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UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00145
 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: September 12, 1897
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00145
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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%} Beaeft, Refiwe;;.Vtientlne anti Best of All,'$a 75'per:bushel. Golden! Wax,Bkcfe.Way.: and Ward: .
t1 :'.: 'weU,;'ffidney: per bushel,',lettuce;California Cream$s SO per::pound. .cabbage
} ::-' -j; "' '.|J oo to & oo per pounds 'A full line-of.fresh -aad:reliable Seeds as low.as first"claw Seeds WE'HAKE A SPECIALTY: OF EBDIBSS CITRUS FRUIT TREES.MAR5H .
T"; ''_ can be bought for. Georgia, Rye'.a d.Rust Proof Oats. For prices aid:varieties -- _
"--f-f :.write Catalogue Pto1orlda. .: .. POMELO .(Seedless),, JOPPA. LAID ORANOn_ T edlsss)? TAHITI: LIMB i(eedtelS).J<

,:iJ.; [SATSUMA. ORANGE-(Sctdlcsa),:EUREKA'LEHON, (Seedless), .
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:- v Boonc'a Burly and- Centennial,: Jaffa. Mai of ca;'Ruby Blood .Stark's' or,Enterprise Seedlees'Plneapple r4 "- : r < .: r rv.

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< \- to.:.thelround)t: :Bndwood at all tlmea.. 'Prlcesreasonable: : :); '.Prompt: 'attention to core (
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ff 'V* "* -jT 7-';* 1ECANS, '** *- .Stock; The,trade supplied 'Orde ; now: for'fall. ahipment. ."
t, V Fr@ia jhe haloes trees in Florma.. .3Cobey making-Early Peacbea. A full line of Pears and
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r. Plums.' Delteleue" ,. 1duJborraloe- titan bear four montta. I: ;, ,61UM11 T 1 D.- PIERBON, Montlccllo, Fla.,

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1 recemt Mid septa eur loath or_imallor lot.,
an Products a tef.GAJUJIlft! oacsAiU AIBt --,

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-V lOUD, 60.;poand .lots/and less,..thaIi.100.at: :!21. CMTS KRTOUNB ; V V ..,to Winter.git establW1ed.bdore We=mean: es : _

.pooDd tote and above; SO:CESTSTEfc:POOKB.. __ : / V Peda1ly.PotOreWR ; iufacturera ofBU1LOINGi .
3f' cUe6llY. drou trt-tt>of;crop'for forage and' prak. Welrav@ 1 Stock and Cttru,- Seed ..
V a&rFI'COM'r.Pr' the White AIM BMrarie4ie ; at.10 centa'per paek tt' 99 cents V lor:CHnis lit.ands Aannal ; MATERIAL' ,

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.EXCELSIOR REFUGEE, BEJ\NS'Packet to cents; Pint 2a cents;!,_ {1 Hastings' White Cucumber" Paoketb acute: Ounce 10
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: 35- cents; Peck. 11.00; ct cents; 3t Pound 25 cents;
BwbelWHXWARDWBLL'S |3) Pound 73 cents. _

_ {. KIDNEY BLACK: BEANS Packet.''lO' g L1JTTUCD.Drumhead, White. Cabbage and Florida Header, Packet 6 cents;
cents' c ; Pound 60 cents: Pound.lJQ.8 ) .- .
,4Btz cents ;;Quart cents; Feck: 11.25; Bushel $180.' i ()
DDCTS: 'Eclipse, Lentz, Extra Early Egyptian; .Packet 3 cents: Ounce 8 cents;' ::0 QEh1UTTE B.E' RM'U' DA. ANION. Beady aboufOct. 1st., Packet ,

: : ,.! x pound 15 cents;.Pound 45cents.nOpouodlots.notprcpaid.f3.oo.' : g ,E Ounce$ cents ili Pound 85 cents, ; Pound $3.00; 10 Pounds 6 cents 127.60.i X Ounce 15'.cents, :"._ ; .
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r CABAOR'SEED., $ 13 PE A c:. John'L.-Everbearlng'and Home Delight. i'acket 10 cents; Pint 95 cents;>
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bags seed Sure Crop; Long Island \Vakefield and Em- .
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-- ., Centennial (late,) Flat Dutch and Florida Drumhead, Packet 10 cents; Ounce 25 eta

+* "STANDARD# Pound 66 cents;:.Pound'VARIETIES.Oonutne&25.'. Surehead' All Seasons; Deep (()J cl' H Q Hastings & ,Co., Seedsnwn.'';

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:: press' Btampes.'Dwarf,Flat Dutch, Early Summer << Winnlngstadt (J
,Fowler's Brunswick and Premium late Flat Dutch 5. ccentde packet r20 cent ,; .
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y ,' 4 :PINEAPPLES.:I Jones Possibly. But I think the deposits To obtain the moat for our foodfitafli

11. J oftho, working men are largely we must raise, the cattle to consume
0 savings that otherwise would be needlessly them, and to get the best, profit on our

f ': DO YOU KNOWw spent.: cattle we must feed them on the farm.
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_e. J, Smith--But: then former spendings The small breeder and feeder is the
.1 'f. I reached the banks through other chan- .
man .who generally make tho moat
nels, and may still account for the trans '

/ i't '.. { SELJ J. I *fer. moneys Soiling is, all things considered the
'Jones-I think that the fact of the auk ,
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credit
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''- < -- banks the' hardest times whether for the dairy or the butcher.
.during ever
; ",- : Every.. Grower / i i known is pretty conclusive evidence that, .double By this its method a small farm the can method almost ofpasturing
capacity over
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j,6f from the crib and
adaptation of co-operation to the farmer'sneeds I and'feedmg
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i stack. Sorghum, corn, millet, pea vines,
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\ Smith-In other. words alfalfa, and clover when it can bo successfully -
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would.make.as rood a 'showing with grown, are-well adapted to the "
: -' / "'.-. i.. f '- \ good management as working juen in purpose. Alfalfa ia especially valuable
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: <,. cities and towns. purpose, season BO
; '':" Joncs-I think there-is intelligence and long. ,Our farmers should pay more at- .
thetGountry Does.'The.Celebrated '
tention to this method of feeding.
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honesty enough in most arming communities
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1 ; good management for the farmer's credit the winter,should prepare green food for, '
"f INVANHOE and FAIR OAKS PINERIES are known banks as to run the building., and loan associations them. Remember, it is not the price per

s... 'throughout the UNITED- STATES/as'producing'the'. FINEST FRUIT EVER PUT' hundred. you get for your hogs, but the
,ON THE 'MARKET. j' s Smith-A correspondent of the South difference between the selling price and

:4\: To produce FineTruii you, must have ern Ruralist stated in a recent '''issue that the cost of production that determines

land credit banka were common am?successful the profit The American Swineherd .

+ FINE I : PLiA'NTS.-4- ; in,Germany and the editor suggested recommends Jerusalem artichokes and

that the writer procure from Ger- winter rye as the, best. In the South-

I have for sale more, Fancy Plants .than: 'any Grower in the Country, anda;; many their plan:of operations. west green oats, green wheat, rye or bar

# _.reputation SECOND TO"'NONE.f ',' Jonos There might be some featuresof ley. with the artichokes, letting the hogs
_ .t -: Purchase your plants:from: the PIONEER GROWER of Fancy 'Pines, and you the German method grafted on to our gather the crops, will be found to work

:'get a GUARANTEE that'your plants are absolutely .TRUE IO NAME. operative methods or of cure on to well in securing large. growth at small

t Price List now eady. WRITE AT OICE. I theirs.adapting our own methods and the cost
i German methods to needs that wouldbe
our For indigestion$ in hogs there is nothing
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Y ,i. ., Smith-I think the times are ripe for coal, placed where the hogs can get at it
Y ..1. an improvement in the Southern farm when they want it.
: ,,': ... fARM' TALKS. JO to better advantage to a brother farmerif er's condition. Those, who most need it It is safe to that ,
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bination of and feed
grain dry can ever
'r'Farmer's Credit Banks. adopted by which,the borrower and len with the .
conceit.
: own They go right on '
f.- der could be brought together at little : equal good June pasturage, and that its
T Jones-Neighbor Smith, I have been cost for administration' crop lien, running a season's account at quality, succulence and palatability will

thinking some more since we' last 'met. Smith=I see that these cooperative i tho,store, farming as their fathers did. serve to bring about the well known favorable .
They think it is easier to keep along in
and athough it Is'riot exactly on agricultural banks managed by the workingmen : results in the dairy.
I the old,rut than to make an effort to get
interests
lines it is in the agrmltural themselves for:the, loaning\ of workingmen but of it. Every successful dairyman is an educated

,and I wish -your greater experience 's savings on workingmen's homes, .Jonos-Letus hope that each gener dairyman One cannot bo a ceeMf -
r to help me oul.t have increased their deposits, savings ation is making some progress. The l without it. He may not realize the

L -?" -., _Smith:.-You have fertile imagination, and profits more that one-fifth during I Children of the unthinking farmers, go fact-may actually dispute and ridicule

-<,' a neighbor, and I. doubt: not have something three years of' the worst industrial depression to the public school and some of them education, but he practises its processes

worthy of our just J consideration.. ever seen. are reading the agricultural papers :and and adopts its theories whether he admits *
,Jones-:My'query is why.the Cooperative .Jones-:-And it is not remarkable that have an ambition for' something better. it or,not

working-men's bank in other words, these mortgage banks' fun by workingmen They will want to get out from under the
the Building and Loan Association has have scored this success while the Shipping'bntterto Auetralia2 our principal
lien. in time to
They will\ come : see
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0 never been adopted by the farmers. regular.savings banks have hardly ,held that the trust at the village store is a NewcastleThis
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Smith-This class of banks has certamIi their own, although managed by men of more destructive trust to the farmer's in. rymg coals
-'r found great favor. in,the cities and,vil- great financial capacity and at high salaries terests than the sugar trust or the Stand- winter, however, and they probably
have silos.
lagea and.; working men's. homes have ? and Oil Company, and iIi time they will no
"" 'been the results, particularly in themanufacturing Smith-Yes,coupled with the fact that be ready for the co-operative land.credit .A.New York dairyman has a cow tW
cities where_the savings!, the resources, of national and private kank.-Southern Ruralist drank sixteen quarts of Bordeaux mix, .
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i of those who did not wish to build have banks during that period have declined. ...' i ture. t Shale alive and well, but bar "

'- gone into,a home of some other working Jones-' :.Perhaps it may, in part be accounted Stock and Swine+Notes l owner does not recommend this rahtaff -
man.who availed himself".of his fellow for that in the ,decline of business for watering cows. >-
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a ;w rkman' saving; the latter receivingthe and, resources, salaries,: taxes and When the animals are young a pound
interest,. the former' obtaining ,ahome general expenses have 'not declined, so of gain fs made with less cost for. food* ; Mr._ Cha .. Goodnight, of Clareadoa ,;l

-- the profits. have.gone a g1iml &'ing' to agreat hence the advantage of raising a Teiashss a berd of thirty-six buffatoL ,'::0;; .
Joaee-It' occurred. to me that'therec extent large number of the young stock. In He has succeeded in crossing the bu1f.A' :' "

b Rte many farmers' who 'depositedtheir Smith-These i facts 'may ;also in part! fact, looked upon from any.standpoUlt, on some breeds of Texas cattle,. .bet' '''',:'t.J

,savings In a bank:that pays no interest be accounted for in the transfer of their it will pay to :raise all the cattle necessary their progeny does not reprod&ee y %!_ '

:or in a Savings bank that pays but a deposits and loans'to ,the C& .periltiv to consume all the food. .we can. .pro more than between, the horse aDd ""',,, :-. ;:l--

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: : camphor:.tree: the most 'important is Cedar Key; in Louisiana up to : t.:"'..
e '"- '- -' 4 .. for} ornamental, planting. Its, bright Baton Rouge, _;and along a narrow The Date Palm In Florida. ,,,> t;}.. : -

Beet Orange.- Soils. evergreen leaves, rapid growth, 'and margin of the coast' to the mouth of Will you,please tell me whether the .' '.<: .
.Editor. Farmer and Fruit Grower: long ,life, make it: valuable for this the Rio Grande. .For' ornamental date palm can be successfully and ':.

.. :prangC Spring,, is, situated on .an purpose\ ;t In Japan,and China if hasbeen purposes it may be,grown as far up profitably grown in 'Central Florida? .
of' elevated plain! .of pine land onOrange: the principal tree planted in the as Charleston, Waycross, Thomasville I have a place, of.eighty acres of land .
: :Creek,'the"outlet of Orange Lake, and temple courts for many centuries, and and the mouth'of Red River. In this southwest,( Ocala, near Dunnellon, /
.i.a;-mile sand ;a. half from Orange in those countries it takes the place ot upper'belt it would,need protection in which I expect to settle on this fall :'

Creek Landing, on the Ocklawaha the,historic,oaks of England. It has the winter.]J' and improve. I have read in Florida '
f. ,River' We have here. some 'of' the been extensively; .introduced into Southern literature that the date palm can be "
) finest orange lands in the'State. ;Europe and South America for The Grape for the South. grown to maturity in five or six years '

The best soils adapted, to raising ornamental purposes.The "We agree with Mr., Mitchell in and that it will yield $500 worth of '
perfect ,fruit consists of: light loamy wood, with its dose grain, yellow his estimate of( Scuppernong as the : fruit to the acre. :' *: 1
: a .f soils, :neither too rich nor' too. poor; l color,.and'susceptibility to polish, grape for the South, though for table I. J. B. O. 4
Vr, unsheltered from the'benefitsof_ the taking a kind ofsatin. -like finish, is exceedingly use we prefer another of the same 146 Madison St., N. Y. .':"'. .
.sun's rays. This, latter is.essentially valuable in cabinetwork especially class, also a North Carolina grape, the
R 1 necessary: for the:'development of peiTcct for making 'drawers, chests James. It'is black,. larger than the The statement'you,have read,is on .
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fruit,being the oil-imparting pro- and.cupboards; proofs against insects. Scuppernong, thinner skin and has a par with many that are made in im-

cess: The oil is the, great preserving The. l leaves and young branches, 'al- the valuable quality of keeping. I migration literature respecting this. ,-
5' quality. Without it.: h orange,is.veryperishable though they have but a slight odor of have eaten them two months after they State. The, 'date palm has not been. .. '.
will not sustain'long with and exhibition.The cultivated to any extent in this country -
.an camphor, are packed> clothing or were gathered kept on
.shipments. ,These elevated l lands...have scattered'about unused rooms too guard Scuppernong class is undoubtedly ,} there are very few localities *, _
; :proven to'be the home of\the orange, against insects. I i the coming,wine.grape class of the I where it is likely to prove'a success .
C\ 'JB ,is demonstrated! by.some young 'The tree produces an abundance of eastern 'South', arid 'when properly' in commercial. way. For this a J lo?

M ,:groves .having as fine,trees,as native berry-like fruits, which, are used in made as a dry wine, ,and not Into'a cation is necessary'where the mercury ._ .
producers.' These elevated lands are Japan, and China to make a kind of strong cordial, as is usually done here does not fall below twenty de .
,the result, of upheavals, caused by tallow. The fruits are.greedily eaten by adding sugar, it is the best wine I grees for any considerable length of. ''
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k former ,internal commotions, and, are by' 'chickens. and birds, especially know of:? "- time, _and a hot. rainless summer,
\ ,largely impregnated 'with.potash, an mocking-birds: ,' whicj} often select The author of the above, if we with facilities for irrigation. In the:' .."
c ;essehtial element in, orange culture. camphor trees for nesting places., mistake not, was Prof.. Massey We lower Atlantic and Gulf States, and in :f.
.? : Rev., T..'V.; .Moorej the .well-known have"not seen'' the '"James" growingin the West 'Indies thrifty specimens may' .rt if.
4 authority on orange growing, visiting ,CONDITIONS- OF. .SUCCESSFUL CULTIVATION this section t we have here occasionally be seen, but their fruitis; :. .' {:-;;:
brie of:these,'groves ,alter;an 'absenceof I i what'is called the''Thomas," whichso :much-inferior: to that from the Orient, .\.; 4ith'er ; "
suits the the by reason of the scalding showers -,, ":.. -
a: few yeajs,.w.as' much surprised at nearly, description of ,
4 I., \!ich:)wonderful growth of trees. This .For.most of'the secondary purposes, "James" that we are, persuaded to be during the growing and ripening Y ...
led inquiry and upon examining the I the camphor tree, may well }>e cultivated i4 lieve that.itis one and the same, rape.The season, or.neglect of proper fertiliza ,
soil, ,it was,, found: 'thatthe; angular wherever it can be made Jo live; DatIl: pepper, .. .'> tioii.of"The? bloom. The tree being :
: but for the distillation of gum and oil dioecious' pollen from the r
forms of the grains of sand denoted ; .>. unless stam- .
<3 ,upheavals and .not formations:by1 cur with a commercial l view, and for the A New Florida'Fruit. inateblossom applied to the pistil -
;rents of "water. ,- which always.have the production of wood for cabinet.purposes Editor Farmer and,Wuit-Orower; late blooms at the right:time, the fruit: '
grains:of sands worn,and rounded... [ ,',it .must be'grown under the I send you herewith a specimen ofa will'not be properly developed, and 1- 6
These lands,. though elevated; lie in most favorable.conditions. The mini peculaf fruit,.that grows wild in) the the seed will be imperfect or entirely _:1
,the Ocklawaha 'which affords mum winter temperature should not be low lands around the lakes i in Leon lacking. -_: .
'valley, : : c
..great protection -against winds;:and below 20; degrees F., and this mini- and is locally ti Jerusalem fruit. ... ;- :;< :..
: mum should be of rare occurrence. It has a most* delicate flavor and ,is '
.. lying on.the west side contiguous G. EEN CORN:FOR MANURE=:Would -t ",;...
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grows '
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to swamp, so, you kindly give me. some :> ;
wonder of tourists,.have' double pro- drained, should be Irrigated unless. twig near the,ground not) more than formation :through the columns of '_' .
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"' ',' ::""tectionr as all'the great, 'storms'pr vio" there' are abundant rains. Fifty six.to twelve inches high. Have it your paper First, the relative value: :. : .
inches of water'during the:warm growing looked into and make a mention of it.
.. but little loss of
:'ous 1894-5 caused of, green corn.as a green crop. Wes;,V ;
season is desirable, and much When you open the box-YDU.will find 0
;fruit irr the.groves on that side. plow it in about ten bushels to the: {
,. *" RESIDENT* more may well be"used where the air that it gives a most delightful >odor. acre; in about .six weeks it is from ";!,
v is very dry. Further samples can be had from'me three ', .
'Orange Springs, Fla. to five feet high. It is then .
f, abundance 1 of food rich Mr \V. J. Hartsfield. : ;
An, plant ? or. plowed under,and ofjcourse: to cover :;'-
., in nitrogen, is required for rapid W. G. POW LL. <.
The Tree II. i
";*4c :Camphor it wenwehave to pull it up and lay it-
,. .. but the.kind of fertilizer that Tallahassee Fla.
.I .' '-' growth, in the furrow. It rots in about six .
< ;USESOftTHE. .. ,. TREE AND"JTS'PRODUCTS." can be jnosf'profitably applied will Prof P. H. Rolfs. .
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,,. :; > [Reply By ] weeks;i the land i is then again plowed '.,:
: ;._.,!fhi.:principal commercial\ ,uses of vary:according to the character of the Your letter dated August 17, with and,planted. This has to be done in- < \
:; :;the, camphor: tree.are for the pfoHuctioaof soil.in each locality. In the absenceof specimens of, fruitcaine: to hand in the summer;' cowpeas do not grow -
tJ .'. l camphor ''gum; and camphor definite information in this regardthe due time. The fruit smells, tastes and very luxuriantly at-that me.Ve be

oi .: Camphor gum, is employed ex- kind of fertilizer' producing most looks like that of chrysobalanus Ihaco, gin to plant inthe fall, potatoes,-on..
,T:: 'J ..tensiyely in medicine It, enters into rapid:growth of :wood in the orange or the cocoa plum, but this is a native of ions and lily bulbs. :
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:. ,;- :l t1 eKcorarjOsition, ,.of'. 'many kinds of in other fruit trees may. be taken as tropical Florida. In the,absence of F. S. WARD, .
x lifiiments for external'application.. For an index. further information ,((1 leaves, etc) I Roseville Qardens, FJju '.
ilimment it is, .used especially in com- .The-northern,boundary: of the ,dot will ,put it provisionally under that
;J biaation with olive.oil. It is taken, ins ted area, on the accompanying map species. Green corn contains : moisture, .
:ttfnally for' hysteria, nervous ness, marks, approximately, the' ,limit with- Lake City Fla. ;Experiment Station. 78.61,: ; nitrogen, .407 ; potash, .327 ; ,;

,-B70us headache, "diarrhea, and ,di in which, the camphor tree may begrown .... e' phosphoric ,acid, .148 ; and is worth;. .
Siwes! affecting the alimentary canal. in;situations protected by J.buildings B. J. Gonzales has just 'aid a visit $1.93 per ton. Green cowpea vinesj; .- '

: ;J(: 'ij 'specific in cases; of typhoid or by other trees, while the north- to the State insane asylum at, Chatta- contain : moisture, 78.81 ; nitrogen,. '
..... fever ,and, cholera., Camphor fumes ern limit of the area shaded by lines hoochee and says in a communication! .274; potash, .306; phosphoric acid[ ,

',have. . of asthma., .! ,It has been,used:very exteMively the area 'within ':which it may be has' a fine dairy garden and field Green'oats'are'worth $2,26 per, ton ;
to keep ,insects1 out\' of furs, grown',without protection. Further crops from which the, i inmates are green rye $1.87. If you would break .
'. 'woolens, etc. In Japan,camphor, and experiments in, planting the camphortree furnished with ,rich milk, vegetables, the corn down with a roller and ," .
LJ ciBphoroil are used j in lacquer: work. will doubtless; modify both of i etc. Indeed,tII'is! a. haven of rest drive.around the same way with the -
The tiaeand. < .could'doubtless be used,to that by contiuued .selection of seeds the natural instincts of those who are a bull chain stretched in a. loop from "
ova iyage.in vainishes and shellacs from.the:mosUiardy trees plants may made to feel the terrible affliction of the beam to the end"of the double .=, ',,.. .'
>It klpw used.in ,the manufacture of be bred up''to endure more cold.-U. the unfortunate inmates, I :cannot tree, to sweep the stuff into the furrow ; :.
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:. ttBet ;soaps. In. Japan,,'and Cbi a.it I &=. Government ,Bulletin..., press my' thanks to.God that }Florida you would not need to lay the ',\; : .
IIM Jbeea used: for, illuminating 'pur- [The map shows that for commercial seould" be possessed of. such an asy.lum corn in by handBARBWIRE ':- '.';

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'-V me'::: ..cbpy,6C the" paper or::book, in: strawberries? For home use, what is over, uncover, lift. up the plant and Tobacco. 3

"',,) 'whichtheyappear.on:; : ,barb-wire:fenciag = strawberry do you recommend? stake,it and'.a fair sized head will mature - -, ......,. #
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'f y- ,We:do 'not recall such _articles, ; the but
any Early Florida strawberry, it The Amatlngula.
with without It
capped or a high tariff:
:d ,.'< 'but:wi11'say rthat',.on newly improved has very good endorsement In Vo.lusia'county Editor Farmer and Frult-Grower: is bound find .
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plant : :: I in '' paper:that ,
see your some one in northern cigar leaf if the experiments
V V fencing: ::"is almost universally i Septeratier) and in'October;the'earlier '
; has importedthe: .araatingula. Should to mottle the leaf f, as being conducted -
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{ ": you you require,any seed of this fruiting in various parts of each cigar
tic,,will be':seriously' .considered,untilthe'razorback .Mapes1 fertilizer kls good, but .
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x and hedging plant, :! will send you leaf growing ,state, turn out ,as ex
:. ;'. and'scrub'cow. nuisanceis 'VdsonToomet: advertise a Strawberry some the Natal make
;; people large pected. Several processes have been,
( ;:" : 'abated by statute.: Special f which we. can)highly .recommend of and from ,the
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.1t.f... WORKS ON ,FRUIT 'CULTURE.-; For home use, .plant, the, Michel, I shall sendyou ,a small packet. The been given to the public gratis. The

!'iVV"r> V you'1iay ,any, 'books.,relating< to the Lady-Thompson, .Phenomenal.- Try ai plant is a quick grower and fruits in patent of Rickard & Long of Ohio
: 'culture of etc. i few of ,Early Florida and,Rising Seed-' months from time of
L2? oranges grapefruit, ,- eighteen, sowing. for spotting the growing plant has
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.' whatitcosts. :; .. ',I"-wouloVlike. somethingthat To. the many inquirers who have might suityour..clim te; .by good cui- used on a part of purchases of
';.,," treats of 'orange,culture,since the. read: Bulletin. 39 and ask. ; us other. tivation.and grafting budding, your .Siitter Brothers in the Connecticut,

3 a ._. i ;.freeze." ?A.v A.. ATwoon.r" questions, we, would'say. consult our friends in Florida might-make some- valley of New'England, and in Wis.,
':, \ :"863,Madison. -St, TamparFla., ; advertising columns. If you wish something out of them consin. A. Wt Zug of Huntington.
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r The American.FruitCulturistpub. ; EDWARDY"HITE.. County, Pa., already has some fine

Ifshed by:Wm. Wood:: &; (:0.,0(1(;New stamps ., South African. ..Republic... samples of leaf treated with his meth
'York,contains a brief but 'admirable od, the spots being-strong and touL
Fruits E. I CULTIVATION OF ORANGE TREES.- A perfect mania'seems to' _have set His formula is made by di. olvtDg,'
.. supplement on.Tropical by
;: V H..;Hart: :Moore's-Manual l of .OrangeCulture. ;Your answer as,to potash is .very.full in to spot our domestic, l leaf artificiallyin caustic soda i pound in water i gal \
_ is and 'valuable and satisfactory. Now, will.you kindly the field. How it is done is described Ion and then applied by means,6f the
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V '. ., monograph; .a, complete' ) tell.me,whether, you would advise elsewhere. But whether the ordinary bottle blower or. sprayer;

:I. clean.culture} for orange trees?, manufactured spots,will rival the nat- used by packers to moisten sampto,.

v t ..STOCK MUZZLE.- In times past ou : JACOB WEY. ,ural spots remains to be seen. But distributing, the fluid .over.the rows. ;.
had'an :ad. in: your columns offering :Inverness.-.F1a. there is a likelihood.that the spot crazeif It is said to be very effective and\
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it is too overfed, will vanish*alto about-the only expense incurred is the: .
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L < a muzzle for stock"that would allow For young orange trees, yes; that is; : '
: : .-:..-: them to graze,in,the orchard and at to ,the width pf six or eight feet gether; Years ago manufacturers! could labor. ; The spot left is almbet white..
',':" the same time pi venttl((eni from injuring around them. We would run a,discharrow not get wrappers dark enough to supply It does'not.appear to injure the pits

'the trees.. That js' just what I or a' Planet, Jr., cultivator the demand for, dark' cigars. .But as the ammonia spray seems to do, h
when the cigars ''commenced to, be temporarily. In the Big Flats section
.: need now:- 'Please locate the dealerand' about once in i two weeks all\ summer,
darkened artificially, plainly spoken, of the Chemung valley N. Y., 4bfaeof '
; : give me his address. It'must have weaving to'ahd (fro along the.row, describing
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painted, then the, demand for dark .the leaf spotted by chemicals i few
-:- {; :been several. ywS" back when I noticedit. a figure eight. But jn the : .
:::,.,;_.V .,' Your ,attention'will oblige, middles keep' beggarweed:or cQwpeas cigars vanished not.only, but=it.turned heed ruined, the chemicals being--se
\-: yours truly;. B.'W.PARTRIDGE., : growing through the rainy}'season, into the'other extreme.. 'And history stron'as to eat through the'leaf' a&d to j
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_:. ''Monticello, Fla.. ; and plow them'under when,!matured repeats jtself.;-U. S.; Tobacco Journal cause, 'it to curl badly.A .,,
: and woody.; .' ,.. most elaborate experisent'i k 'being .-,
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:: :V '. Address' M. ''S.. Moremenr:Switzerland '. ... .. '.conducted this year in a p eiftHf'

i a f- :, : .. ,. Fk. & ,_ ", "' Winter The car shops:are ,now running' on constructed curing barn at. Wfe, To :the Banana. full time-;;ten'hours':per. 'day- beginning Ct:, under:the direction of IV; JL H.

_,:; .;. ",' STRAWBERRY QUERIES. have. Editor Farmer and Frult Grower.' Monday; last: For over 'two J enkins'of. the Connecticut:EsfUri--
:i, t f ":.:Bulletin! 'No.39! from Lake City!,but In-Sumter county bananas are saved, years they',have been :working on a, ment Station. The barn'cam fee nwkk-
'..r:T wcmld, .like=to-ask'you a, few ques from the,cold'by' 'cutting the:roots' off nine hour schedule,but the indications perfectly tight or when d Mred.vend-
.. '-V>:-:f 'tioos.which you will.,oblige, me:'very oil one side. thus bringing the.stalk that theFfant: :system' will --have. the l feted at top and in two' seeieM:
*. ;?-,-. ;mach'byUmswering. Dp; you ,know down to the,ground covering with greatest rush tourists, of .any other around the sides. The heat.'iFcs?

j..).. anything about'a'strawberry. grown'in a, foot"or.more- of 'Soil Make the line the.comi g :season necessitated tied through! foist rows, oV atove-pipi
..;. ..;.- Pasco county called the,.Early;Florida mound high enbuge.so: the: water cannot getting'all equipment in first-class: order which lie on the ground Ai8: dt '
?: When' do you: 'advise. planting .settle near the 'mound nor in depressions as soon as' 'possible.SanfordChronicle : warm,air from them.. fez ite. t .

_'": .. :strawberries in this county,. Volusia? near. the buried: plant. In ; ,.* .-_ '. moisture from.: 'the banging. '
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ting badnot'ban: palepted:(up; to thk; ,'of'4&kfes.. .; :jt is better. : totake KILLS S CALE. ; :; :
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',$MMnd,,Dr. Jenkins gives}it(to:'tobacco thi."watei; ours atonce.: .- ';If':,theleafbegins .. -
'<, g W for'wbat'it: ;a:,worth.,, :Dr. to'turn': :yellow e t..is = T THRlp JUICE'i: ( .
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-Jtsrfrfjtf does.not -iecotumendthe: :formula stopped aiid,cur J g .goes on of "i itself JHRtHJWC : ,
because'of'soine;: fear that the and the'temperature'in;the barn,is not :: '..
treated tobacco:will:-:not pass through allowed:get higher than ,it would Is Strongly Concentrated, and when '3 :-
f ,the'weatto; best, ;advantage, but the .on a hot summer day >with the temperature :Diluted as Directed- it, makes '. ."
v:season's:: crop;vnuset, aside all"doubtsas I outside at,8s'degrees.; Thus Li. I probably the Cheapest...
,tothis: disputed point Since ,the !the curing, ''completely under the :i secticide in the World. .,-'
patent'of .Rickard &, ;Long.has been'allowed control of the:'grower. If conditionsbecome.tobdry I ::
.;.c ;thatfirm: has tried to stop the ? : ". waters:i thrown on aI.J&.Ia Used in' Florida for 13 Y ears.
work,in ,Connecticut' and, threatened the'floor. and evaporation changes the pedal Direct o ':r i .."' ,
Dr..-Jenkins"with:a'; lawsuit.i : "The,illustration trouble, '.whileif: ,too, wet, dry heat, 'S ra .' ,,: -
x+w l herewith portrays,a portionof may be put in., :Man is thus made independent E1 ... H. :B. MARSH, General Agent, ;

; a'leaf as taken from the:bam of Mr of outsid&weather.. Not Okukunika (Lake Co.), Fla. .
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: how unfrequently much ,difficulty is experienced -. .
Da:Bon and shows -just spotted wurwowaasuwtwoswbit>U.L_'_
tobacco'lookswhen'cared.The.cliemical .. in curing the midrib. In;the .NY .. M .1 17"Sold by many merchants. ...
.used consists of :pure case,'a rotten t stem spoils a leaf: 'It MAKES 1000' HAMMOND'S- SLUG, SHOT WORKS, ,
', also contains less water, thus makingthe 1ISKitt OI IUOSOI, IEW .
caustic,soda 3' pounds; to water 15 : -. YDBX. ._ .
,.... :quarts,'to,which',one and a,.ll lf pints .;weightless ;for, the ,seller., This .:"!s''. :.
Y of"thickest confectioners' is experiment- .. r ng'leaf tobacco' is
__ : : glucose be enough... This i is for pasture ; is often more than the plants are '
firsf advance
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chemicals regarded as : real ever
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,' potash of Connecticutjeaf. for seed a.peckand -a half less in each worth. This .explains the apparent .' .'
made intheprQcess; Curing -
i* soda lime ammonia and
; some will be failure of seed,to germinate when the ,- ..;
Ah-eady Mr. A Du case enough..
adds have ''beeit"' ,t tried, but the '97 ; ; J. 'I is /
: .. temperature high. ; : .
Bon whose farm the' experimentsare 4., ** ,
tt crop is being spotted with the causticsoda on: .
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made( is the Planting Cabbage. V'
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I process. .
Gardening, states that he has often ( ,
a.weaker solution should be usedthanon t curing of his)'is1 acre crop ,hereafter r ; Kdltor.Earnier and Fruit: ,Grower: ',. several of .
sown pounds cabbage
good -
darker. leaf. The, solution, ,must by ibis :process. 4 I .As general.thing cabbage is plant.. seed.'without
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I-* W .be,appliedwithin: '4:or:5 days of the 1S4 "e ed too.early in Florida. YVe growers plant. v :
''V harvest long enough. before the har, Fat net Dir.takerwwww I fail to ,bear, in mind sufficiently the: -
: :';.,, vest so=the, spots will turn white or difference between a vegetable that PREPARATION OF SEED BEDS.
cream colored. Too much sun or - comes in competition with the,cellared The beds should be raised from :-
rain,injures the'spots. The _chemical 'Green Rye :for Pasture. or pitted crop of the North, which is four'to six inches above the surface ..

'should be applied between 10 a. m. 'Editor. Farmer and hrruit-Grower.- usually not exhausted, until'after: the and,made from four to five feet wide. .
< .and,: 3 'p. m.,as the leaves are then -'Will youor some of your readers frost is out of the ground in the. spring The soil should be well pulverized. 4
;spread;out more, flat,and will.take and who'have,had,experience advise me as and a crop which however. eafty.. it and slightly raised in the center, if ,_
V ;hold- ;the'liquid i more evenly. to the comparative merits of, oats,.anc maybe, .finds no rival. in the Northern the.bed is in the open. If protected 3' ,'. < .
;:}. \ -' j:The great difficulty is 'to get a spot rye.as winter pasture for milch cows. markets, in the spring or winter ex. by shading of old bags or something -\; .: '.
-y hrv ;' ipf|4e'right size. For j that pupose, an Some of: my neighbors advise one c perhaps the unimportant supply similar, it can be.made level. We advise :
t.. .."','Im 1ement should be 'used that' will some the other. I am also advised /rom the hot houses. Cabbage an that all seed beds, be protected, "
(drop' .f'on the! l leaf.rather;than shoot it tMarylandpf' Virginia grown rye example the-former class; tomatoes as we are subject to heavy beating .
promiscuously.: : Dr... Jenkins used is much better than that,grown south. of, the Jatter. Cabbages are: winteredover rains that will often wash seed out of" '
I a:Verm rel' nozzle with a 4tenfoot: tube that it stools out'more.. I would also ; tomatoes! are not. The early. the soil" before germination, or in'case -:
3i" connected; by :a rubber' hose with'a like to know:what quantity of:each it\ Irish potato from Florida :also en of the hot sun coming out immediately '
1 : t Wilbraham 'sprayer.." 'The' machinecan considered ,best to b sow to the acre. counters a cellared or' old, potato' in after rain, the young seedlings are: .
: be,puraped.full of 'air. and will for,this purpose.:, All :replies will .be theNorthern; ,markets, but always'gets often killed by scalding, The, seed
.rise one;g ono{. .the",spraying 'mixture much appreciated. the 'preference, while an early should be sown thinly, in drills which
ti : ;J before it"needs refilling., Great W.;, J., ELLSWORTH. Florida cabbage is no better than' a should, be from three to four inches .
> ,care must be exercised: the'use of'a Jessamine,..Fla., well-wintered. Northern cabbage, andmay apart; allowing\ room for working the
',spraying machine, for 'many ordinary 'We,will give our personal experience not \be as.good. Hence the bulk soil slightly until the plants are of sufficient -
.sprayers/will ruin the crop.: They and;;hope,our readers will add their of the Florida crop should be planted size to transplant. Cover seed ,
., will'also drop the-fluid 'so as to.cause ownespecially- )if.they do,not agree so_ that it may not be thrown into, in sandy soil from one-half to three- F
:too l large:.a 'spot;for poorly: shaped with, our conclusions. We have never competition with the old crop. fourths.of an inch deep "firming" .'

... .spot The: .i intelligent! farmer only tried, seed rye, grown further, north .Last,'winter, for-instance. we had a i. the soil after covering. If there is
can' manipulate this'part',of the work than.Georgia, but that, trial, was sufficient ,small, crop of cabbage which we began not sufficient rain, the bed,should be' .
'and,under no' condition' should ,the weYwantnomore of it. There to despair ever marketing. Thou. .-watered. .Thin sowing of seed will .,
:work' ;be left,to the hired man.. was, simply no, ,comparison between sands of barrels were being shipped be found adva tageousJas it gives the -
,. :Curing began Juljr 31 and;,the crop the Florida and Georgia-grown rye in North) throughout February, March seedling better chance for development
C- r ,know: ;all cured'except the midrib or thrift and abundance of foliage. All and,April, and bringing very poor returns
to -item. Thejeaf l was :[tcured' ,in two the'native, farmers: thatwe: have.ever i sometimesvnot, even enough to ,
< :weeks,beyond( the possibility; of pole talked with were of, the same opinionsow cover; cost of transportation. .Fortunately SOIL AND PREPARATION.The .

.bamfcff! : whith vein.. The :temperayitt'inifekcpti -: onlY' Florida-grown rye.. ,And our* crop had,been'planted late; ,best soil for cabbage is a rich ..,
: : : : at::not over ,2 or'"3 degrees -we ,wouldsow'rye in. preference, to the glut had passed by, ,the old cabbage sandy loam similar to the richest hammock ['
;: above outside conditions: The oats,' the rye is hardier ,, less \liable to "of the North had been cleanedup lands of Florida. Any sandy .::
_ 'crop,is a beauty asa careful: inspect rust and, produces more voluminous and we received pretty fair prices; land:that has been sufficiently ma ,
'''iJ. ,ion, will convince anyone. ,During foliage. Green oats are richer 'thai and singularly enough, better pricesin nured will,produce good crops of veg. ,,;.
; ', the curingprocess;; : ,. .the :fires were"made : green'rye, but in winter it is the:fresh Jacksonville<,than in New York.It etables. This ,vegetable is, we believe -
t' up'every three' 7day,aad allowed to go out, at night ,'milk-maker. ; you can :supply the that cabbage does not germinate tons of high grade commercial fertil. ,
? '" 'th.beiiig! i keptup, .three days.; ;While! richness.. :with cottonseed meal. well'if' planted too early. :Mr. H. G. j izers, are none too"much per acres for >,' '
M :the weather under:natural ,conditionshas I For',a'good 'winter.. 'pasture sow 'in Hastings, a prominent seedsman, says cabbage or cauliflower. All,success* '.=
; been unfavorable 'during much ofthistime succession. Sow your first installment that hundreds of pounds of cabbage ful gardeners. apnjy ,much more ma ".
., .: ,' t no.time'has there'. 'been at once, then' 'once .every month until; seed'are lost every 'September. 'The cure, than,can be possibly taken up .r;
"the'slightest, possibility losing, the'tcrop February\ or, March If your'land is 'effect of heat and cold on the germination by the crop. This excessive manur ,,' .
: somewhat' moist;and.. of a retentivetexture.oryou "of some kinds. vegetables isbut ing is not 'a waste as it seems to insure :' -
!,: Two:of the large buyers ,and beStQ : Have favoring showers, little understood by planters gen almost perfect heading and much. r-
,",:..oWJfresident'" ;- :dealers of UieCon"iaecticutrvalley you may sow broadcast' harrow in.'. erally. Cabbages;cauliflowers: beets, larger\heads,' as 'well as uniformity.A ':<. ,
; have ;examined .;the Otherwise: ;ow ,with a' seeddrill: or' onions, and radishes all germinate good crop of cow peas'is one.of the ':!
'crop::closely and declare. '.the cure to run light-furrows and :cover with a freely in 'a temperature.of. 'less than greatest helps to successful cabbage '
,be,.as near,perfect it is 'possible to turn plow. F'ertUize liberally with 60 degrees, and the higher the'average = crops. E.
'" be secured and' much ; better than the good compost,ot cotton. seed,meal.wel temperature over that, ,the smaller Of the four fertilizing,elements that :'
t 7 ".Mutual cure.- ,Artificial Heat ,.is i : used stirred in. : will be the percentage'of germinationand we ,have usually to supply in the South : -
Il.f:when .natural conditions' are -If you sow broadcast,.put on six the ,weaker tEe'jjlants! : and,. the ,proportion per J,OOO pounds of II'I,

: :poor- ...... ';The'leaf must-lose 40 ''to 60 pecks per acre, ; if,in drills, five,pecks i difficulty,In overcoming this'weakness. fresh cabbage as follows: 7 :


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; ii -'Nttrogeii i !..4.:pdiaiif J J"V t ''olt'" 6.3potinds. ; stance;i in. :them,' :while. ..Kaffir, l leavesgenerally Strawberries on Ice.

'," ..' ., r: ,Lime.{ .Irpounda.. ".:,.'. ..:,kho6ploric'acid:4pounds. -' : ;: nature"-"naturally, they noting iWifller.
'< ar The celebrated'1'._&T. Strawberry Refrigerators
; : ,}affected,so miichby! dry,weather :

3 -' Although,cabbage. :lakes jp(but little ( and; wind.. So here Kaffir fodder ismuch (.PERRY. DAVI8'J growers.are Perfected the,universal after favorito years of of Florida experi-

: ', at& .:frbia the-soil;, ; ;yet thepre&ace6f the best; .This j is. the verdict "A Sort .UA Sifi Reaedy hi ence. Give good service for good fruit.

'r f ;; it i .In' large,,proportions 'seemingly given, by_ my horses and afldevery kind TBUBY & THOMAS,

:seem J f be,a necessityI.c *.*4 .:r cattlethough; ,by'':their acjlions.they every,ctw : Starke Florida.d. .

: -any r sections!; :"of the, ,South fell::me, (sorghum fodder, grown so ot' .! JaIat"QnKiller
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j 'an. Absence of lime in small and Cutis the
i. )here there is ;_ as to.have'stalks
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,:. -. soil: it:shoul l& .applied;, A'genus seed'forming, is better than either i l ; ... mum. SEED EO., WIA

'' percentage of potash;is also inv but;:,we ,want the Kaffir for its seed. MARY T. FROTSCHER, President,

} 'Portant f to: 'make?} a, firm, ,crisp shipping For.fiye: years it:has.been rnj?'principal Successors to
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and
<;* .cabbage.. feed both .fodder: ,and grain, and I This, to.a,trot statement
Richard FroUcher's Gravier Street Branch Stole
'. ''ti:;, We have:been unable ,to .,see; any never had.tockio) do better. Now I H cta't be. n.*-e too stroag Nos.518 and 520 Gravier St.,New Orleans, I*.

.' ;advantage in the; practicevbf. : 'sowing kpow ,this"is,not avery good comparative ,or too. t.pb tlc* Garden Importers Seeds.and Grasses dealers,clover In Flower, bulbs,,Field seed and

> seed where :: the .plant jsAtostand.When [ test,. but ,I can generally raise itquite'easilydespite tatoea and fruit trees in th.ir season Conductedby
t- '. transplanting. tip of the. dry weather, my It b a riaapU, safe ted quWI through relatives Richard of the late Frotscher's Richard manual Frotscher.of 1896 Order or

tap root should) bepinchedoflf: : to :encourageYfibrous -. stock eat it, greedily, and that is' the cure,for send for one free.beading.

', { roots.. None of jt best I now.offer. ,Ommps 'o.p, RheumatWl,

:should be The learned men of the Kansas Experiment 001l Oe1 le m1gIa, '

,' -. .' exposea'G. J.. _'p. l Station give us the chemical >.Cbwp, Tooth&bh&
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analysis corn '
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Two rii...115e. and 60s.
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ffaryestingKaffir '
{; deal rseverywhere
r- -=# 90'water, 5.2'0 ;ash, 5.81 protein, Keep It fexjre*. Beware ofImltatldM.
;A Teas farmer(!raising' :Kaffir corn free extract sellFERRY'S
30.if, fiber, 49.19 nitrogen By only the
.. first.timewishes. .to .knowjf; he-can' .68'fat Kaffir ash,
1 ; -9.67 water,7.14 Cenulll'-'.all DtvU.
strip'the leaves,same as'commoncorn, '
4.89 protein, 28.03 fiber, 49.75 nitrogen SEEDS
'then(:""cl uttheheads; ; ,wants to know, if free extract 1.53 Cal doii _
theleaves, will,make good ,'fded 'when Pon't, riak the loss of time,labor ftod ground
with food compoundswill
Those familiar bf planting seeds of unknown! gnsiitj' -
'cured. He has been. told thatthey notice.that corn fodder has more 1 unreliable The market.wJs.U rEHSlY'S Inn of rh t'NIP tMeretlwaft

.would be comparatively worthless as while' the host;dn not wptai
; of that which makes muscle, parsnips onions garlic, and so '0.;. |eoNtitnte,B od Mina l f res.
bages ,
.compared with common, corn blaHes. i which ,
Kaffir has the most of that s n.hi FEiilfY& CO.,
that the
This in' substance has-been referred forth are grown. I believe ."J :.-..:.'... '
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makes'at.. ,As to yield -fI "" .. :;
earlier when .o-rtrntiV'ch.
will plantedon
mature :.. :
Kaffir crop ".
to: 'me as,'i an authority on would that would, in different '
that
vary
f'.' contributors mounds in this way. ',".(0.,. ..-. : .3'J;:
regular
t1. ;H eorn"by"oue'of' your' localities... .Kaffir will produce The principle is carried to a further
:ors answer. 1'gave a personals tbat'com willheir'
the
double
quantity
who degree of. perfection :when, as is the
E answer, but there.may be ,others station
In Kansas the reports
would'like' information. case sometimes, the beds are all madeto FAIRVIEW PINERY.
;i three tonsjof fod
that yields dry
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and and constructedwith
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Whether raising
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per I a long and,short slope, thus-
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several years.eniitles'oneto be 'or siX.tons.-J. M. Rice in Farm ---',!. .Choice .
i ; iin.authority: quite doubtful. .Kaffir and Ranch. ; %"

i cornJs'yet anew crop: There very -AA..... .J,,,.' ,, ,,' : /!.
,much to.learn about'it yet; Common J : Pineapple .
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'Garden Beds Sloping to the Sun., \ : .
corn has grown since the settlement of ,c' '

; #:th(United Stat srye.t',' a part of 'every All through.. Southern Europe, and /:., \/ ,\ PlantsSmooth -, .. }:
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issue of ,:every farm jO1rnal.Jil' the especially Southern Italy where the -

.. .. country, is taken' up with'something inregard climate is just a little cooler than f in the slope facing the south, to -. FOR SALE.---' ..
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.., ; to corn;;and fet' none:of us Adelaide, .noticed apian J of growing catch all the sun possible': ..
know all about corn., vegetables which I think,is worth trying '
Such a system is only in use in I Iwinter' Cayenne II!! Home Grown II I!
:our Texas inquirer} :I judge,;:js accustomed 'here. There is nothing iiewin it, time. In summer, provided of I .

to stripping:the leaves' from in.fact I, suppose the only.reasontthe: the drainage is-attended to,the

.the stalk.,-{;.h will say at the outset that peasants could give, 05 would think course conditions'require to be reversed, the ABBAKA. PLANTS' SPECIALTY.

"I-neyer; stripped a leaf,in my life, ands worth giving is that their fathers,and I beds'forming troughs. This is a matter is .

only 'for three 'years ;in, thuty-five foreJbthers for countless generationsdid which does not receive sufficient F.' N. PRICE, '
farm"management have I seen 'the ,Sometimes ,the reason
,years' ,same. least by our amateur'' cultivators. .
attention at
t "corn harvested in thatjway, so Lknowcomparatively is a;good one, based on the fundamen- .-Garden and Field, Austra P,.0, Box. .449. ORLANDO,' FLA.
little:>bout the method. tal principles of scientific: Agriculture.The !

,Inthe 'North, and now in the 'new plan I refer to is seen in practice lia. side I
strawberry beds HOME
We have
'Southwest t. cutting and shocking the largely on the rich fertile volcanic' seen GRQWNi'. .
side of which those sloping to
full stalk is.always practiced. plain ,the bottom of Vesuvius, and by the south, produced nearly ,twice as *0

I see no reasonwhyKaffir;; cornshould behind-Naples.. The winter gardens i
berries in March as
,," not be stripped e as Indian; are,all laid out in beds_ say from one many early to the, north.say Pineapple Slips ,,. _

M S h .. corn, though. possibly it: might'not to,'two.chains long, and from three ,to I those sloping I
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;easilybe cured,,into!'fodder' the same five,feet;wide, with trenches, perhaps Preventive of Cabbage" Worms.In .' and Suckers"

way. The leaves'.have' more_ :sap. :; in 12 inches to '17 inches deep between. X
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,. them and in avery 1 :'" wet' "Vl country- they' The beds themselves ale highly.. convexand ,the.issue,of}une.I2; I notice Mr.. Of the Following Varieties

mould buff-hardly J think like this Hanson's remedy of beef brine, for 7IOR
'might worse, .l ;- '"' .
this would be a serious 'question.. cabbage worms j and no doubt it is a SALE:

As'to they ue :colnparativelyniy;,: good one, but it leaves the dead.worm" -

.testis:,;How well does stock like'it and on the plant. I agree with him that ABBAKA PORTO Rico EGYPTIAN F .

:bow l ''well do'.they thrive upon:it? ,I poison should not be put on the plants, ,
GOLDEN HIPLKY
Ife QUEEN
and I have found QUEEN, ,
have fed largely:of oprn'fodder all,my as it is_ dangerous
: life in,the North, but Kaffir'was. not the following remedy effective, simple QUEEN, SMOOTHCAYBKNS,:PI*-"-

raised there,;- and bow*L'am. ''.raisingKaffirlargely'heie The center, of. the bed is often i8inches and harmless : When see the first NAMBUCO AND RED SPANBBL, -" .'.:' ."
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< ,andbut,;very,little \ higher than the sides, and except I butterfly, parent of the worm, I thor to '. V">c ;
of common'corn ;r:so I have not had 'that they,are not high enough ; oughly dust each plant withlGhe,wheat Apply \

the best chance tot. est the,two'side,by the,beds'would, remind one of the potato middlings before the dew is off, slid 2 a. Cf. MATTHAMSJ-.*

c ., : : M or mangel "pies,"' one so frequently this I repeat at intervals., It makes alight Florida Pineap S'Coy,

sioe.Myrppihion"is J vthat: both grown in sees in rural England i in au paste: .which sticks to the feet and Orto. f.!

trie North:',there would be.but little tumn. The soil in the district.referred wings 'of. the insect and she will not MADDOCK & MATTHAMS

.:; ..difference.,, 'Kaffir,would produce the .. tois I'almost inexhaustibly rich, but light :to lay her egg Wheat or rye 1 ,

A:;: heaviest' leaves 1 but Iro belieye;; 'stock such goats', donkeys', horses',or_cow, flour,would doubtless do as well ]I West,Palm'Boaeh,,Fls

i' .:_ -:'F. !:would'prefer,::the:corn Jeaye, .But',as or poultry manure as is available isused am never troubled with the cabbageworm

-t. "t' grown in Oklahoma 'corn,leaves ripen and immense, quantities of lettuces .l after this treatment-. American Early_hatched, well developed, pal

'''', :" prematurely- "and have but little 1 suba ;..:and other salad plants, cab- Agriculturist., \ lets make good winter layers. ...

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0 ,' -- .--: .'... The.number of turkeys/may be, solargess The majority ;6f :Florida' farmers! <>
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tq'all1ost.: exterminate in two enough give all the room THE FAMS.
's '.':. .:,':ili., rat te. .J.. i tIe.WIIH--. -- ;Orewers-' Feed-- or, three Reasons'Itheiinsects.uponwhich / : that needed for.'the successful carrying -: Our exhibit of native wild animals win', beWhat
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Fairs: and will well
.. -- ;;.:_ter,PMly"rl.. :.,Pte.s they feed. __' :on'of the>poultry business.. Two repay n calL, DoD"t rail to brIng the cht14fe -
r :" -- been fattened good houses' they learn about Nature H4 ra.e'" -
'r" Turkeys that have are a.necessity'andHhreeare Fence will prove of value in
ccesstuL'Rhode: ,Island growers,' soon grow thin if not killed when better; One for;he grown fowls, PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO.:years ::
;;; as a:nile,.(feed their turkeys from start i '
;' "fitjj"; and do,, not fatten readily whenaBowad and'one to put the growing ones in
\ to finish on Northern white:flint.om,; ({relapse into this condition, as they are weaned arid one with .division
T which,they grow, )themselves.- They for some time. The grower must use .in it for tHe mother hens and O WEUi
: 'take painsM! ; 'nothing i but' well their' chicks AIR LIF'CAGO
M : Some, :judgment as to whether heshould though, this ,last can
,, saeotted old,con ,',because t they' have feed,'them grain all through*the dispensed with, where one has individual
found,that new cOm, causes bowel aF-i.A5-.t-
1!! summer, and fall months. coops for each brood. A -
'trouble,' :.which is more to 'be'.fearedin Upon the approach of cold weather yard'where' the fowls may ail be 'confined "',

'." a turkey than 'any,other fowl, and they come to'the house to be fed, and if necessary, for a few days at a "FUMA" CARBONBISULPEIDE
{ is liable:to be fatal:' Diarrhoea seems I "
thereafter'.rpam but.little. The males time, is a great convenience= andean
,, tobe: more:'prevalent among !turkeys and- females 'soon separate and' go in be had,at'a' small cost .if the farmer :
:; '" hananyother: ; disease, and a bIrd that' flocks by themselves., To fatten them did not think it too far beneath him "The best remedy in every respect for killing .

gets sick'is very,'apt_ to. die.- 'Foraging 1.FOR' to.do so much for so small a business, cheap grain ,insects effectual is Dl-sulphide and easy to of apply.Carbon.-Ala.it Ex.: & .
; _, in :a field:of:green'oats may give, them, THANKSGIVING, though I have' observed that he does Sta. Bulletin 61. ,
Send for free! illustrated pamphlet. It is
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+ :dkrrhoea- and cause: much loss. They: are :fed in November: all the not think it' belittling, to eat'the eggs terestingr.readable and will save you money.' '

," Turkeys_ not only. ;like; Northern whole com they will eat three times a and the flesh of fowls at any time Less than DWARD ico-lb.TAYLOR lots supplied,Cleveland by 8. G.Ohio Sear-
a flint corn, best ,and< ,.fatten best on it, day.. .It is,,not necessary to coop them they can be spared'to supplement his Ing,Jacksonville, Fla. ,

f' : .,-., *.".* bat it makes their flesh mor- '.tender, A ,cooped.turkey, generally gets sick. meager bill 'of, fare. t
:.)" a Jwcyaoddelicious j : : That given the It is
Th 'full. feeding, causes them-to rest an observation of mine that
s ,little,. ones is coarsely ground: and and themselves., Dough, is; not the,less he makes the more he grumbles THE STANDARD
; ,' mixed with':sweet. :or:::sour, milk, or much used -for fattening in RhodIsland e about ,the "pesky'chickens.." >ARTS GREEN

t. ,'made into- bread that ,moistened One 'grower who gives it every The 'really seem to think that ,everygrain' DUSTER.One .
;*,* V.'t in ..milk. This is gradually mixed morning and __ whole com at'_ night, that a fowl eats is so,'much loss. s
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.,.:,=,>,..-w, ,_or' -with,sour' milk., : 'In.the fall whole, birds, 'to eat more and 'gain' faster. on, a yard that a salamander plants in an hour, thereby saving hou
_.. *corn is given.Turkeys would and even days of tedious hand-pickin .
Many times whole flocks have been vacate. .
Price $5.00 with this
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... --"L".,:: z"., ;whichcan, be,. loitjust: before Thanksgiving. Tur Why is it that farmers will not open $6.50. Address the editor box 524
"y ; : *- GIVEN FULL LIBERTY keys are very sensitive; disease spreads their eyes to their own-interests; and Jacksonville, Fla. '
'.:"- : r rapidly'among' them, and sick birds co-operate with their l ,wives in carry ,Testimonial.
-'- \Ffora the.'firston'a: dry pasture'lot, should be quickly removed from the ing on .one of the lightest and best

... i'. ,f.' ad after'a'few weeks allowed to roam: others. Too heavy feeding or commencing paying business' that: one can go into Yours of the 21St duly to hand,'and
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they 'escape. accident 'or 'enemies.Two .. :it-too' long a period, is.probablythe .? A flock of hens, great or smallwill I pleased.' with the performance of the
turkey hen mothers with ,'thenbroedLwiill r reason of such loss.: Birds fed no' furnish. the cash every day to'feed I "Paris Green' Duster." I used it on -

then generally join forces, grain for ,several.months, if they wer themselves,, arid something over;' and my tobacco and it did good work. j
.apparently,for; mutual l protection from fed:very;gradually, would probably be on a farm where!,:things are raised Yours, etc.,
hawks; 'and ,other .enemies. When less liable to this trouble than those there lus ,than, VP. H. HEATH,
they.cannoVbe given'full liberty they fed well through the season... The where.the quarterarelimited: and all Nashua, Fla., July 23 '97.

'should be given fresh pasturage daily, black head disease, in turkeys notbadly food has to,be..bougni.'C: f
,and ,milk curd,:corn' gluten and'wheat affected, would be:
as ,well as :rom, to take ,the place ol f ihi -heavy.feeding. breeds. ,After, haying 'experimentedto l
insects.: Great.pains should:be taken Some' raisers give a little new corn '.some extent, with different Lands rid.ft

,that 'lhej|_are ;not overfed, and that mixed withth: old at_ his time but kinds),should, if: I'could, .only,keep

:. ,they are given as much liberty and extrewsgossible most consider, it safer to feed clear one kind;Jet, that be ;the, Plymouth! Oranges (
., brood 'may be old corn.. It, is not, best to heavily Rocks, as they ,are ;good J layers ,and ( "p'
',' prevented from leaving'a certain field feed turkeys that are to be held for a fine' for the,table,;of fair size and solid '-n esorts .
by'. shingling the [mother turkey, so later market or those to,be kept overfor growth, and.of a most attractive'appearance finvestments ?

'. -... 'he cannot fly ,over; the :wall fence .breeding, for' the reasonsgiven. Il when dressed. It:is a good [ ,:'
"This;however,places her:at'the mercy is an ,injury to, them. They 'should plan; to keep some. White. Leghorn :

of 'the ogt; merely be kept in good condition. hens, ,not to raise from but as the/ developments :
Afterjune ist those at-full 'liberty Farm-Poultry. take, fewer resting spells than''other :<

'are;usually'fed.but'twice daily., They ..It breeds and never sit My method, of AtttactiOns ,> s
'aEe"J hunted up and fed 'in 'the,fields, keeping up my,flock of Leghorn hensis ':-,
',io that they;)may '. ': farmyard: and 'outbuildings. Manygive Point of View.Editor eggs any time ,after' the middle: f G. D., ACKERLY, _-
u ;:i. the)turkeys no food','from August t Farmer and Fndt Grower: May to the middle of June. These will axutieu.wtsataeenAacKr, ."

{. :ist until cool weatberrthetget.; The greatest: enemy to profitable begin to lay in)the early'fall and keep THE TROPICAL TRUNK UNC, w. 0. .. .. ;,'..
it up almost continuously.. The eggs "AtK ON W.FLORIOA. .,
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who, bosses the establishment. pullets are small at .-
from'the' 'fields- b Unless the man has"taken first, but in'the.course of a few weeks '
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t i. : ..September October:, We ,know of raising himself he thinks it a little they increase.. in size and become a, ducks.. -5: -

:comes where"those not-fed in ''eitherAugust business-too'little for him.to ,do anything fair,size When a thrifty bird is Tally matured

v ,.. September'or: "October, 'but but growl about what it takes to kDon'tkeep hens after)they are three. it is easily fattened. /,- .;: .''
,. :Jed well' 'in' November, "have=! been keep them and how much it takes ,to years old, 'and 'don't sell them ton =
: somebody, else for.layers. Feed them Dry earth is a good material to
larger. and plumper g keep' them, when often the.fowls o ;
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than' thOle fed 'the Tbanksgiyinh. the premises of such,a'farmer: furnish a'little,extra for: a few days and make scatter;under the rOOf k. .

The principle 'seems to be,all; right.. all the change his table knows, besides soup of them. ]t is better than beef, On the' average it will take $1,00' to '

;Doubtless' those to 'be marketed in paying for their own 'feed and and you will.1e' saved, the-temptation keep.lading: ,hen-one_year. ,:

August and September,.:.if fed ,corn o many other things that, the fanner's of swindling somebody' by palming It i is said that eggs'produced in norm _

Bright along, will l be plumper and ma- wi needs, and would,otherwise jiever off ,old fowls-on. 'them. thern climates are materially heavier
tare_ earlier while those allowed to MRs M. J. than those,produced in sonny ksds. '

= get'their;own living,during these three ,getIf', some! :,of these grumbling men ....... Leghorns and ,BlaCk Spacwh, MY .,

>: J& thMiIl exercise more and secure would only spend some of their tim_ ;For'.-largeheavyI fowls have* the eggs ,with the whitest sheik of'aMbreeds. )
., r ote' nitrogenous or,growing food and.breath in'making a* few comfort- roosts low.. '.,7; : <*'?,l '"
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C State ........;.s.';!M.. OtkraRth.-I'' "Hoine p ow eg'of lihesin l FlOridaii. r :artifi. : tfortksiiH, : ". -..* : .'
l : :; : ? j .: ckl poids.of,cement or. :iB/robs 'or' : The+ >wamee on'liortkbltural i eda- :'

# ;, -, .'...- ;;'1. s' .: {':. :MHW. _Hi, medicwork.- .. .-,,- .' tab....is not:a. '"difficult- "HmHer. ,,'all ,that, alien.appointed'by;the. Mijwouri; State, :'
The ofcoimty _"_; r' ;:;::: j.Fof : ;:- : --.t :. sre q uiredinJhe/winterjK/ to,prevent Horticultural isj .f:
orange growers oar Bum... HOB' :; ciety: doing,a good :;
have organized,'theGrowers'w ', '-- ."" thewater.! from. 'running! ofl :or evajppr-i workJn:cpwiting.a senti eat.> \faYOrj': '
/yy; cBcc ve: f[mantel or pianodraperies ating.. The Neliimbium, .1 teum' or :'"
: Protective league, :in Eleetiofl %Dk; of.teaching the principles of hprticul'turejri. t.

-4 trice 3 ,and 4..Its object ij ::js:to protect are;'made';of Kinionos'orjapamesecrepe yellow water:',bean,. sometimes! called'the !; ; the public! jdrools,, }especially.l '

the property .oC members? ;-from' pilfer .: scarfs.' > yellow; 'crresthifi, f, is a.: native of mcpuntry dismcts7rhi. committeeisalsoarranging >

.Thes ;: enot; ;always,to..be obtained, the"lakes,and still waters. ,..of ,Florida
< ipg'trt asserYaiid.to',detect r':and;secure : ; as hand-bobk-orr ?J horticulture -
: |Jk| convictionairy: ;; iltyrof however, by the;;woman,'C out.of town,. with'flowers five.or, six inches in diamater. to be used in the schools. -
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F malidwfcskcts: such butgoodimitations! ; 'may .be made at The.roots; ,should;..be;obtiiried; work ',the
,,, as pilfering, opening -. This was:endorsed,by teach-
gaus,:gape;; bars'etc.,: The.:NExecr home, by\clever: fingersFusing' ''.-Japanfloss from their'native habitat.as. early in; ers'association, ,in.Milwaukee, and;in ..
ld and .
in red
consists'of rthe.follow- 'g ; on crepe spring as possible-or 'at leaSt before; '
committee :
tie Missoun is encouraged by the
i being,
sofaillows ,
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_ i } i'A Icenhbur Upsala Tablejcbvers.for-.center,tables, hey:have.made.much growth.. ,Take ,
iisj''persons; Jj ;; ; t. board of jegents of the State. University .
linen inplaidsofVanous
made
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'' :etc ,- ,are of tub or cask' eighteen::inches .
B. 0. Seltzer( Upsala ; (K-.P.; WeiseraTworore any say This -l latter: institution:devotes
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"IJ.-t.- ,. ,?I ,...rMJIILe' .'. > (; .sues ..:and: ;of cool in'depth :put ;in' goodrich loam or 'teachers
"' ; ;joI its efforts to instructing, ; ,
*' "" colors.beingdecorated with :wash 1 muck.to the'depth 'of. six oreightInches i V
:: : carloads ,qf pineapple i the.rudiments of botany entomology,
silks in.simple: but interesting,d s'sorts.9f in whicb'plantthe roots barely :
Wtt fromI3anolulu1H: : L.-consigned etc., thatJheymar be able to, teachtheir :_
r All ; articles bemadeof :
; may cast with
covering them and :fill the, :
:tors'MeLesii: : ,arrived'in Orlan- ,,embroidered ;linen to correspond : pupHs. This .is, .a grand work,.\

_ (\\of, Monday;via:the),J1. '&Lf, : rail with the: .many 'dainty .cotton fabrics 'water, replenishing ati as ,it. .wastes by and its importance is appreciated at a" '

t! :road:; 'Both. scars.:left:San. Francisco which i have" become: established as ,'evapo; n;; :_ ,Gardening.foi .. glance by eVery :practical man.: Thcommittee. _
in his Manual
? IFenhiriger -
1 ; ; horticultural ,education .
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f /August igth, making: only 'ten :days summeiJashions..f' '. on '
& via the__Southeii.Pacific. J'L.; "'& N. ;and I. A.handsome table cover.iii i workedin : Bengal 1.- and Upper India, will'will'beheardlfromat: the :meeting ofthe
of another the Nelunvium
F 'C:'&:'P..;from San.Francisco to. Or. ofdesigns says, variety, ,1\bssourl.5tate'. Horticultural J5of
of 'ayariety;
a; design poppies;, > .speciosumi "a largevand, :when; '
!lando.;: Parties )takiigotbisr"oute:: tothe'Klondyke t1 being :used' to 'carry put thefli ; ciety:at Mbberly( i in! December.-Wes "t
; blossom beautiful
willreachpoint.of / ln' a'vert plant Fnit Grower. -.,, '.-'..
) gold:fields : tern -
: tic; of .natural .now-, on '
arrangement ; i in tanks and "
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jheels
r { destination' before! ;,.it is:--too ers, 'whicH{ are ,worked_ in old red,' ""cp. in India ,Bears, in: the everywhere hot.season .: ...,... .-. -. -,---."-.;:"% .
.late in the.season.OrlanddSentinel ;: ; -The ;who stands .)!
,' ,- witfrleayes: ;: .of green No., 3co3i3Turkish very:large, double: ,; 'rosecolored many idly by-and- '
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/ "" floss.; handsome flowers. It produces sees theJlife fading but'of? his wifes .

:G.41'VSurber' 'I has ,justlgdtTeturns: -A 'heavyT> linen is used, .finished seed abundantly: in curious :drooping;; face, sees her:' health going, _sees-:her V

:1 ,1 .'friwn.hii,teCoate pears shipped;,early witlvatwcwrish: : heraT and hem:stitch. cone-shaped seed-vessels. The 'seeds becoming old, and faded and wrinkled '

i in theseason(andyin (that, they;neh t !ing.. V- -- M. ,M. : arc sown by-inclosing-them in a ball ,when she ;should still be; in the V '-

ted'him'-$4.56'per barrel., This: comes' f: 4 clay and throwing' them into the perfect enjoyment of vigorous useful : \.

.of,;sending:only nice*: ,pears,:properly ..Save the Plaeapple Peel, ; water." -. health, is either .less .than'a.man,\.oe .

packed? to:.market: :and an'knowipgJintiwhen.'to For Our'Rural Home, ** .' The Mexican.lily, ,Calochortus Ma-, else does not. know of the one fem,,;
; : hit:thetnarketright'with: : : drensis in in edy-which'will bring.her back to her.
begrpwn: pots .or
":a shipmenU rSt. Andrews'. Bu6y i The:papers are'so.full of pineapple may ;.; health and strength.. Perhaps herv
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talk-that: (;it:.steinsas if everybody open ground, by using.equal parts .
:;i .; Immediately after being;stung by-a must Have" 'few I to' of;leaf mould ,and pure sand. The husband cannot persuade her to go to

wasp or bee place the hollow ,barrel teirthose who.a have, so am fewa going good 'soil.must:be.well drained. her doctor, because she naturally Va '.
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*' 'of; a>key around':' e,, :sting'and press : ; Many people,' in Florida 1 make.. dreads the inevitable. "examinations"and "'.:
'. until > 'hurt ,On: .way to -utilize.the peel:. ',"local treatments.," He can .
", it'lJeginUo; removing failure'.with-hardy' bulbs because they per .
'W Sli.th.appl(before i hand
or be.found- f, paring suade, her, if 'she'needs persuasion..to -
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the.stingywill do
he'key be frozen
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pare put
take -Dr. Favorite ;
;outside the puncture; it has.made- wide-mouthed leastthoroughly.chilled. This should .Pierce's PrescriptV

j.. :ineide trering'formedby.the'pressure' ingsand'allchips and .',with in. a' Legit be:done;:onceatany. rate,.during the. tioru This truly wonderful medicinehas ,
j : coyer 'sugar. jre- VVV'''f.' '
yx of the:key'barrel l;' ,Altjpain/ceases) .jar haiu.for: a day and' use .for flavoring course of the winter, 'even .if-for lack, cured hundreds. of ''women afterthe ,:

,-once,.:no,'.swelling takes,place and in a : : 'method is of natural cold, they have to be best physicians;have failed. It.has
The.best to
j jellies: .
it & difficult find the : pour. been in constant .use:and tested
minutes to every
few: ;; packed in iceto; secure a temporarlchilling
the and ;
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a warm juice over .
sugar
: been, day for thirty It isn't an experiment -
.stung.-Or custom years.
spotwhero-onehas peel and .let:'it'tang J a short While Itis'the here to set -
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there l .chances about
:.la. Sentinel.. "Almost j jelly isrfmprove5Lin this hyacinths, tulips, .etc, inboxes; 'or potsand are no. .
; any 1 it. It is,ascertain cureJofall"d; a ge-,,
.them in : sheltered
keep a place
; The:Seminole :Canning Factory bas ..way. :If orie.hasa: quantity: 'of grape; mentis, weaknesses, irregularities and
used c.i oo' .barrels of 'sugar'this 'season J jehy;;a"partqf: _j> it.flavoredin: this way until their blooming .season amv'es.' displacements .of internal : .

i in-the, :manufacture "of-guava{ ; j jelly; makes'pleasing variety. ::1 Whatever ,benefit of cold rains,or culiar organs pe

..Last ,week;"'the, :Gardners''put ,'up;ra:. :Our:*,tcommon. !pie;:melon. ,.can be;! frosts"might:obtained, ,by:exposure to- women- .
Florida '.the form of beef'stew, ihto .fine they are deprived; They ,are not It.
:been( : con : .a. pineapple jelly H. J. Mills has about thirty acres
'excellentby : planted out :in,an.open arid.thoroughly > .
which has been pronounced ; '
by merely"saving: ,the parings when- ..
of which are
of ,land, ten systematically _
.,., -A Tampa(wholesale l house used.. : enriched,soil in the :early fall-and : V '
judgeS. evera'pineapplc}; f;; .
cultivated an adequate irrigating -
'has this 'canned ;beef. :andas allowed ,to :experience' all the.cold : ;
fried!:! so MRS .M;J '
substantialstables
'n 'with it tKat ; that our:winters can_ possibly furnish: plant, a neat cottage and, : .
well pleased. ? j; hey;are;fig ..t and convenient hothouses. '

c- tiring< :with the ,Gardners Jto: 'see" how, Fertilizers.. for-.Lilies.jsi The exceptionally: !cold winters of This gentleman lasfyear made over. '
: 1886 ''and.. a sur-: :
.compare with .the canned. : i 1894-5 gave pleasant
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,For onr.ItaraiHome. : 'prise'to some flower lovers in the $750: from one acre of, cucumbers,
from the North diif
goods brought>> "is ,.a the 5-Ij&jfuyrt: planted '.a 'field in ily' splendor of thessebsegtient.bloomingof ; and the,crop..wasgrown, ,;and market .
:
the comparison satisfactory "
{ ;:: bulbs / had beenplowed1 ; : ed in less than ,three months' 'time. "
where/green 'corn : : favorite bulbs. Which: for;once,got
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Seminole likely ,
i tactor"ywill get avery .
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under. ,in He plants ,on a, diversified.scale and
The .preVious ;
;l order for canned beef-=Ft, My.- 'year. thoroughly.frozen; ; '
large ,
I? S3 "' e".. the same field large.:patches of.,the'lilystalksrere I. has a. crop;;of some kind; ready: to-

,ersPress."_: *. ,- & f'; \ "yellow- 'instead.'of green: -;: V market every,three. months. __TWs
'I note card,which appeared in. your' this. &rye r..nof a yellow;' leaf:could' MagnoHa:: Sauce.- year-he is, .preparing to raise-.tobacce

.laet'iesue signed:by:many.of'the.good be:,.seem The:green crop.evidently: For- Our rearm Home. on an extensive ,scale and his success .

F. .* people! of'Lake';' ;:; City, :and,I 'beg the helped them ljn: 'manure :or -fe_rtliierwas'usedwithrtho Take 'the Afresh ;Ted seeds from, -the will be as, signal in, this line as it has .' : -

.hOepitalityof" your,,columns'for a brief greeji crop. l largest pods ofthe':magnolia, been.: in,others.--Tampa Tribune.W. ::,

'reel which'I'shall"p'ut; : :'inheTorm: of I V. :''We"use fihgimno and castor poke liagrandiflora' ),: .wash them carefully \ .H. .,'Martin 11 local land agent.o/ }: .:.,," :

,a raod 's gge td an. If these- go6d pea for'potatoes_and.:onions but these'donot and"put them in a- wide mouthed bottle. the Plant .System is. in, Lakeland oe a t{ :.
f *Uy believe_Dr., I.ute.pi1t- = ,of the l ; 'To each pint; of, the :seeds: add and ;
pl< r help: ; lily bulb,. only make business i may visit, Auburadak < .
tfee;cfe ges:they make'against'him: ,zh: plenty:;,of jtalks., Catf you _recommend Ofie'quart:of:good: cidervinegar" and'the Lake Hancock country betae .
iun: 'amt ou r.statute::: 1aws fertilii : bottle loosely and let stand in'a ;cool .
? a_ forlily! : bulbs*: Any his .return. The model colony projected .
'and w triable in the courts'of the state.'. .:otbC.1I1: tlon' 005 'thestibjec' t dark place for;:'two.:weeks, :when-it":is I by .Sir. Martin _and hit ; .:9 < t

it t'o': me.-H is, :not, ..' -in- ,:good' fof m'. tildheveiy-wuchappreraa: : -tedN' ready for'01i; eot1.ca ,be used associate, George Chafer,_eit, i .

-:;; people .to-: 'turn; tbek; ,, .. t:_ '--- 'i. v.c. .s: .".n,ARD. in'samc :proportion' /vizjitwocparts S : V of Ontario, 'the famous California- .. :.
->ljiftck the courts'and' ,continue, tops1t oil to, one!of seeds. ti .
oo
: -" RoKvi leGdensFla.:: and: which is to be. established 'oa. ; '
.thcJBoard% ofTr, >>steeswith t ; ,uni& '--". < -.. '. Lake Hancock,..now bids fair' tocome ;Mi{:?' -I

and',ttmferiero: B mam: ,. .oes.,.",..:.'FR ";:' ; Your actiefun furnishing decayet Guavas.:have been quite plentiful; ,a solid reality. ,Sixty 6-. = I.' ;':.

;::. '' ":Harcfc..ia' Talkhaescoan- .. _. !< vegetable Ottforyour.liliea is in fee.market.tiik week." :Thirty cents making.ready_ 'to move;to ":,

-,- .rl,aad- 'gaod'kedmg' :are the right directipc ahiyou: ; sfeotil< a"iieck has beenhe.retai"ling:!: ; price = when they will form the;Mcli. nrf." ;> .:--.

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M. a Y.aiigManT, < ; .. :wWch elk :Pofcasn Is, bow k ; '> :: ::
A Skwtch.bf HI*. ,Lif'r. : "."with' hisIdiaaer: pailjfand; ,t >'6h uJdoo: =Biased i:,'and Iwamuch(Poi...a:weIl.balaaced-1 .. : ,/.!,;"'":"; ":_' .=:"
Yrom the Gmjette, Champalgo-- III.- oI!,:- '" could not do;:.thw.;if;- thdl- t swelliog stiH '" r.al' e' 'fertilizerihould.....,- ;c ontaiu'tSsent, : to; all,.a N..1I I II ca4s. -_ .r-J :-':::''. ?-' .; -
At tbe. advanced 'age; 'of -eightyfiveyeew i eked&,Ofi'ounae: < ?bad aad 'irainy.i : ., .,Send, a&Ire. *'.." '' "* ,. -- --;;_-- '
days be talcee 'a aarbutbedoesriot, mika ., ';... .., .. F .: --.-
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McMillen ;
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$ aM.NewYoek.failing .
street, is,oce.of the}most ac- ita: practice bfing;saying. _-that JLa,'he feels. _. t"J', ; ... : : : ," '
betterwhenhewallsr .;: ,., :,:.. .
live-mea in Chamuaian! ; Illinois;: Mr. '-
McJitllen is a pioneer' t1:0r!' : the city,: "Xr.MeMi e ff jiff ipterallv' s 'resemd'|t i in the northern' .markets. at ten f Education: of ) ;
man, bat jhe'Ehas; >" 'bacwardaeantalkieg .. .. .. ,:
and I bU form & ae familiar on theiitr et8. ; centsa art."r' \ I ." .. -
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at that of any' citizen:.of:the town.:.:All of ,the e 'jtarit.Dr; ., ,Wjlliam} '5Ve are'tired of hoidng;the liberal. -- ?"
b& m Mr. McMUlen :followed. the PinK' Pii' .' e; .and many; :people have heard i itybfibe: Plant'System'from those; whoride :BPOV, 3: ;
trade of shoemaker,'and evjn- 'now'in his, his,i, E tf what_ they! .forhrmrDr over-ite lines oo a:free pass!, ;We,areaJittleincredalou3 4MIND1MORALL:." ; ::'\
declining," years he says tlftlie:: would. ; VPink.:Kite for ,Pale-Pea ; ::about the ;digging 1 : :-':" '
fee lost to give up his tradet & >ontra:=:: pW eontaifl; contleneed'form/all theelemeateieaeteaiyrto'give up'bf peach/orchards; } TioridV:when : ,__ :: ,
ry to the wttbee f5.big 'children i :every : wlifo: and the frait'is/fronv, : td four'dollars ot ; '
i !nde.him'at ate" beoob: idiag'overhark >;ichnews:td thstblodtL nd:restore shatter more in the northern.,mar)*ts..and,;Mr,' FREE:. 'TUITION' ", "
with appareteUy She'sate Vigor, d..i.Zn8; yaie' also a>specific, .for 'can-and. does .traufiportliho same .# '.' -; ," ; .
he Co* minded. when.. i .Lewa 8'a.t : ttoabYee.pe rHar to femaleSj";BucVaa suppfwei '- for.twenjfiye of even seventy-fl'cents ;" ..,-
-.JDaD.-' ...,' : "".- ," ""$."--. n. n, irregalaritiee''and :aUlSrms of bushel, or of trackers by.the hundred TIlL r ; .' .

fie. ,little l 'sliotHttN) ..Wrightia weaknesS::;&ln.znen' 'they effect a'radical abandoning i truck farawrif theycan; gettheir ,E .QtP! .._.. ._ : <. ;, -
in alt ;
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altreet; the vieiBityrof.the:Univerett '_ cases rom mental:worry vegetables to Chicago nty. .
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of Illinois and Ie U1e7o liiial'sJ m&-'. ) overwork'et saof whatever; 1 five tents pef: ,buiheL So! irahst,- Aqaql1'rURALt: / :" ::F

.institution.ker,at. it were;' ,,...for.. ,.t edentelofs :.,th" .(. ture.-loose'twlk:: "PJDk'Pill) at'are; 60'sold'cente in.a.bozesnever boxor-r'stt( '. 0;._,. .. ._ .,. :COWiHGH fc.-, ':,:- rt". :" .

,boxer f iwfar> and':: 'had of "'"'" I8SUppo11edb1gnmtstromthoNat.km&lOcw :.' ,
Abcftf yearago Mr;McMillan waa ab : maybe1 all Notes. c.
seat frOm'Jtis* ) beach for'several ..l-'Ji cs* draggifiteorj/direct by*mail ;from' Dr.. ._, ; from ernment,; All tuition free too all students. r":: ..:.;..
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Florida. Open to males and females ;;--
and his "feminar. form::was missed.along Williams. !' :Medieiae- "Qo..,'' Schenectady, ,' A substitute for_sugar:haa..been.patont-: Women board 'with families 'in',town. 'Men-'
the afreets. _which 11e hadtravened-many<< N.Y. ea,that is said to be five hundred times board at College. Mess Ball ,for 'HoOO'per :. '. '
tc ahd from his: work;. The local as sweet'and'costs:only a ;tenth'a s much. month A most healthy looation. College .' ., i:,,<
years
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surgeon attends all''students free of serge ,
,, aewpapen annoanced that ne'w dan- j :A''.Pleasant'Fktlon.Ij&CC .- It is'probably: safe,'however;,' toga rightori"raising Military discipline. similar.to West Point.. *1',.r; '
ljr: JU at: his home, and. that'it.was : : : :TacWrd. of the- Toledo;, 'Ohio, : cane"; .and. possibly. be ts.' Four courses of instruction,1:-Aurlcuteuntt'; -'
.rid he would not recover For months Sunday Journal Than; _'beonvisiting Dry In-; ..' -*;' -. Superior JUettMnltal equipment,Latta.8eSent4 In Laboratories.La and Wmnen't.., Oire i ,
be .aI 'a>sufferer,,but finally he appeared mart Winter Haven Florida, and gives; ,The South will be materialibenefitted, degrees of B. 8 and A. B. Fall Term opens '
again at;Yhisshop,'and. has 1 lost-bat Very a glowing-ideiriptiorftOf'.the:.two years,. by the increased duty"on._ora g B8ugai;: ; Monday, October 4th1W7. :For oatalQi\lel 0 '
few days:since'then: and none,..perhaps, old bearing peacn trees and of, tbe.yege* rice, pine applestobacboi; etc:;,,Toe gn. giving full.Information, address,. -,
on account of sickneee. Hk friends wen( table'growths of.that' region;all of which. purist and,horticulturistof: ? ;;.the:South 0. CLUTEtPreskle,, ': :
wupriaed to)see him.: out again,' ..theywere maybe, aniittossibly is.trne.Dr.:Inman I has no reason to'complain.Gen.Gordon ., i f lAke CWf, F1sridn. ,. ,."_"-
1D01'tf surprised,when.ho.told the a'succeissful ::dca1er'.i 'and' renter of I '. r.' ; r '."' ; ''':
thecaoeeof hi8'T'_. ; ;:mFlorida.lands and there is little question I' of Georgi denies the report -
ftere was;no'small anieunt otJOOalli of:wonderful,result in tomato"and other I .that he will again be candidate,for :Farm and Ranch; wants to kaow what { .
tenetin' hig ease,and a reborter'vfeitedhim productions in that to hare'him .relate't: .,the. story; ;He ,favored climate: .,. at an. end. The. Imlance my.days go forth sowing nickels,dollars anddlmesright '.. =
appeared to be,;delighted" to bavo ani'op5portanity --: But.'we .would like'the:experience ipf r will;be.devoted to teaching the' pl ,of and Iertb; llm ? .And yet '.
to tell the b1.w'tho'.met1i d the average tomato-and peach grower :of I the South'to'love.one another.'* Sectionalism a great many' farmers are guilty of the
..pne adopted; fbr.'hesaw, ,,:'theT:'story thathewould Polk and adjoining'counties! as to getting I is fast*disappearing from the coun same ,b y allowing'the' manure in-the
have;to.tell,might be_the'mea ni !products,to;the,Chicago'market 'at a try. -The Blue and.the Gray.mingle! frternallyj > barnyards'to go to-Vie;,which, if prop=,
of aariati&g'seme one/.wnolwas(; : .'. suffering cwt of-;twenty-fife' cents per'bushel oath i :the defeat.:of tbeSouth'? during erly applied atthe, right' time, would
at he has suffered= s ,5-t : ,time of paesenger'trains through:the' the civil!war; by which :slavery'was cause'anenormous; :yield of:all 'kinds' of
". "I feel," said 'the snry'old gentleman j ;, beneficent'initial workings of the Plant abolished, and the:::naton 'consolidated crops;' Land that is only making from ,
ttat 1 wwemy RfetoZDr.;Williama'.PlnkPilia System.-';'If it be true'that'i so' perishable yras-the,beginning" of.the South's great ori&ifourthto one-half.bale :eetton per ... "
for';Pale People.;" ,Something like a (( ; :readers or the proeperity.- 'The'wealth:of the North.,ia acre could be'made produce one to two
year ago appeared tome..; that I was al; rail'oompaaypreito,call. it)"as the coming into.., the ,Gulf.States;; .and the bales per acre, which would be Avery K
moat a physical wreck I" was gradually tom&to;'and otber;..fraite-,and vegetables people of the North are.beginning to comprehend handsome\ 'reward- for extra labor 're' ,

teing Mn,''and I" appreciated tle'condiftm are squally'favored'ath} transportation the possibilities! ,awaiting.indus quired. ,A, ." ;'
into,which.:I'wae'sbking,'but:.the rates;the tide of fortune hunters will; be try;'energy. and capital.". 1I : .
BMdicine I waa,:ta_kung! appeared to fooof.DO turned"..from;the:-'Alaskan 'a *.- .: '* AMass;: : ,bulletin. 'says' that"a -toad
benefit to me.,. I,waa'Buffering.from a better Mdifo r.' '.aoqukinf-j ciste in .An Investment that alwaya-papsg; cod during May/June .Jaly i ir able aad
1' dieeaae. of the kidneys and they were very- ; Florida,J and all tbeiOaltStates. If tomatoes dividends. is thought Lack,of) thought wiJlingto.eatseveral thousand tweJIRw,r '
.... A thick;ecurf'bad formM on the ,'and. 'likeperishable vegetables is at the .bottom.' of '.two-thirds ;of the several,thpandstraped| bugs, oovB.|. PO* _
bottoms of.my:feet''aud'my,.ankles:wereterribly aridfrcite"dauboputInto: > \ Chicago,and I misfortunes cf men: saIl. Farm. and tatb,beetles, and in fact everything' likea '.
Bwollen-;and:inflamed, ..:In:fact; other:;northern markets' ;:from South Ranch.'e 1 'fly, worm/bee: or bug that ,it oomee .'
.:. reacbed such ,'a'oonditioo that; I Florida at tW nty-ftv :'centa;'per,bushel ., : across. 'Every night itilis) and"empties .i'
they
not walk,:and it looked:aa though there'":will" te' ,,no":glut of:Florida;wintei! .Butabout'onepei: cent of the energy its:.stomach.four times,and all.l its:;food
liiydayswere'numbeted,:" '- QegetablesaodfraiteLin;: abe; northenit of coal.is utilized in, the)'generation f coastets of'insects,; 80 or more per eent. '
**I read in tfee.newspflper: i>9timohiai8 i markets;__,Tbe :dug-up :peach, orchards electric light: ; .But an :inventor. assuresus of, *whichJare' injarioaa to cultivated.
.,; from pec P1e whoclaimeavtohave, : :beenGueedofkkiDeytroableby.theueeQfDr. described by E.'R.;'In last month's Rural, that-eighty' to1 ninety per cent will 1 crops. J0nrreaders 'ahoaldagain. .... z ,
,: ist would be replanted:and:winter unit soon besseeured. ''Then iiel'light;: and the.illustrated. article iu :the .August ': -

WiOiame' Pink Pills for Pale People; and and vegetable trains will keep the tracks power.wUl)>e'cbeap..An, thW"paty:'of number- 'nI. .
J" thought tljt;woolddo me no harm,to hot in transporting.Florida' ductB. ,A scientists. arc boring i into ,the ;eartliwith : I. '
rive them.a''trial..: :I bought a l box> ', 'oat f knowledge! _of sack established.; por.: a,view.of getting steam generated by.the F,; $100 KLWASD,.$100. .
. : them the drug store: =and began. taking tat.ion"'rate and facUitiea between, Flori- internal fires5 of the earth;. "Theyhave:
.: tbom according.: to, ,directeons.; It ma yda ' aetm strange, but its'arfiiot: thatifelt: -seiy information boreaos. Freshvegetablesrandtfruite find.the':beat rapidly) increadDg.;' Wesnppose to leanrthat there is at least' ose dreaded ,
tae benefit of.them''almoot': .lit soon: aa J ; -would be if, either "party"'suceeedsjtbeywiUform disease'that i scienee'has been. able to -r
. ": began to t.ake..thn.. 'Af't.6iI had taken a moetae chead in winter &Bln.MY' .Oth@iisason r -a .trustj and if both Succeed core in'all fit* stajrae and Ibat.'Caiarra. ..
, ,: few gflls my:urrinal'dieobarges became almm -- of/theryear:; i iu;'all}. parts of.the they will pool their interests'and keepjip. :: EftU's:; Catarrh.Cure} i ia.t.M"on1r positive
"" M black aa.,tar and I noticed at'the --a ttttmt:-<' ST the, prlca'of.fnel_ arid light:. cure now known,to. the-medical fraWrnity. -
Jlime time that the:..pain, :.and '8" Jr.fPl: t. :System, --has:"discovered *: :I > ate leaving my,kidneyiL 'This eneeetiLatltiwii transport in'cofifiecikm.\vith Senator: Stewart'of:Nevada :throws, ease,"requires a constitutional qet.

y;:' me. that the little. '..pillg were doing'. : other,jfoada bushel,;, of;fruit or vefetabWa the sponge. ,He was a.Iea4erui, the f crusade -. BaU'a'nh Core is take internally,. .
..-,'"":"",.":".. .,. and ft.took ,\ .emrrithwrore "' 'disaooe of a thonanudhundredmllee' or fourtewi for free silver at sixteen_toe} ,f bat aeticg dirf tlyQpoafch blood;; a.4 >1ix:
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..' ,Y :: few'days.l later fte)swedling began may". po p"to.the odbcteloQ thatit _' that the'pncee of:wheat and aUvercan- foundation ofthe: .aH. 1
:,::r ....it 'of toy;ankles;):and at the eadl;,of may oon\-ey.the'same teD'twentJ.or a not travel ,OQ'the' samelioe' ; 'tbat'the giving".the patient ;fiwttfth !/J'\ '>
.r ... weeks it had'entirely! 'disappeared,, nimdred thrice at.-the same'or'double the value of I the formwill ;very likely,.go up the oonmtation and aaaUtiog'iM..18
<": ,gift* wUhvit that terrible}scurf whickidctbevbottoms coat to Ae aWpper. _;We repeat tbt wewould to one dolor per baabel];; while the: : e in doing< its work; The proprietors Mveso '"
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.' ..!Jf14 me80; much trouble., 'Ijcon- ",. rage sW WHOK irosi .local five, d 'toQelaml ,how.. rs: they:offett Oae Han&fd' Doflew :lw aar ,: _
-;- ,..111". gather'm1,1 pet'strength'; and.if = l"iat ifWWal sae t ....' ,tBft'.JIV" .'ofaadtiadv 'pI98pel1ty" -,. anet'Jl be case tbfttH&ik ,to, cere. t Send ft* lift. .
R 1Ii1...*ry 1;wcve HWfifct,at the endof '- ," = r;Ort1"d ; i : es: te B to r goirei ( aE1. ol"8ti i W<<. i Ad eas! r -.. "

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.. i .Iwifihyoti,... ; .:would.: :.I brr1s 1. a; my : die; Mil:;: :Jy the;."use '.o( they, -are:-J9 okifgVon. :This might seem

A V.1* .1ll. I shiYlw t of tfteek 'j :: '' "..'1.t- salt.the..inbOlubie>- : compounds,., of"potash to: be' "'atiiBuUtioo/,, ; ..'..'... k, _is:BO*.*

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r. .,..t! city' and.telensentsi ;Foyrhich.theyarecopo : vent known, and these=:cunning amen
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<" ptnkinshapefoi\ .the; .roots, avail.themselves. of it .tor liberate. a
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y 1. .... \jJo.: : ....''.;......=..--..."...."!.......'. ($2 )r'I 6 :pay the Farmer' be: greatly .benefitted;; by the ap? available form, 'so that the'plants are

Yv.T} ... ..arljtio iiTriiftdrtnee. .'f FiruS-Grower; to, deb; 15,. '1898.sbSild Ii' plication t salt;'or :lime; and. yet I forced!.forward in astonishing .manner "

':No'dJaoooatallowed on oae's be/sorry to bei without i your scarcely a particle of, salt l or l lime may i for a short time. _

.- ..,.,.saha ehridal tto : be found inthe fruit! or. ;wood: by anaPysis. We repeat, therefore, that plantscannot
ti ... libe lowhooauni ionwiU valuable! paper., .'Thankingyou, for. cannot .
a ; This however: ;,\be called be "stimulated," because they:

o --s UiJlo.> sham,.., Write c&.lilrabwriftiooaoHftkiedf for tTo ...... 'ypWjeniencylTim' : truly. pours' "' stimulating the, crops. for the''pJants have no organs, which are capable of

v, MerJ'-.t.; nberiBtfoi :Hex'or,4d;'remit= DR. F. L. BROWN.Hastings ? grew according: ',to their eding: as feeling Hhe effects of anything but

,f $8.00;.we will send; the paper'pee : : Fla. truly as if ,this .had been given in a normal'aid legitimate food supplies..

r<,=. -* !;jtur,. :wd' a copy' oft:Rolfs''Vegetable .a V dressing of?liable_ manure instead of I .
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- -; : ': ,-:, iff :' Growing! '1n', the South -M #Nortbera ;Pleaserdiscontuiue camphorseed something' to unlock. the insoluble Notes.
", > ', '_' f ''' 'JIarbta'potfiaW., For"two. :new sub= my of the., soil_ itself It
compounds
' -":fj;. j&..,. Mliben M&oIi''we; will aead,' ad.. 1 have bad to turn down all ?\r. E., H. Hart desires us to correct
r ', P', ..., ,.. .',. ......,:.._..._- "OPnaPplrorcm. might perhaps.be truly said .t that .the two,errors which the compositors
1, ,A Farmer
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: at-; .': ,. Bsieabt. "; I1 '\7 .' .andFruit-Grower: J is .a' :goodUadvertising Jt naturally would,havedone,..and that of Florida:oranges in the American
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:'"' ,.>>' '"''' -- Rnoee- 'U\U b- :wantT :. 'En RlJMIEY..KeukaLake : ; 'would'cease to ly Oblong it..shouJd. be' "very tittleacid" .
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rietriother -' produce '
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: 9';"' '., 7A. .. W.2 .A.JIB. FRUI!'esomss, ,., ,- \ would be no o ;longer: any.. compoundsto "" the Round Bloods named, one should


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";: : .t"J. '" '' '>'HTHHTS.\ '' .Mr.. ,C. S. Van ,Houteri, proprietor manures may/be .said to produce an may as: en'satthatI'fould not at.all

.. ': II"1: ; .? { Pa, m_ Talks. ; Stock' > and swine t-. Notes..,......... 57eIV : of the.1tlodelo.Park, Pinery, Orlando, effect in addition $their 'pwn'proper do justic o the subject, being" #confined .
.C.if' ,.." : r.'. --: Fla. sent three his effect bv setting Tree'certain elementsof ]
; us, samples ofV to, a limited number of and
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:/_?\:,: r-"; l-:sip>!er Pier=-NO ,rThfj 'Gripe tV Smooth Cayennes, which together fertility held fast in the soil.! For some of the best I wrote being cut out

; ': .;: y.: ;:. & .t.he808.thrNew.'l'lorlda: : Fruit:Quec weighed twenty-two pounds. One of instance,*when 'stable manure decomposes by 'the"editors for the same reason,

; ; :-.. ': <'liaf iad.Repltei.tv. .!.. >!l... vv-,57* them-was. ,plucked a trifle too green,. its carbonic acid gas helps to ,

.J>' .Te.. WtetCTtlK,iwna.The-'AmAUneuk.;; ....580oT'Spottinr perhaps, but ,the others were i in the dissolve the particles of, soil with .
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,i. .,i'a;;;4 ;".VV .u ws & ,andt'Tobacoaiieali best condition that them which it in A ,correspondent, remitting his subscription .
...;......, : o; .New.J i: we ever see comes contact So, too, .
',j: ". c' .; The Mania for. who are not so fortunate to live in in a still greater.degree with.cowpeas says: "I was one of those
::-'.!$,, (, .stot.- .." ;" .-.1} !.....,..'..!!H........ s80 the immediate vicinity of the pineries.In or other green herbage plowed underin unfortunates who banked their sproutsthe
: OS- rwHL AJm f *u.-< reen Rye tax PaaPUaUeg .- fall following the freeze and lost
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", '.: /f,," '-:-- ...._..;' Cbb....e.'................., 58 1 physical characteristics theyiwere summer. In northern latitudes the of them. I will know better .
"""" ;' ,BarietieRaBirCorn: :.t( ; tirden'BcdaSlop- I about t perfect, the peel'so thin and.the carbonic acid gas liberated by the de. everyone "
':i ; pips so slightly elevated 'that the composition! ,a solvent of next time. Inexperienced men
: : : fi .f>lLi ;iteTthe.. :6ootPrerenUve' ; of Cabbage ; strong
,"":I'-chi, 7 "a 1ACaO' ,aitaNa.N.i.' .H.a... ...,....!..._. I: housekeeper could prepare: them with plant food already,in the soil ;; bufi in often bud trees and lose, :nearly or
: : little Flesh : ri hgolden' southern the hot climate quite all of them, but that does not,
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:;, ;; Fooi.TiiT.--Torkey: 'MaMgement;; .PoultryRaWa very waste. a regions
.-.;,-6t.i"" .",, t, ; _From- ',Woman's" Standpotnt..v- 583 makes sucha condemn the system of budding. Any
-....,:!!.f '. yellow, soft.enough to be eaten rapid decomposition of
.'. ......";,iz-,.- F Ov.'"RVmHOUR-I&ea. D r" la" NeedleWork- ; with!'a spoons( heavy with juice, which the green herbage that/ the soil is one who will bank his sprouts in dry
>t. :ii lc V c' '.xSave; the: Pineapple i Peel l .Fertiustn for' flowed .so-copiously, under. the knifethat soured and:injured. cold weather, using dry sand, .can
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,:1. ;s-, .. UHes;Magcol4a 8au4, Hort. ltnralIP4: and hardly make a mistake in, so doi g.
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-_ .... ... ........ breaking open 'a huge comb of-honey. soil has the effect of manure, and
.r'l; l+ .. ." .A P1.aa! tFlcEtmr: t Kotee.. .! s8s Flavor:delicately 'sub-acid and'vinous i some might call it a stimulant, because before' it is done, it will not;answer
;lliesohur.itracti prom Recent Letters;' I
S '::' ) ; requiring'.no. sugar... As much- superior I it enables the roots of the plants to to earth up green. succulent'shoots.
....: ; WneJFJneappleif: ; Plant Food aad Plant"SUmuknU" :
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..-? I f ;; Removal of'the' College. .to the average Red Spanish.of the penetrate the'sOil and absorb its (ere .. ,
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;....;; !. .the Xewedy." ? > h.-.586 Jacksonville a.Nayelor a tility. : or plowing The Removal of the College tile. .

-tF> : C't.: ? ,., r; -- : ...V T*.*....?.. ...;;..*.tJSP7 Jaffa. .is to a common seedling.. ofv a field of corn in the.growing sea Remedy.No .

',)--' ,::' .Weekly Crop' .Balletla; The Famous oinadaMetsn .. son will give it such a start, that ,it action that the board of trustees V
JI ; : y_, ., .. Pfcat,:food., and Plant '!Stimulants." will to :have been "stimulated.
the Palmetto .
., H'< ....'__' '. !;New. 'Uses'' Far. ; ,:; :j86UpPertllkyjGreen seem: ca't ever take will put an end to the
":""' : : .-la.- ; Manuring. ,andtaiaf There is really no such thing as ,But it is not. .stimulation it is.simply scandals that the State

.. #/.. VV:1:.i ;.-.t..r., -t.'o __ ; ,, 1.-.,..VV..H., ....'.. .. ..,i,.i:..._..___'5Tbe t. : stimulating plants except ,by feeding an increased supply:of.'a very forcing Agricultural college are injuring so long as, that

,..,.,- ,'_._i: .-,', .'', ." 1'he'AJ1icukuro1;College_ !. Farm. aM.. Caiie- o. r.!" ..S9s; them, .notwithstanding' ,all! we. hear- kind of plant- ,-.namely l ammonia: school is allowed to remain in Lake
: -:; though we hear less of it.in Florida strained put from the dews and,rain,by
... .. City, Disappointed.ambition on the
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than e1sewber.eaboitt'"stimulating the freshly stirred soil. The. ammoniated -
'. part of individuals and an innate desire
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t;;> :: ,.:;.i=:: ; :- pWeet"udlnE 8eptemter,.7"J8tt,; .' manures; ,"V etc. Men.take alcoholic .wat r of summer dews and to. meddle has kept the school ia &

!r.-t.--- c. ,.u '.. .', > .., 1. .. ... '" drinks, phosphorus or strychnine showers is one ,of ,the most nourish.in .
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;j j'F:: ',.iJ" !.. .,51.. '.. a -II: 'a. 'a89..- which i though:they .are in no sense of plant-foods, this becauseit It'may be.said,that this unjutt to a

;: )' ......S. ;,..,"" (,- ;).<.: .. VT .: : f4 foods ,:give a temporary accession' of is the' ,condensed esSence .of a very large portions perhaps, the majority of<
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t/i :;.r.-"-..-.I"--h"- .! .2 .*.z..c..,. IV: 80 ,'V'I 7 I' :.o>,; the,vegetable world indulges, in no most'available form. of these 'of Lake
.t-. r- "* v.> So 80.T majority good people
." ,3"-*' .75 91 70 21 ,
: .- --t..;'VvJ j.r'.i. ;, .4.-. .18 SJ. TO la ." .aG'' such; excesses,' for the :simple reason The: same is true, to a greater or City .should'have risen in ,their'''fightand
-.; ,.,: ";>: 1" "'. :S 'l- ,'-' ,e 85 7* IJ 78 ",98; that plants,have no 'nervous systems. less extent, of all kinds:of liquid manures.
< _- ''|;_. -i1, O,.",. .78 '19 5 77 ..8 81 '.13 demanded the silence of those
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"-" "- :"':';:'i< '/.'..... ,...,.,:..t...\. 77; :.78 83 75 8 79 1.25 There is'such a'thing as forcing plantsbygivngV .' 'No, food is available: to the who,were striving to' ruin one of the:

..:, '" ".';.": ----1---'77 79' 16 '3 11" '14 79 .37' : % :them, real. food i in,:such plant except i in:a liquid .form, ,audit State institutions. Is any mite worthyto

.:;.. \ .,. forms as are 'most.easily: assimilated ; it is already in:that ,form when applied teach who under condition
: ''riiotnlok1 1,3,61nciies., can, any .
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,-;14"::.:(; .".: ,::": .,.,-..,-. '0....,...,;..;....:..'... .., -, I but iin food':.none the less, and.not it is at once greedily absorbed and the whatever threaten to kill his opponent,

..;....;.;. ..-;:>.,. ,4'.L ',,:,:.-A.. 'J:,; MITCHELL-._ ,_ Obeenrw., .Ft :.., !'stimulant.;" It is also true that'some' plant receives an unwonted impetus.If Should sot he and all who sustain him

""-'I. ," -...:- ', .:.-: -' ..: .'" .';" kinds of fertilizers may after. a !time it were'possible to unlock 'all, :or. be driven to silence by the overwhelm" *

..... ;. = r, +..i;rear. Recent' LettKs., become, apparently' noneflective; but nearly all, available, plant-focHVin: ing indignation,of all! the best people,VV
''. : 2. < this is notlike..the drug which loses l its the soil! it_would speedily become .exhausted.
Vi.f: .....' SiWwti, ". islelling at a dOllar--., v an Move the college toga peaceful rail, _
sometimes
: '. =jf e&ctoatSe'human; svstenffrom;: ( repealed -This happens:in appreciative community :and do it'.it' 3 <
:. : ; palr.brrfl: and; result get. f '
mosey' light, sandy.soils because can bereadily
." c. .'- doing: ; they !; once. It will never be anything! but.-
j r. j |4eotyam; & o u- Florida. -- ,farmcrj,' In,.[the: ,apparent effectof: V some( ;forced to part-with ,their stores source f.troub1e50 loof at it remains- *

'<'41! .. :.II er Kie. c u i'you ($s Oo.a: \ .III.ft.AL cloeedre. kinds ;of''substances 'such/as salt and of fertility ;by 'salvents.hence,, the in Lake City.- Brooksviite New Il4II.
..: j.- Hon: certain i soils there necessity of frequent manuring of this: -: '
: ." =\ pi "pI ce( ;!myFam seems, tobeaike'timulatlon itter.
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;7 class;of:soils i ,"' Heavycfaysor's' .. -
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-r 'Fruit-Grower.: -'- -- elect is. pt9duced on the;wnt" notbathepkmt with V their,store* mere slowly/! 'The valitttiofl of property subject to

."""', :.- w ,:4 *' "/r ="Yotirs.l"? 'J! irtdy? :: :Limek'apo. rful I sol The Hindoo:]j ggl rs, by the secret taxation in,St, Augustine ". -r' .

... ,!,',",,=.. 'r'. : f#." .._.. ;..-, r;..8.0;.# .. MILLER.1 'J' yw,and i rts.bawfciai. .. e ect iegtaer- use of electricity, move,thek:auditors $2,570,250., and tie tax levy iapr:":

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disposed of t ": (c \for .$6 eUfetcb above ,while, :.
\ ooo; white thetoop of aobther.,grove lottMlllower.price ...""top' qeotattoi. .. .poor" ,

Gua9a5.l.;. i... ....................7S to'lm I'. ," ." ," ', .. .. .. ..:--t.... !
of 60 b nold,for $1,400. -.f.i : '' -
1 trees. M <* ..,. ; .....' i Pears,LeConte..v........'.....'...1.25 A'r ',.. .:..'.0
OcaU. Banner.', .i Pegr$,.'] ffer....;. !!... ....... .!...............1.2$ ); .f '- -- .. ;.
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r' Mr., G. P.,;Bryaif and.'son'.' .Groyer,, irapee...! crate..*...;:; >*::. -V..ft< .-" :,15.10.1.00Pines' .J: J3'LA. ,
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f U of )New Smyrot",-.were -, pleasant YS callers ,6iB0asMes3i 4ii.v.f.A.j&;(.v..f......'.-..box..i.i.-...<. ..axo 3.50'Jngtith'PtaS. ;: :the, business:oif merchants! ,,planters.and"fruit: grower ". '

aEt-Advocate"- ".o ffi. ce.on; Wednesday; : dried,..!.!.:..._.....bu....,;;.,,1.25 =
: Peanuts; best brand...... .............04 to.:.05 All accounts have. personal attention. Drafts on Eng r
.Mrare: entlgpurcbai> dbver:2: .-... ... ,. .
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cabbage N 1f.I i ; j ,0710,00'otatoe '
I : t .t k .
head of cattle and,is now fencing I P ,i..7.v..iv.. : ...".....bbl.:....22.65 land and the. ;continent 'bought; and sold on favorable.
ooo Ot1ionSt'- .-,.,,....., ... bbl.......... .' .
in over sax'miles'of Iand ;:along-the=In I''JIigra. :;..1:ji-a.a.......'..'..''H.t r w.......OQg.,.1......3.00..18 terms.. r.; *' J R. C.COOLEY, Cashter.JAHES .' .., .-

dniB/Rivertokriear" ;: :Ilyrata. for a .VEGETABLES. -'AND. 1'0. l1LTRY.' _*"_M.-i SCtIUFIACHERcPresident. vC .- ? _..- HU- ._ > _I;
\t1 lieaa'' He}:wth 1:: alstthave; "1"'v*"'- '
cttTeii COrrected by Dam. .S B.oblnioJ'
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'erect d.nearJhehear1! 4'Q fIn '; -
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.. kiiver.so that he' ,can "easilyplacehiiitockonboard Sweet reilow Potato Yatn..i..iu..buh;*.-:..:...;:,: :.,,......; 45.to"-..co.50Jubbardsquash C.C.flbbeItsonRea1EstateFIRE ;
'" ,;...,;...,...:..,bbl _
y : :the; cars e of, lettuce......n.:....,,.......,........-.do: .25 to 1.50.30 .
rile'FtE.! 'C,"R .;and ship: thtra to lelery, Florida .........' ..;.....* w '. nose "
S 'PkAy. ,, ;; .,. ,,.,' b1j
pO. Cuba where.they,'.can:_.be 'landed in Tomatoes; .!v.".::.:!...->..;.!>..,.cr&te.4!' ...2.00!ootosr3o to 3.So INSURANCE ANDHOUSE ," ,

Sweet Pepper .;.:-'i......,.;.:ik %;, .glutted '. .
three Mtaiaii :Mr. : ii. '
days 'via, ( Bryan. Green Beam.............,...... cr&te..i.5otoa, '00Sh' : RENTING; AGENCY.. : "i.: ,
says the. gra mg > '-;:excellent' in; the umplLlss, y. .*! .t;;\,.. .. : ;
: ., ./ ..... .i..c&ch .
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i e : .3 to. .10'arsle7V. "
cattle'willdowell
\ aboVe'iectkra. and'SJ ; ,; ...:.perdos..bunchtl ',30 Hogan. and Adams,:Street,. Jacksonville :. Fla.; 'i -. =;

this MWacli. ;Titusr ille l dv&t :. Green onions, i doz. bunches I. .
.per .
-< ;oa,; ..:... '.>., t j..,.,; ""'.' '.,,*,:>'/; 'F w 4h--<"" 'cpper.hot..:!..>:........,:...'..bushel, ....25.SoSage.weTlenredl.1.N..y.r..3 *. :Doa', general- ll :Est te.a1.fSlness.Spe: lal Attentioh -, : '
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:t 9 ,'--j 'r' :; c'L "' BsL.-; .. \I.., i.--.....-...::......... .25 r to'30Loostcri. 75 r :given:'to, .:" h 'l1gnglpr9perb'{ : Very large ', .
,: -* Mr; ,.P}y;:C; ;]Daffy retirnedj from ..._.__..........m_ .11.E .soto 25 '
T Taapa.M&iday ;havingtturned'rover: tolfiowu..._. ..._....,... ....... .i x# td ,25! and spine gopdspeculationican'be; 'had 'now.oney' ., '
y Turkelllperpound;; .r2Ducks..r. ,_ .._
i the CediurHammock tobacco rto'lilesa ) : ...... .:... .. gross. .i"i Jacksonville f -a
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I r i j j 30 .
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: (:Co./They will)finish(ihework;;, on it Leeks Geese,7...,..,'...-......;..-.....doz..,1..N..s bunches.. ; '..40 to LEND bri Pr per i'-'Onlr-: _-*

,k>r:about tenJceBtsj: ** pound and. sell ..........per.,.:i.-......per dos -.30.15RadiJhcs. Otiat a OtroVes TJtQ.ft Teals and': '
Cucumbers,......,;.......*.....crate zoo to 3.00 : nPb
,jt/or:; .soajethiiig overt: a pound:, It Spinach......_..,.\........per bushel none '
.- will :J be heard;from jn. about/a inonth.Mr. .. S alsify-........per dozen bunches none s hQte. Pipeiiies. "
eau1iB.owu,..... ..... _. ; .perbbt s'00Turnlpe. ,
.* \fluffy: :;'says:' tKeirtwo i : _,curing ,<..'u.......,...;.'.j........ bunch *, >03
house are'Mlingf small l lots of Florida Honey,.'..._',.. section ;.io ,F'A 1'XS. 'TI LiPiio1 E, 184 _
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\up with .. New Potatoes.,...;.......;.'...barrel 2.75 .
Q tobacco froflft::all:over;the.countryAt.aBofeetJVouseVhe Squaah:.. _...;...;..... ....,...CTate 1.00 '

,: : .: f rsawa..r.' *; Cuban." pay Melons -H.'H.; .;,: ...-,.....VffV..;..4Cantaloupes. .....-..bbl.ch' =.23 .to .400.J5 : SK@IIRRU FUR 8TUDKNI' ":

-$1.35 "it,.pound; for: ..U :,bale ;or.mix: : d Lima beans.. !.;,.i..,..';.!;............gt.1oto, ,15 81TUBTIONSM: :- > "

,Florida fgrown\:tobacco. ;Mr., Duffy: : ': : ,.- : ,.' _/ .,:
ASSEY'SJacksonville
- a ,has::plants. .iir his "seed :.be canying ,Mr; C;;,;,S.'Van .Hputeri,< of. ModeloPark .. > "' :. ":' :.0 .

,: ,., severali" leaves'and': willbegin') ;to set 'i pinery just'oatsideof Orlando .. .,'
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in : =Braidefitown :
w plants :Jew Weeks- "
Friday-shipped 100aafes'of apples '
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TheOrllliidpilepprterandlhe{ ; -TitrtiyilK !! of.that fruit being sent'out' from hisS ....' :'. ;"
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:Star:: have bad'a;little contra: ;ctiqhjust'i ''"at a'time when the east, .' ,.j.-, .. .
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coast fruit i has all J beenmarketedwill 4-, : ... ;
yer y pyer;the t relative : 'profitablehew practically '"'" t' ::
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oC.'ptneapples ?in;'Orange'county:'and bring thousands'.of; dol : : 'Fla., w ,:.

on the East coast "-The.Orange puntyfplants -. lars"into, Orlando Orlando l Reported Columbus .Qa. ,,,' .-
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are"allhedded, 1 but the Reporter >: ''>
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,3 $' W. :: Birmingham Ala..Montgomery./ *- -
offered to'Inake Ii' ; ,
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ojf one.;iacie'with,:auyAacrefan'Indian'/ 'Ala.
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tivetthe: :total cost : be .deducted e : ; :
; to SCHOOLS THE :, : I'
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THE GREAT
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from, :the total,receipts' ,:which i .seemsfair" :tqICKLWQRIC, ...., .. '. ., i SOUTH, ''': ... ,, "-

.'eaol i gh.; 'The ::Reporter .saysl'What ; 'Ifs: paying for'FrulU and 'Veg CHEAPEST," ,.....,. AND- ,. 'BESTS .
diderence""does-h i make whether etablcs shipped to' us is onr motto. Wt .. '

: ;the.' rn(i is shedded/or.not'if; (; the GIVE FIRST GOO PLACE-SENT B5CAUSS US BY.WQ GROWERS NEV1 R' !3end for Catalogue, Address, ,(Nearest ScliooL-g.. .,'
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BUY.OURSJU,VES.. \.They are,protected '
Boer is added the of i ? -
: ,to cost production .by bar 40 years experience without default. < ESTABLISHED iS13J . '.h;. ;; ,
You doB't'have' 'to.shed.: your; pines tot Ing a dollar Enquire as to our.standing "fie,
:< >,and financial stability which bant> or yA -- it-YY+
: "..them.from cold-:and, that::isf .merchants having mercantile any report can A.-BOtJRS : :
WILLIAM ; 'rt
,'- .-; !!t., Iel"zio} :bettults i '; :as'the' verify MKTCHOD then WILL try us I SATISFY-WR BEUBVE YOU. Send OUR ,

friirregltr'piotectiori:! #: ; \ from the! sun K your same for our quotations.:' Stencil and

.. :ait weS : We will, be willing"tp.com- cards" free. letters.promptly answered,, Grain Garden Seeds (and Fertilizers F ;:

>. pare figw e):Nvitbf': you Xan: 'acre-not FRENCH: :CO.,; ,. ,
: : for:one year, buti:for a term:of ; ; ->![ -- 4 -" -
;;.. : :: : : ; : years st. Hew 'York.BradUy 22 wE5-S'BA? .T., JAU19TVILY. PLA
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alter- the fact,,th tNtheaaast.coast. ; ;isheadland '
Commission :Merchants : : >,
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MURIATE POTASH
,'t'\7 e! the culture.'of this<:;fruit is. ',conductedmen : : : IriN FINS, ; ,:. _

,/f'. mostly: "by iof',average. Bs"airindU&tni as Fruit.i l Auctioneers. 'avLW4TUD ANA> : *SULrHA.fE"PoTJH; :::

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C41." ":JtM.,: .:..,__ .A... i.1 ... ',PLORIDA_ ::'"Vi.U'Iaft.. .:. i AND TBUIT-GSOWSR.. :->. .' ", ."' ;0_ .n."' ._!;o ; J: s>-- SBPTBMBBB;; "" >':"12.."" .. l-

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CKOP'*M M ofaa inch' :The'Flor' Ea] Tofeacco .Coea- -
:y WBEKLY wide; ; ?; aM .
.'. ,- "' .r..,...' -:. pnt rh" .what t: the i any. has been.'#g ifei4-letters i : patent ....... .

,', "; 'IIt.. .', ;:" .._ .... -."1 ....6 ...'.......,.. :. f. a..". :'fibres, zl&a---e hiD. p .wh 6 dd'busIaesB.inpcThe: !;:capital "'I.. ::: :;",
; '31Z6,1897.GENiiiiLL -!. ,. re i: of'a revolving cylinder, '6fthe.ncw.corporation. js ,feed
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::'f'" -. ;;r,.f;.!' .L :,.,:'. ". __', :with(spikes, .'gi :these strips t $ ,cooone; principally.byOcala: lli ",.- {

r .... ..s; : ,'. -:.SUMMARY.fyte '. "., :. culiw:value; ple, and' its: business wiH l! be tolandle 1
'. peattr Ti j; portion\ of\- tie wtek z -&:11M. ,tTfaestHps are tKea'carefully{ ; ; :Florida.growntbbacc6: etc.. .

( t -' ed lato;: &1 washboard? frame.. One of*the;most;; promising .orangeproves ,

= .,. corti:and hay i ; sill::,whkh.'werejcafnp ; the.best.hearrt; cypress,,and the in this section,that known:ashe

.on.with : activity.:., Rainfall, i put together(by,pressure, th i_! Tom! : Johnson grove, .t twoand; .alalf ,f

__.,f-: ,. '.,. WM,deficient;over' Westei* apd a&aikallkBger!:, ,of,shrinkage :;miles;.below the city,,'belonging

_1i 4',' r.'', 4gif:of' Northern, :an de. $alraldi;: ;. value:of these washboards : o.BeggsPalnaer.; .' This years! 'crop '
: ., Shortest t Most Attractive
-i:' < \ i I' :.week.i 'closeo:"hOwcv, &e peculiar.,,quality of the estimated at 400 boxes.=0rland6 $ Quickest, .
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: diirilitted ; ployed;;?which,, as; prepared= ; 1
,_: showers fairly I ,well : Reporter. ROUT: :
J :i wiviog:sweet::!poUtbcs, ,ant improvii : Season. ,;;ppsessesta'.resilient! ; "V eDO: longer believe> the,old theory BETWEEN .

"- a&e,."aixicittiis. ,.- .. c= at.It' is nowevTdent i which rapidly: ; cts. the five or ten acres is all the'land riaverige FLORIDA POINTS AND THE NORTH
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k that' ', cora .beVmjbx little *ot; ,the bOOrcommj> : THB
: cotton are l ; ,grower.needs. Every..successrul -

average,= i tj the ywU f;will.beat ttboarl ; fruit grower_:should have: a well Florida Central and Peninsular
( shown- the
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-. .J _::S rially'reduced"Cotton;, s dpen- ._farm for corn,' peas,. sweetpotatoes
.r .Mpidly and is.being gathered and port&is)onejhathas sorghum'and:'garden crops.' NEW THROUGH_ ROUTES.

...: 'al Ik. e delays,possible:. ia.;use for,twomonths,. and;' Sweet, potatoes should never planted : New York to Jacksonville by
.
NewFlorida.: Pennsylvania It. B. to Wash
M one
\ been i passed about from { -
j gels some' p ntdamage: : : n:an orange grove,as the salamanders ." and Ington' Southern Railway to
another., it is.,as;,goodies Northern Columbia., Florid Central, &
; fps .'catpillariral8, ;; l in'oae:: .:*- fnvariablf/dliow the crop and- eat the Air Line.Ginclimatl Peninsular to all principal
: r .tiO nii,the, I Qtiii"ed'alb. : ".g those)rho have:us&d it are-- all ".of.treVhe .the grove gets points in Florida.
'
__ :>- deitsbe; ; 'growth c" ;,:fafidlls; -dying' .: mind aslto Usefulness. One into full, bearing nothing should".beaken Cincinnati to Harriman o-.
) tion & Crescent
by Queen ; ,
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; MisS"F.; S Swindel; wife of the
of' ekvwere too dry ; of that field but fruit and
t TOt early! days w :;:: out ; llarriman Junction to ABhe-
';>> for fall gardens over; W.NOth. &, I*-. ;loadmaster--writes; in lay. llence 'importance of a.well .:Aeheville. & villa ern and Railway Columbia and by Florida South .

ern, an renter= :numb >tral astic terms of i value;: and* \! vatedJarn; l large or ;small I, aside' Jacksonville*!Central&Pongngular -Columbia -

L 1cotuities_' aShip ent",or; .--l4p. newtabor-saving< : device is from' the,grove.-Richn ond :item in s) to Jacksonville.

s' 'Iron. Orangecounty; is gradually:dimkkhing. .. prove popular] i.is indicated i by usi 'Lake. Region.. Cincinnati Cincinnati Queen & Crescent to Jacksonville to Chattanooga by
i "Conditions..ere'\- "favorabk : that(:the;:first day: Mr. Kennon and; Southern K'y to Ever-
', R. T Young, ;returned :laSt night Florida, }etta,Florida Central& Peninsular
board market J ,
obi : -
the
t ,overi a vportioa ='of--the. Southern among : Limited. to all important Florida.
grocers .he. edordets for f from a :visittohis ine-plac at Mango, points.
o < >
_f Diwhq; a.late. ;ji QaFpl ,::citrus: time p 'Mr.K which .He.has a grove .of ,fifteen Kansas' Kansas City Tort Scott &
ago.
ttftts and "seed-plants} "benefited' Some, City Memphis R.R.to Kansas ,
;were City
Iris: in and
tion wasdrawn.. to the ..splendidgrowing con ,1 to Birmingham,Southern R'
Tie weather Jackno'villeThro'
and
:cloudy ifiowery dition and this to Everetle, JTla. Central &
will between
: : yield
whicii the:rice ;'of the year Line
.'. :characterizing' closing days of' week crop Peninsular to all Fla. points.,
: handled at the large fanning 300 and,400'crates.. Mr. Young also St. Louis to Jacksonville by
favorable for, .trenspfanting for : \
vory< devotes considerable Cairo Short Line to Du ,
a area.to Quoin
;oo. .. .Wl.j dens.. :RalIf gradully, ; _dilshedUillaad which. i are so Conducted (to celery Holly 8p'g Illinois Central to BP'RS, ,
:; with much ,success. He returned .' }
\ Ilonte.Holly Kansas City Memphis 4 Birmingham -
i i whereHwe planter \little more.tha.nfifty: ;
> howcrer ,
to
Sou.
._ Kb.., F rurejsfneedeij 0., of !his crap in. cleaned!- : :rice.: r duration Saturday, night tai the from a trip' of :some ". E'yto Everette Birmingham and F. C,&P.
:
famous
{ celery'farms .
anses'frorthe: manner in Sioux City& Chicago to Jacksonville
; ,;. 3 >_ :i A.. J.. MITCHELL! ,> : near '..Rochester, ,N.. y'and 111. Cent. to HollT'Route
Director Jacksonville :'Fla/ heavy'nS crush and pound Sp'a}Bp'gs. K.,0. M. & B. to Birniingham -
.J ,vSection? ,; .
,, other Northern.sections.devoted its: Sou. It'y to Ever-
reducing large, proportion.
..' .... ette and the F, O. i P.Jouls'ille .' '
.,, culture. He finds:the.celer/
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,
and which 1 ,growers
The" :Fainous.Cis l. i1,MjIe :aeIon.as A broken grains, 'is, &Naehllle to Rive
o
'"' .. .. .p by the millers! 'in; the n a.ntf up.there have.just as' many;,diseases, New Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. only
"* -- Caiilda. us and difficulties,to contend with as the U To }route with through sleepers'between
riGeflourTq'do :with
.3 : ; : -. : waY 1'"j\ Jaekso'ville. New Orleans and
.. (=' ;!tnmchai. .- ;tile 'Flor.theirs. -. Me.Kennon'hjiiventedand' ; growers re, i f.not more, and ,he returns : : Jacksonville. ''

..... ;, ; .i, i ''. ,'Awefitiwueofthc ': ed;a*''device'for"ImUingrice: ,: perfectly satisfied that we, ,have:. Florida The"?.running.C. & P.througb baa TOO the.miles of track la, '.',

; ., -' Garden and' ,For. derives its 'value fronr 'the:' :the best facilities for,raising celery of; 2'-lHlNe "
ebt"J says':._ /Among; the ;.most notableolerings t any section, of 'theo The;, BC M'Pon \nQ and Dairy/fafam, .
: ; ; resilient. .quality,of the?, palm,-: ; \CoJ19. Y. 'Peach mid Strawberry Lands,
.' of.fruits now, "seta,.ar ilOtJ1e described.. i. Northern .growers. must grow their Orange. ,Banana .Pineapple.fteuntry.. .
$ '
.'. ,.Montreal: muskmclocs., Tltcsce" =mot :This: mill is made from the celery in 'the:Tall'and, keep, 'it throughthe \ htt Hot hat OU Belt.Silver Spring and '

-- oflly :of immeowsiz;" 'biio". the,black palmetto and :' winter, which is a risky ancl roublesome Oihcr Pine Scenery. '
Great
V Th Hunting Country.Eeachc
,for and)quality,. due'm:sow: measure ordinary grist mill in shape. 'matter! Tampa :Herald.. : *the Noted pithing Ot' tta4.

_ ; 1s'" : : : 'to t11 V of soils in the State,and above all
t" .,days--of. the brief! CaBadA'stHiicftert.and' '. segments; ,each fifteen and of tobacco, .during the week'1 ,passed. Runs over the Central Rldgelaml
:Y; ,_ seeds{of these ,famous melons,'(all to fourths..incfies ;jn diameter, Messrs., Geo. E. Wilson and W. 'W. ,Where It Is High and Healthy

give,as lar e'and as- good fruits'!in thif andthree-fourtbs inces thick. Clark, :sold their entire crop: of somewhere ,. Prosperous towns-fill its route and lto *rs
_'" the best freight facilities for any pnxksed to
regiea, .' ;*Sncaof thssaelne ;twitft.e.pv1r lower:disk:is placed i in a;cast m. .:neighborhood ofof, ,12, the Northern markets.
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.of. 1M i',box jatfekh would. Send also for the best map of :Florida(seat,
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,oichs: the price asked.on,Saturday upper:disk infixed, but the : putting forty acres in ,for the fall crop, Jacksonville,Ha.The

"':' ,i in_the fancy fruit:"jtoriBi.;,.Aat cepiofially be; raised' 'or. lowered- at' will. which is more ,than doubling their Fli,Cent & Peniolsr R. 8,. .

!..l .large.one, .; weighed,twesty-four miUIs intended only for '' acreage. ,:M '.;-Br S. Ashley disposedof .
1..f( average'weifMto nfOli, tiefSr':' but 'will hull ,eight his crop.also to the same parties. Offers to Shippers '"

8 *r- < eighteen. t,poundi. jrKew ,- [ rise man, ::hour, yielding : : Mr. Wm* -Lyle! sold. his, crop, which The ,SkrM t .afii Q QIkt t W' .

a':; '.. ., .. pounds'of.the'rough.grain 120 :was tstiniated at about'; four thousand BETWEENFLORIDA

..- ,Uaec" for.,the, Palmetto.As ojf clean rice. .The value of pounds to- he Vuelto. Abajo: Com. : AND ALL POINTS i

..,... ,--fe" welt .known' to all'who.-are' Ear'' tion es'inth mann. lI&in : pany of this city 'The prices in allthese THE EAST. .AND W38T.

,li 'with the free t" the;wood- of -tHehas working_ ..v -surface,of' the disks. ___ cases are kept t.secret, though it :With Improved; Yentilated Can,tfei*'eelS"
;-Im a. .;!peculiar fibtow. swfeee.. :," ened,'givingthesame' reSili is prettywell'undeistoad'thatthey runfrnlri pan, is better equipped than ever ever to '
..wwc t:"has been so afllzedllr'wxonnon : !Mr. C.;;. as that ..w hlch.cnaracterizes, t thirty-five :to forty-five cents handle insure close the Orange connections and Vegetable and prompt Crete.do atoh a4 .

: as etc.'.enable'KHB tf'N1ot ,wafiJwwd/aBd. :,which,is The fact that, the sellers will_plant to all Eastern and Western Markeu.. "';, ," ....

.. :upon'the';market j a:wash ea t"bfci' hull., the1 grains:, The : again and on, a"; much-larger: scale, is out ThroEgh ohaBge oars or to destination wifek-. '

-::m; eeaistiydescribed.asi' a :labor;;; wood;:.however:,.,'is .sufficiently evidence.enoughlthattheyi have made Perishable delay* .by wire ftfri. :;

't i e:and soap-saving machiae.. Inthiwawrfacture I to give away! before the ricep,w money.BartowCourierInformant.! : tion Uppers points advised and arrival time at pasBing desU variouf a OR. jgga.'", .--''

7.of;/this .board what 'w ,stead of tieing : J..,M.:Tucker on SaBdajr!buried,.a All claims'for. overcharge auctION" promH .'''-

''kown">as -the middle' growth", ,--e'ofwell ", .--Ta. .oa Tribune.. -. sailor from, a-yes: atPort, Tampa, lyadjoited.: o0ds 'areMae-

: 'is used.' .' i'his'w.first cut:iatobteeltt -.- ;' and a..certificate,jmade out by:Dr. Al via.LC.&PLL: ,;


: 'i then'squared'in: :swh a'maoMr-. :asis Ibe',raarket'a 'very- nice sunstroke, 'Thiswe.believe, Js the CX S. TAYLOR TrtY.A'st.OealaFfi
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: NURSERIES' i :TheUural .New yorker* .4vori-tho:- ap- SMOOTH- CAYENNE'- "' ,

4..HAVEN wintment ofj/a. taribi:..jcoumi, i6n. It ...

;: ;:-'..'} >.;..!... ,- ,.\ '. __ _,1<;?;,:"L::!:. ,;,;...,. ,., -' should be composed rnen'as strong; .!5.thoseSelected'for pll. 'r f tEAP(. p. : .1 .. .'E.i ;

.\..'.-Qf r their. ,,line. Stock. "of 't OITKUfi;/'.,TREES. ,at .Beduced Prices' the:'United State Supreme ... SUCKERS) ..1i. -". ::
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-' / 'f: = ilo ood'St..3litihael: hearings and regulate rates, of tariff; J.P..:ALL) Y ., : 'Pule'Cs Ue,P1ar
Psatioa Brii R blkn; ; a ;duffs, Wash. :; Navels, as eeems best for the-entire country. It

'Trt #;;Daney,'sing Tangerines; Villa Franca'L H oD&, would be 'a.great achievement for, the .The Hart Deli ielo.,

t::,Triump;.'Ma_. h.Seedless;':"Thor.. ... Silpey4Claiter. :Pomelos. :. present administration; after having Specially recommended by the nomenclature -
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r the'Dingley a law oUbe State Horticultural80
& At'aft '100 f, xtoffon 600 lots.i : -- '
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: .; {; _,. 6ptr: oiaper.c;; : a commission; for regulating, ciety.Lluds3lbOperhurdrodtIO.OOperthousand.. ; :; PHILLIPS IWOS.73M5 -"

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'- : '" All trees are'budded) < low on'r- gh'lemon" stocker bcmt 1}.inch diameter Buds' '. ?* Cbuluota, Orange couzs ', Fla

;. ." ,4 6 first class in .relpect and d true to name., ... .. .
< i Lo,.. feet high-\, : eve gnalant !. A fertilizer is soMllt the.East forabout.g9 : STRAWBERRY PLANTS now ready.'

,c: Addrele t ;BIOHARD KTEMM; ; Winter Haven, Fla. a ton that analy ra's in: value about 13 yOOiOOO plant,nametv: ImprovedNewntns, '

; t :: I ior cent. It i is c6mi!>osel principally! : Lady.. Thompsons Clouds, liofmans Rising
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... t;. Pro ific. Orders filled promptly. Packing the ...
(: fared. *: *. best R. Puddy, lAwtey Pla.CAMPHOR .
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Onsranteedtwoyears.WriteforlilnsttatedCatalogueabowh
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styles.PricvealnplalnfgoreLTeetlmo' lafrtmneveryatate. Highest HavQ you:not some neighbor or friend / SIU D.-I am booking orders for; !-
UODo-Tbelargeatftnd nest. .. in some other State to whom you would \J camphor Ked from my big trees "true
-.' t1i/MeleslhLllPipBC Uon. rIWtodayforireecatalogne.1hiN like to send the Southern, RuraliSt? If blue. for September delivery. Ed Rnmley,,,
: .= Bf 8.t-7.ElCCe>LCHrtSLmCUUTltO'-PJIee.: Keuia, Fla. 7-34

., .. -: so, send us ten cents, and,we will send, < '.." -:,
y, ; r"f- -. <) _' :< the Euralist as you direct the remainder 00:00'0, STRAWBERRY 'PLANTS-Cldudg,?

: -'Keeping up'FertJHty,; full.food: Value and four-fiths ofthe, 'ma-. of 1897, including the August number. 3 Newnans and Lady Thompsons/ New,,
K. .. nurial value are obtained. Food V luplus' vigorous plants. Indian River Stealings. Write'forpricel.
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Ptol r.rf Wi BJ Brook, tbdis&( Agricult'jf; conege.)I We hope by 1898 they will wish to continue ..C.H.Ch chin, Lawtey, FaUENO11tENAti. '7-3-18,'
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of the manurial value '
four-fifths -
.::} ':.G" '. to keep,us company. ;.
but veryJiW,, : minus-the"cost of and. ', !
:* Soilshave, ;; paoityo r handling crop manure -T STr.AW1tNRKY..
r .. .}folding nitrogen In, soluble compounds. under conditions prevailing 'inMassachusetta'will Mr. Chesboro, in the Faimorand Fruit P Plants-A few thousand plants.of this*

-<( ;iki nitric acid,and ammoniawhile ordinarily : generally' ,be greater Grower, thinks the annual burning .of,the wonderful variety;also Lady Thompson and Improved

phosphoric acid and jta h,,sre: easily than the full maniirial :value,hencE! ;thewdutn forests .obtaitf :grass, for range cattle Newnatu' Write lor prices. Lakcnont:

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b c phosphoric acid"and:: ,'pota k.
kttrot so. :with.nitrogen;;) Tofeedeavorto Whether the crop is pastured cut and THIRTY. THOUSAND NURSERY TREES in:3

.... accumutate working".nlliog6neapi- fid green makes no material difference ""CENT-A-WORD", COLUMN.: Also eluding Seedling Grapefrnt years old-
( of soluble 'materfete. The manurial effects of roots and stubble Hart's and Valencia 'Late, Dancy Tanged '
,'* Thy$he applicfttion RATES:-Twenty words, name and address tines Budded Gra Pineapple, Eureka:
z4 + each aa.nitrateof: ck,IB.folly};:but of' agreenCrop: ;is' always consider one week,25 cents; three weeks 50 cents. Noth- Lemon, and a few Seedless Grapefruit Parson;
'. ,wch capital is desirable and its accumu- able.. ing taken for less than K cents. Brown's and Enterprise Seedless All buds oaGrapefruit. / "

totion in manures, ''Btuuble:and roots of .. Advertisements for this column ,MUST be pre stakes. .stock S years old. Buds grown tof;
paid.. Trees very fine and sure to please both
.. MS and::clover, green crops: to-be Green'Manuring and Something,Else. Send no stamps larger than two cents. as to quality and price. Write .us. BOWYER.:
awed under, etc.,:.i is: sound '.p otice. Initials and figures. count as one word. & STEPHENS, Lakeland Fla. ",.
Yhe In urging the Southern farmer to restore "-
cannot
; : u'- manuring, : increase! ROTHftV
qMOOTHCATUNNK.CHARLOTTB ;
qsanuty! of.phosphoric ,.acid*.of potash, the,fertility of the soil by planting E XCUANGEwaelta Strawberry:plants. Otangetrtes3 Abajo tobacco(tel seed high for, child Abbaka and Golden Queen Pineapple!
the plant returns,.only Wh&t18..recelY- and brown Plants for sale af Modelo Park Pinery. Qaahtyunsurpassed. : '
for
10 cow peas, beggarweed and other: leguminous With red fungus remedy wbitc ..-' -
Address :
the soil neither,does the plant fly) 20 cents each orexchange4 / ORLANDO GRAPJS:
,. ;*el from ;; & .
i plants, the Southern ,Ruralist has $. JOHNSON, FRUI1CO., C. S.VanHouten, Orlando, Fla.. "
: their loss as the soil ba we-ir- t ; 6-s-n ,
prevent :
careful it Manatee, Fla. j
been
:pacity for.their retention. Asgrwnm ;. state.that green manuring .
the alone would( not furnish CABBAGE PLANTS $J PER THOUSAND. FOR U-Smooth Cayenne and Abbakat:
:>Baring plants are vigorous growers complete plan! and Slips. St. Petersburg Pineapple .-

feeding roots are provided with,*an acid food to the soil. It will furnish that thousand.\J Lettuce; Plants and small in stock ze all Celery fall. plants BEAR f HEAD i per.; Co., St.. Petersburg, Pla. 6-ia-is J"|

r ih i-: which exerts a powerful solvent action. FARM Pine Castle Orange Co., Fla. "!
most costly of all plant foods lacking in ,. 9-4-3.
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roots '
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I ;The myriad. ramify throughout You Should See
:F&e soil'dissolving:phosphoric*aoid and the soil, ammonia, but without the other mWENTY-FJVE THOROUGHBRED B, P.
; .4. Those two year King buds on 4 and 6
1. Rock bent, to 3., best strains, 3.000
i only
two to the years
f'jk tash as they grow. ; complete trinity, withoutwhich fifty cents each. MKS GOMPERTS year stocks. The most profitabloorange grows;,
.. soils in late -Bummer or C. W. FOX, Villa Lake Nurseries, Pruitl4&+t
; Unoccupied : plants will not grow successfully, 9 "-3 ,Iady fie, k'1ajATILL : Park Flu. ;
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lose soluble nitrogen. A,. 7-Ji-tf. &..
autumn ; growiag viz:'; potash and phosphoric acid-labor .

crop should therefore Be kept on the to a'great:extent is.lost, provided these Y Y Brewster'EXCHANGE MaM..hous.ltsblt-SUMMER HOME., on, East five SATSUMA TREES and Budwood. Buds f i.oi

'' i l ds. Green manuring enables the farmer two elements_ lacking, or have been acre lot,beautifully 1 located on the coast, for nice by Mall. t8.ooper thousand by

?!> to ,'conserve boll"nitrogenblee'a ; |fe_ e; Chicago perfect
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him simile tcmnit. protK
;"to a cropping ? erty on first-class street, well rented for Florida l
soluble:nitiatee'whichhifiectave prof. Massey has repeatedlylirged.that home and grove. Also:two-tory store and brick Fine Nursery: Stock.For f
bandmaida; 'warmth,1 air and. Bacteria, building in Chicago(well located on paved street
i the leguminous
crops (cowpeas, :beggar-: next 60 days will sell Fine Citrus Nursery
.. : store and owner's flat first floor flats *
on -
_. have been' :producing"under/lock;: ;.and. weedrvetches'etc.), be heavily fertilized well rented together on with paying; "( secon4i Stock at large discount. Send for-.price: 11s4
:key;and to hold tl m;there' during the with potash and',phosphoric acid, and business, for firs)-daSa Florida home. Address grocery, VILLA LAKE .NURSERIES, Fruitland Park,?,

,., ifrlod..s.uturi', winter' and early spring the crop ,fed flowed. in,, in case the OTIS JONES, Vial 7-3r-tf. ';
-=when that active thief, heavy rain; ismost former' the manure applied. All three '9=4-t 115. Monroe' St., Chicago.. 5OO.OOO.Pineapple Plants; from,L 3' per -Mjf

"'! likely to abscond' ;with them.
filudte Lion,'Indian: corn, finishes! gvjMv5ia -. the nitrogen gathered from tbe at- V :ready to transplant,. ,$Sooper.. zco; T. K. ;Indian River,Fla. sayia.I .

by: September 15. .While.fII&wd1gtI1i ; mdepherep.and tlje applied potash o and Qodbey\a1do.-F. ,: ; 7-1-3 '
roots stand ready to absorb the.nit* Have Them. :!
: : phosphoric acid, ready for the succeed /CAMPHOR 8n riiINGS' fine' pot-grown |i
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Itogen" is i faat as liberated' but' these roots ing crop of corn or cotton, 'or'any' other \J stuff six to Jo inches high, ready for plant. 40, 00 fine' Orange and Pomelo Buds os 4, Sand -
eome inactive at the>: ery time'.r i ieoatfrequent crop'deelred.' ing out;.Is per hundred delivered here. 6 year stocks. want to sell'"3 ,ooo is sm

te-. ; .,and nitrogenfor two '. ,T hd Southern Cultivator that JESSAMINE. GARDENS 60 day. by? discount4.Vl .A LAKE NUR68*'.
: says unless Fla.
ofith ifl to be lost by leaching.. 8-ai-3'<. _. Jessimine, IBS, I'ruitiaudPark.F1a.. *. 7JI.tt.1 _-..
,. .1 liiely; ,: the mineral plant foods cai be:some-, _> '

:; ., .M"a... : ; ve4tiveI have* owed' : hite hovprovided.tbey: will decrease a untilmaximum $Strawberry.Plants.: ., STRAWBERRY PLANTS, SchnsdeI'
Nnnans'
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'' until: November 15.1n "the corn crops: ,can.no longer bdgrdwn. lave a fine lot of Lady Thompson and Rising JULIUS SCHNADELBACH, Grand B_y;Ala;: i
W8 This be;done .either by direct .
may pur .
> Seedling Strawberry plants for sale at reduced .;;:
'd.- Winter rye,ia'Isbwn if the land. is chase mineral manures tote,;used on rates. For.prices write J. M. BRowwNL aStarke Don'fc You Forget 4
l- to be unuwd until May 25. .Don't allow the land"or,reinforce the manure pile Florida. 9-U-u
To send for price list of all the leadingvasi
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bare land after:a&rly, potatoes or rye.. or the same result be accomplished
) : can ties of Citrus Trees on i,5 and 6 y ear "
t \ It i* ,bad' practice. Plow.and harrow, by the purchase of the food rich,in phosphate QTRAWBERRYPtANTS t FOR SALE. ..NEWO Discounts according to sue of orders." C. '' .11
rooted
wd sow! some cheap, quick-growing,seed ; and feeding it to stock to,be'malde' 12.00 per nans looo.packed ISeedling.with large st.ha:well gnu n moss plants.in bit f FOX.,Villa Lake Nurseries Fruitland Park,_ t .
the field', keeping down; ,maulinding kets. ,Also the Florida, 7-31-tf. !;{
to firer into manure. Which of these will pay Early admirably adapt .
:weeds preventing'.the. .tHeft best must depend: on circumstances ed tothis',climate, 'Vtt1..tarly. prolific wUh- DO YOU WANT BOMB ABAKKA PLA1
stands Aujjht,protects its bloom and fruit from satisfactory in point of size,thrifUn tt"' :
H. .Q the nitrogen With.valuable 8tock.the feeding of linseed frost. "$i 00 per wj.15.00. per 1000.;'R,'H MsisLAHN -' maturity? If so, write to Cyrus W f Butte; .:,

Clover" peas, vetchesiupinesiandkafew and cottoLieed" meal or' of wheat &.Ox:,Pasadena; FIsu. 5 9116STRAWBERRY : Petersburg. ; l'la.xz 7.....}
other, plants abaorb; !nitfogen> rum bran probably 1 the bet way to enrich PLANTS Improved; New-: r r J

R the air. The' supply Tiikogen in'the the niannre pile. But'there: are.thousands by clean culture- lit the sun. 'VY ABB.OFFBBING CITRUS '

3 1 air,is exhaaatlefts >ad, nitrogen. ,is the orfimne ,who' have not the capital to Reasonableprices.- ; C. 'L.. Clark. 'Switzerland. Best Trees varieties at bottom truo to prices.came, HUa'
: '. &ost expeneive plant food.. Through the Fla. 13-zt\3 for y.J-! ..
keep enough stOck to work up all their ,,. treatment. Write prices, .tAtf 1<< ,
'- .of bacteria whid>> Te10p-into want We can please you. Pbcealx
agency grain; hay and straw into manure; and at .
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1.000,000'Strawberrt Plants three best 1m n.
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; r1es Braldentown,1ia Established in
lttde-nodulee., .;upon; the'roots' of ,thej&nte the same time feed a sufficient, amount proved varieties: j t Clouds, 'zNewnan'ImLO 1., ,
j Mined aboveetioapkeric nitro of these rich foods mainly to enrich the ; ,".-. '..00; Rising'SeeolIng, $tso per:! 1,000 I Need Moriey .iI:'
; b;. Plants and packing guaranteed. R.H ; :
., en is: aseimikted Forsucceefllngrow-; manure pile. These must purchase what --
theee air \ u ers'the soil must Smith tawtey Fla,;*' 8216CHOICE Therefore Twill sell my large Itock"O(
; nitrogen
fcg mineral manure their"crops require; and POtIleto
low
.. .... and trees at very prk:es., .Ati.
... fee well drained and<,3..palwUW, !wtaehfpfeosphork either'mix them with'the manure pile or / sfRAWBKBRY' PLANTS well and popular varieties of O ef"' :

'acid and .lime -'. SIbO .ini4entifu *pply1theaa; 'directly:to.the land.: \J rooted. Properly packed at 'r.so per tbous; trees. from 3 to 6 feet high;, Adttreagpggl. ,:
r ) supply,, as: must they germs of The nitrogen from the atmosphere will. and. Special prices on large lots;' Orders' filledpromptly. lar .W. K. Trimble, BraMeateiHi, .
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: F. ,McClenny Fla. ..
John Tracey ,
.the proper bacteria and.but a small stock make'available the ,mineral 'plant food, 8-21.3 FOR SALE Two IXSB coosty farms, i lj
"".el.'available soil nikogea.: ;;If the proper potash, phosphoric'acid and lime so long s t'- 390 acres. Excellent fot stock!
feetsria absent the : I tobacco; growing W..B.,Cferkaon Jack g' +
are plant powerless as it is in the soiltprovided there lathe PineappleJPlants. Fla. .. ::
;.. to"nee atmospheric nitrogen;:Frery(crop' prop .t iWvation;, but when .exhausted 0"-
1ii ',two valoes food and mawirkiL: Plow win'be' !Abbakas, Queens, Smceth Cayennes, of beet .- .
b1 c Sit aceseary uTa' \
: JUpplYI true to .name. Grown in tfrango ANB PARSON MtOWIi
; :tsbe crop in'and the entire' nfittfi d ,+v l- it as awe lndltated.M !quality'' Prices application.Dicklaon & .I HARTS and Beds, Write tOr prices e4L : .'

: ;ue is obtained_ while if-fed:',wisely" thee f Ins, Orlando;Orange, ,Co.'.-, Fla. +.;''"7-31 .i 23 tf <..W. :,.H.* MANN, Mnaa-rtik" Fl ,.. .
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(' 'Jftjoooohee...;:.ID;{.. ;>..7..<..,:.. .' .:,,,";..,,.i.. .............!.:'..".;;.."....,..,....--iTuesday September 7
*.- .TafUhawfin.n'rr. .............,:::.;;YFa.:.....t.-:..*....:..._.....: .:.. Wednesday 'September $ If
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.J j' QityM Birmlnrbam:.:.' ,...'."......0.>....\:...,<.......! ......SO.....'.....f..... e day, September-14
Xacooohee: .......... ........,...,. ...... .....'.ft,...-. ,.;n. ,,.Wednesday,. September isTsjH )'
*, .>hanoo61 j......H'O', !','. .:......... ....-.:...:.. -.Friday, September 17 '
a KMMMCity......>....i.".. .............0:;....P".to.........i.;',..........Saturday September 18
I t1a1s00o hee.......! ..".....'...i..i.. Monday. September 30.U..J SAFETY! COMFORT! \ 1
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irmlngham ....... .. .....", ..... ....! ..,j.. ......Wednesday, September "
.'...'. .........:.!.!:..:................;................ ...................Friday, September 24 .
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.....,...:...............;....:........u.-............Tuesday September 28 The Fleet(; & composed of the :
.OftteCKy". ,,'"*>...".....<....,/ ...................... ........e.......WednesdayV, September. -
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.CJ Birmingham.....*..:... .................,.. ......,. '....'.,.'Vedllcsday, Sept. 1, 11:00: amaaeoochee. "''f.r. .. .. "
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Ka.MMClty,.:...i..i.- ...;... ..!.. v.............. .............MondaySept 63.00 pm .' .'. .' ;
.CMHAhooenee ....... .........i. ....... .............. ... ... :-.!!....Tuesday.-bepta'7, 4.00 pm : : :. ;.'-Steamera. are .
'BClty,..." ...-.....i.'. .. .......... ........;;......... ........Wednesday,' Sept. 8,5.00pmSept.10,3.00pm ; .- -
.9J'J'.of Krmingham...-... .,..t, ..........; ............... ..,.,......-......Friday, From JACKSpITlLiEFUL? ;,(calling. )
- r Maeooohee .....:.......:...... .!.:.t.:..... ..- .....,..;..i..Saturday/Sept. 116.00pm om CHARUSTOf S; ':,....... ........ }
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vity!.......*....is.: ..,.....i..,%. ............,...i.....*.< ., ,......iTiesoayv oepw.uu: pm* For hours of taflla see"C1Jde Une: !' !
ioochee..v ..... ...... > ..-> :..!':.... ,;.?...::........'*Wedesday'Sept:15,7.30pm \: ,JI-i": ,
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gJtr ef Blrm1agham..u.1; .,... .....Saturday 8ep 18,12.00maaeeeeu S--S. : .
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;LaRlaeClt i ,...,.......... .......iS.i ....<...*....... .\.t..J' ;_Ji./jv.i...Wednesday, Sept 22.3.00pm : of" Y '
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''.':. City, of Macon, Cap"tln Savage,'l vea New: York' .on following} :fates( Vii' :i:.. ,.'".-,'. :: I"::i-::.,. .. '.-1 : :F'r'

'4 'VMondayrSeptlfiV. : \ V --4.Monday. Sept. 2O..: i'1 :r .. :,. ,
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.*: "City of Macon: wilt handle, freight only, not carrying passengers.. [::" -- -. .- 'At : : +'\,= :: Sterners t"I:;

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*.f; Friday, SepLS,. Friday;Sept. 17. ".
Wednesday, Sept. 8. Wednesday Sept. 23. ;
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: Monday, Scpt.-lL.: ? _Monday Sept 27.
._; ei 'QIij'-of Macon will handle freight' only, not carryintfpawengers.: CliYb '.s ST..

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""s W.: BREWER. Ticket and Pus Agent.. Ocean 8.8. Co.,39 Bull St. Savannah, Ga. --' -: ; r ;
.. W.SMITH. Contr. Freight Agent, Ocean 8.8. Co, 13 E. Bay St. Savannah Ga, > ,.
'$, E. 6.ftBZBV A NT. Agent Ocean 8.8. Co.. Savannah Oaa', : Jacksonville. ;Palatka, 1i ta(
:9f ALBa HAW KIt Fla...Pass. Agent Ocean S.8 Co.,224 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.. .." .. .,' ,
r' ; ,234 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.. 4 'j :' Landings:
f .W.t.lARRRLL80LAleDtOooan8.8.eo. Co. 334 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. .. :. -:'_ '. ,....... '
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W.JUlBT'l', Gen'L Agent Cent of Ga lay Broadway ; '. \" :. :
B BRYAN -Jr.,0en'l. Eastern Agent Ocean 8.8. Co.,217 Brodway.N...Y.. &., ( : :4 \ /Hie, ,; .egaat.
W.lLAJtNOLD, Oen'l.Trav,1'asa. Agent Ocean 8.8. Co..31T Broadway New York.. 0. : .: T- i' ; "
a. Pass;;; Agent Ocean 8.H. Co, 317 Broadway; New York." L"---: ;, .. ., A\ ,. \ ,
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.. tnBNCHllJol. Frt. Agent Ocean 8,8 Co.,317 roadway, ..... / 1< r. < '
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0.,0.WALTON Ticket Agent Ocean 8S. Co.. 37 Broadway kew York. ',,' : N" ( '. ,
_' [gent Cent of Ga. Ry, 317 Broadway, New YorkT :. -.. V3: '. _: .I'apl
% Triv. Cent. of Qa.lty.> 311 Broadway,New York. '
S ltP&ICK. Eastern, Frt Frt..gont Agent Plant S Syeteta 961 Broadway New York: >'. v jad.: n'tc':.....}.;.....,,......... :
East Pass.'Agent.Plant Systenai 361 Broadway*,New York, It11ve' ,' Sanro ....!'.. .....-'....i." ..... .......-
J. t, ADAM. Gen'1:Eaat. Agent F,C.-& P.R. 8.,358 Broadwa y;New-York.y: .... !' '
'J. A. .DUFFI Eastern Agent G: &'A..R1 .3'ZV Broadway. New.York.. .
S; -S S A. .... SAMPSON Gen'1. Agent O: of G. By; 006 Wuhlnirton St: Boston.- "". G ner .Passenger aJok
.' A.FLANDKR8, New England Agent'Plant>8.temIII1'uhlntrtoo.8L: Boston.. .
ARDBON & BARNARD. Agents Ocean S$ Co. 30 Atlantic Avtu Boston.I .- ..
1 H. SMITH Agent of G.By.,38 South Third St. Philadel -.. '
= ,M LAMMOT, Jr..Agent F. 0. & P R. R. 40 South Third St.. Philadelphia, Pa.ik .. W. II.. .WABBURTON, IfJP. A.,-S
. : -: .GEOFF T.P..AH Plant System,100 South 19th,St.,Philadelphia, Pa.' M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic> :
f. HAILR, General Paseager Agent Savannah Ga., F.'M. IRONHONlltB'Jpe,'ntei
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.. k' 'ngitnnt President Clute.I ; 'President Clute who and jHUagersi; Top Globe egual o'MY'80 far as that no success may bo expected without ':

Y ." ha*;mfffaM>and;:,'.iIU'.}Shealfl has been :' den are inthe; habit: "of planting] a"spring bur,persopal>xpeneneeg6e: sat: abundant supply of manure. Haul, -

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-. :From information the.Ruraliet has we .jnst : The :greatestdifficultyia: :; )inproducin2 a scatter it upon your garden. TRraipe.radishes'and.cablwge r
must : an'aadition to the bilL0f!: :fere 'that goes, crop of plants< If plant oed is1 madoeonvenientto
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rj h i Clute 81 one of'':the most 'damnable out- upon if grown 'earlywinter as .water,and.then shaded par and will repay'you in a large)measaref far

.. .., ;/ ::rages that has,'ever been;'perj>etrated. toow ; in the !epr'Wg. .We, .are 'glad to tially from the :scorching rays of the every 'load they get. :Now, l bfother .

,I: :We ..slncei l jvregrettheseefflmgn'eceaaity ; ; oweer. that this value, of fall August sup, plants may be. had ready toeetb farmer, don't take pur.word for.the state

.- ..- .:, ,' : ofMr..pate's, resigBatton but.: no : gardens being considered. by.. ft.greaternumbepvol y the:early part"of. September, and ments wehave; made. Try It andi&eo i if:
:" <" '-' inn could remain in a town"'and have l kiibw people than in' past;; yeare.-We' if early maturing sorts like Jersey Wake- whatwo say Is true'or not. oi

-:': '.J, ."tfee'membere his family,...insulted on. : are of,iv"'number 'of farmers wHo field Burpee's Allhead Early or Early We commend' careful reading ,;of fee '" .,
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... ['I. v The aoioHM rthe'whol matter seems cabbagefcot'only to-.ituppli their. 8everevweather next winter! .Snapbeans suggestions on the last, page of the .August

55 : to'be the fret that>Mr.' Clute did not'see. own bora who tables;".but to supply thejr;: neigh- are easily grown. .Planted'from:the 15th Ruralist. A fall garden is w irth Ito .

r f:fit to.reooaimend.the. appointment of ahaa ; takeany; 'are time too, busy, growing cotton to to the 20th of August, they will give an the health and happinesaof! tD4itofttk, '.'
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? x < It w(a maerto, be edJhat-'SO: they along! .while been .accus F: and frequently till. December. is -
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; > :aeeM a'man :M Dr./Clcila ebeakh bet j little upon fall gardens as of J : We have.had them that. late more than error Flower, of New York Iwill Mt.v-
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:; : } ; our8tate fColkge''aad.xperin9en : tember soon as cool nights enable them five million dollars valuo to the'ifeoek in

M ;,-. {Station to aptolnti' of nflefulnejtf that farm prot f Me"economic': .feature .of every:. to go through the day: without wilting the hands of thd farmers. New Me' ',.
'k in marked contrast to the:,admimatraDr. provided thg farmer will give some e though the early sorts maybe planted as
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'1. it. panting and ; money rjlfcipinm ii
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':f\. .< ; s- i'A of hU. iaferioffi.of ",' important'queetioQ,which we shall of fresh to. with the Christmas
;; :.<", : aot _.> hot : peas go ; their loans. The 'West and tiE'Svgth'
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tt '\S il pefawiitoi8eaaaaF"Iwpa forhie'home are as I to ,live' on little .grQwwbat t" _
.*n, yew {; ,": :i&er see the;college....go to M& than:;.tosee table. With;"'a great .raajority easily grown as a fell garden, e-op'; as Burned, and. are ',getting out
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if''f.; : TOder ClmV andiTen-. and turnips, no ideaoomplets burden of liens and
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.( tfeat he will obtain a : both Chinese Rose radish- should, la sown -- .' .- 5
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L.:>: .,:..' : :;-, i in BOOM ottw w wbwe; fcia'aew -. preparation both are hardy and WI 8tand sharp freezing '
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:?: :; :.- :,1 ilea'II ,'kwtrectoT,oanaot be.:overthrown < weaker and be sweeter: after the .
v; :" ..50' /. I '_ by petty spite'81 hen'bees:.the.. .i good manure, tilth should;:and be: iliberalappkoa,, : #; ri of froais:fall 'on them. In;sowing! turnip All three ethic- irrigayon- t5 n'JI 'rite
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,'. :" ,'S..+.:. 'ftijif. t 4&t ,l.nA. KftPflf. ..ft. & 5n. 'all, .ova .LA'.. tMnk'fof'_ '- lord thus at times saving the.ip Of lit go in laying yNM.og?

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