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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00139
 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 31, 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: UF00055765:00139
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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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/-'Q' LITY.. BEST' $SEES( .:fi0 PIi1fI2fi.\. t M1y.

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worthless; some of them we find to be valuable. Our handsome Illustrated 65 Page =
Catalogue givesyou the information that has) cost u&a groat deal.of time, and a great deal
Eyerythmg y ';ft.the() South. 0' of money to'learn. In addition to our largo Florida and Gulf Coast trade we ship eztensivey .
: to other countries.We sold over$1,000.00( ) worth of trees last year to one man !In Mexico.

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fo. ,356 Varieties MILLION'and a half trees. Over,300 acres.
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'PINEAPPLES.DO i We'hear i it advopated,by many fruit 4* inches in circumference, and,its

growers that one year islong enough flavor is perfect. ,

to allow a trawberry bed to bear,that It is a splendid shipper, berries all
YOU'KNOW
it is a loss of time as well l as money to ripening on cluster-same, 'time and

a attempt to clean and prepare a bed for they were known to keep forty days ,

second year's crop. in glass show-cases at'Raleigb Exposition -

RUSSELL ? '' ; In all my experience with this fruitI perfectly solid.

: \'f:. have never seen a year when the The vines are prolific bearers. We ,
first years's crop paid as well as the gather as an average 334 pqunds per

Every Grower second or even the third, all things square yard, but have gathered as
being equal.I l. many as 17 pounds to the square yard
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the thickest.
have kept accurate account of the
pf .Fancy Pines in cost growing a bed of strawberries The grapes' usually ripen here in ;

eastern .Noah Carolina about the ,
.. and I find ,that the first crop twill cost
'1st of October. No southern home'
from two to three times what the two '
ought to be without. this variety.-Al-
will The fruit
succeeding ones cost.
.. : { the Country Does. from my new beds in '96 cost me just len. Warren ,in Southern' Florist- and

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five cents a quart; the fruit from the Gardener." '; ,: .:

: The Celebrated INVANHOE and FAIR OAKS 'PIN RIES 'are known same beds this year cost me about two Fertilizers for Tomatoes.

throughout the UNITED STATES as producing the FINEST FRUIT EVER PUT and a quarter cents a quart, and had
'The effect of various chemical ele-
ON THE MARKET, not the frosts injured my'beds so thatI
To produce Fine Fruit you must have would not have'had to sort, they ments and salts 'upon growing toma
toes have been tested at the :Marylandexperiment
would have cost me less than two centsa
+ FINE, PLANTS. 4- stations. The conclusions' '
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arrived follows *'I I
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are as :
I have for sale more Fancy Plants than any Grower in the Country, and a ,Iris such an inexpensive as well'as Muriate of potash alone appearedto t. '
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NONE. effective method which ,
reputation SECOND TO by we renew ,
Purchase your plants from the PIONEER GROWER of Fancy Pines, and you and prepare our old beds_for a,new increase the crop very much. Ni '
GUARANTEE that plants are absolutely TRUE TO NAME. trate of soda alone gave'a better crop
get a your crop, and the growing of new beds is. '.
Price List now ready. WRITE ,AT ONCE of tomatoes than any other element.
much more costly as well as uncertain,
GEORGE I. RUSSELL Orlando Fla. The complete manure, composed ot
that we preserve,our old beds as longas
nitrate of 'soda muriate 'of
I BOX 614. there is_ any possible show 'of a fair potash
of fruit. and dissolved bone, gave ,the second
crop '
best ,
A neighboring fruit, is now crop.
grower
In.all cases but two, nitrate of soda
strawberries from beds
gathering and muriate of potash better results
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Southern' -.a.. which were set five years ago, and the '
were derived from a mixture of two .
yield this year is fully threequartersof
fertilizing elements than where
his beds which small one
is no
year-old ,
used alone. Muriate of
was potash
jRailway. affair he he will have about .
as says
, I bushels alone has a tendency to produce fruit
100 an acre
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free from weeds and
", reasonably grasses.
fruit. and nitrate
Nitrogen :potash
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-v' and for the first it!
kept so season,.
1n.ptTf'.T.VAW DBAWIIO BOOM: OARS, DINING,GABS, .of soda gave the most fruit
\ '..r":. does not take so much labor to grow .
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-,-- SEOBOT702BTABE: GOAOHES,.VESTIBTJLED TRATN8. several remunerative' crops in succession

w ,. The, largest shipment of fish made ..

( : As soon .as our beds are through from this place of late was that of .
NORTH EAST AND WEST. '
fruiting we mow !the vines,'and when Wednesdaywhen the aggregate of ...
dry enough, burn them. This will destroy four fish dealers here reached ninetysix '

'TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TUB EAST. I all weeds which have started, barrels. The shipments of Thurs ,

besides killing many weeds which day were nearly as :large.-Titusville

Washington and &utbwestera Limited, have started, besides killing many Srar.William ',

L J And the United States Past Mall seeds which have not germinated.As Coldham,of North Gainesville .

< MMBHlMMHpMMBMMHWHM- H M soon as new growth of vines appear, is in receipt of a letter from 'a #

OIL il'.HotmliAOIS01mLLE TO WASHINGTON. we start the cultivator, which is kept friend of his,, a Mr. Ley bourne, now J

' ,': going often 'enQugh' during the re living on Sanabel Island in Lee coun-
ONLY & .HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YOB!
mainder of the season to destroy seeds ty, who was formerly a resident of this

and keep the soil in a mellow condi city, in which he states,that he is just
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IIII..p0ee4 of laUrt hUman Sleeping' Owi and Hotel 131*-
IDa Gut through without chang to Washington,&1 me i tion. The runners are kept off by reversing planting'' his hot beds for tomatoes,
' P13iLdeiphi*,'N..York Mil the Kurt the knives on our: Plate: Jr. at cabbage, etc f which he will set out. in

every, other, cultivation, which cuts his field before a great while. It seems

THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM:SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN and turns to,, or from the, row as de peculiar ,that just as this section are .
: : winding with their shipments, the,
'i. JACKSONVILLE AND'NASHVILLE.tkmgh sired. .up
By winter we have as fine a standof truckers 'doWn there are beginning 1

f : : Steeping" Cars Daily Jacksonville to .. plants as'we could possibly get by \0.prepare for planting a new crop.
resetting and at a I great deal less ex 'Florida;;is truly a great State thoughits

Cincinnati",via Asheville! Through the pense.Another. wonderful resources are just in.their e

I ULAND,OP-THB SKY."' advantage of the old bedsis infancy.;-Gainesville Sun.

.. that the fruit is somewhat earlier, Jf you want to see one of the most

... ,kiMied ... iff. M to nftv, tttadnlM Iteepq... rll1rntl_; e'tdal a J7. and anything which will hasten ma- interesting sights in the country, visit
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wa. 1M JHUI JELLXLVAY or to ooontotioniT
t' turity without i increasing the cost is Mr.. Brown's pineapple patch just

l L '1IIlXU,.'Y1oeikast Lgj, I12 West B 1.Street, Jsc ontW..Bits quite an advantage. to the progressivefruit north of Dr. Pelot's home Manatee,
In a corner of the lot. protected by A:
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This wonderful grape belongstothe under, are ,_
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:.' Renewing, 'Strawbe, .: but) ; one year. It is. believed, and bear anywhere in the United just putting 6n! : : k T

It'usedto 'be that Fr :ver, that with proper care, the States where"the temperature does not 'set out ab0\t.t ,ma th =

,kept their strawberries; 'beds should be profitable two and per- go below.zero. -' ..: em Win PI: : ".' etl.feral -
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r ,until: 'the plants ;wei e;';too" -'ips: three, seasons. Certainly manyof The original vine IS now. 'about suckers: r -

; had. ost,much of their\jtafi ; the best growers do not,renew theirbeds thirty years olcTarid,never;. To a person not'familiarwi{

the pendulum has swung .to annually. Regarding matter a crop annually. .' _'biIrues, of pineapple;coil_, s=

,1 the other'extreme"arid''some. eat of'renewing writer,in 'die, ,Farmers'. This is; byfar:' th )1.a rerelat o .1)l.tnal. .

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Grove' a Orchard.' ground and in boxes and never got ter front was desirable, so I obtainedt' Some,Reasons,Why I Go toFlorida. .; J
one to strike until I used bottom heat the one most convenient. J 4

in my green-house, 'and. then only in When the Director and J. E. Youngcame "I see the.papers, Fred, you in- .t
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Camphor'Rlroes. heat was greater than the atmosphere.When to approve the station they said, tend'going' to .Florida this fall. That_ : :

Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. they dQ root they stand still for "we are well pleased with the, 'site, seems a little. ,strange, I think,. for a- .i( ',

Having received numerous inquiries along while and grow, so slowly t|at but would not have accepted', it if you man of your age. You are out of '/i.:
from people in Florida and other far-better results can be obtained,from had selected 'a rich tract of land." debt, and.have a,nice' home, and lots 4.

coast States and.. also from Hondurasin fresh seed planted before the .berry is Marsh and I do not agree on sand of 'friends' and everything about you ;

regard 4o camphor trees'and their completely. dried up.' ED.' R MLEY.: soak land.. I call' it sand-soak where of a nature to make the evening of I.: .

cultivation, I take the liberty to writeto .Keuka Fla. everything.will soak or' leach life pass,pleasantly don't seem to '
away, '
your valuable paper in hopes that understand it, Fred. '
it will cover the field. Hl and:not to land with a good founda "I will tell, you how it'is, Worth. '< {
: There is certainly a very great difference White Fly on the China Tree. tion of -marl, clay or hardpan... I have My going South was all an accident. -
in the camphor trees'grown The Braidentown correspondent of tried this hardpan and find it to be a I never intended going South at any :
for ornament in, this State. One variety the Florida Citizen writes : The- recent good fertilizer; and at ,Fort Ogden time in my life. On the other hand ',
has reddish berries, is much rains here have caused the or- they drive three miles to the flat wood, I'had bought land in the Sacramento '
slower.in growth very brittle and tender ange trees to put on a, most luxuriant and haul it'for that. purpose., Valley in California, and had a fine -.
and easily affected by cold.. In growth, and considerable bloom. The "Marsh Poison' Marsh moved to plantation of olives and other subtropical ',':
the great freeze of 1894 and '95'they white fly, 'which has 'proved such a Colorado, and moved back ,without fruits set 'out, and intended going -, ;.
were killed to the ground ; the other pest'' and destroyer of orange trees, opening his goods, and I think he will there with my'wife in the fall '
variety' with dark foliage and blue has almost disappeared ,from those do the same'' when he moves to the "This turn about all happened this .
'black berries, is much harder and has groves which were. first infested, owing Pacific Coast, which he calculates to 'way., You know, Worth, the last two '
breasted the storms of the past" ten it is claimed,' to the rapid increaseof i do. Marsh.made a report that he pro. or three'winters have been especiallysevere
years without any damage. the "destroyer," as many call the duced at the rate of.$5,000; worth of on my health, and last winter '
The writer,has a camphor tree,.that grey and brown fungus. On the'place pineapples per acre, "under the shed, was exceptionally trying, confining t"
was imported from Eastern China in of the writer it was noticed two weeksago on the Sub-Station. This was the to the house for several weeks at a "
1884. It came in a small leaden box that the fly had suddenly left the fruit, slips and suckers combined. time. Some.way I didn't get stropg,, '
about ten inches. long. It.now has a citrus trees and taken to the Pride of Mr. Marsh is from the Sucker State, so I concluded to spend some time }
spread of 18 feet and about '30 feet India, or,umbrella China trees. Thisis and probably sets a higher value on with friends in Chicago and recruit. ,
high, the trunk at the base measures something we think remarkable, for suckers than I do. think I made a A storm commenced the next day'
23 i inches. It'has borne seed'for the we have always heard and. believed good selection, when the 'land will after I arrived. l took cold and was. .. '
last eight'years.. This variety 'can be that the'China,, tree was' death to insectS produce,that amount of cash per acre.I much worse, and after a struggle of
cut and mutilated and it will replacethe of all kinds. In our young daysin have a'letter from a northern man three weeks to throw it off, I confess,: .
damage in a few weeks. I have East, Florida the farmers would stating that W.. A. Marsh advised himto 1 was ready for most anything that .
cut off, branches as ,large as my arm strip the China 'trees of leaves'and settle about Tallahassee if he was offered a more, congenial atmosphere. .
and'chopped it:up and with the leaves berries and put them in layers amongstthe coming to Florida as the land about / "At that time there was a great enthusiasm 'ii
packed it in ,trunks and closets with corn and oats as they were stored Fort Myers is no good. To ,say the i in the city about Florida.
clothing- blankets and woolens, and away in the barns 'to keep out the last Mr. Marsh's: word is not infalli-- One reason for my being in the city, ",
preserved them from all kinds of vermin weevil, .and the universal testimonywas ble, when he will write one thing in however, was to secure the consent Of'.1 J 'r-i iJ3
They are clean an4 by no means that it was a ,sovereign preventive. his report and another to a man who ., my friends to go. with, me to Califor _
1 offensive: in' smell ,In the last six .. wants to settle. Mr.Marsh ought to nia. 'You understand, Worth, I never ..: ,.
branches, ,,have cut at least a ton of i I.have also seen bacon and hams be ashamed<<;> drive people away from intend to 'run away from my friends. :"
and leaves for self and : packed in layers of corn shucks ,with Lee county, after making such a report -: ,They thought California 'too remote; .' I
r. i friends and sent ,at least a hundred layers] of China ,berries and leaves to and stating, in his criticism that the summers too hot and too dry.' .
pounds North for that purpose. I believe keep:out bacon bugs. Now, ,if it kills "I would like to see Lee county stand; So: we settled the matter by compro :--
that one-half of the'tree can be the white fly, orange growers will do in the front rank." mise. I agreed to go to Florida and !. .
cut away and the tree ,will replace the well' to plant l their groves with alternate I bought 254 acres of land from investigate for myself and 'if I could ,
damage in six months, the growth that rows of the umbrella China. Major Evans at $275 00, so as to' havea recommend it as a proper place for
comes to take place of the loss grows' Anyhow is a certain fact that the better front on the public road, after settlement, then we would go to Florida "
so rapid as to be liable to be brokenoff white, fly has,quit the writer's orange' consulting the Trustees, as it was'better but if in my judgment the reversei' .
by wind., In cutting off branchesit trees and the Chinas' are black with to have the buildings on land was true, then they should go with me .(
is best, to leave a stump with two their germs? If they only stay there 'of absolute title. I paid Major Evans to California., The proposition seemed .
buds. If cut clean to the tree,it'heals till the leaves drop in the fall we can $200.00 cash, and he donated $75.00. as favorable for me as for them, and .
over without,sending out new growth. rake ,them up and .burn"them. We A man of brains and industry can I accepted it. You 'see my personal '
There is a specimen here.that'I purchased will ,watch and report results for the fake any of that Sub-station land, and interest'Was on theside, of California. :
from a.. Florida nurseryman in' benefit of, other I growers. get$1,000.00 per: acre for the first In that spirit I went to Florida, and : ;
:1886,. but it is'not one-quarter as'large ." .... crop of fruit either; in bananas orpineapples you understand I am now too old to .
as the imported one and it was terri' The Myers Sub-Station again.; and no, limit to 'the de become enthusiastic about anything, ; ; '.,
,bly demoralized ,in the big:freeze. mand. I grubbed forty cords of saw and, I endeavored* to keep my eyes f .;
The article going the rounds'of the Editor A.J Florida. Farmer and Fruit Grower: palmetto roots from every acre of that ,open and subject everything to the ; ,
'press that,'camphor will grow in the seejn your paper of' the loth inst. 25i acres of Sub-Station land.: Any- cool consideration of reason." :
poorest soils is true. No, tree can outprow the criticism W. A.. Marsh, upon thing ,else can be raised there peculiarto :I "I have heard of fortunes 'being't
it, but like allother living thingsit my reference to the :Myers ,Sub-Sta this climate., I had an honest man, made in California, but never of any
likes something good ,to eat.and a tion. "Fine tracts of land"-yes, I a Methodist.preacher at, the rate being made,in Florida," said Worths '
5 little fertilizer makes a ,wondrous had land offered at the guava grove, of 390 bushels of Irish potatoes, and "I think California had the advant-
growth, They grow the first season threemiles"taStoC town, where H. S. 500' bushels of ,sweet potatoes per age of.being settled by the thrifty and r
'rom two to four feet from seed. They' Parker and: J. J. Blount were inter- acre, the crop of one year, on that enterprising people the East. Her
i;not easily germinated unless treat- ested, and. they wanted i it located Sub-Station land,' and have his sworn mineral deposits also were favorable ,
'as" gardei. _seeds in boxes, and as there. I had land offered on the ecrtificate. What that,land wants is a to her rapid accumulation of wealth.. .
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: "-on,coming. up for'a year'' it three mile cypress flats. The Sub- good farmer, 'and fruit grower, like J. In climate, in' healthfulness, 'in condi- :tr .. .
cle n'\sand and water. Station was awarded\ to Fort :Myers, p. Bancom or Thomas WilSon and tions fay t to the production, ofhas : '
-y ) '' 'manure to prevent and not three miles oft: I now have not.a, man with no interest but night fruit ( no peer. As to : ',
"' ''''ig'the young plints.I' the 'instructions from the Board of and pay day. I would like to say with the best markets, ... ;:
..andonIy Trustees; through its President, Major four times as much but forbear 't'' both: by water an d'._: ;
',; jut the tree Russell,; that ,the. Sub-Station must L. C. WASHBURK, M. D., 'I'' the lead The ele- .
:': well started, comprise not less than ten acres of Fort-Myers, Flat; I "are comparatively ',;; '
.grow.on.withoutw Janjd/'uuad;:: of,'or, convenient to, the .....,. 1 : They are only. ; ;>:'.. .
w f : of Fort: clear themselves in ; '
ctirporate'limits" :Myers wait resof -; .
"* The returns from' !' the.. pear shipments : .' :
t 'fthe: camphor:1 isjsliDs. ed well]fenced, with buildings as pone an enterprisiBgJfirst ; j
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-' .."1, )Jfriedcuttiagsjn 41iC ld'-have"had' nd. in ffomXawtey this 'season- havebat popula .. ,) ,'i'.1; -. I

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1 Blorida on'' your arrival from the have had time to replant and make a want to say*that I have taken from there;was an exceptionally large crop
.' 'N ortbl" asked Worth.. crop.' the ground with my own hands, in the of peaches in Florida. There are

''Florida suffered some in/compar- MONEY CROPS.J beginning of the month of 'May, as peaches on the trees there now,' but *.
ison. ,The lay of the land' is general- fine specimens Irish potatoes. as'can' not so numerous as last year* The
: iylevei. The soil is sand, or.sandy '"Now Fred, what are the 'money be found anywhere. present appearance of the tree is that'

'' t l loam. interspersed with black or hammock crops ,usually raised in Florida ?",asked "Another money'crop, and yet to oi a recoil after a season of exhilara-

,; land.. There.is no standing :or Worth. be raised in 'Florida, is the Castor tion. There is nothing wrong, apparently -
stagnant water: Soft water'can.be ser -' "In a general way I should say bean. In that latitude it is perennial.It with the leaf or bark, but

cured.by digging from twelve to twenty truck and fruit, including nuts, per grows to'a height of from 15 to 30 not quite so vigorous as it should be.

feet ,Artesian,water is usually impregnated haps;:among,the fruits., feet and attains- a diameter of from 6 This want of condition is more apparent

with sulphur and other min x ''I think man going into the truck to 8, inches. In '1896 we imported.into in Michigan than,in Florida at.

erals and can be ''obtained anywhere. business as he understands it in the this country 146,000 bushels of the, present tim .

I could,not learn that there'were'any ; North, would be likely to make some :castor beans; showing the fact that ORANGE GROVES..
malarial fevers in the vicinity of Green modifications after experience He there' is still a demand .for*,this prod
Cove Springs. The timber is the long would have'neither the land nor climate uct. "That, certainly, is a fair show. "After all I have said-relative to the

leaf,pine of_the South_ and'there is no of the 'North. All would be ing in regard to truck; but how is i it fruit interests of Florida, there 'remains .;
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undergrowth in these forests to.prewagon new. With theaid, of fertilizers, most in respect to fruit;" queried Worth; yet one of which I must"speak.
vent'a" from going anywhere.Of That fruit has always been the great 'r
; of the vegetables of the North could PEAR ORCHARDS.
ti course, \Worth I was; a moss- staple crop and source of wealth to
be raised there. Land newly redeemed '
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back.' .I.confess I did not: see everything from nature requires a season "The first thing I investigated after the State. I refer to the orange industry.

as it really was. I was constantly before the elements can neutralize its entering Florida was a pear orchard.I For many years oranges have
: ..making .wrong, judgments be- i suppose, if I should state the whole been raised in Florida without so
acids and it for best results. '
prepare truth in what I in that
regard to saw much insect and 'disturb
cause everything was so different to as an to blight -
succeed land and
Cowpeas on:new
those to which'I had been accustomed. orchard, my veracity would be ques., the health and prosperity of these
used first This is
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Take, for eXample thecom: crop. In largely used for forage and also for plantations.
our'latitude:you.know, ,we rush in bur fertilizing purposes. There, is also a .had pruned been was headed new to me.back The stocks the "The-fruit of these groves have ac

'seed, in the, first part of May;' hence plant known as 'Beggarweed and used and allowed throw near quired high reputation for excellence
ground, to out numerous
f of looks about I in the Northern mekets. Those
every :piece corn as for thesame'purpose, as the former; shoots all sides of the.stem. engaged -
good as another. :wbjch'se m to meet with general,favor. These side branches on .i in the culture,of this fruit with
are now eight or
"In'-Florida, by, the tenth;;of May, Cattle and horses eat 'it eagerlyand ten feet high, and they were so heavily comparatively small holdings, have
you will see corn in almost every, stage are said to thrive upon it. loaded with fruit when !I visited themas found their incomes sufficient to live
7 of 'de' elopment-from roasting ears I "Peanutsarealso a profitable crop to be unable to sustain its in luxury, and, spend much of their
: ,down to. that just planted.. Hence,the I but just the amount! in xcash they re-' and some of them lay prone upon weight the, time abroad in travel and recreation."
small corn'impresses a Northern nan turn per acre I am unable at presentto ground. The bark and leaf of "But the frosts of 1894 and 5 have
every "
that there something' ,the matter say In the South peanuts are used changed. all that, said Worth.
= with the land to make 'this difference. very much as com is used in the tree presented of health and. perfect I left appearance that- 'True/' -said I, "but 'time will heal
vigor.
They have' no special time to plant, North, with this difference r In the orchard, fully believing that its like all these misfortunes."" "Yet they
.but every man ,plants when -he gets North'corn .is fed to pigs; but in the could not be found in.Florida or may be destroyed again, said Worth
ready. The same thing holds in regard South they are accustomed to turningthe other State.. Subsequentinvestigations any, same t is true also. However, the

toharvesting. When they want pigs into the field, of peanuts and however, proved that I was in 'error, contingences obtain in referenceto
vegetables to eat;, they dig; as 'they let them take care ,of themselves. for this,was only a fair of the every other enterprise. Insects/ '
want to:use them;; and leave the'rest They make,fine, sweet pork, it's said. pear orchards in this vicinity.average. blight, and tornadoes destroy, ,and .
The ,same ;..thing is'seen in the oat "Cassava may also become profit. misfortunes overthrow the\ fond<

crorj-one. ,part,of:'thev field, ,maybe; able'crop. It_ is now raised, generally GRAPES AND PEACHES. hopes of alL"Tempests
I. ready to harv_ est,J'while anotherpart: is for stock and makes a very nutritious C"Grape and peach culture is also a obliterate our harv"

{ just-sowed. ::1.,'wants to.'1. ..thewayIhave food, and stock thrive remarkably profitable business in' the vicinity of and lightning consumes our ha
seen'just as ''ria when fed' upon it. From it ,comes. Green Cove Springs.. I have visited ions; but we rebuild our hot Y+'

a Florida,;I: :ever."saw1'tudes '. '' '. at is commercially known, as tap:4Tomatoes many (favored localities 'both in the the/same foundations and see-
;.but usoallyjDiT EaSt and West of the Northern States, same fields which were de.. -
a ,.One< cnrening;:while;:' 'are also a profitable crop and. am. compelled to ,say, that, for but'the year before. Thi" '

Y ,veranda: :of''my hotel,' a. Florida.. They ripen sufficiently, productiveness of.vine, size and! .symmetryof with, the orange industry: /
? .-'.. s' aboutrbavingmfoin early:to:command. good'prices' .'the bunch,;also for perfection of She;will-rise from her
,;,' "by,,frost in' 'the>mbni i North., }lead f and.;fruit(and general ,healthfulnESs in which she now ,lies
t' z ':, '}WYtdid.j -clothe"' One: \ ': *i-am 'confident" :that from .condi= .'and.viga of4,vine; :I, ,.liaye, not symmetrical proporti

'"; l -' l}" ::,.'.!';'Oh.we'waited until and tiors'of: both soil'and: climate,''asparagus 'seen'their equal In iFIonda: ,,'as in, rousfuture."Th.e .

.r .' *\t. fried ifagunVLVj,; i cOJV" e;.,. bad_ may:be'made_'!a'financial 'success. many. sections:ofJtheNorfh: l this is.the. orange ;grin: '< --

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''i89".,:;Destroying: frost onceiq siXty operator sits! ,b his easy chair.,waiting: KILLS"SC ALE
r ,yearsis a.Reasonable* immunity.from for another victim! and smoking his JgALjONTHIWiWUni .
:disaster, 'I judge, is it: Dot,.Worth? brains out while he waits. The same -1AMrnIONU '

What other: Industry of ,the. country office'her ,delivered telegram: once : THRIP'JUICE'Is
has been mor .unfortunate?". "! can- to my father seven days after,the com .

not say"saidWol1b.: '''CertaJnlydot pany had ,received it. It: came 700 Strongly Concentrated, and when

'wheat and corn. If we are not beat miles in'seven days, and brought the. 1J J k .Dilated ,as Directed, it makes,
by frosts(: and blight, in the 'end ,we stale news of:the' death' of .a sister, as i ;' J il probably, the Cheapest In
are m'.pnce."' I he had received several l I .
a. letter days Ii, v scciicidc',,in the World.. -
4'fheorange: groves of Florida: are before telling of the, death. .I" hope ,a. .. -
now, struggling into''life again. :From the millennium;won't come by telegraph. t =E. : Used in Florida for 13 Years.
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:their; old roots are: 'springing strong While I am no,Pop, I don't pedal t>irec\ions'';,:-,.:ttsyi : .
:shoots'soaie; of which have already care how quick the government takes .-.-:-:-:'t.'''':':'':.':::,..:5i.'-'r.c3"ct.tJ.oz:::';.:::.'.':::-.' I ,. "

attained a height of ten or twelve feet. hold of the telegraph as well as all 31 'y "f ( 1 i H. B. J\IAR H".Gencral Agept,
The more, hopeful ones are already other public business and runs it all 7fw
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rebudding and pruning, redundant under for the good :
away : one management _: ORKS.'I i ...
wood, and putting, their, groves of the'people.. As it is .now managed, t Sold by many merchants.HAMMOND'S ',
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in order." I the people''are supporting many MAKES-- I 1000_ : SLUG SHOT, WORKS,
Will those succed 'after middlemen with their beer and tobacco .
,\ :, trees .. FISHKIlt-OK-HODSOK, !!, NEW YORK.
being thus treated. Fred?" "I judge and after it is paid well for fn advance ,
they will, which it is very poor service-in fact, ,
had been setbythe"Spanishin; 1777, so poor that, we take the commission Fa11mepThackc11 ,Heterodoxy on Oowpeaa.
and flex: ecofonf h dYbeen broken man's.advice-that is, "let it alone! as We have learned, among other
rup:and-ttpelled l by the Indians' their much as, possible," and I suppose things, that the Southern' pea or cow
i ;''groves.were; left to decay. Trees ;bfi others are doing the same. We would Letter from DeSoto' County. pea, however good it may be as a
.;that::planting l still,remain, surrounded have sent a number of telegrams if we Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower "nitrogen gatherer," is by no means'
'bya/oVest; of timber, some_ ,specimensof could have had any assurance that The, rains have d ceased and' the equal .(as a source of nitrogen, ,or as a
.. wh chare\ : .three. feet in diameter.Thjsfforesthas they wquld beat the ,mail or express. streams are now in their banks. The means of furnishing a hungry plant
% ,; grown- ; !upjn the onceprosperous 'The express ,company;was not satisfied farmers have 'had splendid 'rains for with nitrogen in a quick-acting and.
orange groves on the shoreof ,with one ,good.profit for hand- planting sweet potatoes and rice, two readily available form) to any of the
the; St. Johns river''.more than; a ling :our fruit., BO they have been letting i staple crops in DeSoto county. Mr.S. nitrogenous manures or fertilizers that
:century'ago. Relics of these groves their agent 'buy and ship fruit- I F. Mauck,will put i in ,a grist and are to be found on the ordinary farm r
are still to. be, found, in \this' forest; and',when ,he,does the fruit men are rice mill,''in addition to his saw mill. or purchased in the market, and more
throWing up ,shoots l annually. to be not likely to get as good service. The The l lands around Fort Ogden are especially is thfc the case-with all
b'rowsedoff'' l by depredating' cattle good telegrams and other good news being rapidly' bought to plant to orange light, loose,* sandy -soils. We'believe
'Vitality like that must insure,stiqcess; from the markets are apt to 'stop with' trees, grape fruit and to, grow that we have been affected with' the
'to the orange, groves of ,Floridaa, the agent, for',his' benefit, while the vegetables. The area will be largely ."pea craze"'quite as badly as anyone
which ,are now lying under the, ban bad market reports' are.freely handed increased over last 'season, in toma. else; in fact, we haven't got over it.
<'At this.finoudentWortli; ,.many\of bought cheap by the' agent. .However and melons. Last season the .pect more of them than they are capable -
these groves can be,purchased for ten 'we have the promise that such truckers planted under contract with) of ,accomplishing.,
'per cent of their! .realvalue( before ;;the work shall be stopped here, if we have a Mr. Raiford. He made a failure ,Peas furnish neither potash nor
freeze of '1894.. Many of them: :will to have a new agent. The express and that failure. taught all a lesson. phosphoric acid; yet, because they ex-,
e be in full bearing in but, a' few'years company, can greatly'aid us in finding Orange.trees never looked better tract from the surface, soil and pump .
from the present .time, and ease will good men and markets to ship to. if and.a. half crop is now 'on the trees. up from the subsoil beneath consider-
be insured to the happy owners of t they will, as they have agents in each The June bloom will add to able quantities of these manurial sub-
these orange groves 'of ,Florida.- town. The Western Fruit.Grower is the crop, many .hundred crates. Oranges stances, they are often given credit
- Rev. Daniel: Bacon in the Chicago right In saying ""The, meetings horticultural are held at'$2.00 on the trees. for the full amount of both; as though
,Western .Rural societies in the future will be There,are but few crops sold and they they had enriched the soil to that extent -

,,, .. incomplete.without a discussion of the sold for $1.50 on the trees. while the fact is -(lithe vines are
f and distri The phosphate plant is running removed from the soil in the fornvof
Parasites of the Fruit.Grower., bution.question.of. transportation. night. and day and also ,the dredges... hay) that they have actually impover.

t When the fruitmen met to' organize I fear a great deal of the enthusiasm The company has three engines on the I ished the soil to that.extent. Peas are
for shipping, there seemed to be nearlyas manifested .in. the fruit ISbrought' railroad: running all the time. They : greedy consumers of both potash afid ..
many'agen s present as fruit men- about by the middlemen, who employ'three hundred men and none phosphoric acid and these must be
freignt agents,- express agents, refrige-t are sure of a profit at'the grower's expense of them receive less than one dollar, a furnished to them,in liberal quantitiesnever
rator car'ag nb, and'commission' ,as we don't see that .average day., The Plant, locomotives and ( less than 200 pounds of acid ,
house:solicitors-all to be paid out.of fruit-grower' around us has made dredges burn eighty cords of wood phosphate and 100 pounds of muriateof
,the. little ,strawberry: whether the any bettersuccess than people in other daily: The company is doing an ijn potash per acre, or its equivalent in <
grower has.anything left or not.; There business.Western ,Fruit-Grower. mense' business in shipping rock' to kainit, while double that, amount.may
'should be one way ;;.of cooperationto ..... foreign countries and also, to different be used with manifest advantage) if an ,
cause these middle men to share in parts of the United States. The com- actual increase in fertility is the,object
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the loss as well as the gain, and there The 'Florida Woodenware Manufacturing pany own a large acreage of land and in view in planting them. Peas attract
would likely be'far. less of,,,them in the Company has organized at the supply of phosphate 'is inexhaust their 'nitrogen from the atmosphere
way.the business would be ,managed Gainesville.: A Sun reporter inter !able., There are large quantities of and store.it up in the soil in the form,

profitably ,tp ;all, and the consumer;. viewed Mr. Warner concerning the phosphate on Horse creek and Mi, of 'lorganic"-' nitrogen, and although
better 'served. i akka river. At'no. distant day there we .are well satisfied in our own mind t"
'. Then there is another.dead.expense plans, etc.,, for the future of the'com- will be more plants built and a railroad that we. 'have, in times past, gained an
which I almost forgot to speak of; that pauy; and learned that they intended from Plant City to Boca Grande or increase of ten, fifteen and twenty

is'the- telegraph. I began wiring my: erecting,large factory for the,manufacture Gasparilla Cayo, where the water is bushels, of corn per acre from a single
best men at the beginning the strawberry of all kinds of hard wood ma- deep enough for ocean going ,vessels crop of cow peas turned under, we
.season: the number of crates I : to.enter and a beautiful harbor. that is are just'as..well'satisfied that nitrogen
terial such ceiling .
a flooring, vegetable
3 ; ped them I each evening., I asked I land locked. obtained, from any other source (as
'' perator if the messages. would be I crates, etc. The l location for the plant The small pox scare is ,over, but nitrate,of soda,, cotton seed meal,
.wed.the. eamft evening, and he has not been definitely-decided upon, there tare many sore ,arms yet from crushed "cotton seed, 'rotted cottonseed '
belyo la, so' I .rpaidthim, full but in all probabilities will.be 'locatedat the, vaccination.: 'Mr.E., .' N. Morgan, .' ,:staJiiinanureetc., etc.,) will
'''4,0, cents. A, few,days later the junction of the Florida Central the agent here, has yet a yery ,bad id. give more satisfactory
:iriy.cbmmission,men wrote that and Peninsular' and, the -Savannah arm.. Major T. Q. Carr, merchanj profitable results than
'ter. saye 'the;'expense'as he Florida and Western railways, at the and,postmaster,,has.been dangerously ad.been turned under.. '
-- the berriesa each morn--. foot of. West Ham. street: The capacity 'sick. He is now able,to.be tip. All arenjoying' take a liberal! l planting 1 .,:
,>;before "the telegrams'ar- of the plant! ,will be not less 1 peace,. health and. plt ty.i cceeding ,year, "first ,:;
r took,the telegrams l ;han'one car ;per. 'day for, the' beginning The.county.was never ,:as. prosperousas feed crop'.lor hogs
parts; of) two'days,;.to ;and;will be increased as trade de : tpnday,' plenty of, work, and, goodwagesf lau: ilbi.; secoad 7. to-:: '
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\: ter.or "humus"t;inthe"soil*i ; ,';and" ,' tnird, breadth, of fairly fertile soil i! simply .. .e&'e&I' )

:: :' ''4.jii a:source..of;nitrogen toe. cpmpara: plowed and ,harrowed during the Croup" I Strawberries on Ice.The .

'f;_ tive value being, inour"opinion;; in: month of April, the Florida farmer : & Cramps, celebrated T. &T. Strawberry Refrig-

i.;: the order:named., i#' '. can ensure a crop of.grass which year I :Coughs erators are the universal favorite of Florida

;f?. We paid a/visit t recently .tftoeex-$ ; ,after year'with increasing experience, t, 111c, Tootht \ growers. Perfected after years of experi
;.:, periment 'farm at Southern PinestN: he will value more.highly. ence. Give good service,for good fruit.

: G., and we,would advise agriculturists :. ,A celebrated 'man once said that t Colds, ache, TRUBT ft THOMAS,

.,:' everywhere, more 'especially i :those, .of dirt,was only matter in the wrong place. Starke, Florida.

,them engaged'increasing \either_ fruits Possibly some of those present who t Diarrhoea, .
r STEEKLER SEED no Wt,
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,.: or vegetables:for.market: :fand who.are : have contended with Bermuda grass Dysentery !,

\J' located anywhere.within. the J>bounds I in ,their flower gardens and truck t ad en MARY T. FROTSCHER, President
;;', of toe long leaf pine. belt) and' 'whose I patches,may entertain such an' animus Bowel Complaints.A Successors to
: soil.is light, loose, sandy,;and comparatively intruder t
t ; against the unwelcome as to t Sure,Safe, QnloX Cure for Richard FroUcher's raTter Street Branch Store,
,"; .j/- poor, to,th9obghlyamilwize{ believe that ,no.right place for it can these isI&n'iliictIt Nos.518 and 520 Gravler St.,New Orleans, La.
';,\ 'themselves with its'workings and with be found from a blazing fire. Importers and dealers In Flower, Field and
apart
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Garden Seeds. Grasses clover bulbs potatoes
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': what is: done there for their
being especial In their Conducted
,' The avidity with which stock) of all and fruit trees season
: a'. benefit. "We. took particular b t y relatives of the late Richard Frotscher. Order
kinds devour Bermuda grass, furnishes ) through Richard Frotscher's manual of 189601;
',' .;: notice of,the fact,that nitrogen bad conclusive evidence that it has some send for one free, .
., /' needed in this soil 'and that 'whereI
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grazing 'value and it is.a question t
.:... ever nitrogen had been applied in.the thetrustedfrfeedof the .
whether asthe basis,of ,a permanent
f :*, form of nitrate of soda;:the various under liberal ffi Mechanic, ,Parmer, Plaster,
Bermuda:
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;. : crops responded no man- t L
.' and judicioustreatment: would not ma- t .
:ner. The same was equally true of terially raise itself in general estima 'i Used Internally externally.

': _" r ,, potash in any,and ,all jts :forms, of 3 'Beware"of imitations. Take
:: a f-:' :', ,phosphoric acid and of lime; but: in but the
the back numbers of the none genuine PS&RYDAV !
Li, every-single instance where cow peas Referring to Leading dealerseverywhere
Sold"eTe1''Wh
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Florida Farm r' and Fruit Grower, I
\ were turned under, and relied upon as .
'y : the matter find that a number.o( grasses have in a 25c. and 60o. bot sellFERRY'S
: a source nitrogen, .crop, no -
of what kind and turn attracted public,attention. While es.J
was invariably '
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; ,=: positively inferior. some,' notably Johnson grass

:"'. Theorize;over this as we may, the Para or Guinea grass,'are still favored P'an't rick the ION of time,labor and around _
by a select coterie of admirers, others, On muck land it can be mowed about bjpUntinute d of unknown qual'
.... ; fact remains that organic nitrogen ity. The market i U full of cheap,
slower in its.action,and decidedly,less namely,. Egyptian clover, Texas blue three times each .year, producing at unreUablelfled.retiwin t.hebtldidoDot.acce'rUIY' liter!
A /' -' satifactory, as far as either immediate grass and Abyssinian grass have drop- times 'three tons of hay per acre at If substitute.Seed Annul r,...
ped altogether' out of 'sight a fact each :mowing. It is propagated D. M. FERRY& CO.,
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", or finalr, sults are concerned, are Detroit, Mich.
/' It ,the more readily soluble and imraedi: which proves the necessity for experi-- plowing.in cuttings of the green grass.

,:' ately available chemicals, .as nitrate1' ment farms' where the cause of such i Every joint takes root when it comes ,
I> failures could permanently be recorded. in contact with the, moist earth."
-;', soda, sulphate of ammonia, etc. ,In the I .
:: instance of the, experiment "farm at; Never having grown Johnson It is difficult to understand why .
a Southern ,Pines, we think the land is grass, I am unable to speak from per, the Texas blue grass, which finds an
: sonal experience as to its merits or to in FAIRVIEW PINERY.
j 1 too fresh (humus being already present able champion Mr. Carlos Reese,

". !r .in excess) hence already too open, its demerits. Sr., of Marion, has ,not commended .

loose, mellow.and porous, which said It appears that Johnson grass (sorghum itself more generally to the Florida .Choicer A
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halapense) was introduced into since<,
"too loose and open" condition the agriculturist; Mr.: Reese speaksof
'pea vines would have a tendency the States some 'fifty' years ago by it as follows: t'I had a few yards :

,: exaggerate. Possibly, 'as Professor William Johnson, of Alabama, from square\ towards the last of April that I Pineapple >
Massey'and his very efficient assistant, whom it derived its name. The following thought was as'thick as it would ever ;

Mr., Alexander Rhodes, are superintending remarks relative to *Johnson get. I then cut it,and from the best Plants. .
,the experiments at that place, grass which.appears in a back numberof calculation I could make it made over ..-. '

these gentlemen may be able to throw the Florida Farmer and Fruit 7,000 pounds of nice, well-cured hay -. FOR' SALE. O i
'"\ some light on this ,question.-G. H. Grower, as they may prove of interest per acre, and I think Jt. is now one- t
; '.' Turner in Texas ,Farm and Ranch to some of,my audience, I will quote third thicker than it was then.
f verbatim.. "It is now fifteen or twenty inches Smooth Cayenne!II! Homo Grown 1 II!

., '. ... Forage Plants-Grasses. "This: grass is best adapted\ to warm_ high,'January 24th, and as green as it ---- .
'. r to paper read before the Winter Park Horticultural climates and has proved most valua- can be; notwithstanding the late long ABBAKA PLANTS SPECIALTY.
'. 1 Society by Thos. A. Chandler.] ble on warm, dry soils in the Southern drouth and recent spell of freezing .
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Recognizing' the fact that Messrs. States. If cut early the hay is of weather. It is' readily propagatedfrom F. N. PRICE,

Ward,and Bear'as practical men, pos- good quality. and several cuttings may seeds or sets. Texas blue grassis I
sessing far;more experience than be made in the but if P. 0. Box'449. ORLANDO FLA.
., myself : season, the cutting 'more of a winter than a summer, ,
,> could deal most efiectlvelywltbt ,is delayed until the stalks are well : grass, and all,kinds of stock are fond
that class of foliage plants'which inelude grown the hay: is so coarse and hard' of ,it." [

':,." the cereals I have resolved toconfine that stock do not,eat it readily. Fodder plants may be regardedfrom HOME GROWN .
my remarks 10 the various "Thick seeding gives a heavier yield two 'standpoints-raw material 1 -"

kinds of grasses which have already and a better crop of hay. Fromoneto' and provender in a state of nature,

I. beetf:or which may hereafter be introduced two, bushels are usually, sown per consumed directly by'stock upon the Pineapple Slips
into Florida. acre according to'the cleanness of the ground, and the manufactured article

V.V. ,, From the remotest*antiquity! grass seed.: In most localities it is considered ,-hay or ensilage. and Suckers
F ; of some kind,or other has par excel desirable to plow the land set out The practice of growing. fodder f .

lence been in all countries and in in Johnson grass every third year, the trees
crops among orange now so Of the Fo owing"-Varieties
every.clime the great, forage plant. otherwise the root stalks become mat- universal in ,Florida, possesses several

: Though grass has been supplemented ted,near the surface and the crop is disadvantages, the, principal one being I SALE
i in this progressive age/by'a variety of more, affected by the drought. The the 'obstacles it places in the way of alt :

W. ; other forage ,plants ,whose name js greatest objection to Johnson'grass is grazing.. '
'legion a good ''permanent pasture is the difficulty of. eradicating Care Werethe Florida settler so devotea ABBAKA, PORTO Rico, LaY

t' '. ,generally recognized. 'as' one of the should be.taken not to introduce it'.into portion of his holding exclusively to 'QUEEN, GOLDEN QUEEN,

., ', 'v most tangible l evidences" *""'of' agricultu=; fields intended for cultivatipn.:"- the growth of forage plants, he would QUEEN, SMOOTH CAYEN Y

.,,. ,:ralprospenty., ..' r- ?ara grass again, judging from an bee. to use many plants and grasses NAMBtTCO AND RED Sp
,' Crab-grass, ;JwhicJ 1 ] Rjtican: article written by ,:Mr. Wt E. Driscoll which from their persistent habits are
, 's learn, is peculiar to' e of Manatee, ,has much to recommendit. now denied,here. That there is a decided Apply to ",

,";, ', :.evolution is; ,possi%J Jt t :Mr.Triscollsays; ) : "Para grass is economy in dealing with forage a., O. MATTHAVS, .

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t r. .._-,j :1897......-, : .. ', ,- d__,_ ,: "'c _' ','. .1'Pt4' )RmA Pelts" AND. :PBUITKOWKB., "If' ':< "-..,:'"'""'. ,t"A, '. .' ,( r "'487,

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Poultry.
'ta 1t point"hope to.see ,our existing the progenitor, of all our domestic:: "' '

'varieties of stock supplemented by the ,Edited:tr 8. S.DeLANOY, Apopka.,Fla. varieties except the Muscovy.., _It
,addition of sheep, which, would .,._____.___._.___._____._._._________________--6__ bears the closest resemblance to the ,

prove' much more remunerative to The, Black East India Duck. excellent Cayuga; differing: from that x .
their' and much satisfactory breed in' M w.
v owners more chiefly size, with, possibly
from gastronomic, of view In"the spring of the present year, I NO ELASTICITY '
a point greater refinement in., form' and a IN "STEAL.. .
,tb:the general public than the world- received from a friend a trio of Black greater brilliancy in color. cure years other manufacturers
; Indian ducks. The birds had for the elastic principle In wire fen"
East
a renowned razorback. It is certainly, a "duck which deserves 1nR. We won the"principle"
the various kinds of also stet ,sough to
from
been
There is no work connected with imported England previous to attract attention because of As recover usual however t by found our principle.
twas
and hence thor- dUDeul' to dhe
farming in which the principle of co- season, were its merits-from the fancier becauseof pose of the stolen goods
operation would play such an effective oughly matured stock. These ducks its beauty, 'from the cottager' be- PAGE, WOVEN WIRE, FENCE,CO.,.Adrian Mich.K .

'. part .as in the matter af' bay)-making. were placed in',a small'yard, about 3$ cause of Us utility and the capability
,feet wide by 18 or 20 long, and,haveremained
As you are all aware, hay-making in time. of breeding freely in close confine
Florida is usually in .active: progress at there to the present ment. To those who have but 111thled ;

a time when Jupiter, Pluvius! ; is'most ,They wished have to- drink had all but the have water none' they to space' at.'their disposal, and who

industriously manipulating the'water admire waterfowl, the Black East In-

ing pot, with the result that under,the bathe in.which'They is have had no consideredso grass,to, dian can ,be recomme ded.-Country ( MONEY MAKER
run on, generally
of suffi
from the
want Gentleman.
present system, -the thstftrtadaatrionshenJllabout bet ,
cient hands at critical moment much essential success in,duck raising.But and how to make mono from poultry In
a ., .
New Culdefor$8C7.$
Poultry
and well
have kept. healthy
hay is irremediably spoiled. If two they 100 pages;printed In colon; Lane for
Two Hundred Eggs; a, Year.Is and
and hive laid up to the present time poultry houses;sure remedies recipes
or three neighbors were to assist,each r.for diseases.Sent for 160.If you write now
9f: .t1ierr:making.their hay in turns, the (June';28)) 76'eggs, and are still laying possible for a pullet to lay' 200 JOSH> sdoscl23'r..8os 31,Import III
"' "rush with no sign of suspending roduc- eggs'a year? Of course we expect so
: ofmakinghay; 'wouldjbe reduced
: tion. The eggs ,have been remarka many answers to this question in the "FUMA" CARBON
,,' tb a minimum. On the co-operative
.' system I have suggested, the :grass af- bly fertile. Out of 68 eggs set, but affirmative that 'it ,may seem folly to BI-SULPHIDE. -
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one has,been clear, which considering have asked it. Still we maintain that
the machine will be "The best in
jter being cut, by I remedy every respect for killing "
the sun till it has the close confinement to which ,they i it is a question well worth asking. Let grain insects is Hi-sulphide of'Carbon. It is
to fairly
exposed :
cheap, effectual and easy to apply.-Ala. 2%.
',wilted, when it could ,be,collected in have been subjected, seems a remark us look closely into the matter and,see sta. Bulletin 61. '
able.record. how, we can, on paper, figure out an Send for .free illustrated pamphlet It is interesting -
moderately largestacks: put together :readable and will save
.' 'in such: as to, be impervious to Out of*j6 ducklings hatched (some, < way shower. of the eggs are still under hens), I we start November i and take the Less'than loo-lb. lots supplied by' S. G. Sear-
ordinary ing: Jacksonville.Fla.
any As hay makes itself to some extent have lost but three, and these died before Leghorn, either White or Brown, as *

time they were two'days old., I our breed, we can figure a yield large S'T'ANDARDARTS
'while, stack, the loss, ,of while THE
lying in this form1 would be inappreci- All the,others have thriven'remark.ably enough to substantiate the records > *

.'rable.: When the opportunity.served, "making very rapid growth, and claimed to }nave.been made. We take GREEN
DUSTER.One .
the. stacks collectively or in detail, ,bidding fair to mature early. the Leghorns because: theyare 'non-

could'' be thrown open to the .sun, From the aboVe experience.it seems sitters, and are. without doubt capableof
'safe. ,to draw the following conclusions producing more from this fact
when the hay would soon be in a con- eggs I man can dost an acre of tobacco
., dition for carting to the barn. alone than any of the sluing varie plants i in.an hour, thereby saving hours
Ensilage, which in some countries I. The Black East Indian duck ties. ''We have from ,November i until arid even days of tedious handpicking.Price .
is effective method will thrive in close confinement and ,November: i following,' twelve $; .OO';; with this paper one year,
regarded as. an '
650. Address the editor
under unfavorable months which into : box 524;
has exceptionally con we may curing forage plants, apparently Jacksonville; Fla.
not attracted in Florida the at. ditions. three parts. From November 'i to .,
tention" ,,which it deserves. In the 2. It is 'thoroughly hardy., March 'i, we might obtain for the six. Testimonial. ,,

early 'days of ensilage the cost 'of 3. It is a. very prolific layer of ty-two days, counting February twen- Yours of .the' 2 ist duly to hand, and

building silos precluded many from highly fertile eiegs.4.r ., nine days, an egg every otner' day; in'reply'I; beg to say I am very well .

,giving it a trial, but as it' has been ; Its young 'are healthy ,and mature which would give us thirty-one eggs. pleased ,with the performance of the
proved that it can be'made in the rapidly. From March i until July i we might Paris 'Green Duster." I used it on

shape of ordinary stacks provided sufficient : 5.. It has the elements which make it obtain 122 eggs, an,egg.for each.day. my tobacco and it did good work. .

pressure can be brought bear a profitable variety to grow. From July i until November i', we Yours etc.,

: 'upon it, there is, nothing, to'prevent The:Black East Indian, though possessing might obtain twenty eggs for July and W. H.Nashua liATH,

this form of animal food being added so many elements of profita August'and fifteen for. September and Fla., July 23, '97. ,

_to those'we already possees., bleness, is a duck' greatly esteemed October, giving us a total from July ,
THOS. H. CHANDLER. among fanpiers. ,It has a figure which until November i;.seventy-one eggs.
____ __..-. __ __ extremely graceful. The neck isslim Here we have the grand 'total for the, lorida

I." 'In climates with a moister summer. 'the' head I fine,, and throughoutit year.of ,255,eggs. L.ands

air, fruit trees' can be grown: readily has thoroughbred appearance., I Now, is possible; under" the most I
from cutting of the young wood as It :is' small, in size, the exhibition favorable"circumstances of climate and Oranges

I we propagate the currant, gooseberry, specimens weighing about five, poundsto condition of our stock and the' correct I- ..

mock* orange, honeysuckle, poplars, the pair, and the rest ranging sort of feed, to keep up this'extraordinary Jt orts
willows, etc. In Ctiili in South America from three to four pounds each. Andit laying?, If,on the other:hand, we

i for instance, in starting"an ,apple has, in the best specimens, the simply figure 365 days in the year,'and [nvestmentsDevelopments. I

,orchard,- a branch is stuck into'the richest of green plumage. .say we may obtain an egg every'other. -

earth'which soon roots and is in fullbearin. There is a metallic luster which day for the time, giving us 183 eggs, :. '
&. In the moist air in France reminds one 'of the brilliancy of are we not 'nearer the truth' ? There ,

and other parts of west Europe, apples the peacock in the best' speci? has been a record made ,with a flock of [AttractionsAddrtu ,

and pears are often grown from mens. The drakes are usually White Leghorns, bred especially for "f, ..

cuttings the new wood,in the open more brilliant than the ducks, but egg production of 194 eggs per hen,a G. D., ACKERLY, '
a air'and the same is true in the south. even the. ducks have considerable of year. This we consider possible, but ".
'ern'statei in growing some kinds of this exquisite luster. only so in the hands of, a ,most experienced |CCMCRAL PASs[ *,ACCNT, .

apples, pear plum.-Prof... Budd As a table, ,duck it is very highly and careful breeder. That :THETROflCALTnUNKLINC, '

in bulletin 34, Iowa Experimental spoken of; but I can speak only by this record is capable of increase we ,"A kS IVIW.'LO.IOA.i .'

Station. hearsay' the table qualities, as I think it possible, but only to a limited .
The first tobacco of the 1897 crop have not. tried any of the ducks in extent. .Published records of extra thiS'direction and eventually establish

'was delivered at the Tausig & Wed. this way. Rev. W. Serjeantson, an ordinary laying during' but a few, a'nesr,, 'lasS. for the:show room, which,

.'dies warehouse by Messrs.:. ,0. E. English authority on,.the breed, Says'They' : months in! 'the year are interesting,.b first'an 'egg-producing class
[Johnson Edgar Hargroves, and F. F.Wynn 'are capital eating, top, quite convincing, and 'do not afterward capable of 'being

on July 17th. This tobacco is equal .to. ,their progenitors; ,Anas bos means, prove that,the'same spare [Judged for points. With'the
a'v'; -fine quality'and speakes well (Ms,!' And other experts emphasizetheir ''capable of making an.anp: [qualities of great'utility:and'

-1897. 'crop. Messrs. Tausig & edible: qualities. It;will' be safe cord.. A flock' of hens 'whichbe ,luty' should we not have,

have, about 200 acres 'con- to regard them',as equal,to'any.breedin made ,to lay two ,hundred .e :offer our customers, and ,
f-., and theirMr.-tIn'Ved' '' this :respect, if, these authorities- year:each would be:9st'wonde; )reward. be greater;,both ;u

that the entire lot will prove can be,relied..on. possession, and if such a.thing'is ,- i a profits.--Country Gen.,

>>Quincy New Era. The:'Black, *. East. Mian is .doubt-, sible,:we should'endeavor to breed:in ,
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'Judge 'Ziba,.Kin? ;who;is;ui'fet"ass 5. -Hat' There is;more than can be eaten and will .spoil your cabbage, for they will
F well as in'name,.the catUe>*Ki wwe' of Fo'r.-- .ouc 11ura1'- .Home.'Straw'hats. there is'no' :sale for them at home. not. The cabbage grows within the .

'DeSoto,owns, atjeast sooco4h'JudgeKinghas ? t .: which have become too Very well, here is the fruit, place your center, and the fall rains will wash

; : also one of the, prettiest : ,dusty:for wear,* although good in every price on it That.is item one. Sugaris away all lime, dust or, ashes from

;' and finest; residences' inArcadia. other way; can be restored by a cheap, that is,item, two. It-takes the outside leaves. .
He is also-a large l ;land own sand has very simple \treatment, says' good au- just about the same amount of sugar .
,two or .three,fine orange grove 1 !Hprity,,-and appear bright and fresh for orange jelly that it does for any

Tampa;Tribune.W. ., ," again. other, kind, and if you wish to calculate Much From Little.
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H..Col em an;has raised some'ex- *A tablespoonful of sugar dissolved pretty closely just measure your George.M. Powell of Newfield, N.
ceedingly.fine tobaccq'oA; .-,pineIaridHe : ii h ''three tablespoonfuls' of water, sugar before using.,, Make a .slight J., has been experimenting* to provethat
J', has shown us' a few .l leaves that makes a good-wash for straw hats,and allowance for waste and'careless handling many poor people in crowdedlots

'equal jn all:jespects'any we.1 Have?ever should be-used freely' and'allowed to and your jelly will(about equal in cities might produce fresh veg-
seen.. "They'are as thin;almost,as't s soak well.into .the .straw. It should measure for measure, the raw sugar. etables for their ta\\>re. He dug a hole
'sue paper, 'the texture ,i is'all .thatth.e:: be applied with 'a brush or a sponge The next thing to consider is the 18 inches squared a foot deep, and
{ most:exacting could demand,'and//!:asa and will.make the hat limp and soft at housewife's time, strength and capabil- into this:put a half bushel of manureand '
'.rapper, their value may be.estima; first,,but :will soon dry in 'the'aJi and ities. This is item three,. and'is' perhaps mixed in the top soil Here he
ted when ,we state' that it requires sunshine. Before the straw hat become the most jmportant one of all. planted a tomato plant in bloom, a
3 three hundred.and. sixty-five of;these. rush 'and stiff, it should bepressed ,If the oranges'are very sweet one or spadeful 'dirt being taken up with
' '.leaves to weigh a pound,. and*.from : into any 'new shape. desired twolemons to each dozen oranges, the plant. Then the soil from. the -
',there' to four, wrappers can 'be,cut In[ this way a- hat; may be remodeled prepared. in. the samemanner, willimprove bottom of:the hole was put in a circular -
'from each',leaf:-Dade 'City 'Demo- several times during one,summer. the jelly without affecting the ridgeabout: the plant, so that the
ocrat. '. But if .the hat'has,become yellow itshould aroma. Sour oranges and,lemons can plant stood in i a shallow earthen cup.
.. ,be.whitened, the most.satisfac be made into jelly in the same way as into this cup kitchen slops were
D.v" A. M; .Abalo,' of Fort: ;Meade, tory'way.being ,with the fumes of sul.. the 'sweet orange only they require poured daily. The vine was fastened .

was in: the city yesterday. returning phur.. about a third more sugar. These sour to a wall as, it grew. This one plant '
:home in the, ,evening. The, 'doctorexpressed..himself' 'The hat must first. be thoroughly .
: fruit jellies are fine for jelly rolls and grew; more than 100 feet of vine, supplied -
as, highly gratified wet with.soapsuds. Ivory soap.is era layer cakes. ) .more tomatoes than .the'average
4 at, the success that has followedthe'exertions"of'the : cellent.for this purpose, .and makes amore When I had .first perfected this garden, and yielded an abundance of '

Cuban colony he.was lathery suds than common sweet orange-jelly I submitted samplesof fruit two months after, tomatoes had
'largely.i instrumental i in locating at,Ft brown ..
soap. it to two of the leading wholesale disappeared from surrounding gar:
"Meade, and describes the prospects as After being thoroughly soaked, the grocery houses in ,New York. One dens. He claims that a, box or barrel .
\'ery.'en ouraging. The ,acreage will, hat is, hung From a teraporize&rack: ; was Thurber & Co., .the other I have of earth on a roof will supply a
be largely increased next.year,' and a I near the,top of the inside of, a barrel, forgotten. Both acknowledged the family with cucumbers, squash, mel..
large field will also be planted inu. in the'bottom of which sulphur burns samples and pronounced them.fine. ons, etc.-National Stockman.

,gar cane. A, new ,and extensive irri slowly. ;A red hot brick is generally While speaking of' the jellies 1 ... .
gation'plaht. has been ordered, andr convenient which .to burn
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most on should have.stated that'the pulp from
A card the outside of office door
the; operations 'ori the famous Fort the sulp ur Of the barrel on "
course any one.or all of these (fruits makes'an
"Gone to lunch. Be back in
: Meade farms will be conducted next must'be covered in t fumes says;
keep .
excellent.jam,by running through a ten minutes." And,'the man will be
season. in the most approved manner. which not inhale as they
,one must colander or a. coarse piece of cheese there on time. That is, for some days,.
.' Tampa. Tribune. often. cause.cold. 'M. M. cloth. To this strained mass add about weeks or even months, he will. Thenhe
.,.,. three-fourths as much, as there is
sugar
E Other extensive orange growers, will be home occasionally for a
who* own grove, near Arcadia, are: Pure Orange Jelly. of the fruit pulp and cook carefully day" He'll tell you he had -a head.

y" ;Judge King,L. H.. and Mrs_ Newton. fiditor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: without letting' it scotch. All the ache-a turn of cholera, morbus, or
In the 'F.& F., G.., of June ,19th, I preparations from citrus fruits are
'and Thomas .Parker, Col. Watkins, maybe he'll say he had a lump in ,his
whose grqves will,yield about, 5,060 note an article from :Mr;, Craig .about easily 'scorched'and that ruins the stomach and felt too miserable to
.. He. that it i is delicate flavor. 'MRS. M. L '
oiange'jelly.
r boxes of oranges this year, James pure says move. The.lump was probably two or .

,M Bride,'IR. C.Hendry.Joe Mizell, possible to make jelly- with. nothing Mt. Dora, Florida., three. ten-minute. lunches. condensed..
};q J. L. Jones, W.. J{.. Sharpe; C 'C. but oranges.and sugar. He also says p -- The.man who "bolts"- -his luncheswill .

Pearce, W: .Carlton, J. J, .:.Single- that it s.noteastto make, and that it Bugs in the Garden. find Dr.Pierce's Pleasant 'Pelletsthe
'; try, Dr.B..:B, Blount,' Dr. Ed (Green, is not and never can be cheap. best friend her met
and ,Dr ,C.'H Smith,, the latter'three With his first: statement I fully A' writer in the Iowa Homesteadgives There is: no case of billiousness,
r 'also. agree; with,the'second I do not agree the following brief ,remedies for '"heart burn "
being prominent practicing; physicians : constipation,indigestion, ,
W. H. Seward, J.' L Swjn- and the'third,, is open'to controversy. various insects which feed upon .gar- or any of the rest of the nightmare

dallF.;,'' ,Marquis, J. G..Slayen, L.- .L.t Fourteen years.ago in experiment den vegetables:' breeding brood, that these little "Pel y
ing with the as a cooked fruitI I use wood ashes with good results'
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Morgau, too numerous lets" not cure. They cure/trmanrntly. -
mention,-Tampa,Tribune.: discovered it to be rich in j jelly. on the green cabbage worms, and the Send. 21 cents in one-cent
After a few trials made a jelly that yellow and black stripped bugs that to World's Dispensary Medical

Some.of the largest 'and finest orange in both looks and flavor was equal to love the cucumber, squash' ; melon stamps Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive
groves in the State are found within the best-and I used nothing but a and pumpkin vines so well, and I Dr. Pierce's 1008 "Com-

; a radius of r a few' miles from Arcadia good grade of sugar and oranges. Mr. also learned from a friend the other .I mon Sense Medical Adviser page" profusely .
: ; and this year it is estimated that I Craig speaks of flavoring the jelly with I II day that ashes will also save the illustrated;
between 36,000 aqd,46,000 boxes of I lemon. This is not at. all necessary. young I tomato plants and egg plants 4
y the fruit will, be, shipped from :thispoint lithe oranges are ripe there is nothing from the ravages of the tiny black I. S

Last year the shipment aggregated ;that can surpass the delicate flavor bugs., I simply dash a small handfulof According to State Superintendent
'13,000 boxes, which should be imparted them: to, the jelly. To ashes at each plant while the dew Sheats' last ,biennial report, we haveyet'

proof sufficient that the old sweet seedling add the.rind of either orange or lemon is on It The striped bug generally I in, Florida nearly four hundred ,

'trees'were,but little damaged-, by i, toihe.cooking jelly is simply to spoil takes his leave, but the treatment schoolhouses built of logs. A log
the cold', wave, of 1895. Of.course,' the whole mass.. must be renewed jm the cabbage sihoojhouse might be so built and fur '
the, young budded groves: suffered About Mr.:Craig's second statement, plants two or three times a week as nished as to be very suitable for

.some Jrqm the unusual: 'cold,, but it except that the fruit is, a little'more long as. the little;"pale-yellow butterfly schoul purposes, but we all know,too

',would,now require an expert to.detect trouble. to prepare,I do'not know of flutters around.. well that log schoolhouses. in Florida ,

,that;any;mageataU; ',had be eji done: any jelly:that is so quickly. ,or easily, Spraying the' cabbage leaves with are not of that character. .Another
(even tot: the;young budded gr' made., --.If one can make any of thtoner salty water .is also, good;, to kill the great need of our schools is, that'ofj.
"-demonstrate that'confidence fruit'jellies one can succeed cabbage' worm. :I did that for, sometime good:furniture.. There are in Flori<

'; culture has:been. restored"_ _h eorange''elly., The only secret ,. but it was .a job to carry so 6,238 schoolhouoes, and 'only 572\0
'' :ter'.was shown a fine groy tr it lies! in'the.manner, of ,prepar- much! water' to the cabbage' 'patch. them.are supplied} with patent dei. *
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I : .... the tobocco plant. ,His conclusionswill are:the:neces.

Buyers. for. Florida Tobacco. be of great interest .American : "
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O sary, ingredients of a
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The ,tobacco growers of this community tobacco growers, being as follows : '

are, to be ,congratulated, upon' ''The:piant only _thrives' in Sumatra in t' complete fertilizer; ; Pot-

the turn 'events:have taken. within the the-virgin forest soil, and attempts to ash being most;import=::

past propositions forty-eight! before hours them: With, for, various:curing manures nurse it'in have. exhausted prpved soil in every by means case of a ant, must not be stinted. Send for our books,mentioned beloy.E <

manipulating: the tobacco by Cuban failure. After 8 years,of cultivationwith An illustrated, book-which tdis.what.Potash is, how It
and all, their tobacco, the soil is useless for should;be used, and'how much Potash,a well-balanced!
experts, showing on
face an extreme ''anxiousness on the: producing,the finer kinds, and the inferior r.: ee Send fertilizer your.shou1 address.OBRfUrf :contain. ',is sent.free to all applicants. .

part of the, "experts' get their qualities,are really not worth tht .,
:; trouble of growing and If KALI WORKS,93 Nth 3t,New YttiE.
shipping.
hands on the, tobacco at almost: 'any'cost ; .
even,to the.extent of offering to Sumatrais: maintain. its place as a

.advance,26 'cents p pound, on the tobacco-producing country :its only produce few, considered the richest -1 r 'Chicken Talk. .,

'toba.ccoJ.'a cash:,buyer has appeared on hope is in forming new 'plantations and doubtless are. Farmer's: Voice.It .

,the scene and already several crops This takes time and needs a very considerable If your mark calls for yellow poultry : is probable that few.have ever
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have been disposed? of, and that:too ,outlay, but the only hope of you must not select stock that does stopped to think that very chickens are the :;

at very (air figures. salvation lies in replanting the exhausted not produce chickens having yellow best linguists in the creation outside of ..: .

The advice o'f the Courier of-last \ .sections,with trees. The reason skin and legs. The pin-feathers the human family, but' such Is the case. J
( the tobacco plants in Sumatra the dark plumaged birds are -also ob-' They not only have expressions that are
week in of the ;
regard to disposing understood by each other perfectly but ;
crop in, .the pole-cured state here r .at prefersoil upon which forest trees j jectionable. Some dark breeds; 'wben'mated almost any.one who lives on a farm, understands .

home has,1,,been; heeded by some of have grown is to be found in the presence with white breeds, produce chicken talk very'well, though t

the growers, ,while others' will.fall:inline ) of the vegetable. compost whichis white or,very light chickens. White he may never.have: thought of it in that '

within'the.next few days. formed by decaying leaves. ;Such and.buff fowls are to be preferred. If, way. '
On 'Wednesday'morning last Mr.' soil< becomes rich in. mimic acid and you are to raise brown eggs'you must .Every one knows that a hen feels well
when she sings and her to '
expects produce
W. A. pradyJoCWestTampa.brougbtout in the double salts of silica, which are not keep a'pure breed of the non-sit- eggs: plentifully at such,times. She bali's '

Mr.rOHalloran! one of the largest( nourishing materials of great service in ting, varieties. You 'may cross them separate word for warning ofdanger to j -

cigar; manufacturers of:Tampa; and in the, proper culture of the tobacco with the breeds that lay brown eggs* the one she uses, when she approaches
andS. plant."-American,Agriculturist. If you are to keep your stock pure you her owner and: turns her head up so as to ,
with Messrs. J. A. Barnse focus
company one on}him and watches to
eye see
which
have from to choose White and
? Thomas, an inspection,was madeof what she is going to get to eat,and if she .
the.tol acco,crop stored away herein President Homer T. Fuller, of Buff Wyandottes and White Plymouth' does not get it she speaks about! it pretty I

town. Mr.' O'Halloran; with the Doury cpllege, Missouri)* read an interesting Rocks, which have no feathers on soon. She can say her equivalent of

of an expert examining carefully I. paper on pear diseases. To their legs, and Light Brahmas and "ouch" very plainly if another hen suddenly '

,but eye rapidly the different crops of' to prevent pear blight he would.use wood Buff Cochins which do have feathers; feather out pecks of her.her or tries' to pluck a

,bacco. In the afternoon the party ashes liberally, sometimes mixed witha ontheir legs. They also make most The master of the flock has his'own

visited the barns north of town,. going little salt. He finds only one reme- excellent yellow poultry. If you cross peculiar way of calling his mates to himor

' out as far as W. S. ,Knight and J. K. dy for blight-Cutting infected part for brown eggs, mate large White,Leg warning them to look out for danger.
off'and horns Buff with The mother hen talks tohor babies con-
Martin. the' burning. or Leghorns Light
Returning to town big ...
stantly, calling them to ber
Brahmas or Buff Cochins rather than warning
,barn of T; Alderman was gone through.At them to look out or sounding an alarm of
$ o'clock Mr. 'O,'Hal1or met Farm Poultry. with Wyandottes Plymouth Rocks, immediate peril} by different sounds that
the growers at the'school hall and to The following is an extract from an' as the result will be better;' If you are words just as much 'as if they had '

,,several of them he ,made cash offersfor essay read by Samuel Cushman, on cross for flesh production, 'mate compact been spoken in English..
-in "The Best'' :Means of yellow-legged games, white or Let a stranger approach a hen with a /
their Common
:crop, averaging price '4S Improving brood of chickens and she will begin to
cents per :pound,. in the ,pole cured. Farm Poultry," at the Farmers' light colored birds preferred, with any talk to them very' vehemently and call ..

,state.; Meeting in Boston, Mass. February of 'the foregoing. .or Wyandottes, or for them to hurry with her away from '
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At 6o6; Messrs. O'Halloran and 20, 1897. Plymouth Rocks with the Light Brah I the presence of possible evil. '

Brady.returned to Tampa,but promis- The best breed is the one whose mas or Buff Cochins. Both Cornish The little chick cries when it is lost in ,
plaintive manner and when is -
ing to again visit'.Plant City within two product, quantity considered; best and Indian Games, which which are slow very sleepy it teases.its. mother to be put it to .

weeks and renew 'their offeror 'the suits your particular market. The demand ;- growers, Houdans, are quick bed as persistently and continuously as

tobacco yet' unsold. in certain sections -for market growers, have full, flesh developmentbut any little member of the human family.

Now to sum up'"the results of the, poultry! having very yellow skin and dark.,plumage, and may be mated Then when the mother thinks it timo for .
them to to bed she calls ,
and Buff them
with LighfBrahmas Cochins go to bur
visit of Mr O'Halloran. senseless fad much
legs is a just as, as and talks
with results. baby to them, and they talk to J
B. H. McCoy, who has in the neighborhood breeding for beauty is a.fad. People and Wyandottes good : each other under her wings while she

of iboo pounds of very, fine ignorant of what good poultry is thinka The best pure breeds for white eggs; croons a lullaby ,that,quickly 'soothes

leaf, Vas offered,50 I cents perpound, yellow chicken looks rich and where yellow poultry is, a consideration them to quiet and rest.

which he promptly accepted. The healthy. The fact is that a thin,wasted are White Leghorns (large strain) If a flock bf hens is kept tame enoughto
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and White Plymouth Rocks (white egg feel familiar with their owner, it"is interesting -
is be chicken will look like
tobacco to delivered at the factory a healthy to watch them and listen
to
because the color of f his skin strain). If you cross for, white eggs; .
in Tampa. v one, is their talk, and one soon gets to understand *, -
White Minorca-White .
Messrs. Thomas & Robinson were yellow, while 'a white-skinned, bird try the Leghorncross. the finer shades of meaning: in ,
offered 40 cents per pound for their must be plump and fat or it will not Where dark legs and white their language., No other bird or animal
of Unless fat and in skin are not objected to,,keep Black has a"vocabulary"as copious as that of the
big crop some two or three thous- pass muster. good ,
white and common fowl >
and 'pounds., These gentlemen/very condition the.flesh of the latter shows :Minorcas for large eggs I ..s.. --
which !
wisely concluded that a "bird in thehand through its more tender and transpa- Black Langshans, are Black hardy Mi, There is more Catarrh in this sectionof
brown :
was.worth two in the bush," and rent skin and therefore looks blue and for deep eggs.A the than all other diseases put
accepted the offer. unattractive. Certain ,breeds that norca-Langshan cross is probably the count until the last few years

J. A. ,Barnes refused, an offer of 50 have the most juicy, tender and delicious best cross for egg production, if size was supposed 'to be incurable, For agreat

nts per pound for, his ,crop. flelb of the fowl, have white and number of eggs and hardiness many years doctors pronounced it
considered. Houdans for a local disease, and prescribed local
In ,like' .manner' did the Messrs. skin.and',white or dark legs. In some only are remedies and
by .constantly failing to
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flesh. Indian, Games and Dorking
, .. .t.,&:Reeves a bid of 46 cents for Markets, Philadelphia and New York, cure with local treatment,pronounced it
a good chicken, .one that! -is,soft, ten- cocks may be crossed on Langshans inct rable. .Science, has proven Catarrh \ f}

.Martin also declined an offer der, plump and fat,,is alright, .regardless good'results if your market does_ to be a constitutional disease', and therefore

ints. of color"of skin or leg. But[ not require yellow poultry. requires'tonaUtutional.' ..treatmentHall's '

,.timeVas' limited Mr. O'Hal- you.must bow to this ,fad where it exists .-. J. Cheney Catarrh& Co Cure Toledo, manufacture, Ohio,* is by the F. #

:unable to-see the rest of the in order to sell. your goods ..unlessyou Suit was brought in the circuit only, ronfitttnttajftl:cure on. the market.

[but at;his next,visit he hopes have.a private;trade, and;are willnig I. court. yesterday' by R. E..: Rose; It,fa,,1? tti B Hy&. does from 10

:i-Plant-City, Courier* to carry on an; educational campaign I- through his attorneys,. Begt rand.,,Palmer -' uL. ;It acts ,9$iireetry '
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., Tobacco' Industry' Boston and some. other eastern mar- $Sooojc mlIUSS claimed to be due fc Bi H BRto .cure.' Send for. ..


>med. ? kets, while white, ones ,bring the best R. K. ,Rose on the ,sale'pf the St. m s. Address ..
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the German sci- prices: 'in, New York city.. There, is Cloud'property to Cuban company, ENEY&CO.si ; # ,-_
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:,. Florida'.:Juiet.' ui rtiit't ,Gr w, r. where dispose of it They miss their ;ro Make Llghtwood Posts. Some Historic Olive Trees.

'.-. :: # :;, ;. old_ 'enemy-and often best friend, -the Recurring to this subject, which After the Revolutionary Con

; ; .1w t1 y'Nxpeitpntea at. 16::Main. commission man. 4 was briefly discussed in our issue two gress presented to General Nathaniel

'. btreet1acksonri11e.V1a.' : t 1.: --The writer has, had the'sam expe- weeks ago, 'we. would say that we hada Greene the island of Dungenness offthe

-, conversation with experienced, coast of Georgia. He, importedfrom
". TKEM8 OV.BUBsCBIPTiolr. rience in a Northern State in selling
and he confirmed instructions
turpentiner and
our Europe planted it
on a number -
\. tit.-; Out Year ..,...i.o. .'!..- M. .ii ..ft-.-. 11oo- wool.. In one of the most intelligentand so far as they went. But of olive trees. They flourishedand
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I..or !x Month..... ; '* ,? / X>OP I progressive' wool. growing com. they did not go far enough. In addition -, bore fruit abundantly ; C. F. Le.

.- In foreign CoaJIt tet;'....t!,.,..!... ..:'r S.oo munities of one of the,finest States ,in to girdling thetree, nearly aroundit I Baron, a civil engineer of Jacksonville,.

;rs ;Subscriptions in all\cases.cash in the Union, it was found impossible to should be: slashed on opposite.sides, states that he has seen them loaded
'-' advance. No discount.allowed'on one's combine the growers in a scheme to as the turpentine makers do it. Thatis and the ground covered, and that he

I all ownrabecription liberal(except casa'commission'in a dub),but will to establish a central packing house, .the bark ,and a thin layer of the paid $1.00 a quart for oil manufactured

': be allowed agents a on all 'subscription_obtainedby where the farmers' clips could be sorted sapwood should be removed las far up from it. They survived all the vicissitudes -
I the tree as it is desired to convert it of climate for
'j them. Write for tenna.; graded and sold on their merits. a century, but
jealousy the into material for posts. As far as the succumbed to the double freeze in the
subscriber old remitting Neighborhood prevented
To_every ;new,or .
us $3.00, 'we will send the paper one success of this most business like undertaking slashing extends the wood sbon becomes winter of 1894-5. The present owner

year and a .copy 'of..RoU Vegetable and the i result was, the deasely filled with pitch 'and isrendered 'I of the island, T. M. Carnegie-or of
Growing' 4n 'the South, for' Northern small growers had to haul 'their clips practically indestructible; so much of it as embraces the old
Markets post-paid. .Foitwo'w subscribers made of this pitchy heartwoodhave olive had them
down
at $2.O0'eacht.we.will'? ;: send, to'the local'merchants and sell them posts prchard- cut
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'. "'r '. postpaid, a 'copy of Moore's. "Orange for what they could get, as only the been known to last eighty years.A and sawn Into lumber. He i!$ havingan
Culture."; large growers could present clips, of somewhat speedier process would addition built to his residence and

? Bates.. of. advertising: .bn application: sufficient bulk to attract the agents of be to cut down the trees, peel them, the entire inside is being finished
them under cover out of the rain with this olive
Remittances should be made by check, the great Boston and Philadelphia put lumber. The largest
.. postal note, money order .or registered manufacturers to come and examine and sunshine for about two months, sticks are only a few feet. long and tenor '
letter to order: of them. then fill them with pitch artificially.: eleven inches through at the butts.It .

S ,. VABXES AJTD'FRUIT GROWER, Any farmer with: sufficient ability to This is done in North Carolina by is described as being the finest lumber

Jacksonville,Fla. make a good living can prepare wool l placing the post on frame. horizontally known to carpenters, susceptibleof
for the buyer, but it requires experi. above a bed of hot ccals and an exquisite polish. It gives back

'. t ence and natural adaptation for the smearing it with crude gum boiling every object placed before, it like- a

5 CONTENTS.l business,- beyond the reach of most hot The post is slowly turned withan mirror The knots in it assume fan.

., .... -, farmers, to ,"betune" fine, cigar wrapper 'improvised crank, allowing the tastic shapes ; one- can readily i imagineone

Renewing Strawbmes; the James Grape;. !leaf in such! fashion,as,to. developits pitch to permeate,it thoroughly. Still, sees.-a rose, a magnolia flower" an
Fertilizers for Tomatoes '..."....._..... 482 highest value and make it command this is a slow'' and laborious.process, oyster, .a clam, a wild cat's head, a =
and if the slashing is ,carefully done fish similar
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6 ;. GBOVB AND OxcBAKivr-Camphor Trees; I its ultimate price. star or some object.
.', White Fly on the China Tree; The Myers I We are confident that the men who as above described it will be found a .
Substation Again; Some,Reasons Why IMoney have and the cheaper method of making post ma- The Water Hyacinth Pest.
'Ot.< Co to Florida.:.._................. ...... '483 produced shipped highest terial and it will not
class of Florida who have occupy a great As the conditions exist navi
oranges, now ,
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Crops; Orange deal longer time in its completion than
given the fruit its character in the gation on the St. Johns is
; upper very
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Parasites of theFruit-Growers .485FA&HKR will the artificial filling of the wood
markets of both continents, can, with difficult and if the growth of the plantis
\, .' S AND or&uczEa-Letter From practice, betune Cuba wrapper leaf with pitch.If not arrested it will be an impossibility -
.DeSoto County;Heterodoxy on Cowpeas;;
the filled it
Forage Plants-Grasses...., .. ,....,.:...... 46 pith. success. A perfect 'orange:' is posts are artificially for steamboats. ply the waters'
must be done.the entire length and
artistic of river another .
i ,POULTRY-The Black.Cast India Duck;Two. quite as a product as a cigar the'upper year.
v ...... leaf. But with their also on the ends_ in order to preventthe These facts called the
Hundred, ggs$ Year...,.......- 487 wrapper present were to at-
: STATE NBWSV......,......................... 488 lack of experience, when they have ihoisture from entering the wood. ention of the Agricultural Department
:ouR RURAL HOMK-,Hats; Pure Orange Jelly reached the/'point where their crops -. ,." .. : and Prof.! H. J. Webber was'appointed -

I # .. ;Boys in the Garden;Much From Little 488 r are pole-cured, they had better stop Tobacco from the Flatwoods. by the Department to investi-
--:. 'TOBACCO, -Buyers for Florida Tobacco; Is the right,there. If ,no cash ,buyer is1.immediately gats. the matter and report thereon.
Sumatra Industry Doomed?.............. 489' available, they can proceedto Mr. E. S. Hubbard, the well-known The report in full has been published -

\\l :. Farm. Poultry; Chicken Talk.. ................ 489, strip and bunch the crop into orange grower of Federal Point, by the Agricultural Departmentand

EDITOBIAI*-Troubles ol Tobacco Growers; 'hands/''bulk it down and let it stand, brought to our office samples of' his makes a work of twenty pages,
; '. S To make Llghtwood Posts;Tobacco: Prom until the buyer does come or'can ''besought tobacco of three varieties, the Vuelta illustrated with four pages *of views

the Flatwoods; Some Historic Olive out Abajo the :Manicaragua and the Su. representing the hyacinth in the rivers
Trees The Water Hyadnth Pest ,Value
.. \' of Good; Commission Houses......;:. .e.." 490 The temptation to betune the crop matra. They were all very fine, especially and creeks. .
t and "get all there is in it' be the Sumatra this would-be a Among the remedial agencies to
'. Markets.....N....,,....!!...!................... 49 may ; .
*" strong. A'Tampa paper tells of ,a little hard to beat in its exquisite delicacy which practical men have turned with

'., : WeeklyCtopBulletin- Weather grower from Brooksville who brought of tissue and its elasticity. These some degree ot hopefulness is the red
h, 'l' Report............... ... ...............,. 493 down artificial said be the which
.1,000 pounds of pole-cured tobacco samples were grown on fertilizers spider, to same
,;' Controlling the Sac;Making the Most of Mai and sold it for 45 cents a pound, mixed by Mr. Hubbard after a works the damage on orange, trees in
n re.......... .....,...'... ....'....... .....' 494 $450. It cost purchaser $136 to formula of:his, own. After reading so dry weather. But Captain Shaw, of

.,% '' :..Items..: 'J .,..,..........*..........,.......<.,...... 496' cure,it and he sold! it for $734,' thus much as we have of the total unfitness the St. Johns River Clyde Line, has

t \" :y,.. .r, .1.. clearing $148, or about twentyfiveper. of the flatwoods to produce a cast"cold water on these hopes; he declares -

?:; Weather in Jacksonville. cent The grower is very apt to high-grade wrapper leaf, we were as- that at' the present snail's pace
: ,, Week Ending July'a6,1897 think that this is too great a profit fort tonished at this display. The season with which the insect is proceeding in

.. middleman to pocket.Let has been favorable. tobacco on that its mission it will never clear the
""S"Si'i' ': 4 'a. N ; ,.;. .:.!.Si. us see.1 Dr. Mesa, said to class of lands on account of the deficient river of the pest.

; DATS. ; : p !! = w caw be a Cuban expert, made a propositionto rainfall; in an ,ordinary rainy It is stated that a number of orange
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..> _. '; -t I the Putnam County Tobacco Grow season we should expect to find the growers living on the river below Pa-

ti July h 31 20.,.,...,..,...,. 80 73 80 90 8cj- ,7.75 .14 16 82 83 a4.1 ers'. Association to take 1 their crops, fiber somewhat coarser. latka have joined together in constructing
.o.. 33........ 79 83E 91 .76 IS 84 .1" cure them in a central packery, charge Mr. Hubbard had "beentrained a timber breakwater or levee, en
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: S o.' 24.23....,.... 78 79 80 95 94 s 24 18' 83 85 ,,0:"TJ the owners the actual expense and,,ten tobacco culture in Connecticut, tinuous along their premises,
'.. 2. ...... B. 86 94 'Tl 17.86 .0 per cent. commission for selling. TQ:= hence he will betune his tobacco him enough out from shore to keep
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I - bacco shrinks about twenty-five .,percent self, which is not advisable for'the average hyacinth in water so deep that/'
'. Ifean.' ......... 79 81 93 75 16 84. 36 in weight in the process'of( cur- inexperienced planter. The not lodge and take root. Thu r

4 ..',;,:{ 'ToUlrtinfcllTTraee. ing. It costs about ten or twelve. drouth cut the yield short-only about to keep moving and is passed\ ; W

4-":-f '' ./l : A. J. M _,_ .' cents per pound for' the expert labor 3tooo pounds on eight acres-but Mr. within reach ot the salt orate;

;: '-. I' r.Observer._ and other expenses of curing. Add Hubbard expects to make it net him destroys it. There may be

-' '. .: MMMHHMMMi <" to that ten per cent commission on the over'a dollar a pound. He brings to hint in this. fact Sri.'
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i \x weighed-uVcropnot the cured crop'and ) culture the same MB M H HHVH

: t \" "' ? 'The_ expectedThe it does not take very acute figur- accuracy and careful attention to details Value. Good Oom-:

,} t ;; ,: 'growers ha, v r]ing'to demonstrate that the farmer,had which made him ,successful orange A recent dispatch fr,<'

=:. ,. ,O---lD&taD.CCS.P: I, better generally his crop when culture,. and we' have 'no doubt that out.of several b =
,.":: :;i.iJ crop--tfidugh.vere.dfouth I! :. se- pole-cured"J ; if he can do i it in- his own \expectations'will be realized.Mr. pears shipped fro; '
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x sold at home for-seventy-five cents 2.25 to 3.00; good, to choice.25 to 2.00; T" ," :}

per barrel, .The unsatisfactory natureof poor,to fair, .50. to 1.00; Virginia Troths, 5

the returns was attributed by the I l.OOtol.50.PearsLcConte:-' FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA !1
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correspondent chiefly to the dishonesty Southern, poor to ,fancy,,1.50+ ]
of the commission men to whom to'2.75., :
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they were consigned.Now Pineapples ,

the writer's owntown, La v. 3,00 Indian to 3.5030s-2.75 River Beds, standard td 3.00; 38s crates, 2.25to 24s- The Oldest National- Bank- .' in the State. :i

tey, has probably no better pears than 2.50; 48s, 1.50 to 1.75. -

those produced at Archer, since the Melons- OHARTERED,1874.. CHARTER.v EXTENDED' 1894. J

latter is an orange growing point of Watermelons, fair t to. choice, per car, By conservative,yet liberal method,this bank has achievedthe highest reputatioi for solidity .
and 125.00 to 175.00; common, 75.00 to 100.00; strength and ability to meet all legitimate demands. f ,
experience, good orange growers medium to large 100, 15.00 to 25.00 We buy and sell foreign and domestic.exchange on the most'favoteble terms,drawing our own !j
per .
generally raise good pears. But Law- ; drafts on all parts of the world. ,,}
small, 8.00 to 12.00; muskmelons Maryland We Invite visit toward business -
a or correspondence looking relations,.assuring you that ;
tey has: no reason ,to ,complain of the: Gem and Jenny Lind, earner, 1.00 favors shall at all times receive intelligent and careful attention' rout -'

commission men. Many hundreds of to 1.75; muskmelons,' Norfolk Gem and JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, ; R. C. COOLEY .i
barrels have been shipped, and so far Jenny Lind barrel, tOO.to 1.50; muskmel President. :

we have, not heard of the loss of any. oils, Norfolk and Jenny. Lind, carrier, .50 Safe Cashier. a;
Boxes
to 1.00 FRENCH & Co. Deposit For Rent.
Very few, if, any, have netted less than 1011.

$ra barrel, and many have netted $2 :Philadelphia>> Market. a ".

l .and,$2.25. Early in.her:history Law- PHILADELPHIA July 22. : C.C.Robertson IEstate"

fey had .a wide-awake fruit-growers' LeConte Pears moving much betterand ,
association, and though it finally went at improved prices, and' with only

'to pieces through internal dissensions, light receipts, prospects favorable for, a
FIRE
INSURANCE
continued improvement. Florida Pine. AND
it lived long' enough to bring the continue in and
apples light supply pricesare
growers in communication with\ first- much higher on the larger sizes, HOUSE RENTING., ,AGENCY.
class commission houses in the I chief while the email ones are moving better ;*-

Northern cities; and ever since the at improved prices. Watermelons have Hogan and, Adams Street, '-"-. Jacksonville Fla. .
consignments have been 'directed.to been in'liberal supply, but'most arrivalsare ,

f' these or others equally good, with' moving small slow Mind, while medium the large size,,and which, fancyare are Do a general Real Estate Business. Special ,Attention ,- '

satisfactory results. readily' taken at good prices. Le- given to exchanging property. Very large
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Ikmte Pears, Georgia and Florida, $3.00to .
$4.50; Pineapples, Florida Reds per and,'some good speculations can be had now. "
standard crate,24s to 36s,$2.25 to $3.00; "
:flarkets.JACKSONVILLE 40s to 56s, $1.50 'to $2.00; Egyptian Money to LEND on Jacksonville Property Only.Orange .
Queens $2.25 to $3.50; Smooth Cay. ..

enne and Porto Rico, $3.00 to 300. GtfoVes Titobeu.
Tracts and
r FLA., July 30, 1897.. Watermelons, Southern choice to fancy, ) ,
large, per 100, $25.00 to '$35.00; medium -
AND PRODUCE.
FRUITS size, 15.00 to $20.00; culls, $8.00 Phosphate Pfopet* ies.FARMS. ..
Corrected by Marx Bros. to $l .OO. Canteloupes, Southern, per

i toil These fetch are prices avenge above top quotations.quotation Extra,while choice poor baa., $1.50 to $$2.00 per_ bbl.,. ,$1.50 to : 'r LEPH9NE, ,18-gt
lots aenlower.'Le $4.00 ,
CoIltc Pears.....................,..,....... 1.00 ; REDFIELD & SoN:
Grapes, crate...... ....... .,.....,. 7SC to 1.00 -
Pines..........,.'...........>................. ...1.35 SITUATIONS SECURED fOR STUDENTS.
Peaches..;..,......t........carrier.........1:25 Pittsburg Market.
lemons, Messina...............f.box....... 4.50 Peaches-Bushel crate, 1.00 to 3.00 '
............ .... ;
English Peas, dried, ..4 l18. ;-,1.35 '
Peanuts best brand...... .............04 to .05 one-half bushel boxes, .50 to 1.25; six- MASSEY'SJacksonville : .', "
Cabbage N. [V.:..........if....... '.07 to .08 basket .carriers, 1.00 to 3.50; one-half .-. :" 1 .
Potatoes, New....... .....:....bbl..1.50 to 2.75 bushel baskets, .50 to 1.50; ten-pound '
'Onions.VEGETABLES' ; baskets, .15 to ..50.Pears.Georg'iabacrel..' \

I ; 3.50 to 4.00;
AND POULTRY. bushel box, 1.00 to 1.50; California. box, -
2.00 to'2.25. .
Corrected by Davis&Robinson.
Yellow Yams, ..........-.-.....bl18h. 75 Sweet Potatoes-Fancy' yellow, barrel, I ,
Sweet .......... ..i,....... 75 5.00 to 6.00; red,barrel, 3.00 to 4.00. .
Potatoes,, ................bbl 1.50 Watermelons: large. 100, 20.00to
Lettuce, .;..................._.dox .15 small y ,. Fla., ,
Celery;Florida......... ....._ none ,25.00;, ordinary, 100 10.00 to ,
Egg Plant.............:...... .bbl..i.ooto ISO: 15.00; cars, as to quality, 125.00 to 250.00 .Columbus Ga.: .
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Tomatoes, ....................crate... .so to .75 Pineapples Florida one-half ,crate, ,
Sweet Pepper., .................;:....'. ....glutted 2.50. S .,
S Green Beans................... crate..I.:00 to i SO to. 2.75.QUICK, Birmingham, Ala., : ;
Pumpkins, ,....'....__......:leach .05 to ...10Ktflhaw '
.... '..... ..........each .o3to .10 Montgomery, Ala.
Parsley, ...........per doz.bunches, aotoss
GreeD onions,.....per dos bunches ;.15 to .25
THE SCHOOLS OF THE
Pepper,hot...."'".............bushel .50 WORK SOUTH..
Sage well cured.........-...........lb 25 ,
Hens.._-.-....-..-.. 25 to 3,0, In selling and paying for-Fruits and Veg- < CHEAPEST. AND BEST.. "
Roost ers........._...............>... 15C .25 to'' us'is our motto. WE <
Half.crown.--............. \12 to .25 GIVE GOODS SENT US BY GROWERS < Send for Catalogue Address Nearest School.;
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/ Turkey, per pound,gross 10 FIRST' PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVER<
Ducks.: .._.__.....S.. _.l.r ,,25Oc BUY OUBSEI. ES. They are protectedby < J
SC. ..-...**..::...*........;.-...... .25 to .30 our 40 years experience without defaulting < '
Leeks ...........per dox bunches. .15 a dollar. Enquire as to our standingand < TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL AT Do not be imposed upon, but'be
U RttdUhes, .....................per dOl .20 to.25 financial stability which any bank or <
I Cucumbers,.....*. ,.............crate 7stoi.oo merchants having can < I sure that your ,ticket reads by The
Spinach, ................per bushel .7S verify then try -WE BELIEVE OUR < NASHVILLE MAY i TO .. '
Cabbage Florida. ..............bbl oI.ootoloSO METHOD WILL SATISFY YOU. Send 4 ,
Salilfr ..........per dozen bunches none I your name for our quotations. Stencil and < -
Cauliflower............,-......per bbl 3.00 cards free; Letters piomptly answered.'< OCTOBER WESTERN AND ATLANTIC R.R.,
Green peas, ... ............ crate 1.00 to loSO 31.The .
Turnips..........\..*..............bunch 103 FRENCH & CO. AND THE NASHVILLE, ,CHATTANOOGA -
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Florida Hooey .. .pound section .10
*' New Potatoes".....:,......barrel a.ooloa.25. building .and grounds of the
Squash....._.................crate .75 .. 116 Warreft St., New York.ESTABLISHED J.\NDsr. LOUIS R'V' '
Melons.t......;......... ..each .sctoiocCantaloupes. Tennessee Centennial, in numbers and
..........;.........bbl. 2,25103.00 I 1855. between Atlanta and Nashville.
Lima beans.....................qt .10 to.IZ architectural beauty,surpass Atlanta's,
Green corn... ......,:........doz .ioto.ii I; :
and nearly equal Chicago's.. The exhibits .

Bradley RtdJUld.Eugene B. IltdJUM are all.ready, and are interest- For sleeping car berths, or any information .

New York' Market. BSTASUSHSD f 1871. ing and instructive. The live stock about rates, hotel or boarding

NE)' OBX.'July 28,89'{. REDFIELD SON, display excels any exhibition of the :house'accommodations. in Nash
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made. ..upon or
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ket:weaker and lower for all grades \ "-
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riea oyer* from last week and With The Western and Atlantic'lea
ivala today-market is weaklandAn | Fruit Auctioneers, .

,occasional fancy car brought 141,Dock Street,Philadelphia, Pa. and the 'Nashville,: Gtyattan ger Agt., Atlanta Ga.

premium, but quot tiona'cover" We handle all]kinds of Fruits Vegetables, St. Louis Railway/run solid v, '1Q1Jcr.-TJi: round ftrip 5 5h'illa

either at private sale(which ha*heretofore bees trains with 'Pullma 's :finest,si are cheaper than. -
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"**>*-t* 'tjgfrSf" rSa ( &$* f ?* *"* b :been; warm with scattered show- week has ripened prematurely .
'. ''*1c0RWZEIENDINGMO i; Y2ti: ((6si5Eicti;: l were beneficial to eane.po' and caused some loss; cotton has been .-t.; ,

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r notbeen..sofavorable, "' ;}>.Z: "frig The distribution of moisture has not peas are doing; well.-G. E. Dennis. j.-
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'_not ked as-ti ,p? is siiouely l : the district received only light county; ,no rain of any consequence:

i : detr!1 1.to crop condition.;T?Corn; showers., Some of the southwest.received for three months; crops, are a failure
Shortest Host AttractiveROJJ'E
Q Quickest
wherever this is the case.-J. D. Me-
'is' ; the, averageswogreater; an adequate .amount, and.fa. 4 !
po of the westerncotto i WI lCti!)with l': yorable .crop conditions cont uef Alily. I :
Joing4 fairly cell,"tlgli}'the Southern District:
Sweet/potato- planting continues;;, or- BETWEEN
tI past k" in the a trice rain;il hataus finge. trees in good condition -with Orange City.-What rains. te have FLORIDA POINTS AND THE NORTH. I?

.the staple! to: sled ome: oir indications of' plenty fruit from the are appreciated,but we need rare and TUX I

high"" ds. Housing and",, ., ing.fod-! orange. counties of the southern ,district more; groves doing well. 5; M. Florida ,Central and Peninsular ii:
Eder.: yeover.theState] ;b t. wpearsbeing&hipped Housing fodder and curing Morse/ .

.' !\ ; mainyabemg! A 'fecti; 'i for tobacco continue. Cora is reported Micanopy. -\Ve have had, some NEW THROUGH.. ROUTES.

hprne? "use; melons scarce;, rjineapple] good, from .Bayhill, Sumter county.: showers, but the atmosphere is still New York to Jacksonville by
shipments from 'southernnties.dl;; ; Fair crop of corn expected? in Lake, hot and oppressive; mosto: ( the farms New and Florida*" I ington.Pennsylvania Southern R R.Hallway to Wash-to

minished' ; .orange; :putlook' ;good.-' ,f. where-tobacco ',matured: very satisfac- ers are through pulling fodder; the Northern Air Line.. Columbia Peninsular, Florida to all Central principal&
'. Western District': $$$? 1 torily.": -Potatoes and field peas planted few that planted tobacco are busy cur- points In Florida..,

f The distribution rainWr.over: : the witfia.few melons, for home use. ing through; planting potatoes.M. Cincinnati tion by Queen to Harriman& Crescent JuIicCincinnati -,

'district has been unsatisfactory.;, Some Peanu /and.cane good. Orange trees. C.. Arnow. Harriman Junction to AsbeAehevllie -
v portiohs'were favored wiUr: sufficient and vegetables greatly improved in Mascotte. -While the rains have : & YUle ern and Railway Columbia and by Florida South-

moisture 'on:the 22d and 23d:,butthe Orange county by recent rains. 'Seeding been occasional only, the crops have Jacksonville. Central&Pensnsular-Columbia

greater portion of the: district-:is ,'suffering .. for tobacco in DeSoto county. : been kept\, clean;, corn is ,a fair crop; Cincinnati to Jacksonville to Jacksonville by

from absence of necessary rain. Area to. be set will be greater than tobacco matured' fine and,mostly cut; Cincinnati Queen & Crescent to Chattanooga

Sweet potato planting'' 'isr :"delayed; current year. But few pineapples potatoes'and field peas are generally and,Florida}ette,Florida, Southern Central E'y &to Penin-Ever-

.. grass,reported,dying over;limited. sections going,forward from lower'peninsular planted;. melons for home demand Limited. points.solar to Important Florida

; :corn damaged,'with','cotton 'as counties! good and fine size on lowlands; pea- Kansas' City, Fort Scott &

the; only istaple product Jwithstanding REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS. nuts and chufas have developed nicely Kaiisag and City Memphis R.K.to Kansas Cit ,

the dry _weatHer It has i succumbed 'during the past two weeks; and so Jackso'villeThro'. LineHolly to to Birmingham Everette, Fla.Southern Central UTy&

on::'elevated lands and :is:reported as ,Westerji District: of Kaffir, sugar' cane and cassava*.- Peninsular to all,Fla. points,

,shedding.. The week was.Hot;and dry Weather:. very hot and needing rain D. H. Rosenberg.. Louis Short to Line Jacksonville to Du uoln by.

in Washington, Leon ,an -iGadsden' in some places .to set out potatoes;cot. Bowling Gre n:,-.Sufficient rain has 'Bp'gg. .1St. Central, to Holly p'gst'
Route. City Memphis & Birmingham
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counties. ;' though 'those ,conditions ton starting,, to open; cane crop is fallen and crops doing finely; quite an to Birmingham,Sou.
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were broken in portions of: :the coon' fine;. cotton can't be beat.-H. G.. amount of tobacco seed planted and R'y to Everette and< F, C.& P.

ties:by-refreshing; ) ers.4Cotton.is; Lewis., doing well; oranges promise a good,. Sioux City ll.& Chicago Cent. to to Holly Jack

a- reported as opening; drying,fruit is receiving Con ord.-Weather.still dry; vegetables crop.-J., E, Thwaites. Holly lloute.Sp'gg}Sp'g8K,0., Sou.M.B'f& D.to to Ever-Birmingham

attention. Cotton"reported as >)f all kinds are suffering great- Estero.The results of previous II etto and the F. C. &P.

". very good portions of Lebn.. county.. ly; grass is drying; cotton held upwell heavy rains. are seen in the vigorous '.Louisllle & Nashlllo to Rive
New Orleans Junction. F.'C. &
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Condition of corn'throughout: the district until 'a week,ago, but now fading growth of all vegetation; there have To }route with through sleepers

,however, is .unsatisfactory, and fast.-D. Patterson. been several sprinkles during the Jack o'wllle, Jacksonville.between 'Now Orleans and

;; the. yield ,will;be':decidedly?belpw(the MatW: n .-Had good in on 23d, week, but not. 'eriough to measure. The F., C. >& P. has 700 miles of track in
.average. Cutting';:.tobacco, ; coutinues,; the Jrst In-two.or three weeks; tao late cept in two instances.-0. F. L'Am- Florida Tobacco running Region*through, the

\ The outlook'JOt tobacco 'isfhot satis-*. for: corn "but "will help cotton; corn oreaux. Stock Farming and Dairy Section,

factory'hi Leon county' '. very poor, will not make over half a Central,,DisirihCandler.Plenty Orange, Banana Peach and and Strawberry Pineapple. Country Land. _

I i Northern, Districts *' crop> on account of drouth. Cotton is of rain this week; Phophate'rugs. the Delt.Silver Spring and "

Ir 4. The week has' been :favorable over some better, but ;has been sheddingvery vegetation doing its best; orange trees; Other Vine Scenery .
The Great Hunting
.a'portion of.the:district;; more; 'so .than bad.;-W. J. Watson., putting forth a' vigorous growth, and Reaches the Noted Country.fishing Ground.

:over western" counties. SHowers 'to Stephenville.-Good rain on"\the cultivation of groves being pushed. ety Has of the soUs best in the lands State for, and tillage above, greatest all vans
rains sections of Co- zest; crops good; sweet potatoes H.Fox.Tarpon
good1 fell\ :over -John Runs over the Central Rldgeland
: lumb'a, :;Suwanee|Putnam,.St, Johns, planted early are, growing; fine; most Springs The, heavy rainy Where .It Is High and Healthy.

:Nassau, Baker and'Bradford) ,counties t :. of, the farmers'are pulling ( .- season seems at last to be on, although, the Prosperous best freight towns facilities fill its for route any and produce It offers to

'Excepting: lights ;,showers,'but;; :little. Mary J. King.. upon a moderate scale, arid every- the Northern markets.
,,)rain: i reported 'from::'Liberty: county,* Lake HaIL-On 22d,' a good rain thing rejoices.-C.. Webster.. free Send) and also note>for the the towns best on map its of routeA.O.MAODONELL.G.P.A Florida*- (sent

.._where aircrops l: >> 'fare reported'asjuflfering : fellcotton;, looks well; corn will not Citra.-A few ugh showers duringthe Jacksonville fa.
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and decidedly;,below' the average. exceed 'one-third 'Of a crop; potatoesare week;' not enough to'lay the dust; -

'i "The, general outlook forcorn .i indicates late;- tobacco', in 'this' immediate more. rain needed.-H. B..Ste'ens:. The Fla Cent. & PeninsuIarR.il
;1. ,:.the yield,willbe:. ,below' the,average, neighborhood\ is> failure; some sec Orlando.-Recent copiousrains ,

;s though there are exceptional instances tions 'of the,county' crops are good, have partially revived crop conditibns, Offers to, Shippers

where the staple is,fiery. fin..e.' Cotton but in this immediate section oorn, which had been been.impaired by the Tfie Shortest and oldest Route

ii|reported;to.be better" than_ for sev-, oats and sweet'potatoes. poor;-W.- B.. ten days of dry'weather;; potato vinesare BETWEEN
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Jkhyears in,Jeffersonwithpotatoes' ] Radford. being sets; orange:tree are resuming FLORIDA,AND ALL POINTS IN
;cane, pindars' and 'peas. \doing; ,well Northern District. growth=J. M. Rice.A. THE EAST AND WEST. .
Good ra3srefreshed:;: crop.conditionsin :Zif.-Fine rains this week but too J. :MITCHELL, With Improved Ventilated Cars,this company -

eetl,though? it; mill Muse' but late to do'corn.any good;;;. most of the Section Director, Jacksonville, Fla handle is the better equipped and Vegetable than ever ever to
Orange Crops and
little'change in'theconditipn. : ,pfrcorn: ; fodder. is pulled;, about half a crop of Insure close connections and prompt despatch. .
.Dry weather destroyedtvegetables; in.Bradford corn;\ cotton 'is doing very well; dry The English.and. French gardeners to,all Eastern and Western Markets.
to destination without
.: Cotton .reported'aboutVin weather;killed all the 'vegetables; .or- have learned ',the art of shipping and Through change C&TS or 'delay. -

.an'average condition'inf Baker..county ange :sprouts looking ,fine.-M. W. preparing for market to perfection, Perishable freightl oared by wire fi

withij,:the corn/cropgoodj'peertship.; Turner.. and everything/looks: good enough to shippers advised arrival time B&t1caUnatlon.i trig various. Ji J

rmeats finkhei,'In portwi iiilJ *.Hildretk-rhis': section had a good .eat withou.t cooking. ;Look into, heir 9letor; orerchariM" and loss pro!
rain:oh '22d 'and rain cucumber houses-the,hand&i >neverallowedto '} .
t ;county,corn Lreported .a light on 23dj; ; : ;: r

1idicitti .... fora. better." c.r. *" "i'er, has been ,very warm ,this .touch'the. fruit and when ria..F J3ee that c. &:P.your'orinformatloa RI.gQ'.I. ... ma'
., .' .vi ioils.ze: < ;,'!oreca 5;t farmers: have, been ''very ,busy picked it is carefully stood,in a.tub' of r wUonvo*' ...
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IN CR tfWRSERIES ,In fact, Arcadia ,and DeSoto county 300,000 STRAWBERRY PLANTS-CJondS..
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and Lady Thompsons. New,
.t .have about rid of the lawless
:; gotten Indian
vigorous plants. River :Write
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element and criminal branch.of for prices. C.H.ChurchlllIawteyP1*.
the 7-3-12
Offer' their: ,5ftlll.at-' keduced..Priees.
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."" ;;, ,'l :; :.:; '. courts now have but little business to STRAWBXBBYPlantsA
PHENOMENAL
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,ParsonBrown. Baby, Bloodg;; 'St Micha_ ,Jafta, Wash. Navels wonderful variety; also Lady Thompson and Improved -
'TardinyDancy, Kw"- rarica Lemons empty, and cattle stealing is' a thingof Newnan. Write for.prices. Lakemoat
"'. ;the past.-Ta111pa Tribune.riffiiijI. Strawberry Gardens, C. II. Ward General Manger .
"TriumphMarsh_ :B"Silver J Cluster>>! Pomelos, Winter Park, Fla. 6-x6.6 }
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At$25.per. : ;j1 iO..perPcent.offon: 500 lots. A FEWOFMYIMPERIALGBAPEFRUIT
-, ,* v I buds for sale, free by mail at sixty cents
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'4 J to 6 feet'high,first o wepect and guaranteed true to name. 6-19-6

.-. :ltlOHABD KLEMM: Winter Haven Fla. TWllTY'rHOUSAND NURSERY TREES in.
.. I 21 STYLES.BEST .' eluding frut 5 years old.
and CHEAPEST.. Also Hart's and Valencia Latl, Dancy Tangerines !'-
I and fall treatise. ,. Budded Grapefruit, Pineapple Eureka
Catalogue on tmjing fnitand
: vegetable crop mailed fn*. Addrew Lemon, and a few Seedless Grapefruit, Parson
Brown's and Enterprise Seedless All buds on
THELAK $NURSERIES.jOF : 1. WM. STAHL, QUINCY, ILL. Grapefruit stock 5 years old. Buds grown to
"fimm'III"n!nndnwiwwnwwwplmmUIflBN2NIla stakes. Trees very fine and sure to please bothas
to quality and price. Write us. BOWYER
> &: STEPHENS, Lakeland Pla.CMOOTIICAtENNKCrtARLOTTB.
A'8 jOF!SEEDLESS .C TRU8j.FRUiT TREES. / n CENT-A.- WOBD, COLUMN.

:; MARSH,POMELO ,(See6las}, LATE... .. ORANGE (Seedless, ), TAHITI LIMB (Seedleu), ROTHS-!
RATES.-Twenty words, name and address,

.' ... .v5ATSUMA_: ; cedleij), EUREKA LEJ10N (Seedless). one week,25 cents; three weeks 50 cents. Nothing chile Abbaka and Golden Queen Pineapple ,
Modelo Park
: r., taken for less than cents. sale at Pinery. Quality
,+C M. SH. ''PROPRIOTOR., 0) Advertisements for this 25 column ,MUST be unsurpassed. Address ORLANDO GRAPH
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paid.
LLT.. LIME AND POMELO -5"12., ,
ORANGE 'TREES.IlendforDeecrlp
: ,{ Send no stamps Jarger'tha two cents.
Initials and figures count as one wordPineapple / MO__UITO P ARAI.YZ1Ut does the work.'
'gue. LAKELAND, FLA. c ascf, six for |i..oo Seminole Co.,

.A. Daytona, Fla.' 6-12-8,
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9 'CHEAP EXOtTRSK NEW te contradicted by many, but. have FOR SALE-Smooth Cayenne and Abbaka

'. *. YORK"VIA. C L plated it correct during thirty-six. years Abbakas, Queens, Smooth Cayennes:, of best Co., St.*Petersburg and Slips.,.Fla.St. Petersburg 6-12-15 Pineapple -
f ; of a farming life at home and abroad quality; true to name. Grown 'in OrangeCounty.
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-, Tlhe Clyde Line., will l ''P special and.I place reliance on the rule from the ves, Orlando. Prices, Orange on application.Co., Fla. Dickison'7 31 & VELVET BEANS FOR SALE carefully shelled
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and
round rate fro nville Very fine quality, large
trip $32.00
J ; few: exceptions I have been able' to cor sound. .Apply ;to Miller & Boucher, Orlando,.
to'NewYork, ; on account f A R. roborate. Dr., Brooks, of the Hopkins BARGAIN SALE. OREXCHANGE Sl, :! fruit and vegetable farm closo to
:Encampment at ButTal ;.t.1' : ;very University in'America, has come to the Waldo. Good soil, good buildings and fences;
r+ cheap rate and should'bey advant same conclusion as this one which have variety of fruits; 50 barrels of pears this BARGAIN SALE-Florida Orange location Groves fait
: 'of by)all :who.desire a trip year; vineyard thrifty young orange grove, estate. Superior ;
; f age preached for many years back, and he easy fifteen per cent. next year; Avery & Reynolds -
strawberries eta Beautiful
'location
r. North. Tickets this lowwill be says that, "Whenever we are surrounded easy terms. Old age and poor health oblige: on Mount Alto, Franklin 1 Co,,Penna. -.

good to wI from;Jacksonvill ""any 'of with a favorable environment there is a me to sell or trade. For particulars apply to

..the'fol'owing\! ships and'datBemiliole tendency an excess of females; unfavorably J. J. Snyder,,Waldo, Fla. 7-31-3 You Should, See

8nndapAugut sill; .environment, on the other,hand, Those 3,000 two year King buds on 4 and 6
,Cherokee, Thursday, :Aug.1 a m. tends to an excess males." Now, by /1AMPHOR SEBlS.-I am booking orders for year stocks. The most profitable oraage grown.
\J camphor seed .from big trees, "true C. W. FOX Villa Lake Nurseries, Fruitland
my
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; Comanche unda1'A. g. this he that hasa
means so long as a man blue for Septemberi.delivery. K& Rumley,, Park, Ma. 6-5-tf.
and good to: return on anyup tod good income, and can live well, the'female Keuka, Fla. ,7 3a TREES- and Budwood. Buds '1.00

'.Oct, ber stet: Ii part of the population will go on increasing SATSUMA by Mail. $Soopet thousand by

.The public are assured tl service more rapidly than the male. FANCY PINEAPPLE PLANS sent postpaid Express. GLEN ST. MARY NURSERY COMPANY

{ ,of-the, .Clyde Line 'is',the.; -in: the What is the,reason that so' many savage as : 7 Smooth ,Cayenne suckers, Glen St. Mary, Fla.
*' $2; 7Abbaka suckers $150: 7 Abbaka Blips,
{ coastwise trade, and every' ,. '. idattenGrand- nations have been civilized off the face 11; '7 Golden Queen suckers, $1.50. Young Fine Stock.
I tion will be shown its; of the earth?; Because bad whiskey and Lee, Glen Oak. ,.Fla. 7-31 Nursery .
The, Department: ;,bi : Fl worse rum have'"so wrecked the constitution For next 60 days will sell Pine Citrus Nursery

$ '.,Army;of the Republic:,;ha\ led the of the males that all their progeny 'SMOOTH CAYENNE VILLA Stock at LAKE large NURSERIES discount. Send, Fruitland for price list, '

Clyde Line as the ,officW'lade ;'n.. for,comaf ,- are of the male sex, ane sojn time the fe-.; Fla. .ark

\\i and friends, and' the.;.. in- males gradually: .off,' and the males PINEAPPLE I 4 Pineapple Plants; from $3 per M,
.; 500.0OO
:: yited to join them. ); : have only the poor satisfaction of following SUCKERS. to variety. All orders large or

'Early: .application'toFM] monger,, I suit., Let any one take the trouble lDlaJI kiven careful attention. JAMES HOLMES, ,
3. Jr.." Florida ..PassengerTilie ". ckson- I to note what ,I ,have written,and I J. F. :ALLEN, '- Pine Castle Fla. lenson, Indian River Fla. 5-a.n. .
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'Fla.i will secure' ;: room ,think he will become a convert to what I I Have Them. "
:aecomniodaUans. The Hart Pomelo.
:: .. have proved beyond a' theory. :
".'., h 40,000 fine Orange and Pomelo Buds on jS
Specially recommended by_too'nomenca.} and 6 year stocks. I want to sell 90,000 in next
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1J the'f ture committee of the State Horticultural 60 days by discount. VILLA LAKE NURSERIES -
J Cofitrotllng;: ciety. Buds SU O per hundred,f 10.00 per thous- FruiUand Park, Fla. 6stfCOR
Making the Most of Manure.: and. PHILLIPS BROS.
;:: ,:Many theories! have.been? ,ted as 7-24-15 Chuluota, Orange County Fla. JUNE PLANTING. 10.000 Budded Orange -
,. to,how: male or female tI8p :may be ,The following' suggestions from the 1 ,Lemon and Grape Fruit Trees free
from all diseases and insects. "White has
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: ]A 'produced, and yet'after all: ire. is nov Practical Farmer are worthy of readingand I Need Money, never been in this section. Prices to fly suit'the
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; -theory: lit the matter but a::vSy simple ''re-reading; till firmly fixed<< in the tines. MAGNOLIA NURSERIES, BeUrrlew,,

x-,' law of ttire'write8: L H::'DuncanIn mind : and Therefore Pomelo I trees will sell at very D large low prices.stock All of the Orange beSt Marion Co ,-,Fla. P. D.Waite Manager. '.

.i :the.North British Agriculturist.;: :Given ,One of the efficient means of making and popular varieties of Orange and Pomelo STRAWBERRY PLANTS, Schnadelbach's ,

'a bulled a'''cowbf; like ages aid strength' the most of manure, and one that is ap trees from 3 to 6 feet high. Address for particu- Nunans, per 1,000$3.00. '

\3 .and;:constitution,'and the prodae of.these plicable in all fields,is;the thorough fining lars W. K. Trimble: ., Braidentown, Via. tf JULIUS SCHNADELBACII. Grand Bay, Ala.
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., may be of either sex ,Jut let the bull be of this material in the soil. ,Of course DO YOU WANT SOMB ABAKKA PLANTS IRRIGATED GR.OVKlooacresJ zo years set in
:old or.weak or'out of condition; .and ,the the man should: have been made very satisfactory in point of size,thriftiness and Orange ; 50 in other trees, etc.
,calf,will,'.almost without exception;' be a fine before the planting was done. In maturity? If so,write to Cyrus W. Butler, St. For sale at a sacrifice. Address "F," The

male;;.and'this is merly the'law of,nature many cases itwas, put into pretty good Petersburg, Fla. 7.4.3A Palms 4-io-am., Lane Park Lake County Fla. '

.trymg to:reproduce itself'because,of the condition., In a'largernumberof: instances BBAKKA PINEAPPLE SLIPS .a spe-
two animals,1; bull'shows evidence .of it waa not as fine as it should have 11 cialty. 'Guaranteed true to name and EGGS FOR HATCHING LIGHT BBA-

,being the one most likely to die first, and been. But'.with very few exceptions, at Monte hard Vista time, FlARE prices.. OEO. L. STEVENS, 81.00 13.and Plymouth Rocks bred for utility.

therefore the male-calf would be the onerequired whether it was fine or coarse when it per MRS. GOIIPICR.T8.Lady Lake, Fla, ;

; ( ''carry'Jonv' they;breed- In was spread npon the land it can now be OFFERING CITRUS NURSERY r
Trees bottom
at prices. Choice
short,. the offspring ,produced is. oJ more thoroughly pulverized. This can Best varieties. true to name, and square stock. Don't You ForgetTo

} the same eel, as a rule;;as the weaker of be accomplished by: frequent cultivation.: treatment. Write for prices stating,your send for price list of all the leading varies
.the two parents. This I know, Is quite Aside from its effect upon the manure wants. We can please you. Phoenix Nurse ties of Citrus Trees on 4,5 and iyear .stocks.
ries,Braidentown FlaEstablished Discounts size
in 188
% according to of orders. C. W.
contrary to the most general theory;' but this work will be.liberaI1r' paid for bythe FOX Villa Lake Nurseries, FrultUnd Fad; Fit.

I have'taken the trouble to:: study slid increase a,of the crops which it would FREE SEEDS-To introduce my seeds and 6-s-tf. H
t prove it during, the. past','six fahd thirty insure Consequently, whatever gainmine the value of this newspaper as an aflver- I
Using medium I will mail PA8PALtJJI )..' .
: ten ((10)) papers of sea' 'LOUISIANAGRA88 ( PL
yeArs/and I have found thatitislnaiiabl from the in the .
improvement
: me- amiable seeds-to any one sending ten cents ) lawns and permanent*
the c&96 :not only} i'r0fl&rus'cftttldf chanical condition the manure would stamps or silver to cover cost of packing and pastures. Sets, Si.o per 1,000 by reHr
.but'alao inthecase of sheep, horses,""and be in addition to that which cultivation mailing. Oaly one lot to one address. Barton cents per hundred,postage paid.;;' 'MF.Powiltz. tLawtey
: VX f in 'soils that have not been KsBarrs, Seedsman, ,Jacksonville, Florida. Fla.
even. human beingshen (... ,V.1 secures manured.
& ... Our"001ni6tl ,"_. ledkaatity i "Before'p ta :can, make, ''uSe of X3MNEST VUELTA ABAJO TOBACCO pOR EXCHANGE.-1JUDDED CITE

_.,i' .and 'rather: thanffv ;: tHe manure'td the,best advantage it must .JC SEED for sale, specially Imported three J? trees and budwood' In exchange fort '? f _
... dollars a pound, twenty-five cents an ounce blooded Plymouth Rocks and Brown Leaf _
r' : .tile deIi--r As
there
-.. be:finely pulverized;, long as should be fail fowls. P. D.
.. ___ postpaid; planted at onco for WAIT2,BeUtriew: Pla. >-
;' i' .J. ,1rirei1"t toold, coarse lamps of manure, either upon crop, J. F.Corrigan__. ,8t. Leo, Florida. f
.}. frwrIktbe: result thatvs ewe Bath the'surface of the ground, "* f FOR SALE 'Two Lean county farms;,
: i., i' ; : BOILED> BEEF and BONK For gale-i.35por 390 acres.; Excellent for stock rai I
... cJ. ; :.. ;'":"- dtfeedI numbers as .' :whoowris'the; crops Js, not'get'aeinnch Also pure bred poultry.. C.H. tobacco powtni.: W. B.CterksoaiTs
_'>. .;.t:( 'it;.: '_=: -- the country ?: financial.benent' f from it as Jacques, proprietor Isla&4 Poultry Yards, Fer- Fla. f 3

:..' *-&: '" <. \ ."n.1io "T1: "'.....: should obtain..., ''He will not make theietof uandina, Fla. 7-3-3 -
-? r- v: meted old it till it thoroughly .: HAR.T'S. UT AND' P/
!1e rns begeta: ; palyerized.
4' ... ,. : )7'00,000 S TRAWB1 RRYPIANTSnowready. and Buds. Write f23t1 i
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: '"'{....;.;",.,,.'.+.....'.; ',. '';. .. pidi, of ? Another:raeftfia#(of. hastening :'and,:an* Lads Thompson Clouds. Hofmana Rising j -
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'< .-1" ; e.efficiency; bya ; Prolific. Orders filled promptly. Packing'the WRITE PIa.'aDd.ltana Ti "

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Cit79j.Macon, Captain Savage, leaves New'York on following dates! : '." Steamers. are appointed to sail from Pier 29;East River, New York. at.j p..a., as follows: / ">
;-: .Thursday, July ,'. 17. "
i : : Monday, July 5.i.' Saturday Wednesday July July 21. } : ForCHARLESTOM, S. C., ...-....... ...............................Mondays, Wednesdays- I Fridays :

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City.of Macon,will liandlefrelght only not' carrying passengers. .:.. '

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Saturday, July 3. Monday, July'19. :;, ; : '
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Wednesday, July 7. Friday July 23 k ." .. K :V: :;:y ,
Sunday, July'11 Wednesday, July:,28. J: ;; .
Thursday, July'15.' \;. .: "j.' ; f Calling at Charleston, 8.C..both wtyi. t.,. .
City of Macon will l handle freight only.not carrying passengers. .t ', j"

The attantion 'Vegetable ana Fruit Growers Is called to the fact that complete .and .Stemersl 'Delaware and, "Oneida. ,', ,' :
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tet sell v-Thwi*'not'atwaypp ible ien ai r. ou1d'beso greatlybenefitte portions, and: if the 'deficiency is very I to' their'destination the opposite side
'to dib in ha fell e Sot, hot' something inhifl that the total yield would be considerably marked the '''manure may do but little of thd globe.- rlando Reporter.
t ; :iyiwtfo MiA-feaertlly be accomide increased. This is a very crude substitute ?dod. It often occurs that fields which A' the E x.
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may be done aloJw tfete .HneT; As pknta only aa a temporary ',expedient, tc.tide produce good crops. The reason for this last Friday afternoon, when'a large
f 1 cannot take their food&**dry state, the over :in .am emergency,, .but it js worth failure' is found in the fact that One or wagon came In town.Carrying'a,frame 1
>' -'* -- -Toe of having a'sofficient qaanti- trying In fields in which, the -plans: :are more of the important food elements had over thirty feet long on which'waa row;

J t tare in the ground is apparent.'s suffering from an excess of:water. It been almost exhausted from the soil and after row of large'fine tobacco .leave*;
dryaollg'-'- in will the loss of deal ofplant the not in4 the :L
especially prevent a good deficiency was supplied \
hichthe la;deficient, i l food and will make more effectivethe manure. In'such cases the application neatly,strung on:sticks and still green,*, ; R

i_token;w waeerye;;moi- 'l manure that has been put upon the of a moderate quantity of an immediately which" were being Brought to th i r,
;the Burfcce of i the grottad land. ,: "' -=-' available fertilizer that is_rich in the ele-J place to,be cured. Thc' obacco ,, _,
with W dust r Thw can One-'other means for making the most ment or elements in which the soil Is deficient part of the crop of :Mr; P Mc,
by JMBgooaHea used In' of manure should be noted. 'This is by would not only supply plant food who has one'of the finest' crbpsTi
i tnlblti fnipplementingits: defidences..w hero such i in itself but woujd also enable the crops "J
pnrpoeeeBat exist;'These deficiencies mav''' be: either to make full use of the valuable materials county.-Quincy.Herald. .\
while;a in tiMi'wi&y.Df quantityor in that of quattyIfilief6rnier !- contained in'the manure. In many cases The McQuaid,property nc '.
is ftbeolately ; | the remedy .ia I plain. this,,will be both a cheap and an efficient of ,Qeo. L ''Russell's at the .
c:0: Morej plant.::food should'be:'supplied! ,at I way in'which the farmer can make the Orange avenue,'has,been sole
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ornpelt*. e often bra,taken.;freia fields F. Bishop, of:Ohio, whb;j ;:,..,*1
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that \f'O MhAvep-d6oed l, ; 'if Florida ,velvet'beans have acquired i ately have:a pinery;Jet. .

a little more,.p nt fcod had eenl sup almost' a worldwide reputation, andthe tract for. which has&- =

plied.. 'Hiere* should;be food sougli'to"carry prospects are that :'in' a:' feW'yearsthey' : .tIr.'Ru&seU.-o >
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mote a.vigorous growth of steife Jtr f vine. will. be.grown in nearly',every ldr, J.' W. ,Smi -

Then too, & deficiency;:in ?'the;'qoiality\of. !i chine:, They will be tried by,theEng-; Oalee, flawaikn.. ;

ire will be afi 8eriou aa' evil' ';aa lish experiment station-,at Melbourne the, city a :Jfew){

lie' v-a deficiency qowitity;<': ,Ifck Australiafir I ; '.Geb. 1L ;Wright}this :I jpo e' 'oiselngpi: :
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