*T"W...". .. :3 'miel OarreepondentaWESTERN i Zellwood:- rand cloudy during .
'! < y New York to Jacksoaville .
".. > .tral.counties. The'"dry weather' ,hataU.crops ; first, part oHreek; heavy:rains' 'Friday New Florida Pennsylvania BJCtoWashtnfton. "- {'

.? 'f' J :.. hJad TIID.t .tk. *; -* "F:from...tt ;* ,, DISTRICT:. and&turd y. J. A.;Wiliam! n., Northern and I Columbia Southern.,':p'lotids.r0eatrat"z R&llwayto&, ,'-=-

:..\'...... 7.iftU1l W, a Hot 'but .Atr,Line. Peninsular to all ..principalpolnUlnPlorida. to ,
Tarpon anddry:
1gs
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woedvzfeHa ;
d.
( '' inggo; showers : .
....:.emoted r. .. .. i rp etlialt. ri lMt s 'pliuxorslt "t! o;weeks 'recovered and vegetation,ji suffering sS than*would Cincinnati to Harridan Juno'ClDclnnatJ. -
Q a week-Corn'wiltonly ; crops ., tion by Queen Crescent, ,
.... be expected under'thejcifcumstahceiC
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i biI\hiYB t : are-1 looking'very'well; yeathe/Varm; : ; HarriI JuBotJoa to A&e
iW.y
r.. --' :.f.. ". ,::..i "'i 1-.t,; cotton crop: ;fine.';putting ''on fruit; .,D.. Webster.. ... : Aih Tllle& vllle and.Columbla by.8outh-:
;:are&.MaYlCl4. l DWfd .1. if ern Railway, and? JnorjdsCentral
Y : : 'onehaIf'crop wjll 1,'be hirvi ted: I pentstopis' fine ;c people will V ;start.i. Clertriont -The 'generdus: ; rains F .hlppt ng next( reik.1 -H. G. Lewis: the have greatly 'befie-.'
4 Cotton ....thoug'h' small' "ei ra1l : ; past iew ::days .1. Cincinnati to Jacksonville by ,
:.
'- I '" .. 1.--.L.-! '100Q't .... ff.t.'k.we 's QimCH'e:-=Weath r.has, been' very fitted all_ < row ng"vegetatio.the.. corn Cincinnatiand* Queen & Crescent to Chattanooga. -
.
.Southern R'1.to Brer-
fo o. kc and hot but shower last crop.promises to,'.be',fine tobacco is }
:... lBOIItare neekd' 'potstoes'Larg! .. dry a good ; Florida ette;Florida Central & Peninsular
'ppIt'l.. .coat. rrthltl.. :e bight; crops looking? very:well ;;- potato growing:'n1cely,and; so are peanuts, Limited. points.to all important Florida
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: lower peniasuk. ;r ettinf. l3lKbehind.-j.> : : R. Johnson. cow peas and_ kaffir 'corn;; "watermel Kan aa' City Kansas City. Acct Scott ltJaekeoh111e

IYtsIeiit"1JGiriiIi.' : ons have been,>af large. "crop.-Jno. B. Memphis to Birmingham B.B ;So CeatNl.1

Chipley.-A soaking ,rain has visited'thispart Rosenberg., hro' Line j to Everette;Fls.'
.t 1. 1)e-rti: l of the week was dry \ Peninsular to all''Fla;points.
to "v !"'t ttperatntes;'followed,J:bj of the county,'which,may Limona=-Having Had.rain re.or St. Louis to Jaw kMitU .by

.)fwell diaarlbuted Wins, oust.. ,,por sare'ihe corn crop.: -G1. Wi Johnston ,less the 1 last. five days have.been favorable Holly Sp'Bocte. 1-Cairo Illinois Short Central Line to toDuQuOin HoUylMta.Hamas ,.

t h i scambtI .J e.e"()i{" ;Bayhead-No: rain_ ; very: dry' and .for growth: ; orange'' ,trees 'are .. City, Memphis 4.ffirmingham -

;*GL'$ Washingtonotli ti;sr.1 wara;"corn;,'crop, :undoubtedly .muchcedVby ; growing; finely, .and 'some: 'trees 'are' ,J 11'110 ;Pverette to BlrmlBgbaaSou awf Pr C.&P.,

., Lie.sectk rc f{these'counties;how>:,i drouth;!other crops sufnmhy bl00ming. -E., E.,Pratt. Stout City&:Chloaro to Jaok
..".' .:i kring farmers have not had %2 ol1vUJ Ill. Cent. to Holly
Holly
A CVK;received! .utluHU'C1aa)1; ;rainfall, ; Earnesfville-: Crops generally growing Route P.'' 8p'p/I'Lt'" VrMj& B. to BtrniingnaIl -

.jfai; eporti"from Leo&fand/Wahk r i irirn,enough'yet.,,;; ('plant'; potatoes.GPOst .- well;,recen lyj)lan e sweet potatoes ette and!tie son F,.,0.R'&,p.to EverV -,

toa show the:general situadonunsatisfactory. -. !U...1 1 : thlt':sliavenot::: ,:rooted d ing'du ;' .' Lo '1lle'Naa1 'U e to Biftr"

'' 'Wherever'raih7fell i ;cropsVespowkd.quil ; r Geatsvilk--Still f dry,, .and. .no,pros rain now wanted;soHittle'rain;,''falling: New' .Orleans To }Junction route:with through; C. '&sleepers Pi only

,. jr:.a ndcorn,'cbUon,'pki < bect'6frab'corn;; falling down; cotton in' the middle of the day.to,what there .1ack.o'Ytlte'' between New Orleans'-.and

<, t w,1,cane and!i melons l muchlniproV: n ;;if it,don't rain soon corn will was last year'.(same, time), makes bed ,, Thelr. C..k P, has 700 miles of trick.. in
f't ed. TlNEf local! Win. were particularlybawiAcial : a'' failure; watermelons l no good; feel the heat very much.;!Isaac :B., Florida running thtougbtho '

}.-couatici".near the GulfjNearjyall ; M. N. Coats: V .- .r bauo' '
,{ ; :: potato. sorry. DobelL 8tHlc Parmi.,and Dairy& *,

i ., .._": ". ,,crops. :laid. '....by_V'in"' ''iVa tisau-Some''-needing'rain, but. I Orange City--The rains have, started Orange,,Banana keaeAand and"tftMt'bmst..lAtw P 'Voutert/g,
: Pineapple
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.G )UBty.. Peaclies are scarce; mint.\that''we:have, had 'a season all crab 'grassj'ueggarweed- and cowpeas PA. ,
r .ftoo6 tCf b- ng'cttt} Lk ];:.crop';is aVoiind here l pear days. They in grovesgiving=}a 'greeD'.Colorrefreshing Other Fine Bedwry, .
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.1:s4 elrtIUin: ,b4dly: dstnb uted: 'inSi say,cotton is fine,' and this I rain' will to,the reye and promisidghumusto V Th great Hunting> cow Pia'd"---.i. .

-Hokecf i+* *-+ coui. tr,:"aadT;'cotton'<-, ,'',corn'acidriot ; MW &ake' corn look good.-;.John : the groves, 'which are,doing Has BeM16u the best haNoted lands for tillage,greatest variety

<)BawM doing well'* .*.weetgottttt)"> BaWGIen. nicely; a few who had a,good;stand, of of soils in the State,and abore all|,
:t' fl4BfflbackirirdIJff : Runs over the Central iRldrelftnd
-. )Northern District: corn are toppingit.-S.: Mi F 'i "'J.'D. I I.:1: '- i Southern.District A Prosperous' towns i titllfi,route land it offers
f Switzerland-Very hot and dry : the beet freight facilities:for any produce. to
: V r. 3 .'9I o.fl7 ,_.. .. t ''vedtta!. Ple the Northern markets. Ac
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over a large section, but general : Friday; a good today; Jupiter;-)Pineapple i shipment, ,have Send a180forthebe8t: map f.J1orldaIe.( t
'cropc ; irifl save-allthe: 'late" considera- 1 l free.) and note. the towns on its route.,
'rai M'Redid _to aeef-itlllt'i "serfs.a I 'l crops; been heavy ':dungY!! ;, althoughthey A.O.J ODONELL6.P.A..J;

D4wWther:MB wwajrwLsweetpOUtO.fj.plaMiBf.liBfuredrcorn l>l lc early planted com beyond help; .have begun to be less.:, Very soon : JUDoBnu.1A.,

"melons'".!.:dvId iwanjge.tfeeiVgrdwin: $finely, and'con- the bulk of the crop will have. been 't

\ \ < stdmble budding bung done.-W. C marketed; some 'pineapples'' have TFVL&pjNIiI1" I. L
/vegeUbk*. S tj ii t by'criers local t ; j just .
\ fox,-khCli';:l pipvemti1nco ( Steele. begun to, bloom, insuring a'. small; OMe to' '
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_.. : HtH ti scattering late -J. W. ''Gronk. ;
.. $ onrbps' are generally crop. ShlppeMMe
ihontfcrnj9ottoA'..... r-eaiBM; $
V oat&id sreetV: .nbtatoes. 'Corn crci"' ntfreiiied J bjr the shower of Friday;the $den-ThisJhas''''been. layvery: hot. TII i Shn t t 'iii f ,
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..* 1.J's c -WfclutKik.VflAAVVn, ,'caae,'' materially..- j.-.N. Bradt. shipped, and nearly,all are: ,preparingto :: IK

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+ i-- ij sbort'1n Nat'J"au'#county*'' ";-iijAvwilllx II'W t wfj (scattering; com.crop is almost weather to clear up, land and bum: is Improved;better equipped Ventilated Ulan can eT"; Hm'epanr ever..to..

OiHlook goodwltk*V peaches slid T'ViartpySHto 4- a toolilrt: 'in some-.parts of the trash. Ti E. Richards.' .., handle the Orange: and Vegetable.Cr I.u4 '*
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'pr r :jdes-eva fi yJbyshow.: are Section,Director, Jacksonville; Fla.. .
tont=J.sHcLMBraoos. tcliaage'or delay.PerirtiWe .#. v .a'
t.t Li ;i;eiriypla pooriiprM eketfis t .'e':, ,freight weal'fer d
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'*-- -;-..- trgrewtkiaadi.eejorv j 'Jt.Th* 'emu ji.-Rains: light for,the.last: 'People, from ,every; 'section( 61the! : s t4vted time paaitaf,vrkHW Janotion -
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t wl _i..v:: 11e.i8 Baker eeu'orR'twenty; days,'corn, .crop :cut country who came to:.Gainesville!.,,ye! AIr elabDl for. .overefatffea sat loss."pi11 *
,}j : llwheia heiiry.tr 'IbM ou.tlKV id sett;;'i sugar,; cane,: ,sweetpotatoes, terday state that the crops throughout atijatte4 +- ',.
o-,: 'WiMiN; :M"": and :-See'that;t TWI neMi"e marked
s : cow:pea* cotton are looking;well; the county we picking up woaderfully !
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<< J.II\Mt.'O-eetione eltited.M fruit crop. satisfactory( ; peaches and aud that the is better
prospect now. much : For Information eaU>oa or ft44reaa."'ulytj1L -
Jrik C Mi tloi i.tB!'" (6A1''> gr 1 pears!are.ripeaing.--L.,,P. Tracy. ,than 'it .:1ias ) ra1".eeks 4erlrned \ ** --'

; r...... .. iUa; et i L ,'!kaalf iyrojH idoii i g.very' well l;; 'theac: ption 'of a' .Wrctch, 'agoWith. ,'6f. 'rW.L'lUOKJIt 0 S. K. ,TTAT.teU.;;A'A'iOria mV<
tJ '}. II ; i ;, ; ,t1'ilc : Jutvy. i.:.paswd Over'--- the, southeast country- .near.We:.StZWaxt e i fc veridcrops -i ; W.a..fl1 Q.'JLB, "j_'lraT._'" r "hI. _

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$F' ... TWHAVEN URSERIE"S'j this:time ,every educational gathering rpHZ&TY. dBdJBjr THOUSAND BeedHnr Grrfrot NUR88RY. Tea TWM8 A old is*

;' 'J .' "" ..- ,.. ,.. .. 1r:, in: the\Statehould have on, i its Alto aSPsandrinei .. : ValedA'aie;;
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/f' > .] ,Fiiw Stock;"of.OrqUI at1. dllt ed''1 Prices. .program.some exercises calcukted to Lesson,_dar .SeedleM Eli' a
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: : ? i interest and instruct the public. Teachers Browa'a and Enterprise brHi. ft'
: -:: : -7: : .. Grapefruit! stock 5 Tears old. Bads grown tostakes. .
:PMflonBrown -T should leave no.stone unturnedtoinduce Trees very fine and sure to please,botk
Baby Amory St Michael JaflGi Wash. Navels
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J&feBloodsv ,
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.' : the attendance pf u toqaaHty price. Write, u*. BOWYB*
(..' __. :. .1.;.. ., N ,*- parents. .& STHPHHN8. Ukeland. PU._
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Mothers'should to '
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: SflSP QHOOHCATSNNKCHUILOTTE ROTH6chfld. -
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y < ; J"d he schools, to inspect aU the. surroundings Abbaka and Golden Queen Pin '
-4 ( :=* :, I fit ..$5_; !er loo,.t..o. .\ liplo| ;offoa 5W3k>te. to the moral atmosphere plants;;fer sale at Modelo Park Haery.nnsatii if'1
,,,,. .. ..: t. .. ,study ed. Address ORLANDOa PJII'.
-1;:,' :, -' ( ;" 'UI!!.'i-eeB are.beaded.::"woni rJ h emon stock's about' 1inch diameter. 'Buds 'whichpervadesthem, and, then, ; FRUIT CO..C.8.VaaBo ea,Orlando,Fla.'
= k' ,1 6 feet high fi t krfln and true to '"5-12. ,
4 : ; everyreepect guaranteed name. In their gatherings, talk of what they

'J ',; '* ,M4reaex: ,R_ EICHAKD_ 'KLEMM, Winter Haven, Fla. know is, and what they feel ought to You,Should See

be, the condition pf the schools.) -State Those 3.000 two year King buds on 4 and 6

Supt,.Labia. : ,. ,C.year W.stocks.FOX The Vina.most Lake pro&tabtooraafe Nurseries Frui grown u
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Park Fla. 6-s-tf.
;HE LAKELAND NURSERIES -' ; '
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:' ."' : ..:t : : WE HAKE A SPECIALTY OR:8BBDLB88 CITRUS FRUIT TREES. EXCELSIOR EVAPORATOR.! _\,Glen 8t May,Fli .

-'p : r,::' .. POMELO".!(. ....!), JOPPA',.LATE: -:ORANOB '(Seedless), TAHITI LIMB ((5eedess! ) I Ioguefree.Addnnx.ewatspswraQ1dMq Beet,Che, est k Mast EdUM oa tit mirk t O,U.I ;Fine Nursery Stock.
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::L' : Mr .. ) \ For neat 60 days will sell Fine Ckros. Nursery;

," ,f, ,. :" 'C.d? ..: ARH.PROPRI. TOR., Stock at large discount. Bead for price! Ust,
-' "***fi.s fcJi *<-- !!HTANL S VILLA'LAKg NURSBRiae, FruHltad Park,",
'" '. PO HANS .__h6''tM1IU.,,,,, Fla.. / 6-s-tl. ._
; ,:; :. .''O jtG'EEi .dN;; l1E AND MEtO FREES.E are Stronger Handsoae

.,' ;,';;j.:"' "".. 'Road"fur" l"' ri'r.-s,1IJ!! IIi! t.if.t.t: .:.......", _'' $........'y".v"luawD--.- -- .. .,. PLA., ,-. ,., .,,, "YOURThey.FOr no sal rnora."'by than'Bardwara the old rpBOROUGHBRBD.L; ..Brfaidletad white, Bull one Terriers in whelp for by ay sale doc f
-.;\.;.! I *1b .. generally bat.tf,not !la Fritz I pare'white e giKe to registry. Ado
t.t3 your Yicinlty, write tb dress R.B. JIfa uHordnie Fin.t .
,-\ ; *:KAM BULL ;
"- j ".r, y:pinery is up'onregion. .. 'lrl'( For Market ,110I. ,faetvel'L Send!?*" lv&br 'S ',: .

.,,',.4.; : i-. . If ,out injedbyany iinJu E'of* ; a. pointer on'market- ofbTtikeel e, trIdfreL ooooo Pineapple Plants; from fj: per K,>
: ;'shIt er : tKat according to vsrtety. AU orders lam or":
t we discovered while smaD given careful attenUoa. JAMBS HOLMBS,'

'. .; .ha hyed throughout thejrrowinters i buying JChristmasjurke/s! : ''in i the, city. Jenson Indian River Fla., 6-sg-is. :.l
tha*'hape'bees3 known "DlI'lAnlY'WOXES,New IrHftJa.C. '
; market; .and that,is the superiority I Have Them.

t .. .i- S uth Florida for over'a half 'cen- the medium, sized turkeys over twentyto 40,)00) fine Orange and Pomelo Bad oa L c,

;; y; and now.are_ripening .a: crop_ of f twenty.four pounders, as sellers. ""CENTRA-WORD" OOL, UMN. and 6 year stocks wsut to sell lOp 00: ia. :
60 days by discount. VILLA,LASS NUIKS R%
{" ;. fine apples as WIS'eer" placed -on People, as'a'rulej; : :.' t' Baitow' market and 'averagingt one week 95 cents three weeks so cents Noth JUNK PLANTING. 10 coo BsAkd Ors
turkey, at one time to lay a banquet PR
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't : ing taken less than 25 cents., ange.Lemon and Grape Fruit Trees free
-r than an apple ,to'.ihc,hflL;, Afany spread,. ,and consequently they pick Advertisements" for this column. MUST be preoaid. from aildJseases and fatects. "White Snererbeen /;' baa,
have two and three, **..*..*"- v' ia.this sectloa. Prices: to suit the;
-- um thing.smalb or,not:exceeding $end'no stamps larfer than two cents. 7i Uaies. '. MAGNOLIA NDRSBRIB6, &t'I'lflri

;::. l'five fine l large anD i' u"t. ; .'1 > .. Initials,, .and figures.cosnt. .as....one. 'word.;;. fc *rion.Ce..J'1ai-.D.Waite Haaafer.
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tdr eys always sell first; "INEST VUELTA ABAJO TOBACCO STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Sebatddbtck'S\;
4pissesfrom: my.pinery Persira- simply ,because they are more ,suited JC' BED for sale,specially Imported, ;three Nuaans,per 1,000.,.00.:,
: dollars a pound twenty-five cents an ounce JULIUS SCHNAbHIvBACH, Grand Bsy.Aft '
Park(more for,the purpose of let in fslze to the,wants of the ordinary postpaid; should be planted at once for fall
r i' : our'' people ,know. what we can crop. J. Corrigan? ,St.. l eo, Florida.A IRRIGATED GROVE, 100 aeres. 10 years set' Ire
family. Then the ,smaller: gobblers ; SO In other fruit trees, _+ 4
.U :l ;in a':'this' county: than.for' any go/and lastl tfie'pride of the flock- Stl intend joint out of the chkkea business For ale at a sacrifice. Adore "F," 1J- .
: Palms Lane Park,Lake County,Pta.
t11 offer entire lot of Game chickens for
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'' '' -. geit"tom in he sale Viz: War Horse Seminoles and Chsopei .'4-io-jm.
f Polk county? is Dominique. Address&; B.Bull, Brtdfordnlle i
; pple usually goes at a discount of two or Fla : UBUIT BRANDIES AND'WINES I'oai
: 1" j"-' ..,more firmly established as three cents a pound less than the less 7.J- ale from5'I per smites., Bead for oriee-T. 'i
... list andamplees to J.B.i..t TAGNWtnder ,
r. a l months go by. If( the reader er weights.- sTRAWUgRRY'PIANTBClouds.Newnan and Park ,
Lady Thompsons. New
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::y.;, -J key weighs ten tounds JI. FOB HATCHING Je T;: .&

.. I'' ",'.Ii 11 ii| fchs/r I Mi'tjrrmag i tf ; ,: dreseedrie! ::plenty l large ill_ Lawtey, F1a.._"_ ..,.. ._0 7-S.II." 8i.oo EGGS per is.anti. PI mouth Mss.Reaa'} elf It. y,'I

> L dt elio The peeplrt,don't ;wane* a B OIU. D DEEP:and BONE For:;s 1e-$, -s tate, FU.PR8ERY ,
too ponnds..Adsepnre bred poaKry. < K. \
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llk I Mckfnief at 3 as big as t<' th log.. bilt:theyd Jacques proprietor Dd Poultry, Yards ...- .BEES at Bedo e4 Prices,

:,. iteBi f e Bu t t turkey. r. 'i '. nand J a.ll1a.. 1 ._ "':a _i...,.' f .J"" laordn, wilt todese reduce oat oar sera aU stocktrees off
we stem prices cm leadiaff
:' re=been three .years m getting-the, ems to us that there is a good' ST'RA.WBERBPlantsA _, I,varieties' Send ia your orders ear1iiM '
PHENOMENAL c W. 1tK.
up to this stage".of production, deal of room. for improvement 'i inbreeding few: fhouund plants of this f-2 -tt Braideatowa, Fia.
kx have deal.of wonderful variety;also Lady'Thompson and Improved -
a good
spent money for the market. Thata .
turkeys Newnan. Write for .. kcmont FOB SPRING BITDDINO..
BUDWOUD
...... the operation. But it pays.- Byron bird'snorter' in legs and,neck, and Strawberry Gardens,0.B. Ward,General lUnagcr varieties sale at $4 per 1,000,5;;
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t ; c 1 Winter Park, EL .. 6e6S Centennial,'Homosassa, Noapariel and Msjoffetifc +
."' ley, in Bartbw Courkr-Irfform- ?;full in the j breast,* could be more ., .... a c .. *' .ws.. -' X.. _.__ are per. 1,000. Satcaeia. Ttnfriaet, ParaoreBrowudfuroi |
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cable ( ie thatrwould\ bs'' meaty: : ;: The .uis. ,.Amory Ruby BJ0911i
..': b $ } E'VAPOIUTJt'.YOURFRUIT 4 and |teieos are |8 per 1,000. Klag. ''
: result of the shipment f trie and plump; and capable of ,taking on the neamost' Kariy Pineapple and Harsa's Seedless art| ."|
:' f::. of whiter ;from the useful! little implements about the per loo. AH buds warranted free torn ail,iattctj.
..... crop ; grapes a great dear or fat. house. Does the work without cost while pea and from bearing trees. '
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::>. :j J'I ira vineyard; north'of.'thacityf The taU rawboned you are using, the stove for other purposes. W. K WIMBLK ,
:: .: i heavyweight, / Sent with this paper for one year tor&.QO 6r 6-tf Brat Weetflm. Foe. '
,- not,been as safofftctory aa was antfceii I toms that weigh twenty-five to forty, Address the editor Bor 641 Jacksonville, Fla : r,

fion ike ffood nices irMliied : ads suited ; Don't You :r.t ,' e
to ", hey be to a barbecue A FWOFgYIl[ 'ERIALGRAPEFRUITti. ... .. ,
I '.but'they nol( the kind _1--IOKSIUwfua: .t of all tkj UB:' ;;.:::
( 1. .are' : .that buds for sale,free by mil At sixty cents = '
.' r [few of the earlier shi Derv the with per hundred.",Ed Burnley Keuka.l.&te, FlaTlfOSQUITO ties of Citna_Trees oa 4S a *4. 6',.r t
sized
man Ian ordinary market f.lH Discounts accordteg to the'of offers. 0. W,-'

f'...;. ''h' k City brooght $4 per crate, but, basket looks for: when he goes to FOX.Lam Villa Lake Nurseries' ,FraMtead'- Park,-. .Fk.. *
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... A.n saarket' seemed to,lower at once,, the-citjr market FAKAXYZKK does the work. .
"" ? : ilL; Price,post p eands.. Bemlaole Co., T ODIIANAGRASSPA9PAHFMPLA.
the :
Y ', t-"J avenge pricethulifar.obtained There would be more demand.land I Daytonaj Fla,. iLOR 6-i>4 JU tycaule),best grass for. latest tern -n""

'-kit been only about M cents per ttfsaleJor.turkeys. all the year putar Sets'r.Io per IMS, bytxattf al
t nd. The, :of toil vineyard 8ALSmooth .Cayesee and Abbaka ceatsperhnndred.poctegcpald. t'K.F. Wa ,
crop through :'i if they were grown more Suckers and Slips' & Petenberz Pixeap. Lawtet.Pia. _, :."":,
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:' t : r. Campin the superintendent says pIe Co.,&to Peter urg.Fla. &-11.18JKnVrBWisFORMLE'c
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; a to compact body? ,. meat, .... E1 B BXOHANoE.-BU n (}I"IW.x
; 'ir.. W practically all gMhefed byte; and ftVthinfor .r trees and badwoof eaebtege,
large: :' "
: ( size/and; coarsecfe tfeeUed Hooded PlyaioetBiB ...........'= ,
.',,;,;.'':,,!-L" o(this :or the earl jr past M rt e.=H. B.. Qrecr, yin Midland sound.- and:cleaned Apply to"*Very MUlef&.Boecfcer.Oriasdo:fine.oaatttflarje,aad- fewis. P. D.WAITS,Bedew,9de.- 9gI...1l::
wtre'maiie .;
._..... ': ..'B\:.. The first shipments Poultry.Journal.Here' Florida. 6.1.. JHS mHOROUGH-BRED MAMMOTH LIGHT{
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:--<;:, New.York City, bat .ihefpricef;"so "'""i' '. I '. X BfaauCoekerelsattPlyaoaUi ..hi... ..... to.....?
"", Rock PalteU,$rwteaers. MCII.,: PMa
';;:t-'" '.., becoming low there this .marketabandoned is truth BARGAIN 8ALE-Flortk Ore* Grore* '
.j. a ,..not appreciated. estate. Superior lo tios; fraH Mac.GO.IIP8 "r
.. .: and Southern cities Unless: ,a. teacher thrbujgh-nis: :teach J : easy fifteen per cent.next year.=Awry & Reynolds 6mt 'LMJLab> 1 1O ._'."

:.;,. .tc shipped, '-io.: Charleiton;: At-- i liig, can enter Into.theinner, life of a Mount Alto,FrotHs &Co;;Penaa., 636isTxokOUGBBRna WOK....I.U.ICacn Two;,. Leon...aotaty fee atosk fuss fsa aekrel9 a..1 p::

."" ., .. : -v SavaMAh" Memphis. .,Kfioxville_ ._ _, child,,a$ through that into the life of POX BOttND&-Po SAUl tobeccofl'OWieC.- w.*.CII MoJd1oIIt.a-_ 't,
a, i fm *+ -r ? "ycza fleeD Flea. .
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"Iii;;,.'i"t'M 9f f; 'Ve,,:. .. acaers,.do not Address t1.ol"P.TS: : *d'Hlt,Fbut5,* Nt1B8DI', iT_ t lOlt.
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>, C: season"ale a whole; has ... ..t iIIt"" '''Iow..
/ fl respect ourselves as teach IOVJtoet.at Msyr>waaasaahie
?: laixk ) TXfi SAIX-A. lot flf se difer Pomdot butts 6 c. =
b e satifactory.--Of ) Star. do work TI. Lalteliei. .
1 t' ers, nor we magnify r' ; as J: avenfiiMabovthalf a to tkree-qarter: chew
.. <, ,. :' "L candidate : tediasteter7iMtdieee0 and AbUka PiH-1Hp&. 1TART's un Aft .1'UIOJr'oWJ( ,
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Ci f iD'sayagejleave York on following : : '
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July Monday July 26., .
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of Macon will handle I freight only'not; carrying passengers ., .
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It&ionCaptain:: Savage,_leagea_Boston:onollowing i .da ;.,- / J -r:: .- 'TBTELMERSGEO.' W., CLYDE'. '' AND. BELAWABE"1 .

: --'4-;-'"- V J .Saturday* July 3. --1 '*- Monday;"July'1S. 'i. ; .. Are appointed to s&&.as CeHowai..t. ;
fc Wednesday Joly 7. *: >;.v Friday,'July 2iJ.! :: ; J-'f.\r., *.."
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'!. '.e B*-le attanliotf 'i Vegetable and Fruit Growers*!* called W the fact that complete and ,.e&' \ '

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