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UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida farmer & fruit grower
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 Material Information
Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 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
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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
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System ID: UF00055765:00147
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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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..:;:' ST I TCES We Bhlpped\ pore: peaches from our own orchards tnls THE GLEN ST. 'MARY NURSERY CO4PANY.The

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1;;; .;i.: Pf '' Pioneer Nursery of Baker County, 'Florida.In '. -'. :

J r our Orchards we've.tested a great many varieties. Some of them we've discarded ad ..
: i. : J'W} O ARK'FRUIT GROWERS, worthless; some of them we find to be valuable. Our handsome Illustrated G5.rage
: Catalogue gives you the information that has cost us groat deal of time, and a great deal
: of money to learn. In addition to our large Florida and Gulf Coast trade,we ship extensive:
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,, :'.'< .-: :Everything, :for the South. If ly to you other want countries. We sold over $lOUO.OU) worth of trees last year to,ono.man in Mexico.. .

''J i ,Peach;:Plum Pear Persimmon' Citrus' Fruits ,' '
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.: '/fJ 850_'Varieties.,.A'MILLION and'a half trees Over 300 acres. We can furnish the best trees of the best varieties, free from insects, and guaranteed true to,';; .
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H, WE.MAKE A SPECIALTY OF .SEEDLESS CITRUS FRUIT TUBES.
-,.,j,Jp.. .a. 0_______ MARSH"POMELO (Seedless), JOPPA LATE ORANGE (Seedless), TAHITI ,LIME_ (Seedless)
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::beans, Refuge'ValeD'tlneaDd Best of All, $a 75 per bushel. Golden Wax, Black Wax and Ward- .1 SATSUMA '
v a 2a .? wells;'Kidney: Wax f j as per bushel. lettuce California Cream ft 50 per pound. .Cabbage ORANGE (Seedless), EUREKA LEflON (Seedless;. '- :." .-
: R |i,oo to ft'oo per ponnd. A full line'of .fresh and reliable Seeds as low as first-class Seeds C. TO.. JtRSH.
t can be bought for Florida and Georgia. Rye and Rust Proof Oats. .For,prices and varieties PR0P IeT0R. '. t'T Ta .
: write Catalogue to a ORANGE LEMON LIME AND .. zF'
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public this the finest Citrus Nursery Trees grown in an experience ,
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;.r- ;x'knbwni 'and'thoroughly.approved varieties, 'viz: Satsuma, Mandarin, Parson Brown,' TANGERINE, KING, KUMQUAT., <,
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>- ...:* Boone's.Ea 'IJ'.and Centennial. Jaffa Majorca,Ruby Blood;Stark's or Enterprise Seedless POMELO, ETC. ETC. ',",'j.
:. .? ,! Pineapple,.Homosassa,and Tangerine. Tardlff and King, Duncan and Marsh Seedless "
.. t #_ ) Grapefruit. Seedless Villa' Franca Lemon(matchless). Oblong Kumquat(superiortojtherround .Wood For Sale '
; ).; Budwood at all tlmea. Prices reasonable. Prompt attention to, correapondenia. -
., Address all communications and make all remittances payable to Dormant'DoddIng. : 01 !Trifollata Stocks to order. .;*.

: x ::Milwaukee ,- Florida Orange Ccu,, A full line of Fruit Trees,- Held Grown Roses, Camellias] Japonicas,'Evergreens '" .".:

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-'. t.From;,. ...: the.. choicest- trees in' Florida. Money Peaches. A full line of:Pears and D. L. PIERSON, Montlccllo, Fl4:)"
; -" : Plums. Delicious Celestial Figs.wMulbcrriea that bear four months. ,_ ..
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", 'M.... 'LTrilf oliata stocks one,two and three years old. .All stock clean and- healthy. Send-for- .. inter- GET LES largest '
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-;..'....::;:{' J.- H. GIRARDEAU. ; Prop., Montlcello, Fla.. receive and sell in oaf loadj or mailer..lots, :. ''1;! .
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t 'wrc.*'Vfe'are prepared to:roceivo orders for 50 000 Citrus-and other fruit trees... We can r ** *
L_nal.h all standard varieties of Orange and Pomelos;budded on the Sour, Sweet,.and : s. .. *:,." .. : .
m'TrifoUatastock"Ourtrce this season.are t1nt--elaBlS'and! the'beat.. we, have ever grown N TROPICAL and 5eralTroplcal .
I :->efo ro.\'':Write us,for prices., .Special prices on large.orders.. plants and trees 1
n should be set out at once :
t to .established before Goo.S.Hacker&Sonir\
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':: : Bearing Winter Pot We -mead drown. especially Manufacturers ..".: ._' "'

,7.; ifWe_ will'furnish Budwood dormant,budding of alLthe loading:varieties of Orange,and J for Stock Citrus and Citrus.list and Send Annual BUILDING' --. MATERIAL : .. '
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*:: : HASflNQS. &, WYLIE: Pro rietors.. e ,:'" press or Freight safely; superior money. to'any" "sold.* South,and. thereby"l0r save. '.1'i.', "..?. .
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t" .::1::':;Hastings'' Fall Catalogue' Can Help You





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.J '.EXCELSIOR) REFUGEE' BEANS Quart Packet 35 10cents cents;;Pint20cents Peck $1.00.. O Q E 'Hastings' White Spine (duraiTTjfjpiP'' Packet5cents; Ounce r
;; Bushel S3 50. cents; X Pound 25 cents;
0 Pound 75 cents. .
WARDW LL'5. KIDNEY BLACK BEANS. ." 8 ,CDo! LETTUCE. Drumhead, White Cabbage and Florida Header, Packet I) cents;
-: cents Peck cents' Ounce 20 cents; X Pound 50 cents Pound 11.50..
Pint 25 cents; Quart 40 ; 1.25; Dushel $4.50. 0
BEETS. Eclipse,Lentz Extra Early Egyptian. Packet 3 cents: Ounce cents; (UluniUJli.llC flFNITlFNlP RIPDMHTHA: \ Ready about Oct. 1st.,Packet
\ pound 15 cents; Pound 45 cents. In '0 pound lots,not prepaid$3.00. Oct OCiKIJAUU'VnUWls 5 cents; Ounce 15 cents;
y ( SEED Hasting'Select Strains of American iQrown Cab2 E Ounce 25 cents Jtf'Pound 85 cents; Pound $3.00;'10 Pounds. $27.50.
CABBAr1.E
bago Seed,Sure Crop, Long Island Wakefield and. BinX () .PE niJ.pc: John L., Everbearing- and Home Delight. Packet cents; Pint 25) cents t
.erald King,packet 10 cents; Ounco 25 cents: X Pound 75 cents; Pound $3.50. ; x c Quart. 40 cents.
t Centennial (late) Flat Dutch"and Florida Drumhead, Packet 10 cents; Ounce 25 eta ( ,,0 .
X Pound cents; Pound'52.25. 0 o
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Surehead, All Seasons, O H Hastings & CO.
STANDARD' VAR1ETgS.Genuine][ Deep o ;, :. .
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y Succession, Br- (j W4iblWSeedsmen GWA Je WiI M
press, Etampesi Dwarf Flat Dutch Early Summer,Jersey Wakefield.Early York, Winl'i W
Brunswick and Premium late Flat Dutch ; /5 cents packet, 20 cents
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t_*. : : PINEAPPLES., J trees especially, the stones, which The stock meeting at this city, which
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IF- # tree, lying on the was announced in the Star,some,time
r KNOW. surface all winter, sprout and grow since, met and organized into what is

DO YOU rapidly when spring time comes,, and known as the Orange County Stock
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V yet cherry seeds from the same tree, Protective. Association, with C.V..

J collected by the seed sower, sown in Chapman as chairman and secretary.
RUSSELL ? the way in which seeds are usually If more people realized that ninetyper

1. sown, frequently to grow. In or- cent., of what fresh meat is eatenin
f = der to have seeds'as near the surfaceas this county is raised to marketablesize

; : Every .Grower possible, and yet protected against in the woods and then fattened,
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..). ...., drying up, the great prmce.ot American there would not be so much clamor-
2-- 1 practical gardeners-the late Peter ing for a no fence law. Now, your

Henderson-recommended for planting unworthy correspondent is not in fav-
r z A .. of Fancy Pines in
9W vegetable seeds, that the garden or of the razor-back, but what we wantis
\ line should first be stretched along in an improvement of our stock, and

., the direction where the vegetableswere that will be one feature of our Asso
: L NO the Country Does. to grow, sprinkle the seeds along ciatjon. Asa rule_ these kickers on

the. line entirely on the surface, and the fence law would not raise enough

r then simply tramp them in the ground i stuff to, stable a goose, if there were
i The Celebrated INVANHOE and FAIR OAKS PINERIES are known
throughout! the UNITED STATES as producing the. FINEST FRUIT EVER PUT along the line. In this way no garden not a hog ,or cow in the State. They
ON THE MARKET. \ seed ever failed to grow if it were must have something to kick about

y': To produce Fine Fruit you must have good; and garden seeds are generally and why not kick about the hogs?-
good, for it has been found that old Orlando Star.

J : -4- FINE, PLANTS. 4. seed, if guarded against exteme heator 1 .
,. moisture, will continue to ;Letters have been received by Col.
'I have for sale more Fancy Plants than any Grower in the Country, and a vital power for a definite preserveits period. Curtis, from the British Vice Consu-
;reputation SECOND TO NONE.
.. t;, Purchase your plants from the PIONEER GROWER of Fancy Pines and you Still every purchaser desires to get late at Jacksonville'and from a firm
'-:" get a GUARANTEE that yourpants are absolutely TRUE TO. NAME. seed'rs fresh as possible. If the sug- in Boulogne, France, asking 'for in*
t' .-Y' Price List now ready. WRITE AT ONCE. gestions given are borne in mind, there formation relative to tobacco culturein
V will be seldom about Florida. They both intimate their
complaints
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BOX GEORGE I. RUSSELL Orlando Fla.
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t. the failure of garden seeds to grow. capital engage -
F Y in the business on a large. scale.

p; ... Items, From Meehan's Monthly. b- filled with brick broken to about A PERSIMMON ORCHARD.The Let them come to Gadsden county.-"

the size of peas or beans. This pot Florida Farmer states that some one in Quincy Herald._._._ .
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a. ', WIRE FENCES.-It is often"desirable can,be sunk in a vessel of-water'to that State has been so much, encouraged \ I .

to have fences at once. We cannot about half the depth of the pot., On by annual.sales of persimmons, A few mornings since there were
always wait for a live fence to grow,- the broken brick; the spores can then that he has* extended his orchard to caught at White City, in steel traps,

; and it may.not be desirable to put up be sown and the vessel placed in a the extent of about six or seven hundred twenty-eight opossums in the pineap-
an expensive artificial fence. Woven comparatively shady spot. The brick trees. They all seem to, sell ple patches. This would have made
wire comes in admirably for this pur- will absorb enough water to be con readily at profitable prices. Over a the colored brothers smile;. but, alas!

4 a 'poseJ--and when it has done all we tinually moist, while,at the same time thousand cases were shipped the past, no people of color dwell within. the
desire it can be removed and usedelsewhere. permitting the air to circulate throughthe season He has every opportunity, borders of this town, so the savory

Much money has been vessel. This combination of"moist however, to select the best variety with roasters were buried beneath the

thrown away on wire fences. Igno ure and damp air is all that.is necessary which to graft his trees. There is saidto gaowing, orange trees..
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rant.persons could not provide against to have the fern spores germinate be a variety with seedless fruit
The cotton gins of H. F. Dutton &
and contraction under '
: expansion freely. There is mistake here
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a' .:thermometrical variation. Woven Co.have started up in full force, with
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quoted a stating
i:... wire of this and is in paper some 75 or 80 hands employed. Theyare
.- permits every SEED SOWING.The usual failurein that an orch rdist in Indiana had made

:,"., "way just,what is needed. getting seeds to grow ,is from sow the -shipments of persimmons aboven 25 or now'30{ turning bales out a day.an average The about Sfate

----- ing them too deeply in the earth. I f ,.ted. trade has begun in carload and sack

:- RAISING YOUNG FERNs.-It: is not it were possible to keep the seeds dark t lots. Prices stand at about three
: : generally known that our native ferns and moist, they would be all the bet-
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people Levy
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:' ,::.can"be. readily raised from the spores, ter from being sown absolutely the in freely.-Gainesville Sun.
pretty
:.' those little dust like that siderably worried because the whitefly
familiar
;: products surface. Every one with forest .IJ
=. :are found in great abundance on.the growth must have noticed how for has again attacked their orange The Manatee River Journal states

z*> :under surface of many fronds.- .A'good est tree seeds, which simply fall to the trees. that building in Palmetto is on a s
,- ,.' method is to fill .a pot,. with any ordinary earth and are covered by the few i boom. Twenty residences and nine

I good garden soil, three-fourths leaves or the remains 'grasses, germinate A large colony of Swedes is expected : large business houses have been lately

h ..*,of the depth' the remaining.fourth.to without difficulty. In. cherry. 'soon at White, City. .'< erected or are under way. .

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as we have invariably found a' 'monster over my'place, destroying two hundred then plant. With nuts or almonds it' -"
'1 ; .'f: y crop to follow an: 'overflow. I alligator pear trees :and all my i issops. necessary to protect them against
'f : West Coast Letters.-II. send you,.a; sample of.our, marl sub: I My' land was covered with mice, squirrels, etc., but peach-seeds ",
rP.?*,*"- rr soil.. The land being covered by a salt;mud which caked in, drying and are seldom disturbed by vermin. The $
i',,,,", Editor" Parmer. and. Erult.Grower., dense' growth, it retains'all floating cracked like clay. There' was plenty : north side of, a building or in the
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f-; ., ,lands, I spent much time'and money animals driven in,by the storm. \t Decay mind that. -is :was the first of the j place to set the barrel or box contain Y.
;:,... 'in,'attempting impossibilities. I planted follows rapidly and as hurricanes kind.thathad, occurred for one or two ing the seeds, which should be'mIxed ,
1 r' bananas in a place that Was too low, have been frequent here forages past, centuries, and it is quite likely,that or stratified with sharp sand or light ,
f:-Is' ': and it was only:' by experience i that I, the banks of the creeks have' beenbuilt :such visitation may not occur again soil. Cover the box with boards
y learned they will only flourish in 'perfection :' up by these deposits. The'urricanes for, centuries. As evidence of this be-11 loosely so that a little rainwater may
t.,' on high'creek. land, well! drained h also bring in a dense mass i ing an unusual occurrence the royal enter but not too much. Have a few,
its ,; and,;;where there is no standing wa of mud, covering the entire land to a palm trees on Cape Sable were killed. small holes,in the bottom to allow
; w ter.. Any land that, in our section will depth of two to four inches. Whilstour They were very high and could be drainage i in case an excess of water
,;:j turn out.sixty bushels of corn,to.the lands were uncleared the accre- seen for,a long distance. Any storm should enter. Plant in shallow drills,
acre:can,be relied on for a profitable''aop tions,were greatest at the sides, of the that would have killed similar trees about a foot apart in the drill, and
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, ... of bananas.. I, cultivate the dwarf creeks; but since we have cleared and must have happened a ,longtime ago. cover'with two inches of soil_) which,
variety exclusively, after giving other, planted our lands, the trash is all They were notblown down, but simply should be rich. ;
"'' .varieties" a fair'trial. I have a'. field washed across the' fields and settles killed by .salt water overflowingthe 2.: Make LeConte cuttings about

*.. now ripening that ',are beauties. Every near the mangrove swamps in there land, and for several years the fifteen inches long late in the winter, ,
: _z ;hill has a large bunch containing ,I have afield..that, from,beinga dead trunks stood without leaves. before the buds begin to swell pig ;
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no less than ,250, to 275 bananas'each thin soil, has become a good, deep Again, the wave formed new sand a trench a foot deep or make the'
The: main'stalk is surrounded by sucker one in nine years from hurricane over beaches,'and many mangrove islandson ground very mellow and push them
ers and they will ;turn out' in.Septem- flow. Were you here, you would,understand the coast were denuded. Any observing -1 I down; dp not sboye them down in
t ber and October-three or four small how it is that a hurricane man who has,traveled our coast j I hard soil, as it will injure the buds and
; bunches to the hill, and again in Mayan does us permanent injury. As you both before and after the'storm would I the terminal wound. Let the rows be r
'average'of. two.b nche ,to the' J hill are familiar with this coast I think be convinced that the so-called hum. two feet apart and the cuttings eighteen
;-a yield of about six, bunches, the that'I can,make this tolerably clear l to caneabove, referred to, which did not inches in the row. Make a pole shed '
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hill in a limited period. When planted your mind., raise the tide at Key West any more over them, high enough, to walk under
'two years I shall dig them up and than an ordinary storm, was not a cyclone and cover it lightly with pine
're-plant Within .two years from EFFECT OF THE HURRICANES. as,we understand most of our boughs; also protect the _ends of the
: planting ,1 can; make three cuttings, Our creeks bring down from,the hurricanes to be. These are the'facts shed 'a little, as the hot sun will wither
and then I must replant if'I' wish Big Cypress Swamps an immense bodyof about that particular storm and its ef the tender shoots. The soil may be .
;''l large bunches; ; and have.plenty of fresh water from June 15 to Januarys fects.Messrs.' moderately rich from previous fertilizing
,bunches large that we',are obliged I say seven months and our lands C.'H. and ,R., raised tomatoes but be careful to .have no manure
to.use a wheelbarrow to bring them are completely saturated:with rainwater l last winter on. East Cape"Sable, of any ,kind, recently apphed anywhere
"-- L 'out of'the field; by the time these gales come, 'say and I understand that part of the com where the cuttings or roots will
fa :;rhaye another: field of two ,acres, by September or October. An immense pany, are trying it again. I prefer a touch it ; it takes very little manure to r
L'. planted in ,April, from which, by the body of fresh water has:collected placeless exposed though.there is no kill a cutting.,
r .. 15th of the following November I had' i in the'bay between us and the sea, danger: of.a gale after the full moon in 3. If your fig cuttings die it is an
i already ,cut several bunches. But so fresh as to be fit for drinking. A October. S indication of unsuitable soil, probably -
we obtain our best crops when, the hurricane always begins with a driving Ch ickaluskee, Fla. ferric acid or hard.pan. This is gen
plants are set late in the fall, so.as.to rain' storm of some days' duration, fill erally shown by a snuff colored sub- .
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" !::: "shine, and rain are ,abundant. I'notice ter stands,mid l leg deep between our Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: subsoil and if it, is unsuitable plant

'J ,' ,it stated in Florida papers that in potatowrows; at this time, when everything Will you please answer the following somewhere else. The fig is a shallow ;$
/1"r 'eighteen months'after planting fruit is running over with,fresh water questions :' rooter and needs very shallow cultivation
:i:' may be.looked for By careful selection there is,an hour's lull in the storm 1.' Is it best to crack the seeds of when young, and as it advances
;, of.roots,properly planted in good from the northeast, when it comesfrom the peach here before planting ? In in age it requires little or none. Mulch
: :" :: ]land,in April, I can show good bun the southwest and covers ourland the North winter's freezing .and thawr ing is better than,cultivation ; the roots
i.. :.chesin September that''can be eatenpn not with salt water, but with ing opens them. run so. close to the 'surface that it is -JlII
fe;? Christmas'day.Another dirty fresh water from the bay, forced I Ia %. When, and how shall we plant almost impossible to stir the soil without
:crop' ;on'which I made back'on the land by the wind and sea. the cuttings of LeConte 'pear to make lacerating them Sow fertilizers
;fau.xarwaSthe. : onion.! I plowedmy At the height of the storm the wateris them grow? on the surface and let the rain wash.
#: ,. land deep, put,it in perfect ,order, slightly brackish, only, and it is an 3. Is there any treatment that will 1 them into the ground. The less prun
=-:. 'and though.. my growth 'of tops was error to call it salt. The water"coversour certainly make fig trees grow and bear' ing the better for the fig ;j' confine the
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t.. ber-nothingi? .but tops ,and,roots. It it flows oft: Some bananas are blown We ,have learned everything about limbs or such as interfere with each
i"" .was,a long time before 1 found outthat down by the,wind, say five, per cent fig'growing in Southern Florida, except other. -;
my .land must be scratched ovthen er of the dwarf, and of the French and these two important facts. I can .. .
S with ,cultivator and rake, and IXud fig varieties twenty-five to fifty per make figs grow well from cuttings the Future of Citrus Fruits. :

y, ? and do now,'raise as fine onions cent. Sweet;potatoes are not injured: first year, but _after that they stop At a meeting of the Riverside, Cali' ,
J;{ S'anyprodu.ced.in Bermuda. 'My neither is sugar cane; a cane field growing and, lingering for a time, fornia, Horticultural Club a was '
., ,cabbages,are as 'fine.as ever raised in gathers an immense amount of driftdebris finally die. read by E. W. Holmes, from paper which we'
::/- the Northern States. Guavas haveproduced ,. more than any one could be 0. F. L'AMOREAUX. extract the following: '
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\ fruit this year in ixteenmo lieve who has not seen it. For sever ero: Lee Co., Fla., "The time was when our -
te. l s f from the seed. Cocoanuts al days wind,keeps us out of the fields i. It is not the freezing and thawing found a good market within crop

,I blossomed in seven years ,from planting but in one week we can resume work.I alone that crack them; it is caused reach, and in a field where (there easy was .
r.,: i. the:,seed, but the first blossomswere believe that a hurricane occuring i in pnncipally by the germinative powerof little competition. Phenomenal .
arreri. I have ninety trees i in. April or May, which they never do- the ernel: itself, which becomes prices obtained in those years are' still -'
full bearing'and others coming on. when'the land is dry and the,creeks very great when ,warm weather comeson quoted to tempt the seeker after investment
Our good marl,lands ,are never very and bays are salt, would destroy ,everytbing and the kernel.feels the stimulus of in our favored climate ,
'!.. :dry'the_ 'sub-soil:being' ,an immense on our farms. But one hurricane warm, rich rainwater. 'In,3 warm or, into a business already crowded. The '
',; ',body_ of ,moist marl, capillary attrac .has done much injury' on, thisQast moderately mild climate peach stonesmay adoption of a National policy of _.
r: .tibn i keeps the ground !always mois't and \that is. the one which oc.. be planted soon after the leaves which shall apply to the protection

'fi't '', pear 'the surface. The growth oiplants'is F cnrred the third year after I came fall in autumn, but should the weather I ducts, ,of the soil as well as to the 'products pro.-,
r' rapid even, in our driest,winy here. Insteadof: a; hurricane it appeared continue-warm and moist the seeds ,of'the mills, while, establishing
t,4 ':ters: We plant tomatoes cabbage to be a tidal from the will sometimes
y (. ,, wave sprout prematurely the business on a basis- of certainty, '
-S ;- "onions, ,Irish potatoes, beets' ,etc., in northwest which swept across the the young sprouts will get frosted later !cannot;be expected, except in a tern
October and November., Gulf of Mexico; touching the land 'at in the season. For. this reason it is porary way, .Jo over-stimulate: prices. ,
t ', .( *Our, best:lands:'are subject r>to,hum i Gasparilla Pass and extending in'a better to store them i in a cool roompacked TheacreagCv: now, planted to, citrus_ "., ",, :'

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"IP' \q.,, :-very.shortly furnish a supply that will ons consumed. and you(have the maximum fied in-a few years.would seem proven filtration through rice straw
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"' <" ; country m given year at 32,000' View of the'immensely increased About twelve hours are required
:- (+ : wiiliiOt be:able to use under carloads. As
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f; .<* was treating production! what can we do to maintain i distilling a tubful by this method.
'.: ;.' ,a:high tariff )will.be:dissipated when ;he.matter,from the standpoint of one the profitableness of the industry? I Then the chips are removed and dried

{ those, entertaining' it shall study they who wanted to prove the amplitude ,of This question is not an easy. one to far use in the furnace, and a new
., .figures1:regarding' the ,area planted. our home. market, it is, probable that answer. is in. At the
l' charge time
iI1 rIn; spite of the, .favorable outcome of his is not an underestimate. Now < -, put same
'_ 'the 1 "campaign'for, a protective tariff, 'l let us add 10 percent to the consumptive The Camphor Tree.-IV. the the camphor condenser.and oil this are removed method from
By 20 to
: the questi n.that confronts the grower capacity of our ;market, :because DISTILLATION OF CAMPHOR IN JAPAN of
*. i is,:how shallwe: profitably market our of the probable increase of .the,popu.. -In the native forests in Formosa, 40 one pounds pound of crude'camphor chips are required for

:V 4' future, crops" ? No: :man acquaintedwith lation and better methods of, distribu. Fukien, and Japan camphor is distilled The.principles generally held gum.to be
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,- : bur1 orchards are.. almost exclusively from:, the essential in
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'. orchards can doubt,that,,. the grower. 'in full bearing, and :we have a place wood.of the trunks, roots, and larger quality are : (i) The heat must be
.has .before* him a problem that demands for 352oo carloads. Estimating- I branches. The,work. is performed by uniform and not too great, producingsteady
t ,his best intelligence to answer. have the of Florida
crop at one half hand, labor, .and .the'methods employed of
a supply steam thesteam
:It;is;.well'to look'this matter ,of pros.pective of what it was before the,great freeze seemed rather crude. Different after liberating? the; camphormust ((2))

production squarely' fn the ,we have an excess of some 20,000 car- methods of distillation are em- 'not come in contact with metal
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,face. loads. ployed different districts, but thosein that is,. the tub and condensing apparatus .
f THE COMING CROPS These figures are depressing, and I use in the province of Tosa, in must,be of wood.
; : The figures'prepared for the ,Cori.gr -. admit that they exaggerate the probabilities Japan, appear to be the most'skillful.
',.*? F Jonal.<;onimittee by Mr., Fuller, .. But,when we recall the fact The camphor trees are felled and-the SUGGESTED IMPROVEMENTS.
a 9: :of Colton,' based upon the reports of: that with onethird of the prune orchardsin trunk, larger limbs, and 'sometimes Many improvements upon the
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a 'the,several county assessors of the i bearing the growers have been' 'unable the'roots: are,cut' into, chips by hand methods described can doubtless
'State,:are'unquestionably too conser ] to profitably dispose of their crops labor, with a sharp concave adz:. made,' tending both to a reductionin
; vative.=\ It would:be. safe to add ten and that,the raisin men' have had no' The fresh chips are placed in a cost and an increase, in the prop _
,per':cent.to'give the actual nurpber'oF f profitsfor: years and have dug up many wooden tub about 4<> inches' high.and portion of crude gum obtained. In
'orange :and lemon trees planted.' vineyards.becuase overproduction, 20 inches in 'diameter at the base, tapering stead of an adz wielded by hand
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F '. .These show !that there are 4,621,659 it is just as well to'!let the possibilities toward the top like an old-fash- labor a machine similar to the"hog"
< trees'in orchard. regard to the orange and lemon be ioned churn The'perforated bottomof used for grinding up waste

/" 1 'It will be well to consider just what brought to the,attention of those who the tub fits tightly over an iron pan slabs in sawmills may be used to reduce t
r. 5* this will mean when the:trees are in are still undertaking to boom real estate of water: on a furnace of masonry. The camphor limbs to the, requisite .

Je r full-bearing.' The !data gathered from on the strength past 'results in tub' ,has a tightJittingcover, which fineness for distillation. Better distilling ,

7 Spanish documents by 'Mr.. Irving citrus fruit growing. may be.removed to put.in the chips.It apparatus can probably be de-: -.

.. showed the, total number' of trees ,ANOTHER VIEW OF.THE CASE is surrounded by a layer of earth vised. Thermometers may be intro*
: '' .- i planted in that country and the exact about-six inches,thick to aid in retain- duced to determine the heat in the

quantity of packed fruit* exported.' The facts are not\,as bad, it is true, ing uniform temperature. A bamboo distilling tub, and the furnace may
The fruit actually sent to markeamounted t as the figures would seem to,show; tube extends from near .the'top of be so arranged as to permit better,
: to three boxes per tree.I I but they are such as to demand our the tub into the condenser This control and greater_ economy of fuel.

3-. ;This,would mean for the, California'crop serious attention and to invite our consists of two wooden tubs of differ- Camphor and camphor oil .are ,both

\. ;'when.trees now' planted.are ma study of what to do to preserve the. ent''sizes, the.larger one right side up, slightly soluble in water, and the,
.dire,14,044,977; boxes, equivalent{ to- industry on profitable, Basis. kept about two-thirds full of water condensing. chamber should be i improved "

.. '41,800; ,carloads of 336 boxes .each., Let;us take'Mr. fuller's statementof from- a continuous' stream which rims so as to recover the productthat
7f, '. Add ,to this the product of Florida( ,: the:yield:per tree at ,i boxes for out of a hole in'one side. The smaller is being constantly carried" of

",. 'sayorie-third; of this quantity, ,and oranges and,two for lemons. This ,is one Inverted. with its edges be- in the running! stream which coed# ..

,throw'in the product of.Arizona andLouisiana exactly! what the trees over four. years low the water, forming an .airtight the chamber. .. t
= v'v" : : i for: good! measured and you, of,age',haye averaged in 'this year of chamber. This air 'chamber is kept ,

.,.. ;' ,1 ;lhave.,18,726,636; boxes;, or..55!:434, catToads. light tcr ps.Ii 4-He estimates on a basis. cool by the water falling on top and The New Florida FruH Agate.,
l of actual results that. four years hence running down over the, sides., The Editor Farmer and Fruit.Grower:

V <: **;Mf;:Pratt presented at the Red the, 'orange:. ,crop 6f. the- State will upper'part'of.the'air chamber is,sometimes ,Referring ngain to the net';Flit

; l' ; a; lands l Farmers' ;Institute. an estimate, amount: to i6i324; .carloads 1 : Add to lined' th .clean rice straw, on fruit, mention, ,of which, occurs ia.tkc :
1':;L:;}!! ,- ,;i? "o(/!the oiatiges consumed in this coun'J this the;:Florida and Arizona'product which the camphor crystallizes, while issue of the Farmer.and'Fruit-Grower j'

: : -=6. tryduringaseries: ,: ofyears'and; : if.:.1 and ,you ,have,a quantity :of fruit: 'tomarket'which the oil drips'down'and 'collectS, on the of :the '12th of 'September. nit fi.utt rj

k**;'- 'r.J. : .:;.,iecill 1 :.his ;figurescdrrectly the! maxi, will:require:.the wisest .surface of the water." In some ;cases is attracting a great: deal! oll local:."attention
"' '.; ','-r!:. :rRWIIl'coBSumption;':.was.ahout! : .22000 and best organized'methods'' ,that hii. the"camphor gum and,oil :u.e.' allowedfo a basketful' ,having been ga-

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f : : .R jiBce witfr'theopinion: advanced: by I trees.I fivelarge; ones... These
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i probably the Cheapest Insecticide
;?!: "' fruitj'which;!; ; is. indigenous jtp this sec < The only way to get'the pests out is
. j; a ,. f- tips::.of the.,State spontane- It .i in the World.
'4, ; : ( growing: t,o' ut'lhexp.out with a. shar -poi ted, !. j ,
.! ,'If. o'a_ buslyaroundthe; ;, margins of the lakes thin] bladed knife. If they have gone _, o: Used in Florida
M M r.w1 M Mr I for 13 Years.
: ;. j. .itfd.moist places, along with the low, into the body of the tree a piece of I peclaa...Direction... .$.._..-,.t I
; / "f ,. ;bush hiickleberryand'what; is known -.-.-:1---:.:. $ .=.. .'-r-_._.:;'_ .. .
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,. ... eighteen or nineteen wire: will reach c ;:-:-;::;: ;::.:,;.:....J.'I., '7:1t I' "i..*.: .
': lass the -gooseberry.; them.] By prodding vigorously ,one .ir.. :r a; II. B. MARSH, .General AgentOkahumlui / :
!' The description of the fruit '.r. 1 .
as contained :
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can them and the on 1 '
: always get juice :
,. : ;'vi ; ; :in the'article: published in this the end_ ,of the wire,will always .show. :.u.......i-z.---.K'a:: f.l: ."1 (Lake Co.)", Fla. .
:'. 'week's'issue of.'the Farmer'and Fruit- p .M .aas w9warwOa I
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,1/ Grower is as nearly correct as'l.n. tree have, bored MAKES 1000'
a they very badlywhich : HAMMOND'S .SLUG. SHOT WORKS .
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I watch them pretty closely))I take a _
;;':'i semble along, thin 'peach' leaf.: The four to' six inch .drain tile,. according

i .;?/, fruit:.when:ripe is a,beautiful light pink to the size j '' of the tree, split if open he had seen no fruit 'since he came to my pineapple shed and begun active

'. .:t' ;varying to' cream:.white; and:1s, nec- lengthwise fit it tog'e'ther.again around the state., When reminded' that peaches operations.! From behind the, Sand''

..;' '- tanne in,shape ,and color., As therein the body of' the.tree'afid bind it with apples, pears and'other fruits grew deposited in' the axils of the leaves,
;: I .Said the fruit has ,a most delicate flavor wire. I then fill it with fine soil :and i in abundance\ ,he replied that he hadn't, whole colonies of ants and mealy bugs

.r:. ;: and"is most palatable l ,.with a flavor keep"it''full for at least: _year. Sometimes .. seen a ,"sirnraon" since he came to were unearthed. Forthwith active .

..' _' :r *which can.be, described as between a a hard, freeze immediately after Texas, and he ,was going back where measures of resistance were Instituted.' =
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!' raayhaw(and;a peach;, The kernel( a,rain in'' winter will shatter the tile, they grew. 'It is, likely that beforemany alt first diluted chamber lye and strong ,

aR p 'the fruitis large,. of- which swine are but if it is_not ''bound too tightly this 'years roll by we shall ,be able to tobacco water were used. Althoughthis
g }l (verv.fond, :'devouring: it 'as fast:as it will not.happen. Packed in.earth in hold,all the immigrants who..come to treatment doubtless made some .,.4

.: ':"appears, consequently ''unless,tb fruit this .manner 'all wounds .on. the tree us from the mountains' of North Carolina impression, it was soon manifest that
; If protected from the'swine it,is rarely healover and leave scarcely atrace. l and East Tennessee, for we are more vigorous! measures would have.

9 ; maturity-where' hogs!, are Occasionally fine roots :will start out going to raise the.persimmon in our to be used. Feeling my way by.careful 5 "

; :allowed:to, range. _. around the edges: of the wounds, but orchards. Some of rear: nurserymenare experimentation;' I presently began
.,.. ; :The, kernel. of the- fruit has a decidedly t thes"wither when the ,tiles are 're on the lookout already for choice freely to apply undiluted chamber '"

l '" ti r .. 't :almond .taste and, delightfully moved. 'By.this method I haVe healed native,varieties,and are: growing the lye and boiling hot soap suds. have y

'r ;palatable.. many trees that were barked nearly trees for sale. While we .admire, the found live mealy bugs on plants thata
'> I P, ,A good .many of, the seeds of the half-way around, by the rabbits.. Go beauty of ,the great Japanese Kaki,.we ,short time before had been treated

'f uif'' are :now preserved by different through the.orchard now and 'exam* are free to confess we. regard the old undiluted. chamber lye, hot tobaccotea

% ,'parties here, ,and. ,will be potted anc4hvated d ine the ,bare of every tree. Don't 'allow l. native'persimmon the fruit of diospy- hot soapsuds and strong lime wa

/ \"j next year.. :a single borer' to winter in them. rpsVirginiana,muchfiner] in flavor than ter. A double row of ants was found .

x', ,..: ., ;:1 amhaving full specimens of ,i it tFarm. arid Fireside. any .of the former.Texas ,Farm and marching! directly from outside the ,i

:, "r. procured,;to j include, i if possible, bush, I..... .. -.", ,. Ranch. shed to a plant that had ,received_ all Y

:' ''....!' '- '.leaf'' and fruitwhich: I: will send to PersjmD,1ons.PerSimmons.are'.one'of. this treatment and more. A ;slight }
i; j; you; and:"woiildIbeg :,to ask that you dusting of lime on these doughty warriors
Pinery.
J have: examination made of it as the .old .new scattered them in,a twinkling. II

4 :.' the:matter, seems;to deserve.. fruits that .{coming into greater prominence ...1 Edited by John B. Beach,West Palm Beach._ Now, when.the outward sign of this
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;f"F. ; -n it can' be:cultivated and made to grow! th ,mamm th Kaki from Japan .is __>_ _Mealy% Bugs. unthrift that indicates..hidden enemies,. .

! ,f> '" .a large and profitable. fruit., It is very. in no small'degree responsible for the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. I dig.away ,some of the ,earth from -

':""".1t. n' prolific: .on' the, bush, and the.larger:S growing ,interest in the. cultivation of, 4. writer in the Farmer and 'Fruit around the plant and put wood ashes :

:- ".. specimens grQw"wiId to 'the size of a this'; valuable fruit. Nowhere perhaps Grower says that the insect enemies of in its place, and then pour into the

;" smallnecterine.; ;: .. 1.'delightul.. odor ,'has the native persimmon been pineapple are fe'wn number and base, ,.of the plant undiluted chamber

.,i;' .$ of the fruit.is'indeed remarkable. A more,appreciated than at' the South. consist ,mainly of the mealy bug,. lye, or scalding hot .soapsuds, under

; J.: :single specimen .,can' ,be .detected at The old coloerd, slave of precious mem which is easily disposed of by using which heroic treatment we have plants
, :n r "N:": notice:when brought into a room. ory'delighted in the time when 'pos upon the plants diluted chamber lye, that have put! out suckers in the-last

.,.;,'-'1 : ::- 'You. ; :may; say,: if you :desire, _that sums and persimmons ripened together or strong tobacco water. The bugs few weeks that had not made any

_.4 4.Jfe '.ay ;furtlier'inquiry 'about. this ew, and were made edible together by with which we have to do, reenforcedby growth for many mouths and were

:'fruit,,will" 'be :cheerfully answered by: thecrisp November frosts that prepared the labors orthe. ant, which I consider considered worthless. A very few,
myself pr Mr., W. J. Hartsfield.W. the way for Thanksgiving. our worst insect enemy are notso not more than a dozen, had never .

:,* '1. ; G. POWELL.. Even now;we meet ever and anon a modest and retiring. grown at all worth mentioning since x

. ;:: t r ;Tallahassee. ,, fla. colored'brother whose locks are beginning Our first conflict with these partners they were set. To induce them, to

<,.c};& :*W"e,sent' samples of the leaves t'Prafeisor'Rolts o .to' be touched by the winter in spoliation was over a moonflower -, sucker I; concluded to pull _out- the. :

c. .. ': ,and'he replies i of old,age, :who prefers the fat 'po in all the glory, _of green and middle leaves, ,some of'which were -
.J 'Witoryarmerlftnd', ,Fruit sum-'pie' 'garnished with sweet potatoes purple as it was in full bloom. It dead, when the whole plant; ,not have:.
"' .. Grower. and.washed ing any live roots, came and'their
> down by the delic was sprayed with ,various, things in! up, x
.". Your' l letter of the apth inst., enclosing ious .s mmon beer, which only Sambo eluding strong tobacco tea; ,all to no whole bottoms were covered with ants .

specimen of plant was received i knows how to brew to perfection; purpose. The yine was soon as destitute and mealy bugs. .

,.1 or; ,_,. 'this morning' .The l leaves and', branch Well dp'we remember with what delight of leaf and flower :as if it had: S 'Vhil ,;;out of the ground I dipped! > '.

are those ;;ofChryspT3alanus' bbolongi- .we,used;to eat .fat ginger cakes long been swept by the frozen blast of them several times'each, holding'thexs-.
.folius; Thefruitsent; ; some days ago and drink; thiS. same delightful olddarkey's northern winter. for some time in strong tobacco water:,

t :w quite; 'diSereritLfrora ''that: usually!; beverage. We can appre Our next experience was. with a plat lye from wood 'ashes, chamber. lye, ... ,
borne, :.this.specieSt i It is common-i- crate!'thefeelings of the'old of and with made "-
= ; : immigrant 1500 pineapple plants, set under a. water two or three
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.'-r. jy known as.lopher. apple., :It has rib"coinmercial to Texas, who, 'finding none of his fa shed, last October, of 'which more times as strong with Paris greea a*,.' --

... medicinal' 'value; and' vorite fruit' began ,to pine :for-the than nine-tcnths; had made a satisfactory that we used. .to. )kill potato bugs ia the -
i can only be regarded .as :one of the' home..he .left'in:the old mother.state, growth The ground.on which North,,with.absolutely no effect upon. -

'. fBiwpes: native species -.of --.Florida. made up)his mind to'retrace the: long, they grew".was,new,-, having just' been ,the mealy bugs.Dislodging t
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trunk '
r S : of this plant:.will.:rbe,foundpiwjhe toilsome'journey that, he grubbed the .
might once put, leaving, native scrubgrowth } some of the ilittlerauders : ii :. '
3: ground while ,those portfonswyci mpre' feast,-his,soul upon th'etrealities still growing' on the southwest from t the I
;; :come, bthe ( : ..;: plants! dusted,'.hey-'i
.branch : surface' are the.I' that thad become. .to him. :an 'enticingmempryipnly. and the! .north.. Recently tttisland coats with Paris green which; gtv ., .. <\
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., *.*. '' .. JVh n'questioned on : has been all} .grubbeid out destroy' them' no tncoaycBlence.:! ./ "_ ,- rf
z 9"e. .. nHR' OLFSi ; .! the' of ;departure :Tor-reasons ingthepasture: *of'.inAUtnerableaswhich .
1d i.State. > ,. eve I tS 'Nothing which Have tried will ott&itre9ftk = \
'<': CtY'+ : ",- Agricultural l :;> College" ";: that:fhim.\.tQ. leave'a' site.so richmnatural7advantages ; inhaBited, it. -Very: soon tea" tai 1)' Nit- "'bot :tc.it...1J.. -.-'... -

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':perimenting, I had to' watch their- .! -
M ." caretakers,- the ,ants, which would FARMER aqd. TRURKER. k Strawberries on Ice.

,- ',, i seize and'carry off:-any bug.they could -. Crupi,;, .CrOUpTCoughs The celebrated T.&T. Strawberry Refrigerators
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a, ,findtq;put'into pasture for their' mutual Growing Celery in the South: are the universal favorite of Florida -:
:: 'ben fit. ColIc growers: Perfected after years of experi .
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This Tooth -
plant strictly speaking, a :
enc ,Give.good service forgood fruit.
& Finding that'some of these plants
cool weather, fall and winter product
be
3 when they .were set;:had 'mealy bugs Our'.Northern gardeners thought until Colds. TEUBY & THOMAS. .
on'then I them all in Starke, Florida. -
dipped strong
= few that a of eels
.... a years ago crop
... ."I ,tobacco water as,,I had been advised cry could be made only in the.North, DIarrhea, ,

'J ;do... .I .now- know that :dipping and that t they possessed one crop thatwe Dysentery, J, 1TEEKLER SEED ED.. iWul.
them a dozen times will not'destroy ,
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a the nealy'bug, without which would ,cure from them. During the past few { mpJaints.A President
,never' set plants d would never buy Successors to
Southern have demonstrated t
growers
years Sore, Bath Quick Core for
r them riowing they were so .i infested. the fact that celery will do well these'troubles isaiI.'lr Richard FroUcher's Gravier Street Branch Store,
Undiluted chamber lye will drive Nos.518 and 520 Gravier St.,New Orleans, ta.
here if attentionand
V proper preparation, Importers and-dealers in Flower, Field and
i t :out, if not destroy,. ants, but while cultivation is given. Garden Seeds. Grasses, clover, bulbs, seed potatoes
: -remain in if the and fruit trees in their season, Conductedby
A 'mealy bugs a plant, Our'eatest difficulty is to
,. grow relatives of the late Richard Frotscher. Order
ants are destroyed ;a hundred times the plants;and to keep them alive dur= through Richard Frotscher'a manual of 1896 or
I: t' they:will return.. If anybody doubts ing the long'and' some times hot and send for one free.

I s that.boiling hot soap'suck can be used dry s summers. The seed should be It Is the butted friend of the .

=:.t ,safely, let him try it, being,careful not planted about April i. A good placeto Mechanic, Firmer, Planter, 'm i/ tit.! I
a'; to'fill,'the tender throat. I have' used plant the seed is ,in an old cold Sailor, and ia fact all clssaes.Used : :."X. 'f.ij1'' .. '

many barrels, if not boiling, at least frame from which tomato and cabbage Internally or externally. '.o9.tr': !;. i>: ,) '

1. scalding hot, and in all .the plants. plants have just been taken. Make Beware of imitations. Take ,-...,./ !, ,

tested, hundreds in.number, not more the soil very fine, especially on the none but>.> the genuine Psk&Y Thorn had never bwn a time when growerxahonl4 .
F s than',a: dozen that carelessly got too big surface. Make drills across the bed DAVIS." ,Sold everywhere. care There f guard has against never been fare a time with when more i '
jdose in the throat show signs of t'trriSeeit*were more essential. They arealwaYlllbe
any about twice as far as for cabbage,say brut. For sal by leading
:injury;; and those, are not permanently ten inches, and very shallow. Drill 25c. and 60o. bottles. dealers everywhere. Insist on bating them.

;i_ Injured, but grow right on and soon i in the seed three. ,or four: to an.Inch, ..<> lAt *t> O en FERRY'S SEED MKUAL
I tz z cease to show any signs' of' their and barely,coyer with finely sifted soil- is fall of. Them information for gardeners and
planter* will never be a better time
rough treatment. Water as long,as the"bed will soak, up weeks-than to give only a sprinkle eve than, now to send for t.bel897 edition.Free
D M. Ferry A Co.,Detroit Mich.
But for information '
relying upon water. I rather prefer to do the.heavy day.
j r ; which, I supposed; to be trustworthy, I watering a day or two before planting, Celery requires a 'rich, mellow,

should have ved the vigorous growth and, if necessary, 'water a little more damp soil. Like the'fall crop of Irish tED
., of 'a' considerable number of plants after planting seed. When the seedsare potatoes, it prefers a soil that'has no

#. for several months; 'No plant,,how- covered lay a piece of canvas overcharge of fresh manure in it, one

ever vigorous, can long withstand the down on the bed so as to come directly that was made very rich for the crop
i. I .drain of these allied,robbers. in contact with the surface over the immediately preceding the celery. FAIRVIEW PINERY. .

: c. Who ever knows ',a ,better way of : entire bed. This will keep the soil I This'manner of fertilizing,a crop maybe
Pfr { .' stopping,it i' will l confer favor by make moist immediately around the plants profitably practiced with several .Choice

ing. it known., and will hasten) germination. Whenthe ,crops. Planting in permanent place .
s / .0. Fl L'AMOREAUX.. plants begin to make their: appear may be done any time from July 15 .
*c-<-"t i r ..' :'Estero,',Lee. Co., Fla. ance lift, the'canvas and support.it on to September i. Pineapple

1 the frame or in some way so it will One very decided advantage in
,. f" ,The Reporter: estimates the output shade the plants during the heat of the .growing your own plants is this: You Plants :,1 .' t :
of the Orlando between
pineries now
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The hide from and
day. object-is to the can prepare transplant justwhen
: ;and Christmas 200,000 pineapples. sun and at the same.. time let in thelight the weather is most favorable, with .FOR e4AL1i." -
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t4\ ', Whemit is considered that,the
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and air. The.canvas may be freshly dug plants. If you fail in your .
', .area in bearing'plants will not exceed taken off at night, aud as the plant attempts to grow plants it will then be '

forty' -acres,and that the Orlando grower grows older and'stronger, give more time to secure them elsewhere., Smooth Cayenne, ,. 1 n! Home* Grown' 1 II 1

J 4 considers, 'it'an'exceedingly low tern- I and more'sun.d. Dg the early morn Two methods of planting celery are .
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l: perature when he cannot realize twen- ing and evening; finally the' plants .in vogue, namely, in rows four to ABBAKA PLANTS A SPECIALTY.F. .
his fruit the
each for
ty-five,cents profits will bear the noonday sun and the canvas four and one-half feet apart, plants, .
of the industry can be comprehended. is no longer needed. Water.six inches apart in the rows; second, N. PRICE
embraced in this ,
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The period should, however, be given when need in beds. In the row method the plants
estimate covers less than one-half ,of level throws P. O. Box 449. ORLANDO FLA.
ed, should be set either on a or ,
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the} 'year; Fruit has been_going forte If you have a cold frame, as indicated should be slightly elevated. The
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many
above, it, is on necessary to beds are made as follows:
are-just now blooming, and will not five feet wide andas HOME GROWN. -
make a finely pulverized bed with no Lay off the beds
*'" ripen.their'Cruit' ,until. after Christmas; frame around it, lay boards or leaves. long'as desired, leaving a five-foot -

t ". j so that the returns estimated do'not on the bed instead of canvas, and, as : space between the beds. Now throw
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4 ,., :represent more,than fifty per:cent, of soon as the plants have sufficient timeto over the top.soil on the beds three or Pineapple Slips

,the annual yield.-Cor.. : Florida Citi sprout freely, make a brush shadea four inches deep, putting the soil in

,zen. \little above the to the between, the beds.. Level and
..... ground protect space Suckers ,
;.. The 'general manager of the Cuban from the sun. More or less sun may the soil in this opening and mark off
AI; :tobacco company in Fort Meade says be given by thickening or thinningthe places for the plants sodas to run the Of the Following Varieties

4 that many of the growers of'cigar tobacco brush. It is better that the brushbe rows across the bed or flat-bottomed

in South Florida are seriously supported by a cheap framework opening. These marks should be FOR SALE:' : --

_ s injuring the. business by selling their than that the brush be allowed to about twelve inches apart and the ,..'

; .:. tobacco too cheap. All high grade touch the bed. This matter of shad- plants set five or six inches apart in ABBAKA PORTO Rico EGYPTIAN
Florida tobacco, grown from CubanI ing or'plants while young is a very these marks. -This will give, ten or ,
f' .seed is better than the best Mexican important factor of success with cel twelve plants to the row. Now, re- QUEEN, GOLDEN QUEEN, RITLEY

: :. '" product, and yet it is well known that ery growers. When the plants are membering that the beds are five feet QUEEN, SMOOTH CAYENNE, PEE-

j I: i ,many good crops have ,been ,sold in two or three inches high thin them tone o. apart, that the rows are twelve inches NAMBUCO AND RED SPANISH.

: Tampa at prices that would be scoffed inch apart in the drill.. To,make: apart and running across the bed, to .
the plants and stalky shear, and that there are twelye to the Apply
p.: at by the Mexican growers. First strong say
::1& grade and.properly cured, Florida to.bacco the tops down every two or three: row, abed fifty feet long will hold six 0 0. HATTHAMS, -

il 'Mr. Piloto contends should weeks, taking care not to clip off the: hundred plants. From the description Florida Pineapple Coapaay,

'I command not only a much higher center bud. When the plants become: of the bed you will see that the plants Orto ." '

J :: "- ,. price than the best :Mexican article, well established no water will be needed are put several inches below the general MADDOCK & A1ATTHAMS' ,

' : but'as much as-the best that comes unless the plants become very dry. level of the surrounding soil. A .
f"', from"Guba.-' Manatee River Journal. In this case water thoroughly (all thsoil e: little further on we will see the reason West Palm Beach, Fl?
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<..='' .;..:.','> y ...I". will \hold),and let alone until the: for the, space between ,the beds

L "-,,-.:< ,:.x'1 :; .Phosphate screenings re' being i soil is.very dry again. ,It is better to I and for setting,the plants:as we have '_ Burnt clay has been found a first rate,

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ti* J; :cloudy! ,: .or 'showery: weather., If hot grow again.. During very severe will do *s little harm as anything:
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[* .. favored with:such a season, !transplant weather the celery will freeze in the (i.) Cascarilla._bark, 2.oz.;.anise seed, .

';" late"in the evening-and'water freely. row (first) method, but will comeoutall oz.; pimento; i oz.; malt dust,.2 oz.; jjjjjjJfliJ I

, Shade.for two or.three,days-fromsun1especially right the bed.,(second) method,' carbonate of iron; i oz.; powder and
of afoot of.1 leaves is mix.. Mix.three! ;.eo
during: midday.In if a covering, applied parts .sugar to one of .

4; transplanting set the plants as previous the .cold. powder, if .fowls will take it more Acre a the street A logging MAN a
i- deep as possible, not'> to cover the cen- The,explanation,is thus: in.: the:row ,readily. in ways attracts attention. So does man Bow--
. ')r r rter;bud,.placing nothing bnt finely pul ([first) ,method the.soil is banked upon' ((2)), Peruvian bark, 2 oz.; citrate of Y PAGE the OVEN superior Qualities irood of Page tliiug. fence;

,_- verized soil around the'roots... eacK side of the plants, l leaving a high, iron, i oz.; gentian, i oz.; pimento, 2oz. WIRE FENCE: Co.,Adrian, "Ieb. ,

. .> ;-. '; .After.watering 'put "a, little dry >dunoxfdusl p pointed row not sufficiently' thick to .;; cayenne, i oz.; powder and mix.

;_ : : over, the.surface to prevent the 'prevent a hard freeze from reaching These are not foods, but to be
: MAGKY
: crusting or caking of the soil Nothing the'celery; from.steep 'sides; while the sprinkled in the ,regular mash as we'

. 1;;:., .>4' '< Is.'better for shading,the plants after other celery (in ,second method) is, in would use pepper for .-- s

4 : transplanting! than crab grass or a broad beds that 'can only .freeze on Country Gentleman. .

/ ,o: ;lighf kind'of straw. It is only necessary top. The leaves ,or other coveringwill -r._:..

", }tp place the. .straw, or whatever protect the lop, and thus the ,celery1 The Best Remedy for Bowel Disease. "PUMA"

4' A .covering is used, over the'plants along 'in; 'beds goes .through! in, good When'the (fowls,have bowel disease, CARBON

I the 1 line. of the rows. For' the 'first shape During: the average' winter, shut off all food and allow the mto fastor BI-SULPHIDE.

s: two days and nights leave the covering however, freezes.are not severe.enough 'pick up their food. They will recover -

"Tf : o'n'the plants After this'remove to kill the celery in rows. f In this sooner from the difficulty by grain"The insects best remedy is Bi-sulphide In every of respect Carbon.for killing It fi

,; at.night, and replace before. the 'sun latitude we may have nice, fresh cel- such treatment than when medicine is cheap effectual and easy to apply.-Ala'. Ex.

* ", 'glows hot. When the plants. liven up erv:until March.-:Mississippi Exper given. A tablespoon of lime water in Sta Send Bulletin for free 61.illustrated pamphlet. It is In. .

*'-. "well leave off entirely., iment Station. each pint of drinking water is a simple teresting KDWARD,readable: R.and TAYLOR will save, Cleveland you money, Ohio..
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--> 'Celery l makes a very slow growth ... remedy which, often serves as acure1 Less than loo-lb. lots supplied by S. G. Sear-
Ing, ,
,. 'during warm weather. As the nights Poultry.Edited and ten drops of tincture of nux Jacksonville Fla.

-,. .grow longer the' fall and the weath vomica in one-half pint of drinkingwater

.cooler, growth ,becomes:more rap- 'by $. 8. DeLANOY Apopfca, Fla. for a few days will often check THE STANDARDARIS '.

,id., When the plants;are six or,seven ._ .. .... .- _. bowel disease when all other remedies
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/ : indies high the .'handling" process fail; but the main point.iS to withholdall GREEN
.. Feeding for,Egg Production. ,
!" ;begins. This,consists in holding .the : food for forty-eight hours,and then DUSTER ,
[C*< stems erect and banking the earth Feeding hens for:egg production is allow only. one meal a day for a weekor .

I(:: 'around them. .This handling or banking more of less of problem* Different ten days.-Poultry Keeper. '
.t. breeders have different methods. What One man can dust an acreof tobac o
twice .
is done once or a .
"up process
plants in an hour thereby saving hou
z'=: month or as often as the necessity succeeds with'one does not always To ,prevent roup is something. 'not and even days of tedious hand-pickin .,
,may'.require. The faster the plants succeed with another. Again the very easily done, as the fowls are affected Price '$5.00; ; with this 'paper one year y

grow, the oftener it ,will be necessary natures of the'various breeds must be by the weather. In cold, dry $6.50. Address the editor, box 524. ,.

to! bank them. Now" you will .understand studied.. The heavy' breeds such as seasons the roup 'does not prevail as Jacksonville Fla.

1, why' the rows in the first:method Brahmas, Cochins, Langshans; Plymouth much as in the fall, when the rains are Testimonial.. ; .
of planting are four to four and /:Rocks.and Wyandottes require frequent, the ground wet, and discom
r T one-half feet apart, and. why the five- different treatment from Leghorns, fort exists in the"poultry house. To Yours of the zest duly to hand, aIi'din
I foot better six foot is Minorcas, Andalusians or Hamburgs. reply beg to say I am very well
rte. or. -, space guard against the) .disease, windows
4 'left'between the; beds five feet wide; It difficult. to give a general form- should ,be so arranged as to permit pleased with the performance 'o( the ,
also the the five'fool ula at"ill suit all c conditions" still! "Paris Green Duster." I used it on
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:r beds are first set several fnches below we believe in the morning mash win- floor and walls be warmed and my tobacco and it did good. .work. r--. ,
ter and summer. It is composed of may Yours etc. :'. g gw.
the general level of the ground All moisture evaporated. While the '
/' the surplus dirt in the spaces between one-half ground corn and bats,one air may be admitted when desired pure H. HEATH, '0. .

f 'hc"rows, and in the 'spaces between fourth bran, and one-fourth boiled through the doors and windows, it Nashua, Fla., July 23, '97, ; *,. /'

the:beds is needed in banking up the vegetables or soaked beef scraps, or should not be overlooked that draughtsof ,--
celery. Be careful,int cut clover hay steamed; mixed 'with ; ,
very banking air on the birds are liable to hasten ...
to hold the plants erect and to allow boiling 'water at night, covered up and an outbreak of the disease._. By keepingthe l lo'rida- .
soil 'to the center inside left to steam, and fed warm in winter:
't no. cover or. floor well dusted with fine air 1.ands /
stems.. Earthing the stems In summer, cold water is better; .
t up. causes slaked lime, the disease maybe checked
to.'.bleach white ,and to become crisp Whether to.f ed this mash every dayor in the beginning and the room:made Oranges -

.1 t and tender.. every other day, (alternating with dry.- Poultry Keeper. .
wheat or wheat and cracked '
As we have said, celery loves water corn .. jResorts .. ( ::
mixed in winter) can be decided by ,
tkl or a damp soil. When it begins to
The poultry man's lack is generally
e experiment. Meat in ( '
some or ;
gr rapidly: it should, have a. thor neither measured by the energy that he puts forth Investments : ,
cooked should be fed ,
raw or two in'his business. L v '
ough wetting once a week or ten poultry
or three times a week, and green food, Chickens all fowls ;
a days. yes, ; are greedy: Developmentsfactions .: :
every .day, winter' and summer, i if creatures and'are liable to eat more thanis ,
I During dry seasons the crop will be fowls are ,confined in yards. Green good for their owner. "All they will "

II very materially increased by irriga cut bone ''is an excellent feed either eat up clean," is often more than they .
P tion. A small planting may be suffi-! separately or mixed with the mash. need."'. In this they.are: very much like Addrtu,

ciently watered; from a well or:.cistern ,Our.manner'of feeding for eggs is human; bipeds G. D. ACKERLY,
,but a. large planting will require a Did you ever know of a sterile hen?
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to give, the mash 'every other morning 'Eggs are tested into five and sometimes t,CENtRAL PASSENCCR. A6CNT -
1 'w.ater.supply. from a pond or running. in summer and every morning in late ten grades by the candleis who are THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE

v stream. fall and winter. Care should be taken, now using electric lights in place of wax JACKSONVILLE., FlORlOA 4<
,:If'' the season is favorable, celery however, not to give,a full meal, but candles. Even rotten eggs have their use 'w, ;;;."'si' "
will be.ready for'use by November 20 sufficient; satisfY' hunger, and thus in dressing some kinds of. leather.' -

v to 25.; However, it will not be.at its compel the hens to hunt ,around for A writer in Farm and Ranch from his- Mr. T. H. Jacobs' in the Poultry; "

best.until later in the season. As' it whatever:they may find in the yardsor experience says: \ Keeper, gives a few rules that should I e
The fact is that and lime
gravel In the -
often referred to by our readers:
continues to grow higher, covering of litter of the crops. We feed nothing soil or on it seems to have no perceptibleeffect .

some, kind should be used, allowing'only.tips at midday but green food, such as upon the fowls. Hence we 'conclude Ten cents a pound is about the average .
'4 : of plants to appear above i cabbage, and at night, wheat Oats and that except when confined it)is a price of.hens in. market for the .whole '
'the covering material. With the dwarf I cracked com, separately or mixed,to waste of labor to be supplying eitherlime'or year

t J varieties sufficient' dirt may be hadfrom gether. The heavy breeds being gen I egg-shells! grinding comes largely material from Material the food for Ten cents should feed a chicken ton

: the spaces .between the rows and erally less active than'the light, need eaten and the water drank, and grinding weeks, .and it should then weigh two

., .l beds. Tall growing varieties often require to carefully fed and kept busy material maybe picked up on any sort of; pounds.. -
additional material. scratching. Avoid over-feeding if you soil, and it is not necessary that it be of Ten months a year is usually the high

".c; ...., Celery will stand a good deal, of wish an abundance of eggs.' flinty texture. est limit of'time daring,which a ben'.will .

L:" r cold.. If the thermometer goes below We do not' believe: condimental Ten hens in a. house 10x10 feet are lay. '_'

H 'tweiityfive'degrees !it_ will 'be} well tot'tover.the foods.:' Healthy stock does not need .enough.: The yard' should be at least ten Ten quarts of corn, or its equivalent,-, :
times as large &9 the floor. of the ho se. shouln feed a hen ten weeks, if she iJ of
1 I l "Entirely. Remove. the them-:-in fact, they'are,more or.less oJ ,Ten weeks' fromshell, tor:.market is the a large) breed, but ten (marts. for t time.'months '

> t! ,, '\covering.'as:soon as the. weather mod- an injury to, them. The following.tine allotted a broiler chick. : I' is a fairer.propo .. 0 '-(%.... -: 7. ,
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,""", j.2;-'- : : 'Our : Banks, of fear to trust their hard.earned < A.Boy's Worst Foe. ,;
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:i ; .,. of banks., '
.._ ,. : 'it' dollars in the,keeping tsen'd'y'boy where your girl 'can't 1
If' 'je ;, ':-: -' ':-.- ;;'" ,'- ..: .... ;, ,. Moneyordersare..often. ( (obtained by .i
;. :- s *):::Several;parties,at/Largo have;-soldmod" The Kltibeo'Slok.-- persons who have a, :few' dollars to Andy,."There's no danger forL boys .
A 'f* .ttheir.::"orange/' crop)fog $#. So/on" the There is. probably no ,article of l lay away This is made'evident, by you know, J
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Because all have their wild oats tosow.
r txi :tobetaken: off'not later than they I
f' : furniture which 1 the good housekeeper the operation :of the law, 'which declares ." .
VDecember..; ,About" eight or nine tho. sc. appreciates more, or which saves her a ;rooney-order void when not There is no more excuse for: my boy to
t ; .; and;crates ,will be :shipped' from: there so many step, as.a kitchen sink. An presented 'for payment within one below ;

r, 'tbis'season' inexpensive and very convenient one y ar. When a'money-order is retained Than,your'girt Then please do not'tell '1

:V -Py r/.orie.; 'hundred" 'dollars have seen recently,' .was two and one-half by 'the payee beyond that period it I him so. '
I This world's old lie is a'boy's1list foe-
> A been) 'sentfrom: ,Plant City' to Kissim-- I feet.high, two feet wide. and six feet can only be renewed"by) the, "superin To'hell or the kingdom they each must '
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.' tV ,mee in i the pas'f'two weeks.for,tobacco .long. A partition ,divides it in,two tendent of the,system Washington rand go. :.
i ;, :'t;. plants. It-is'quite a':'pity' ,this' moneys parts, making the..sink two feet' wide the number of cases where,money- : 1
could nQt'bave been kept'at ,home by Don't sendmy boy where your girl can'tgo' \
? and four feet long. Under the zinc- orders have been retained for one, -

.' ', .bur;people raising.their,i .own*,plants,-- lined basin, which is four.inches deep, two, three, and even more years is For a boy pr a girl' sin is sin, you know, J
;' Plant City',Courier.] is a place used .for kettles, with two surprising. The records show that in And my'baby boy's hands, are as clean

ri',"7" "' SheriffBrown,, and M.-.S. Jones,:Jri:, doors in front. At the left of the partition most -instances where money-orders and whlte.And ,-
Ii .had the county'bloodhounds out,for a ,is a drawer seven ,i inches deep, are not presented:within the prescribed ,l his i heart is as pure' as your girl's, to

:V ::'-\;,": ;A trial Ascent," a few: days ago; TheyfoundIhat for clean dish-cloths, br d.clths) period the order 'was purchased by That which night.sends_ a' girl to the pits of :
:: the dogs'could"trail a negro iron-holders, etc, A shelf,' put .in payee. with no other purpose than depositing hell .

I:, i without i any trouble) ,no,matter how he under' this drawer is used for bake- his money where he knew it Will send the J oul of'my boy'there as

V ', ...r. Mriedto. .. avoid them. ,It was, :feared. pans, skillets, ,griddles and other would be safe until wanted. well. -
,.c i-f" [that close,confinement so .long'might cooking, utensils, and a door hides When the original money-order has -Woman's. Voice. .l

t'f.:,; :have,prevented them from, :following them.from,:view. A pump at one',end become void a duplicate is issued *. r --
,': *,a(trail that was not very hot.Titus.V of 'the sink draws, the water from a upon application by the superintendent Boys, Don't Be a Jelly Fish. ,

V ,, :ville:Star. cistern at a .corner'of the ,kitchen, out- .of the system, and void_ duplicatesare If you liave anything to dodo it at
,; : Mr. Cliff.has: several. l Italian or Japanesechestnut. side,,''and,a pipe'near the pump is used replaced by warrants upon a fund once. Don't sit down in the rocking-
'{ trees which are bearing to, carry the,'dish-water to a, barrel l, created by uncalled-for money which chair and lose three quarters of an hour
in the Be that it will
dreading job. sure
:.pretty well: this year. A ,bur sent'to which is also out the kitchen; a coveris has accumulated since the system has seem' ten times harder than it did at
\n this office fronione of the, trees contamed fastened.to the barrel with hinges. been in operation. Hundreds of f cases first

,>3' three large]apparently sound The top above the drawer :is a convenient could be given ,where farmers, miners, ,Keep this,motto; Be on time in small
4 'It'F ::: bestnuts-ea measuring about one place to set the dishes before mechanics and other persons have used things as,well as great. The boy who is

i uand'ahalf, inches'across:; the flat 'part, they are washed and &fter they are the money-order system for a savings be behind time to at breakfast"left" in and the school important will '

?,f" ',four! and a half to five, inches around,' dried, while waiting for the housewifeto bank, among the most striking being things sure of life.get -

.V: 'and over one inch from base'to,upper put them in the cupboard. The the case,of a, miner at Leadville, Col., If you have a chronic habit of dreadIng
*jpoint. :The bur: was three inches range is a few feet, from :the ,sink; a who ,purchased an order for $2,200, and putting oft things,,make a great
,;. ::4 t across where the chestnuts'were held,' short piece of hose is used to' fill the payable himself, and: permitted the effort to,cure yourself. Brace up I Makeup

t 'not counting the outside stickers: 'Jhe 1 reservoir directly'f from,the pump 'anda money to remain, on deposit for five backbone.your mind Don't that DO you a will limp have, jelly-fish some

*- I' .huts were very fine looking, but inside longer'one fills the bath tub. years. For the sake of the security kind of a person 4

t F were: somewhat soggy showing 'signsof 'The drain pipes in your kitchen afforded depositing the money with ,Depend,upon it that life is very muchas
3 t early.decay, probably owing to the sink:..should. be thoroughly cleanedonce the government he was,not only willing you make it. The, first thipk to decide '
4: humidity of.the-Florida, 'climate', -If 'or twice a week, and this task to forego the, interest which he is what are you going to.make it.

this: apparent defect can be remedied; may be very easily and quickly 'ac would have received had the money and The go next,to work.thing Make to\ takeoff yourself your necessary coat
,+ 'the raising'of.these'chestnuts in Flor- complished.' Make stopper of piece' been placed in a,, savings bank or somewhere., There are thousands of

;, V ?i Ida would l ,probably come profitable. of potato, corn cob, anything 'else otherwise invested, but he paid the boys and young men who wouldn't be '
Florida Philosopher. that.will,' answer the purpose; and fit. commission demanded by the government missed if they would drop out tomorrow.
r= Is"is-probable! .i that the it 'into the lower end of the pipe for,i issuing the order. Don't be one of this''sort '
government Be in little world,
a power your own
wprkat the station 'Subtropical Make strong solution of borax and The use'of the money-order systemas
4 : ; experiment or and then, depencf upon it, the big worn '
rc : ..Laboratory; in Eustis, will boiling'water, and fill the pipe with it. a savings bank is resorted to, as frequently will hear from you.

cease after October ist.. On' the cpndition It is more convenient to do this in the to-day as,at any time in the V .. .

: ;that.such a station be established everting. Take ,out the stopper the paSt. The, mails bring to the post There isone thing all farmers -should'
jtf : here'and the. work ,be carried 'on next morning and let the water out. office,department'daily numerous void keep in *mind, Bays Fred. Gruhdy, in .
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,, for a space of five years, the people'of After rinsing'with boiling water, ,you orders to be renewed, and,the officials Farm is and Ranch certain, and that to. ,is that pay..
will find that trace of who have the renewal of the orders in day positively come along.If
disagreeable -
F t ;Eustis, purchased lot and erected every he buys anything; on :credit, it will
the necessary buildings with funds, odor has disappeared: arid the charge understandthat ,the, system is have to be paid for. Many men ehut
'0\ t4 ,raised*"by popular subscription.. As pipe is sweet,and' clean. Pipes'in the being used InVthe, place of savings their eyes to the future, and buy anyway,'

' f I' V thefiveyears; ; have now elapsed( bath room,may:be; cleaned: the same banks.-The, ,Chicago Record, Sept. and trust to "luck" for We cash wherewith
: G lTd to settle. Such men constantly
are
way; in-fact, the cleansing, germ des ii. -
.t government ,has made rio fUtt in trouble. A short time of our-
ago.one
: troyingproperties of borax have never ,
fi appropriation for tbe'work, active op ; grocery stores adopted tho'c 'system.
::: ;i eratiQns'will cease for 'the present at been properly appreciated by good A Long Neglected Study. The cash had to be paid down for every
least., Prof. Swingle left for the north'some housekeepers, and it is so inexpensivethat The Ohio University has added tits thing that went out of the store. Customers -
one can afford to be liberal the who had dealt there for,years
weeks and Prof. Webber chair of Domestic
ago, : departments a
I went to.other stores, while people who'
= ;sill,start..for Washington'early in Oc- use of it.-Coleman's Rural World. Science. This has been done after had been paying cash at other stores for,
;tbber. It is likely the government 4..... careful consideration, of the needs of years changed to this to get the benflt'of

;will, 'establish a: station at, some point About Postal Savings'Banks. young, women ;and in the belief that the lower prices, the cash store having,
.on;the East Coast,and while it will be In the,office of the, superintendent something more than the now-known reduced prices on, all classes of ,goodsten : 'V
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: \ ? in charge'of: Profs..Swingle' and Webber of( the money order system of the gen- scientific and literary courses is required : to twentyper centGENERAL ,

," ,.i they ,will devote but part of their eral,postoffice at Washington is evi- if women are',to leave collegerounded .ROBERT E. LEE;,'

;'time'',tothe.!, work at.the, new. station, dence'which convince the' most and, symmetrical in character '-

-llh'c\ greater portion! of their experiments skeptical that there exists, especially strong in body and ready to as- Soldier, Citizen,, and Christian,Patriot. .

,! ;to be,carriedtn at the A gncul.J. in the West, a demand for a. government sumeduty.: There is to be no effort ,

''''. :. 'tural. ,Department in Washington The institution, where' the savings in:this 'department to teach trade, buta The new life of General Lee, trader this
.1 } i"_ work ,of Profs. Swingle and Webber'in'the.direction of the people may be deposited. young woman: who' completes the title, written by Dr. Edmund, ;Je&ng

:':f'<.S'i.;: .;.,;t"J ; ; of discovering cures I The. ,money-order system was 'established course should be able to make 'a'' live- Lee, Mrs.. Roger .A.,' Pryor and others,
will
. t,: >. <;for.the diseases of the orange and.oth- : ..for, the accommodation of lihood' in, any one of a dozen direc probably life of this prove great by leader tar, the that most]ba popular '
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'j ,) _M it 'er'trees of "the" ,citrus family has been the people-those,.who,, do not,enjoy tions. been.,publ hed. It is a''Royal; Octavo ever
; : productive of, thegreatest'good. They bank. accounts and cannot forward volume= containing nearly 600' .
.!: : :: M Have found'absolute cures and preventives money, by checks. "While] the object H. TvFelkel, of Leon county, will beautifully illustrated and well, prisied
-.;t.if. :' "'., ; for,someof :the.most destructive of_the;system'was purely to facilitatethe make one hundred bushels of Spanish' from. good type by the Royal! Publwbieg
fJ> and' diseasesnd 'their transaction of business, In',the Company, Richmond Vimak, wfea Sara ;
annoying by
1, / ,1 as : offering peanuts to the acre. this'year. selling exclusively by'suLecriptioH.,
>.7 V" : 'S_>%k'Willjnpart ',still' be in thesamedSectionittne :, at a small'cost the'medium for trans fall,he pulls up the vines and cures .., .
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:: "'f'.L, <:' ff' =; .res Jts: ::9f''their:experi- mitting' ::money;: 'experience Has demonstrated them ifor.hay and ,packs all, in ,his A Practical Farmer:reader S&fs:; tW-
;=" VVV -,:{c' ;r fim nls will! be:more and more valuable that it,is,'not i infrequentlyused ban When he uses them 'in' the fall ''last year I economised by buy wig

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: J ; A4I Jpl sFaUner : JHogs'Harvesting Crops.Itls. f-;" "
All farmers
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.along,tim6/since/ I had a talk with z
1f: ,; "" v.o .. .' '
.P "'> you. discouraged onaccount' J value. The wide
':; *-/ ; 8trckon' of:,the law. Meo.from.lwoor '
: ., .'' 1 "D"sun"ip$. .. with 'ParalyilVof hog : n. g
three miles have driven their : awake farmer
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;d, ,,;"4. ; ., > Hit' '',LowerLltnba.-Caused hogs into neighborhood on'account;of 1 U I .. i recognizes .
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!" .-. t. tbo the; nPe 'ior'angf, and even send their i importance
.; From Now. Oreensburg.Ind. '
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'. ;-: ..".' ;Many ofrtoarriaders: may remember an side hereto jay watch.tbem'a premises and d.,eat the..my boys grapes go in* I I ofIertilizers"andap" -

7 -? item }l'thS'! paper' a year ago last fall when I; am away, )leaving the gates open,'* phesthem.wtth; profit to himself' .
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.1 : 'whichfBtated J that biriVilliam.Stimpson; and ham about have r
: ready give
f; '' ... '' .; ,-a-well-to-do/farmer./ Hying near ; up. An illustrated book which tells what :
-Rugby always! .raised<<: a good'garden, but this Potash .f Is;how It
,i', l", ). *'Ifid(,'had been stricken with paralysis year the drought. has been bad.'the hosrs F' should? be, used,.and how,'much Potash a, well-balanced

..u ;'he'llower limbS; ,'and ,his recovery was- .worse. I planted one" one-half bar.rels 're'e .fertilizer,should ,contain, .is,sent free to all applicants..
; doubtful. Send address. -
'j { >' ] of potatoes n"a rich, moist piece of your ,
: The/case-which; was an ground andJ looked fine hat GERMAN KALI WORKS.W Nissan
::: ; i :lJbri they when St..New York; -,
\: sere.and:complicated one has at the tubers were about the size of pullet's ;
'. : '>; entirely cured to the utmost ,surprise -
;;- i :fell across the fence breaking
::.&.... :',, ," =lJ, d .joy, ( 'M .-Stimpsdn:' family. itdown,'and'a?out twenty hogs, came in the, primaries, who shall be ou\owri (J I j E uc.atlnf ,i
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: Stimpsonwaa:: pleased to relate tos and' Clean dtOO ,ground' in two .nights, neighbors who are loyal to the business j j I ;
,",, ;; -, a-reporter the:particulars', !regarding his :and I have had. ,to pay 35 cents a peck interests of the State and send the hog V
BODY
:: 'case, and his subsequent'recovery. :for potatoes all summer and have had. politician to the rear-and.his'.hog.to.the ."
.-t ,MA< .year: ajjp last fall," began Mr. :nonetoseTL.I manure heap.; If a man.wants to .raise 4 .

.,.. Stimpeon did aJ amount of work., keep a dairy of ten cows and expect hogs'or cattle'let him 'do it at his. own MIND .:
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j : 1,: : My' hired help left/me:/ in, the middle of I every day that the Cows will come up expense and, not at his_ neighbor's ruin; MORALS?:
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.t Fo' born cutting and I finished the fall work Southern Ruralist. '
< I dry, either sucked by the hogs or'.milked :
.l 'f .;myself,put up several hundred shocks of :by. their: next o/ kin, the herders. I"tell Mh- I

br fodder and also husked all my corn. To you;.the people of Florida.are not going Money In Tobacco. ;; FREE. TUITION.K- -:.
accomplish/this ,
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to stand this much longer. I move that Myself and .three. all
neighbors
.Iate.c . are }
I a delegation of from each got : f.
county
men
small farmers all TUE.
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VAbout the first of December I
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.. .stroke a petition signed by all thepeople hundred and twenty.five dollars in hard ,, rfO1
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sphys'tclan'said'waa brought,, ] in each county :who, are opposedto cash between us out of Vuelta Ab jo' tobacco n U4T'U> ATi' "
\, on by exces-: t the .razor back running ,at J large, and
% .sivelabor./ .. My left limb''was' entirely ,.besides making our usual spring
f f' I IL demand the Legislature abolish the ;
helpless! and limb fast be'coming crops. .This fall we expect 'to make twice
'r ) my right was -
I evil, with instructions that if the thing
1 t as much tobacco, because
;, so. 'My physician became unf we know Is supported grants from the National Government
: j is[ not done, we will turn out en masse
and after for more about growing it and have no : Alt tuition free to all student
'.easy, attending'upon me 'aw :and march through the State slaying' from Florida. Open to males and females.
'week / he brought a-box of Dr. spring crops to take,our time., I am air! ,
or 80, me ? every hog we can find. Something; must Women board with families In town.. Men
Williams' Pink; Pills for. 'Pale People; Yours respectfully, board at College Mess Hall for 110.00 per
that ,he believed be done and that quickly, or every decent H.H. TAPLIN.. month.. ,A ,most .healthy location. College =
saying they would dome ;
.e ; man will leave the.South.-Southern Ft. Meade, Fla. 8u attends all students free of charge..
more good than anything which .he '
Ruralist Military discipline 'similar to West Point:
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ix .. *knew of, as.be had used them with great : .... :. Pour. courses of Instruction*-Agricultural
3 s 'success. i in a":casevery' similar to mine .Poultry. Notes: Mechanical Latin.Scientific and Women', ''
Superior equipment In Laboratories. Give
where all other remedies had failed. The Hogs and Immigration. I.want to give you a little,of my experience degrees of B S and A. B. Fall Term opens s
'case in question was.that. of L. Phillips., Perhaps: might be objected ;in the in breeding and raising chickens. 'Monday, October 4th 189T. For catalogue.
f ,Lof Petersville. former article that the means were unbecoming First-I have observed that black giving full Information address -41

_. "About the time I began taking the the, end proposed,viz:'the cessa- chickens are hardier than light ones- W. F. YOCUM President,

second box of these pills ,a decided ion of the hog .and cattle nuisance,.but Second-that,they lay better. Why,:'it Lake City, Florida. .

//change.was noticed, and when I had takron he; writer'wished' to open' the eyes of the is I,cannot tell, except it is because black ---
', two more boxes we discovered that I ]public to the fact that:whatever government absorbs all light while :white reflects,all .
r ,;was actually getting well You sin pfob- ] favors: class. legislation, allows cat- light.TbIrdTItis. The :Bade City Democrat says the ln. '

6 *;ably imagine what a relief' and feeling,of j jt tie and hog owners 'to trespass upon their best to have but one cock. come from tobacco I in Pasco County this _

gladness this was to me, after being confined J neighbor's premises is.SO,clearly pnconstitutional among lot of tens.. This l I account for yeV:will, e.twlce as much.as from, any .
; to'my.bed for.nearly two months I soutterly,!subversive:! of the by the fact that where there is more orange product in its palmiest days. The

''well,-I-kept on taking,the pills .accordJ rights of the citizen that it'is only necessary than one:cock,-if they do not fight,.theyare acreage will.be largely increased the coming -
,;f 1g.to directions, until r had consumed at' the 'primaries, to refuse a candidate always jealous of. each other, and go ,season.: The plantings in South Flor

nine boxes) of them,. which completely who will. not legislate,equal xightsto excite the. ,cured me/ 1 _all citizens and ,failing that to destroyany they 'are' weakened, so.that one cock and do not come in competition
:. :** _161, am'sound: and well today with iota I I.r. vermin that intrudes.upon your.landto will serve- twenty-five hens in the full with the coarser and cheaper produc
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t., r' sign of the returning affliction and can j jr cause the owners of these intruders to strength and vigor, while two would be tion. 'With increased duty on thi8'the claw
: ': 'affirm that Dr;Williams' Pink Pills for J keep! them away from their neighbors altogether weak.If producer will be greatly encouraged.The .

/t..,.' ;. -..!PalePeople: did me 'a .wonderful good 1 unless they'wish to lose them or you want more than twenty-five farmer who would succeed most
1&: r : and probably.saved me from the grave." ;again to say this ia a government of the hens, have another, lot at least quarterof have an eye to business-an eye that sees
if'i ) .( .>To allay"all_doubt as to the truth of his 1 1J people by tyrants who, care nothing for a mile distant.. what his farm heeds. .He must put forth 'oS

::.... % : statement, )fro 'Stimpsonmade:/ out the. 1 peoples rights instead of goverment by S. A. McCALL vigorous.well calculated efforts when occasion
!i : following sworn affidavit: 1 the people.wherein all people's rights are Pensacola, Fla. demands.It .

; / EOOBYIND.; Feb.2,1897.; 1 11F respected. Suppose' the State of, Florida. is estimated that the loss: by hog
r t .. "ihis is.to certify" that' I do hereby )forthe last.twenty,years had been ruled Farm Notes., cholera in Illinois last year was between

: :awear.thgt the foregoing:statement is abplutelf on business principles instead of political 'The man who kisses his wife in public fifteen and twenty-five million dollars

.il != true:, WILLUM .STJMPSON. opinions, is. it not. patent that settlers maybe a good husband, but there'can be The combined losses of all the ,States
.y 'COUNTY' OP 'BARTHOLOMEW, I would have poured into the.State, that no"doubt about the ,one who puts wood must be over one hundred million Collars. .

p- : ySTATB oir .INDIANA. }t dd1tk' roads would have been made for bicylista and water in the kitchen and lights the The Swine Breeders'Association of
over.[ all the State in all directions?' As it Illinois endorse ,Sn'eddy's Hog Cholera
iVSworn to subscribed before me, a is if .we want to go to our county.seat at fire.A. effectual
t ., ... ,justice. : of .thelPeace.,. in a dcJor said DeLand from New,,Smyrna or. ,Port Orange barbed wire fence la barbarous institution Specific as an remedy.
: oo'unty.in.saldSate.! ABNEB NORMAN we have to take a crude heavy sandy and should' be abolished. Horses Indian corn and other} summer crops
I=< Justice,of the Peace. road and wade creek i impassable in hot and cattle are annually' mutilated. and it. will mature earlier from Northern grown< kThe'NewEm was. also informed" that weather. fails to turn the razorback hog. seed ; but the. reverse is' .true of wheat in

if s $Nr&,_.Charles/. WilliamS, 'of the same Think of it I lor. the politicians 'coming .. Prof. Connellof..the., Texas A. ,& If. the South .
neighborhood, had been cured of rheu- around with their shibboleth to catch College, says that any boy in Texas who
f'matism. and Henry' Johnson, of Harts- votes yet doing-nothing to open up the wants an industrial education and is 'the $100{ REWARD,_ $100.

Mlle, wlo was troubled.with neuralgia; State. to tourists or settlers. Hereaboutsif right sort of boy otherwise, can, get it The readers of this paper will be.pleased '
x was also.cured ;by ,Dr. Williams' Pink a road ran from the Georgia line to whether he has a cent of'money or .not. to learn.that there is at least one dreaded

Pills: :;. Jt-seems that' thfa,:remedy is;, ink Key West or -bicyclists could .rundown Let.the farmer boy:with, .an ambition disease that,.science has been able to
,great'demand in that neighborhood. I 50 to 100 miles a day.south, southeast keep his eye on this, cure in all its stages and that is Caterrh.
r TtUin. ; I livingon Plants take nearly all their food ,dissolved Catarrh only positivecure
.j contain in'a onderi8ed.fonnt.all the, j the line'of these roads would have in water, ana without >water they how known to the medical -frater

- t j *element! necessary.to give. new life and I callers of bicycle parties of two, ten or take none, though it may be, abundantin nity. Catarrh being"conetitutioaal disease

3f richness to the,blood and'restore shatter- !twenty, ,to dinner or supper bed and ] the soil.There ., requires a conatitutional.treateneBt.Hall's .
it ed ne'yes.. They are also a"specific, for breakfast,'the money for which wouldgo $10,000,000 [ Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
are worth' of
r ;troubles peculiar to females, such as sup- I right into the 'pockets of the egg and ,into this country goatskins acting directly 'upon the blood and macbut -
+ons, 'and ali. forms of chicken' and raiser annually.imported. Burfaces of .
,k; press irregularities I vegetable instead .ofas the system, thereby de-
_-. '< weakneaa. They build up the bloodaudi : 'now by Senator Dougherty's contrivance :Secretary/Wilson/_ .t asks-rAyhy/not, ./ 'ofing the foundation the di aid
them ourselves.
p) .. 'Wt6retho( glow. of health to pale and : ., Into the railroad pockets. solely, grow giving:the patient strength" $ g
'=f.t.; \4 ',: 'sallow. cheeks. In men they effect a radical the bonds of which railroads... are Cowpeas: and- beggarweed for theex: up.the constitution and assisting 'na' tre.
l ;,T;, afire in all cases arising from mental 'owned in England, chiefly,* and is thus treme south' send:"cow'peaarand.. / doterfarther in,Hoing iti/work: :: The'pfopnetort: have
f, : .s 'worry Pink Fills are sold? in boxy lost to Florida Why should this State north are- the team/that will BO much faith in cbrfttire. pow"" g,that
t-1"'l';" '*{never in.loose bulk) at 50 cents a bwforf. be made a truck patch as it were for England bring southern agriculture out.-of the. they'offer :One Hundred Doiiara: for wj t;

.'i p.:> ., ; :six boxes for$Z.5o,and maybe had of allis arid English investors to.reap all the mire. case that it fail to core. Bend for;,Ibt
fdf! ggiita, or..direct by 'mail from 'Drr benefits of and'we;.to be left wholly an* The fresher manure is. when; a pliedthe etT; e mo &l&. Ad4He ; ,

? 'r. ,, *v"Hrtii5A' : m '"Medicine Company,: Soheneiiii considered. .Think:of na>doing all thia I belter.,whether plowed ofM' i FQD, : ., _,F.J.'anQEYkCO.+ ; ; Tom, Q' ,

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> i rih .Finer and Fruit Grower sightly 'on,our 'American roads, are QUERIES AND ,REPLIES away burned up in .the city crematory '
smoothed and sodded from to bottom .
hauled
top ,' or away by neighboring
';: *; c.i, A-Weekl/ Newspaper published at 16 Main (this is also a work of utility,,.in A,FARMING REGION.=I am anxious' gardeners; but the great

I' Street. TacksouTttle.Fla._ preventing washes ;j), their: slopes are ,to'know if the land in Bradford county trouble is that stable-men and all

.. dotted with flowers and shrubs, and ; or anywhere south to Waldo, horse-owners use sawdust for bedding,

TKBM3. OF.8UB8CBIPTIOKlor sometimes one sees fine mosaics, almost -.Gainesville .or Orange Heights is and this renders objectionable
,Oft- Year' .:..:....'..l........:....>.tr..a adapted to general, farming the manure very -
life size representing trees with purposes It the land and.injures ,
: sours
for,Bis. Months............i.u.u.n..iu I" market
or
In foreifn Countries' ................,.'.u.r ",-..o0v branches,leaves and fruits. The trav- gardening, such as raising the crop. Still, we believe there
'. : /T&1 cripUong In''all duel cash in eler never wearies in looking out the I: corn, potatoes, rice, cabbage, pears i is a good opening here for a skillful
ad vance ,No discount'allowed,on one's I windows; he is surprised and delighted and peaches, tobacco, strawberries, gardener who would employ commer-

jwn fubBcription(except ins club),buffo : 'at every turn. ground peas and chufas, sugarcane cial fertilizers judiciously.' There is
' all liberal cash commission will else this cli-
or
agents & anything adapted to ,
talk of a municipal regulation forbid
' be allowed on all subscriptions obtained Several 'orange-growers on Indian mate. I desire, to get a farm where I
'py them. Write for terms., River have been concerned what raise ding country growers from peddlingon
over- can most anything I'need, and if
:To subscriber, new.or old? ,remitTing the. streets until after eleven o'clockin
-s every call "red rust which is simplyone such
they can track
you put me on of a
us $3.00-8 will send.the.paper one the forenoon ; if this is enacted it
r. .Year and a copy of, Rolfs' vegetable! of the indications< of 'dieback, 'a place, you, will confer a great favor.,, will hurt''' the truck farmers consider,
s Growing In_ the South, for Northern symptom being substituted the ail R. J. CAMMACK. able.

Markets pit- id. For two new subscribers ment. A Mr. Andrew Froscher Muscogee, Fla. __. .__
at. ".00 each we will send, La Grange, is mentioned as having A Fungus Disease of the San Jose
postpaid, a copy of Moores. "Orange compounded a solution with which he I, All the region indicated is a. good Scale.
psi attnre." farming region, especially about Lake
1 Bates of advertising on application cures this rust by spraying. Butler and along New River in Brad This week brings us the promised
No intimation is given, for the benefit bulletin on this subject, by Prof. P.
ur Remittances should be made by check, ford county. It is a very healthy region
postal note money order or registered of the public, as to the ingredients except fn the, places where the H. Rolfs, of the Florida Experiment' ,
of this solution. .Whatever benefit I Ithis'solution I '
letter. to,order of soil is based 09 "rotten limestone." Station. It is a work highly creditable -
,7.iBJC1IJI cairn fBUIT GBOWJSB.Jacksonville: may give temporarily, the A few words',inserted in cent-a- to the State, as it is in the direction
our
,,4 Fla. dieback is a constitutional sap disease word ,column would doubtless bring .of original research, a genuine
and can not be permanentlycured contribution to science.
CONTENTS. offers of eligible farm
you property.
by external ,applications anymore The region around Waldo is excellentfor The Professor begins by citing the

'' Items,from Meehan's Monthly; ....... ....... 610 than,blotches and a muddy com- peach' ltuie, also good for general fact that all insects, no less than ani
4r' plexion due to a, diet and lack mals and have their diseases
GBOVX AND 01CBAJlD-Wcat Coast Letters gross farming and stockgrowing.PURPLE ,man, : own
I H;,Peach, Pear and Pig'. Queries; of exercise. can be remedied by lotions -. and their parasites, still smaller than
'4i" ",Future of Citrus Palits.....-.-............ 611 and cosmetics. Still this "red themselves, which prey upon them.In .

J .The Camphor Tree, m;.New Florida Fruit rusr" is nqt a matter for serious'concern -i. SCALE.-I am endeavoringto a state of nature all these hostile

..... J Alain........."........II..............,.....,6ia ; probably in a great majority of find out all I'can respecting the species and warring tribes hold each
... ....... eradication of the scale
Peach Tree Borers;Persimmon 613 cares it simply indicates that the growers purple Myti other in check and preserve the bal.

r ,PHCERY, -Fighting! Ants and Mealy, :Bugs..'.. 6ijFAIXBR have fed their young trees too laspis citricola, which was introducedfrom ance of dominion. But 'man is continually .

'. AND'Tftuaczft-Growing, Ctlery to generously, being anxious to force Florida on nursery stock, and breaking this balance of
1, the South.' ...............-.!.................. 614 them .to' to has become serious pest. Can you up
up a.bearing size, replacethe nature ; he carries animals and insectsto
:,,4 :FOULT, **.-Feeding for Egg Production;Best trees which yielded them .hand- send information respecting, the new countries, where, relieved for

-: .Notes.Remedy..,..for.....Bowel........Disease,.......;.,.4 Poultry....... 615 some revenues before the freeze. When methods it? you use to effectually G. P. HALL.destroy the time being from the attacks of
'* the winemaker occasionally hears a their natural enemies, they flourish,in.
Oox. RURAL HOMX-The Kitchen Sink; Office Board of Horticultural
y4 bottle,burst and scatter into Hinders ,County -
threaten man'scrops
'Aboui Postal Savings Banks;ALong Neg- ordinately. They
a 1 lected Study; A ])01','Worst Foe; Boys, about the cellar he' is. pleased, for Commissioners, San Diego, 'Cal. or his domestic animals with de.
Don't be a Jelly Fish; General Robert E. he knows the young wine is {frisky For all kinds of scale and insects but struction, then he has to search

; .. .....,.s....... 616 and lively and will be of a good qual l the rust mite you can use the Jcerosene around and discover new enemies for

Hogs. Harvesting Crops, ;Hogs and Immigration ity when it ripens.! So the grower emulsion, which is made as {follows : his enemies or send back to the country .
;, Money in Tobacco; Poultry Notes; who "red rust" his :Make two gallons of whale oil soapsuds
Farm Notes..-. -......,...*.'.. .............'617 sees on young as it can be. made and from which he imported the animals
strong-as
trees know that they doing ,
may are .or insects, and import also their'hereditary
'EDITOBIAL-Ornamenting Railroads; "Red, well in the main, only fed a little too while it is'boiling hot (though not in foes. .
Rust" Queries and Replies A Fungus
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kIT 'Disease; of,the San Jose Scale:........:.. 618 high, that is all. The supply of feed the vicinity of the fire, of course)poura The San Jose scale coming from
of kerosene into it and
thor
should be reduced the ni- gallon
Immigration; To the Cigar Tobacco Growers especially Chili, is one of these imported insect
r.i_ of Florida.....,........-............ ...... 619 trogenous elements of it, such as ,cot. oughly churn it for ten minutes in a plagues (unwittingly imported), and -, ,,
Weekly Crop Bulletin;Profits,in Pears and tonseed meal, nitrate' :of soda, blood spray pump or pour it back and;forth for a time it, was the'most deadly ene-
from vessel another until it becomes
'Pines; Undiluted Kerosene for San Jose and tanhge, etc.. one to ; my our deciduous fruits ever encoun-

Scale'; J.tJorlda.IDrormaUOn.-. *,o emulsified or creamy. Whenit tered. This was largely because it
'' Potato Planting; Honey u Pood........II... 622 Orlando, Sept. 21.-No material has cooled' dilute it to make forty had its own way, unchecked by any

Diversified, Farming;Principles of Controlling gallons. For spraying select a cloudy diseases' or enemies whatever. In the
i Horses....:............................ 634v damage tO'the orange trees was: done day or do it.it so thoroughly to wet
::: Northern States .it still has its own
the wind and rain of
:It' by storm yesterday every leaf on both sides and every
> : Weather Jacksonville. creating widespread and serious
v and last night. Careful observers twig on which there arescale: insects. way
i 'week. finding September it, 197. alarm, because it has found no ene
have feared effect of winds. Repeat in two weeks.As .
the
high
a .; mies but in Florida, happily, it seemsto .
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lit., M .. .!I = 'the that of the I to sprayers, we can recommend have been overtaken the
DATB.8ept .a. .. J, upon sprouts came out by persecutor
.. J V L those manufactured advertisers
by our
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.. lilt- _*_ a_ ro sides of the old stumps: The union P. C. Lewis of Catskill N. Y. and 'which nature has designed to "
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I5 69 of the new wood with the old in
8 Wm. Stahl of Ill. Doubtless
13 Quincy
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.: I!... .... 79 81 93 74 19 84 0 instances is'not strong and well'established -. you can procure good implements on .
[ '' %8........ 7.5 .74 94 74 20 84 3S among the orchards of DeFun.iak
U _' .I9. 7D5492731982 and it has"been the Pacific coast.
.03
.. expected that Springs, Prof. Rolls noticed that
2o.q. 71 71 84 71 ,8 18
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f. f, t .......... MMHB 75 M 75 H 17 -;; ; -78 -5.83 HMW many 'would go down under the force TRUCK FARmiNG What would AROUND be the JACKSONVILLE by the San Jose scale were
chancefor
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Total ralnftll6.s3Inchee.._ strong now free from its ravages, being ,covered .
T-Tract.," the groves in the immediate vicinity engaging in a profitable truck farm. with the remains of the dead

i; JL J. MITCHELL Observer.. 'reveals the fact that many of them ing business in the vicinity of Jacksonville ones. There had been no chemical

have come through,the storm withoutthe ? Is there much manure treatment applied to-these trees,hence

We read in a.State.exchange that loss of a tree, while in other cases available the stables of that city, to some other cause for this destruction

, '. ." the F. E.,C. 'Railroadlias. had a row where most of the sprouts had been be given away or sold cheap? Thisis had to,be sought. That cause was

' of cabbage ,palmettoes planted: out' cut away, leaving only one to three often the case in large cities, especially found in the presence of the new par
r .... along the ,lengthy platform i has been done. in the, South. .
, : at Titus- standing, some,damage asite, a'fungus growth which is as
ville.: All such efforts on the part of This' is especially the case where the J.' ORMISTON. deadly to the scale as the latter is to

c :Florida railroads. to beautify the'landscape ground has been,kept clean of vegetable .Nashville- ', Tenn the fruit trees. '

L ought (receive encouragement growth and the trees have been ,There is an abundance of 'truck The San Jose scale is known scientifically

,',-' and furtherance, for they give work,to forced by high fertilization and cul farming around .Jacksonville, such as as Aspidiotus perniciosus.There .

t ,the people and pleasure the tourists. ture. On the whole, however the it is, but it is not of a high grade. is a related variety, the A. ob-

I *. !Many of ,the! .railroads of Europe arebeautifully percentage of loss is, insignificant.- :Thoroughly good vegetables are in demand scurus, which is a native of Florida,

); ornamented'long their entire Dispatch 'to, .the. 'TimesU. ni ,,n and there is never enough of such. and it was undoubtedly this variety
, -- .courts Thecuts," chares ;un- Citizen. There .is of
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..sus'was introduced:from C6i1Lr having 'their"money' returned to "-,:, ,:, --,: ,
To Inseminate this disease them when the institution ii on a self- 'businessupon '" :, '
y ( ; fungus. ; sustaining basis.. a legitimate banking "

,' 'select a branch;from"ahjr tree,:holding Any .one having reputable schemes strictly commercial lines. ,* .
'SanJosescales-affected: with1 :she die they;wish written up can have it done

i ease; cut off a piece eight, tenor when endorsed by our Board of Directorsnpon x
> !< 'twelve inches tie this firmly payment of' a nominal sum,. sufficient
long; : piece to Communicationwith THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FLORID ,
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a .to the'upper side of a limb infested pay expenses. '
all real estate men throughout the -'
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s with: San, Jose scale,so thatthe: two world desired. ,

will lie and contact for is .-. : 'r-, ,
; parallel; ( as ,This not a local affairby any means. ."

:great a portion ol. their length as'j possible It is desired that its influence for good JACI SoNvzxj4i, FLA. 't''t.
;. This is a certain and practical shall extend to every county, and every

method of starting the'scale disease.inan neighborhood To that end in we that'county desire to in'the establish State. Solicits the business of merchants, planters and fruitgrowers .:J

orchard. All accounts have personal attention. Drafts
? agencies in every county. on England '.

f To propagate it artificially, the best Any reputable and competent person, and the ,continent .bought and, sold on favorable .
medium yet found is piece of slightly men or women,endorsed by their County "
acid bread. A piece of bread containing Commissioners as'such, can bo honorary terms. 'R. C. COOLEY, 'Cashier.JAPES .

members and agents of this Bureauon M. SCHUflACHER. President.. }
the spores is put into a bucketof application. Such application must

< water and shaken-.until.it dissolves, in all cases be accompanied by $5 and a :

> 'and. distributes. the spores through selfaddressed, post-paid envelope and'' C.C.Robertson Real Estate j
'the water. This is sprinkled or will entitle the applicant. to all informa- .

sprayed upon the tree: which has the tion other coming fee. 'through this office' without I '

scale; and the, spores, lodging ,on. .-, FIRE INSURANCE AND ;::1

.. ,their natural hosts, or supporters, at To the Cigar Tobacco, Growers of I "
once: begin the beneficent labor of HOUSE 'RENTING ACENCY. ;, i

sapping their life-juices. Florida. .

I- ... The Florida Tobacco Fair Associationhas Hogan and Adams Street % Jacksonville! Fla., .J
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made arrangements to hold a tobacco Do a, general Real Estate Business. At-
IMMIORATION. '.
_- fair at Lake City, Fla, on Wednesdayand Special .. '.
< I Thursday October 27 and 28,1897; tention given to exchanging property. Very large _
Marion County' Bureau of Florida
and invite aid and
cordially -your cooporation -
and
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f, Information and Literature. in making it the largest and finest some good speculations. can be had, now. -]
-' exhibit of cigar tobacco ever made in "
to LEND Jacksonville
Money on ,
Property Only.
D. E. McIvER, .America. '
." President and Treasurer. While liberal premiums,will be'offered GfpVes Timber
Tracts
Ot1ange
CHAS. W. CAMPBELL,SB. the design of the'Fair is not so much to and J
General; Manager an Secretary. encourage friendly rivalry among growers
as it is to Call the attention of the Phosphate.Pttopettties..
BOARD OF DIBECTOBS:' world to: the quality of,the tobacco that ,I
General, TL Bullock, ,Wnu J. Bullock, is grown in Florida and show that thereis F'ARM9. 'ELEPHON 184, _
4 ,C.W.. Campbell, Henry Dunn, George no necessity for going abroad to secure < -i
;Mackay:, .Eph. Carney, Don. McIver, the'finest grades of cigar tobacco. Our
Simon Benjamin, James Cribbett, J, M. tobacco has never had the recognition in SITUATIONS SECURED FOR STUDENTS
Merfdrt, R...Durford. D. A. Miller, D. H. the markets that it is entitled to, and
,Irvine B. 'J:;. Weathers, F. E. Harris, E. for that'reason our growers have not re- ;

''0. McLeod.; Wm. Allen, Stephen Powers ceived the price for,their products that MASSEY'SJacksonville .
JrickeonvilJe i Fla., J. N.. C.: Stockton, they deserved..
,Jacksonville, Fla., Geo. W. Wilson, Jacksonville Now that the supply from Cuba is 1ESTABLISHED
: Fla., A.' B..Kells: shut off.'and manufacturers and leaf dealers
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A, eelfTaddressed envelope: p08 -paid, are looking to some other source fora .. '-
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supply of fine grade tobacco, we believe:
,. .acComP.&I1ied.by,1fty! cents, will get information it to be ,a most.,opportune time for'the ..
obtained after of
.practi aI knowledge and persona, ears'obser- growers action of towardscalhnJ Florida to take some attention concerted to: ,. :,.. -- ,.<
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This is not :
yationv a. money making .
their ability to supply this new demand Fla.
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scheme As an organization we have no ;
and we knowof no better, of searing !
way
land want to sell and do
notwantto
we we :
this attention than by holding a tobacco Columbus, Ga., ; ;
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Our is to have
buy any. object the :
fair, at which shall be exhibited "
j. waste built up places by accutual in Florida setters.occupied Florida and is samples, of our products. We believe Birmingham. Ala., .- F
that such an exhibition will attracts
the Klondyke of the United States. Our large number buyers, and their examination ,Montgomery, Ala.
is seekers'after homes in
t object; toget of our products will result in THE GREAT SCHOOLS OF THE SOUTH.
.' Florida and land-holders together to make .
prompt sales and better prices.
'their own bargains. Under no circumstances We believe that it is to the interest of CHEAPEST_ AND BEST. _,
F sell lands .
will we buy or or receive '
every grower;to be represented at this / .'
commission.Wewill -
a fair either individually his Send for Catalogue Address Nearest .
: do all in our power to aid' astual : or through School_ .
settlers and those who-desire to sell county or neighborhood association. If ....
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i to make exhibit at this 'r
you propose an 1875.
land at reasonable but will :
good rates we '
fair, .pI se'notify the Secretary as (soon
not recommend lands we know to be
valuless, or aid those who :merely wish as possible! so that space may be reservedfor WILLIAM' A. HOURS -

to you. .
speculate
All exhibitors will receive tickets
season
I Those who wish to come to Florida to
live will'do well to communicate with'us. sistants.of admission themselves and a e-. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizer

,? Those who'desire to sell lands either in its
Lake City is, by excellent railroad ,
; this county another,-will do well to .
connections, a convenient place for both
livens a description of their lands section and buyers to meet. We have 8Si1 WEST J3A.7 ST., .I&CI ONVXLLIC, PLA..
township and. range, with price and growers .
v secured a low rate. from all points i in
p terms cash of or this in payments.kind, accompanied Any communication by Florida and neighboring states, also special We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. ,A Gomple stock of *
excursion trains during the two days
0 fty' eJlts'wIU- be_recorded in our Book :. ofthe fair. Hay Corn Oafs Flour Bran Wheat Grits
,Reconi. F. B. MOODIE, ; Meal

times We to will make reserve an expert: the privilege examination: at all of 8.BOTELEB THOMPSON, President. Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark.

Secretary. ,
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all lands offered for sale and advise .with ,
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those who either want to buy or sell;; for Aomm "
:f .we are aware that there'is much land in Atlanta Real Estate Exchange. ::8TATa Faa PURE GROUND BONE

.Florida held at a fictitious value,: and a From recent personal,experience with Tygert-Illen FerUHierCp;,
great" 'deal of valuable land,being 'offered- this company we are 'prepared ,to speak j| 'NITRATE SODA,
,for less than true valued:, inxthe highest terms,of their promptness '
5 Any newspaper in the world publishing and courtesy in transacting real estate Star Brand Fertilizers r i MURIATE OF POTASH, ,

this prospectus three times will be'entitled i- bori. eBS. The secretary.Henry Clay o DANAITSI8.' flK
T= to'all general information free Fairman, is a model officer Any Floridians : SULPHATE POTASH,

F This Bureau. has' no capital, It.will who, may be seeking to buy or exchange Orange Tree and Vijehtlr r \ ,'
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haTe expenses to meet. All who desire : ; for property in this, the liveliest, KAINIT, Eto. ,
to: help immigration to Florida can be and most progressive 'city'of the South, FERTThT t.' ". '. x'

: .>. ;t made": honorary members upon payment should. not fail to consult the Atlanta These JtertnJan ba vtfrM.ao. RPIdei... .iia tau. aw1iet., ,sad. IldaJ, win_YIso&. .'. ; .
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,._........ri: ..:. ':."r"'',A.'4WKLY. .':.r'- .--'. 'CROP'iJit.eTIN.J-t'T i' n pear-grower- :' "L mattes--sometimes= : -he has ii'to. the coniderationpf: ; "our :readers yrs .,
1,. C1': '..,' '-4f':?;" :_" ;;. _:: .:;':: acres -are';'almost'the same as if he as'av>aluablelmethod; (' helping:,Flor?

\.. ,, J. sttOR. WEZIINDING.: .,SEPTEMAER :20THJ;.. picked tIP,',the money in he road. ida. The: names of the'directory are'a L "

.,;. .tJ." f\ :1897. Occasionally. there'is one :who fertilizes guarantee that the scheme,is fret from
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4 '* K! .GENERAL:'SUMMARY.. rf Handles his'fruitS's>>ien atitall and -. .
I, {. is Tie r week, ,:was' generally" favorableforcoi carefully as does the pineapple -grow 'The old man 'who,looks out 'at the

: \ : potatoes,'truck planting and er;and his i] profits are generally greaterin world''' with clear and healthy eyes cannot -
t ,:citrus fruits.. ,More sunshine :and i proportion. help feeling gratification at the

: l iwarnef preyious'week,;when-e& All comparisons invidious, how-' thought.that'his children ,have.inh'erit-

W '::cM ive rain' ,damaged';co ton. The ever, and we would ,not antagonizethe ed from him no weakness nor tendency q
74 wel\her:has:b eli mote"'fav i'ableover: pear-growing and the pine-growing to disease. The healthy old man

ake_ :cotton belt'for picking',the staple, sections: 'We nly'w.ishtbat the"pea i is the man who throughout his' life Shortest, Quickest ,Most Attractive

:$ z _, :and activity prevailed. ;Some of the growers were as painstaking as the kept his digestion good, and. his '

x: --;. ;more:northerly 'counties, however, pine-growers, and that the latter's' feftilizer blood pure. Not one in a thousand :ROUTEBETWEEN

} ,;, complain of frequent showers. The :bills might be as light as those does do it., Germs go through the
i:.." :rains of past two,weeks damage of the former. healthy-body'without effect. Let them FLORIDA. POINTS THE AND' THE NORTH' '

.: ; .'*?' ithat) 'cannot{be overcome ,and, many ..... once find J lodgment or'let them find a \
K deportthat' bolls 'arc'rotting; and'lint Undiluted- ,Kerosene., for the San Jose weak spot, they will 'develop ,by the Florida Central and Peninsular

'' .. ; ''t'J uch ''det riorated., Xcfvices from Scale. million and the ''blood will be full of NEW THROUGH ROUTES.
< ilk -
-::' r some correspondents are to the'effect Entomologist Smith of the New Jersey them. Instead of giving strength to New York to Jacksonville by
'-jof .i .' 'that the yield 'will, belabour fs'per ; ::Agricnlt r 1'''Experiment Stationis the tissues, it will force upon them innutritious New Florida Pennsylvania R. Ii. to Wash :
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4 c : "i'" .cent. of thezverage.} : '1'h estimates, of'opinion:that although the, '1897 'matter, and the man 'will Northern and ington.Columbia Southern, Floridi.Hallway Central to&
,,'t; With lose flesh and :theJi1 re All Line. Peninsular to all
r ;however,Taty ; Afferent counties experiments with i insecticides againstthe susceptible'he points in Florida. principal i
r some,reporters claiming} ,an average San'Jose: scale arenot yet completed is to disease. :Dr. Pierce's Golden Cincinnati to Harriman JuneClne1nnatl -
-'ji ld"orth 'section. 'There "is no ; the results so'far' obtained indicate Medical .Discovery ,is the only medi- tion by Queen It Crescent,

.. "w' question regarding jield'bemgblo ; the 'desirability of a change. in cine that absolutely and infallibly cures Ashevllle & vile Harriman and Columbia Junction by to Southern Ashe--

; the average'for the State.. 'RecenJrans the" treatment heretofore recommend all blood diseases, ,and almost'all dis Jacksonville Central Railway&Pensnsular, and Florida Columbia

I : ,have greatly improved ; it4ay ed. Inteadof'winter applications, eases are blood 'dis ases. It isn't a to Jacksonville.
= 'toe|pineapples;tobacco)and seed-beds' summer-work' ;will,it is believed prove medicine for some one :particular 'soi I Cincinnati to Jacksonville by
Cincinnati
I t with recent' '-transplanting:,of',i most satisfactory, and' kerosene,'undiluted called disease. It is a, medicine for and }Queen, Southern& Crescent Il'y to to Chattanooga Ever--

,; 'cabbage and othervegctablcs.? Large most effective., That the remain- the ,whole body. It forces,Out:! all the Limited.Florida ette,Florida to all Important Central. &Florida Peninsular -

_, ., tq ,.tity'of.haywas housed; ;recently der of the'season' may not be lost to germs of disease, and replaces impur- points. .
'planted .tobacco ..hua good,., start; those'who have scale-infested trees or ities with rich, red blood. Hanaaa'City, MemphlsR.It.toKansascit Kansas City Port Scott A
w. ,'stock-pindars generally: 'good.' Hogs plants the;folio wing.' recommendationis ...... andJackHo'vllle to Birmingham.Southern H'y,
a. L ,.' J: reported to be dying in Sumter county ,made, The Orlando Sentinel mentions.tHe Thro: Line to Peninsular Everette to, Fla.all Fla.Central points&

k'i '" Acreage in', pineapples greatly in- Spray, thoroughly, in'September' all following, which is certainly a good Louis to Jacksonville by

r' .. :created,, along' 'the lower Eastern,pe, i infested, bearing apple,pear, plum andpeach record for'the'people'of a county'who Holly,8p'gsKoule. 1St. Short Central Line to toDu Holly Quoin'gs,

", 5"nia: ular counties. trees,' _with' undiluted kerosene, have had no income from their orange City, Memphis & Birmingham -

; A. J, MITCHELL, : during the middle o f a clear sunshiny groves for, two years : Since July 15, J R',to Everette to Birmingham and F, C.,Sou.&P.

a,. Section Director. ,, Jacksonville; Fla, Mr. J. H. Mooney has sold two Sioux City&Chicago to Jack.,

--. .'.*- r- day.Treating nursery stock'or very young pianos, nine organs, six bicycles; Holly Sp'gs}sonville.Sp'gs. K.,111.C. M Cent.. & B.to to Holly Bir- t
:-'V i' ;\Profits: IB Plats,and Pears. trees with",undiluted' kerosene is not twenty-six sewing machines; and other Route. mingham Sou. R' to Ever
.'1;; ette and the F.C. & P.
T' now recommended since'it small merchandise in his line. This
r t/' The Florida farmer and ,Fruit Grower snot, yet Louls' le & Nash'SUe to Hire
:,." J ivM>liehee the-\fpUdwing item taken from certain.that t serious injury may not be amount of work, will testify to' Mr., New Orleans Junction. F. C. & p. only '
,,, :,,< "* ;ihe'tabnJ 'retuniB' the-crop of "one caused.- Mooney's energy well as his popu- Jacksonville To 1 between route with New through Orleans sleepers and
/ '.i 'of cur Indian riverplheftpple'gfowers"&spubllabed The' 'scales ,Will,; continue< activeth'Qughout' larity, and when purchasers 'want rep Jacksonville.The .
_"x: ,; in The Star of September 3. and kerosenehas liable F. C. & P. has 700 miles of track |10
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September,- goods just as, represented, they
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..> ji _The:Tituaville Star publishes the detailed Florida running through the ;
<0 fatal to all know, where to to 'them. Tobacco Region*, .
proved
;;: made uniformly : stages go get
_; :1.1 shipment of pineapples by Stock Farming and Dairy Ktction, ,
; H.;J..' McQianiaa from May 6th to July i in all experiments'made thus far. No Peach and Strawberry Lands,
;. ; \30th.' He shipped 2,487 standard crates injury has been caused:on any treated There are about twenty pineries being Orange. Banana and Pineapple Country',
'_which' netted.him:$2,946,34y or an avert trees except on plum after a spraying set out within 'two miles of :St. Phosphate Hat Use Belt.Silter Spring and
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''aje of 1.19 per crate. made in.early spring, and this injury Petersburg. All'are':under 'cover.QUICK Other fine Scenery..
The Great
-Thai biir con temporary ,adds: Tnis is Hunting Country.Seathet
jwi about the average: net receipt of the : was: ,temporary.! In addition to the the Noted fishing, Ground i
I Has the best lands for tillage,greatest variety
Bfidford for barrel 'offLeOonte plants above named purple beech
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Dg'IroW of soils in the State and above all
: 1- ,! Rosa rugosa and two species of Spiraea 'WORK Runs over the Central Rldgeland .
',. But.it: mut be: : borne in mind that itUkee I have been'sprayed with undiluted ker- Where It is High and Healthy.
% 'tiro pinple- crates to hold;as 1 osene, .without resulting injury.- In selling and paying for Fruits and Vegetable < Prosperous towns fill its route and it offers
J pinch'as1arrL H't IS' 'uemonth ; snipped to us Is our motto. WE the best freight facilities for any produce to
;stated the pineapple, at least, pays "ByV'undiluted-kerosene"; is meant GIVE GOODS SENT US' BY GROWERS the Northern markets.
twice. well the : the' ordinary burning fluid used in FIRST PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVERBUY : Send alsofor the r1da (sent
M ae LeCOnte"pear.'I' OURSELVES. They are protected free) and note the O MACDUHELL
'TiteaTille:Star! ,'.S e ; ., I limps, in exactly the condition in by our oyears experience without default- a.P.A ,
.: ">:The; mferericc/that 'ourJ cpntemporary -' which.it is: purchased. It should be ing a financial dollar. stability Enquire which as to our any standingand bank or < Jacksonville' Fia.

: diawsJs' hardly warranted, by the applied in the finest possible spray, YerifWhen merchants having' try us-WB mercantile: BELIEVE reporta OUR can the Fla. Cent. &Peninsular! R.; R.
?facts;. 'Yi few4growers of LeConte and',every part.of the plantshould be METHOD WILL SATISFY YOU. Send
Vpemrsam: whtre,in ':Florida apply} ,any' thoroughly' wet; but no more., One your cards name free.for Letters our quotations.promptly Stencil answered and: Offers to Shippers

-4 fertilizers I to- ; their trees (this i? not application'should be sufficient, and it The .Shortest and detest Httie t
4 'saying'that the'practice"'is'commendable maybe delayed; if necessary, until.the FRENCH '& CO., BETWEEN

w & ),- or, if they do, it onlya'trifle: ; fruit has,been.removed. The earlier 116 Warren St., 'New York. FLORIDA AND ALL POINT IK Ii-
;o usually 'i'lhtlecottolseed moil'orlot, the'application is now: made, however, THE EAST AND WSBT. '

": mAflnre. ;We 1 venture the statement the,better it will be.-Country,Gen ESTABLUEKD.. rah With Improved Ventilated Can,this eea-;
unit"'not:,one m a hundred 'applies as tleman. pany is better equipped than ever ever- to r ,
handle the Orange and Vegetable Crop,aad
mach Tas $S worth of fertilizers per acre Insure close connections and prompt flcuMitch.

= ,: .even_to'niaturE'trees,-,a.iid'': the cultivation Florida Information.. Bradley fodJUld. Eugene B. Redfidd. to Through all Eastern and oars Western to destination Markets. Wi..- .
is Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. 'ESTABLISHED 18n..
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,:. '-, racager description., One rough ploVin Permit me' to' call your'attention'.to REDFIELD & SON, Perishable freight followed by: wfce md
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J :" .. a!year{or at the outside, twb.On the ,enclosed! 'prospectus, which explain tlon shippers points advised and arrival time at passta d63ntio&vaHos, Juc- '

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:. w ;f grower give generous'''+.fcrmfefig,and ;''J by'! the influence and sup- :
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!. TINTER: ''BiVEN" NURSERIES ,A-NOTED. SPECIALIST- -, ,<: -f :!- ,i_ SMOOTH. CAYENNE,'

s ':jI. .. .k Educated by Experience, He Gains ,aReputation '>
; F l IN EAPPL.ESUCKERS.
IP- Second to. None, "._, .
:Offer their Fine Stock ,of CITRUS TREES at Reduced .Prices.; 1 .

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.. ... J. !\.ALLEN ,- Pine Castle Fla.'
Parson frown Baby, Amory, Jaffa, Bloods, Si, Michael Jaffa, Wash. Navels, i .' .

:'- Tardiff, Dancy; King Tangerines, Villa Franca- 'Lemons. 'The Hart Pomelo.

t. -.'..- Marsh Seedless Thorniest Silver Closter Pomelos. ,' : I
8 Triumph, I' Specially recommended by the nomenclature -
A / committee the State Horticultural
At'$25 per :100, :f.:o.),b. I; 10 percent, 'off on 500 lots.. A -,-,' I. ciety: Buds f 1X0 per hundred. >$10 00 per thous-
and. PHILLIPS BROS.
'.<: All trees are budded low on'rough.lemon stocks about 1J inch diameter. Duds' i 7Chuluota, Orangu County. Fla.

<,4Jto,; '6.feet high, first class l in every respect and guaranteed true to name .
lOOOOO STRAWBERRY: PLANTS now ready. .
Address, ,RIOHARD"KT.1GfY, Winter.Haven, Fla. / Choice plant, namely: Improved Newnsns
yX Ladv Thompsons. Clouds. Ilofmans Rising
ti Seedlings, Tennessee Markets and TennesseePro
,Bug esPhaeons, Surreys,Trap$,Harness )_ inc. Orders filled promptly. Packing the
Bay direct from futory at Wboleul Priees.' 80 per eeit saved. t- best. R.l'tuldy. Lawtey Fla. .
Guaranteed two years. Write for Illustrated CaUlogueahowins latest
styles.Prices in plilnflgurea.Testimonials from every state. Highest STRAWBHRRY' PLANTS-Clouds.'
awards World's fair and AtianU Ezpoiitlon. The largest and nestdlsplayattheNashvilleEi Dr. W.T. S. Vincent whose likeness appears 300,000 and Lady Thompsons. New,
; Lion. Writ*Uwlay; for free Catalogue. in this journal for the first time is to-day the vigorous plants. Indian River Seedlings. Write
; PtleeIt-Officea4b4orlesALLlkbC&C BUGB. co.. L com8&..CIIClDATI.- O.-Prlce'60.' most successful spa; ialist in the South. He for prices. C.Churchill, Lawtey, Fla. 7-3-u
confines his practice to the treatment of
I chronic diseases and it is said he has no peer .
Potato Planting. rowsto kill all the grass that is starting; I in big chosen specialties. Especially does he TillRTY THOUSAND NURSERY TREES in- + -
in curing cases which have baffled cluding Seedling Grapefrut old.
This' does with hand hoeing 5 years
:.It'has .been so, many ...years",since' we away any, : all over physicians who have treated them. Also Hart's' and Valencia Late Dancy Tange-
as the cultivator is started as soon as pos- No matter how long or how seriously ill you rines, Budded Grapefruit Pineapple Euteka
:- have seen potatoes planted in .hills, that sible after; and the rows are laid by with are,give him a trial and see for yourself. ,If Lemon, and a few S''edleas Grapefruit, Parson

y in our innocence! ,we supposed thattthe, the cotton sweep, so commonly used in Blank.you live at a distance, send for symptom Brown's Grapefruit and stock Enterprise Seedless old. Buds All buds'on to
5 years grown
4 practice had been entirely abandoned by the South, and'which is the most effectual SPECIALTIES: stakes. Trees very fine and sure to please, bothas

modern potato growers. We have grown of ,shallow .cultivators and'one that Catarrh and all chronic diseases of the eye, to quality and price. Write us. BOwYER

t potatoes in various foils 'and different our Northern friends would, do 'well to ear,nose throat, lung, heart stomach, liver & STEPHENS, Lakdand. Fla.,

climates, and. have neyer yet, seen the get aquainted with, for it is better: than blood.bowels Diseases kidneys peculiar bladder to nerves women skin, given and SMOOTH CAYENNE l, CHARLOTTE ROTHS-

advantage, if there is any; "in planting any of the cultivators in use there for special attention. and Golden Queen Pineapple
Potatoes in hills Cancer stricture varicocele,hydro- Plants, for sale at Modelo Park Pinery. Que ty.unsurpassed.
in hills. .Nor have we ever seen the necessity narrow rows. we regardas rupture, .
cele and piles, are cured without the use of Address ORLANDO GR.PEdFR
in fair for the 'of a remnant of old-time practice.W.
any season use the knife. Rheumatism surely and permanently UIT CO., C. S. Vanllouten Orlando Fla.
the hand-hoe in*the crop. We also have F. MASSEY, in Practical Farmer. cured. 6512. '

:long since come'to the conclusion_ that ---rHaney- --" No charge for consultation. Fees always

climate has a great deal to do with methods as Food. reasonable., Dr. W.Special T. S. VINCENT rates for mail, Specialist.treatment. FOR SALE-Smooth. and Slips. St.Cayenne Petersburg and Abbaka Pineap

W 'of culture of: any crop?, and that a A prominent physician,was recently'inquiring Mohawk Block, corner Bay and Market Sts. ple Co., St. Petersburg, Fla. 6-12-15 _

mode that, is found best m the North is of- the address of exten- Jacksonville, Fla. .
me an Hours to 12 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 m.
ItI not always the best in the South. The a..m., p. You Should See
sive apiarian in Florida. He wished Sundays to 12 a, m. only
nature of the soil too has a great 'deal todo some-Florida honey, at the same time 3m. Those 3.000 two year King buds pn 4 and 6

I with the mode of cultivation, That stating that he was troubled with diabetes year stocks.. 'The most profitable orange grown.
method which would : :. C. W. FOX Villa Lake Nurseries, Fruitland
r prove satisfactoryon and could not use cane sugar. II. OBNT-.A, WORD. COLUMN.RATES. Park, Fla, 7-3i-tf. '

a, warm, sandy soil would \be probably Prof. A. J. Cook, in the American Bee .-Twenty words, name and,address, '

;badly adapted to a heavy, flat clay.Fhere Journal, says one week 25 cents; threr weeks.so cents Noth- Fine Nursery Stock.
\ is no business in which a man has ing taken for less than cents.
b'
| "Some of our best physicians think/as 25 For next 60 days will sell Fine Citrus Nursery
Advertisements for this column MUST' be
*> so much ,need of every-day: commonsense they told'me, that-some of our worst dis- paid. pre Stock at large dl-count. Send for price. list.
'as in farming, and none in which like disease of the kidneys VILLA LAKE NURSERIES, Fruitland Park,
eases Bright's -
Send no stamps larger than two cents. Fla. 7.31ILSTRAWBERRYPLANTS
r < iron bound rules of little
any are so use. which claim is Initials and word. .
as they more figures count as one -
w .:In a light and sandy\ soil t trench
very prevalent now than in the past ages of FOR SALE; NEW-

system might do well for the early-crop; the world-is owing to the large consumption : well rooted plants
but the chances-are, that ,here in clay of However this NEW ORLE MARKET IS Renowned $2.00 per 1000 packed with sphagnun moss in baa
; cane-sugar. its magnificent high priced Cauliflow the
kets. Also Early Florida, admirably adapted -
: Boil, If we planted our early potatoes In, maybe, I think we are safe in saying ers. South Europe varieties late and hardy, to this climate. Very early prolific, withstands
;r trench in February, they .would be that honey is a safer sugar than cane- Italian Giant Algiers Paris. We have them, drought protects its bloom and fruit from
'- made much later by reason of .the trench eligar. We know that is S3 00 per thousand. Bear Head Farm, Pine I frost. $t oo per Io,15.00per 1000. R, K.MDJR
cane-sugar a Castle. Orange County, Fla.
& Fla.
.and thern flat culture. Trenches 'and Hat very' : food; this is evident 25-3.. HEAD, SON Pasadena 9-11-6. '
-, necessary "
} = culture are'all right for.the,late Summer from the,fact that the liver fe very early STRAWBERRY PLANTS Schnadelbach's

crop but for the/ arly;crop that is of. so to appear and very large in, the newly WHITE AND'BROWN LEGHORNS I For Nunans, per t.ooo 300.
{ much importance' on the South'Atlantic formed and what added Pure breed hens,only 60 cents in JULIUS SCHNADELBACH Grand Bay, Ala.Don't .
embryo gives _
lots of six or more if taken soon. The Island
J coast plain shallow and
',\' planting ridging force to the argument is the fact that 'a Poultry Yards, Fernandina, Fla. You ForgetTo
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are essential in the forwarding of the 9-25-3.
the
the wholly pre-natal organ ( placenta) send for price list of all the leading varieties -
cool
crop during weather of early produces sugar before the liver is able to of Citrus Trees on 4,sand stocks. ..
:Spring, in which makes about all. its furnish a sufficient supply. The fact thatthe LIGHT BRAHMA COCKERELS (Lurhsen Discounts according to size of orders. ;C. W..
1. 'growth. A p.Ik! the early potato ) one dollar each. Buff Wyandottes FOX. Villa Lake Nurseries, Fruitland Park, Fla.
young child so craves sweets is an- beautiful birds and great layers. One 7.31tf.CAMPHOR.
c- crop herewhich is planted in Winter and other proof that sugar is a very import- and two dollars. WM. BARNES, Oriole, Fla.

'". harvested in Mayor early June, needs all antfoOd element. Childen, then, should It., SEEDLINGS, fine pot-grown

the,warmth it can get from the sun, anda have all the sugar they ,desire to eat, but to 10 inches high, ready for plant
WEED SEED. Don't wait until ing out, 55 per hundred delivered here.
sharp ridge warms better than fiat! BEGGAR .
up of course this should only be given to
to have them and .thenget JESSAMINE GARDENS: ,
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land or a; deep trench.' But when it them at meal time. We shall be a much disappointed. Buy now at reduced price 8-21-3 Jessamine, Fla.

comes to our second crop,which is grown healthier:people when we learn to take'onri' $2.25 per bushel.' Stock limited, THE
from the seed raised in the the ELOISE' FRUIT and VEG. CO, Winter ,
;: spring, f od.' at the Plants.
regular periods, same Haven, Fla. It. Strawberry
'. conditions are different: When these potatoes time each
day. I ave a fine lot of Lady Thompson and Rising
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We all! know that childhood is a. very SOUTH CULTIVATOR is sups Seedling Strawberry plants for sale at reduced
i-y hot and apt to>be dry:; Then the trench susceptible period. All the organs at fl'rerior to all others. It can be adjusted to rates. For prices write J. M, BROWNLEE, Starke

.4 comes in.well to retain the moisture of that time seem sympathetic. The cut- cultivate any crop, from a strawberry patch to Florida. 9-11-6

showers, and to keep the potato cooler. ting of a tooth may bring spasms and an Sold orange on trial grove; satisfaction, without guaranteed.extra attachments.. Price $5, .QTRAWBRRRY PLANTS-Impr New-

fa: :But even. then we would not'thInk of possibly death. Is ,is not 'wise, then, freight. paid. Send for circular. O nans raised by clean culture in the sun.
; _. f covering the potatoes 'six inches deep. while we must give our children plentyof T.- K. GODBEY, Waldo. Pla. Reasonable prices. C. L. Clark. Switzerland

I: {Anyone who has noticed in the South! sweet/to give them honey ? I believe Fla.. 823
to the scattering left in the land BtACKMINORCAS. White and Brown I.eg-
potatoes that no parent can do a wiser thing ; low. N 1,000,000 Strawberry Plants; three best Ma- {
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J>- perceive that those' chut.are'the all the honey they desire to eat giving I i ,Island.Poultry Yards, proved, f 1.00; Rising Seedling $1.50 per x.ooo
< ,_ Fernandina Fla.pABBAGE F. b.. Plants and
9-18-3 o. packing guaranteed. R.II.
t> tones that lie near the surface,. and are
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? : it freely at each meal, but only at Smith Lawtey. Fla 8-21-6
sunburnti < ..while by plowing the land -
i. time. Honey is,surely a safe sqgar. PLANTS .$* PER THOUSAND.
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.t others Will be found deeply covered, ...... \j Lettuce and small size Celery plants ft per 117E ARE OFFERING CITRUS NURSERYTrees .
.k' 'l which have not started to sprout at all. .r- thousand. Plants in stock all fall. BEAR HEAD v". at bottom prices. Choice stock,
.I 'So'we have tried to imitate these conditions Some of the' tomato crates received in PARK Pine Castle, Orange,Co;, Fla. 4-4.3 Best varieties, true to name, and square

;1tr <\ when planting thel l late crop, ,and New York during the extreme hot July'. wants.treatment.We can Write please for prices Phoenix, stating Nurseries your
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Rock hens, to best strains
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'\, .terwa 'dSworkthe'soil to them as they CfOfd. 9 4-3 Lady Lake Fla. I Need Money,

'::'_, .- \. .'develop green 'tops., After this the culture Therefore. I will sell my large stock of Orange
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popular varieties of Orange and Pomelo
'It..' February, we make Hut a slight PARLORS. 40,000 fine Orange and Pomelo Buds on 4. S trees from 3 to 6 feet high. Address for particn-
.. furrow and; cover with furrow from Established-1884., Cor. Bay md Laura, Sta. and6)'earatocks. Iw.ntto sell 20,000 in next lars W. K. Trimble, Braidentown, Fla. tIFOR
't ..' ,both sides to make a.sharp ridge over thepotatoes Over Mrs. Eeene's, Jacksonville. Fla. 60 days by discount. VILLA LAKE NURSERIES
Fruitland Park Fla. SALE
It :' that will warm up with the low For the next 30,days prices will be as fol 7-si-tf TwoLeoncountyfarmJ.48 Excellent acres
390 acres. for stock raising and
'-. f' ,ts-ring sun and start growth' In a little Filling,tl.50 to R; Plastic Fillirigs.50o tobacco
'\ _' .to II; Alloy Fillings' Jl to f ISO Pineapple Plants. growing. W. B._Clarkson,Jacksonville
"'>w "B, as,_they begin- to sprout! this is Plates. S5 to $8; Full Seta (very best), >19 to Fla. 8-34-tf
<: wed-down::; then as soon as the $10 -Kxtrac tins free; by painless method, 'r Abbakas Queens Smooth Cayennes,of beet
'"plants'can.be'JeenAlong the rows,. 'the where plates are made Fint-claas operators quality; true 'to name. Grown in Orange H ART'S LATE AND' PARSON BROWN
i and polite attendants. Gold and Continuous county.. Prices on application. Dickison Trees and Buds. Write for prices,eta '
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NEW_ YORK TO SAVANNAH. : rJq\ I

Pier 31 North Klver--5 P. M

Kansas City...... ..:.'.........,,,. ........... 4....,..,.....Wednesday, September 1
Chattahoochee....... ....,...;._........Friday, September 3
} Gate City.*.. ....,..';...:......... ........,... Saturday, September 4 I
City of Birmingham....... ....,............-... .. ., ..........!...Monday, September 6Nacoochee.
.....:.... ..,.. .;.:..Tuesday, September ?
Tallahassee.... ........- ,Wednesday, September' 8
Kansas City .: ,. ..",...:. Friday, September 1CSeptember
Chattahoochee........... ;... .. ..j.,......Saturday, 11
Gate City....,':/*. September 13
City of Birmingham.r .........,....Tuesday, September .
Nacoochee....,..;...-. ..";.,.-.... ........ -....: ,'.,. Wednesday, September Iii V
Tallahassee................ .... ...' .;_.......t-........- .A. .Friday, September
Kansas City.................,.,";">. ..........Saturday, September 18 I
Cbattahoocheo........ ........"..;...;...f........Monday, September 20 SAFETY! COMFORT I QUICK TIME! LOW% RATES!
Gate City....?.. .... ....,.-.. .....:.;:...;.,.. Tuesday, September 21
of Birmingham.;. v. .. ......... ...Wednesday! September 22
City Nacoochee...............:......:.....................Friday, September 24 Finest *
.Tallahassee...:...:.'..*... Saturday September Cuisine and Servlet. No Transfer. Betuw*Jacktonrill* and New for. .
I' Kansas (,' .i..'... ..,...:>...-......Monday September 21 3
Chattahoochee........4.-.Tuesday, September 28 The Fleet is composed of the following Htndflome New Steel Steamers:
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Gate City*-" ..........; Wednesday, September

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City of Birmingham........... ............... ..... ......... .......Wediles y, Sept. 1, 11.00 am
__ Nacoochee................;.............., .... ................... .......Friday, Sept. 3, 11.30 am NORTH, BOUND.r .
Tallahassee .... '................0....:....................:......Saturday, Sept. 4, 2.00 pm
Kansas CityChattahoochee.....O.."...!............. ....... ..... ...:....:...,.. ............Monday,Sept 6,3.00 pm Steamers are.r appointed to sail according to the tide.
I .......... ....... ....... .... ............. ... ...,....Tuesday, !Sept. 7, 4.00 pm
Gate City.... ... ..:!.... ...........................:............Wednesday, Sept. '8,5.00 pm From JACKSOiWIE, (calling at Charleston),........ ...?...Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursday*. '

City of Birmingham.. .!.....;.............:................... ..............Frlday, Sept.10,3100 pm Hrom; CHARLESTON S. C., :............................. .......... Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays
Nacoochee ..........'......... ........... ," ......,""""'".Saturday, Sept. 11, 8.00 pm
.Tallahassee...............-............. .................:................. ... Monday, Sept. 13, &OOpm For hours of sailing see "Clyde Line Schedule of Jacksonville and Charleston dally papersSOUTHBOUND.
Kansas Citv.... .......... ..:.......:,..............;..;......;. ......Tuesday, Sept. 14,7.00pm
Chattahoochee .........-....t.t...... ......../.. .... .........!.....Wedesday, Sept.15, .oopm
Gate City :............:........................................,......FridayrSept.l7,12'OOm .
i City of Birmingham........ :............................ ... ... ....Saturday, Sept. 18,12.00 m l ",
Nacoochee ........:..........!........,............... ...................Monday, Sept. 20, 1.00 pm Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier: agj;'Bast$ River New York_ at j p.m., at follows: i
Tallahassee..... .... .......; ..... .. ....,....... .,:. ," '"...........Tuesday, Sept. 21,2.00pm .
Kansas City......;...;'......!:"h.:!...;!.;........... .;... !...... .....Wednesday, Sept. 22, 3.00 pm ForCHRlESTO. S. C., .,.-....... ............;..;.,...............Mondays,.Wednesdays and Fridays.
:, Chattahoocnoe......................... ..............................,...Friday, Sept. 24,6.00pm: ''*'
Gate City.............:...;.....:......'!"........... ..................Saturday,"Sept.25, 5.00 pm For JACISOIYILLE, FLA., (calling. at Charleston. ) ... ..,...........Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays -
t. City of Birmingham. ....:,....................... ,..............' .....-Monday, Sept,27, 4.00pm J
1 Nacoochee....;.....-..!............... .....................................Tuesday, Sept. 28, 6.00 pm i* .
Tallahassee...... .............................,......................;Wednesday, Sept.29, 6.00 pm 1
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City of.Macon,Captain Savage, leaves,New York on following dates: ,
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I Friday, Sept. 10. Friday, Sept, 21.VV : Calling at Charleston,3. C.,both ways V /
: Wednesday, Sept. 15. Wednesday, Sept': 20. '
City of Macon will handle freight only,not carrying passengers. Stemers "Delaware" and "Oneida.!". -
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,,< Lewis'* Wharf--3.P. A. from foot of Hogan' Street,Jacksonville, Prom I wis1 Wharf, Boston,' 'J
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City of Macon,Captain Savage,leaves Boston on following dates: ,

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8. Sept. 23.v .
Wednesday Sept. Wednesday
S Monday, Sept. 13. Monday, Sept 27.City CLYDE'S ST. Jobs' 'IVE hlE .
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IOR INFORMATION. SEE'YOUR NEAREST ,RAILROAD AGENT OR DE.BARYLINE. .

W.G. BREWER, Ticket and Pass. Agent.. Ocean B.S. Co.:,:39 Bull St; Savannah Ga.
E; W'.SMITH. Contr. Freight Agent Ocean 8.8. Co., 13 K..Bay St. Savannah, Ga,." Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fta., and Intermediate .
K 0.THEZEVA,Agent Ocean 8.8. Co., Savannah,Ga. "
WALTER HAWKINS,Fla. Pass. Agent Ocean 8.8 Co.,224 W. Bay St Jacksonville, Fla. Landings on the St. Johns River. --7' -
r W. J.FARRELL, SoL Agent Ocean 8 J. Co-224 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. ., .
Frt. Ocean 8,8. Co.,224 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.' "
L. E. BARKER Trav. Agent '. .
The Side- Steamer
Elegant Iron Wfl
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W. H. IIUETT, Gen'l. Agent cent.of Ga.Ity.,317 Broadway, N. Y. : ; v : .
E. K BRYAN,Jr.,Gcn'l. Eastern Arent Ocean 8.8.CO.,217 Brodway,N. Y. ..,. A1: : .
.W; E. ARNOLD, Oen'l,Trav, }'assAgtnt Ocean 8.8. Co..317 Broadway,New York. WEZLAKA.. .' .
R. 8.lI'RBNCHd ol. Pass.Agent Ocean 8.H. Co.,317 Broadway,New York.E. A '
It. GOODWIN. SoL Frt. Agent Ocean 8.8. (Co.317 Broadway. New York.. 4 CAPT. W. A,SHAW, '. ". ?
M C. HAMMOND,Agent Ocean 8.8. Co.,New Pier 83 N. K. New York. :. .-- ..-

O,WALTON,Ticket Agent Ocean 8,8. Co. 37 Broadway, New York. Is. appointed to sail as followr. -";;..... ..-.. .. ... -t
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Trav. Krt Agent Cent. of Ga. Ry.,317 Broadway,New York. .. ...
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B. R. PKICE LaBOYTEAUX, Trav. Frt. Agent Cent. of Ga. Ry.,317 Broadway New York. Leave Jacksonville................................... .....i..Tuesdays aad Sat \" 'f'p' ,'
J.W..U.D. HASHAGEN Eastern Frt.Agent Plant System,2ol Broadway, New York. Lcaye Sanford..._....'......fl..i....|f ODda,., and Th .\. :a.; ....:_r .. .
Pass. Plant 281 Broadway, New York.. "-. .. '
J.J. PAKNSWORTH, East. Agent System. "i.... ,
J, L. ADAMS Oen'L.East. Agent F.C. &P.U. K.,333 Broadway, New York.J.AYcDUF1"IE. .. &
Eastern Agent G.&;A. Ry.,37V Broadway,New Ydrk. General Passenger and Ticket Office! 204 West Bay Sf '.
JL DeW.SAMPSON Gen'l.Agent C. of Plan.) 306) Washington St Boston. Ji /
J. A. FLANDERS. New England Agent System.290 Washington St.Boston.
RICHARDSON &; BARNARD, Agents Ocean 8,5. Co..20 Atlantic Ave., Boston. '
CARROLL H. SMITH, Agent C. of G. By.33 South Third St Philadelphia! Pa. VT. H. \V WABBUBTON, B. P..A., 5 Bowling Gretn; *Green .
DANIEL LAMMOT. Jr.,Agent F. C. &; P. R. R.,40 South Third St., Philadelphia, Pa. M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager,S Bowing ,New ..'
s JNO. a GRUFF, T. P. A.. Plant System,100 South 10th 8t., Philadelphia, Pa. F. H. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent xi W' '
J.C. HAILE, Oeneral Pasenger Agent Savannah Ga. JOHN'HOWARD, 'Superintendent, foot Hogan Street,Ji'
THEO. O. EGEBy Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green,New Tory


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.: ;. ., shot the the just right if he errs, it is either from ignorance
; "'' arid'.is make the:turnip land in the :fall if properly The finer the surer ganpasthey \ ;
:; 'tt. Experiment* Station* pertinent plowed and worked after the beans scatter! over a larger l :space.than one pain or fright; rarely from

r t .%..k. not only for .Texas but for other,? Gull, are harvested;; or a dozen bullets stubbornness or-vice. This seems to be
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[Stales.' It i,' :written"by Y!: A.'Clark, Onion land'can, raise fall beans, and I A great many'men are not fit for this generally unknown; or at least disregard.. ..,. ',
"a < endorsement etc.. .Oat stubble i kind of work, as many are, not fit to owna ed, for-of all the animals the horse is the : .
'and'fyas strong,: Thinking, fall'potatoes. and Eng '
least understood the most harshly judged
stock. Farm
Jersey cow.or other' fine ,
land
buun must enter lish nice'to set out sweetpotato
work into.the/arming .pea are .
t; ,'Iilof-the future, where farming is"a success. vines on;; cut in short pieces, three education,-farm study,are needed to lead and unjustly treated; and for the least. r
infraction of he is often
"v The d&rtondjforjthe rotation tgf -just: leave out. Set to success. .. W. A. CUBit discipline top ;
: proper : joint barely. one as. If who traIn''
brutally punished. men
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and late
icropsishere.suppliedt.. File.'away an August first. Principles of Controlling Horses. horses would ftmttor- their tempers, and
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tM *"practice. On' 'of land well worked
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forty
.J;; *acres endeavor, ascertain; the.cause.of the all-
\'., ?" ''''it' 'i *To.snake a success of:crops, it takes sixty acres*oi'crops can be made in ordinary Horses are essentially: creatures,of 1mb- imal's misbehavior, they would find that
;::';;.;" f : ,,thought( !: "A:man'who does not think is farming. In'' truck farming forty it. Of gentle,'confiding dispositions, but there is often a good excuse for ,his as ,J
a' '. ,not fit tp run mixed farm As in any acres are equal to seventy acres if properly excessively nervous; timid at times irritable bons *

;'., ;' $H.other.1. us iesa, the one, running the'bus1aesa managed. 0 Here on. the coast of'South ; and prone, to resist 'strenuoIJ81y'anything The eye is' the best, Index 't6 the aniIDal'a -
:s' ,!: \"" must know; what* -to plant" }and ,Texas. 'we dtf it thni/or do: that frightens them. If, for example feelings. The ears are very expressive *

ff:.X; :r ; f "Jieo planthow;; deep, how thick and, Plant'cabbage, onions and beets in Oc you put a rope !halter' on. an unbroken but tbey'db: not reveal BO plain.,
.: 't t- *when it will ripen if no. misfortune be tober. ':About April sell beets and on- colt and tie him, to a post, the ly the emotions that are dominating him > k i

:...-Il ;fells i its- Then.next, where is the)market ions. Seed the land to.sago peas, cotton more the rope cuts 'into his tender'skin as the eye does. Therefore, study the'y {
'-.jf :i 'I( 'v' :'lor it.. who is .to consume the crop, in or sweet'potatoes, cushaws and late melons the greater will be'his" struggles, while eye with its varying expressions, _. ;
':: \ ;"i question, what kind;of bundles of packages April 20.: Cut off;; plant cotton, sa he will soon yield to a halter that inflictsno when you can read their meaning you: '-- "

j ,- ;' must,if be put in 'to suit his taste' go'peat,etc. All the above come off in paiiu. Through nervous fright horses hold the !key: to one of'the chief,secrete. .
*'f i' ,..,. ,,'and,convenience;and, his ability to take July. Then break the land and let it lift sometimes become panic stricken and Absolutely -of successful training. :=
'\; '. '17 %S 'one'* or* more packages. 'Without this until'October and plant cabbage, onions uncontrollable. They suffer also The.horse should be convinced.that resistance
?; !-ytko"lh.t no .Texas: man has any.businesa and*beets again. 'January 1, plant! early occasionally'.from' .what, for :want of a is useless;, but 'd- not bg imps*. :
.. ...-; it oh all.eale: for home' sell 'March 25. April plant better'name, '-'ne vot s paralysis ..
:. .1' trying "only! a peas; same tient or.frarsh; 'remember that Bceeees_:te
': 4';; 'UI e. to early.corn; May, lay corn by, planting ," when thoyseem to be physical? the reward of unwearied ,patience-! t.
.,}' .'1: .l: "' How' to, diversify: Plant com and stpck.peaa in the middle of each row. ly incapable of ,motioh._ This conditionis you fail at first keep trying until you .

;' 'i .:peas' at last plowing. which should .be When the.corn is stiff dough, the best almost invariably the result of brutal succeed. Do not be discouraged if :yon
-. .*-frota' Ma '20J()'30: They enrich the land stage to cut any grain,' I cut and shock. treatment, and the only reasonable explanation dp not seem. to .make much, progfeee ;
\ r.. r V ,aiid'maka'6 abundance of feed' or'pas- .Let'peas grow until the last of July;;; cut .,of .it'is that the first emotion your task may take weeks or even moatfce ti

:",c, ''.** turp/; u'preferred.. Skip :arrow'of'eornocoaaionally same:'shock." Plow the.land at once, put aroused 'in the horse by punishment I! but.if.you persevere.you'wiirtriiraplf* -
'-"... ,:and" plant :'cnshaws.;, Sow .fall Irish potatoes .ini;, gather in December fear; that when he finds that he can not .....- .
--:oats in October,,:rat.;the-last' day a. of Plant same to peas, or potatoes or escape anger and a spIrit'r resistance are In'24 hours the toad consumes &Q&&A'
\:Hay. 'Turn the:land at)once Plant i tore,'according as taste and circumstances mingled with his fright;; and 'that these food to fill his stomach four times, A sut*.
ttpn. melonaso: rg h"nn?;read:: If theo dictate;and'later put in a pea patch. ;I combined emotions? :'produce.this morbid gle toad will in three months'devour :
; over
in'is'wei'enougH( ;gets-Ia.* stasd1! at ,have sometimes' to sweet potatoes. state insects If ten of tlieseweold ". .
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10,000
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\' : are pmduoed.S Plant $non itthe: last of January, dr The horse is quick to take advantage of every'
roften'goodytelde .
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the toad
.. have done one cent_damage,. hr ; {;::
'! melons and the fear of those--who' control ; .. ..
t'. ,potatoesPiiult l wo tton"ln:: th8"of :perhaps canteloupea or so ignorance or saved'$10. Evidently the toad is a vala- 'i. ,!
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,N the rowsatandethroper: ...time.Lwe >n. :1.could,.mention many, more that Urn. As compared with the dog'hea able friend to :toe farmer;garrJe -MdJ ; ; :J.- '
',. urefresK] in mind forbear this somewhat blow comprehension, but w'
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:1" \ amade1,000fa: j is enough for ft starter. What state. in lie differs from the,'dogin this !also that useful grower in the greenhouse can .. gakleaberry'patch. feN :at a.' ;;<'_.J:'<";

'" ?lant'cotton' al6er; English thieThacep 1 : E'' ; 'ay.'' ..Plowep:;: the',rives otton; aU'.corn]fall sheep;aU hogs; all tricks! and.his emory: is 80 retentive :. *

,. worked. ;:.w. tovegathids J rones;" make'the'businessbalance., .As :hat,he never forgets what he. .has' once Ten hens with one mate. :1 fe_.akot'lie, "ii Y. .

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