<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida farmer & fruit grower
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00143
 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: August 28, 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: UF00055765:00143
 Related Items
Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

Full Text
r ., : : ,..' .."..: '- \; : : \., ,1ss2 V C
'
.fM 6t -". ;s:J" U1'D: '
..t '..1 .t"{... .::1..r-.. ..."' ;; : TUPOUGft1UT

..!..... ."'-:;: '' ':' : '
.
'. :..q.;;:"..:""t-" ...!...".: 'lt ::- .,'. v'i.-' ;. -1'-.... ."
.
.
'" ",-,,4'7j.'i". ; ,.. : ..'Y}"' ., '. -..(. '. ..:.

,. .
,..
-
:'" .S'" _......." "f ,...,0 ..::.:;;,>.: .:!7' .,:,';;..'.'t.' '.' ; .>(...;'.'.
... ;;Z.*" j : ..' .. .:,'.' :;: : 2".1':'. .
M. ; :'!P
gr-/ .
: :'!' ..
i*> VT ...t
"-..
': X" .
.M" : ;. :. -1.--1 ;: >; x'vK' ..,
-X j.
'.. .: 'f' ,.. ,
< ..' '
;1J ,: ::- I t,
"
-.... \ '. .
,r yc.' .. .. .."" -to". ., .,. ......-.,' ,, ... ," ..,. ,./ -. .r.! .'
,, : "-, ., .#. : 3;'" toPRU .
,
... "
'
Ac '
: r- -
'. .,.. -1.:.1'\-' ,..,.. .if,, -', ."-, 't5' 1('; __ ''- ::01'1..'

) ;t'if': Jrl iO'i;;: '. : '
.
-', ,-', ,' "< '" ..'. "i""" : '
,t't',.... !}f.-t-,;' J '"N ITGROMJF3.
'J' J .", j R.
""". t" :,-...:. .''''a. .., ". D' I (
.: .:\.. 'c.."..1 f" .
-f' 1'!.''f'........."...,.... :.' ._ .I.' ;: .
1- "
> "
.hlil i .;. Yit.r.. :;:. : V !_
p-.:, _.>. "::,",1:,;' It \ ; "' I '/
".'. ':\' \ -
...'.'.'.',''':'r eor I." "" "f... -

Ml J$2' PER YEAR. ._
w-, >.. 1 -

,. r. .-- ,1 .' .

t*tw r.D M,:--.Editor Coit6Ba, .lnei Manager/ JACKSONVILLE,, FLORIDA, ,- AUGUST 2$, 1897. .WholeNo.t4SS :y EN 4D. .-:,. ,



i it RfThe Largest: Fruit Growers, 1882.- Years Established. -r

: ? 'I 15 5 .- 1897. '

;HiGHE5f.; ,Knowtheeest.Vaneties: and theTREES .. ,
;

.: 1,. : iBES: : JO! I PIIQ -I: ;. .. ,.

TftICESW'; Ilitpood'more', peaches from our ow. orchards'tnls'
'' 1 -n1= e',,' t SeasontRha, all other,growers in 'this! section. combined THE GLEN &&T :MARY NURSERY OOPANY.-.:
IGfr'and ;
''' .': made big'MONEY at,it. ''j M"

: 4PW ESSI/ Btfj7fceFrofflUR3RRMRi$ :} The, Pioneer' Nursery of,Baker County Flor'idi.: "-"

; .
F, BEAR| ; WHOM FRUIT GROWERS" .In our Orchards we've tested a s great many varieties. Some of them we've discarded. as,v
worthless; some 'of them',we find 'to be valuable.' Our handsome Illustrated,65 Pager"'"' ,
;'; t ..c.1 Catalogue gives you the Information that has cost us a great deal of time, and a great.deal f-&, .
),;_ t :Ei, rjrthing :for jibe South.Persimmon of money to:: learn. In addition to our l large Florida and Gulf Coast trade we ship.extensive- .* y
1 y to other countries.. 'We sold over$1,000.00( ) worth of trees last year to one man in Mexico.v -

!P q.DJ'!. ?, J' l, Citrus': Fruits,. Grapes.Ornaineritals It. you want ,.- :...'' .

fp"arts i ', ,Roses,fi Etc.Etc.rEtc.; .FRUIT TREE FOR SOUTHERN PLANTINGWe -- ,

aresl.A: MILLION ami'a'half. ti'ees. Over 300 acres.,. ,;
::BETTER stock to"select from. Nne'8o 'LARGE.\ can furnish the best trees of the best varieties, free,from insects,and guaranteed true to:;:. a

Catalogue withover.: SO Illustrations.,. 28New.. : _Photographic: : Views, Free on name. Correspondence Solicited. Cattalogue Free. -' I
.
r .
,on; ,e. ." I '

:'i :' .-_' ... -POMONA ,NUESMIIES,1BROS. GLEN. '1ST.. MARY-f NURSERY CO.. .. .

1 .,Co.'Inc._ ,.Macclemiv. GLEN. ST. MARY, FLA." .' ., :

Successors ;to' W-.Griffing: ; .Ma.aa ,G.L.TAJlER.; ,President.A.H.MAjNViLLE ., '
;'I! Secretary; t


; EOFOR$ : FALL :PLANTERS ..

:: A Proposition I > ". i

c":" r .',:,
::1, r". \ \ '
'<.,,Refuge.:Valentine 1- and L- Best!'of- AH\," $a 75'per"bushel- .;Golden'Wax Black:' Wax ,wells Kidney,.Wax $3' bushel;, I.ettuce.'CaliforDJa Cream ft pound. Cabbage 5
i 25 l per SO per t *
:':fi oo,to, fa oo per! pound.;: A full line"of.:fresh and reliable seeds. as t low'as first-class Seeds v DEAR SIRS:.I desire to extend'my' seed business to the g'rei( l : -
[ *can be bought for; Florida d.Geor&ia.Rye and, Rnst Proof For prices: and varieties Ify .
t'write t for Catalogue V>. .a Oats ; possible:limils. you,will help,me to do this by sending pie your ordersr.I- J:

will 1 l1ill'them for very little:'profit. I handle only! the Very best!seeds J thatpmoney :-":
r; : ed
r, ; ,.; Q ,' $. smai. can buy, receiving direct from the growers such quantities-.a 'I,can: ;>::-

'r' 111..E.Bsy. \ Street. ,.JACKSONVILLE.. '" : ; FLA.- sell in one season, thus my stock,will always'.be New Crop Send meX) list *:

of \ hat you want-,and.I will make a.special low _bid on the bill. I will.gijar- .

;::n.int) # dkee" ltf() d&OtfE hge' ,CO: antee to save you money.), Please ,let; me hear from you. Yours truly .'. v-. '. .

; ,BURTON 1 K/ BARRS, JACKSONVILLE eF LA:. I- a:'' -
i& :pUt{ DniJ HILL ORO ,CO.i FLA. k }
; .,., ; .. .. !' i
:Offers<< to c the pubUo this season the finest CitruT uraery,,Trees grown In'an experience I. .# .. .- ,:.. f''
l
,' 'of;;thirteen,consecutiye,years., The stock,lij;]urge anl''includes the 'following widely \ '
": :known i and' thoroughly:approved varieties viz: Satsuma,; Mandarin, Parson Drown, ORANGES. ON TRIFOLIATA STOCKS. ir
r
l', 'Bopne's. Early and Centennial 1. Jaffa, Majorca,Ruby Blood,Stark's,-or Enterprise>> 8eedleM -' T r...,. .... r', -. ...... I-: -_,'- .. .
"
/:1' : ,Pineapple, Bomosassa, and Tangerine.. Tardier' and Ring, Duncan and Marsh Seed- --' '. '.'f

'f less Grapefruit.! SeedlessVilla Franca Lemon (matchless), Kumquat(superior: SATSUMA, PARSON BROWN, TANGERINES ETC,, ';4:to>the'round: ). Budwood at'all times' Prices seasonable. '.Prompt'attentlon' to' cor-: CT; S- i* f- "'''';, >
?V" Address all communications and make all remittances toMilwatikee "
rjespondenta. 1 payable .
Florida +'+ FIELD GROWN RO fS. ++ + &
_-- drange.DTTNEDIN Q.p
d, t '.-ji ." .
:.it ,1., ; ,,1>to FLA. Including the famous "CRIMSON RAMBLER,", MarechaL Kiel American :*r:,
'.': ,' :"- _' ." ,fPront fx Beauty, Etc.,.Etc. Imported Camellia Japonicas. GRAFTED PECANS frorri'\} A, :' _- -
Choice Stock Trees bearing the finest Paper Shell Nutsof, !large size, and a General '*
o_ 1t 9:. :P. Q. Line of Fruits, Evergreens, Etc. Prompt Attention.' -Proper Treatment No* 1 .*V: .;

.", the choicest trees in Florida Money making Early,Peaches. A full.. line of Pears and Stock. The trade supplied.. Orders booked now'for.fall. shipment. _
I. ; '.-Plums.' Delicious) Celestial Figs. ,Mul rrles.that, bear four months :
UMMIT. 3VURSEDRIKS.. 0.. PIERSON, Monticello, Ala. :; :
k 8ATSUMA; .AND] OTHER ORANGES ON T1UI'OLIATA.Tl1to ., -r-41< Po : :::. =may

|r- l t stocks"bne;"two-and three-years t>ld. 'AU stock clean and healthy. Send for inter r""i'> .The '=: ,,#,
-
I'"s.t'r;Ong' catalogue., TOLD RELIABLE, AROADIA NTJESEEEES, VEGETABLES II a L Largeat st :.::T:

r J. H. OIRARDEAU. Prop., Montlcello. Fla.. FRUITS, / PRODUCE; :and '!'

i iMOil.
W. reeeJTO aDd sell In car load or smaller...lots?;
CLEANED BEGGAR WEED. aU Prodocti of the OABDEf,OSCHAHDBT. ;I_ ;
"
q -Y
.ti x. .. '" ,HBinnCBY and FABM. Market & ThI : Y > wiiY M
Coi S
I llplef .
')r} The GLEANED SEED should. be sown in;.Florida during the summer rainyjea Ko Befereaod, eirilberty;etofree: Street.' upon.PIT'TSBU80'Penns.application.") Address 1 -:y

on arid:you'jshould. 'obtain your supply at once.: SowS pounds.per acre:for hay ,, ,_Etb- ..
SOMERS BROTHER '&, Co. : '
r.fopoir|), 6Jounda- per acre for' ,,fertilizing .urp. oses.' Y

riee40',I Cents" Per Pound ,Postpildj ""III.. R Usb 1 INhS }
.' .
'. ....
,
,..
Four founds $1.5.0. S Swith.
TROPICAL, and $ ml- 'f; :
'fey Eipresa,or.Freight''not prepaid.in less than 50 pound lots J 25 CENTS PER 'Tropical plenty and trees A :

HJJTDj j 50; pound! Iota' :and less! than 100 t tpoundsat.22i;" } CEXTH. .I.EBPOUISPI'Pin ( ; \ to should reestablished 4 be set out atone,before Geo.S.'. Hacker & SOlJf : \ ,. :,
wid lots arid a'bov :; 1 '
100 Jt ;2O"CENTS J PEl1 POUD.: e W rater,", We.mean, e*opedaUy. .-
,Practically 'droiMrbt-proor-crop for forage'and'gratn: We have .Potdrown Manufacturers ofBUILDING /
T IK 'CORN 'both \Vb1toand.Re4 varieties;at'10 ten" per packet; ito cents S Stock and CUru. Send MATERIAL .
j. per pound?four pounds;postpaid; ten pounds not prepaid 81 fAfour for Citrts list and'An- ,.
pounds. l'aere.1" *._ V- neal Catalouge.L.full oltBrthrtbiar CHARLESTON S. C,
mll&r't Ka t Sr Corn;but has large/white grains: Same lot Florida* "
s i
CORN .. Purchase out makes,which we guarant&e
.,,/s." ,1"f -1: rl eeaa'Kaffir Corn. I x :\t-r 4.:? l'I' # f we send.by:MAIL; Kx-! superior anYlOld South;and thereby: save t
.
T : _f'H..ti "HASTINGSa.Co.! smen.. press or Freight. :.Ufdy.AEI money.
{ !
i
'T-. '! ; ,,- ''' .- \\&tf. .
.forouCaitr, :! "' v, !>ogue.t;'' ; -:'' '' '\ *. -? -.,- J', .. ". .INTERLACHBW'_" _,.. '* 1*,'FLA.. ,' .bNTIUL .- .osmco. FLt:, W WUWW AID FWY OUKA3ffHUn.fi. .
'.; <' : "'joi,. K .t'-. ,.' .; .....1;.. ff
r: G w: 1' 1< ;; << .. \i .
....' 1>-.:';'?:J. '_: ..:.P ... "" ,_ ,. .... .".. .. '_ ti' T#
ki .
x. .vn .: '.''''' ,4= "t, Tc! ." 'i: P 'T + t ;
'" "" 'I! m s 4 _
% ;. r....'1- .,...... < vit,: "" ., -".J; ., A! ,,' -
J .. ... q.. 'I fel2s g"r ---r"
.'" ..,.......... ;: '" : > i -.., "- "'*'."- <",
.....r* .. -'/ t..:.'.:f'i< .:' T* *! "'" 4 ..... >ofti
f
t : : i.' ,i .. ? ,'' _:, ,;::' '; 3i.> .
;. ::t/L': / -. *.. "J:,. "' > ",": 'r,? ?, --_="- *



,.. ,,' ='_{'" ".,''., '\. ,-"" :..__'*... .-:to.r,$<";".";".,.t,,,,,!;>',,},J;,t'.,
.t" ; "'
,,, "" "'f
\ _-j'. "j. .. '-'.- -1,., .. .'0 ...- .' ,, ..F- ;;t't.,, -..., .,.
'V. : '
J' '" "t." .'( ._. /t"t:: "J..;;>- -,:._ ,.& ::--:; <' ., ,r..... r { '.. ,
,. ".. '" : \ "t._ ., ..., ". >.'c --' .. -,}; ..' l. ... if" Si .
k- '..
.;,"< ,. .. 'J.: .- ._ ; ; .., .. .
., r .... i" v. -. i. > t
,, _
.
.. t. >
....... .. ..' .. "1<.- .-" .,. .':< ,.I 1.-<,<> .J.' "" "".; O' ;." ".." ...",.- ""
..
-.of",.., I. ''1.).:.. tj. .. ". ;t.s'r'f.....'j.... '.. '., : ",'", ., ,-.\ti,;:. 4t. -
: .>;: .I. .. : 't'
't.,,""'"'" .. .,... _.!!,, ,.,.-.'.,'.5.,.;t'-1I'-.-...."'r.10-;.--,;.'..".'.._ <'-. :....'.'..', "...-::- -_-_.'. ; ".:::;. ...'., ...,- ., ... -' .'-., ', --.-">'...-.i'.J", .. .,;
.<--.' .,.> _T- "> .. ?.c": 'r.icf, : .;:'":..2'1'.:.'. .:..' .'.. ,,, >'"" -- t-<- .'
.. / ,,J''"''"!:;'...:i ..,-.>". ...,, .."''..-...'.';..,,.. ".-"",.::"_--"(-";'..",#1--:.--: 1"- cr',:''.;." .' '. .'".''.-<..,..' ;;::;... ". -1:.> -
!: "
,
S ."-t..""5'=:...:-.4>....-'. -: ._ 1"":.,:.<1 l:' ,_'''J't'_ ___ ;,. L. .j\:";:," .... > ;..,..FLOBIBA.PAEifKK.u;. ....c: ,' ... AND. I .'m,0 I I ..H | I H'll' IIvfr .; ., f" ',. ;:-. :\}'t. ,

,- ,' .' ... ...
iI:" I.' r" .'', ".. I II
,fl'! '*; ,PI: N.EA.P'PLE: ."'" \week on;the''Pierrepon! dock, Brooklyn ->' government.would undoubtedly t' '

.' .' I there was informal.. gatheringof responsible for he difference bet

the members of the Fruit Impo t. what the samples which. are fcol

{ : J :: DO YOU' KNOWlussfo ing Union. The Hesperia cargo is treated'by the appraisers, for the puj

. & .' ..; ''- -. ........p 10... ... dutiable 'under ',the'old, tariff; and the pose of ascertaining the weight,
: 'I'II ; tests made with packages were only to for and what the balance of the

illustrate that th sw'
? :> some vexatious points may bring. Undoubtedly

."' tf'.. "i'i will undoubtedly.. later .be ..decided'' by at least 50 cents,per package'. .p
WT7 tEvery@roe y' the courts: ., A number rof packageswere some cases'morel, The,Import f

r : 'r- weighed in order to see how longit doubtless bring a number of v_

,..j:.. ::"- '. ," would take to weigh,and make entry against the government, when]

....}..'; .. ':. of goods under the'new law. The vised by their lawyers that they can Fti
''; heaviest box on Wednesday only The new duty will,be about 8S'::!:e
.
in -
-= e M- ". of Fancy Pines, weighed 83 pounds. but it is well per box on lemons, as againstone .: -

4. ..,......: ..... ...:. ,... . known that frequently packages-come of 20 to 23 cents." _
) fc*. ", is Several If the officials
high as 107 pounds. questions customs as
,- ':;. ., >>:the' Country Does. presented themselves, one of times the case when the oluis

\ which was as to whether the trimmings disturbed by new regulation;'

tinsel, .etc., that frequently the sulks over the new regu

The Celebrated INVANHOE and FAIR-OAKS PINERIES are known forms) :a 'good 'part.of the weight of they can no doubt find ways J'

throughout the UNITED STATES as produciu. the FINEST FRUIT EVER PUT boxes containing fancy fruit should be, ,the Italian importers in maid

ON THE MARKET. included in the dutiable weight The regulations odio s.. But if th
4 To Fine Fruit must have< .
; produce you
f" n ... duty is assessable upon the fruit, ex to do their'duty in ..a.straighrfihonest -

PLANTS.have clusive of the and.it is the 'discov r.
r : + FINE + tare,- question way, they can
: .:- of determining the net weight abbreviate and strike an ave

,;s t. t L i i : for ;sale more Fancy Plants than-any .Grower in ,the 'Country.. and a fairly which at present concerns .im- the operation of weighing as. M .
'
t..4. 'i 'reputation( SECOND: .TO-,NOSE.' 't '<" : porters. they did in that 'of measuring.,
",' 'f' Purchase lottr.phint thePIONEEB'GROTVERofFancy( Pines'and. you ''n is, that if this wilt
TO NAME. "" urged any specificweight. pe ple'of country
'f t your p1ai1t8'a absolutely TRUE ,
gefp.'GURANTEE.ti
.:. 'F, '. ,:. ,Pp o, List nawrready; WRITE .AT ONCE. : is taken as a standard 'an importer on knowing whether the cuSto.
-' t whose fruit comes in small daIs of New York are
>
'emp
'; -.::' .;! .' .BOXC1lGEORGE:; L. :RUSSELI/ 'Orlando, Fla. I will have to bear of the Italians Americans. : _
,a'\ *,,'}; .... ..,... -- *,,V -- --- -' ''' -_. i __?,- i boxes a portion or by
% ? duties properly resting upon an im-
: *
: '
;
4 f/ *.> {'t" .' 1 porter who has larger packages. If, We are reliably informed of.

_. :, .. '' "If. ,. ., ', ". ,. ... 1...> '" -Vj5 j' on the {pi V, ,. v -', .' l '' 0# t ,; .... *" .-. ,. certain weight as a standard, the government are the best ever recorded in rh
? -j"I'' .
,-'j., *. county. The tobacco was raise 'v
undertakes each
k ; to .
average
up
.t : '
ev t. .. .. <
:\4.' !4.'., ..... '.,,\\,< tw /. I line of fruit, the expense it is said will the Miller brothers, about$ a
; .. ,.",;.. .1 William Gibson six
." "" ; Rai1way. be very heavy, .as there are several and by ,
: ; : '>d-, Y The price received was
It*' hundred lines, in every cargo: The 47-
*;>',: >,. .: 'r T :' : THE SHORTEST :ROUTS fruit;would have to be removed from pound, the purchaser being A.:
ABSOCrE1.r ]
.:. 1.: ". ; ,- -. ..- ,, .,,. th e toxes,.and if the government undertakes en, of New York. The price
'oIi \ '
"' to replace it, as importers insist markable considering the fact ,

.; e. -, .i ''':' .;.' S'" OK 'PULL'M'AN. DRAWING: 'BOOM:CARE,, DINING .CABS it should be done, expert packers part of the crop was still in the i fit

,! ) ".1 ; .. -; 'TBO3OVGaA t COACHES YESIIBULED' .TBAHJ3.r ..: would be required, as packing foreign the balance being iu 'the barn. Th(

,'!. ,- ,'.t/fr.'t fruits is in itself an art. Altogether crops are appraised by knowing 01 _
-
-
'"; ."#. ... be the best in
the
t
.. t '.." ; EAST WEST: importers are very decidedly displeasedwith to among' count)
..\t. AND
NORTH which would Insure
; l-i.!: ..t' ; tHe per pound duty, which aside ,seemingly a yie
;
...;.. ,;, :I" t ',"'. i i from its difficult assessment, is also 'of ooo pounds to the acre.: If.th]
4
x :' J|\TWO. DAILY. TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA. AND' THE ,EAST. said,to be exclusive." assumption be correct an acre of t ti
.. .. {
tobacco Would value
.:/ ." .....' -- The Fruitmari's: Guide says : "A bring a money i

.,..L"-4" tW shlngton &nd'Southwestern'' Limited,. representative of the Guide,in conversation $400 over all expenses.. Quincj
New Era., _
r' with one of the appraisers' staff
r. .; .-.' And. the United. Stat ,.Put Mall
who will have charge of details for the
"" From the latest accounts it
w :);: BUT 21 HOU18 H 4J&JAOZ30HVILLE TO WASHINGTON:;: ,.A.,?: J collection of the duty, learns that it is that the hyacinths in the river,appears hay
intention of the
< the appraisers to weighthe
'1'. p ONLY JAOKSONVILLE undergone the changes t<
27 necessary
:f HOURS mHEWYOB
:
: boxes i
; . sample gross turn the .fruit ,
,. enable them to live in.salt water, an
!: '
r \' : : -J' f' : out of these packages, weigh the boxes
have
i ''1'1 Mai TOIM kii'l oIS mpo ed of IAtMt Imoro red hUman 6cptnff GNU Md Hotel DiaV > determine the they not only floated down it
P ; :(: j .'.. : f S c.ra roagh. without Mange "WMhington,Bftltimor. and thereby new weight, Mayport, but large quantities of themjhave
; "
i ,. t.;.:;., ;) FhiUuklpbia,New York acrd the Bait oii tl1e'b ses ,which they will pars passed over the bar and gone out 1
::' {( entire line rIot of fruit. This \
hat
or
.
...t., i, '. '. to sea,. where .they seem. to flourish
; i method will no doubt be
t.-'. '''sTHROUGH,:.' _PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN accurate soar I immensely. This fact rather explodesthe
( as'the net weight concerned butas
;: ".Jf ;. JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. theory of, letting salt water .
few lots ']
of lemons arrive
from
;
,.. 7" very 'the St. Johns river at its source; and
i4-' in sound
r .! >;?TkfM ii Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to Sicily absolutely condition in that/way destroying them.r Thus
importers preparing to assert their
it.Iff r ':yy v .- _, : Cincinnati, via Ashovlllo, Through the I for such it appears that the extermination of]
;%: :.: rights a proportion. of eachbox.as.may this nuisance is yet in the dim and)

d : -T t.,>',,ro, LAND OP THE' SKY." contain decayed lemons, distant future.-Green Cove 'Spring, !
-r to. """J' ... which the tariff does '
.:.; -. ,not assess as dutiable .
'' :;, ;. -.II' III to Let!', I04-01.. deepmi car reearttfieal. ..... end ,,'at one ce'nt per pound. It is A Manatee county man, who was

.'.}: '. ,-f.., ,.>edeal, ae 8eUmJmJr1U1r..t.Ai-.SU> .eotia a' ', not unlikel ', therefore,in this complication in town yesterday, had some very interesting -,

} j..V, '.::L,'!.'5EPMAN, Florid Paaa. .a.g 9i'Vest Bay Street JncksonTilla, Fla.ZXOHLP. ? ,. 'th 'governri1ent will have t6 things to say of the way* in .
"' refund a considerable portion of the which the vegetable crop turned out
.' .. V.ATTUBt: S.'H.,HARD.Wier. .
l duty that is paid by each importer, in that favored section this'year.: Ac
a h. PaM watt AISt.Gl.n..Ysea
I.-f r' "WIIW>> d.ft .Washmgtaa. ,D.aI plat,ds who proposes'to furnish'proof of the cording to this experienced,observer,,
J' .May.2.1 s97.. unsound condition of such l lots as may the managers of the famous Atwoo\l!
( it..
.;, >. .- arrive in bad order. ninetS
..
."
v: grapefruit grove, put put about _
.
'; :. : : .
,' '. _." ,' << Ii' "In addition, to, ,that fact, iis acres of tomatoes this year between!
Working, of the New Orange Tariff flaws in this and render it ,
4; measure claimed by importers, that the government the ,young trees, securing crop
:'r &' ?:: ." Last week we quoted a paragraph :: odious. ,We do no: believe the, New 4is not justified in assessing and about 18,000 crates.;. from which __

:' Y L, t .fronithe market columns of the Rural Yorker is sympathy ," with this ap !. collecting a'' duty by such means as, least $15,000 was realized. These..

i --, 4.d \'Vr Wew Yorker showing that the work.tempt| but the fruit trade papers[ evi- may damage the interests and sale of figures mean that every acre ofjninety
'L' ,dently j are to some extgntp, g product. The of of
I ; ireiR the citrus fruit'tanff any turning out the produced. ,an; average
L ?t t>pmgs of new are "Fruit Trade Journal" says: contents of,a box of ,lemons_ injures its crates, and'', that:each one of, thf

.s; JT'-; not altogether smooth. Of course, : "At the inspection of the cargo:ofiHcItalian value. An international l lawyer, 'con. acres was. worth '''to its owner j" .

\ i .:' ;+ : .i importers'will seek to pick ... .Hesperia. 'on Wednesday;of this suited on the?'point,{ states that'tl e thing, like'$x66 for( .this:year'ale

,
.
I"'":' ,':::- t l' ,
:: : "". >.,'';;), 'A:.,: l. '. .., ..

<' .
.,:-' ,;'< .t.. ...""
.,"' \., .

.'../.':.. r. '" .' I .. :.... .,.. ,,..,.t., '
:r1' ..:. > '. ,"'- .. ., r't
-- I -" A;' ;:" : "t '
; ':..!:l.;. (..."" --- ,



.... ;;._..-.. .. J. ('.,!,'r'J!.-. ;., 'J'_.'*..., .<',
4' h. .'. -.ti.i ; ', ? "
"' 4
", r-J" ;.; fo.. h' 1: ,d, ; ::.. -.< 1-::<" .:.,, '?l't. '\ .. .,, ,""
." ,'" .. ."r w.. ..,.. ,".' .-.' ,.. ... '"-''J'r_,t,,6'-.j.",-' ;.1'11,:-'.\ "0- -.*..T"of 'co ;. .,-.. ....,to< ...-...":._: ..."t...:.' .,"'';''"}.r.v...,... % ,y "
;r. :< ..P"1 .'; .1i:1AfP... I. .
->I l' ;:{,.",..1\:".<''" -:r'... ::?. ..... ,-- ...', '....{}.oJt--'C J; .,' '"'7U".of11 ""-"' ; ... .. ""
4.: I !,c...', ..r-. 3----1."'f;t...., "';''" -. ". ""'-'"4', i:' :
.1j 4'i... ,. ... .. I._ .. _"'. ,
,; ,- Ii'I"1.. 1.. .... .t .. So : _
,
.;: ;. ....,
i7.' /""'!7...+R"*';L...; y.,.,,,', "- ... ., ,. \.f. ..:' .. ." ," :- '.,_' ,".. ... ..I'-- ';.'<, 'J':...;JL..'' ;,'
f "
-.. '
'$0:1"iJ.:-:' : :. ,,',.'",...'. _,s.-40' $. '.' '...)... ... _' .. > ". -. e." .:-10'-<,;:." .t 1.-,,, ." .

<.. :, 1$;RfjjjO R1 D. ; ', .') 'FARER r -1' 'FRUtITGROWER. $2' ';'PER' ,; : :
.r
; : \ '
.. / YEAR.
f"L."- ':"," -; {'. ',.."...h.,'r ._-',..." _' _.!I'<
.- ...;..... -:;& '!"f- ;..Joy",. :. -- -
'e'= 1.2 !; O.rchard' '-':'' ? -' :' I (those ,of "plher,,sorte._ The flecks ers,and 'bearers; riot differing-greatly I 'tree until midsummer. -Said to'be the

;.. ,,,>: ... and splaShes' of sanguine hue in the from each'other, and valuable for mar- heaviest orange grown and one of the
;
v : pulp; which. is sometimes entirely J ketingj r ':, most beautiful, and while some regard

[X>'(RipA\ { : : OBAJTCrEa: '. '-;;- ', crimsoned{ were, formerly: supposed to SWEET;. CHINA ORANGES. the flavor .as hardly first-rate, others .'

'a'i.d..a: >by' tie I Have come from 'budding upon thepomegranate praise it highly and think that when ,<
: : Highest
: :Authorityagq'we ... .. but this, .a gross error.Itis'reasonably'belieyed. Typical form oval or elongated better known_ it will be largely plant! .
fi ,'.'. .that rather than flattened *
I.ut, 1t <; they' are ; sacharine qualities ed.
the.result of crossing, at a remote marked become .. .
weeks ; ;received from period strongly ; palatable Many of the choicest varieties of oranges .

herS}Win:/Wood & cO., of ,.; with the red shaddock.- early, and, seem to ,show remote I owe their peculiar excellence toadmixtures ; .i
he l tes'ttw ntiethYedi- VARIETIES::MALTA ORANGES. admixture with the sweet citron. more or less' imole! ;. with {
Among these are:: J some other members ofttie citrus fam :
,VaA'.( :'enlarged l of Thom : Malta Blood. Tree of, moderatesize e f
-,;-'.\-.:. Fruit ,Culturist" TO almost thornless,. rounded and 'Sweet.S ville. Spherical in shape; ily. Some recenthybrids of C. nobilis i!
-'most Lxe' valuable part of ,compact, rather sensitive to cold, and bears young and'abundantly; .so utterly and C. pomelanus have developed a.. f
lird'section,, specially needs High cultivation, to -regular :'devoid of acid,that it may be usedas superlative refinement in certain lines ;

"*" byMr.:: :E:.pre."t'emtto H.' 'crops. ,Fruit oval ; few seeds;' ex. soon as, it fills with juice, ,even be indicating that,when in the course of :1 F
: .
fore the rind ,colors. Good for time
marked early the efforts'of experimenters shall
had intended before this toa tenor' often, with patches of
shipments when all,others are'sour. have been crowned with fruit t
a com
red attractive in
liberal, extract: .from this rosy ; very appearance .. 1
Early Oblong, St. Michael's Egg binihg in harmonious proportions tlii. { ,
:;:Now. ,that the veteranjti.tpwhpm ; ,flavor,exceedingly 'piquant and
> ; Florida' ,gfow- delicious, giving it"!reputation. second and Pride of Malta. These are of best qualities: all, the result will be ti.'J Jan
oval with: roughened'exterior
shape worth
much, is unable from ill tonone.:, orange having.
municate* with, them asears Ma Jjqrca. Tree and fruit similar to and very acid, and may be 'shipped Malta' without early. Hardly so insipid as the for Questions. on Budding and Pruning' ,?::1 "
; this,/:Which: is perhaps :Blood, interminglingcolor ,. .'l' ..- '
_ fvwilljbe: acceptable And' ; pulp ne-grained' and tender, mer. Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower I ;': i-=- :--:,- i.
Whitaker Foster Boone
fhe will with with unsurpassed, refreshing, vinous ; Nonpa: { '.
growers Join, us '
!
Parson Will kindly the tt t'
refl 'Centennial answar J91t
Brown Ho- you ;
:
[Mr., .: Hart .complete restor- qualities ; more round in shape, witha : .\
*.th'!aiidfmany years of ac- thinner'rind ; a: good keeper and mosassa and :Magnum Bpnum, are all ing questions in the.next:;issue if' of yourJ*-'f. ,' .1t1 f. :
: shipper; se e seedlings of I extended reputa- valuable paper and oblige a constant,;;r "' .t\; :
tion, strong growing;>> and ,earlyripen- / "':t .' : i:
resembles
-
!
Jaffa. Closely Majorca reader? ,
9N OF VARIETIES:. ing, combining the. sweetness of the : .* >, 1 i:
'commercial every way; excepting that it is sweeter China. i., In budding 'orange trees, is'-jt/? '. / -l
bhing a. grove and a more:regular bearer with sprightliness, t: the .... "'
.course, the first consider Jaffa Blood. Sport of Jaffa colored Portugal. To these ,may be added, not necessary that the budwood should::' 'b-'
'ld the number of ; be from stock that' has borne '
great inside like the type which it Cunningham, Arcadia, Pineapple, In frutit; .
"nch-'petplexi'arises in de. diatf River and otherwise the budded will .
resembles and Stark or DeBary Seedless tree not" .
closely fully equals. "- ,
.liclv) :are best':suited to that all favorites, and 'of extra fine. bear sooner than it would have done: '
Tephi.; An improved Jaffa modified '
,
iepf the-roost.eSteemed andgthe had it, remained ? 4 -
.. ; pollination excellent quality. a seedling ,
highest'price may be and bearer by and of ;highest quality grower' : Three is a class of blood oranges, 2. When is,the proper time to prune .- r

)Ie by reason, of an inherent' Fortuna. Robust growing and hardy suggesting the China. and Portugal peach and plum trees? and how much-. : l" "

such*ass shy bearing,. lack. of : sometimes flattened rather than the Malta, called Round should be-. cut from, them? > ,
spherical or
''too'great deUcacy'to bear car'toarked holds; up late f very prolific and desir-; Bloods. The best of these are the xx- v.:. ;, _,,. .

'4 a susceptibility: 'to' able.I* "' i Amory,\which is of ,very high quality, 'Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 23. "-, '.. i
[ therefore, making a s lec. Malta Egg. Oval in shape runs vigorous, prolific! and hardy, and the f ". ->f._..., -- 'i"
.
>ne should be lised but those com from' size fair ; and Indian. Also, Imperial,. which is i. It is the popular belief that a buds" ./- .. "
-in:the,, 176 10225 ; grower and from old, branch bear '.. :
greatest-degree :prpduc- heavy bearer One of the finest of early, Duroi, .De Colmar and St. an bearing wjll r *
'iss/; :vigor,, 'firmness, ,high quality, this strain in quality Michael Blood, which-are later, besides sooner than one from a youngshoot < tr i

esistanVpower; : Near'the nor ,Amory! :Malta Oval A superb some unnamed and 'equally or a water sprout<< put this belief is : t

limity early sorts,.., that; may be variety of robust growth and a good promising seedlings. not well founded.. Every.experienced r,
red before:/the Approach ot Prata.- (Silver' Orange); A favorite orange grower has seen a water sprout .4

iare most.. desirable. 'In-\the'mild- cropper.Besides -these mentioned above are 'in some European markets; is as run up through the tree ten, fifteen or .'

uudes, a succession, will enable other Maltas, as Oblong, Late, Long light-colored .in,''pulp and rind as a twenty feet, thrust itself out at the top ...
.orkof, harvesting to.go,on uninpttedly and, several: ,unnamed, all. having the lemon; piquant and delicious. of the;tree, branch out, and bey loaded -: '",. :
( from October,till;May andlaterrenderingthe same general characteristics' and good White. Similar,, but coarser and with fruit the next season. A bud%<

j 1 ; grower inde- points. Most of them were importedfrom sweeter. from a rapidly\ growing shoot is more/;

lent otj, gluts"and, depressed mark.'hich -' Europe ,by Gen H.. S. Sanford PaperRind 'St. Michaels. Light- likely to be vigorous, more likely'! : '

i ;will\ ..happen some:of the and Mr, Charles Amory. colored, small rather seedy, pungentand "take" and more likely to produce : :. t

but not'all:the time. As,regards Malta'7 ,Oval. (Garey's Mediteran- aromatic. Has more, specific fruit early than one from a, sluggish .

'lityhere perhaps, less choice ean Sweet). .Generally classed with gravity than most any orange known; old bearing branch. Buds taken from .
'
aong: varieties 'of the; orange,*nearly the Maltas, but of distinct foliage is a,favorite for market in California. the lower end of a scion are likely 'to: .
;
Ijitf t 'which ,are good, than among a* favorite with florists on account of Hart's Late (Tardiff,. Brown of make trees with fewer thorns'than" .

$, er:fruits{ /many of' which,are.indifft : its habit, of _exuberant blooming. Thos. Rivers) is a high class fruit with those further out toward the);tijvbut, '; : !

.and some positively .-. A seed Fruit oblong, slightly flattened at the few seeds slightly oblong, pale yellow less vig rous." :' ; {

:jipple, ':pear may' be wretchedly stem, of excellent quality and keeps thin rind, dark pulp,.with a. brisk Then again, buds taken from fruit- ,,.'
f?but'a:,seedlingorange' is almost late 'apV to split on trees. and racy flavor. This is largely planted bearing twigs early in the season, his! *' :
eto'be; : excellent and ''infreently very ; young : for its lateness stated :Mr. E. H. Hart be' '
not, Needs' high,cultivation and abundant ; hanging throughout by may J
extra .fine; Differences of ex I I feeding. ;) the summer without deterioration. slightly affected by strange pollen ab 9.j., .;
or:are also l less broad, so, the unedited Valencia Late. Growth and habit These four: show decided admixture of sorbed through the bloom and wprk-r' ; >

are.apt to,think an orange is antnge closely resemble the above also shape lemon. ing retroactively. > ; "
:the wor d over until they learn' and generalappearance 6f;fruit, which Brazilian. Brought to Florida from This is thought to account for cases of '

detect'.... i its nice-,distinctions. and rec- is smoother, more acid and .ripens.la Louisiana a dozen years ago by Rev. so-called bud variation.Therefore buds ,
le'lts subtle 'flavors. A ,numberavorites ter W. T. Gardner of Fort Myers, and taken from a thrifty though nonbearing -,.

in' .Fl rida'na California but jittle-known as yet among orange branch of a bearing tree are more

I ithe.renaissance! ;,are. seedlings of PORTUGAL ORANGES. growers. Highly ,recommended for likely to produce trees that will, be

Deputation, selected-and. named The' type of these is spherical or vigor and productiveness, with fruit of vigorous and fruitful. There are .

_Mirall-round;;: excellence, 'and full. slightly flattened, with marked vinous very fine, quality, which hangs upon probably a few buds on every tree .f U
i eyigor, of youth.. Some .celebriofworld properties probably acquired long ago the tree without deterioration until which, if taken off and inserted else;-$-i.i '_ :'. ,
-wlde'fame have been im-: from the wild ''lime, and usually not midsummer. where, will produce trees which, in "" -

",': r'<0jaeof the most famous. oflast becoming'fully ripe'till midwinter or Joppa. Originated in 1877 from' spite of. all that may be done for them, .f:. .:

'h'the; Malta family," ;the spring.. Of,this class; :are Pernambuco seed procured by A. B. Chapman of! will remain persistently barren. Prob. '.' '.-

"of f ixhkti' is, widely! .known'_as 'Circassian,,'Duroi- Botelha, Peer San Gabriel, CaL, from Palestine. I ably every orange grower has had '

LBioo;
by :tq l.9ed'and! flatten- Prolific, ,Sanford's MediterraneanSweet oblong, almost seedless, with remedy is to rem ve-.the trees and ,., ;
ing'S-'leavesgtute." different ',from ,- JJeach's ,No.."' 5, and several thin rind, solid, juicy and very sweet. plant others or cut them back and <

ited, ;.and( :curled l -'appearance,. .,kihds'of' .,St.fichael-all; ; good grow- Can be gathered early .or left on the bud over -

"?''::'..... "t .t 'S", -. S., .,',r.. ,f-, .::#n: '
'
j Iy ,, A
11 }
s.a ; ., :. '.. ::
J ... :; .- --
-
;:;; t "'_ .. : '
:
.. : t.J'
: -
.
.. : .
v+ ..h <" ., .. .. "" '
.. 10'.7'
; !!' ;: .
: t. .
; -
-
).1,' '; 't.C".l. ...,
;: ,"; i ; '
riesrt. "! \: =- .
,:t:" :J- .-f; '>" <: '. .' t., ''7'I '-.. ... .
.: ,
:& -'j/i } '>' 4. _..",_, "". .,........--,-,,



... 1
'
> .,, <'- "':"- 'Y. *-
''' -i
'' Ft''f' ;
.,.: '
..,\1'. .
r w "J -* ;. 'i'j" -
;; jV 'ipS ... .
!
> 4; '. '

fetsi .

; -v \ ....ci'i;: ; ,
&&>r :,; '/', ;< A'-: "
J "
: "' ,.' ....'. ,* i 3 C
"
; : 2: 648 tt '' : t rT FIOIDA_ PABMEB AND, h$ __ ( f' i: };=>{,:'J:.. U UT

. .
\ .' ;;;'. ;.:t' :; : > : ,

:$$$:,can, Baise; tljei Fist Tobacco, the: Cubans' Ever Saw '. by Hii

: .

.. :. ., : ::, ." ''D A..ID:A 'f'.8.L' AN. D, GUANO: :"
...;!l',}..,".>. .. ..... .. .' .
.
t, "" '.i.'j/'., t',' *" '''I ..' JI..... '.' '. .,
.,1Ii .:' r / THE' IDEAL TOBACCO FERTILIZER,} ; .,.1 ,
{. .t : : :: ,

$ "1i':The Great Natural Fertilizer, not doctored or treated dIC! .; emicals: ,It will,be. found equal.in.every particular to, the: old- :

1 .J' .....'. Peruvian. O.Of"lTwenty Years ago. / *. : ,: ;,'"'" : '. r

-'. N \ following i : guaranteed n I 8 s'J" .. '
:. : _
.We. s '. .. ; ..'. -. ...
.., Nitrogen : 7, ,. v. .. ..' .. '; .. .... '.' 5-rf to' 8, per cent.. Available Phosphoric Acid .. .. :. y::>/< ./. : .. ,..: 1 ,12. to InAmmonia .

; .: -.- .; :r. '>' v .*. : .. ? '. 7, to 10j'er cent.- Insoluble 1 Phosphoric Acid 'r '' '.l.-/.'t. U.., .?'t'.' 4 tot .a W

\ F PhosphoripAcid;:voluble in. water lTfmffS1. }'. ,." ., ... 6 to '8 per cent Total'Phosphoric Acid .0' .-- .. -".<{'i:v: : lQ to. 21Reverted

J PhbsphoricAcidt; soluble in diluted organic. Potash actual K 20 _..\,' :>:'" P-.; ( ; 3-} to 4-: }
*
', adds a ,and.read! il".f'available ''..'. '. '. -. .*. .' :6 I tr7 per cent. Equal.Sulphate Potash . -v. .:-'. >.Xi s .r ; 6-Jto8-J

je ;vPRIC..... ,. -i--.4* -.50" :PER 'TON 'RO.B JACKSONVILLE. '," :.. "
-
,:. 1 p

: i iti .. t)! < WILSON I : :& TOOHER FERTILIZER COflPANY. .


r _, p lt > ;j > : .> ," : .. Sole Agents for Florida, Jacksonville,

j: y; ;r.n'te iori8p ecial,circular: givinghistory! and;!detailed information. Also book, "WHY WE MAKE THE IDEAL FERTILIZE .

,t' .>"-. "::;-'I"'t..:,'., ,.:"..,'..,... ' .
.: ,\ :\;; ; r -r\,.H.'j.-z.- !Ingeneral'Aiuteipruniugmakes; i ;c tin transplanting i the tree, never application does not last over the ary 27 in reference to the'
':" ;, :b '* ?owfr>Mcyiumi pruning\ es Bears.fruit. A more ridiculous assertion year. ter Pomelo: The tree is
,' .Ji.' ftlrl| !! 'fc But summer, pruning must je! was never made, as it'' is contraryto A certain.portion of the potash may grower,' absolutely: thorn
'"':_' % fr r eaw1th.cau lo ;.for if sev!ralItaiBches all past experience, and the fact well be sprinkled close around the wood is matured, and .an1 I
': ... ; are;cut away while; thejeeis that: mdst of ,the thoflsands of bearing trunks of the trees; it will cleanse and abundant bearer. The fruit!
:.- f :Jn luxuriant growth i it-, may reg, : ye- pecan trees had their tap roots sometimes sweeten the land and assist in. pre- diura size, thin skinned, has
'i;" such shock. that, though'/ .-behrbwn : 'reduced to a few inches: in venting footrot and parasitism. seeds, and, is an excellent
,.r. '' f: ;r; .# ,into ,bearing the followingsioeshopts lengi .- Four: ;and five year old trees Sprinkle most of it out around as. far jacking about forty-six per
i ? _" ;yeart.it'will be 'permanently..''injured:' seldom survive 'transplanting .then- asthe, branches: extend. ripens in November but will

__ },.,Sl r-t: f: :,: Jh.e.best.: :way to / carry; ,on summer tap,root has not been reduced when ,4...... he. tree until :May, improving] *.
"
,n J, :,".Z, run ng J is to pinch, back. redundant i one'year seedlings in nursery rows. English Ideas on Orange. .Culture. The
,tr :-' :'itowth: withtheithumb, : nail.- When If'a"':tree, digger;is then n under'the Editor Farmer and Fruit-Growerr Silver (or ,White Cluster.

;"L.i.- ;' : c ti ( havemade: a" ;few, seedlings-lateral; roots are produced, I, have much, pleasure in enclosing melo is well ,known in this .s
: .{ v- .) finches growth? ?it:t sofcendsiare. ..then. and trees thus treated seldom fail in foreign money order for *i2s. fed., where is preferred' to any other1
.\ i'f "',,' ,1- ,,,;pinched the sap immediately :: transplanting./But as the price of trees being'my subscription for your: excel- ty, and growers all Oyer the State,
'IIi. or \.: :; 'I they-are converted from.leaf-buds into, years'seedlings"cost lessy 'and transplant ; You would confer,a great favor up- during the freeze are as eager to]
a *: fruit buds.' If the ends .start oilt 'reedily,- 'we advise securing the :on many if you would write an articleon place them. "
;" .Y again they; will hate to, be pinched' latter; sifts,-:and if the, tap root, .is too immigration ,discouraging the for RICHARD KLEM
'' b :",,": \ < ',back, second time. ., long,to:suit'the' depth 'of the hole it mation of orange groves by non-resi Winter Haven Nurseries.
;*-v-' 1:" ,::: : ... cad' .
.". .'. be' reduced without endangeringthe dents.No should .
; 1\\! : ; I' one run an orange
',: ,\: :,(,. Peoan: Trees-Out ing.the Tap-, future fruitfulness of the tree. grove:unless' he is resident upon the Texas Pear ,Orohards., f
.
>0:5. 'n." , : ; .'.,t' : .: t bther column ,we give the tes'IA 'apart. I II gerj it is impossible for a'grove contractor rant's 163 ,acre pear orchard at All

.a"4t1111ony;: of the orange veteran, E. H. _.. .,. ,.,. ; .to take charge of a large acre- for,$150 an acre, i is commented'on jj

r ;.:'>1 HarVin:! favor of? seedlings. Below 'Potash and Oranges Dropping.i age of grove property for non residents various papers as a wonderful pri'
;L :..i ;e'Pr1.nfth equally strong testimony There are about loooo'pear trees
: \ : :. ; Editor,Farm and Fruit-Grower:' efficiently unless he employs' a large '
7-t ."' .. 'f. :of.that other eminent authority, P. J. staff of efficient horticulturists, whose years old and under, rz acres'of cat
1 ,,< Berckmans, 1n. favor of the seedling I have been fertilizing my.orange remuneration would take all jasmines and many varieties of fruit
+ f.i :pecan; ,taken from his catalogue for trees in Florida in January and June.I profit. away and flowers. Six years ago, when the,
: : issued. Note also the wish' to put ,on a little potash in Major bought, the l land was worth $10"'per'
.Lyt w,(; .897.'jlSt} positive It to me that the only
appears
way
September to harden the new gro'wth.Some .
the the acre The sale shows the 'value'of
r.y statement as to, cutting.of in Florida with ,
to .
: grow ,oranges any "
:,
; people tell me it will i
cause
here but the
; .. t pear'orchards not high-
taproot. ;
,
. .y. ."' of certainty to dwarf them
.. ': ;"J(!'. the fruit to drop.. Please let me know degree The Boher iz .
est. orchard
is difficult to but acres
-:1:: 3 ,? : "; ;1 : ';.,i'l: f the sub-varieties, of which there are your opinion; on the subject. .Also them in orchard houses, and thatwould sold J9r.s,ooo over two years age
whether it is beneficial to put the and last fall ( Th
'\ themselves the or.$7
.A" :.xniany, reproduce at make of them a luxury. FlorIda again ,000.
7Q.: .;,"{f.,:,:-r.., .rateof, sixty to' seventy.per cent, and potasharound the trees. .is not sufficiently removed (from Fairyland orchard, 40 acres, .onehalin l
-f': ft i. i"- :thus'the,variation being .small, we of; Indian .... Ga. JACOB WEY. the influence of frost to make outdoor trees, sold for:' $I?,OOO two yea .*
; : 1":" /_ fer'bnly.seedling trees grown from the Springs, y orange growing remunerative at pres- ago. The Fehrekamp orchard, 51
{f : '.:.-'" largest Paper-Shell nuts obtainable in On the contrary, the potash 'will ent low prices. acres, 30 in cultivation, brought $8/:
,.i,'T- '. : : ,Louisi nna. These-vary in number keep the fruit from dropping. A Truck and stock, with orchardingas 000 two..years ago. For'the Cook orchard
,. :{ >l from fifty to sixty nuts to the pound, valued contributor to this journal, a side-show, together with factoriesfor adjoining,. 26 acres, $))5ooo has,
'r\ ," andretail!. at'from 50 cents to $IJDO some years ago, narrated an instance preparing surplus products for been refused. The Zychlinski 'or."
_J'I ', : ,per pound,.extra.sizes sometimes commanding : A neighbor,had two -groves market, are the only means for mak- chard, 35,acres, sold.Jast year,for $f,
I' r .' .$1.50 per pound. The small adjoining, both-of which were drop ing Florida a success as a rival to.the 000. Prof Shirley refused $16; ,
.; ..; "'- hard shelled. nuts can be purchased at ping their fruit. He used potash{ on "far West" for immigrants. two years ago for his 56 acres,less tt
*_; -; -:-'.. .from" s five to six cents per pound. Pecan grove A, while the fruit was growing, JOHN W. DAVIES half in orchard Mr. Sampson, ow!
f ;.-:: ;;':-:t"' trees are found growing in rich I al. and withheld it from, grove B, with Hillside House,- Wates,- Eng. ing 163 acres. on which are ipoc
>ct.r .:r'tsluvial: soils from Texas to Illinois, and the result that A held while B.dropped ...,.. .. \ pear trees, will not/sell: fogless thaj
- iti< ):r-;:' lire therefore hardy throughout its fruit as usual. The following $40poo.- All these orchards are. f .
: .<':i :.".a _' Middle States. Nuts may be planted I. rear he reversed the application, giving The Silver Cluster Pomelo. one to three.miles. of Alvin, say stJiGalve3ton
}: ;;r' .n the place where trees are to grow the potash to B and withholding it Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower News.' .

: ,* anently,' but experienced pecan from A, and the fruit upon B held In your last number: J, ,F., Lake .,. '
,' : ,T ,growers' ,of Louisiana advise raising while that upon A dropped. From county,asks for information about the A squeese ofl lemon improves.i
-- .t :*,.{the"trees in nursery one or two years this he concluded that potash given 'two most desirable varieties of pqrnelp bled.. ggs, and i it should be ad

.-,..( ,,. before. *: planting In orchard. It is during the 'summer! keeps the fruit 'I In answer to similar.inquiries I said in while they are.:cooking. .
,
.' ..:: r. 4 that'whenever the root is from 'but that the effect of Farmer and Fruit, Grower of ebru: c.""
., l' ... .:_:, c.... : tap ,dropping, !. f,,, .Subscribe, for the; Fruiti -
; } '
>.
I':: H,. \,, .I't' ..... -:'f. ,
E' ; '.:'.; .... "
I.4 ,'. -l(-.., .,jo .
". ,_\ ,
"> 4 > ."'-
,
.. 't ... >
.t'i'...... .-j ,-
J' _. '
.' < '>' ...'. ".: J .,J J'f
.
I.J"r., '' .... '''' <-
'. ,. ., ,,./ '. '.f.. ;' -, ";-'
-t. .i.



..,.. ; .. '* .,V "' "4 .",,,'..- ,t.,...'...",",' ..,. wi.........'"'." '... '.."'"'; ., _
H .
, I > I. .. :... : _
'tl '
<< "">" =
,
\ ; ** *f' C2: .. >
r .j.
>.'....:> < ; ,, .- ..l'-: :>; dis! ;<, p- r "tssf f-i
of">. rl.. .. .' .... .?. ? % ** ... Vs r "-o-: -. 5 .-. ..:. .",_ ... -'f ,
,> 1 r .. ** 'v 1! -
; .". .. t .t-Si :2 i ; 'i"'.t ," e< -< 5s T .. .
,. .. -* "- : s<-: y; ...& i '. '. ..
tw.&V.. w5: -"-I' ; > ,.. ; ..". .. .. 't
: *
tL v3 : s .
: '' : : *: ; ", "',' ,

"X ,,-$''':',-, >' fc t; .-5v?,u, _,,'r--t-.r it.: : ....;.,.-l-: ..:- ,;.. .,, ,' ,' THB,; FLORIDA 4 ,lPtRV1nt1ND., ', -- FBtIIT-GRnW, .. ,- ,. rri" .' .. .... ,, ;'", .", ii.';7"j' '':\9f. ,
:: fA J ::' r. :jf 4
.. rf4'-9
.
; j ... ..'t. .i. .1' -, '
;, .
,... :,. '"'..'';'':'':'(..q.i.'.' .le.TrmnksBest.suggestions. 1;. ,' .- ',-.'?' .. ',limbs, a new,-'healthy! bark closing up tl! KltLS' s g "\

.. ., .
-
:
.
.I t: :to.:yoci''a> Jfe I everything.There ;_ ,
j'the'practice and are no ants runningup and
:9f
; ;: .bidding ,
'. ,
stalks I ,J' the down the tree, :as was the case when s "
on :orange : f R
Llcye&I, ,' ,i the'scale were in abundance. I think AAO, ictHRIP JIq-s ,

ing of'protection-against{ frost 'this to ,be a stro point.in evidence 'a .1

(:(Book? <,61 f.ythe' Department! (;ofeforx8sayss '.against the. presence of the scataatthiitime V Is Strongly Concentrated: ; and whea Z

\ under :the ; It is, doubtless too soon to l 1 !.; .Diluted as Directed, it makes >, :

t i''Lessons Taught< by .the .'draw definite conclusions from my ex- ''i .'. t la probably the Cheapest Insecticide ,

'Careful ::obs' rvations' havetTtKejaethod periment.. The problem is a seriousone ,. ':i I in the World. J, :

[ I f.t trainingthejo i with fruit growers. 1 shall give '

tree another white coat this fall .. CAllM.. OBMCCMM* in
Florida '
important( :Trees having! my } < i ,. I i ; for 13 i Years.. I z
..
.
and a ,splash from little _ial... ..i'ec\lons"t.-;: I I, ,
."trunkwere'muchless' indold.than my sprayer E- i55S:. tfjwn4:, II'rCt. .. .
over all other trees just on >[if E:M****N3.**.>*:*y*>M M>>M rffc c-'C: :4 h*< *" ;I .; '.. ti
[ ,those of 'theiwing my general : s*IM saSj'/s' |*:rft M wiSSfsrSras ...;.
: l is thatmyltree.is : IM i i. H. B. MARSH General A.4: '"
under similar 'con principles. My own opinion !'s4---'='v"r .ti.-rt.ft-jcsrriits1s: ": 1 '4
'iii" .
,
laying several, trunks, cured.. I can't see how ;'pSfcffieE.. i...gKCa_ : iSr' Okahnmka (Lake Co.), Fla. ., "
; doseI [, \-.ai::: sstvTtsxf _: I j
live the
anything could through ab' *MM j u .. *
noticeable "
quite in pro-- \jl UAUMOmt SLU*SHOT WORKS.L I "
think said before Sold by many merchants. _
I "
gave'that tree. as
sv after the ,first freeze, % %% % < i .
the' in MAK S09Lu___ 'HAMMOND'S SLUG HOT'WORKS : ,
but_ or course the two spraying engines now u- ..,

[most places: were enough to vogue, if properly: handled, will afford FISBKIIL-ON-MOOSON. IEW YORK. IF .
a solution of the scale question. 7 -

,ly.trunk. t, omitted to say above that I dissected I, ,
that where
\
!clearly pose nitrate of soda and then
not see the :
few of'those red that TrrUekel1
a, places
desirable to train the 'F lt1tne
plants single leal in .
a :
grow a-fortnig
: ,,
marked the local depredations of the f.
: main trunk is "-
ii a: 'single - - - perhaps'ven I longer On the other, :-
scale'last Between the outer _
as. high, as is consistent red bark there spring.was green succulent, -Strawberry'. Plants Early' hand, plants,set"in July or August and .

apedtree.1Ith fresh bark and no 'abnormal The grower of strawberries for the 'well-rooted before the drouth :begins,r ,: ;' i1!

4 n'., this a. single; trunk_ whatever. 'know :Mr appearance earliest markets should beware,, of 'delay will.grow,in the driest, hottest weather =;
id stronger wind than will ; Shepherd in' grow a way which is 'Id' "
will with, for' setting.. Better harvest the cowpeas in surprising
hope a successful
ral 1, ,trunks, ,as we/ believe me the ." '
/ novice. all
'- issue of our efforts to destroy the or.crab grass when half grown, By means, let; the
rill, concede 'and lam of '
Ohio Farmer. prepare the beds and plant'rather than grower provide.an abund supply..of'to- r
/that it will also fruit ears enemy. andthushave'a vigorous plants with a tor los '
wait for the hay crop mature margin ,' .
Jit will, be necessary ,,to late'Hand. small thin- ses, arid then get an, early" 'start '
A --,
,
.
,
Prof.. M. V. Singerland writes to ; : : .i, .
experimentfbf foliaged.plant, is a piece of Florida Experiment Station Bulletin :4.No.39 '
very poor
the will doubtlessr.the The Rural New Yorker that the San i!
tree_ ; ?
in the when' frosts are ,
property spring
Jose scale was discovered at Cornell
weight of one .side ; 's '' Y
falling. On the contrary, a large, -
nee' that'of-the other, and itfrmer'when University last April on some of the 5J- 5'Melon 'Siiffarf : \ t'Since .'
in rI
the ladder ornamental trees and, shrubs, and in eep-grown, powerful plant, ,set : -f Bfe :

ranches- in, rests its May before the hibernating'' scales began July or August and, encouraged by I writing'the former j;:paragraph

picking their spring growth the' bark of constant care'and feeding to a steadily 1.r recently'on this subject we. have come. .

i fobur the hunks arid larger branches were, progressive, unchecked development. .across the paragraph referred to,inCrbnise's .
practice ..we are..IeavWk' I ,
Trost its fruit "Natural Wealth of 3
thoroughly washed with whale-oil will, in time of protect : Califor:
after the' bud is ,
only, chickens i nia" It is, follows (
Erted.ethisv.may' soap, dissolved aj the, rate of 'two as 'a'brooding hen'does her as : ..
.. write emphatically on' There is'at the eastern base of the '
We cannot too "
-' ofbenefit pounds .to a gallon of water. Oh the .
)' 'be: will toyour'subscribers. 25th of June, )when the.scales which this subj Ct. The .frost will pierce Alps [Sierra Nevada?] much land L
I
Soon had wintered, over had made consid- through. and through the weak, ..small subject to being destroyed, 'by deep *" -

ers qu about'' the'practice; of.mixing in San erablegrowth1;' 'every infested plantwas1 plant, and freeze every berry, every washing of sand, on which nothingwill
home. Farmer
at --' thoroughly drenched with spra.y, blossom;' while the,grand plant, fully grow except ,melons, only two being

,Item,, containing one part of kerosene to five matured, will hide' away' dozens, yes allowed to mature on a single Vine.,.. -

t parts of water Very few of the leaves scores, tof blooms and ,berries_in its toe melons are gathered they are ,.
voluminous foliage which the frost dashed open with a big knife, and a-
:San Jose Scale on the Dogwoods ''Or other shrubs ;
will never touch. 'A certain proportion wooden scoop empties the pulp into a / '
ve read the ,short paragraph wereinjured: and ,a second application '
on'the outside may be frosted, vessel wh re'the juice is expressed'like r
the o'f/Mr.'KW. Shepherd ,of the same spray was made on "
pen' July':2d. The result is the scales have but nothing short of a bitter freeze can maple, sugar in the' Atlantic States. '
;
orida, i in:reference to my experitswiththe been, practically exterminated by three perjetrate; its interior. Such are the The sugar sells at renumerative prices
.
; : San Jose scale After application, but it must be under- benefits.'of early 'planting. is light colored and sweet. Red pulp
:I :took, my little glass andIned.upon melons darker
kng give a sugar, 'white
stood that;the. spraying and washing "
.a .perch that," took me ; WATERING AND SHADING. pulp is therefore preferred. We have -
'among the branches. Eararvest wasnot: done in a half-hearted; way, in this State ,
my of land similarly
but by a man who understands the The best way to water before plant- a great area
[ apple' tree where the scaleMurecl business. This Seems to indicate that ing is to punch tHe holes and fill them destroyed every year. This su .

the worst last February the pest can controlled by vigorous with water;' when this has soaked away gar-melon; example is commended !o. "
Jen I;limed my tree, i will not, who 'the free ',
; say and thorough work.-Garden .and set the plants as above described. poor men, can get use of'

whitewashed," for while it was that, Forest.: Watering strawberry plants newly set the space and proceed on small c pi.. _
''
,was more. I plasteredthe: limbs- { tal.
"
in a drouth generally labor lost, unless
.
t ..
will recollect with thick ----* .
.
a
You l there is irrigation .enabling '
an plant,
Bering (coatof heavy lime mortar, The Fibre factory has been makingsome the tb saturate the ground.It Strawberry Notes From South.' ,

,de of.fresh.lump lime. 'I thought trial 'runs this week with their is usually growers more efficacious to set Florida. {i

the 1 :time that'no small anfra: cule, new: process machinery. The work the plants m the bottom of a slight Editor P'armuand Fruit Grower: ', ,. t

; loMd' under a shell' as'thin and turned out is very satisfactory, and hand-plow furrow and :'cover each one Professor E. G. Burney, of this ;:r

Bsyas' the house of the. ""scale" promises .to_, be 'a complete success. with a shingle or a dwarf palmettoleaf place-from about.a half an acre of \' 's

'ied. jto be, could survive the ordeal. The Messrs Nicholson have been un- sloping close down over it. A Hoffmans netted last spring $505.00.:: : ,'f: .

fter,' a search of 'a half hour upon tiring,in their efforts to make it 'a suc- little water applied in a situation like He planted flat-no bedding up, with f

.,j limbs'that ,seemed the most In- cessful'venture and are about to be rewarded this will help a considerable. Do.not sufficient space between the rows for :

Jed last March, I found not one col- for their work.-Melbourne pour the water down a foot I or'two and horse culture. He practices' mulch.. '*;-

yof.the ;scale.\ ,I.discovered.many Times. let.it crust and harden. the 'ground; ing and also covered his plants with.

the ;little:light-colored webs under Thomas J. Edward, an attache of hold the cup clear down to the earth mulching in frosty nights. Has found ,
'
,?:-1 was wont; to find the littler the asylum at\.G attahoochee, came to and allow the water to. flow out.. A the Lady Thompson worthless. .'., ,
-
j i imalcules l 'themselves last'spring.' Tallahassee early last week to purchase crust formed by the b ating of a streamof The Burts Bros., from about six .l'-

"V inserting the\point of my knife good milk cows in jLeon 'countyfor water, unless broken up, will greatly acres of Newnans, Wilsons and Hoff. q .

/tfeese{ ;webs, theY' would break the dairy recently established for injure; the plant, if,it does not kill,it. mans, shipped about seven thousand,;
'
|and:: blow,QWay, but/there/ ':was the'benefit' :of the,inmates of that institution There nothing in strawberry' quarts which'netted them about nine
Riving*,i thing i ,under' them., :The and cents a -$630.00. do '
I that being;one feature of the industry more unsatisfactory exasperating quart They not

f{,bore ;Tanji',brougHt; ,immaturity.a: improved !)management there. He than to get a late stand and mulch. Another brother from abou

/cropof(healthy\ rand lusaousap.Those : succeeded in collecting, 28 choice. then to coddle it through, the fall one acre, shipped about 3,500 quarts.
: cracks, "in, ;the .bark of the with water and He raulched-his plants, and the'other
cows'which' ,he carried up on carsSunday drougth, puttering
'I'-L/p of'the5.t ,
.Wide: iththe swelling, .,: .
'
:;' ., f't.,,
.-
t. :
;
'" ,0I. \ : Rf .
-
a. < .. h,,". .;..' ,,. ,. '
". ... ,. ). / ,
1 ;, ,. '
' .. -
... '
: :y f .
'Y .
:' -
.
: '
\t u ,.'-> _:. "' :i' ; ; ",_.c'-_:, ,.). ,' ,\, -, ": M z
.
1- > -- "
'Y'"l.-..:'...t.tl; .: ,< : l' _' ': ', ,. '; : ":' ''" .: "- jt4'r., ." ,' \
4.tc. ; : !' ; ,;._: : :: ;: ,, :. :: =: 8b
,:is. 't---: .. ";". ,
,**I .n' v .. '.,-',-'
1 -'JL
'
'
_
-t
v .:';':: : : '.<',!'
0-.J-
f'
-* :;;_ t : : .
,: :?? -oi-t--- :; ,: ;



".' ,':. i' kr -,-1 ,, rs '
P r" ., F"L, ..,.. zss. 'a: a _i4' y Swan at-
t2' '
+ .
.. ', ,". ."-'C;'!', ""1\: "." 10'.....'" '-''4..-\":,,',..jiiI".','''''';; ... I '..""".f.,".. .':-_<"x ,;' /'''",,. -t., .". .... y .. ,".. "."...
., jt"f r?! 'C. '",_. .. .w : .' ...<;:.r" .. '<,,-0"';:, *. "- '" - .
: Ii'
t""I..a. ..... : :> > .' 1.: .. "" ... < ,
'' r: .t- ...
-r : .. r or
.1..l.' :; :' i';' ;i-t' "" V- .,. t."t' _
,
,' < t '' ">.c : '# ; .. UITJO
)
.. "'"W, n) 'I1fo.1:! : ;': -.4"W,.. ...t _f'-k' f, .-" 'Af. "' .' t, "' 'V. -. c'
"
.. ....::. }!Jt./-I.t'I\,05.: / : \ : 1",,-.t;y' 'oIt':' ;4v'.. .'t',1."' ,"' '',..''' .;:L .,'"_.y'_""', '1'.F"'_. ")':-'.-_":: ,'T '._ '_.. ,TH,'. ,FL@' 'IDA. rAJbra"Am'.n- ,WXL'' ", ; .. AUOt, 318'.,: },,,,,
,
j \
-
.. ;" -' J : '
.I "'.i'n "- \ fr.o" C.
: .
/ ; ( ";::; H -6" ,,
';" "-' ;:- -" :;: "'' ;;--'J';<>iI" .'>!" ... .
,
.
"
"
.5 ?i' '< -' .
; 4
_-:; '.4 :f"iof'i t'" .'-; -. .. '
,
zit'u., 'Q .J'<' 3LL *\ 'T1 *- ): .
: .
:
.,.. ,, <,,,,-'' ""oi,:,:..' ;iIjO....,!<.'("'\.,:, ...,, ..,.-'J! ;._, ,..,",...<7 j (Tlw&'' -:"example-, ;;.. !EXPERIMENTING;> '*.... ir .IN: lS' .-\SATURATED' :-- T" ),. .. .. Strawberries' oii'ic i
'
,, r ,
"" .J...- \ +SS: "1 V ,\ '
fI
: GR'o'nmn' = | :
.
.
,-. I
.-0.J.''.*,".. "". -n"' ,', "' ::lMosPHERE'OFCARBON: BISULPHIDEw -- '
.'
:-". .... : t' 'f.; .4 *. I 1 :
.. "' ,. 1.. .:! ;,'I. '... _Y''FI a; -'.' '.' : ; Craps, ', Croup, : The.celebrated:r._&TV Btrawbo? :,
.,;-;!' F.'( ;.' .. ..iit". '(. 't J; -") l.< .- --. .>; ., -, t. w .:the firs(; :series of experimentsthe 1 I II sisters ore the universal favorite- .
Coughs
,
.
.
: .. ,
.. :: ; '" seeds replaced, in ) Perfectedafter
.., .' ..=.>r. f > :s 'jv e_ ; shallow. 1c dk" % groW rs. years, ofence.
1. ..:,:: -<" ;1'Ile-.fb: ,.. j. Bisulphide :Treatment glass'vessels,. resting Ion: a plate of I Tooth1 1 Give good- service, for'good. fruilTBUBY -
'
-r'!. ,.1..--t-' .> .- '".t.r>,:' ; ('., of.* .Seeds.! s,: ," ground glassCovered :::;: o; i : ; '
_ c ,;The'Department o"Ag1cul. at containing a s&urated atmosphere' of ,Starlre.:,
4 .. ; carbon\'bisulphide. At the.end of
has 48
"' Washington _been carrying on Diarrhoea
.
,
} ; Y/some experiments to .determine the effects hours :tjie! ,, seeds were,transferred'' to i, SIEEKtiR SEED. EO.,:,

,....,:, of carbon bisulphide on the'vi- !the ,germinating chamber In which t Dysentery, {
IC' :: Hof were placed also the check lots of untreated -: and au MARY ;T. FROTSCHER, 'p'I ='
''K 'i'j ,tality f, speeds ,when used to.destroy? Bowel Complaints
.
insects such seeds. seed. .Successors to :
; in '
ular j just sent out the fol- The following seeds were uninjuredby t A Sure'Safe, Quick Cure for Richard Frotschefs GravierStree
these troubles is&Ei'M1ll Nos.518 and Grader St.,N ,
520
this
test the "
.. severe germinating
curs ,
". {r I' : Importers and dealers,la, Fl< '
\ w ':' : } remedy advised. by percentages of' both, treated and ,untreated 1 Garden Seeds 'Grassee,clover;.
tatoes and fruit trees in their sea ..
seeds the
entomologists for'destroying, seed-in being practically f by relatives of the late Richard l'' 4 _

: resting insects is to treat the seed for I same':, Peas, cotton, 'beans, Kaffir seed through for one Richard free., Frotscher's' _

F o twenty-four: hours with! the fumes of, .corn, buckwheat, ,turnip: cabbage, "
.
r carbon ''bisulphide at the rate of one cauliflower, pumpkin, cowpea,. and I til the trusted friend of the "

pound the hundred, ,bushels.. This :pats., .It, is safe, therefore, to conclude Mechanic, Farmer: Planter. X

chemical "when, 'pure' is a. colorless ,that none of the ordinary methods Sailor, and In fact all classes .f
I with"a 'odor. 'One 'of ',treatiug these seeds with' carbon Used '
; liquid pleasant expois f laterally or externally. /-TLi-
ihe' air the carbon' i1 bisulphide impair their vital-
to
.e imitations.
Beware of Takenone
:" :composing the liquid are 'separated, ity.But .
"
but the genuine huy
the other hand. the t when
,
.. r: each uniting with :the oxygen, for which: on ger- DAVIS." Sold you
;fj they have -stronger, affinity t than JOT minative ability was decreased' in everywhere\ plant seeds, planFERRY

\...%* each"other. Thus. are.formed; carbon barley, rye, wheat, corn, crimson 25o.. and 50o. bOt

i'* 'bxide'and, sulphur" dioxide, thelatterbeing ., ,clover, millet and rice, the difference es.J
.
between the treated and un &-
} disagreeable
v ,a'very= poisonous fgas"wjth; a -

,:. ,odor... 'treafetseed'arying: from 85 percent. .
.s' ".*> 'The'-statement I is made 'that I ,seed in the,case of rye to 9 per cent. in Always the bes _
in, the of wheat
vitality corn, barleyor
..: t'.,; crimson clover whose seed is much
: ; hours 'without t 'injuring ..U. FERRY CO.
thirty-six
.
t : -
{! in bulk with carbon, bisulphide for '
more tender than that of other cloy j .
a it s.i..germinating'capacity.. vSo' far :.as ;I Detroit Mich.FAIRVIEW .
hours -the of' of r
pound
at rate one
24
4 ; ; ers i all of the injured kinds belong to
'extended experiments
: ,r sreaware. ; ,the chemical hundred bushels'
to
one
the grass alone of this
family, oats
have heretofor&beenmade.to'test
?* the of the .
grain.In
{: ,truth? :of' this' statement_ ,;which, hqw-I group showing no injury. This re.sistan't
seeds' of
general cotton peas
,
character of the 'is
eve is.generally:accepted,and:which oats easily -
,
beans buckwheat the cab- .
peas, ,
pats
explained from the nature of its covering -
has very iportant.be! 'gs.,, :For ,if
: bage family and cowpeas, will endure PIN!
:
the treatment, ,recommended :,is detrimental the most severe treatment with the
to. the. germinating,power' of This method was an extreme one fumes of carbon bisulphide without

the seed, one;*by adopting, it,, 'would! and represents conditions which Choice
their germination being injured to
.
not only'lose"hisseed, but .what'is,far, would:probably never be attained .in any ,
IOn the other
extent.
appreciable ,
actualpractice.- Here each seed being ,
j'
serious would l ,be'subjectejd :to
more ;
:, hand seeds of wheat and
.in corn> rye,_ -
.exposed ,a thoroughly saturated Pineapple
u delay in waiting'for.ito.come. ; up,and
otjier, crops belonging to the grass; "
atmosphere,of the chemical had am.
then be under:the necessity of resow- '
family (except Kaffir corn and oats)
imbibe I
pIe opportunity to as much of "
/ ingiIn I should be treated with,caution,as ser Plants. .
the it r
kill vapor as was capable of retain- 1M.
; additiong to treating seed to ,
ious deterioration is
in vitality likelyto
: : insectsit is sometimes:,desirable, as:in ing. It is reasonable ,to suppose thatSfed result from excessive, exposure to -.:... FOR SA.X413''e

the case of cotton, for instance, to whose: vitality was, not affected ... ..
', fumigate important-seed .to,''avoid any b oy, a forty-eight hour test of this kind .
would be in deteriora gas.The i > Smooth Cayenne!U! Home Groij.
risk' of the introduction of, disease no danger of Danger Side of Lightning ,
.v germs. Carbon bisulphide also_ used tion in this respect from any treatment Rods. .

": for this purpose, and It is exceedingly given them itf ordinary prac The conventional lightning rods A'BB, PLANTS A SPECIAL, T>,

important to know whether the fumigating tice. that one sees over houses and barns in I .

r process is likely to injure the, The varieties'which were' damaged the country and small towns ,afford F. ,N. PRICE,
vitality of such seed. by the 48-hours'! treatment,-were then
but little protection to the buildings.
subjected to another test of hours' P. 0. Box 449. ORLANDO II=
;: The length of the time seeds must 24 Small as this security 'is, it is whollylost ,

.', ,be treated with the fumes of carbon duration. Some of the varieties suffered if Mie so-called conductors are improperly

;, bisulphide depends,not only the no deterioration whatever in L
: upon
conducted,and not in perfect
resistant of the insect but also vitality with the twenty-four ..hours'tle1tment. HOME GROWN
power order; when they, in 4 act, become an
/. 'upon its method of attack. In the ; while'there was a marked absolute menace to the building they ,
of the weevil the larva is decrease in the amount of injnry in
case pea embedded are reared to guard. It is essential, if
within the immature seed be- all of them. .
t the conventional rod is to be set up, .Pineapple Slips

e R; .- coming entirely surrounded by the EXPERIMENTS ON GRAIN' IN BULK.. that the work be entrusted to reliable .

:. seed coat during its development, and capable persons, otherwise it.may : : and Suckei "-
hence a treatment prolonged over In order to ascertain whether similar :become.a shining invitation to dan .

twenty-four hours may be, necessary to injury to the seeds' named in the gers. It is probable therefore all Of, the Following Varieties
.
destroy the weevils. foregoing list would resultfroixi treatment things considered, that.a'building is as

Our experiments were made with in bulk, one bushel each of well, if not better,' protected without FI(! SALE

thirty-three different\ varieties of grains wheat;, rye, barley, land field' corn such conductors as are in general) .use { :

and vegetables, five of cotton, two of were subjected to a second series'of as with them. It is safe to assert that "

peas,' three of Indian corn, two of experiments. One bushel of each the great majority .of buildings dam ABBAKA, PoRTO Rico, EayraA}'

,-". rice, two of :common garden beans, kind of gram was placed in an air- aged or destroyed by lightning were 'QUEEN, GOLDEN QUEEN, KIPLI

\ ',; two of KafTr corn, two of barley, two tight bin for' twenty-four hours. Up. provided with lightning 'rods, and in' QUEEN:, SMOOTH CAYENNE, IE

,: of wheat; one of oats, etc. In all on the ,surface,of? the gram were shallow the majority of these cases the conductors NAMBUCO AND RED SPAN1$.'

,,, ,the experiments only sound seeds were glass vessels containing carbon bi- invited the thunderbolts, and

M. taken, being, so far as possible, from a 'sulphide in the proportion of, one for some cause, probably improper Apply to ,

.:: single : stock in each case, Two lots pound to one hundred bushels. At construction, could not lead the light 'G. -0. MATTEAMS,

f :,y, > of treated seeds each containing 200 ,the close of twenty-four hours lots of ning harmlessly to the earth.-Government Florida Pineapple Cos .'
]
seeds of the larger species and 100 of each variety of seed, both treated and Electrician, in Ladies' Home '

the smaller kinds were used. Similar untreated, were, germinated in dupli Journal .,1' Or to _

t ..',lots of untreated seeds were employed'I cate. -***. t If.-.. :.HADDOCK. &. MATTIIAM8,7 .;

t' -as checks.. ,':rherewaS, no appreciable difference Subscribe. .,to.;the. Fruit Grow r: :i' ',J' :-,, "- 'Weet PaImBeacb" -
r -i'.j ';>::". ,..-,.:. ,':: '" I
'': : ,
;; .'.,'- '.... ... .3'1: : :;?; ; ," --' "
<: 7'
{,' ", :
1 .. :;;;-.:, ::tti --

v, : : 1ns .. l .'.'.: "" .. '... .
.
; .
.. ..' .' -- : : ? --
c .'. .< ," : :.t", ;" :.. {-: :,/ r' ,.fj. : : = 't
_
ar 'f. jI.
: .', ,
,- '-:;':, .'\.<. ;. '. 'l ,:. '.;. ...... ..' '

04 .', .' ;.: ...'".. ..ci ...
K '
.
.,'i..: .".,."'"....... ,".'" : y :



;. .t, .,,' '11. .... '-,.;"",' ;:' r t,fgM ".'-, ., ....,. -\ e ?* ? f." ': ,, ry tg" .'""-.'." '.:':.cV.,"V.. /.,'' ,
''''. ... .*i ir' -:-' r--.,..1..*'- .1-; *s, + s .'tY t'P' -l'!< ...O:p i*
;SC> iVi" S j1B jH j- ; ? 2. ..- iJ' f
t'l: rIf ;* tt-tf ,_ i; ) Ft"x 5 j. -
., .
> -*>*- ,.:' 1 ho : ..
....., """,' 'je", '.:;, '( ...,.%",. OJTHS ., -1
IH*, "" "( {
; .
< '.
'
P *" : ' ;" >... ,, ', : ,: .".. .
8'i'S_. "" r. '**-'_.- ......>, \':.ci "S-'V. .. ..: ,. YWBIDAi'F&PMU iA4'U"J.PB r lEY..M-- .' .v'.. ", .4", :';:'..1.. .d"'iC' ;. :',! .'f-..',: ;": : ......,..,'; ,II':0. ,-:. S
..:..? :'- .. .'.. '" :;; :' ;;
.
; ;- ;'- I """" '
'
T'1' .r :' -* / :, .' 51 '.
- UitiIt& '.- \ gotten? the best breed for your climate Care DUr. nu..MoUlhngTime.. ', ":. "" :'1'T '" '
i
; x -
| will-thenhavethe- best'layers as r
you : There, seems",to.be:a tendency among '
'
"! by- '." DeLUOY' ; | birds that are healthy-and kept under many breeders neglect fowls 4
.,useg. : S B. .Apopka. ;yia. .to duringthe :
:\ .::: }t ':II ..Jr" :. conditions; most ,favorable for them moulting jseason. As they are
'. --"-- -" ------ ?
.
: i.! ', ;
..: \--1'. ".' :Pohitsby." -P.". H. .tfacobs..TServeteranjpoultry ... and you will produce the most'eggs.. not producing as many eggs .as for {
:: : VVHYv HENS DO NOT LAY. merly perhaps,this tendency ,is in OUR" W LOYAL- c.v w ACEN
: editor of Farm
: : the path .of. ,economy. The neglect '
Wbenihensdo: do not lay there is a One'secret of.tho success of page Fence is the t
'hiresidegivesthe! following be discovered. At occurs mostly in feeding shprt.rations fidelity of our tbousands of Agents. Many or them
ana
cause must
,{; ir claim that tt is the genuine suturoetlon derived
or, as the farmers in not feeding from handling the best article rat.berthlUlt.bo
this whenthe weather is among very
.t:. CROUP IN SUMMER.ytdiseasein season, warm, profit, that keeps them in the business. Customers
... .1' the fault is iIi the feeding. How may i at all, put allowing moulting stock are free to express thanks for havint been Induced
> : f.,flock that does free:range to pick what jhey'canlind. to pnrchosoy KnouKh to make anybody happy.
: the itbe.kno. n that the, nanangeme t is PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO.,Adrian,Mich.,
lily yield.to treatment in sura- incorrect? By simply observing the This we consider a very faulty method -
sill' be absent' In and one which will have its \>ad
;certainly not fowls., II an egg has a soft shell it is,
::Thos.e. /Who 'prefer to work a sure-indication that they are being effects. later on.

Sock; having the roup/will spend ,overfed.. When such cas.es are noticed Growing new >,feathers is quiteas
...share of ,their- time in winter the poultryman begins to give trying to: a fowl's system as
"3g 'to;;c diseases s. that: are oyster: hells'and _other substances, in laying eggs; in fact it is a more ex- S

Rncurahle.Yherf a contagious order io provide lime, but finds' such haustive process.. It Ts' true it.is no ,;: A MONEY MAKER -

"'attacks.a ,whole flock, and'the remedies failures. The hens are too injury to the fowl'Ito' lose Its, feathers ...' '*' 3&- the thrifty industrious beoJUI about her
and how to make from poultry in
money
.:recover* slowly; it is better to fat, their;;organs are obstructed, and they drop out, very easily;, but one ,:3 :' NewPoultl'YCuldoforlB97.
.them flock must remember there -are"new feathers it 100 page;printed in colon\bestzlanefor -
at
.r once,. as a so unto they cannot produce eggs. The remedy poultry houses;Bare
iteas have dis- behind the old ones and it requires JI .f.j. for diseases.!Bent: for I6o.if you write now
a' persistent :
is food at all for -
to give ,no sever- r JCffit BACS:UZ3'r..Box 31,_Freeport_ ,III f
,1!I 9ng 'i itsi.members:; in summer al.days; and then feed but little., Of a healthy.coAdition of the sys" ,
'
Mver.be ,Worth-the'roo f they oc course', such method will further reduce tern to' grow them._ ,Feeding ]liberally "FUMA" CARBON

Boa;., ., < the" farm.. This is the season- ,the'' umber of eggs, but unless ) therefore, is 'more,' important dur
( ear,;when;prevention will be in the.hens are reduced in flesh they' will ing' the 1 moulting time 'than 'at' any BI-SuLPHIDE. ". j

ever aJrY: over-.into, the not only cease laying .altogether, but other Even i if the fowls lay on ,a lit "The* 'best remedy' .In every respect for killing*- 1

a-fowl/that;: : has; 'been sick for die'off. The courage to resort to, the tle extra,flesh it will" benefit'themand. grain cheap insects effectual is Bi-suphide and to of applyA1a.Carbon. It'Kx is '. .
length_ jbf 'timej i ?and get.rid of, all heroic remedy of withholding all fCpdi5.1acking ? assist them in 'their moult. We, hear Sta. Bulletin 61. easy ..

f.ihat are, ,weak or hot in,excellent with the majority, but when this phrase frequently, "a short Send for readable free illustrated and will pamphlet.save you money.'It is Interesting ;

Ji}; ,as Qn.ii k, bird is the begin- the hens do not lay the best 'plan .is to moult." This does not mean that the KDWAHI R.. TAYLbKCleveland, Ohio.f
?f disease in, the flock., If ,the get them back to a.lay ing condition or natural period,of three,jnonths can be Jacksonville Less tban'lOGlb., Fla.'Y lots'supplied by S.G. Sear.,.* 1a 1

disposed of,, do n'o\ bring.othIs .- suffer a loss, and',to do thist the only shortened, but the three months' period ., c T "--'-'. ..-'
on ,the farm until 'a, sufficient available method must sooner or later may be prolonged by neglect,'and THE STANDARD \: ;:
'
!h of time has elapsed to permit of be accepted. hence "a short moult"- may seem -- .-j-' ',II
> t., '
ARIS
aughly disinfecting the poultryuse leading.'Ve ... .GREEK t
[ 'arid, grounds, and before prong REMOVING SITTERS.Whena.hendesires have known flocks moulting DUSTER.

-_ ." 'other birds be very careful tow ? to sit she 'will ,well, .and yet after the usual three

; om *thipg of their condition and do so where she has deposited her months' period show 'no'desire or inclination One man can ,dust an acre of tobao o

ions: surroundings. .. eggs, but such'location maybe wanted to lay. Jbis": is"usually. the plants iri i an hour, thereby saving bout
for the layers, thus necessitatingthe result of neglect ;and short' rations, and even days :of tedious hand-pickin .
GREEN. FOOD. removal of the sitter to a new lo= and the fowls,are. recuperating. Such Prig| $;5OO; .with this paper' one yeas
\ The test way to supply,green food cation. To do this, it should be the flocks as are liberally fed during the $6.50. Address! tho editor, box 524,

br'fpwlsUhat,' are. confined, in yards..isto object to deceive her. Prepare a neat l laying season, will, generally begin to Jacksonville,_ Fla. I.o j

[ 'have two:yards.for; each flock. 'Inrone box exactly like the one, she may be moult Dearly. '.Of" course, ,'"we will' ex- Testimonial.Yours .

of .them may,be grown any kind occupying, ,and carry her on the nest cept the, farmers' hens of unknownage of the 2istduiy to hand, and ,

Hof green food, suCh as oats, rye, wheat to the, selected location at night,. give because, as is well known, the in reply I )?eg'to say I am very well
I::corn,; mustard,millet, etc., Such foods ing h r-'a't clutch. of eggs, and keeping older 'the hen,,the later she will moult. pleased with the performance of the
.'need not be. 'grown:'more than 'a few all:other hens away from her. She A, continuance? of this liberal feeding "Paris Green Duster. I used it on

-:jnch high. ., :Turn the fowls on the will notnotice; the change during the. during, moulting' then will assist .nature my tobacco and it did good work. '

4T,greenfoodtand then sow the.other plot night, and} if she is kept closely 'con old.we will, have as a ;iesult'a ; Yours etc., .

't'!o ,as'permit: itto; grpw',during the fined on the nest for twenty-four hours flock,in strong, healthy condition for W, H. HEATH,

time the hens.are consuming the green she will become contented. Feed her fall ,laying. In other words, stock "Nashua, Fla., July '23, '97.

,food on !the first plot: In,this mannera 'once a.Say, giving corn, wheat, a little shquld be kept in a prime condition

... large,amount of; green food can beprovided meat and chopped cabbage or cooked continually; the nearer we keep them' /

I.- at a small cost It is not potatoes: When the. chicks beginto to,perfect health the better the result lori .
only 'th ''large animals that improve 'hatch it is.best not to disturb her will be. Sound grain, green food, a ands a

and give.good ,results on..grass; vegetables until,all are out, as she may abandonher a' little meat now and then makes a ? !..
I and clover, but the hens .willalso ,nest top soon. When she 'comes good ration. Condition powders and Oranges "

+ .be benefited ,as, well, if given the off,,give her ,and.the brood a warm dry stimulants are not necessary except for *

i, liberty\ of clpverfield. !lt _will not place. the weak specimens.Free esorts 1: .'

: .'be necessary to feed fowls in the summer | DUST BATHS. range we strongly advocate; '

: :.if'clover?is.plentiful, and the ear. but liberal feeding combined with it. [nvestments ,-
J jy'crimson:clover, superior to rye for In summer the best dust baths are To those who have suffered the disappointment -

.themi! .,It, is .well 'to give a grass-plot made by spading places in .the yard, of _a short_ egg crop in ;Developments I
t -but nevertheless a grass-plot in which each'about .one yard square and\ ,ten the fall from their yearlings or two-

clover, predominates is'better than one inches'deep., If stones are in the dirtit year olds, ,perhaps these suggestions, [ Attractions
T should be' sifted. ,Make'the .,
:
of mix d grasses. The large proportion place just,now during the proper moulting
of nitrogen and lime in clover will where the sun can shine on it, so as season,'may be of benefit.-Country Addnu,
to keep the earth dry and after G. D. ACKERLY,
t :Induce the hens to lay 'through the every Gentleman.

whole. 'season: .until 1 they, begin to molt rain,the dirt should be turned over ..,... CCMCRAL PASSEMCCR AC NT.. ,s ?; _
:v with'a spade.or fork. Cate must be THETROPICALTRUNKLINE.JACK50MVIUC. "
MAKING A SELECT.ON. used in having the dirt fine and free Shipments of. sponge this week included FlORIOA. "
it
''t<''t from the hens will 8Szpounds byV.. W. K.
Before condemning a breed perhapsit pebbles, or nonuse
1-' may be:your fault, selection that it If they can have such'a place in Decker and r,2oo pounds from the The hyacinths feem to have disa.

K. caused failure;, Every farmer who ser which lo, dust themselves they will packing house of John K. Cheyney.West .- greed with the red spiders and theyare

;: sects a breed looks ;for the "best lay"nstead. easily keep theirbodies free from lice. Coast Truth:: .. abandoning the diet, probably on

:"rs. ; ,of the fowls" The The Cuban,Tobacco Growers Com the "advice of their physicians.-

\ main, 'point .is .to' ,secure 'some:breed Since the,accumulation hyacinths pany has,been' shipping their tobacco Green Cove Spring. .
',that Is known ,to, be hardy and free in Governor's creek it is noticed that this week to Tampa It is reportedthat
;=fr ndise" e.J :If the fowls are to DC the water appears clearer and compar.. they received: per pound and Mr.. C. A. Bacon, of "Number ;

h 'V'the;. best' ,breed is one,that atively:,free from that disagreeable that they had $40,000' <1und .-. Fort Nine," Ormond, recently purchasedtwo

1s n o1 fly over a' fence.. If there is odor which prevailed, while the wild Meade Times. tons of figs for canning purposes,

\a ranethe;; :best breed is'the one that lettuce wasso much ;in evidence It pays to, advertise in the Fruit :and has already put up 1,000 jars of
'
.'is acgveandforages..-. = ,When..you, have' ,Gfeea Cove'Spring. Grower ; *': the fruit-Miami Metropolis. ,
c' ;: .
:r ,
"
-
"' J 'f,,
J .
-, :. 10 J' s y. .. >f ..., ; ,1". : ?;: -. > -. ',/' r
s '.. '' .
-
.:. .- t- .ri. ';.
.t.t>,.;-fi.l!>, '.- 'J ; '-:\5': ,:-'' .::.""','i'<""'i''f.. .'''' ,' .. .. '', ', .,
:; T.s"
: .. -
,"-.;. : : t>:.; : : ?<'',: ,:" .. f. < .
\ _
: .... ;
.
"
>t '\' -- ..
Kr&T '-1; ,;.;t-
\ : ,.J" .. ''$"#;;'V.p,-, ls
\.&. *; ,# ': '" t. .'! .... ,;' ," -
** o ....
*,.:r 3H ..1. ..., ,, '' ".'"1'\"1 ..., '
i-L '' ,L"t, .J -.c. 4'.I" ,
'- ;:;"' \' l'- ," ''. ."':o.-; .lo-"',,' ./f't.rc't', ,''',<> ,- "-"' :>'.

M



-*- v y r -
,
.
;. "\ '" ,
t: .
t'r ; '.. .l
LJ!: i'j,1r... ",
'"
,
y ,
,I' '
"' -I, ; .. .
L .... '.f r '. ' '
.. :: ":,_It.:. .... ,.,:-.: ..> ,
_. 55J {'- "'.".-: !. 7 .
'""'. /- 't ,'. ,. ,
\ : Pears and (rapes. Guava Recipes.;
Our
". ". > ,": : .., "; S. Rural 'Home. t +
-
For Eural Home.
V' our
p '
s'.t.'t e ... ,
; SWEET
-- -- -- PICKLES.
When, canning, .pears reserve all
IT gb, Mary Peterson The Tragedy- of Crime.. small, and knotty ones, and if the fruitis : Take one gallon good cider vinegar

.)pl ;.S ltCh'lD her yard ,ate People should'live right,,if not for scarce and dear, the cores and skins three pounds brown sugar, two ounces
.
; The switch: grew, to a theirown sake, then for, the good': of f. of the 'ones that have been canned, cloves,. two ounces allspice, fo

/, /Jgofous free and ttifryear bore a'half those who are to make the future citi- Of course',the pears must.havebeen, ounces cinnamon, to ,six pounds

: bushel: good, sound, apples, samples zens of the w'orld", bear its burdens; washed and carf1:1lly'trimmed: free fromall 'juavas. The small guavas are

a fcf,which were shown yesterday.-- and should its responsibilities. The l specksand: 'blossom 'end Cook pickling. Have the fruit well was.

: Lees urg Commercial. Is there not a conditions of life are hard'enough for the peels and cores insufficient water and, the blossom end trimmed

an istat in this date? most persons;its burdens and responsibilities to cover, them. When they have been stick a few cloVes in each gi

; Business conditions in Pensacolaare are heavy enough 'under, the thoroughly' cooked they must be re king vinegar and sugar' to a

said to be very prosperous. They most favorable conditions. But when' moved from the. water, .and.the. whole I skim carefully, add spices and

banks there recently published state- there is a hereditary tendency in one pears, which .should be quartered, put he fruit in;boil until tender."

ments showing that nearly $1,000,000of to commit crime,.then life is indeed''a in and'' cooked 'until tender. When can be put in either glass or sto

s idle capital is now on deposit, and sorrowful struggle. Behind every this is done) remove the fruit from :and sealed tightly.

there is scarcely a merchant in the criminal is a great tragedy ; before the juice, and add some grapes which I JELLY.

city that needs any accommodation, him an:"abyss' of despair and, 'igno- hvae been prepared for jelly-from'now ,GUAVA
they having done an excellent busi miny.. proceed as for any other jelly. This Guava jelly is best in small it

It is a true and tender :old saying will be an improvement on, both,jel : ties and the fruit must not be 0

ness.The than every sin-cursed: manor woman lies. ipe or it will not jelly at all.

Tampa Times' is authority for was once an innocent, prattling babe, Grape jam is also greatly improved just enough water in,the kettle to

the statement that fully' $ioooo, has ften nursed and watched over by"pa- if it is nearly; or quite half, ;'pear,pulp, the fruit from burning Before,the (

been paid to tobacco growers of,Hills- tient, untiring mother love.: This and if those that have, been cookedfor has extracted the juice. Let it,,
borough county by Tampa dealers in I for an hour or more until ,well coo
world: is very pitiless the erringof jelly are freed from the cores,'
the product during''' the past thirty any class; yet'often these seemingly either before or after cooking, they will hen strain, (but do not sq e

days, and so far only small, per*cent. crime-hardened human beings are answer the purpose quite well; Pass the through a coarse bar, ',and a.

of the crop has been marketed. This deserving 'of' the dee sympathy.. cooked pears through a colander or through a fine: one. Muslin is be

does'pretty. well for the first year: ''I .,don'tknow'w'Y'! I did it," said an coarse, cheese cloth. Mix: the grape he, first and flannel for the seco

l\1r'W. M. Corry, ,General Manager old> prisoner serving out a life sentence and pear pulp to this mixture, add a' : Measure the juice, add .one-eight!

F of 'the. Owl CIgar Co.., left Wednesday for murder. ,''J''never did quite recall scant measure, of sugar tto'a measureof much lime or lemon juice, let it

for'South Carolina in quest'of how'it happened,'but 1> I was born. with the pulp, cook carefully until, the hard for twenty minutes, then

4 labor for his'' tobacco. plantations at a.quick, ugly temper. He made me mass.looks: clear and is quite thick. granulated sugar made'very hot

'this'place. Mr, Corry informs us that mad, :yes maniac, by. his taunting Put.up in pint jars or large jelly glasses. even, measure for measure .Thear
,
.i he has already brought in three hundred -' words, and when'I struck him I i intended When cold cover the, top with dry su should hiss when slipped into

hands and that: is not sufficient to kill, I suppose ; but it is all like a gar, put lids on and put in a dark kettle. Let it boil three or four mi

,r for his needs and ,he must l have more. terrible dream to me. I'guess,it is all place or wrap each glass in heavy utes longer, or until ,it JaIls in larj.leavy

-Quincy New Era. right,that I am here, but I'could not paper to exclude rays of light. The 'h ''drops frpmta spoon., Then rEmove

A man named Stauffer somewhere have helped doing what I did; some- combination of the two fruits will and place it in glasses

North, is doing a lucrative 'business thing'within'me stronger than'myself! 'hold good in jellies, jams and preserves BAkED GUAVAS.

among the colored people by'means of madejne do it" v ,and is'an improvement on both
circulars in selling them,what he calls That sorrowful, pale, prematurelyold fruits. Any grape may be used. Keep the skins on. Core the
"Books of Fate "' These face is' MRS. M. with an apple,corer, set them, in a
etc. are two a memory ,that haunts likea J.,
,
insignificant little books filled with grim awful.spectre; and it, is an accusing : rather deep pan, then push to the bottom -

rubbish of the voodoo order and for presence' for somebody' .s'to Guava Paste., a small piecfr of the core, and"fill
which he up the rest of the center with sug.
The remediesfor
charges' $3. blame-doubtless all unconsiously .
For Our Rural Home.
all and i A ar.., Put a little water in the pan and
nearly complaints mishapsin for that man's ungovernable temper.If '
August 21,,1,897.-Can you or some bake as you would apples.
,
life consist in pronouncing some we could trace each crime back tots
one ,of 'your readers give a recipe
cabalistic words and performing some foundation, what a depth',of tragedywe n\e GUAVA KETCHUP.
for what i is known
making as
bodily contortions. He has a, large would find in almost guava
every*case. paste? Such as is made in Cuba and Take.one peck of ripe Cattley gua
patronage among colored preachers.- More and more as the world gr \\Vs in sold in considerable quantities in Tam vas ; stew till soft and strain through '

Florida Philosopher.To years knowledge, does the awful and other Florida towns. .' a tin seive. 'Then boil until it is nearly {

think that privileges and safeguards facts of hereditary evil constrain reflecting pa An. answer through the Farmer and thick enough; and add the follow

are vouchsafed to a brute over :persons'to remember the bibli- Fruit, Grower would be appreciated bya ing: one cup best cider vinegar, one

that of a human being is more than cal warning : "The sins of the fathers subscriber. J. L. LITTLE. cup sugar, two tablespoonfuls ground

we are able, to understand. At the shall be visited upon the children, evento Keystone Park, Fla. cinnamon, one of cloves, two of salt,

very least every law making body the third and fourth generation." We'give below the formula for Mexican one teaspoonful cayenne pepper, and,.

representing .an' incorporated town It pays to struggle against unholy, ; paste if of our readers I: if you like the flavor of onion, chop
guava ; any
should have the privilege of saying influences; it helps all humanity when know a. better one we hope they will four large ones fine and add to the

whether or not cattle should run their one strong man overcomes evil send it to us for publication.Peel mixture,and cook about half\ an hour.

streets. In Crescent City it is no uncommon with good. Ignorance and vice are the guavas and 'put them on Do not boil ybur spices until the pleas-

thing for a timid lady to I often close companions; the wise'man the fire in cold crater to cook; when ant aroma i is all lost-many fall into

walk around a block rather than meet is usually a good man. There is a they are done pass through a potatoor that mistake in making ketchup-as it

them. On two occasions last winter certain "smartness," which is sometimes fruit masher. Then weigh the is like coffee, the more you boil it the

lady guests,were out walking and became cultivated and'made to pass for fruit,put the same weight 'sugar in a more of the flavor is lost. Bottle 'or

frightened at an uncalled for advance wisdom..-but he who is truly wise is little water on the fire, beat, up the can and seal tight and it will keep any

made upon them by a cow, and truly good ; while 'a smart man may white of an egg and put, it into the length of time. '
found refuge by crawling be a mean' fellow. Who that cor- '
through .
'
syrup., ,Let it boil, well, take off all DRI D GUAVAS.
barbed wire fences. There certainly rectly estimates the crimes of this
age the froth until it stops coming Stew them and with
up slightly sprinkle
ought to be better protection offeredto cannot fail to think, with pity of the
then strain the syrup, put it on the fire sugar and dry in the stove,oven after*
mothers sisters behind them and of the
and tragedy
our daughtersof awful
again and let.it boil until it i is so thick doing the general baking. If not done
small in Florida to millions of unborn
our villages against consequences
that it will drop Very slowly from the with the heat of the oven turn them
S the animals creatures.It
roving our streets. A cow
Then mix in the strained fruit and little fire until well
spoon. over keep a
break down a fence devour and is enough to use'one to. almost -
,
may and beat it well, Jet it boil fast, stillring done. Give them a good heating and
bushels of and that this sinful selfish crime-
spoil two corn, the ow. pray ,
constantly until the spoon will pack away in cans or'' stone jars with
burdened world should
have the' of to be.
ner can privilege drivingthe cease
stand alone in the middle another
until
or of
beast out, and repair his fence,. Yet He who made the world never up sprinkling ,sugar.
as you stir, you can see the bottom of 4 ..._ t
because it is not quite of prison intended these things to come to pass,
the vessel. Then take itoff, put i it Twelve acres of pines already set
height. A poor'man, to feed his else 'the earth had held less of beau- '
'
into plates or' have small wooden out on 'the avenue: running up from.
hungry family, takes a half bushel of ty'and glorious possibilities for the joy
boxes lined with buttered the Lake, and more being set out on
paper; empty -
he commits that comes of ,
an unlawful and right living.CoIman'sRural
corn ; act,
the'paste to cool and keep in these a five acre clearing on the west side of
months of work World.Siibscrihe .
await him.-
prison until it is used.Subscribe the ridge, is the,latest report from the
Crescent City Item in Palatka Times- .. ,. ...... Lake.Worth Fruit Company's planta.tion.Tropical
Herald. for the Fruit Giower. for the Fruit-Grower.
Sun. ,
.
:;...... ..
,
'. .". 1.;-, < .s ', -. '-r ,",. I- ",
<:., -
"'- w N.' .
'" \

.: : ,, ,- .; .. ., ,- ,'-, r ,

.. 4

s i ,

:ey' ', s H c'...-.'.. _-t'. ,,:. -.'. ...h.-_' ,.. "" ,'"h_ ........ ..... t:",.+.



'!: ": '''': t > : -
.
: : 0, t .
.f{ U' .1 .
..... "t '1.. -;< -'.i:1 x ... ,.. .A x ..
I "\ ,'" J.
.. .. t "
.; t J
\
..

,\ I" !, i ., "

'_' :::>;; :- THE, FLORIDA,FARMER :A.ND'.ImUI'l-9RO y ,- ,. : 653HIciiltural \ .


.

'I tfptes. > ,41\: more perfect fruit. The cutting will not l' -: '
'\. is one of the three Important :
be attended with injury done while the

Cn'TRE.'BOBEn.'aCticah'emedy .- tree,is dorm{ 1t.-Wisconsin Farmer.. ingredients of

> (.*this pest -T .-.-. : ,

BO. is ''given in 'j'laVestern, Conservators of Moisture. a complete 'fertilizer, ; :. '
>wer.. The season'Jor the treat- '
with the different climates Prof;, J. R. Sage, chief( the Iowa the others are phosi ;} :

cb is grown. In the South weather and crop service, read a report i phonic 'acId and nitro .
I before the late meeting of the Iowa State :
te8as: eaHy.as March Too little Potash is ;;'
: gen. sure to result in
Horticultural which a partial
\1st take a" hoe and mound Society, in after declaring crop ,: ; .
the fallacy,of the prevalent notion failure .
jut your trees four to six / > 'i:

't t;her This will induce the the that; converse forests'affected of this idea rainfall was, undoubtedly stated that- 1 An illustrated book which tells: what Potash is, how it -- .': .I ;','

eggs high up in the should be used, and how much Potash a well-balanced _: \
ld maintain this ly, North America, he said, is thebest F i : ,
mound.Taut"display"it .
fertilizer should contain: is sent free to all applicants. -
watered of all the grand divisions of ree :. { .
[ : go over Send address.: .
your '
the this .
and the
lace the,ground about globe, was cause of the ,
'
should that theAbout' Immense forests with which the pioneers GERflAN K\U WORKS,93 Nassau St.,New York. r. d
[ see ,
., the .10th in settlement found much of the country.
covered, This_ entire area, ha said, has I :
e ber ground you should 1evelin with'it. not been, and= never can be, stricken by Pear Blight. I| ]Education: of +.
!
iced at t the result. Many general drouth and famine. There never ,There is no,,doubt, this disease, is devastating I ,' .... ;
will be a season ,when the United States BODY : .
immy matter will orchards .in the .
parting shall many pear .
fail
with it'numerous ,to produce sufficient food for the South. In the U. S. Year Book for .'
Yet he advises the MIND
>people preservation ,
)yer this substance is 1895, PrOf. M. B. Waite says: 4 "
of the remnant of' forests with '
the religions The fort:
tree and.that tree will treatments the prevention of MORALS.
wen of the moth's influLthatyear. care, and the continuance of tree- pear blight may be grpuped under two

.'! planting persistently. Forests, he ex- general heads:, Methods which aim toput FREE .I--
TUITION.'L'
,ilain8r while they do not bring down the :
tinue to multiply in. re- the tree in condition to resist the disease -
dean orange worm and rain, are'yet great' conservators of moist- and those which are designed for THE .
i' introduction into ,Cali- ure when' it has once,fallen.; They cause the extermination of the bacillus. The

VV. Picfcstorie, a Califorg an even'distrihution, of the flowage, preventing methods under the first head must be directed FLOlUbA: :

in South; Africa, wHtes the drying,up of springs, wells. toward the prevention of rapid ( i t,
ACRICUItTURIUt
|Fruit Gr6wer as follows: and streams, checking injurious floods. growth since vigorous growth increases .
sions Groves of trees moreover, form belts disease. On acOOunt COIibEGE.a t. '
Mexican liability to this
oranges -
.3eri. ( to United: which mitigate hot, dry winds, and pre- pruning, when the tree is dormant; e'xej supported by grants from the National Gov- i ;_ aernment. af f,

hat ship found to vent'rapid evaporation. He holds that if : sive fertilizing, especially with nitro- All tuition free to all 'students ,./!;:'.
onefifth.of the land were devoted to'Umof from Florida Open to males and females; "":-' I"
or"maggot I believeck ber ganons manures; and cultivation are to Women board with families in town. Men 1,1" ;:
there would be
a.note of warning re- growth a greater yield be avoided. Where irrigation is possible 11 board at College Mess Hall for $;10.00 per .'J.f!
2r.I am too'far crops on the remaining four-fifths withholding water: will greatly reduce month. A most healthy location. College .l.-t
away of attends all students free of charge..r. '
and prophesies that in the coming era surgeon
fiat this, worm is, butCeralilis the disease.- .. Military 'discipline similar to West Point. ,k; ....
intense forests and
e citnperda,' a farming, woodlandswill The active means suggested for preventing Four courses of instruction.-Agricultural, ....
the fruit and deposits be important factors. Northwestern the disease is the extermination MfchanirHl, J ntin,Scientific and Women's; r-': "
g8 ,1
Lumberman. Superior equipment in Laboratories. Give : ;:'. ,
Its attentions' are not of the organism causing This'consists degrees of B Sand A. B. Fall Term opens '
to oranges but are direct- in cutting back a few inches into the Monday, October 4th, 1897. For catalogues

fruits. and even to the.indiof Tropical and Semi-Tropioal Fruits.In sound wood and burning every particleof giving full information, address

our country. It is a ter- the report of the pomologist, issued the diseased tissue while the trees ared011D1Lnt. 0. CLUTE, President,

[destroying frequently our by the.United.States Department of Agri. ., Not only must all pear trees ;ak6 City, Florida.

of peaches, nectarines, Culture, .'we-find the following under the be .looked after,, but all related trees, .

en the ,Bartlett pear and head "Tropical and SemiTropicalFruits since they, too, are subject to the dis grapevines."' Only let an American citizen -
,
Your government, should :" ease. Cutting out blighted twigs during who believes in by the
(vestigate this worm, or mag- The of Florida Which the season is also efficient in preventingthe government
orange crop was people (not of the people) see to it that
.get it California it will rapid spread of the disease;but only
into estimated at 5,000,000 boxes in 1894, was no prying eyes are around, and if he has '
i of millions dollars annual- reduced to less than 75,000 boxes in 1895, when all traces of blighted growth have no scuppernong'vine let him buy one of

while the yield.of, pomelos. tfhd lemons been removed, will the' prevention Hastings of Interlachen and my word for

) Orchard' Notes. was insignificant as compared with the secured. it he will soon have to find other manure .

numb crops of former years. .The growers, who I than wandering hogs for it especially if
of orchards' have never' were at >first very much disheartened by Hogs and Fences. I the whole community combine tn grow
faieverwilL The most common the disastrous effect the freeze
of were < word to the wise
If the lawmakers of ,Florida think scuppernong grails-u
arvation for the so
farmants
'average encouraged by the rapidity 'with which : is CocnoN in Southern Rural-
orchard little of their State as to make war on enough.- ,
or buys one the blackened hidden bv .
stumps were : :.
treating the land as i if such every settler for a few stock owners let it ist '
a new sprouts from below the point of injury '.'
be be known to the readers of the Rural- ,
not exist. He the s
trope
ground and have in the of instances I
majority : -
If millet is to be"grown for seed, it
ist that there are some remedies.
out of it until it is
)n or a'wonIs -
the of their
restoration
begun : should be mowed ,when the seeds are be-
First if man allows his hogs or
orchard lives at all any .
At the time of
groves. .same planting to harden and after day'sdrying
stock to-wander from under his care to ginning one .
: slow in into
trees
are coming the orange, lemon and pomelo is being detriment the constitution of the should be cured in the heap for
nil a crop of peach trees planted my
| pushed farther south wherever suitable
United States will put him in his right ; two or three days.
a the rows will live their short- land is found. It now seems entirely .
ring several crops of fruit, and probable that within'a very ,few years place if appealed to. The reason why it pays to start with

'the;way,before the apples,crowd these fruits will again. be" abundantly Second, the Daytona people after the purebred animals is because life is too
Jatly. The latter will protect'theees marketed from Florida. Meanwhile'the blizzard took' into their heads that this short for one man to take the scrubs and
while the peaches will check was a 'gov.ernment'of the people and improve them.
:
strawberry,' pineapple
peach, plum, grape .
when 400 hogs were turned loose there-
in the apples and induce earlierclaimed' and other fruits are receiving much abouts ( to eat the frozen The corn is at its best just at that

50.j more"attention! and a diversity of products ostensibly up I point when it contains the most sugar
) it is said not one of the Florida
_ that;,a pair of old ,birdsa *never before produced commercially oranges I and starch and the most woody fibre that .
afterwards found! I!
[ nest of youp will, in the process in that section the beneficent re- 400 was ever Again is digestible. This will be found to be '
100 other hogs were turned loose in that
**le day's feedmgd troy nearly is to
when the
just corn beginning
sects. .,Multiply his by the great sult.The limited number of, orange trees in vicinity but only eight were ever discovered glaze. This stage it should be cut at for
again-and four.of them had gath- '
of insectivorous birds in '
r our Louisiana land Texas were killed to the the silo.
their bristles
shot between
id forests, and we can get an ered so much '
ap- ground or badly injured in February, -*-
that the word is, "the mcat was unsala-
ate idea of the helpful
protection 1895. In Louisiana the groves are being ble on account of the lead it contained." $100 REWARD, $100. :r

1 our agricultural interests.* rapidly restored, but in Texas sit is un- If the people of Dade county can have The readers of this paper will be pleasedto
the fact that tobacco stems
i con- likely that orange growing! will again be freedom from this'bug-a-boo why not the learn that there is at least one dreaded ._

Jhorio no small acid per and cent potash of nitrogen, attempted on a commercial scale in many other counties? This one thing is cer- disease that science has been able to ;

excellent food theye years. tain.. There is going to be a lob of pig cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh.
an plant especially The pineapple yield in Florida the killing i in the near future unless someguardiai Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positivecure
and fruit
ardeu crops. Their price 19minal. state which this fruit in
only produces known to the medical frater-
is appointed over them. It was now
It is
a good to mix
plan commercial quantities, was reduced to constitutional disease
laughable to see three hogmen hereabouts nity. Catarrh being a -
)mpost them with horse manure. one-half of that of the
about previousyear constitutional treatment.
requires a
lately driving a BOW and ten pigs
advocate
docs one that
any apple but the plants have so promptly recovered the of'that bourne whenceno Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
'should be: set to ? beyond range
j grass Why is
and the
newly planted area so the blood and
mu-
(hog), traveler ever: returns. An- acting directly upon
cultivated and fertilized
eyrnot just that the largest yield of this fruit
destroying
great other man has some scuppernong vines cous surfaces of the system, thereby -
orchards
and lemon ?
age Farmers ever produced in the United States may in their fourth and 'BO the foundation of the disease, and
thriftyas
neat trouble and expense to plant reasonably be looked for within the next now year
'irchards and willingly cultivate to elicit the surprised "how is it giving the patient strength by buildingup
year or two. done?" of the beholder. The reply to a the constitution and assisting naturein
til begin to bear then
,
they ex- of the ef-
account
A
comprehensive its work. The proprietors have
doing
lover of "government by the people was
to them
keep
ture tl' producing fects'of the freezes on various tropicaland as jatisfactory as it was unexpected. eo much faith in its curative powers!,that ,
Lilly.the semi-tropical fruits grown in Florida offer One Hundred Dollar for any ,
"Thar is about thirteen hogs planted they
lender, branches peach tree form is not and pruned these may bev found in 1895.the Yearbook'" of the, I I round every one, hogs get_inside,here case that it fails to cure. Send for list Y:
for
Department sometimes and they seem to get eomethin of Testimonials. Address'F.
their
\fruit mainly at uter ends. '" .'If
3 "will carry much more fruit if '- 1r fc". "" -- i that makes them die mighty suddin. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0. ;

distributed, and will produce Subscribe for the Fruit-Grower; like and then I plants them around the I Sold by Druggists, 75c. '

,

... ,
.
I '. -' .
J -
.-L: .ti .
_
.
.
.
'. "" ,,;:.:.,.::1,!'. ..;,,._.; "-...... ......_.,' '. !. '...'">I/-" .v: : ". c'f' -,

.. ,
,
"" .
'T

I

3

.wL -}.



.t u.' .;;: t.l; a,?. ,

.
b4 *
.
I 4Jt ti ,

,
..,
.
i .' : :;.' : .' _654, THE FLORIDA 'TABMER AND. PRUI -(} OWER. All
Jl '..'J\. ea7I
I nMti-: I .
i
S
; '.';.;1 \F= Florida Punier, and' Fruit,-. Grower.; c9BITUARY. 'f ever met and talked with Arthur Manville The: Pear Crop :a ,Penn
"- *"* .> withoutthinking: better of the human
I? ._.'i.is" ': 't A Weekly Newspaper, published' at:16 Main. race'. He .wanted every man tothink plo.

: Streef,lackaonTilie.Fla.TKBMS ,' as ,well of himself as'he thoughtof The luxuriance and fthe
Arthur H. Manville
." t him. Japanese ,varieties of

F .. -.. For' 'One" Year .'Of .SUBSCRIPTION.......'....'2.00 From the home of his mother, :Mrs. tHeir drawback_ int;the ever-pr _

.,. ...: .t.' "For.Six,:.Month....:..........- ;....1.00 E. A. Hill, at Orange City, which he Two dency to blight: So great
,'. In Foreign Countries.......................-. S.oo sought at the beginning of his illness Experiment Station Bulletin' the ravages of this plague at
"\ l''\. \. ..Subscriptions in all cases cash in last spring, Arthur H. Manville passed Bulletin No. 39 of 'the Florida Agricultural in certain sections that
),- .advance. No disoount allowed on one's over to the other shore.; Experiment Station is devoted haye-given up in despair
': .: Own subscription(except commission in a club! ),but will to He came to,this State from Illinois to Strawberry Culture for the their pear orchards to go

all agents a liberal all subscriptions cash obtained with his parents over twenty years Market and the Home It contains In the stimulating" h
allowed on
.. be
.
p' ,; by them. Write for terms. ago, and.at' the time of his death was thirxy-nine pages, which are devoted of( the far South all dare '

To every subscriber, new or old,remit- forty years old. As a boy, at sixteenhe entirely to a,consideration of this top- subject to.misforti.
: tinjrua $3.00, we will send the paper one began to write articles for the old ic in its practical aspects, touching scale: on the trees,.roty
'" I year and a copy of Rolls vegetable "Semi-Tropical Magazine," which attracted very lightty\ on theory or science. It This must always bless '
Growing In the South for Northern is based on twelve actual
subscribers considerable attention, and years expe- extent, but there,
For two new
Markets;post-paid.at $2.00 each, we will send, ever since, as a prolific writer for the rience in strawberry culture.in Flori tion in 1beabounding'productive: '

a copy of Moore's "Orange horticultural press, as the author of a da. capacity:of
.1 Culture. formal work on Orange Culture,as the Bulletin No. 40 is a brief.circular of voluminous yielding anthe

Rates of advertising on application. editor of the "Florida_ Dispatch," (now i information as to the fall army worm grower to overco

i1'! should be made by check, the "Farmer and Fruit Grower,") and or Southern grass worm, which is now the soft and perishabl

Remittances note. money order or registered. as a prominent member and officer of in some sections of the State, laying the fruit by proper ferti
postal
letter to order ofJMBJTEB the State Horticultural Society,he has waste grass fields especially crab.grass. LeConte and Kieffer_ ,
v AND VSVII GROWER been recognized as*a leading authority It is recommended to the farmers to almost as cheap as corn!

,. Jacksonville, Fla.CONTENTS. on all branches of citrus fruit cul keep a sharp lookout for the earlier most as easy to, raise.
\
.!' : I : ture.; He studied and labored to broods which are less numerous and man'is not a.necessity'wa
.. make this science destroy them by1' spraying with Paris little
.' ---.:. a as well as a prac- shading'and a':
"'." .,Working'of the New Orange Tariff.......... 546 tical pursuit, and to him perhaps, green and'water. Where they are'too and cultivation the gro\

"":.i' GROW' AND Graded.OCHAM by>the-Florida'OrangesVarieties Highest Authority -' more than,to any one else, is due the .thick they ,will have to be plowed,un his own trees from ct

: ." ;Questions on-Budding and Pruning., 547 fact that'Florida oranges' are grown, der.For knife is at once- the t '
A! 'Pecan Trees-Cutting the Tap-root; Potash graded and packed in a more system- either of these bulletins, ,which and the lancet for blr
.' .: and Oranges Dropping; English. Ideas. atic.manner than in any other coun- are sent free of all charges to '-citizens. grower plant every yea'
i' on Orange Culture;. The Silver Cluster try.' ,He was,not satisfied with anything of Florida, write to the Director of of cuttings and shade i
...,.,.... '
Pomelo Texas Pear Orchards. :548
1 ; the Station
> Experiment Lake
less than the most thorough City. pine boughs by the fir
Single Trunks,Best;San Jose Scale.;....?.... 549 ;
workmanship and the ---.*.. ber if he has
.' FARMER ,AND' TKUCKEa-Sel: Strawberry: most 'elegant managed we
y Plants Early;Melon Sugar; Strawberry finish that could be achieved in every State College Catalogue.The shoots wilt) stick out 'all
Notes South Florida.:....... ...'. this brush '
Prom i. ;: 549 branch of pursuit. His percep- catalogue contains arbor at,the top. If}
proper
: The Carbon Bisulphide Treatment of Seeds;' tions were acute often his colleagues 137 in the bearing orchard i ii
; very to which is added the text of ,
1;. The Danger Side of lightning Rbds...., 550 pages
could not follow him in the cutting and
burning
POULTRY-Roup in Summer;;Green Peed; certain statutes, making a total-of, 152. ,
subtle distinctions which he detectedin blight, he has some fresh
Making a. Selection; Why liens Do NotI The typographical work and paper are
: Iay;Removing Sitters;,Dust Baths;Care I oranges. creditable; the ''proof-reading leaves with which to replace them
During Moulting Time .................. 551 i Socially he was the best of com- somewhat to be desired. Total en- .Southern orchards, especi]
OUR RURAL HOME-The Tragedy of Crime GuaVaI; ;I pany-gay, witty, full of anecdote and rollment for the year 197; about 140 orchards, on account of

i Pears Redpes.and...GrapesGuava,.......;.......! .Paste......;........ 55 repartee full of the latest and most in in actual'attendance May 24. ness of growth and their Ii'
Horticultural Notes;Orchard Notes;tConscr- jteresting information on a multitudeof Cadet regulation No '35 is as follows .. .various mishaps, are apt ''t 1 ,
vators pf Moisture; Tropical and Semitropical topics, ever ready for an argument : "The hours for bathing will be : rather untidy appearance! ,
: Fruits; Pear Blight; Hogs and on his favorite themes.An omnivorous so arranged that all cadets will be able from the orchards pf the Nort
Fences.... ........,... u.....i.u..n.; 553 reader,he remembered u the newestbrightest ; I to take at least one bath a week," the cold weather buttons up si
EDITORIAL-Obituary-Arthur H.Manrille; and most piquant of r tight. But this need not inter
Two Experiment Station Bulletins State points which one bath, as a minimum, they
;
.
his and used them all in terially ,with profitableness.
readings .
+ College Catalogue;The Pear. Crop a Permanent con. are required to take. The bathhouseseems
Staple............... ..?...,... 554 versation. to need enlargement, or more tal year's shipment of 5,500 ba|
Tricksters at Agricultural Farms;Markets.. 555 Though himself a man of elegant hours given to its occupation. We pears from Monticello it is star
Weekly Crop Bulletin ........?.?.-..,........ 556 and luxurious tastes, he sympathizedwith they netted about 80 cents
find
some for this in the
compensation
I APIARY-PatinentQnestiona ....;.........,. 558
Phenomenal Strawberry........,........... 558 the laboring masses:'of mankindin fact that no scholar is required to trees, while' on about 4,009:?',
Getting Rid of Stumps; Fertilizer Questions their struggle with poverty and ad waste anytime on GreeK and.some. shipped from Lawtey the n
Answered; Sugar Beets in the South;. versity. 'f'I other !medieval rubbish. Tht:y are instructed was about $llon the trees. i
'. While Grubs and Cut Worms; Railroad He believed that all men were in in solid learning English ticejlo {he profit per acre \Vat
\ Policies........ ..................0 ... 560 tended by the, Creator tp enjoy at t history natural science, horticulture, ,, about.$20, while at Lawte

Weather in Jacksonville. least' a comfortable share of this carving, mathematics and physics. at least 40. Probably this is toS

'I Week Ending August 541 1897 world's goods, and that no man is i I The cadets are taught to stand up at the latter place the trees gentstand

-1 i,. S ; poor and dependent so much, .through I straight, to do good target-shooting, to in strawberry beds and ret
.' S: : III --I' = his own shortcomings as through the obey: orders, to live honorable and better ''fertilizing, especially with, J
; DATB..i p oS = II ...aAug.18 and of He ash. '.
110 )J ; :i( wrong tyranny society. manly lives, and every cadet is required
- -. often took a heterodox position Prof. F. W. Mally of Texas
up ; to memorize the following sentence ;
.....
: 80 78 90 75 15 79 .01
.
doubtless it did the LeConte is not the favorite i it
though not suchto
.. 19........ 78 16 95 76 19 77 .12 seem :
.. 20........ 80 81 90 74 16 80 .40 him been that the Kieffer
it was
having led 1' trees no
.. .. 21........ 77 77 91 6IJ 23 7' 1,10 up.to by The best time for a.cadet to have his ;
.. ....... his brilliant and two to, one.Ve do think tl
,"": 22. 74 8J 89 71 18 76 00' own wayward fancy punishment and demerits removed is a not
:'_ .. 2Z........ 78 80 84 74 10 79 .00 .
Though a native of the coldestNorth true in Florida. In the rich !
4' .. 2.4........ 16 84 90 75 15 80 ..00Mean. motnenfs reflection just previous to committing so
- he was eminently a'son of the Texas probably the LeConte
au
So the offinsfor which he would
..........
,8 90 73 17 78 023
South-full of sunshine and buoyancy. lie reported:" more from the blight because it I

f Total T-Trace.rainfall. An affectionate sen and husband, We note with interest that a cadet't ranker than the Kieffer anc

'.- ,. A. J. MITCHELL Observer. an indulgent father, he 'believed thaa I uniform of, "Confederate gray of ex sotherwise. less resistant.

child, at least one of gentle blood,.! cellent quality," made at Charlottesville Professor Mally takes a ch<
Many orange growers have allowed can do. no wrong. Though may appear i Virginia, is good ,enough, with view of the blight pest; At the

thcir seedling trees to grow out againwithout wrong at times, all its seem ng : careful usage, to look well for a year, ing of the Texas State Horticul]
; .. budding and these appear, to follies and errors will purge themselvesout and costs only $14.95. We hope thatFlorida Society at Belton recently he sAi i
:: be the first to produce fruit Many white at last, and all things will 1 will soon be able to manufacture "There is blight.in the orch '

experienced growers, however, saythat work together for the'upbuilding of a : as good cloth.as. that herself. the coast country but it givestie <
IS a sure sign that the trees are sound character. He.wanted his children 1For. full particulars as to this admirable concern. It never will b<

r. diseased and will soon perish, a statement to do as they pleased, and whatthey i institution, send for a catalogueto. ripus. The'vital energy of th..
w. which seems to have proved correct did was right in their father's I the President State Agricultural in that. section is sufficient toj

c _. ,in many instances, the symtoms' eyes. I College, Lake City,. la.. come the disease, and'or
..1 being bleeding of the tree-Florida But he is'gone and his sunny presence I tacked one year will of them

Philosopher. :will be greatly missed. No mlrlh1IIiL an I Subscribe for the. Fruit-Grower. without aid, throw off the d-
\
,, :r-
," .' .. --ii-'..,',
.,,: ; .':- -' '. ,. .' i 11" jif s.

,,: ;. :". .. .. /-" '

.. ,,' ,'- .{. .' "'-';....
-


w

w



"',,. ,:'. rr.f"T.: '. .".." .,t:'... ,"...}...........,...... ...,... ..... .,.. ''"-, ",..... k
.+< :.. : : ,;: V ",. ,,,-- ,'- ... .,. < ,
;
r > ) ..
..
>on .s.'" ..4-.1" f.r- ; : 7
1" )"j. v ': .1' 11'
'A"y l;, -.t'J.JI.:, :f\\L) T y
'.p
,
..' '.' :. \' I .
: ,, _, '
/ < 7
,; "':JIfA" ....'., :'II"n ':,. .= .',..;tv555'ancl S.._.T:':' : ,

3.
A. -
'
.c JC'
have ieen:J3jediseased *... ESTABLISHED I 1874l; "A", '' >'."' ,
: por : '
Markets v : ;
: \ .. L -: .\J.;
ugh ,offraiidthtr: wound, heal > .
-
'
$eely, ,JOnf, .must:; study 'the' ,: Conducting a legitimate banking business'f. < ..
-be*'Y.)le'!tgi tiecognize condi. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Aug. 27,1897. '
,upon .strictlycommercial lines. \ :
pjjbf i { untlotiiftincss :and. ( further, toy FRUITS AND PRODUCE. :.

'the remedy _"III: the trees ,areLm'ayflorous Corrected by Marx:Bros. i

: ;!healthy condition, I These are average quotations. Extra'choice THE FIRST .N NATIoNAL BANK.OF FLORIDA
"atbeileve tnat-bliglif will everiVjmenaceJtKe lots lots fetch selllower.prices above top'quotations,while poor :

l orchard." i Guavas......:.....'......................75 to 1.00 ,
PearsLe Coate..7..n............ ',(,
'.. 'ie) i Pears, Kicffer ............... ................1.25 1.25 _-AT- 1-t.JACI .
I
I Apples per barrel.... ,.......... ...........3.00 :
rs at Agricultural Fairs.erandi4u Grapes, crate...... .. ...... .75 to 1.00 SONVILLE,. I1'T..A. '- '
Pines'I .,0n.............__..t............... ..2.00 : : .
Grower: : Lemons, Messina,....;...........box...... 3.50 Solicits the business of merchants, planters and fruit growers .: 4',: .
English Peas, dried............... ...;.... .
r.t large:numbers of people Peanuts best brand....... ............04 to .05 All accounts have personal attention. Drafts on Eng- ,"' ,
Cabbage. N. Y.................... to .o8
is .0'1
s's ,of persons usuallymake Potatoes ............. ..........bbl.........'.2.65 land and the continent bought and sold on favorable
aiiyjog by deceiving Onions ................. ...... bbl.... ......3.00
: They have schemes and Eggs.......-_........... i-doz...........18 terms. R. c. COOLEY, Cashier. .
JAHES M. SCHUHACHER President.C.C.Robertson .
.
imerable. that appear to be VEGETABLES,ANDPOULTRY. J

[simple; but in reality they Corrected by Davis &Robinson. .

difficult'and: ra some cases fellow,Yams, ..........__....bush .50
Sweet Potatoes, .......... .... ..... .45 to .50 RealEstateFIRE '
e' ,io .:successfully perform; Hubbard squash. ;:.............bbl 1.50
e wheels and 'machines that Lettuce .... u........:._.doz: ..25to.30CeleryFlorida
......... .:.... none
red to:turn as the proprietor all Plants.....................-bbl..1.00- to 1.50 .
'to'make Tomatoes, ..._..........crate.... 2.00to INSURANCE AND .
them. have 2.50
: They Sweet Pepper.. ..... .;....._..... ..glutted .
:headed negro dodgers' toe Green Beans.......v..,...... crate..1.50to3 00 HOUSE RENTING ACENCY. -:
: Pumpkins, ........._. ......each to
( brutality in men",and boys. Kershaws,...,., .... ..-'........each .3.5 to .10.10 .
've tented, shows which are Parsley ......._..per do*.bunches ..30 Hogan and Adams Street, "' J Jacksonville Fla. -!:
Green onions,....per doz. bunches ,. aDo ,
in coarseness and vulgarity.g Pepper,hot.... .............bushel .25 #
-
Sage well cured..............._..lb .50 a general Real Estate Business. Special l At- : '
the .25 .
throngs at Agricultural lIen..__._..:.......,.. .... to- t
ese 'leeches, are out of place. Halfgrown.,12 Roosters..*.-...-........-....-_- .20.25 to to..25 30 tention given to exchanging property. Very large '>.

ntribute, nothing helpful br ? ....._,. pound .25urkeys and "
per gross .12
Jljey do not ,add to the atof Ducks....,...._.......-._....... 30 some good speculations can be had now. ; .1.
Geese. ......._.................... :40 f. >" '
the fair.. They. do not Leeks ............perdol bunches. .15 Money to LEND on Jacksonville Property : S
cable do not Radishes, ...................per doz .30 Only .
patrons. They Cucumbers...... ..........*..cra1e 2.00 to 3.00
e gate receipts. Spinach ............. ..per bushel none Q'tfange GfoVes Timber Tracts d i
Salsify ..........per dozen bunches none ati ,
ly are not patronized by intelli. Cauliflower.........._.......perbbl 500 .
patrons of the fair. They areanted Turnips,..........................bunch .03 Phosphate Popettties.
Florida Honey.... ...pound section ,10
[ by honest farmers. They New Potatoes.................barrel 9.75
nned ''with fear by Squash ..........:: ................crate i-oo F'ARl\IS. 'rEL PHONE" 184
thoughtful Melons "................ '. ..each .15 .
Because of ,their presence, Cantaloupes..- ..............bbl.-- 2.2510400 \
the' fair is Lima beans...............'.....at<< .10 to .15
not patronized by
: bf our best citizens' families. SITURTIONS .SR URRD FOR 'STUDRNTS.MASS .

ie harm accomplished by these Some ,of the fishermen down the

vited fakirs would doubtless sur- coast have hit upon a plan to beat the EY'S .
\ us, were it possible to gather and new fish law, and it is said to work ,

e i back tq ther'door:all the results most su successfully. They merely go ,.'

f their work. They distract the out.at"'night,, hoist a torchlight; over

ught, they: divert the attention, the boat and wait for the fish to j jump

;y destroy the interest the real in, which they do with amazing rapid

'rk''of the fair. The competitive ex- ity. As soon as the fishermen have

fibitions;,the meritorious displays, thearding enough they put out the light and .

of prizes are all robbed of row back to the shore. Jacksonville, Fla., '/ I

e undivided interest that belongs to Columbus, Ga.,
te and 'which the proprietors have ,

re" "day.and night to develop. 'Birmingham, Ala., ,

he morals of the country suffer QUICK WORK, I Montgomery, Ala. i-

riously, 'we believe, from actions and .
In selling and paying for Fruits and Veg-
ids that, without warning, are etables shipped to us is our motto. WE THE GREAT SCHOOLS OF THE SOUTH. ,
,audiences GIVE GOODS,,SENT US'' BY GROWERS .
rung upon inquisitive FIRST PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVER CHEAPEST AND BEST.S "
tent shows., BUY OURSELVES. They are protectedby ;. .I

We'are glad to, see that a strong our a dollar.40 years Enquire experience as to without our standing defaulting Send for Catalogue, .Address Nearest School.

effort.is being put forth this season to and financial stability which any bank or
merchants having mercantile reports can .
$eepTese objectionable features out verify-then. try us-WE BELIEVE OUR <
TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL AT Do not be imposed upon, but be
METHOD Send
tHe I < WILL SATISFY YOU.
the and attitude of
,
;ol grounds
\ your name for our quotations. Stencil and sure that ticket reads by The
managers is encouraging; > cards free. Letters promptly answered. your
.. NASHVILLE, ,MAY ( TO
E. B.Sometime .
.. .. FRENCH & CO., OCTOBER WESTERN AND ATLANTIC R.R.,

116 Warren St., New York. 31.
a number of the local I AND THE NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA .
ago
ESTABLISHED 1855.f The building and grounds of the
cigar manufacturers and tobacco dealers
AND ST. LOUIS R'Y.
,
Tennessee Centennial in numbers and
,
( : satisfied: that nothing would

. be of more, service- ,to them in their architectural beauty, surpass Atlanta's, between Atlanta and Nashville.
'
'. mutpal relations than, a tobacco ex- Bradley Rcdfldd. Eugene D. l dftdd. and nearly equal Chicago's. The exhibits -

change, and steps were immediately ESTABLISHED,1871. are all ready, and area interesting For sleeping car berths, or any information

\,, taken. 'to establish such a body. The REOFIELD- & SON,, and instructive. The live stock about rates, hotel or board-

I'':.temporary fOme'days ago organization with M. A.was Montejo made as !I Commission Merchants display excels any exhibition of the ing house accommodations in Nash.

president i and Samuel Payne as secre- -AlfD- kind ever, made. yule, call upon or write to

Itaryj;; aqd yesterday afternoon' a'sec The Midway is great. C. E. HARMAN, ,

nd :meeting of those interested was Fruit Auctioneers The"Western and Atlantic Railroad, 'j'. ;

.eld i in the. office,of Andre. Jurrin &: :
[Sanchez, 'at, the old La. Hilda' factory 141 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa. and the Nashville, Chattanooga General Passenger Agt., Atlanta, Ga.
.
West Tampa ,for the purpose of f We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables' St. Louis Railway, run solid vestibule SPECIAL NOTICE. The round trip

arminga. permanent organization.atnpa.Tnbune. .- either at private sale(which has heretofore been trains with Pullman's finest $ sleeping rates to; Nashviletare) cheaper than
our custom)or by the auction system (recently *
,
J from Atlanta Nashville. at home.
to staying
I added to our business)M you may desire cars, ,
"-

..... .
0r;. 't ',' -, ,. .

-*.'_> "..;.'.....,.-.:'.. -- :.,-',,, .,lN ,\, ,:: ..

'"-' I. ... .
... 4 ,
., '



r
it- !

:r-



..
.
f .

.
' .
.
'556. THE FLORIDA '''FARMER' AND FRUIT-GROWER. '. AUGUSTa

.
---- --
-N
'
\
,
.: .[.1_.-;= -WEEKLY. CROP'. BULLEITlil., In view of the large crop of velvet The machinery Lake City's proposed .
t''"'.'.'* '"?; "' '- .. 1 beans l raised'here this year the Florid tobacco fair-has been overhauled -

:::,. 'WRWEEK'. ENDING 'MONDAY AUGUST : Iron and Woodworks are putting thoroughly oiled ,and 'put in 0

; 23, 1897., :in machinery to hull and grind them motion. _The enterprise has been

and extract their oil. The corn sheller formally launched,, and now let's all

> GENERAL REVIEW has already been used"to hull_ lhi take hold with a will 'and determina- .

Cloudiness to excessive rainfall i in a crude way. The 'works build iontto make it a grand success. In
characterized the conditions over the large numbers of coffee hullers for espouse to'a call issued by Capt. A.

Western and Northern, districts forth Mexico and South America., Experi- B. Hart, a large assembly of Lake

week, which damaged 'cotton severely ments with these machines prove that i City's representative business men met

in someplaces and delayed all they are well adapted Bulling, the I in the court house ,on Tuesday evening -

farm work. Cotton is opening freely,, velvet beans, as the coffee bean and last to discuss the proposition of
but is inclement tobacco fair to be held in Shortest Quickest .Host AROUT.
picking delayed by the velvet beans are nearly the same getting up a ,

weather. Peas, pindars, cane, rice size. The huller is not liable to crush this city October 2)th and 28th.- : : .

and potatoes continue to do well., A the bean, and the draft can be adjusted Lake City Reporter. -

very limited portion of the Northern to separate the hulls from the beans Since the curfew ordinance has FLORIDA POINTS BETWEEN AND Tl

district, and a portion of the Southern Experiments different parts of the proven a success, and works so satisfactorily THB

section of the State would,be benefited country have ,shown that the beansare would it not be a good idea l Florida Central and Pen]

"by more moisture. No county, equal to the best commercial fertilizer for the city fathers to adopt a "cow- ,

however, is suffering to any great ex when crushed or composted.' fewer" ordinance, prohibiting cows NEW THROUGH ROi

tent. Less rain and more sunshine is When the dense mass of vines has from running at large in the streets ? New York to Jacks*

needed over western and northern, been plowed under the following crop There are entirely too many cows New. and Florida Pennsylvania ington. SouthernNorthern B., R.1 ]

counties. has exceeded experience of the roaming around town "seeking whom Air Line. Columbia Peninsular, Florida to all\*
Citrus fruit trees in excellent condition settlers.-Apopka cor. Citizen. they may devour." Besides being a points in Florida.

<<; and there is much activity in the Of course everyone unders ds decided nuisance, the sight of so much Cincinnati to HariiCincinnati
,
tion by Queen &
southern and central counties ,in pre- that Florida's climate is most favoredfor loose stock running 'at will on the pub- 1 Harriman Junetto

paring for fall gardens and planting the relief of lung and throat trou. lic square and streets of the city looks Asheville, & 'ern yllleand. Railway Columbia,' an

tobacco. A ,great impetus has been bles. Its equable temperature and bad and creates an unfavorable impression Jacksonville. Central&Pensnsuh

given the latter industry by the very the fact that there is never a day in on the minds of strangers J bia to Jacksonville.Cincinnati to Jacksoi.

flattering results obtained from the the year when out of doors is impossible visiting us.-Lake City Reporter.The Cincinnati Queen & Crescentand

spring crop. A significant increase in for the invalid, makes it possiblefor beautiful lawns of St. Lucie Florida}ette nopga,Florida, Southern Cent R';
the area planted will,be noted. Showers those from dark Limited. sular to all Importa
: suffering pulmonary afflictions grass are being damaged by e. points.
were beneficial to late tobacco ,to'secure the fresh air so green worm that appears in great 'Kansas City Foi
plants and vegetables, such as' cab- Kansas City Memphis R.B.to Ki
great a desideratum. And South numbers. They, eat all of the tops andJackxo'vllle Sou
}to Birmingham'
bage. turnips and celery. Florida has absolutely pure water. off. Paris green is being freely used Thro' Line to Everette, Fla. Ce
Taking ,the State as a whole, the Peninsular to all Fla.
These; is no slight trace of any foreign with fair results. The worms do not ''
Louis to Jackson
weather was satisfactory over the matter in any of the lakes or wells, as seem to bother any other, kind of grass. Short Line to Du I
greater portion of the central and Holly. Sp'gB 18t. "Central to Holly]
the chemical analysis shows. This, I There are also great many dark brown Koute. City, Memphis
southern counties with much rain
,too think, all physicians say, is a most worms on the palmetto trees.-Day:; J mingham to Dirmln'
'
and cloudy conditions over northernand R'y to Everette and F
useful factor in rheumatism, and on'e tona; Gazette-News. Sioux' & Chicago '
City
sections.A. .
western which must operate most beneficially i Centuries people used to fear. Bonville. 111.'Cent. to"Sp'g8.K.C.M.&B.
ago, Holly Hp'gs "
J. :MITCHELL } to'
on any afflicted with this painful mal- what they called the pestilence."Black Route mingham, Sou. R'y to

...Section.. Director. ady.-C. C. Packard in Toledo (0.) Death" was the most terrible ette and the F. C.;&P.Loule'ille .
& Nash'ille to 1
The new pavements that St. Peters- Sunday Journal. t thing, in the world to them. They I New Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. 0
One day last week vist To 1 route with through eleeJackeo'vllle
paid to
we a feared it as people now fear the
burg has pUt down are of phosphate, between New Orleans .
and are l laid for a width of sixty feet our new cigar factory, owned and operated Cholera and Yellow Fever. And yet ; Jacksonville.' ,
by E S. Hubbard. :Mr. Hub- there is a thing that causes more The J.I'. C. & P. has 700 miles of track
in the center of the 100 foot streets mis-j Florida running through the
that are among the chief attractions of bard manufacturing his own tobacco ery and more death..than,any of h Tobacco. Regwnt, '

the town. On each side of the phos- and had eight or ten people at It is so common that nine-tenths of'all Htocle Pcacn Farming and and Stf'awbmJ1.Lc11U1 Dairy Section,,, <

phate belt is a ten foot sidewalk and work, sorting and grading his product. the sickness 'in the world is traceable Orange, Banana, hate Belt.and Pineapple Countrj/i]
I am not expert enough to,know what to it. It is merley that simple
room for ten foot grass plot, ,studded com- Hat the Silver Spring and
the quality of his product is, but it mon thing constipation. It'makes Other fine Scenery,
with shade trees.-Tampa Tribune.We The Great Hunting Country.
certainly looked all right, and,I could people listless, causes dizziness, head- Beaehet the Noted Tithing! Ground,
do not believe there is a pinery not see how its growth could be im aches, loss of appetite, loss of sleep, Has the best lands for tillage, greatest;
in the state that has been more; care- proved. The leaf thin smooth' ety of.soils in the State, and above all
was foul breath and distress after eating.
fully put out and is doing better than and elastic. The ground on which it The little help needed is furnished, by Runs Where over It Is the High Central and Healthy.Rldgelail 1

Mr. Stetson's. The enclosure covers was grown is heavy pine land, with a Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. One Prosperous towns fill its route and'it ole*
one and a half acres and contains the best freight facilities for
13- foundation and any produce I
clay surface soil
deep ; pill is a gentle laxative and two a mild the Northern markets. ,
104 plants, mostly of the Smooth Cay- such as tqbacco experts have con- cathartic. Once-ed"always in favor.If Send also for the best map of Florida (sen!
enne variety. A few beds each of free) and note the towns on its route. '
demned. as wholly unsuited for its you are careless enough'to let an A.0.MA.ODONELLG.P.A .
Golden Queen and Envil City are be- growth; but If'' I. am to judge by Mr.Hubbard's unscrupulous druggist sell you,something Jacksonville,'IlaThe .
ing raised to furnish the so-called fan-
product our soil'is the best on which he makes more money, Fla.. Cent. .& Peninsular R ,
pines but the main reliance is '
cy there is in the state. It used to be it is your own fault if you' do not get : .,
placed in the Smooth Cayenne. The stated that soil : Offers to Shippers
our was wholly unfit well. Be sure and get Dr. Pierce's,
first lot of pines was set out last March, for orange culture; but the.fact developed Pleasant Pellets. Send 21 cents in 'Tie ,Shortest and Quietest Routs
and have made a remarkable growth
that fruit took the
our prize at onercent.stamps to World's Dispensa.'
BETWEEN
and quite a number of plants are fruit every exhibition 'and brought the high. Medical Association N.Y.
ry Buffalo, FLORIDA AND ALL
Those in and POINTS IN
ing.
,planted June July est price in the market. "
and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 "
seem to have already taken hold and, of the pudding is the eating.--Fed- "Common! Sense Medical Adviser page" 'THE EAST -AND ,WEST.
are looking well. One noticeable With Improved Ventilated Can this com
very eral Point item io Palatka
Times-Her profusely illustrated. is better equipped than ever ever ,to
feature about the whole pinery was the handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops and
of the DeLand ald.The insure close connections and prompt despatch
evenness plants.- Sup- live progressive farmers should The Tallahasseean states ,that a case to all Eastern and Western Markets.

plement.The visit the tobacco farm of the DeLand of discrimination has already been carried ,Through oars destination' with '

pear season is over and has Board of Trade out at Stetson. The before the Railroad Commission.Robt out Perishable change freight or delay.followed by* wire and

been fairly successful, over 2,100 bar- visit would indeed give them positive Gamble, of Tallahassee, pays shippers advised time passing various.Jane
Uon and arrival at destination.
rels having been shipped this summer. : assurance ,that money can be made in the F. C. & P. $9.60 and the P. & A. All claims for overcharge and low, Drompi-
Dr. H. H. Walling was the largest growing tobacco on the pine lands of $21.60 per ton to haul his ice to Ma- ly adjusted.

shipper: with a record of 747 barrels. Volusia. This was simply an experi- rianna. The P. & A. charges the See that your goods are m 'rked '

Wm. ?\Iaierfeldt and son, with 482 bar- ment on the part of the Board of Pensacola ice men 'only $21.60 per viaF.C.&P.R.B.For information

rels, come next; Charles R. Miller had Trade, and it has,proven a success beyond ton to Marianna, though the distanceis : call on or address' the nnaenignea -
H. P. Hall and others in C. Be TAYLOR,Tray.,A'gt Ocala.:rIa.
400; no, expectations. From the five twice as great as from Tallahassee.Thus W. B. TUCKER. Gen.A' 'tOrlandoFL
;
smaller lots to make the aggregate. I acres there has been gathered from the Pensacola ice men have an G.K.HOLD IN.Tray A,gt.'LeeabufLl'la
Orange Park item in Green Cove. to pounds.-DeLand Re- of : : : W. R. FULLER,Tray. A.'t..Tam..pa.'I'la.
2,000 2,500. advantage $9.60 a ,ton freight over. Or N..8! PENNINOTON namo )JIf er,
Spring. cord. the Tallahassee factory. Jacksonville.*. I
-- W ,H. PLKASANTB, General Jtilgft At

.
I ':, .
.# -.

.. r," '''.j( ., s: ., "-'' .-.... '... '.,, ,_.........'. ...... .01... ..' '
> ,-' T,,Y ; <'it< :;0.::"".,. '.. ,f 30""b. 'MiI.: '?-":"',r.'.? _.6.>,-..-: : -,":'T -' >".'.,'''1 1''r._ .' .'11I-..... w.'wf." '

I ..,
I




,



"l--,..' ,.. .. '-.3' ". '.f-- _0"", d..",' 1"-" .,...
"
'
.
..
'' .. < .
fr-rf -"I...*&
.
V"
.t .,
.
w'to,..1k .

f ,. 1t
,, r_ .. .a
r.
"',
': 0.)J ." .. ..' .
: ,' : ) ,\ J. ;:; ".',""""'. "E .,. .,.;.'. .vT.. ".' ': -r-' <... ......... -.'..r. ,""4...-., ..''. I
't
:r ...... .. .. THE 'tftORtDA PARMBB AND ni Jtom.. ,.'. ,:.._ :.',. _, :.J'.r-: "657 iSaCOSTA ', .. '
0I "' : --0 :,_ ., __'_ .... ._ '. .. ..
,' I, 't .
,
J t
'
: f PRINTING: '

) e .' '.. .: : ,.
,
;, .

.< .
3D C'OMPANV: :
," "
.f (. '
,
< '
...' '

.. .
:. .
: \ '
- .;.......".:'... <.': .n ..., v,,,,,' ;" ';:. ..'
.
'-'Y.:, : ..: : ,'*,.I ':"f.,0. 16 Main I Street.t u. ,. '.
,'" '. -: ';. !' ." f....:.' '.. ,.,... :-:.
{ '
-, ,". ..t. ,-' '.: -1"r_ .
,' -' '.... .. r' ..,1-,' ;...,' -" 1'J'.t, <:
1 r
c; ', '
;
.4r:4
\' t." Aw .- 1 r
.. '.' .. -:i'; .r "
'
.
;.{ .
,,!r, '>;. '
'
:. .. 1 '-. .-!
a
.
_. g O "v f -
WVAAUfNW .
OOQW wg '. ,;' '\
'tl"
,. .tlT .: '.
,
s ;
FINE .
PRINTING ,
,", 4" f.
'
I ,. .: .",;" .
-, .
"
j -
eeeeeeeoeeeeeeoeeeaeeeoeeaeeeo. cseoeeeoee aeeeeeeeeeeee ,"' ,.4:f""I ::. .
:
.. ,
.. ,. .
: .. ,'G.'' t t
'
,; ".'\:'; -,
.. '<.y. '- ,,
'. '
>:ir ;
.
l -. .
a ,' .. '\''\ .-.. X-, -, "
.
;
; ( ': .t.
\ ., } "
". :
Quickly n'd' Promptly Executed.i: JI .f': : '


... -,
.. ;' \
..' 1.'
., ,".'.; .1 .
f ,_' !:. .. .. .
-.:. '
: \
1 ;
:< '
... ..
: ',' r ; "
I.
Ii I '
I ; T
f If I o.
,
1 ". t .


)t HE 'I" +E BooK SToRE ,





*., ,
N01:18. Main. Street, .

.
.

3FingStat< : .o e :y, .Books, Etc. Eveiything desired '


,
'< '. I


.. 'r '. nor .the. Office. ;; ,

"
.., .
'

'jti jf'i jf'i i : : ': ,hTht-T1Hr+ LATEST AND MAGAZINES.I '


IJ .
'r 1

r.( .. .'.
':


1 TH: NEW, BOOK', STO E.

f'!"to ., '..,.J'. .{'r. ,, .
,


2'f: ::" .1 C. Wi, e DaCOSTA. Manager,

." ...

1
If
.
1



-aeSteS- -y. 'Yin.**" -- s.
?, *'

., ,,
'
.. .. 11 .. -

"',.,' .
e k )!! .0il' ;-
< yi
r .

-..' '\ ". ,< ...,....'.;.l.-'t..'"1!J. _" "' ,V_, f.:. ,- .":".'-1.,' .' .t"'... "'.J.. ,. ... .....,"..'.._ _" ,_ ,._. _".. .. ._ ...-."_". ,.-,',_,_\. -.,. ''..,'..' 'J'" ,.." ... ."",.'" T".' ''',,,: R
; <
App ..- ...::;y',:1 1':..55'8...... .... <.'>,. ',>- ,1 ., : \. {: .. ":" ; -THE. :FLORIDA- PABMEK, 'AND" .:FBUIT3BOWEB.-.'" ". -,._, ._', : '> AUGUST t28 i '. ,:' rt

... .. .
: ,
: ;1.- ''$ Tl or; -""
"' ;:
,
t ,.? : : WINTER HIPN The Phenomenal Strawberry; '=y r
r'.. : NURSERIES UditorPartner and,PrnttGrowenI ,< SMOOTH CAYEJ'P I y

: consider the Phenomenal straw: "]I-N :EA P P -L r
-Oft'er '
of' <. 'their Fine Stock. :of :OITRUS. ,TREES'at Reduced Prices. '
..2' : f' i n i'i berry a much b tfer,shipper than the ., ,., SlJCKEilS.' :

rrjr -t'\: : \ Parson Browns Ruby.Amory.J'a1r; Bloods, St. Michael, Jaffa, 'Wash. Navels home Cloud.anil equal to the Newnan. ':For; !J: F.,ALLEN,(, '- "Pike Castle"'
-, Tardiff Villa use the Lady Thompson is hard
? > Dancy, King Tangerines, Franca Lemons ,. -
f-5';. k'e' ,Triumph, Marsh Seedless, Thprnless.Silver.Cluster,-Pomelos.i to beat; but the Phenomenal is the The, 'Hart, Pomelo,'' -
o best-colored berry and the best sellerof Specially recommended by ther..
.
\U/* At $25 per 100 f. o. b.,1, cent .off .500 lots. ture committee of the Stato Jlorticiiii i ieioty.Buds
; per ./ on any, either for home 'use .orto. SI.50 porhundred IJo.OO

. ... ';.:-. :: All trees are budded low on rough lemon- stocks about 1} inch diameter. Buds ship. C. rL'WARD and 7--15.: 0... .Chuluota, ,Orange PIiILIIIPS Cowh3,00,000

'_J t' 4"\'"to,6 feet high,first class in every respect and guaranteed true to name. Winter Park, ]Fla. .. : .

:1' '-.';.. Address-' RICHABD' KLEMM, Winter Haven,:Fla.THE ....... / Choice sTRAwaIIRRY p1antol.'ume1\1 t Impto u.

') t Mr. U. J. White, of Hastings, has Lady Thompsons, Clouds:, Ho '
.
; : harvested his crop 01 oats. He had' Prolific.Seedlings: ,Orders Tennessee filled promptly Markets .*...." .

t' sixty acres in this crop .this'year, and best. R. Puddy Lawtey, Fla.:
,
LAKELAND NURSERIES. seemed a novel sight to see a McCormick CAMPHOR SEED-I am bookil '

self-binder cutting grain blue for September seed from delivery.my big,]
here. Mr. George Leonard shipped Keuka, Fla.
'
': WE MAKE A SPECIALTY'OP SEEDLESS
* s CITRUS FRUIT TREES.
2,875 barrel crates' of -
r 'r. MARSH POMELO .(Seediest),. JOPPA LATE J, ,ORANGE (Seedless),: TAHITI LIME (Seedless), cabbage bring. 300,000 STRAWBERRY PLA-1 x
ing him $3,6oo.-The Homeseeker.Tax ,
I ORANGE Seedless and Lady Thorn;
,
SATSUMA ( ) EUREKA LEHON (Seedless). Indian
River
r vigorous plants. See ,; / 'j C.. .JSC. MARSH, PR0 ,RIeT R. Collector Boyd's books show for prices. C.H.Ch chll1.Lawtey,.
:
that the amount of taxes,, uncollected u

'. ':" ORANGE, LEMON, LIME :AND POMELO_ TREES. this year, as shown, by the total.tax; PHENOMENAL:- thousand, 'STRAW plan| ',

..\./... ..:,Sond'forDescriptfvcpatalog11Q'. ., LAKELAND, FLA. sales was $3610.97 as, against 5381. wonderful variety also Lady Thomp
.,.-. v 62 last yearwhich is reduction of proved Newnan'.v Write forpricei -
a
Strawberry Gardens, a H. Ward,< k ,
about '33' per cent.-Bartow Courier- ager;,Winter Park,Vial: -
,> daily ,i if the colonies are handled Informant. \
,.,. 'fLpiQlltf. much the ball HIRTYTHOUSAND'NURSERY
.. ."". by beekeeper to the T
1 ..;... '. ". H. T. Felkel, of Leon county, will eluding: Seedling Grapefrut 5 3
and off small of Also ,
r queen gnaw a part awing Hart's and Valencia Late, Oat
-
s; :: ':" '- and this be carried far make one hundred bushels of Spanish lines Budded Grapefruit, Pineap 1
B "'' may so I Lemon, and a few Seedless ,GraBrown's
'f .: "I':" <" ..;: Pertinent. Questions.' as to prevent her from flying. I peanuts to the acre this year. In and Enterprise Seedless "s
P t lMi;;;:f the fall he pulls up the vines and Grapefruit stock 5 years old. Bti
Question: How often should the Question; How long'after the eggs stakes. Trees very fine and sure tc
\ rrft combs' '.changed in a,hive? are laid before the bees become work- cures them for hay, and packs all in as to quality and price. Write UI.'* ..
.
his barn. When he uses them* in the & STEPHENS, Lakeland Fla.
:'tf ;I',Answer: Formerly wad a custom ing,bees? >i BWi BV V M.MWV Mfl BHBM H B a
.jvx '' Answer fall and in the winter the tops are fed SMOOTH CAYENNE ,CHARLOTTE'I ti
about
and is
probably:still in some : Just twenty-one cattle and the and Golden Queen P].
places, to prune the 'combs annually, days after the egg is laid the young to nuts to hogs. Plants,for sale, at Moddo>>ark Pinery,
I unsurpassed. ,Address ORLANDO I
that is ,to' cut off the lower ends of I bee emerges from the cell, and in re- The guava marmalade and jelly factory $ FRUIT CO.;,C.S.VanHouten, Orland ,

the broad :combs to make into wax. atit1.becomes.a working bee at once, !. of Mr. Gardner at Myers,,is kept &-sou. > '* .

But it is ,not practiced by those who or it commences. doing housework, busy and is being enlarged.. The 'FOR SALK--' Smooth Cayenne and! -
with the times. Some the babies and product of the factory is finding ready and Slips. St. Petersbur -
are up espe-- feeding cleaning out pIe Co.,St.,Petersburg Fla. 6-
cially in England, claim that new: the cells. But you :probably mean sale at Key West, Tampa, Jacksonville -

combs should, be built'once in about when it commences field work or and other points.-Ocala Banner. You Should- See

four years. The'reason given is that gathering 's ores. Under normal ,cir The Commonwealth last week con' Those ,,3.000 two year King buds on ., =

every time a ypung-bee.is' raised in a cumstances the bee becomes a fieldworker tained a notice of the incorporation of year. W.stocks.FOX,The Villa most Lake profitabJeorange.C. Nurseries, FruJ. '

cell a thin lining is left, by the cocoon'of when sixteen days old. Add "City Beautiful Bridge and Daytona Park, Fla. 7'3, : '.

the bee, and in ,time the cell will I to ,this the twenty-one days spends Electric Railway'Company, proposingto S&TSUMATREESandBudwood. Buds '. __. -

become so small, that' a. full sized bee in the cell, and you have thirty-seven construct and'maintain a'bridgeand Express GLKN ST. MARY NURSERY thousanc(*

cannot be produced But this differ-: days as the length of time after the railroad for transportation Ii of persons PANY,Glen,.St.- Mary Fla V, or_ -' i

ence seems to be only in ,theory.,. It I egg before the bee begins to gather in and property from the railway MW- *Fine aM BMMM WMVW Nursery MWBBM VMVWMpap.: Stock.MW M :

is true that a very small addition is the field. station in Daytona to City Beautiful Citrus _:
For next 60'days'will sell Pine Nurse
made to the cell each 'time a bee. is Question: How, long "after the and Seabreeze by bridge, ,and Ormond, Stock at large discount.! Send for price .i v ::-z=

raised in it, but this addition is' madeat queen is hatched before she can go to a distance of twelve or fourteen miles.,, Fla.VILLA LAKE NURSERIES? Fruitland 7-31-t

the bottbm rather than the, side,. l laying? The incorporators are Charles P. J
Plants froin
Pineapple
and the bees build out the outer edge Answer: The time varies somewhat Carver; St. Augustine, Fla., and C. C. 500,000 to variety. All; orders3 larg&per/ : _

.. of the' cell wall to correspond. If you do not find ,a young Post; 'and N. S., Dayton, Seabreeze, small[ given. careful River. attenUon.,Fla.IHave JAMES. .HOLMenson.Indian S-sg J =
So it is that most beekeepers do queen laying at the age.of two weeks Fla.-Da'yiona. Herald."CENTAWORD". : .. .
.. .0 Them.
,
not have their brood combs renewed consider"
you may generally : e is not --
,
''' considering an old black comb of a good queen, and may never lay or COLUMN.. and 40,000 6 year fine stocks.Orange I want and to Pomelo sell 29,000 Buds in on next "T

more value than a new one. I have if she does lay her eggs will produce RATES.-Twenty words name and address 60 days,by discount. VILLA LAKE NURSER_
one week,25 cents; three weeks 50 cents. Noth- IES. Fruitland Park,'FJ]a. 7-M-tf
combs thirty years old that seem to only .drones. This, of course refersto ing taken for less than 25 cents. --r
bees If the, season the Advertisements for this column MUST' .be .pre :PLANTS, Schnadelbach' >
produce just as large as ever. working or during paid. STRAWBERRY: ,Nunanj, pet ID00S.do.

you give the bees nice new white honey flow, for it may happen\hat a Send no stamps larger than two cents, JULIUS SCHNADELBACH, Grand, Bay Ala.J.
combs and old black ones side by side young queen reared very late in the Initials and figures count as one word. Don't You r

they ,will use the old ones first, either season may not lay till the next spring CAMPHOR SEEDLINGS 8 to M inches,now send for price lift of all ForgetTo the leading,
for rearing broods or 'storing honey. and yet do excellent work. Generallyyou transplant.. $s.oo per ico. 'T. K. tiet of Citrus Trees on .,sand ,stocks vane-!
Godbey,Waldo, Fla. ,7-1-3 Discounts according to size of orders. .
The old ones are warmer for winter. will find the queen laying when, FOX Villa Lake Nurseries, Pruitland Park C., Fla.Wl]
ing.* she is'ted' days old, although she may I CAMPHOR SEEDLINGS "pot-grown 7-3-tf. _
.1
Question: Why is it that some begin a day or two earlier. log out;$5 per to hundred 10 inches delivered high ready here.for.plant* DO YOU WANT SOME ABAKKA" PLANTS] ;

times when a swarm comes out, the Question: How long will a queen 8-21.3 JESSAMINE GARDENS, ;Fla. maturity satisfactory? If so, write in point to Cyrus of size W.thriftiness Butler.and St."Y.

queen bee falls to the ground, it beinga live in an eight-frame, hive? Jessamine Petersburg, Pla._ 7-24-3 6.

first swarm? Answer '''The size of the hive has STRAWBERRY by PLANTS-improved clean culture in the New-sun. WE ARE' OFFERING CITRUS NURSERY *

Answer: In her usual condition nothing to do with 'the, length of Reasonable prices. C. L.' Clark; Switzerland, at bottom1 prices. Choice stock H!
Best varieties, true to name, and ,
during the honey season a queen is so the !time'the queen lives, except, it be Fla. .. 8-21-3 treatment. Write for prices stating square your'A

heavily laden with ,eggs that she is that, in a very small hive a queen 1,000,000 Strawberry Plants; three best improved ries wants.,Draide We itowtu can please Fla. you.Established!Ph nix in 1888 Nuts&-

utterly unfit,to fly, but at swarming would lay fewer eggs and live longer. : varieties; Clouds, ti.jy; Newnan Improved ,;
"" $r.oo; Rising Seedling, $t.5o per>> 1,000 .
I
time she stops laying to a great extent Most queens live two or,three years. r.o.boo Plants and packing guaranteed R.II Need>Money, M
J
and becomes light enough to fly. If But there is no fixed rule. ,I have Smith,,Lawtey,Fla. 8-2 1.6 Therefore,I will sell my large stock :;oro"lJi:
I and Pomelo trees at low ,
prices
very All the '
"# the workers should hurry up matterstoo seen .apparently good queens super- CHOICE. STRAWBERRY PLANTS well and. popular varieties o-Or iC end'Join
Properly packed at$ thous trees from 3 to 6 fretJaigh.fAddjss for i
much for her ladyship, she might seded when only a few weeks old andI Oros' rtict
and. Special prices on large lots. : filled lars W.,K. TrimbtyBraMectowH Ma. J? -'
be too heavy to fly and could then have had'queens'do excellent service promptly; John P.Tracey, McCleany! Fla. i _

only fall to the ground. In some when four years old. Some have reported 821.3 FOR 8AtB 390 acres.Excellent Two Leon county for stock farms raising 480 acn an?

..cases the trouble might come from .queens six years old.-Nation- Pineapple Plants.. tobacco Fla. growing W.B. Clarksonjacksont

the queen having imperfect wings; al'Stockman. and.Farmer.Subscribe''for ,. Abbakas QueenSmooth' Cayennes,of best. gr,4.t.

for it is not a very unusual thing ,for .ee quality; true to name.' Grown in Orange HARTS ,LATE ,AND PARSON BRa : N

beep. for some cause' or other espe S the Fruit-Grower.. .J'to ,.Orlando, Orange'on. application.- Co.,'Fla. Dicklson" 7.31iiiiiiiiIiaI.AIres I.*3tfV, *and: W.Ends.H. MANN Write,for Manavine'prices ets.- .

r > :..";_' .. >r-,
'< '-.f.
... r .
.
'a;'. '...,: j : : ",. ...,' ... '. .., .' ..,. ..:. '. >,,. '.. '
o '"of. "- ,'-' ..-'' "' """, ,-.. ", .',-'b- .'fif'7. ;'l,"."" "-s.... -.v.1 l-. -.r"<.-1-;; .01",' .......d.?t,....

.
.

.... 'io ,
,, k r +1
_
S '_ 4
S- %5

",



., ., ..... 'S! *; 1 r 7-r -5 5,- >- V >'V>*'**i*** ,- -
: ..;..-" ',. _1i .... .... .1 ? iJ.! TlKtSSr *
.. -. .*'** ":'it:'" *l/1 iJ ,.t : pjp'' i $*
r
: *
,"'.. l .,.;. ..., ." Ij.m>:V',t .*4(JRrf iV**" i'J" : 't-f.arlrt' l'. f"Y', .. ...-':- .,' / .
.: .c' -., ""'X"t>',;::. '. ;.- '. -0'..... '.* ... ....1' e' *V*
J .
.' : '. .
.
"" .
'b. ,..f''i. I a s r .tsT' > {' :J
? '" .' 'fi 4., '" S., _/ .
*
tfr. : fof: *." t_? '. ,
*
J .>*; *
[f/ >*' ..' -. '
,
'VJ .
II;! ; '.." .-V -.. 1,:.. *"! .':::
.. .
jo
.
.\. *". ';. ... .. ., ', '. .J.- .
"fetH .. .' "" .i "\ .
"
,, "
fl.- .
: : : : ; M*. ,. *-,'i14. % *, :. < .i .. '--- .- '- 'J" .. ..".. .'jJt.
T > >
: .
,,tJf'lcIttTtJ/-: ,'.J;t_<. .....,- v/;..;.t., : .' .'/

' / r r ., .. -
;
a
..
3 ;; :
.
,
STEAMSHIP COMPANY ..< -.. .

..
'

n Olin i 1I4 i. .. iNNi+! 'f' I'

.. .".. "

1- .;' .>(.; ..... ',>, y
.
.. \I
.11.< ."' "+ '. I
O4rn 4: 's

Ih e -

.
\.:.,.. t 44p' .Ii 1'III '

:l'- ? ,r / 1NI ?iJ ,
,-w---
"
___ '/
I
':: HINTON G'i; : '"
:11; T. JO., Savannah", ;. ,

'
wiling Dates for -July,..1897 :_ '
._ '., ."

,ANEW YORK TO ,SAVANNAH.v .. ,
". 34,Jforth RJver-S. M .T %
v
'- .. ......! .. .' :... ......:.... Friday JulyS % ,
!.:!...".........!.............."-.1..t ,....... .r.. .........Saturday, July 3
......"....3t.,...!......4d' ;.t..f"O..............,.,.,.,......Monday, July 5 '
.:..:......:....".. .....".."...".! ',........t,? ,.. .:"" .... .'...Tucsufty. July o : 414fe,11 .
.....r..... ....:.:!......,.t.-' .,,.. :....... ....... .....t.;....\.1.% ...-Wednesday July ?
im ,....i.... .!...... ....,....j.:........ :...... Friday July 9 t
..;. ..H :.....:...,:.........,......:,;. .. !......:..duly. 10 r
;.-;...,...r....... ..:. :.-...Monday, July 12.
'.'.".,.:.?,1... i .,> ....'*.. .t.**.. t.\.*!*.*-.t. ***.!.....*..."k, v...":*.. Tucsday. July 13
.................\......);....,... ::.:......:."...?..,,Wednesday July 14 .
:N,.. .., l. .,:..<.'..- .;.'... .."..Friday,July IB t
aai.......,1..1,..,....'..;:....,"..,1 I,.. ..:...:..; t. '",..Saturday, July 17 4
;...--:........::........,....:..t..u"f...' ........;.. .......Monday, July 19
::..,.:...., .. ........ .., !Tuesday, July 20 '
.........!..: ............... ..i.. ,j.Wednesday July 21
................ .,.,..c,.' .Friday, July i:J SAFETY! COMFORT! QUICK 'TIME! LOW RATES.tFine : ; ,

SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. t

,Central. (00. Meridian. ))Time-as below. at Cuisine and Service.. No Trant/ert Between Jacksonville. and New York '. .;i .

.....,....,....' ................... .... .... .,..............Thursday. July 1, 600am r.
.......:.........................,t....... ....,...... ......Saturday. July 3, 'lOOp m The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New, Steel Steamers: } .
gbam...... ...,. ....,........J. .. ...:........ ?......Monday, July 5, 1000am / ,.til. .f>
:c:..:....::........!::,.;.:. ,..h .......:.......:......;......Tuesday July6,1030am 'tatab1 : : .
t-.:.;.r...!..:... ....:..:.:...."..}.....:..,...:....U!.. .:.Wednesday July 7, 12 noon Comanche (new), "AlgonpD Jn "Irnpois; Cherokee e// :;
I........... '''i'.;.... '...... "", ,.....: ..... '......!...//4 Friday,'July9,1000pm
'"........ ... .,.. .:Il.,e.t'!.r.''h'?' :'', ... ;,,,".....Saturday July 10. 2 00 p m -
........,..........,...:.....*...'....t..;::....................Monday, July 12. 4 00 P m .. .44
gham:1.: ........V "<' ....-........:. '.'.)...,*. "...Tuesday, July 13,300 y iu 'i
I .........if.......;.'.u,,>;..i,.ff'.. ,.................Wednesday,.July 14, 500pm NORTH BOUND. ', / ;
.C./1 t. ..:'........,.-...:........ .. .,.Friday, July 16, 600pm 'k'
.... ......... ......................: ,..-..... .........,.., .?." ..,.Saturday.July 17, 700pm Steamers. are appointed to sail according to the tide. :.'. '
,e..1......1:. ........ :.. .i. .:+..,... ................ Monday July 19,1000am .'"
." ..............................:.:.;:........;...0.. .,..,...... Tuesday, July 30,1100am From i ACKSOllVILLE ,FLA., (calling at Charleston ........SandaysTueedaysandTharsdaye. : .. ,,:
ngham........:...................*....."...........,Wednesday, July 21,12 00 noon From. CHARLESTON, S. C., ...........,..*............... .. ......:'Mondays' ,:Wednesdays. and Fridays S;;
.
.'.,....,.,.-..,....."'!",..; .. :.<.".". .t.. ..,..t......i..Friday, July 23, 1200 noon :
: : For hours of sailing see "Clyde Line Schedule of Jacksonville and Charleston. dan paper,.
YORK ',' ., '
NEW ( TO BOSTON.; / ,1

'k; ; SOUTH 'BOUND. : f
,
,Pier.34 North Rirer-4*,00'P, M. \ '. :.

Macon_ Captain Savage, leaves New York on following dates*: f ,'Steamer.-are appointed. to sail from I'ier 29 East River,' New York at j p.m., as. follows* : ...

r.. ,,Monday Thursday, July:, July 5. i. -Saturday Wednesday July July.17.21.; .', CHARLESTONS. S. C.,..._............ ......:......._......1...Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays :., ::

'Friday,July fl. Monday July 26.. :' .... *' For JJICKSOIYIllE, FLA., '(calling. at Charleston) ...'... ...._......Mondays..Wednesdays and Fridays S, ; "
13. .
Tuesday July __ Friday,.. July :30. :
f Macon. wilt. handle freight only: not carrying passengers. ; .'. y
.
"

BOSTON TO ....NEW" TOBK.: .A'LewlA' ./,. : .Clyde New England and Southern Lines : .i' '
'Wharf-2 P. A. .' ;, ,
'
[of Macon. Captain Savage, leaves Boston on following. dates: .-. .: .,J.: "
Saturday July 3. Monday!'J1.11Y 19. t ,. Freight Only. v '
Wednesday July 7. Friday July 23. : ; 1"fi:
Sunday,July 11, Wednesday., July 28. : .. .
,Thursday, July 15. .' '' Calling at Charleston, S. C.,both ways. "? :: .I
of Macon will handle freight only, not carrying passengers. ? .1

i attantlon of Vegetable and Fruit Growers is called to the fact that complete and Stemers "Delaware". and "Oneida." ". I" J. i E
ventilation.is afforded> for protection of perishable .freight ,' .
Are appointed to sail as follows: \,
"
.rd from foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Prom I.ewis' Wharf, Boston )
BOIIRS. ESTABLISHED J87B. J. B. BOURS, FRIDAYS. FRIDAYS. )


WILLIAM. A. BOURS & CO. :;t.a?

CIlVDE'S, ST. JottnsnnlEn L nE
{

in Garden Seeds, and Fertilizers OE BARY LINE. '..>A" j


Jacksonville, Paldtka9 Sanford, Enterprise, Fla., and Intermediate .

.a WMZ' BA2 ST., JAC1 X ONYXLLB, ILA.e ''
Landings on'. the St. Johns River. .,;{
: ':J
:Handle Only the Beat and Most Reliable See'da. A Oomple Stock of i The Elegant Iron Side Whetl SteamerWELAKA. .,....''. )y 1.
:;

.' Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal .. ; ..."'',*.\.";
y .
J CAPT. W.A. SHAW ',:35;:
.
.. u '.1' ,-;
\\t Cotton Seed, Meal, Both .Bright and Dark. t :: Is appointed to sail as follows_ : :. '1:"?:?:

fu" Leave Jacksonville .....-,........................... .........Tuesdays and Saturdays'500 pm.J.
r Art. AaENTs ttOl PURE GROUND} BONE Leave Sanford...... ...;...L.............o.....................Mondays, and Thursdays at. S oo a.m, -:


:jlllw; Fertttar Co. __ 4 NITRATE SODA, General. Passenger. 'and Ticket Office,204 West Bay St., Jacksonville.

'T Brand Fertilizers IB MURIATE OF POTASH .
W. H. WARBURTON,B-P. A., 5 Bowling Green; New York. \
Ai.Ai.78ia; H. H. CLYDE, Awistant Traffic Manager: Bowing Green, New York.F. \..
1D SULPHATE .POTASH, M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent,204 West Bay St.. Jack.lon1i1k. FU,.
'-" JOHN L. HOWARD, Superintendent.foot Hogan Street Jack oaville,Fl*.
Tw. .and 1. tabIB' ,KA1N1T) Etcifcrtfiteen > THEO. O. GEn,Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green,New York.

"rBBfTT.TftR.1 '. t., WM. P.: :. CLYDE & CO., Qenl Agents,
h Tt_ owp. iec lathe. market nd"tija1wnoou_ lna.aCaVlegw ..
'
t a...... -'"::'-.1.. : ',." "' ,.. b-".:.::-:"',t.. ..:,... ;. -' ... II> Month Delaware Arenne,PhlladclpU Bowling Green, New York.

""' : '' .." .. .; .
:: ]:'''i't ;. >- .
..f .._. .),; ',.... ,..:., _.;a: ... ..........' .... >,;.., ; : :" .' .' :. 'l't
: ..
: :
'
..; ;. >:. ; 1 >. '
.v, ; .. >. may.

4
4

.c



..r '.,- '). > ", ,; '. .... ; .,........ '. ->-.L ., '''''. ;:' : .: .',, \( :"...: : ';' ,, :...,;,l':;;,:<' "":. '.;o.. -: .. ,,, '\1'V;: '-.J.fr-. ,_ .h: '
'- -.' : ... :.' '1>-.1": -, .' ," '. :;."' "'JJ-.r. : ; "' : .w'i' < ""; ;; 'f ): 'f-h; : ,l. :
"':"'>;:' .""." ;- "0 ,' t.-' ,. ,,. ; "5. ., ";.. ", );ii< '"'A' _f Ei.\, y ., ,...:: :->"" '- ', '-," "" .. '" _' ., ...
: ,, .r .
'
: {.... ... ,, '-
i: ; ", .; ". .,. '" J" """ "Vl\" ?'" ";J-ok,..; .;, $:>\- -: ,1:"".""."... 'U. -r." I.' ""{' '':,'i'r" r. ; :t- J." ;+s r :s.. .. ;o.i> ";-: ..;. ,.... s
--- ',, 1: 'i \ i:; .. !' ) ,
;' i: : ... -,,? ; )"Fr: \ .. .. ;L --- t "- ;
:; ... "' f" ..' .. ,, '. ,} "It-'t"t '..
': ; ... ": ;r. ., "'-r3'r./: : ;- : : v. .. ,. ,",-e' i.. <;,
.
.:,.i'_._' WI i: -, .. ...;.... ( W=": .o"..," '_,::.,. ,;,:,. '".. J- !" = '. << .:'.A. : !.. ., 'i1..f' ..- ..,.. ., ..' ,
.
,
,;_' . ,' .,..-.:.;' ,\.." """ .. ...,.t.(JF1If",-., ....":'.'"'' g. .\ ,. t -" '" .. ;;;. .''-..' ,,.,,'!"'' ...; .. r. T; "'-
". ,,,..r "I'_. ....,4"... ."-,' :"'t..' .t. ,"A..".. : .. ,< ". ., '"J .J' &< 1. .. < '..Vi -
.. :" ; .. '" ...1 ... ,. .:&\>"".' >". <<" ..,....,. .> ,,: r 't.'lJi',. I.,...,,;. '" >, ''':-i. "'" .-,
; ,
:+ --4, : '. : ; ; Nj.!' 1t' 3" -r.. ;;' ): ..,. .. ,. .. ,.,, .- ,'1:' r" : .. .... ... : 'Jt.3..1" ;:
a s .
: .
.t..., j P..ff"V. :.':' ;/. ...,H .! --ci, l."t'. : .. ...w. :!..e.. ,1. : ,., {.. ..
., .', .1';.,f.' :.:: r!oZ".. '':'.','.',':J:''7'-' ?. ,tr- -:r- 1"$';<'>. .,..,.::: "-:.-'.. ""'-". .- '.",.:.t"'u'f.. < '-," -' ," J '_ \"'::I."' !<'<;"": ,. ,. :..' ', :'C' f' ..!. ... .M .;.'1..--ttt'g":; x
; H < Jr :
> .:.;,.< '; ., !Q fl ;. ri. .. .:1: $a Jo ., / l:: \ti _" hth. :FLOIDA.:'l! ,SAND :tJIT:091tOwo.:: _' > ; ':A :> :-. 5 _.f.
.
.'.. '> .' n.j'.; ,, .,..l';, ,. ".. '.' ') -- .... .. .. -- '. .
: .
:..cctl., ..,..l... :: ,\o, ;. ;': rriL'v ; ".c. ;:(,''' ? -m-.,. \- .1 .,': '!9., t .
i' ''' 1-.w- ;::.t'"o1.S, .. "<"" :'r-r-,; .iP r' '; < "
l-.tT 'f'I!< I. ". > < ',
'
'
:' "#: '1'.'I. 'Yt; "v: t.rt:.. 't'1: : : F asst vti. A
? B.4t\ '2 ; :; ',' \ ,
t" :
: ,
'1 u..- ""'. 4"j. ;
;I : : ;
;
; ji. .
> ; w.: I .
.
.
,'-.-.t'i;,-......, '- ,, --'.\.J t...'1.<{.:t'0'fYf":. ',-,,r;::t...-.:,'..', .,. .' 11 HEw ,?1 i -1, ..''). .. '. ."11:. .., .' u' -

.t i -r! 'Jt/ -' I G ; .. ,
,.
,
(_ ', ''''f.: <.::f\o -". 1 'f.4.
_
".'.",. 't,.<..'',',,_.r'r,,....'.\;.A'... ,./""'"....,'..:.<.,'......,qgty,\t iT)'+",:-".,.,c,",, -.....,-. ';,'_-.. J',....,. ,' /" ,;'.", ,. arf ; r,4 't s" '. .., ,- ,. i i.,, ,.r ..y' ,.. : T S ". .-.',,..' t,. I V

( 'n 'fi''i: \ t. "
t' :
"f \1 ": :''ftI \' ::- : ;:.' : : :' : ;
:
; "
. .
: ., ,
'
<- ; .
I! << : J'l:4; 1'f/F"'.. ', ., :''!.1.\it. \ '.. "' : -- "' .

': ; 1 f' ?:r:;>:, ;:;::x}r' THE 'FLORIDA F, ,Ai MER, 'AND ;FRUIT GROWER 'itf edited and conducted exclusively,by u% ,;;and;; experienced;!til1Ya < '

,' .. ., ,. ,., "" *f
.,; ? ./ ... l'- .... .' k. 10 .. "', .-; ir, '
;;- :fl. ': ; :1 live the'farmind' { : : I:' .?- : \ ',. ; r. ::
practice.what'they :
who'
: : ;
: k ;, on .,., preach. ; ; .. : .. .
": J "
.
k :S! >.41 .",,r .' ;" >, C -. ., tTHE
-,'...- r; 'I ''' ,, > '<. f .', .' -. 1 '
$ "
} "
'>t y : :' :: .. .: :pproA'FARMER: AND. 'FRUIT-GROWER' has on its working< staff: some/:df.the'most: distin'uislied* -a on.t

::1 '"i"1'v '
t
t -" -' / -
.t: {(1'T':tl: ;, : '" '; I he State-two, professors ''of the.State.Experiment,Station and the agricultural agent ;pf one .of he.o'chir lines of '!railway,wKo"is an.exp '
'.. """ .. .. *
I .
; ) .. .- ,
-
.
> ;.. ...' ,
.J. ..J. t'1, ..' '.'>..... t... .. ." .
,, :. I : I .. ,
.
.I ..-t 1Yi ".' fl ,growe,. r.. .. f. I ."to.. ," .oit... ',' .... -. ''S '.. '
1>"; ; "' : I : ;:
;
}. '.( ilj :;;.. <"/TpE'FLORli5A; : 'FARMER .AND ERUIT-GROWER has a trained corps of,. regular and,.occasional .correspondents. chi!

?.,,,.*xiir..-- .I ). .f:.,.>>,,,"''".r.. ...t... ':,- ....':"; .' .,,;, "".,.>,......: .,-., :" ,' .- \ "' -, :.;" "' ., .""... .,.',J -" "' ...... ... '/"' ,, .'

nt$ ...' : r'th brightest'i 9 dy; of producers in the wand, the c 'Florida orange growers. -1 '. ; ,
c. : ? : I'
f'l$ft.<; ,, .".; .":' '.,"'. :', ', .'...' ".: c' "" .', .'' ', ... '. .. -.. I,."t'o. ..'., .. .;.". :'k. -:... ..: "

;" ,'oJ.; ; "-.: ? .. THE;:FlXRnArFARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER stands, as the .champion of"conservative-American"soil-culture; ,


,;r. "j :cfje'dit;: and crop-Hen i systems; ;opposedto the sing\e-\ crop i idea for the :average farmer.". /.advocates. the production f home':supplies to the
t ': "* *
': ; f- '
,'" -. ; ; ; { \ v' \ v v.--' -r/ .- .- .*" *-Vh. *" *-/ :<\ < *;

r. ::'.k : *compatible,with :'that prime. ,object j ,.of all.good farminjg--the i creation of a, solid bank account'i* : .-' -. "J '

J -If *'w ,;'" % *

{",\ \ !:'::;. :' "" :THE .FLORIDA FARMER; ; AND, ,FhUIT-GROWER: : devotes itself to. the horticulture and. agriculture i : oif Florida, whirlirequtfementsandjfor : ,


+_ # needs and ;: }which:N dhernJarm teachings generally; inapplicable and isleading. i, ,\ ,

H;c( (.. ,.. .. 4.(, ,fl '" \ '
4.
r's; : {,c "..-. .'. THE''FLORIDA. 'FARMER AND, ,FRUIT-GROWER is emphatically, the business farmers paper: ,No other ,agricultL


t t ; ,'ry ;,F" State-1E's reaches so'many'tc eho! conduct their business .on successful plans i; who make money yit, and have money{ to pay for-what tney" K r

,.,,,,1.\ ,.. .!!\\Si.",",,,;if; ':<....,. ,!.', > ,', '' iS-y Js . *. > +

",' ,f I; F,\ t '/. .:. ., .' THE 'FLORIDA FARMER .AND FRUIT-GROWER, for these reasons, is the 1 best advertising medium. i .in'which to reach 'thL<

'," "": ....".. ''" ., \' .'. *. .", ... '' \ '" ' **. *.. *... f. \ ,, '' ,' -,: mfufai'classes II'v

.;:' :..';I c r; i;- ofAthe. State.* ::'" four *"cheap column"' is 'watched;by more, country people.than f any other_ : medium..t *.- ;:/. .l'-*, rv.'
.
t t
.
*> iJ jT -
? '. v' v ..
*
i
--- r i '!
'. '
-
'dr"I" v! ." ', -
,10'1"" I A-d. -. < > \ > ,. -

;, Pjorida'; ; -Farmer : aid, : Ertilt ';rGr; Qw. e

; .
.,
,\"; J' ; : l'._
F-: '..' ', .: 'JACKSON. VI'L.L.E',. FLORIDA. ,
.
t1 .ij ; I :I
.. ,. ..(. .' "" ,
.. -= --- .
I
'I l '
"
yI..;, + ,detUngRW. ,of".Stumps.iJBOOKLYN. potash 'appears'on the, market are mu ri- the sugar beet contains a sufficient percentage '- pricepaid whe'ri most ,of the
-* '\, Fla." ate:of potash; sulphate' potash and of sacharine matter to make the Florida were -constructed,r
.
.
it 1,-', DEAR SIBIn'' answer.. to John M." kainit, and sulphate of potash magnssia. growing. of the beet for the purpose of locomotives; conplifags} brakes,'a;

Summers, will ;JL. bave .a' book| that These materials are obtained from the making sugar profitable There is ,little expedients for cheapening and">"
-say:
gives the following'' way to get rid' of potash mines' at Slassfurt, Germany. prespect of'a sugar beet industry, southof ing the running of trains have;

'stumps. It very: simple\ and in-- Wood'ashes contain small quantity,'of the Ohio river, and wherever sugar troduced.
appears
expensive.: Let some of your readers potash, but they are uncertain i in composition )bane growing is practicable, sugar beet Still theapitalization! : ''rem
varying' from two per cent to growing is'not t. '. B me-with the Improvemen
it and report on .
try (
same.t I .
.
Yours truly, eight per cent. i 'Mi> .. iTo the corporations strive to coil
JOHN'L. PIKBCE. 2nd. 'Does not acid counteract it?' Destroy' WhiteOriibs and 'C'ut their patrons dividends on ,dc a X

.It. "If have acres to clear l of Since'the Stassfurt salts enumerated Worms. amount it now costss to build ;a

"' you one many barrel' of cheap black aboveare neutral,,they would, of'course,' the,roads. farmers'an man
'
,stumps machine, get oil t. then take an inch: and 'a not be counteracted by the acid; caustic Get .a bushel of bran, spread it on a are' obliged to carry to profit;'ai _

quarter "; and bore four holes in the forms: of :potash such as wood ashes door so that, it will be in a thin layer. account old discarded machinery iH

auger letting the stand would be neutralized by acid. Then take' a watering ,pot" with, a rose, cees'of cost of construction, 'Rai: .
stumps auger .rcaged
largest toward in ,an angle of forty-five de- :3rd., Does' lye drive, off ammonia,' as fill it nearly full, of water, to which add honestly and skillfully built and]

'you'bore eight inces deep then fill lime does?, enough common molasses, so as to color are'a'necessity for modern ,cition.
grees ;
the holes three-fourth full of the oil and Yes. the. water ,and make it''have a/strong .
4th., Whatcan'I 'lime with lowland then the bran to Their relations with ''their
tight. Pour, also,one-third of.:a ; .use on smell< sprinkle so as
plug pint on up in a. foot .circle and let its to drive' out sourness.and yet.have dampen it well, and, ,if necessary turnover should be on the'peaceful, pleasant] t

J spread,well.top, When done preparing, or a' fertilizer' ?' the bran with. a shovel. Then, if of mutual "benefit.Reductions .. .
.five days kindle your fires on.top of Hake an application of about; 2.000 necessary, pOn mote of the liquid. In cost of production t ,!
u say\ of burnt lime to the and afterwards bran is :. portation and sale the lines '
the and watch them disappear.'* pounds acre When the thoroughly damp- are on ;
stumps Ark., apply some muriate of potashas not wet-sprinkle on ,it enough Paris producers of fruits' and ,vegetables; ,!
ALEXANDER, a source of potash, acid phosphate for green eo, as to slightly color the bran, must .work..
I notice in your July issue,Mr..Jno..M.\ phosphoric acid and cotton seed meal for then shovel ,it over, ,and, if Necessary, tariff duties will enhance the j

t. Summers' letter in regard to the extermination !nitrogen;: quantity' of each depend; add more Paris ifJ'OOn-ao as to have the anddrive: the great mass,of consul
t of ,stumps. The cheapest method ing'upon the crop; to be grown.. Paris green and bran thoroughly incor- eating'other fruits rTral'jours V ;

., of getting them out is to bore a ,hole We (P\18t. the' above, will be satisfac porated. Let it"stand for a few hours, r \ <:

about one-half an inch in diameter and tory. Yours very then late in the ,afternoon, after sun t., 1...Wr: LlF

.t six or eight inches deep in the heart and i i GERMAN KALI Wogs, down, sprinkle, this mixture broadcast, ... ",
fill same with ,concentrated lye. This By B. Von Herff. % where you have the grubs, and in.a fewdays '
method takes time, but.it is sure; it newer New York City you will find few if any grubs The only way our small .and.ine:

fails'to.'rot them out-southern ,Ruroliat ...... .aU e.. You.: will find them dead on the ceesof ienced tobacco.growers can make "T
the business will be ;
; to iii
: "'-L ground, and if you dig'upp the groundyou
; Sugar Beets in the South. will find' "them ,dead< ,in their holes Tobacco:: .Growers' ,Association

,:: .i"' ., Fertilizer, Questions. Answered.' We. advise oUr readers in- the Gulf I also found dome dead cutworms. The their houR#iest established efforts to have and, central all --

'.: ',We acknowledge receipt of yourJayor States to spend little time and money in grubs feed at night, and.the molasses at- their crpps; ;;. thus Insuring a read '
I 12th inst in which ,of with the beet witha tracts, their'sense, of smell to the ,poisoned
,of the \ one your experimenting sugar ,ket, says the editor.of the Floriculturist
asks' about fertil ,view to,the production of. ,The bran.
"rreader8 some questions sugar. and he is about right. -:
.'.,', :t. we take pleasure in giving you center line of a profitable sugar beet Industry Railroad f ... '........ ;"
':l ,; below our answer in regular order: has been found to run throughthe policies. .
: when for hay si
? "," let Please tell'what, potash'is?; eityof,Sanduskv-on Lake Erie, and hope the. Florida BaiTroad Commig' Millet grow. i ,
cured C 1
r-<' Potash is one of the three essential ingredients a strip of one .hundred miles north and lion is iscomposed 'intelligahtjudida: : :as quickly> a&-possibfer ". V

of a complete fertilizer, ,the, south of that degree <)if latitude betweenthe men., Steel rails."and, rolling! stock,. the the coarseneee of 'the stems, the. x h
/'I r. other two are' nitrogen and phosphoric Atlantic'ana Pacific oceans ;', is,foundto great items 61 expense ,building rai; k .w'wen.if:,not. dried' till r theJ.b. .

acid. The commercial forms itt which be practically the only territory where. roads," 'now* cosijeas:: .. than"ooe-half' *the. n
f \ :
,\. Yfr
.
4 ..
'
.1a ... J 1y I 16
-
,
3 t
I 1Gx
I
1 w'i
?>. ?a;

\ +..Q i
= c
r.y v '
s3' 7 4 'ara -jr'
_

_