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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: October 2, 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
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00148
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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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... : '8:' Poweri,.Edltort ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 2 1897. Whole No. 1405 NEW SERIES. 4
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,Cha..:W. DaCosta, Dullness Manager VOI. I%. No. 40- .3
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I I' r9The-' Largest Fruit Growers i
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f HIGHEST' a .Knowthe Best Varieties and the .

I 'QUALITY BEST 'TREES'TO ''S I H A IN'D !_".,.n..UI lIIlIlIInlilimllnlllllllllllllll.NOW' J
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b. .t fT'.fttiC S. We shipped_'more, peaches from our,own orchards*tnis. *! 18 THE TIME TO HRRBNGE FOR 3TOOKj.r.
.. .'f1nI/"ur. season than all other growers in this section combined.
,rltwtHIl' ,and made big.MONEY at it. ,
X. ) Investigation into tho requirements of southern orchards.
tlJtf! Bill Trees From fiURSERMEHWJ10 15 I YEARS I >Practical experience in the growth of southern.fruits..
Y > } Extensive production of kinds'adaptod to the,sooth.

'; ." D, I 4 y >> Ml FRUIT GROWERS Over. 300 Varieties of Fruits and, Ornamentals. -


":'. i: r Everything' for; the South. Peaches, Fears, Plums, Citrus Fruits, Satsuma Oranges(very hardy)

;, '-' on Trifoliata'stock, Kaki, Nuts, Grapes Figs Mulberries
;' '- Peach_ Plum, Pear, Persimmon, Citrus Fruits, Grapes, ,
9 T1 .. ... ..Camphors, ,Roses, etc,; etc.
F .Nuts Ornamentals Roses Etc. Etc Etc.
ESTIMATES. FURNISHED., CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. ,
,#' ,: 350, Varieties. ,A.MILLION and a half trees. Over 300 acres. t

1.1-t.; ., "'-Y' ',," No BETTER stock,to:select from. None so LARGE. Our handsomely Illustrated ,New 60-page,descriptive Catalogue free
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;THE GRIFFINC3BROS..-Co. Inc. Macclenny.. G.:O.L.TABBR.President. GLEN 8T MARY, FLA.


Fla.SEEDS : ; THE LAKELAND NURSERIES.



WE MAKE' &SPECIALTY OF SEEDLESS CITRUS,FRUIT TREES.
MARSH POMELO .(Seedless! ), JOPPA LATE ORANGE.(Seedless)', TAHITI UMB (Seedless)

.. SATSUMA ORANGE"(Seedless), EUREKA L nON .(Seedless
T j ", wells, Kidney Wax f 3 23 per bushel.' lettuce, California Cream 9t 50 per pound. Cabbage
.' $2 00 to f 3 00 per pound. A full.line'of fresh and reliable Seeds as low as 5rst-class Seeds C. TO.., M eSH. e ,PRleT0R. if!
}: > '.' .: r can be bought Tor. Florida and Georgia Rye and,,Rust Proof Oats. For prices and varieties.. '
.. :i' --. :write Catalogue to ORANGE, LEMON, LIME AND POMELO TREES.Send -

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!, ;' Offers,to, the,public this season the. finest,Citrus. .Nursery Trees grown in to experience.
-' of thirteen consecutive years. The stock'is,large and Includes the following widely SATSUMA,, PARSON BROWN TANGERINE, KErfO( KUMQTJAT
--rE'k 'known :and'th l'Oughly'approved. varieties,. viz: Satsuma Mandarin, ,Parson Brown, '
;: ;. : ',' ". ,D onets Early andCentennlal. Jaffa', Majorca,'Ruby Blood, Stark's or Enterprise Seed=: '. POMELO, 'ETC. ETC.
)Jess, nomosass Tardiff and .Duncan and Marsh B ed.
H k Pineapple ;and Tangerine.: King
p ; .' leas Grapefruit. Seedless Villa Franca Lemon,(matchless). Oblong Kumquat(superiorto Budding Wood For Sale..
.- the round). -atall'tmlee. Prices reasonable. Prompt attention to 'cor '

:,: c; .<" :, respondents. :Address all_communications? and make all remittances payable: to Y. Dormant Building on Trifoliata Stocks to-order." ."* ,
.f-"3* T V Florida Co. A fall line of Fruit Trees, Field Grown Hoses, Camellias, Japonicas Evergreens <.
\ Milwaukee Orange ; .
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f-tK Iron the choicest trees in Florida. Money making Early Peaches: A full line of Pears and ,

'.i_..;.;.:.: '-.. ?'.} 'Plums." Delicious.Celestial Figs._ Mulberries. that bear four'months. ,Superb stock of Pure, Vigorous, Well-rooted 1
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*='-,. ;.. ,' : two and throe years old. All stock"clean and healthy. Send for Inter- ST 'AWBE V' PI1RNTS' ..
'.,t ,, eating catalogue. ', __ Crown Especially for FLORIDAPLANTINQ.
c ; "; OLD. RELIABLE! ARCADIA, NURSERIES, STANDARD VARIETIES $1.25 .
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f'-;.; ." "J.'.H.. GIRARDEAU, Prop., Monticello. Fla. I 1,000. "
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improved varieties *

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: 'NO''W' ,IS TH" TIME. .* MODE 8F LIGHT PACKIIQ, AID A SPECIAL LOW_ EXPRESS BATE,

,$,'.'., .-2-., .. We. can and*will deliver plants lower than any one else Send list of
:-'':*" :'U.' '-,..". -1, ,. ,-J., wants andS. convinced. Catalogue, .. free Valuable. Treatise Free to buyers.
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""" .;>,' ; ', ,ETC. We are prepared to receive orders for 50000 Citrus and other fruit trees. We can ,
"c-?_':' :< =: )" <;}," furnish all the standard varieties of Orange and Pomelos, budded the Sour, Sweet and O.W-Blacknall, Pres, and Gen M'g'r. Klttrell, N. C.
: .:. $ .' {- ? :Trifollata stock. Our trees this season are first-class and the best we have ever grown
,'-J---':'':\.,,'! '', :C'.'. ..bct_ ro. Write us for prices. Special prices- on large- orders.' TROPICAL and SemiTropcalplantsandtrees

-:= j x'x'r' Budwood From BearinoTrees ;: + should be let out at oace -'ay ;

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: ', Btfgreneea,etc.,free upon application. Address Everything for '
: : :: l-f, >:.. \,.HASTINGS' & WVLIE,..Proprietors. Ha 611 Uberty Stwwt,.PITT8 1mGn-i Ii... 0 We send by MALI Florida.. 'Ilo;
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: PINEARPLES.1< : ,. ? i *- '. Honey- 'and,Bee",Keeping.'/ .. In regions where beekeeping is being .( :

*. Half a century ago(honey was, considered overdone, the 'apiarists'even plant
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:k : a luxury, and the market was crops for:,their colonies.to i live on,'and -.

s;: D, O. YOU,' ', KNQWc supplied by the professional bee.hunt it_is not unusual to see farmers'raising
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|:, RUSSELLtEvery'' ': ; locating the natural hives of the bees and buckwheat in the fall .tg supply-
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;"v*" ". '." the thick. forest, ; but: today, grass, hay and grain being only an incidental

Grower 30,000 bee' keepers yie with:each other .feature of 'the harvest. Fruitgrowing.and '
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.X to supply us with all: the varieties beekeeping-go together so '

ef delicious honey)that ,we are willingto well.that most apiarists are now plant-

-== of Fancy Pinesin ,pay for, and at prices within the ing fruit orchards'on their, ee, farms,

reach of every one. ,Tcr the average and, In'seasons when one, fails, the
F- consumer, probably; there seems ,to be other is pretty sure to yield 'some
: .: the: Country Does: no difference in the 'honey that comes profit. I,. .

'.,."._..',. to"the market, but, if.he.should enter The bees have luxurious,quarters; f
r,;. .. large; grojcery store,and examine the to-day-compared with those of twenty
:! stock, he would. find that modern years ago, and the beekeeper by, .
,' Thr Celebrated INVANHOE and FAIR OAKS PINERIES are" known beekeepers have created just as means'of modem improvements, canT
many
I nt the UNITED STATES as producing the ,-FI EST FRUIT EVER PUT. r-
through handle colonies and _
I grades and kinds r'ot honey as the-.po- more successfully _
ON THC MARKS! obtain from each than:
more honey one
niologist has produced varieties of apepIes '
7tY- To produce Fine FrUltyou must have'
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1l.l. 4Fl I N E 'p -A.NT$. great division between .comb honey dreamed of. In 1852 a clergyman x
named in small
and extracted honey; then comes Langstoth, living a
c I have for sale more' Fancy Plants than any Grower,in the Country,' and a white dover honey and buckwheat town jn Ohio, invented and patented a ,.
1: reputation SECOND TO NONE. honey, one dark and the other .lightin hive:which revolutionized beekeeping.
M,' Purchase your plants from the PIONEER GROWER of Fafocy Pines; and you i color; and between these 'two,extremes -The hive,'after all, was quite simple,
.- GUARANTEE thai! lants are absolutely TRUE.TO NAME.
get a your j .
and seemed that had
nobody l
$ Price List now ready. WRITE AT ONCE in color come half a dozen intermediate strange
shades. Another dfstinct- hit upon the idea before. It consisted
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BOX 614. GEORGE. L RV8SELLOrlando'Fla.. tion is made in the relative thicknessand of a square box with; eight raove-
-t: specific ,gravity of the honey. ableTrames,inside and a moveable coy

y'>( ......-, One variety will.be light and thin, er on top. By .means of this patent
.r another class will be honey made from }hive)apiarists could look in and see .

bass-wood and linden blossoms, and what,the bees were doing any time,
l. Southern'd: other varieties as early spring honey, and the whole thing could be easily'

J summer honey, late fall honey, diluted taken apart and cleaned. Then somebody '
honey and pure strained honey. In invented, artificial comb. It
T .i. ____Railway this classification of honey there is an usually took the bees about half the
made boney- ucing season to make the,
attempt to separate honey at pro "
1 i IBSOI TELY THE SHORTEST RODJLFTJLLKAN certain seasons of the year from that comb, but by making artificial combs
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made later or earlier, and also to;keep and inserting them into the'hive, the
,040H( DBAWINO BOOK OARS, DINING ,CABS the honey made largely from one Insects began,to fill them with honey
kind of blossoms from all other immediately. Then when one comb -
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6 full it could Be removed and-a. '
i. It is a notorious fact that buukwheat was : .
blossoms do not make as fine, deli.. new'one put in its place. The honey ,

i NORTH EAST AND WEST. cafe andaromatic, honey as the'white' extractor came'next. This would extract -

clover blossoms, and some considerthe ihe.,honey from, the combs, with. ,
honey produced from the. fruit out loss, in a few minutes. .
TWt TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TUB *
DAILY EAST.
blossoms of early spring superior.to I' One invention after another followed r

that.of white.clover. Of cqurse,. men but these three important.ones, '
Ws hington'tnd.Southwestern'Limited, of many pastes will differ, and probably were the'direct, meads of increasing -

-5 And the United. 'States"Fast Mall\ there. will be a time when all, wilt the yield of: an ordinary hive from fifty -:
ffe. -. ". agree upon the best variety of honey.. pounds'.of honey to 100/'and even
OIL 21 HOUBSJAOZBOimLLETO. WASHINGTON. Beekeeping has become 'an interesting to '500'pounds' in one season. In California ,
ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE' TO NEW TOE and extensive business in this .it is quite common to get 500 .

: country, and in the spring and sum pounds of 'extracted honey from one
...TerlIled. TrIM.paIed L of Latest lavrortd Pullman SJwplnf' Can and Hotel Ufa mer of the,year there widespread hive, and the bees are kept busy all,
... fag Can* 'through without change to Washington,B&lUmor activity among ,these'professional api through the long season.in filling the s
jo' PhllMdphlft.New York and ihI..... arists. California leads all the.other combs with nectar just as fast as theyare

Stales i in the number of its beekeepersand emptied. ,addition. to this large
{ THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM'SLEEPING CARS,BETWEEN in the quantity of honey raised marketable," yield, the .bees generally .

JACKSONVILLE. AND NASHVILLE.' for .the market; but many of our Northern raise enough to keep them through thewinterScientific
Bmmmommm m mm States follow-close behind her. American

Through Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to The South is just awakening to the *.* '
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'. 'Cincinnati via AshovIIIe Through the advantages of her climate and prod- The Semitiole Canning Factory of ;a
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ucts for beekeeping. Florida sends a Ft. Myers has used $2,000 worth of
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working
fair amonnt of honey to market, butit sugar up sea ,
does not in quality or son's crop. This film also ships to
equal
..tlele.:le naatles M to r... 8ahedu1I1eepSAi .ear raerrftttdaiL ; m., aP1\7 II quantity New York but it has also.a direct s
Mr area/, >>OvZJLIUBAu..a..aomaeouou; ,the honey that is raised in the '
!*-." \ North or on the Pacific coast. trade built up with the leading merchants }
.JL 8HIPHAIT, Florida Put Agi, 919 west Bay:Street. JaotaonTlllt, F1a.I. In our Northern States the bees of Jacksonville, Tampa, Key '-.;
It otJLP W.A.TlTEk,' 8..H. HABDWIOK, 'gather most of 'their nectar from the West St. Augustine, etc., and some of :
ft5 Hllll hi.Past Aft, AIsL Gel!..Pans Art white'clover blossoms, the basswood its,best customers are the big tourist
ton a WaUinKt4m. AtlantaVo hotels on the East Coast-Ft
Myers '
goldenrod fruit blossoms and
May ;,' 1897._. .' tree, ,
Press.
't- _______n buckwheat. _.In California the fruit *
blossoms, wild flowers, white sage, The men who carried around the
Sunflower/.Salad Oil. olive oil, and will be very cheap. sumac blossoms and alfalfa clover sup petition asking for a:wet and dry election .. '

Dr. .Wiley, the ,chemist! of,the Agri:. American Agriculturist. ply the bees with most of"their sweets. are now trying.it; over again, theyare
,cultural Department in "Washington, In the great middle) West the sage seeking more men who can be induced
says that in his opinion the coming Geo. W. Saxon, of Tallahassee, has brush furnishes limitless''(ood for the to make the vice of liquor selling .
salad oil will be made of sunflower harvested from ten ''acres of land, bees and makes beekeeping profit. legal. It.is hoped that they will:., '

E seed. It ,is a perfect, substitute. for 8,000 pounds of tobacco. able. not succeed.-Daytona,, Gazette-News/. ... 4d
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] ": ;t85 bia"s'a6out. .nine. hundred Aon- selection ;of fruit.. .certainly;looks. to h[ frequently. : .- ;.f,->* ; :'< l-" '
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cl. r >i ?- ,", .These/figures! : \f.t1iat no M. S. bIORE iEN., ally: Many.pf settlers-my wife .. : ( _
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freezepf; January ; West Coast'LeUe '8.-III.t : places'subject to miasmatic diseas '; .eshere >: ::1
widereputattonfor! : its equitajje;jclimrtfticulaflyj an Increase:; in ;yield. of' some 50 .-. ; they: 'areall. free., from foyer #: =>> r .i :
atiand.tin: $ f fiuis(P J the;or- ,percent: .; editor Fanner and,i J1iiGioer.* and. ague. No case. of .chills. and fe- _- '!._ ., ...>' ':' ;
: :( ':angel\In-.fact=;it iff generally! concededI'that As saktbefore! ; .the! .cold :gave. did :Indiscussing: marl lands I omitted ver has ever., heen known here.. Those '"a,, #-zt; ,, ': .yr-: ,
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.tte-Flonda'orarige: In! !its,. perfectio -. not cool\ the. enthusiasm. :The -crop: 'to state that we have a .pest.on who have them are cured upon arrival. :; i; "-"-<:.:
,.j,:. .,,- ; .stands. }withput! a riyaC" ) 'This wasjbringihg large sums of-money into. melon' and cucumber,, vines in 'the dry We lack schools and churches, but.doctors .. : 1:<:v'i. :!" isl
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fniitbas-been',grbwn-.Spon' thepenihlulaVver the:State., The' winter tourist 'travelalso season.. 'Lice _abound ; they are small are not very useful, .or rather, -:: ryTM'
'I ,j- l since "the'Spanish' 'dccupaTtioir -, :was increased, because'.of the.orange insects, 'scarcely visible i and only noticed I[ should say, not very much missed. :. i> .-
: i j ); but,never attained' any commercialjimportance ,groves, as they,ever'afford inter-' by.: their works] .which, do ,knot My family has probably averaged ,tr:.=, < '
/t: t until within; 'the, :last I est to new;comers. All' lines 'of business praise: them. We can plant melons in much larger than any.other in this part ._ j.. ;--. \ _':" _":-'
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? t quarter, otacentury; dependent.upon: or even veryjre- Novembet'andDe'cemberand: also secure of the settlement ; and two pounds of'',. :r.: .: 1- :;
,; f' -- | 'Ffpjn'thebestjiata.' ;; ; : 'obtainable,it i is motely connected. with the. orange a good crop in June and July. epsom salts. a pint of castor oil, and a .." ',:: .-;' "f j: -'.
,'t'f very probable: that.Dotp'oreJhan; ; one business.. ;'were i in a flourishing'condi But melons planted in the spring small box. of cgrbolated ointment, is ;:':" _;..., -i
K 1:' ":hundi dothousatid boxes'were product tion... Even the' ,great financial: depression -' months are a failure. Sweet potatoes a sufficient,supply for ourselves and .. /=;t- ';"
lv* 'ed'aantiallyup to 1874.. .Few; indeed, that'was,'upon,the country in, raised within two or three yards of enough;to lend to our neighbors every I>> : ..;: .of rA
if had up tp)Uiisltime: .pl nte 'groves for 1893-4 weighed .but:lightly.upon: .Floe the'river should be dug in four months, I year. And these are all the rtiedicm'eswe .-'( .r'
'rtcotaroercial{ I 'purposes,, Yet, about !many ida. It is.true;as;productionincreas: ;; f for.if allowed to remain in'the groundfor have ever. had occasion for-. no -r -
):.t ;';::I ,tine; ):old seedling l ':ttrees were growing,' boxes'' had;;reached 'millions! -prices by:.some.worm This.worm. is If: you ask;what are the fatal diseas ,; r"'..':}' -
1;'" :%htch'litad'been'. : planted'' itfanfcbelluni l- declined. ,It also,true that growers; only found'.within three yards of the es on the-whole. southwest coast line, :... !r.t.{=: .t.I .
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produce water and is found anywhere'else.With should unhesitatingly answer, old :: : :: <; .
*r.::.!;:\fruit: After;: the "unpleasantness" ; lines ;, so even at 'th se..,two exceptions-:lice and age. It would seem that I, am, attempting \A;I. .
: --:' ;)'thesifctrees: of luxury became treespf the lower'prices there was an encouraging wormsour marMands are free from to prove too, much, as it is fated .:.. ':: z< ,
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A }; profit. industry to pests. When the lice appear melon for men once to ; Mi old peo-k : .
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: From x&fo 'upto': 1895 vines cease to:grow, but the first sum- ,are scattered. all over Monroe :,
:. k timndclimate; >;twere loud:-in/the praise certainly\ 'a period ,of most:'wonderful mer'rains 'destroy them and.in July county who have retired from all active :/ ,.. -
.' z4\.'1ccot this..'delicious' .f I\!' J4.rap'ld1r 'growth ;and,de e1opment. and. August 'the vines produce large pursuits for twenty: orthirtyyeajs.. : ., } "
sread' ... a knowledgeotits: good q lah. .The fatal freeze 'came:. After the melons of good flavor.. I have tried Our climate Is..so-- free from sudden ," .', ,>
:. ;'" .t);;ties throughout the-land.. Thus it ;was cold.wave. of February; :1895, :Florida melons year after year with the,same or great,atfipspherkuchanges of 't m.' ,
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..;:\ \raasd ll tar'in-excess'of the supply'soon .desolation.. Not only'the joss Melons planted in January'and.Feb from active life seem to linger to ".> y: -.

T-": "i; rang ,into: existence., Prices %ruled. of a cropr for.one'year. ,but .for years., ruaryproducefruit no earlier than a time' beyond>belie : t. I ,
:,;Cf high ;,_five;; (). eight Collars being ;notuicommonprice. If.again,.Florida.was ever '-to' :become those,'planted in June: The worm .Onremaikable feature' of this coast' ? .
', "'- ': ik'ifyi the writer. the, famous. .* and. prosperous orange th attacks, our sweet 'potatoes ,a t fs'Jhe. low range of the thermometer } ,:.l... ;J
::';10' remembers seeing-/a crop,sold: from 85 producer she:had' been, reinvestment ; during the summer months. From the ;;"
:' ::, 1.ld'trees: netting( $1600"!' vjhese; or4aegesc of:both t.iine.a.t:1d: money must be made..' probably, information: I have been, able: to .i;,," .
'" ::'( not clipped assorted,\siied'iocwtaQpedubiitwere ,Dazed by 'the,great r and unparallelleddisasters brackish, water, as. I' do not think rsecure.. the highest point reached by", ..<.- ;; .... '1
.'.:.,. : ; : pulled:from the', .the*'orange growers felt, the that it ever Jives ten feet away from the thermometer' in the last twenty ,4 :;, .
: c': :y. : t/putintaTOUgh; boxes. ofabputrthesrpjjthepresent.bpx pangs; ol hopeless despair the'river, I 'have no land to'sell and years at Punta .Rassa' fifty miles north, ". ,'r; ;, ; .:

; : : : ; Gradually' it. ;dawned upon many our demerits. are.'entitled to .consider- of Chuck uskee, was degrees and '." V': 'S ", t.::
"a.' 1 =IHberewas'money: in. :grbwjng- that the rootsof.the'trees had'life and ation. the lowest. 33 degrees/wing a. .range =' 'f. .' :..
f! 'JaBges in'j j th.osedays.; .No; wonder a they set about 'work resuscitation of '' t.- : '. fA:
,l -the of i Bear,probably' come near us. every only 6o degrees., -': (: :' .: :
: r ,desire: ;to.become:< 'a grove.owner waswWespceack ,. so that today, .not. yet ''three I season inn their annual' visits, to the The meanfor the winter months at : ;ji;; "
? 'f .: 4 As'facts acrd fictions be-. years since our groves were'.cut to the coast-for turtle eggs.. peer comeinto' Punta Rassa, for the ,period of ,five t-T': '
.' :; \\Lcaae)wide spread, gradually the tide ground,,many,: tree are fruiting, and fieidXevery year in the dry season yers'was; 5.40; and\ if we accept .4 '_' '
r.' -c: of;immigration, swelled to large' pro'portions. -. there is evjfy-prospect '.that by the '-the winter I think no winter passes this and the isothermal of 70, as laId. : :;- _:' :'C'
-'_ ; J .: <"Land, :suitable and unsuitable .year ,189&'tnV: orange crop of Florida but that-some: ,are killed in the vicini:' down .by "Blbdgett, .as a basis for estimating <; ;- -' 1lJ.. '. <: _3

'< \4 u4r 'fo orange culture was either .will be' of commercial importance. Ins ty. They become very fat in the cane temperature;, the mean for.', .:. ;C\' : :<, j J
> teacledjpr purchased:and.grove fact, tbe .crop,of this:year is 'not less fields, and seem to enjoy coming ChuSkaluskee wit!.be about 67 for' : ;i( rte'the }
;., t: anted.fiPoints: ,,, near and remote, .than 150,000 'boxes.Trees; all over ,around.the house when;, there is nobody winter months. r. s..of' :'._ _: .
;. ;were) ect(9. ;. so.that'all over.the. pen:. the ;old, orange' bearing districts are at.honfe but the' women. When The water along" the .coast l linens. : '">.r'-/. '. L
1' iii iIa the wilderness was "rapidly! producing some..fruit. No doubt the we want:venison or turkeys we.go to very .shallow, the ten fathom ,line' being .:. t '." -
., '' .::ti nsformed.. ; 'into, ;beautifuby orange yield Tor .1898. 'will 'be' very much..increased the Big Cypress and get(all we want ; i from thirty to' forty miles; from :; .,'.. .
,.,. tgr ;: .,..$! Yr + .over this::year's crop,reaching' (for ducks we go to the prairie ]back: o>(fthehouse. land; ,and, owing to .the. shallowness -J"- (. -..." .
: .,: 'J;heuj ears: 1884-5" the, crop{ hadmch'ed probably 500,0,06 boxes: This. rapid ._ I can hear them qua of the water and the absence of .cold ::" '

: about:five hundred thousand' lDcrea.se-of'p10ductioJi'is. likely to continue in(.alK night: like tame ,ducks; 'currents, the water.becomes; heated by .'- j-. j ,: >.
t irviieeSiW; th5this brodcut.in. 'sight' v.the, 'until" three"i to'four million boxes aro killed within a quarter. or.'m. the. sun's rays and materially modifiti :: {A. 'J-.
.;, prospect- :of' :*a,very/ J rge.andrapld: : in- .annually'will! : ; r be produced. After--, of my house:any 'time in, the fall and the climate. Before cold waves=can ;-:. >' ''
;..:: -;ti eMeinoucea.the" building, .of f 'rail- ,.7rar; (d' ,fto. ;' increase; ..king.many 'winter:when we.need them. Curlews reach the land south of Cape Romano rvidlines; and attracted the.attention years toreachthe) estimated .crop.of are (found on, the oyster" bars: at l low they.have to'travel hundreds of,'miles .:(" i_;;: i :.<-k

(-rf}:,fruitven'.i. -., from;: .fall- ': 'parts'of. )the..... 4x$9-gsivbpooooo boxes. These tide;and'on. the'prairie at high tide, across the Gulf''of Mexico and they' -: i; ;. : :. ;
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',,.!.O- .t'- lii;?.January. 0.of;.;:1886.a..cold_n' wave_. that not more_ than.half qt the old orange are more' ,of a solitary bird and so stir It has been asserted by interested. .: "
",: "Sweptline'state, killing" .-many':.01'the 'groves' ;are being resusc iat ed.', pidthattbey; are easily killed when parties thdtFforidamut; ; !tie-unhealthy' : ;,' :' :';_.'. .:; -'" 1'
young:orange':trees; nd.>some'of the Twenty per cent; bf the .old} area will 1 found ; as their flesh, is. infeiior"to. that t because'it possesses low lands at some .- 4 n ; {; 1"i?i
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old:one$.> It was >thpjgh}; :that; this cove{. .th4roves: C partidlly" cultivatedarid ol the'whlteurJewe'" -seldom' 'shoot' t points ;, but' in the section referred to' .." ,. -';

""'. Would.'P6ve,aitcha, blow l to.:the industry -new' 'grpyes; planted.. 'Soy not them.for food. There-seems Jo be.no extensive. swamps exist. To the. north .. ;
:. )AatpUpting'nedUcontinued: <, 'would I ;be more: )than-70. ..percent of the.olderanggrove.'area end of;rabbits' and'opossums. The,latter -* is the Big Cypress, and the marshes -- k
/;- However, this-was' not :' will, be, in 'bearing, are'alway 'to: found In rny an ; swamps east of Marco ; and to -
the case;);m'oa'the contrary, it rather say within;the' next'ten' years; 'orVinotherlwords ; ; I and banana: fields: Of'greenl:: turtles ethe, east: and south' are the Everglades ,- f ::' = F
I. added, an-jap| v i nq.store: extensive ,it is more'.'than probable oysters,.clams, mullet, sheepshead and and the Teq Thousand Islanck.- ,My-
; tit ptanti.w.uideitakeri'hiauy;:',: a'production 4oocooo'boiwahnu- snappers; there' always 'the'greatestprofusion own' inquiries, covering ,this entire ._ -: '
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frost; .that.thereWas. buts! !little 'risks ofmrloriDg'thertree .undoubtedly be*below .demand brought back-sixflamingoes-but;!: their It'lias. &.asserted that fever and ., =:: = i;; ;'. .-1
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:ceded their:planting; arid by'high ,upon.: This," ,taken. in':connection of f other bird'fouztd nearer bon c. .,1 is-fowd.. ,. :... ('j-altAeuIradi). .:. Md-. :..,- :"' .
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: .2' ) sent. Since .1886 Ihave_ acted on'this 'theory changes of the weather,they will re
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'. ': 'f..t' u ,. .. : Thee census_of; Florida. shows that and have beetf.shading thee. jops-froin. mthesun .unharmed'by- the' freeze. boxes of fruit.
ti i .iKerate: of : -i is. 'being f The trees on Indian River bloomed
; -, i'f: ; mortality very.lqwJ ; using large. bushes placed, >Ve see the same fact illustrated in
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.. .t',{ ; ..' tremeSouth.'Florida, the .. mortality is sere cold r havefollowed laden with. fruit. We have read some
t 41i' .\ i ,. : bankingoipas b wood .completely, so deep'. hat: marvelous stories
':.' $& ', .rem rkably! ;low-ontya; fraction,over ,high as;practicable.? they: probably feel no effect of weather : in the papers about,
.," ; <.t. ? ;.: _' per iooo. In 'Monroe 'county, To head off the woodlice. hav .'at* changes at all; yet they come.put in the prolific young trees in the interior, 3
::j: 4' ,:wbtchincludes; I )Key West, the mortality l- ways spread a little coal tar on dead- the.'spring alive a'pd'readj to grow off which however we take to be the exception 'i

: '',.:.q >* =>:'" is.!only aboUt ,6 per i iooo from all wood.and often on the 'young green. vigorously. .If an orange tree is completely Fruit; not the rule. One. writer in

-k A-:4-" { :t. ,causes. Yet,-singular to say,:he majority \ buds;or,spro ts.. I have' never 'seen encased in ice.it is',not injuredby the ,Grower; I thmk,. spoke :of

"... ...,.:.:; ._.'J'"\,.. : : -;of thepeopleresideon'creeks, ),,.., any injury to the tree from/the' :tar, the cold.., .So,.if if was'practical to several year-old buds as having a box
..; -I' -'- fr:5. :. :_.!;, -f'- ;: :rivers\orrnear. : swamps.. ? '." and:my trees have, .inyariably'comethrough bury i it *.out-of sight in a,mound,of of fruit each. This excels anything
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... : ,.' 'J rY In! former, letter referred; to [the 'j all right when banked in earth, it,:would suffer no harm.: But we.have, if:the writer. means stands
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!.,.' f"'- j1 ;tP rt. -- 'of lime, J juicerand1! citric-acid. The._ J'de-. T. -B.., HiCK NLOOPER. .. warm days when there, would be a box. A, few buds in our hammock-,!
:" ...;;If.-: ?;....' /mahd #For.thoseirticlesis; 'great, audit .,.Francis .Fla. 0 : T slight tendency ta.sap'movement. .however" show, a fine growth and a
t wonderful fruiting capacity.' We note e'
.; ; i;;: / 'is.sdmewhaf surprising that;the Jimeis So,. with:'sprouts:which are banked, .
':::' ..1t,.; .. fif'; ; < not extensively} grown on Indian river, ; Our corresppnaerit' is.on the right i in 'weather:the earth the. following .
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.: r"t. ,}l7 ..T: ::and soiitftwest: t. Florida. ) candis.cover -. track: A tight covering- paper' or be'forced,back a little, leaving a. dish H..J, SI1.itn! in his grove: 'at the:jouth'
(;;; 4S: tl', ,-' .. ho"rea onwhy; :we should. sendto other;material usually worse than 'around each that the end.pf the hammock.has a single bud,.
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nothing because it confines the moisture two old. last month August ,
i't\:: ; _Bermuda. for'.onlOnsp; potatoes, bananas : can ,be easily rebuilt the approach'of -years (( ) **J
r ool i\; ;?: I ,. .cocoanuts 'and 'other tropical holding, in :contact with ,there another cold on that has 400 fruits on all file welt de '
J;., }. ..} : ;i. .products: '. .* *. ; which, is. thereby frozen when snap. Of' course, this. ,eloped; specimens. It .is a-rowyel:
tE1' $ _::"; L #. ... ,i i't iChickaluskee :: A loose heap .of' liter ofcbrnstilk&is takes:work, good deal;of it, but'it the .of precocious' fruiting;rhatii. : :
l. .. ... .. .. ,. -Fla.s. .., wet even is the only absolute insurance. against way ?' ;
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'! ; .'f:';4(0: ; '!-<:: '.,Pratectirig-Orange'Trees. :, -from Cold.__ it breaks the wind a little arid tooder- ==....:. J. D. Almond, wfio.has chargeofthe ?}
'. -;>. :.Yfii; !:.1i--,; ,editor,Farmer and Fruit Grower. ates'the cold, atthe, same time. allowing ? 'N..oteson'- 'the Orange.V Garvey .,graver has a; grape-fruit

.-5..r:'' >:./: '. ..:t ';;'r'- J: ''' .r 'Haying had some .experience in Various the moisture to escape. Onemay bud inserted. two,years ago this month.
;t.}. :.-.:,. :::,}, :. '' .methods. of protecting, orange pile grass or straw; upon'a'-young.tree,' Editor Farmer and Fruit? Grow- r. i .(September! ) that. has its .,equal in ',the
: yam t"i.-. V-L 'I. "'trees'from'excessive'cold? I, will :add ,making amoundiikea: haycock, cov Th .b s\and'most.\ efficient way ,to way ,prolific bearing,.havincoa:; 1i'$ V

.' ;t. :L };', 'my_ 't testimony: 'to '"..wJmt.'has, already eying. .the:tree..two or three-feet out of secure;our orange sproutsfrornbeing, finely developed::1'fruits: :That h some ,
.s ... ....:; +; .' beenrwrittetfonvthat'subject, ,and,twill: sight yet it will .perish .in a severe blown'off. by the wind is still:a vexed i better. than'the tree noted'by the .Eu. *'

.. y' .;. ,:' :-: ;:i= 'mentrohsome .experjences.: Prior totthe freeze. c and'unsettled iqu stion.with most grows tis Lake Region, and<&$*& fa, .thc
: x- :.-'!' .;" freezeof; .'-'86i'I: carefully wrapped The shading with oak'brusK('or pine ers I have '! J'ed'.my- trees pretty .effectually last Friiit Grower,. as havisga! ;: crop

rt.: ,.-:- :. 'J ..' :some:young thrifty 'budded, trees! ,in. 'boughs, set a little ,distance' :fromjhe in the manner suggested, I of 72. : '
&.. ,.t:.i-.;, j \. 'broom sedge and lied it'on. from :top : tree,. to permit the circulationan'dyet: think, by 'W ,S, Hart Hawks Park, The bestshowing- the writer ,'mot'make
;;:.' ../.- -- \ ;f}; l.:'*<- bottom; ; eyerything.was completely screen the. frosted bark, and leaves at the last meeting f. ,the'StateHorticultural : is a bud one year, :oW)Iwt: Ft* -

:.} ., .: :', '. wrappeliupclose: :; ; ,. so that::not.va leaf from the morningsun; ; is'correct rac* Society, using however, much ruary thatiias crop of 'iiffrw. .'
j'. .'L<:...:: was .visible! ; and i t thought myself tice. smaller:wire. -Thefjsizcfsuggested: 1 by The, orange at this 'te'prosetts
t:;t v( : f. that' they would staid. anything that. In 'spite' of.all'. apparent.exceptions. him,. telegraph wile;. is'too large as a curious ,freaks. Here 'u".oW1 f.1Itt
.' ,_ '';\: :, '' ,,ro-4 'could come. .to.Flor1ia; ,, in the' way of and disastersto young'sprouts from a hole ,bored: through the 'sprout large most peculiar that ever :came.;' under .

<'.4 : \i-- f' ; :. .cold. .But tp'my surprise and. :jdisapippintment mistaken use of the material,mother enough. -to. take the, wire weakens the my observation.- Some'e hteea: years w
; .. .-- 1W:. ;.,:- / ;they'were killed: to ,the earth is the 'best covering yet found for limb- to'such an extent that:it,is fable \ ,ago 'I ;set al: :iv ebud:oa aioor. stock... :

.. ."'H 'ground. ;Iiilooking around'I was; .alsp'surprised orange trees: But it.must 'be applied to break;,off, in a heavy" wind;' e* Just below? the "nivel:.growth..1** a' '
-" ,", ;'...(:, ;?. : -to see some.othersrDotif" : with judgment! ; Young sprouUmusu ]pecially heavily laden with fruit: I dormant bud of our corn. np :;or !%igejthat
:f" //E L; ,covered: that were alive.: .JfoundthiBy' not .be, banked in warm: weather,; have"used, X10. 13 galvanized wire_and had .almost:.grown over, 'Soon. "

/. .:: }. -,were. shaded'by.fencing r; .on 'the= east: neither 'is< ,it< .5afe'to. wait.until.after find! it sufficiently J large,,' after' the ,settisg this: cforaaant. bird: .
) ;,' .'.andsputhsides;. ;commenced 'to then:', has been frost the banking r"A. neighbor', takes theme 'suedwiii I came.out aiii made q ui- growth, !,

.,< .:' .: p1" -. *.;stud : :[situation and. I reasoned should be done' before, there Has been ;,and circles l : the. whole' t top;: justabove The; :navel, Jioweyef! ,- 'oyertofped' it

:, ,. .... that theall froze,through and through a"; particle 'of frost. And;perhaps ,* convenient branches,. Jike ,a and'_ in time. fpmed .the mata_tree,
-4 :. .> : ::': ., 'alike;,:but those:Wrappedd;up could.not> j most' :.important of all, the.earth'should huge hoop, .and'I_am disposed to |think while the common. bud: ...._ a: t:

.i .. ." 'J: 'r, reactiaytimebeingexcluded frop the always beapplied'dry. itthe best(;plan yet devised, ;: especially l large Branch and alwaysVlio\ ib Itfk ::
./-'<, t.. <.,'.f ki.. [air:and<,moisture.while i )those' that were After, growth: has':ceased and the for'seedling trees.. _A few; daysaiiicewe.had4uite The.nayel, as is ever tfce" :-cam: .

>.t.k. i -.: 1 ; '_'. simply J shaded;by'the fence were op n Bark:has r :become hardenedlupby! : cool a storm'of both wind,and us, proved a very shy !,.. ,:After'

,i :_ .a: ,.;. ., o.alr.: and moistureantvbftk and reactednaturz. iigjjfa it ''the' .young..treesr are.then ]rain] ; but with! the wiring,;iprppping 'freeze this tree"fidlthe iN .t mC'
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. where he.k'-comesyln,;fTwpofthe f quality! ',: .the:: ] disbud :
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i' : mottoranges::.:.Th'el.;ether two:have filly But.theyreally,! d9-not competewith ... '" f>?*.r--." &.-i-f *&? j

...1. i a_,Wr--< aap i {y genuine navels,: ,. Can.,. )thergieephouse: ,:product;,as' theyackvtheperfect'"finish (t : Is;Strongly' CoHCCHtrated t'ami. wkce irwWr|
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K'I is.abwt Sooo-bones.; .1? now in sight As ; .Greenhousechrysanthemums: seclicide -ill the World .
? : _a ivkrw] :flit..lserr: fine;;and if n6 seem;tp'cqme:in:earirer.each! year y so 10- .

;\T_ ;diaritbefalu':us! :,!e ejcpect a::;jjopdI that'they'brougbtrinto; : ; direct';cometitionr '"- u !tit: j Used in Florida for 13 Years:

: ''tt. : 1.tsaerda"goodpricc.I_ ; "To: see our p with. thetoutdoor.flowers t fromhe _. t ; '
: s ;1MekGi ,h waif:that- ,for .three;pears South*, which; find'their main,outlet sssjssssas" = '.::=:.:. 'e z"r... t g -. &*
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'';. ?; "';and'to. ;'hearthe sizerrunning street venders. At times"the wholesale :
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.i' ::-::predate; .' % ;H." :Si..;.WILLIAMS. the'.Greekand,Armenian' peddlers- loco RADOn'S., SLUGSHOT WORKS, ._ ; : :

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4 .:,w rH d theorstgalelast* Monday andwTue.dap4wee in St; 'Louis and 'other southern or freely for:the:past,six or,seven...years .

'':have, had. since'g3.. It southwestern. cities. Theffragranceis; where there are many other.varieties Tobacco.Cultivation.Mr. ., w
t+ : -'WM6f sHwi'butshsffp.; !! !I,think ten inches lacking whenthey; reach:Chicago; and close round it. Butler:,& Jewell, of ; <'. .. .

i":''- t? : i.r.IP frpnV.'Monday. : night, till'Tiieidapt purchasers? will not .buy1 scentless Tip-' .Cromwell,,'Conn., have a block of it ;. Craig read the following .note}.. '

I---';*. : Iioon: ; THe wind ..strippedide lets. ,Many of theyj61ets? ;.thus J grown where the.'Satsuma.are alone.by themselves on a 'Commercial View- of. Tobacco.Growing ,. ,. 1

; ,v it (i. palfueito, leaves,.'and: shredde4things are, the' ':single' ones, but, they.donot; they bear, rather shyly.; but r 'in Jamaica," :which he stated t : : .:.-t.- : :.
}; .jn_ general.. Orange ,trees.anfrebedly sell as'we11"as'thedouble: : unless thsyare'very four or,five trees:right in between Burbank :- : was. hurried jotting.It >': <. -. '
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\ .xtrees.buds; ? Ao sprouts; loaded' withrfrwt3ieflaton Another ,flower 'sh pped''fronf .the ,have, produced ,a: crop ,of. the" 'large.and ready sale for goods t." '' i.:: ":, -

,- ; the ground.: ''f't, "JS' aseriousquesion.with South',is- the:'Gardeniaor '.Cape 'jasmine most.superb plums I..have ever seen of of any kind, that a manufacturer must .... :r: ::<:
us.how yre,are.to this, /New Yorker.. make : .j :' ,
:: : .Evei y yearr-! these jBowers are type.- : or a planter must grow 'pro* ; 'p
< ':';: 'keep'put;newly,:budded'old;;trees up, sent (frpmjTexas: Mississippi,.and otlerjoints .'. ducts for the many and not for the. _, ::-
.=: f as,'they .begin: '.to bear.,' The. new', ;to 'Chicago in ,immense' The Mexican Orange Worm. few-it rarely 'pays to grow.anything : .

.'groieth(seems[to. be only, glued;j.: ontow quantities, the' greatest 'glut being The prejudice:that has undoubtedly for a small class or a'small number: w

-:1 the9ideof; (:the;stump., ;Of course'the; about Decoration Day During:,the! been caused by the, publication\ of who can afford to pay a higher price, ;: ::; .
,-: ; 1 ioouerxweget: ; the old:dead wood out,' warnings against, Mexican, in than:the million so in '; :'.
1:>-, / -* VI* fcJf. t ,- past t1! ;y s?quantities.o(' jhe-Cape oranges, my opinion it .: :
: trod allow'thenew.l : ; : ?:;hea1 ort j jasmines'haye-beenconsignea: ; to Chicago consequence ,a worm, with which would be useless for'a few' individuals ,.;. ;
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.- 'grokoverthe-- stump'and' : ,clinch! 'produce, .dealers, 'as. well: as,to II this.fruit is said to be infested, ,will undoubtedly 'iif'J maic to grow small quantities of ,
., therbeiter! but :wrr, eYery- commission i florists; whose places w refilled :affect their: sale,in'the United t tobacco and to expect to find or make .

'-;, thing. in'.one. day:;. ".-g/ Oj Overflowing, with.these 'fragrantwaxen .States,Curing:the coming season. a.market for themselves. It most, in. ;. '

r 'Wire- seemsTto be-- th : --'s thinglo# : biopms. 4 great many So widespread is the work of this pest my opinion,. be grown in such 'quantities .. :;{..,:,.> '"
7 'tzup.g tbe'sprotits! i. rwith7! and;to j; avoid i 'were unsalablee l ,sowing{ to' the ignor- that even in South Africa.it is believed as to make Jamaica tobacco a factor "'" '_ "

"I': : 1t !ngmtoe r'wr pod or:;, 'chafing, Isawwoitichbambp6 ance .of 'the consignor;. as well.as 'to that.some of ,the great damage to in the trade-and grown at a,price :1

into pieces,two the 'glu.of flowers:: ,A vi hardly the fruit; crop, of that, country comes that can compete: >Sh other ,countries '..

inchw)long;split' the pieces l lengthwise' realizes the care..reqmred in gathering from this-same source. Undoubte y .. .. .. > .
:f cutout !' jnrierCedges' to make the I Mexican will be This I fear cannot be done $ old- <
and'packing flowers, for, a ,critical matket :- orange trees quarantined : y 1
< cyf WWW ;! ; ; some consignors, too, appear to an attempt to as pre- ',=.. :;;
x. Mil; 'through the!bamboo into the'tr&or'sgiout.where them. other vailed in Cuba for centuries ': ,:
imagine that the frozen,North: is.eager import into any country.- although : : i
: the :wire, :is to i. to purchaseanything; ,, in. .the; shape;pia Grocery World.Profits I. say nothing against these methods, .. ';f

:?-xaome':; ;J! vingahe}read ofthe' naitout., I 'flower.., If.is'onlywhenwe; : compare -., '.. as regards Cuba, where in spite of :'-(. -f:'

::.,/ ofIiachto;: -Hold- the* wire' from ,the artless products of an' outdoor garden of :Rubber Culture. them, -and the great expense 'attending : ._', :: '.,1

< slipping i down, with:the' Highly- finished blooms About.3j 'acres of land in the Royal them, they have undoubtedly been \' ._ .J. ,
,.; Agwn]i5;:!repeat;, it,, is s.a;:question' how produced in' the artificial 'summer'.ofa Botanical Garden, Ceylon, are devoted I successful in so far that, Cuban.tobacco L'." -.* -?*, ..

/1- we are going to Jceep'ourjtrees| up when greenhouse,that we understand why .to the. experimental, cultivationof fetches a price that can'afford a :" .. .-/'" ;_ .., '

M= they..tecoinejoaded: with fruit" i wish the latter should rank higher .m the ,Para 'rubbfr-; (Hcvca brasilcnsis.) heavy outlay* ... j.'' ,

.i( Tour "readerstvotild give.us some igoodfdeas market It seems' likely ,that, as the One of the:. trees, '.21 years old, has I am afraid, however, that we cannot .- ': ,= -
,: in.regardto'this: important? quesKever southern growers increase': in experience been.tapped annually for nine years look.for Cuban prices, or attempt .!' ,." T.. 'j f;.tom::.: : ; 'knew, orange trees' .to tHeir product swill imprbve'sufficiently and in that period has yielded 13 rlbs.6oz. to pass our'tobacco as'Cuban growth, -','':'...; .' .
_.the :growthvthey :this 'sea rubber about although in favorable soils'and'situa- -
a to command a higher standing -- of. dry ; or, i4lbsaper :'q ,
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:- "' J, ''i; !!NUMBER;. NINE.>"' -:. :.... I report calls special attention to this ,quality of tobacco; but believe: by T:': :
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'' Mr..:j. H;: Hale of South Glastonbury tertain tHe most exaggerated ideas of methods, we can so.reduce the cost of" .
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{ k"ts.'. 6ft inches in circumference, with and other trees. A much larger yieldcan profit, at much less than is now paid 0.:: J t

For seyendyears;; past, spmejof the eight prominentcurcujio "stings! ," yet be gotten for one ,or two years,, for it Jbcallv-always providing the, o-
6rsf chrysanthemums received in western the plum is not harmed. 'TheSatsumas but it is'at the sacrifice of the 1 ife'of grower is not called upon to put the .\ '

and southern,'cities, each ,autumn from .Ir, Mead, bear from one to the tree. If .the results..or'the tapping tobacco.through a variety of fermen .
:J': 1 have,been growl out-of-doors in' Mis-: fout"''stings," but' are, nevertheless, of this tree, he continues, be taken as tations,. to suit the cigar, maker! .the v : -" '.

'>.,si ipp(:*:Chicago,,,St. Louis and New perfect:specimens' Mr.:Hale writes; a 1 basis, the yield of a rubber plantation tobacco manufacturer, or .to classify. it .#

.Orleans"arcs'lHe;chief distributing;centenfocdress I send you,this plum, 'not only, to after the tenth, year,.(fifty trees to for different markets .- ',.. .; ",

;: fiQwers.-They'are grown! show the size and style, ,but more to an acre) should be perhaps ioolbs, of I believe ,the processes of fermentation 4 .. 5

;without greenhouses >or ;ordinary show ;how it will stand the attacks of rubber per.acre. per'year, worth about betuning, etc.,< can:be done by .:. .
i'frames, :being';merely:,protected by :aboard the curculio.. You will .notice that it J;12 or Z 13 In London., ,He pointsout the manufacturers' for themselves to ,; ";,?:\" ', 3
(' fence around:the:bed,1, with raft had eight bites n.th'outside, 'yet not that the labor cost of Rubber is better.:advantage, just, ,as .I am told, i.: a

..:: en across the :top;over.whicha:cpv.- through.the skin 'so'as-Jo do'any harm. very small-and that good prices are. chocolate manufacturers now prefer : -f ,: J

'IDI: :of"lnusllnr:!,Pt-'plantded cloth There has been good deal of complaint likely.to realized for some time to to sweat the cocoa bean for them ;. ;..' : .;>

: y Be;: drawn lien: 'necessary; -asiJiia that.the,Satsuma was.not-a free come... .selves.'. These 'processes .are a great .<, __ ,
>; :Fig. :.2 4rh>: varietiesare''alaiost j bearer, 1 but;>> ,my investigation this year ,. e stumbling block.tothe. island planter, : ., :i
'-. .. .1 ; :entirely early'ones, j jipbjtct I t leads me'to believe that it is all right Much' Florida: grown
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>,, >'\r;;a '"': '.. 'growers'!) w liid..r1:ready: ,.'market. :for articles; .of'commerce, and .pointing'to ,:. celebrated P. '& T, Strawberry ;
.'-' ''t'-',:." t4.the'leaf' ariiong; leaf imerchantswho *which ..(iaU. !'ftS'.) the universal Refrigerator .
<. -. ::: :., : J ; such a heavy .trade will, assist : A Bon and Safe Rwmed7 In'ease .' are. favorite of Florida !
'i! ....: ; w : ;ferment; betune ,;and classify the leaf fn ''turning the balance: in our favor.It -.ttd ererykind of Bowel Complaint. is growers., ;Perfected after years of expert'erice t
: x'' [ '. to stilt.tb it customers. I Give good service. for good fruit ;
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'_ : '_ :{1 ;< ; :. >be spent Ton;,these. .'processes.and crops'of the world,.'of cotton and corn ; Staike. Florida. ':
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; 1- i : '. ': ': without? ,skilled treatment j the tobacco and tobacco and that it must .made* a too and ft can't be .
; : : ; ,, ;;thire- j strong< .,,". ; ,1i. .\ :t.'-;L, 'I isj veryeasily'spoiled.. Every Cu 'ore become great'tn proportion? -in its ,i I iris &'dmpie: safe. and'. quiet cure for .d'iERKti: R .SEED. :RO., bilJtitl.

; ;:. :t..Y, : .,.,iL''),..;. ..1ban;t" cannot. ; cure_ tobacco. 1,I..havefound nfluehce..upon the. nation.-Atlanta C amp.; Couch' Bbeoinatlxia, ..
'.-.* : ;:t :i: 'by experience. 'The curingand Constitution. [ Colic, ,,Cold, Neuralgia, MARY 'T,. FROTSCHER, President,-

,:'t. e' ;.;.;5';' :>t\,:-:""'. classification" ,1' must. -be, most. ,carefully, : .Diarrhoea, Croup,. Toothache.TWO Successors to >
EX 7;'. ;: ;11 f :. '.done and the. :expense, is very considI SIZBS/25c.iad BOe. Richard FrotJcher's..G Street Branch Store
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$< : : :: : be I Importers.and dealers in Flower Field and
: f+t t -j,, If :our, tobacco could soJdl the Beds Garden Seeds. Grasses,clover; bulbs seed
:' i ". >.:; .. i.:"<:,, dried i ;leaf,, in ordinary: .bales or cases; Shipping Plants-Seed out'the. 'yery point, on which the cattle tatoes and fruit trees in the ir season, Conducted p0-

:>;if': .r. .. :-: ;a. great source of difficulty and expense Editor. Farmer, and Pruit-Grower law of Florida is defective, and by through relatives Richard of the late Frotscher'g Richard manual Frctscher of;1896 Order or .

', I .q : :'<. '..- would' be removed for the. to.r" One of the most common mistakes :could :not stand a test, i if brought be- send for one.free .

: }.;.. :" bacco.planter or .farmer and. I thinlcJlr. committed by persons shipping plants fore this tribunal. ,

;;/ ? this-could, be managed! though per- is the.. practice.of moistening them. He says :. iithe'lice power of the

,..._4 ,cog y; .ty- '' haps at some sacrifice,, at firs -The I Unless the .weather is cool'the chancesare state; should certainly never; lie exercised ,.r "!l.i:. .
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'.... h: : : '.."." .Society; ; .. and then the plants are done for. A in itS,health or morals; or' phyv : ilq
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'S'S' it'; } S F,-::,>",.x.....":. Florida's. Tobacco. Fair._ .' .. jug it into water and: setting.lt I out in abuse in individual.right. To invokeit ;I everywhere sell

; : ::(-."..;. r:: <;.<": 'The tobacco'.falwh.Jc,: t the State of a cool and shaded place.. But for a merely: ) to enhance the i incomes. of a''

; :. : ;, 1, Florida1: i is to hold at 'Lake.City on the heated.plant there is'no. hope. particular class '*, would be ''FERRY'' SEE Si
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::?, .-. >) '..:: '. mark anew. and'important era. fri the and.raspberries: from :Scotland to lative departure jgS Don't f risk\11 the plantiugeeedao loss of time labor DnkUWD and ground qafclfi -
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,:::z;: '''-. .'',',:'>":. /-productive- history of. the. United Australia, which were four months on The application we,would make, is lfim it nnrellableeeed,. The market la. FtRGY'l foil of el tall tajt.

i .t .;--,<<'.' States..One. he way,. and never moistened,them a this, that the'pqlicd power of Floridais .4 .' areatviTi' the best;"do, not accept
l ". ....j. ;i :, <.. .' ': of the results of' the war .in Particle,before starting-simply wrap. invoked and used, "to. :enhance. the apaabatitata6ee. D. M. FERRY A auaalrfN.CO.,. .
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,-, : hey arrived in good.condition, and a insist on raising cattle, and! hogs, .and
,i' -' > :: .attention to the capability, of Florida l large. percentage of them grew. J sustaining them on ground to which

to fill.the f field heretofore held by the Another very common error is .to they.hold'no shadow of title, and

_rj .,?,, ----Xr. "; .. .Great; Antilles. Even though it has sow seeds in a rich bed; most people which is neither the public domain !
'..... .x :,, .:,>'..(t". been a matter of ascertained fact that make it as rich as it can'well be.made. .even. FAIRVIEW PINERY.

l 1t. .;;" : : ,* Florida Pt11d 'a portion of Georgia.could The result, the plants come ,up and The law.as. enforced,..simply 'com- ".

?fie.i ':.;;r; ..>J:;.....:' .produce a tobacco of as-:fine a flavor grow with extraordinary vigor for. a pels A, tel allow B.to. pasture his'.cattle ."'Choke: .
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: 'J, : :; .' :Abajo.yefwe1lacki.: the skilled workmanship tall and spindling,, and are then compensation, and more, it compels'A /" -
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i" x ,.,p'.., '::-.-..'. :'. for the planting,:'but for the harvesting than the seed bed, and they receive a part,of his 'own property, if he designs "'. '. .- >

:;'.J*; r--;.t._. 'r', "::1 .'i. ',and curing of the_ product. The misfortune stunting which is well nigh fatal. -to use that,part_of it, on whichto : PIans" ... .:.. .'

/ -t.;..:!:';' 'which has.made .:a desert, out Now;'on the contrary, if they had grow any sort.of crop; or failing to ,''.-duuei 'r.FQR .
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., t'# A 2 ;> of; Cuba; by desolating her fields as been started in soil no richer than the do so,.the:]law. gives ;B the right to said --0 AL : .. ---'

f.'Ew'', ..':'a '. }, ti.wel.l; : asby\exiling her sons, has been field.in which they are destined',to crop,' for his'stock. The law does discriminate : : I.

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< ..'.4\': t--. :is fast building up:a,trade field would have been much better Turn it any way you will, it can ,be --=-.--

:I '. ::. : fi $k which will mean millions'to the treasury 'prepared .to withstand the'sh ck. construed in no other light ,than 'that ABBAKA PLANTS A SPECIALTY; : .
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one With all 'young things, plants as the police power of the State is invoked

f ?:r"., ;t.; cQIle.c :.thatbut three years ago the well animals, the object should be ,.to enhance the income.of.one class F. N. PRICE_ ;:
(S r.. ,; '..,. :t;'. : only. tobacco grown in Florida{ asa: to make' them hardy. Many people against another class. I know of no '.
.\" "J'j; /' '-: '\. -'. few stray patches for home consumption think the,soil of the seed bed should' part of Volusia.county that is not now P. 0..Box,449. ORLANDO,';FLA. i

.; ...? ,:(:: j and thai.within-that time 'a n-export be rich in order to. insure germinationof private.property, on which the owner, -J

),,. f._". Q,: r'. : ;''':'j,;' .trade of one million.pounds has the 'seed. The' greatest essentialis or owners, are taxed or should be. HOME GROWN '
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'; : :. .r'' ;1rfr :has .been,the, prbgress and how ly or quite on the surface !d kept come possessed of the right to pasture ..

IS..., .: : ; .<' .t. '>';' '. .successfully' ,,' : the,'soi t'PJprida-:": .has, 'anjF' -' well-watered and shaded,.for :a fewdays said property, simply a se he makes .

'>,' :;(;:,"t....,.&,"T". "t.".,..,.'.,;, ..... .iicall.oJf....-. ,.: ,. or.J there'will! l be no trouble to get cattle and hog growing his business? Pineapple Slips

'st "WU'j.' :.'-. > :. ,... v.' 'I MUrfUl.\' -,. ....at.. t 15f them to-germinate. Take the word of The'only'barrier bei.ng.that the_owner
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;. < !: -,' ;;t"':!.;:.f:r .tfme'reaII'y'longed'to! .- L. CAMERON. byfence.Why ;1r

4'.i i, : ;.:,.;,' .,,-1' ( 1 \: -'f .li.;< ",-a-"ii f.ii;:...-"'j.),; JfSSt: Jacksonville. Fla.{ not j just as'consistent ,that the : the Following Varietfee ,
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--t'' ; ; ; southward < law: should .give A the right to .seize .
rA ,:"'! :r" : A.' >ridaV-ThisJtobacco:: i ,. in:, the days :'Sound.Stock, Law.: and appropriate any of B's stock he ROE. SALE:'

,f ',A, ". ., ;,-, f -:: before the. war: wal.. l1ed for in all The writer has,before this given his may find not fenced in ?
.'- :' ,' ":e; -.the"capitalsvof"Europe"by connoisseurswhb'Sdugh'vth'ebest views'relative the Would cattle ABBAKA; > PORTO KICK: EGYPTIAN
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'..,,...' ., .--J: ... .. '; .'.;,. : there :was. to be of the ca1led'stock< '' law of Florida. if a law was passed giving any man QUEEN, GOLDEN QUEEN, lIPL] Y:
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,-... 1t :', -t.:! 'iii.;.'j....'..: \5Jhadjieh:.. [;| .in" thedays following/fii. The point taken was, that'no law can the right ,to 'appropriate any stock,he QUEEN;.SMOOTH QAYENNE,PEK.

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$\.. j:,,-..'..->..J-..,; ",?If..' -:!,. ; fhaS:sustair i .a verrsince. 'It seems ';,:A.declsion has, just been: 'renderedby .. ''that crop; by turning his appropriate stock Florida Pin."l : "'fl

.t s"j" i' :;;"'!;;. -;;,. ;: -. ''now..thatthefortune:: of ,war,' ywhichC1 the.supreme court of New'York in onto it,'and.I.simply. have'no redress., Orfo '. .
., :' tdepdvtd: the: ulf coast or Florida of which Putnam ..
i\ -- :;, : : Justice sustained by Is not one lawful property as much} as HADDOCK & MATTSAJI9-
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r.': '1: ",fi;" r/ 1-t'O\! ''.this.iromensetrade. : willbe: : the:means four:"of his'associates'in' a case where the other? ,

.r. ., :" ". ::1''t.,. ,,'.1. 1:!*h agentration .laterr it t.will\ be the;jaw .of.New York' would; prohibitthe Can any man with moderate intelli Weet.PalinBh .PIt

r<:; J f''"k.f',-7:!'<''4->\':'''; 4 ,>'- .&.-'-:red' ,to" h-. .,:x. : _sale,of goods made by"'prison convicts gence say this law is right? I The demand for Osce'r
: ; t ': i-<._ :#The"exhlbitton l ar'take: ,City there- in .the State of Ohio. In-his I ; '
'{." h- .; :' Q#) ;. ,, Trueathere'is; a large _area of our beef cattle is better this -mooth than,

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; paswred and >catUemen who
_, ,' .: :desire: ( 7P14hc" ; ; : the Stringfellow method for setting trees But the'razorbacko, who_ -were pioba-
that otherwise wasted
'. tqxTise
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,.t""':.l<.,; *, f7--urage? Sitand.'the expense of !keep. live,, and they grow better. .' they could well 8tand,; itbo t..this

: .' I\ ':in theirst6ck1on; ? such 1 land, and away -' 'D. HACOMBEB.. addition, 'ran 'violently down' a steep
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:;r-: settlements, : tracts: ; ; A MAN ,
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# Galilee cleansed of devilijincl
---- were razorbacks -
them -:
_. ':-ft;; nobody would; ,comppinbut, let s TheFlorida,, Razorback., for many days to come: let us Across the street lagging a water melon ali
'.. '!!'j : it But this 'is the case.t ways attracts attention. So does
.... enjoy; : ; knot hope. EDWIN R. DICKENS N. a man show
Nature has endowed'the razorback with
? t: :; They not only? ,propose to .use all this Mcintosh, Fla.Qetting. .wngUpthosuperl0rqUa11ttcs'ot Page. fence.
v- .but 11 limited amount of brain, force Any OVEN FENCE
1 ,PAGE aA
WIRE
CO.
: St Und for their individual' profit ..M Mleh.
: :!. 4- vpwn'' one will notice this if .the will compare Rid of Stumps.In .

;.at" ', ?. 'but they ,further'propose that other the.cranium of the average self-made ra-

"''t '' : ,men'shalipay: all the,eipenses of their t zOrb ck.'with that'of Thos. Jefferson,or regard.to getting,rid stumps, the
best and cheapest way I have found is to
Daniel Webster. Taking careful .
:-: ,:,,,t., ..,;;.) .using'!the' whole :commonwealth as a ,over, the.occipital }bone from measurement one dig a hole down beside the taproot; to a
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-',:: r-,- pasture. ear to<< the other, well-informed brain I depth of eighteen to twenty-four inches

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', ';"t:? ; principlescanbe,e te _into law and, in.the.region of reference, and an abnormal ten to twelve inches in diameter.' Start

:,o; ;', ./ forced:'9.na.D' intelligent and-an ehteraR -, bulging out in the location tofperseverance. a fire with it wood or knots, then
:f when he hole gets thoroughly hot'and "FUM CARBON.
A"
I have of
seen one our
;:Z' --aR ..prismg cpmmunity.j' legislators' constituents wander and there are plenty of coals, shove in large '
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J, *" 'Theagcicultarist\may-toil and write up wood and keep hot. "I burned out
; .'! down.aT fence row all day hoping to finda l stumps! .BISULPHIDE."The .
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,' : {., ;., ';and, extol',the' opd qualities ,and'position crack large enough'. to squeeze his,bacon. and trees on five acres the past season on

i of many' ,kinds of .liniments i :and low, flat land, with only four days hired best remedy every respect for kill/ag=
through to saw the. and grain insects is Bi-sulphide of' Carbon., fi
help logs, got it
it,8 my crops
razorback liis head
advertise andspend ; sets
:1 ," cities: and towns. may planted as.earlyaa the rains would cheap effectual and' easy to apply.-A1 I z..
t upon: doing a thing, nothing'on.rth will per- sta. Bulletin O1.
induce toA
r; :1 money to people mit. Your truly Send for free illustrated
stop or hinder him unless he runs I pamphlet. It is interestingr. -
J't' 'the Stat,-but so" long as such, unjustand'discriminating : a. load of buck-shot. upagainst W. H.. EeaP.. .readable and. will save you money.
EDWARD R.TAYLOR,
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Cleveland Ohio.
: l laws stand on our The razorback is not indolent; he never Mulat! Fla., Less than joo-lb. lots supplied by S. G. Searing '

statute, books, Florida will remain stands around with his hands in his pockets ,Jacksonville Fla. ,
Large numbers of blooded J .bulls havebeenpurchased ,
nothing but a winter resort, for, those: but earnestly endeavors, to."improveeach : not only by'ranchmen
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hour.
who .hae.nioney. "to spend at high- shining ,but.afeo by the farmers in all the lead-
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He is fleeter of foot than a deer. In
4 ..pr1C edlote1sand resorts, and a State, the words of the poet, Scott, ing cattle, growing sections of Texas. THE STANDARD

4 rich in, all that' makes life desirable, 1 This.will 'cause a.marked improvement >ARTS GREEN
f' "A foot more.light, a step more true, in'the quality of Texas, beef, and will also
,where it is wilderness :
will'remain' to-day a DUSTER..
,
r ; : Ne'er from ihe heath-flower brushed the prove a great benefit to'the, live stock

Ji' ,. under the, usurped control of ;.dew. owners., In this case, improvement in .
"fewCati1e-.men.. stock will benefit both the
.
a ; producers.
razorback is two
The of varietiesmaleand
,: ..Are' the':'people willing it shall so female.: and the consumers. It is' a good move One man can dust an acre of tobac' o .

stand? .We'shall see.Florida Agri-. -, To the farmer:whose instincts naturallyturn : for.all concerned.The plants in'an hour, thereby s saving hou

i 'culturist. Epitomist says if the farm is ever and even days of tedious hand-pickin ,.
hogward.1 would say:' Shun the razorback to stand equal to the factory, the bank, Price. $5.00; '.with this paper' one year
'
J J as' you 'would the deadly Upas the railroad, the counting-room and the $0.50. Address the editor, box 524,

', ,Uow..welaIseEarly Cabbage.. tree, or the "new woman." For the heartof law office i in public' affairs, it will be Jacksonville, Fla. .
razorback is not bound by the' ties ,
when the farmer exalts his profession .
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of home. Testimonial.
wt -'Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: not only by mastering it in all of its details -I
: seed Is. in and Firmly ,believing in divine right of ,
yf The_ sown June July but by that wider intellectual culture -
and ,he is Yours of the 21St duly to hand and
hogs, that "monarch of all he ,
.: which will enable] him understand
of to
.under a' light.fram'e. pine poles, supported ". ,
the optimistic razorback will in reply I beg to say I am well
of surveys statecraft in its best and become very
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by posts four feet, high. Alight bid adieu to "friends and kindred dear "
the of the pleased with the performance of the ,
'peer most advanced
.t f the seed bed is made and wander off into the world >
r ,covering: great to "
r statesmen of the period in which he "Paris Green Duster. -I used it on
..# /of the stalks of ,dog fennel.. The object seek his fortune among the busy hauntsof lives. '
tobacco and it did work.
good
men. The chances arA that he will my
is 'shade the
to partially ,plants The advance in the price of wheat
Yours
never return to gladden the heart of ,hisparents. etc.,
;from the ,sun from ((9 a. m., Jill 3 p. over that of .a year ago and the increasein 'v. H. HEATH '

4 ,The seed bed is raised inch. the and its extra will ,
yield
m. an or The razorback is celebrated for longevity quality, Nashua Fla. '
.\ more above the.level of the surface of I ,for one has never been known to diea amount to. one hundred and fifty million July 2397..

t"the'grQund.. No trouble is experiehcr- : natural death. Whenever I see a vet- dollars. The'price has gone up while
the wheat was in the hands of the farm
eran razorback,that has long outlived his
::a ed in getting,: the seed to germinate, usefulness, making no preparation for ere-in fact, before it was harvested..'The
-
.:;' but sometimes nearly, or quite all, OflI death and taking no thought of the morrow cry cannot be made that the farmer does lorida!

the young; plants, are lulled by very I ; one that "runs about the braes" not get the advantage this time, neither 'Lands .

hot *' weather his can it be said that the price of wheat ,t ..
Jr very.dry or by very and plunges sharpened proboscis ': .
I to the" cool depths of the farmer's and silver travel on the same lines. As
-X heavy storms. Then water when nec- early Oranges ( -
water-melons; as gay and. li ht-hearted wheat has gone'up, silver has gone ,. (;\ '

.: essaryand weed out the grass, and as ,when, in life's young morning he first down, until'the ;commercial,value of the I

cultivate with the fingers'unti\ a goods left the home of his pighood and, full of silver In a United States dollar has'a : Rcortsf\i -

c "season" arrives in ,August orSep hope and mange, went out to seek his market value of but forty-three cents, :'

tember, when theyare; in the field.Some livelihood; one whose eye sparkles as while wheat is.creeping up ,towards the [nvestments, ,;' ,

..g of ,the first early cabbage ,was brightly, and whose laugh ,IS as gay and century mark. i '"
cheerful when he still "in the Statistics disclose the fact that the !
as was
sold here:Npv 2910, 1896, at $8 per ;:Developments "'_ t ; .
morn and liquid dew of youth; when I United States consumes annually about .
,too., Our\cabbage will always.sell at see such a hog I am forcibly reminded of 610,000,000 pounds of wool, or about nine "

quite an advance in price over northern Tennyson's lines, pounds per capita of population. And [ Attractions "'*

: 'cabbage shipped here. .' while it is shown that the consumptionof :
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r. "Men and Address, c '
may come, men may go, ;, ,
: M. CHESEBRO wool is steadily increasing, it is also'made : "
But I on forever. -t>
go : :
G. D. ACKERLY
to appear that 'there is a steady !..
r; -- Plum _rs.Fla., Sept. 20,1897: of such'a is in the home and '
The death hog regretted shrinkage supply' that CCNCRiL PASSCNCCR AGENT, .:;' '
i thosewho chance the flocks of are x ,
only'by may to eat apiece American sheep rapidly '' ,
The Stiingfellow, Method.In of him under the nom-de-plume of'pork. decreasing. Under the Dingley Tariff THE TROPICAL. 'TRUNK LINE, -.' :I t .

looking over,some of my-oid Ru 'al- .", .Texas ought 'to change this state of af .JACKSONVIUI.FLORIDA. ,;': -

ista I find,this "WiUsomepf the The Bible tells us how Christ got rid I ,fairs. 1'

i readers. give their ex in :the of ,about two thousand razorbacKS avery i The neglect of small things by manyfarmers

Stringfellow,method of planting:trees?" ingenious;way-would that hewere: is seriously detrimental to their If-the hens are slow to wean the chicks

I havebeen; practicing his method ever I here among us now t incomes, as; for instance, hens chicks, take them away, as they.crowd the young .

since he started and,it is ahead of the old I .As he arrived "at the country of the and eggs. A hen is a small thing, and ones. 'at night when confined in a box. '

way;',Three years ago last winter I plant Gadarenes,which is over against Galilee," yet given chance, will pay the farmer Don't let the chicks roosf witb the old '

two rows: of pear treesrXeConte, Smith: he meta man whose name was Legion, 00 per:cent dividend on the investmentin fowls until at J least three months old'.

t ,Idaho and Garber. They came in the for: ho was..afflicted with ,many devils. eggs, and duplicate herself about fifteen Their breastbones are tender and :will' ,

'usual way from the nursery, with thf exception And Jesus commanded the unclean times in chicks; and this alone, will become crooked if permitted to sit on the 1Ot' .'=
R4 of one, a Smith pear, which had spirits t&tome out of the man. But they retain her market value in all the martsof roost. "

'au the, roots ',cut down to one' and, one- looked around and! soon recognized a trade, bere.good eating is in de the cockerels to -
As begin
soon as crow ='s
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,half i inches long,'and the bark peeled to congenial habitation in a droveof razorbacks mand. ,
them from the pnll tB.
itI the I had to the that, Are "feeding on the side of r separate They
body;; cut roots close to w If young broods are cooped for the first will thrive better and besides tbby z-. '
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; the body of the tree and then cut'the top the mountain," and besought Christ to month it gives the chick two chances to quire different feed. tDarwin's

'to nine inches of'the, ground,. leaving It permit, them; to enter into the swine. reach maturity! where it would have but
# .. nothing'but a cutting: .That tree is.now Of course this was 'a most desirable if running about while and theory of the euryival-of the

i' the largest of all' the sixteen trees, and place for them to be,-so Christ gave them !'ender.one young fittest does not apply to domesticated. =

bore forty threo pears.-: .l The, other Smith' leave.to go,:which they did. Here they I animals. A scrub cow or razor back

I':'r. *: tree bore only;four: pears and is much made themselves at'home, 'and were aa ] it'hen'nests you a dollar a year, that hog has twice the endurance of a;Jersey .;'

4;"-t:, .. 'smaller.. :' The rest of. 'the trees, :.with the, cheerful and: contented as they could be :is'enough to expect, as a steady thing or a Berkshire. '" ,r.' ':
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Ai h(erin';the:;PalatkaAdvertiser =In; Dress.: select of their 'volition similar fruit '
Economy and
,. : ... usually/ own an apple, pear, or' .
,, advises: co-peraiivertpbaccp": :farrps.farmers .. For- our_Rural Home.. ii conducive,to the: condition' we make the best school luncheon.. Thin= '-;, ;_" ..
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st: :XTS" 's91;seldom:succeed;in any ,cb: : It: s;said. that a.woman' may'feel! describe as brain exhaustion to .an slices of brown: bread, lightly buttered;,' :.':. .

> r: '.operative;scheme, that. thisadvice, ; 'is;:of well dressed in.the plainest dressesif adult The- loads best calculated; to' and spread with stoned dates or raisins ,.. --,-

;r"' ;doubtful nature. ,I'!' she,has nice; foot,gear and well fit buildup and: nourish: the brain are. make delicious sandwich There ;"

k .., A-Tallahassee man',who! milks seven too gloves.: "', those' containing a 'large amount ofoT is'one frequent' accompaniment the : -.r '. -. .; 'Y"""

{ k icowsllastsmonth: ; sold8z34'pounds: ofbutter Neat stockings are indeed'very'essentiaL protein and albumen, 'rather than school lunch that we'ought ,to object'. .: _. '.: :, ::;:".

a l ,fo $33,;'and;had_air;>the butter. They must be just right if the fats and Jaf..formeri.Vhen childrenlive to very strongly, arid,that t is pickles. ;: :, -_:.. '
.. ".<,.;* "*" a, family.pf nine, persons could! .*use shoes artto! fitperfeclty. largely on :vegetables, white bread, Keep them :Out of the children's dietary -., '. :>-

s'"This is jat' the :rate or 4.72 percowTprprieof Those/ _6f good length should be pastry, and cake, they are likely to be altogether; it is time .to. acquire .; ';:. ; : -

;'t; : :the poorest .butteS:: months : purchased allow for shrinkage and in a ,chronic state of brain fatigue, taste for highly seasoned foods when. ,:::.<1-'
.. .of'the year .at the rate of about which bears the appearanceof stupid are' older. -. ,- r
,- pr : to'give the foot .plenty of room.. :If they '
-,. ..iir- "" $ per:annum. .. .short the toes will! punch holes.in them ity. It may,.also, be noted that poorly To walk to and from school is a great e -

[i:& :;We sawihe -first::bale of Cuba' cigar and the .heels will,:wear* out m.ore nourished'children are irritable', and advantage, unless far enough to be too ._ ; '

'. ,tobacco: put, ,up' by Mr. Tessley !in readily If they cannot be drawn up more liable to fits of naughtiness Than fatiguing; the children. need'plenty of ;:. :... -D
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:; < :iMariatee.. 'This is alF; cured at home well. over theheel -the foot. those properly led. Dr. .Stiri y,Hall fresh' air On their return in the afternoon .: ,. '

",. .if"ai.d. 'ready for ;Manufacturing intocigars Black 'stockings- are .always tobepreferrecWor declares;that'whateveribegets the best they should_always beemployedan } : '

_.' ; The leaves l .';re packed into : general wear, and especially physiological conditi rls:will 'produce hour or'two inactive exercise outdoors : "..
k.f. ( the best moral character :ancLhowever before to .:: :". .
they begin
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:' j 'hands//our hands make a ?Juridle, are they suitable fOf'su.mmer preparelessons :
of. -
..:: .; ':and'one hundred.pounds; Qf'bundles when wearing Oxfordties. far-fetched this may' sound,: we. can; for another day. If proper: :.; : '

g :' ?'make a,b le. Cuba made bark string Those persons who are on their (eeta'good undoubtedly, feed for character as well care be taken as regards both food and-' .

-:. .is:,used.to tie, up t bundles: 'and:the deal will find practical benefit as for health., exercise, school life should injure ncr '.':t< --''' ; .
heel No, let us see what the.children are healthy child,.and it gives the opportunity ,,; "", '
: .bales, are.: completely cq ered.with.a from wearing he little kid} protectors I ; ; .
.. r Y :.peculiar t :kind-bf bark,. long: and;wide,' which area made in both tan likely to eat. Pie,' "cake, cookies and to establish\ regular and healthful <-'fj>. "-, :, .
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.; of ;:and! .. this too s. securely l tied,with, and black and are .held in 'place,by crackers contain, at the 'utmost, not habits, which will be of great value ; .;',.

.y :another ,twisteCuban bark rope and elastic tape ,passing ;up over the foot. more than six or seven' per cent' p( in' after life.-Rural New Yorkerf'. ; : ;.. .'::--

:.5 ',when'done.makes a;'pretty, but 'rather Wearing'them the heel of the stocking protein, and there is the; possibility ,4 ;."", f>?-'-: ,
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,' '.peculiar. bale.-: Manatee .Advocate.. is.the lastplac6so.wear: : 'out. that all of this small amount is not .Children's. Teeth in Florida.. ..,'. a7,...:" .
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.W.- .W; ,h., Decker made a shipment Black stockings with white toes and available in digesti n. Such vegetables Every one knows that Florida is .< ;.. ',f'. : '
t. woolen, with 'toes as beets-cabbage: corn, celery; lettuce, the teeth. and ; ... .: .
and ;
f: Jqf; sp .rigethis week* This; in itself, heels, ones gray. hard on They decay '
:" !* nothing. remarkable for Mr, Decker .and heels:wear best generally. potatoes, tomatoes and squash, contain crumble ,away ,much' more rapidly ). "': -

...if, .A is"shipping\ : 'sponge'roost: of the time Of'course, every little break should on an. average' not more than 1.5 than should be expected of 'them and ';

". "\... 'On-.Sunday, however, he consigned to be.darned; promptly, and when it becomes per cent of brain' nourishment. Beef before we,realize the fact, they have;, '

> \V. :'B:, 'Burk: & Co., of Philadelphia, necessary to lay, them aside; contains 29.7 'per cent of protein ; become mere shells. This is, especi ,. '

.1 i, ,:306 bales'of'sponge, weighing 21,318 they may be cut :to :fit some, smaller chicken, 19.2; rolled, oats 16; wheat' ally so where children are concernedand

'};: ;pounds, and occupying! :the ,better member of the 'family, 'or given to flour, 12;; Graham flour, 14. It is not is entirely due to .the. absence of -:.y

:, part of;two cars. The figures are what some poor' woman for,that purpose. to.'be understood by this that the.,child :lime,in.our drinking water. Lime be-'. -" .' '. .

t. :o.-will.impress.: everyone, for. not only Last, but"not least, is the care to be is to, be fed entirely on food rich in! ing essential to the formation 'and '::'." '

-lJ this the largest 'shipment .ever, made used in washing; .for: if this is not proteids, because a varieddiet is ma- preservation of teeth, it is readily.unr.. .r.;, .

'l ; fr Tarpon; .Springs, but,.establishes properly done, the best colors may be teralto well-being; but it must be understood derstood that its lack means a deterioration ,

', ..' :record: for individual shipments in made to fade. .that excessive bulk of starchy of the teeth,. and 'parents can-. :;,:= F

13 ,t. ;the State of Florida.. :-West. 'Coast'Truth. 'Bran water: and good soap are re- foods can never take.the place of r. nerve not too soon rouse themselves to. they\. ..A. ,J '" '
"' commended the best wash for black and brain nutrients.A far ;
J as necessity remedying as as possible 0, .
The 'bran .is .into good breakfast is, of course, .thefirst this The and' "> ': -
a lack. ,
stockings. put 'simplest : ,
The gins of F. Dutton & ;
cotton. H. : I .
necessity for a child going to .:t ,.
;Co:i.h.av'.started up in full force, with.some75.6180 muslin bag and: shaken about in hot school. In breakfast is best mode, is the lime 'water which -
:% hands employed.. They water till it lathers. many cases, should be given.regularly, either in. : ,;
) :1 in this is hurried by late rising on the part of '
Quick washing necessary milk or the ordinary drinking water. .
': (are1" now. turning out on an average .
.: after the soiled parts have been well the children; they have no time for a Five cents will buy at the. drug store : .:. ;:
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: about ; bales a ,day. The ,
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ot
: ': ?5 30. quiet meal, and'suffer' from both insufficient :
a:'. ;State.trade,has ,begun in carload 'and rubbed with pure soap. Ivory'soap is and masticatedfood. enough to last along time, or it, can .r'*<

', sack'-lots. Prices stand at about 3 excellent, as.it is free from alkali imperfectly be made at home; and a spoonful put::..:_ -1' ." .
It is the that
frequently case
rinsed in water and : ;; ; .
They-are warm into the children's drinking water, : ;
Cotton -is "
: coming :
,. cents, per pound. little :
the child takes besides a dish of
.y' dried quickly quite clean and the will a pain as well as : .
-a :inrpretty'freely.; Saturday was ,busy are cereal swal save many many: t- .
some preparation, hastily : .
for: 'them. 'They bought aboutojooo'.pbunds colors clear. a dentist's bill.-Orlando Star.vBefore ,:, .:.
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r : -day .
lowed. Such food excellent in itself
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of seed cotton ,all told It is a good 'idea to buy a box of .. .' .., ,
-.kj .LJ ; ; is often imperfectly digested, becauseof : ,'
5.. 'andwith\yhat they'had on.hand, now stockings ata'time: getting wholesalerates -.c '
;: "", saving enough to/enable one to the hasty manner in which it is Dr. Walker came to Florida'. :
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> :Jiave.about 50,000 or 75000; pounds the best which is the eaten. If the children cannot be from Manitoba, he advertised in the .' '
assuredly
.M ,G. Robinson buy ,
V the. groundV. and frequent taught to eat slowly in any other way, Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower.for .,, '. ,
obviating -
cheapest
4: 'who) 'has" charge.6f this.department,, any way, : .
they should be compelled to eat a land, he being a subscriber to the :<.:. :
: ,,: oi 'that:cotton is coming: in freely, purchase. '
says FleeCe.lined, be worn in winter slice of bread and butter with the cereal paper. He received plentY'of answers y ;'.-
"' f '''and.js p| ,:good ,quality;. (Gainesville by most'persons may whose ,feet are made If milk be used 'as'.a beverage, and from some- sections pf the :"

.:,'if1'.,.Sun.Messrs. tender by. wearing'woolen, but if theseare it should be swallowed slowly ; when State they were so profuse that he -. J

; ?; I..N.;"Steele and Jim Karns uncomfortable, cotton or Lisle drank hurridly or in 'large* \j gulps A the came to' the conclusion that such 2- ,
-fiVretufnedtMbnday from Tampa: hav- digestion of the fluid is much impaired would be the avoid .
1 thread will have,to be worn,,that-is, of places ones to as --''
:gSlng .been, over' to sell their tobacco course, if :the wearer is a woman of Childrenneed: plenty'of, sleep, and nearly everybody seemed anxious to ?
;?' vThey.carried 'their crop<< of sixteen hundred ordinary means who cannot afford silk they are not likely to rise early .if allowed sell out and get away-this was shortly ;: "

'.: ... = ;"pounds! tby'wagon, and 'realized o esWhich,: if "sheer," may be comfortably to stay up as long 'as ;the other after the great freeze. So he deemed, .:"

: 4. ;;./jthirtjr:jcents per pound for the entire worn underneath.the woolen; members of the family. Send them it best', to go to a section of Florida __ .
:
:: .;* :Including; suckers .and all Mr.i A caution regard to woolen bicycle early to bed, serve breakfast punctually where there were'not. so many people' >

i 7 Steele I ;saysthat'he,had !in.the lot, four stockings may be timely. They i and see that they get a good who: wanted to get away, and came to -=' ;

i-: /;.; hupdred pounds. for:which the buyers should'never be darned with ,woolen ,meal. The hurry in starting, when Putnamcounty. Dr "Walker, .owneda :.. ..

;]:_; ? 'told;him i .that. they would l gladly pay yarn, as it will .shrink and leave an time .is short; injures the child, if there valuableJlome'.with a large tract of. .

'i .t 3.'f .v e .ty lye.cents per pound for allldgetlike.it M. M. be'any disposition to nervous trouble.If .- landjn Manitoba, and had a largemedical :
unsightly pucker. .
7t; they; Mr. Steele ,is ... the children take a lunch to practice but the dread dui- -

,{; ';ifflwe.firraly: .convinced .than v'er' thatjirte7is '1' school, "should be'varied.in material ease,. consumption is very prevalent :

; 'good: money i in 'growing. to- In the hool''and Out.> from day to dayand, if.:the child be in .that cold 'country 7 and_ he .discovered : "- ". .

:";' ?7s-"bsicc0: ;:but He says. ..his, 'advice to all : :School, days are. here again, and languid in appetite,' the lunch,is 'more ,.incipient signs of ,the malady in' ;" "

-: < ,wpulCbe! : .\o.plant! a smaller acreage proper.care of the school:gomg tchild- enjoyed when its.contents are unknown several of his family:. -Hethen decided .; .: '.

.. i 'aadl cake peciarcarebf-it; ,: ,thus makliw ren is very necessary; Few ,,children .until opened. An abundance. of;thin to'move eta Florida as a hygienic- -:;':

,,;.;. ;: :as_much as possible of high grade 1 'would break down from excessive study; piled l paper should'be kept at hand for measure for the benefit of his family] ; 4 :;;a:M1 .
-- :ia; ',-- -pper *hlch';'wilt I ?always. commandCourier. if the'home hygiene 'this the materials '-
; were properly: attended wrapping keeps Huntington}item in Florida Philoso-+f E y 7. .

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but my recovery Was brought about;in .anther the hu :
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the professor;'."I studied .too'hard'when natural. ,:>
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entered;the*ministry, and aceepte&theduuge'pt cents'a box,or six: ( ; : :;*t ':,": ;

a United Brethren"iChuach' at are never sold in ) = .
a small'place in Kent County, Micb.. e. addressing Dr., W ',' .: ..: r .

?ing;;of:ail:>ambitious ,nature;..I ,applied! pany'Schenectady ,,: ".
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quite a goodly.numberof'farm'journals :.ed." 'In ., :.;,' '"-"" .' ,'

: ,>a i constantTreiteration thee,.deplorable'eouditlori'of : government is I .?:_,' : t "- .
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!' r tlie;fiumer,,,withvtbo; :added'Statement monthly. lInn
v that;;:mortgagee:r are' piling higher'.,and are now;'employed that ': .f :;. ; '-

"! :i ;higher on tbe.farm* ;';...and"the,cry goes out Never in the hlS > -' .,:--.'- ;";;.;;'" '..'....
4 = Where are the: good ':times theMo? a dollar:; buy so '. .'"1't-' ;", ,,;... }, '

." Kinieyadministrauon I ) _''promised us.?.* of life as now. ., ':-\ : f-?

While thoR r 1i8t18 not partisan paper -. ral products are '. .:.'
it does want to see the' adminifrtratiou ;':/.ok. ;
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and the pine apple obliga- . ::f4
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.t such times'as existed before abolition ist'are p : ':".::: :: : .

( 'protective' tariff by the:recent ad'mlnifitratlon more reasonable ',:: .:.; :>-

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'' --- '' .... ; ", ;.'>,1fH":w1 .'J.,' ,. a i I The i atehir. Department 'Agricuiturewill':have '.
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.' .i.. '. ... .:Pie oncof : jBecauseJhe consumenofoui-:; : .
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: ''';. .t' <;r--: -t'f" ; }ther.largest cultivators! j tag oil Ujis the
iV oJ .Ie ; '; eye part'of plant ,business fruits and :
.. t ;;\ .: ,.::..,.> ,';- :A aWkdy' f .perptihliabed,.. ..st,i6Ysimt of thelatrus\ tribinAustralia : I' "vegetables were'also sirs _
. y: ", : : : ... ,. pianouacedd ; as.. well .as jhe noxious insects '
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' .. .. --. ,' :' .1'" ,..,..". ... : ing from "hard times "' "
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: I buy
: our
products
-. ,:.I ..: ..'k;!:,.:.:.' -, '. ;t..>.. ;. \ tByr. SUBSCRIPTION. ,: failure.-, Several .Queensland l growers encouragement to the'various insect with freight and 'commlSSionaddecL,. '

'. : .... ... ....* / I ..1".,... of ; orange have written simj j :
r ;!-: WOro.. y. ;.i..i. .! "" : me in; pests than stunted and sickly trees. The 'demand "
.a' .f' "10i ;; '. .WOf* -. .. -- | ila :jabguage.! At' first the being limited, with,. a? '
,. : ; ... : ItuCJuBU4., t.! !** t.*" _::!i..1.01. ; : : ; tree ,on : i ,. ;;'
large unbotightsnrplus\ '
.c; j : Co&tttnc: .. ,. I *''of: our prpdiftiC .
; In Porac& *: .i. -.SJIO. lemon ?> :;citron: commences to dieback Lime ;
",'> ', vs ;:" : 'in. '..;.n'L for Agricultural Uses. went for a paerc.pittance-at teurkt .
-.uft1.-p.6.I. chin
{ 1I'IUII au cases it :
4' F.J ; ; ; ,..and continues to do so until.it .
'E. ..t ::"' ,) : adreace. 'No discount allowed on ones reaches'the Limt.is/ar 'too much neglected by the producer.. *

';:; "---..... :.'.t':;.'>,-::",y,. tj"'-.._'' :.'.' '#-'' jwn ub oii. =(except" in a club_ ), burro' On suitable! junction stocksUnder with the stock. Florida farmers. The almost complete .But times -are changing, confer !
'-, ""' favorable l
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't -*; :,' ,aw trll Mftflte Cftft" conimissto" will absence of it from the soil and water in is returning, our financial &. :
: regarding policy
ra: %** Ar, : be allowed on all subscriptions obtainedby circumstances, soil, and :-. ;
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:p. *, .. .. *.- '.,'i4-. -* 'Wrltefor large areas of_the State bas'a deteriorating settled for.at least four years, and filter t"-;
..f .* .. .or'-'. ,' ... -" ( thin .. terms.. moisture,, and with good cultivation, ] i
W'. .- .. t '.... \; --1$ .: >,*.Tq every subscriber,'-new P .or' old/remit- the'a ees-will remain "vIgorous and efl'ecton'the.vitality of .the people |. wise the tariff question, and,the settle ?i
: :'.!-t" ; >'. ; :, .' and,.the-vigorof.Jive stock which! is ment is approved the business
;;; ; tingua $3.00, we.will send the paper one productive for centuries. One of the > by ink&v =F=
b:, ; -._ ,..J.: :-;' :7

) 1< : "'.', Growing m the' South for Northern: ;why tbissystem.ofJ stealthy' in the increase
r II }Its'operations.. Hundreds on labor is ;
: and grafting on the lemon : being employed : t
> ." ;'; : p Market post. ld. For two _new subscribers : : common I of'cases of inanition "
; ;, : ', :i at' |2.00..each; .we will 'send,' :and:citron: :continued is:that it is I among our rural ,- pay ,rolls lengthened, large, r
't ; -- classes
....."."'....- +0 '1''. ..;.." aS S\ oatpaid,. a copy-bf.,(.:HooreV ."Orange more.profitable:to: !the yen or to rely (who live on the' products 'pl. weekly and monthly p payments de'
, .it...; '!' I r Florida soil to a than to and .
ul"0 greater extent operatives
:,: : the_ employes. Capital h
on >er regardless of the !
numj .
: goal !
,.';:, Hates .adTertising application. ity About,' )o cent.. "take". '' city people do),.and of mysterious ail ists are again investing w industries: .
per on
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:. :: '. "' .RemittanceS should,be made by check these'stocks In' a favorable and ments .among our domestic: animals being started,. great enterprises ain {.x

,": .. : note,. order or season, could be traced l to the of for
agitated instance
postal money the trees will make twice :j deficiency as, in. Florida ;:
.j. > -(. .( fetter to order of young ,as ; liiiie.Lime,
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be
ought the ship canal the
to supplied to
: across peninsula.. > :
1:.....F.f.". --z:--i'i:. ...j / .iaRSZ14JI\ 'BRUIT GBOWXB.. much} growth (!until! they commence:j the food it'ought to;:.be supplied to the This condition of confidence that
t"'i. thee ,
;lr. }, .".. ::..: .' Jaoksonvtle'c4 to.bear) as orange 'grafted on, its I'drinking Water
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: leads
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..;(4.:J-.. ,. .........- ,.'' -tf .; ., own stock,, which, of .course, is a bet to investment and improvement( :
;;;; l" t: ":.r' ... "ddirraNts.. ter recommendation in the .I h: It is comparatively;easy to furnish jt t the establishment 01| new' indus : .:
r- T -. '. eyes of thinnocent ttries
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),' ( ?.1 to the soil and thence .
ta the foodprodI of itself,-could benefit increasing :
.; -#'-. ill., ";r' ,>-- .' > purchaser On "t the 'other' us: : ,
'srI:: ':. : 0;<" 5;;"" ", ','Honey,and Bee-Keeplog. Sunflower Salad .. hand in: ,and :;!'I i ,An abundance of it is procura-- ,a demand for our products. 'But '

: :. ..."'f J(' ''-" 1c",/<, '.....!f.,,..' ,c..; "-'otl' ..,4**."".*f*.w. V::M..4j4 ff.. ..' **....*.".,<...* OJD orange, itself budding the grafting is,on'ire tjie :I tits in the form of shell-lime, and. i in when our"confidence. is ;J further :c:,
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) ,: ." ''Caovs'.xDoacaias. =The.,. rugeGr fti percentage many sections stone-lime is not difficult strengthened by the
I protective.dtities iL
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.::'k, ....:.. ,..;. .. ;1. V ">. t. .Industry. .. .In PIorlds'Weet'Cout;, .,tetters... : '..- quentlynot. that obtained on .a I obtain. The' latter is worth a.. on foreign fruits and vegetables
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l'; .. ,:" '- .. : '1 'J', v.. .,.,,. .I I lemon stock; and the growth until ful ,' we +
.".: ?t'\..' 'r .': ::' x';' o.:3.: n !" "Protecting"!" !"".. .V.I. ItestaJlishedJn the j 1 I good deal. l:,more pound for pound, of f I may well and wisely reach out for .a; .
is slow
:; ? ground
; : Notc.oil! the,:Orange; orange : '
; ,' >' : r course but. should hesitate share of the
nobody
'j .' ': ..... .... the toI prosperity that.,,has_ come
'') oi- : .Ili; ,," .Tretl, From Cold........-.. .. ,11 628folding roots being furnished with a mass '
-.- \t !:"; :' :\.jt :' .: Up the Sprouts;;{Southern: "Flowers of fibres This great disparity, ,; apply is' shell, -lime freely. if no other form( to many, and .i is, sure to come to us: -:

,S'." s ; : ''Y.1 ':,,' ". ,'.. In Northern Market;rhehlek _i loaned growth arises from the stock readily.available. The farmer, can no longer complain v.

-;: F y..f.f ..." .:,,.-::;' Japan Plum"MexicanOrangt, ;;' : Worm, ;. ing The .scion i with supply or J less I L Stone lime unslaked or caustic lime of discriminative duties or lack ..of.recognition 1:
a,
> f S\,! .,);;"' Profits of RDb.rJ : ................6'29 amount. of nourishment, greater than it/would,, is worth' a considerable more than air by our tariff makers .With K

,;/;;} .y s.r'-.> .ToBACCO-Tobacc6CultiTatlon..4-i.,629: receive"from its natural root and\ .flaked lime, nd'this is true, not only 'a,duty of '3 cts-on coffee, 25 cts. per = -

: ... .. ? ,Plorida'iTobaccoPair630: consequently of equal ,bulks but' of .equal 'weights bus. on cts. bus ,
., ;..,.Ii- '. [, .. :" producing less I potatoes, 40 per ,pn
: .. .i'$ ,..., .. PLRYSA :g"Plants- more or I The caustic lime, slaked and I Ia onions '
: : : TjtuczEU-Sblpplig } applied 5 cts. per doz. on eggs, 7 $:ts.

":...,,", ;t, "'f J:,"f..4,'("if.t\" .>'"-', ,'',..- .t eed.' Beds;-SonridStockLaw.1.' .."....'...... b so. vigorous weak-growing; growth i 'variety; :and is' farther worked, if I to the :'soil, .liberates, more plantfoodithan per cubic ft.. on'pineapples, ;and about: -

;. ,;:7- ..J, : .,' How. W e Raise!taTtJ: Wbbage; ,Tne Florida" stock that is, : on a would: an.. ,equal' weight too
1: F. w'" .i/...,, ...rZ'.., Razorback. ; Getting Rid of Stoops;.Farm.Visif : vigorous, a strong -at least such is the Florida '
farmer
,, .1<$ our not be able to OCcupy
.... personal -
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: :--.-. ;;... ,",.;t' '''f' '" '. : 0-', .\ ..ltenl. .... ,"''' '''''.''''.. !\......,.......,.. ..631 growth may be induced in thirst i instance f observation.The the markets
,. '.""- :../fjij -, .. .but in such cases in as against Bermuda onions
Ovii a disparity
+ ., RuaAL, HOME-Economy In 'Dr ll'Iu' I .
"a : "\ '\.k"'J Chemists tell us' that, of two and and fruits from other '
.. '. .:: : 'r' School end OutjChlldrens'Tectb'in.Flor- the rate'of increase in the'size of Jhestems potatoes,

; .-...' .a"h""\ ', :4'J-,.. f. Ida...iH..........-l.i.. .-...-.H..al.....632STATE 'checks.the free circulation of the I equal 'weights' of lime, the caustic countries ?
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1"';,':: ':: .f r,. ...">.? NEWS .<,...........>. <'s: sap at'the'point of.' juncture, and thtree. e air worth, say $4.00 and the And every product of the\ .l ortherii.
slaked
:'c: 'Pesslmlam $3.00. But for. agricultural farmer is:: ;also well protected: against
': :
; {\ : : Camphor Growing aa a Florida. ultimately becomes stunted. Too .
... Industry ( ... ........ uses we think the caustic article products from Mexico Canada and'
:.;: :- ; Souring Milk. .i.. : 633 great a disparity, i in the nature of the I ;
E.;\ !- it:ft. '''', EDITOBuLerlodt': of Orange- Trees stock and would be worth relatively: even more' the:world: This will make good times '
". .... : : graft should always ,be
., .if......;...,;;.;,.-;!,'t, ..i' 'I"Worked on Lemon;Lime{Agricultural. avoided if t Prof. H. J. Wheeler, in his valuableBulletin with him and he will be able to,buy

'><. '':." ': ; ..4;:. :i.'"Sr:r... .,', aeIEetterTim,;- I Ahead....,._.....' ...... 63'4Markets is. wished. a for steady When permanent' the nature growth of No. 46 of the Rhode Island. our fine fruits and' early vegetables

"" -f C-- :". Dplkr Wheat;Business ...... Station, that 'when
; ::" ""'" ; ; Notes. 635' the stock is 'such that the* stem increases -says 100 pounds The tobacco industry is also comingto
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.'J; 'I"L,!--: ; Weekly Crop Bulletin" ; The Americaa'PotatoSs of caustic o'r quick lime, fully water. the front as it never did.before and
.. :; ..,.':.;. "": .' ...........,. ...'..... ... .. in diameter quicker than. that -
-*., ,"- >?::.*1"'-.;' > Crop.. ,.. .. -.i..
,---=., .-ij.'ST',S'***:. ::Jr''Sr.i--1?'>,.c,'*% ,".AttractiveWomenItestta.w." ....-....-....' 6j8. the latter usually grows Air-slaked- lime also takes up some_ to Florida. The*,,proper cultivation .
< than
*i more vigorously its
f-s ** JticF'jCp* Develop Heifers State .. .. on own roo carbonic acid: and if '
Vji ). Properly; Items :! 640 but the gas exposed to of. tobacco will bring;quicker
'.5 as ', swelling increases at the
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: .'\<.; ;.:(!I:: : : \We acknowledge' the 'receipt; from junction' beyond certain limits the the air long'.enough, the 106' ,pounds. and safer money to the'people than or*

( > ; of actual lime'will,be found in a combination =: ever did.; But: a close .of
-,- x : W' l' .S>. Boteler Thompson, secretary,' of flow of sap is checked, and 'a degree 'that anges' study ,

"i "......,.Jj:: ;" 'a'cordial..invitation to.visit the. 'Florida of vigorannuahy, : decreasing is the result that there will'weigh will 178.6: pounds. ,. i its. requirements'and attention to'de-
so be
taiiswill
'"' over 7&pou(
r. >l.f tobacco' Fair tb, be held ? [ benecesaty.tt ; .
LakeGty
":''t. : : at this applies. especially to t the of useless and ; .

,<."".i,( :J.,, ?:-\.;.:...."' ,:'Wednesday and Thursday, Octo.ber ; citrus tribe. In all cases .the.hardiness It is generally weight understood bulk t":to..ha.. .b. ? olpnJ' :prosperity hw

..... :,, ,;',',; )' ': "-"' : ''':' .r". "87 and .8, ..t 8.97xi and,suitability of the,stock .i is of: great limestone :is, being made all
ordinary burned
: '.:".. .:->'":.....::. "". ; -, : .ilaferiority -- importance, not only in citrus but in ; __11'rjot.we,;Florida
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.. :' ; of the fire drives
:, ;.l...< :,$ -!' .. ., ? away the'r, ,_ in" and 'put "bur'
,," >> ; ,. .:. o Orange .Tree&'Worked all fruits.. All stocks that sucker from .. c# : ;
--' 'f i< ;.J" ; and carbonic acid i -
:: ..;! {;..\ ,: "on Le mon. below should be discarded gas. .Ater.'bunV s' d 'givetllewe
they
:..;.iif '<. At .a meeting (the Horticultualj'ii" cause ,endless "annoyance. Applesarid'plums' ing 178.6 pounds'of t e'1imesioxt e,*' bld d\pi9.sPen abif- : bjrnpxtspnfg
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'. ;ti'!. t r ,. .,'/" \: *' .Society 'of :Queensland: ,. .re reported!in if not on; proper stocks are lime have loo, pounds of causticdr/quick sending a finer and biggercop

':; \ ; r4 thet Qucenslandcr(: Mr. Alfred Wil'Jj&qt a continual.source of trouble by suck ; The ,tendency of this lime, is, f earlywegetablea: and fruits to

:tfj3." .-... 'iSrow'Pi.;' the. Green'Hill Nursery ad eyingfrom; the roots. Although this quickly. or slowly to .,unite with morp" ; no>'thernpaiketsthan we everdidbeo -:

S .l"r|;: :", "a.:paper' on the above ,subject, frowhich' m matter is fully understood by water and gas' ta' form carbonate ffoie,?: i k'tusrrlio-. ur ,faith i : fypurwotkf

f-iT! 5. .v make nurserymen lime again.: This is the form. that. we ,_our 6onfidencVby'our actions
; :we an extract below.'x' the general public are < ; -' > mostly find,in wood ashes. and eyery.ohe resolve thai he Have
Jtany of,Four readers .have,ever, made of it. Many have invested jrili
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,1.i..i- t.- :, imilaV observations : '- ; sometiHg foe export,of:jM 7 whether)
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., ... := TV ; we. should be their.capital in planting an orchard;1, :Better Times Ahead. .
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; ? : : tcr have them record 't I itie potaots'cbbseoroi'or{
.- < pleased them in but by procuring unsuitable trees or : .
our .columns.. The" ;,is tobacco or, .fruits i >.Iet )uie.I i ': b ;
.w extract as follows trees on unsuitable stocks have givenup Editor Fanner }
i ; ? .and Frult GrQwerVe .: I ;
,. ......., gros i'ihat'will.'' bri "J
', -.1-':_ -4.y> .' : the venture: in disgust without ever, \ belieye thetime.hascome.wh en I
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'i'GO'f-.. ; 1' '.In; : theEuropean# countries. ,' "where J being fully aware of the cause of 'fk3: we'can once .more go to work feeling' State.. >" '., '.. ..''. ,

:., ; _. the orange,i ',is 'grQYfD..CJil fty, ''under 'ore.' 'Oranges grafted'on, their:own an oldtime'"confidence.' in the future j : ..""' --, ", :F.::" :p: ISfCK8a1 LOOPEL i. ,' '.

:$ '! 44c :. .glass;.they leC9m en4gi'afting.on.the. stocks'are catalogued of about.threetimes : that jf, we .*.'spw we shall also reap,," rl4Ut16.' J .1:'"'"'', ,.. .. ..
.- t'y'; P "'citron and lemon, .and this practice, the, price of ,those on lemon, and if, we produce we shall also fe : )xccxoirvrLiE; it,t c 'rnoi It ,mr r.:

.: t--:., \ -wu followed .in Australia for .a.Dum. and in'our auction rooms' trees (roni.] able tpr sell our: products at lair:price s: city. irtfee.So. /,ti the. dC'iilkzand:

H.:-"(.:, ;i. .[.,i'v""" ber. of y.usuntil .it was, noticed' by Sydaey nurseries ,are often; sold to the.j Our products, have suffered an era'low of expf" esaioa' of tyejr-olbe: rvro:.:., v % _' :
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;:J 'ti-. ; t .J4 soNYAJ.E. .,'FU:0.,. : t. 1, 897PBVjT9 and tariff'reform < '
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--d ;: AND'RBODVCL. the. ;gold standard : Inmetalism.Wheat -

t i;\. : .." i bi 1( (J 'ios.. and gold are running together, as

,'.t:..i.."':.',; ..t *,," v ;:,Thete. ionvaecytete qtutition; : : 'Ertra'.choler theorists told us they ,must,- but' In different :TUE FlRS NATIONAL

(rli ':' f :s,,.lots fetch psiceubove top qnoUtloat, while poor, directions. The advance;I the A K : FLOIIIDA
.tots selllwer., i, ':. ., T off form
4 bt'ferm products irpaying
price (: ,
': j .Guavas........:......... : tJACKSONvxLLI
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", t.,"., i">,".,.1"" .,PeaLe Conte'..........". .,...,..,....,. ."... I... mortgages a rate before unknown and I I .. .. "'.
J-.3.. ... j'; .. .. ...,... .. .. ... ..J -AT .
":4 ,. iv.PN"D', u .- ""! --." .. ..........L'2S the increased demand means more acre- I .
.:;'-\i.t t; .Apples,.per;barstl.; .. .I,.... ,; ...,.......!3.00 planted means moro farm'Jabor required r13'A.Solicits ,
-r A" t PiDd. ....;....... .. "'" .,.. u....... .,...2.SO age : .- .# <
Lemons, IJesa nAi!>....!..:. <.....boz..,...;,3.$0English more farm implements, the starting '" '
< >f .. ;
\''::,i. t Pets,. dried,.........f.,..!bua"".."I-35 off morefactories to'bui1 them, the the business merchants, ,'planter and fruit. .growers '
.
."-, '.. t PouiuU'beat brand,... ... o5 mechanics! who will .
'L employment more All '
p.. r '... .. ..... accounts have attention Drafts '
: .JJ ." cabbage:. ,N.'T. .,. :.oi ,r. '.ol to' ..personal on Eng .
: of the farmers' :
:products.
Potatoes. .,. ...' ... ....bbl ...... 2.75 consume more "
i.f:. ,, .t "'h .. :;fOuI 'i.. .\.. !..!,.....:.......... !j..b l...!. .....t...!,2.SO More railroads will be required to transport }land. and, the continent bought and sold on favorable ; '

.... a Jr. :}. .:O-: ..,.aN.a ,/ .u., ...;.......-.dOSt ...........J6 the'goods. More cars and locomotives' .
'o! p .terms. .' .R., .C. COOLEY Cashier:" :-(
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an'diron .
wurbe needed and more coal :;
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1f h' VEGETABLES AND I? ULTnY. '
X .; !;1: ," Dtvii& required from our mines.' Money is JAflES M.. SCHUnACHER, ; President, V !

.. Corrected by Robinson. abundant to move the .crops and to in-

; l1 .Yellow: Yami.1.v.: :i....-......;...btuh. .,q5 vest in enterprises;that give promise of '
... ... ....... .
-: e'r 'i Sweet Potatoes.- .45to, .50HubbardKquaso }
s Q', ;.....y... ...,.,.bbl .4.50 success If prosperity has not come your G.C.RobertsonRealEstateFIRE :
"t.\' ; >C':X Lettuce, -.l".i././ _..1..:"' doz .Z$ t 0.30 way yet stop eryinjfand get ready for it. :
:: :t 'Celery.. Florida. o...}..... '."" ..... It will be there soon and possibly beforeyou f
!i.-i.: 1' ;. iSgfPUaU.i.................... ..bbl.a.atonone I
... _: ......,. are ready for it -Southern Rurali&t. "i 1
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:,..=i[ a Tomatoe*. ;? .crate..2.ooto: .2050i ;. .
.... '- ; :Sweet Pepper". su...;....__. ... ......I.oo .. .- INSURANCE ND' .
i' 1,'-( 4 Green Beans,;.,..>,.............crate-.t.SotG2 06 MeSsrs: Dodge & Cullens l ,. the well: .
.- -Pumpkin .$ to .10 HOUSE RENTING A ENCY. : ]
%, 'f.J,,' Kcnnaws, .... ...... .-........-.each, ',3 to .10 known and; popular proprietors of the ;
:', 'f .. Pantry, .....,..."perdos.bunches; ,30 New Duval hotel,':wholatelypurchased .
.,> '- ,;, 1;4,' .:Greenonlona.perdoz.buncheJ '.25 the'."Winds Hotel," which they have Hogan and Adams' Street, Jacksonville -.Fla.I : '*, i;

;:f.J >-.', *; Sage Peppefhot..bushel wellcnred .. ,.,...k'...... .lb .50.25 hadrepairedrand i ; nov.atedfro ; top to Do ;general Real Estate Business. Attention ,
< Special ;
4. ,HmI..__.. -.-..:.L -... ".25, to 30It.j.o bottom, ,adding .much to the appearanceof r. : 4
r. ; Roosters:..*., .._..u.._..__. ,20 to.25.. 'same, by: the free use of paint, whitewash -' given to exchanging Very '"
property. large
.. ,1: Half-grown...._..-,......... .... 2.to.2S 'and besides ; : 'J-i
'. w ........-.. ,; wallpapering; "laying and
'jf > Turkeys per pound,gross .12 ; some good speculations can be Had .' atj
....,.. .Ducks..;;....,,".,..-_....... 30S4 the rotunda with marble tiling and :refitting .. ': '
.Geese'-,..-.....-..<-............i.. 40 the dining-room; throughout;will : : '
s' '" .. ,Leeks ...........-.;.....per doz, bunches.RadUhes .- .IS.7.tl be prepared to entertain 500 Money to ,LEND: on, Jacksonville' Property.Only.e ., .1
guests by :.
.. ; ................. .per doiCucifmbers .30 ; -
z .. ..... ...... .. October 1st.. .-
::(f : ? ; crate '2.00 to,3.00x Oran GvoVes Timber Tracts Q' f. -
; }."t 4 1 {? Spinach. ...........i...... per bushel none ... g ; : : :
if .... .... dozen bunches '
; SaWfy. per none .
; l
.}. .. The fish,trade at-CedarRey.has assumed < '
.1 ; Cauliflower ; .M..4 ...per, bbl .' 5.00 Phosphate .
: 'jz,. Turnips,....;.,..........:......bunch.. .03 mammoth proportions, and the :topeirties.. JJ'
s ;- Florida ,.... .. .
? Honey ;pound uo -
... :: ,.a. ...... ,. .... demandis' often than the ':
f.. .:'''' New Potatoes..: : .barrel. 2.75 greater :.sup P ARM9. 'EL :PHO Jt 184 '
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p5, ", j' Squash\..' _.......'.:.....\.Cfate i.oo j -:
'":, t,#>. .', Melons .... .*.;........r. .,4,each. ,:JS ply. .
.t!. ;... 4 Cantaloupes.. .':, :.......,....,.bbl L4$1.400 :
'?1.' __. ",.. ... Lbna. Deana;. ',......-.f.. .,...........o.t' .1010.15 Fiom'.the, Br oksviUt. News-R.eg s- SITUATIONS '8EBU1D FOR 8IUDENT8. j

{, i":-" L ... ter it.seems' that.Hernando. county is .

;*' Notices. in 'very: condition her
"' j,' Business a prosperous! ':: MASS EY'S '
farmers,have made more than enough :
::' :' =t -. ---GLEN: S irNuKSBRiEs, 1898.-Geo.

V i'A\t.:,,, 17 r :'LwTaber: ,proprietor, Glen! St. Hary, Fla., corn to supply their wants, ri e..is ';;;?

; ;,: .j ;, #,.:: '. ;is i the wording! on.the front 9.overof: what, doing, well, the cane crop, is good,;'tobacco ..::,.j,.
YL3C .r' ..i1\,9Uf'" opinion.is one of the most unique "
y'f' c ,,;-'I handsome! and! .is'a success :and .ttirpentnfarms' { 4 ,. '
; ; vaJuabIe'cafalogpes that J -

V:. r.r V has_ ever been published in the SOuth .are increasing. in number. | .. j
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.:- *%, Th'ese"' nurseries; ;established fifteen' It :is just, possible, that some day a. .: '-
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.i-d i:; .. ears.aga by the. present proprietor; are Florida 'people will drink tea !,,E-.-':-' ."".

o"i'a:; ; ',.tso ,well .and favorably: known 1 i by the upon i ,-, .
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:
Jacksonville FlaMCplumiusi \
which n'o ,import duties have. been ,
.. :- horticulturists of the ;Lower ,South as to ; .

,. f Vmake:extended recommendation; by :us paid. Parties i in' Orlando ,have beenexperimenting ; ,Ga., V ':...
,
..7$J..;;:.i'. unnecessary They employ.no agents and .with tea plants and find .
,,
: '"< :further state that;:during the many;years that they -grow and flourish, from Birmingham,' Ala.., X-. .
t\:L: :':!r '. j,'hey have been shipping direct to planterstHeyjiave.neverreceived"a which mayhe'2.Ssumed that the industry t., ;, ,.
K: ; '* claim : Montgomery Ala...
.: .ti: hf ; v< for ,.,
'. t f ", Jrees untrue, to label .. would be a profitable one in THE : f OP THE, SOUTJELCHEAPEST :
GREAT SCHOOLS
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,.>>.:'z -. \ addition to the' full description of this State. ..
"'' ; r'a 800( '.varieties of fruits arid ornamentals
f Mr. Lee Spring Lake AND BEST. a
John of
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.If! :n ; listed,,there/are many page of valuable r ..
: ...
fH( .; r .cultural information j the result of prac* made seven hundred pounds of Cuba Send .for Catalogue Address "Nearest School. .

;.ttt'f. a;' -.. [i ticaly.orchard, experience-Dot! theory, leaf on.one' acre of land, and sold it .: ,.' : I. J
t' r'< '" "" The catalogue is mailed free to -appli.i cured for .. '
:: pole fifty cents a pound.' ESTABLISHED 1875., .
',t;:\i; s .J', ..cants"every.-; grower should have Three,,hundred and fifty dollars cash .
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cl- one.. JOo
?'9ii ij. \ for, .four' months' work, and good WILLIAM, A. BOURS V .
::} 'THB OoNTiNENTAL PLANT Co...Eittrell.\ .
j :... ,:{ : crops of corn, fodder, potatoes, etc.,is ,
.N.O.; offer: 'large stock .of
a strawberry
Ii: 'd;
'wf': .A p1antQtiown especially for Florida plant- very, satisfactory farming, but that'sthe .

f t"l' : #';' irig, at extremely prices.. Moneycan kind of farmers Hernando can depend Grain Garden Seeds. and Fertilizers -

... 4'_ 1'/ .-** .t,,.be.saved by sending them. a list. of'your, on all the time.-Brooksville ,.
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./, 'i!,.:: ..}.,,; .", w._... ,C't".J'} : on,front page. NewsRegister.Tom ... 88 verses'' ?. :JBA.7 T..JtOK&ONVILLB.. P.4&: :

q' 1;; ; iTirEhRTILIZU' HousK 'oy.FLOBIDA: .
yes .Lf< Wise who' has returned -
:"-t = .... :-It::was :not unadvisedly that Messrs. just '
We Handle Only the Best and Most Sellable Seeds. A Comple Stock ellHay
the
". ;; Wilson ;&, Toomer' adopted this', title. from a trip.to keys on the schooner

"' 'V in the' forefront the Wild Eagle, has an interesting *
-:' They are always story Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat
::- ,1-:.? > trade. They take, no .bad risks; ; they to tell of the manner in which a firm Grits Meal
sell for cash to men who do ''business in handles immense
at Bayview an export

\:., j.:. t ;such for.what awa: they want" they. Hence have;cash they,to sell pay on trade in palm leaves, which are' Cotton Seed Heal, Both. ,Bright and Dark.x8TATB

:a close margin(and keep ,things; moving.. extensively ,employed for decorative AGENTS FOR T PURE
GROUND'
4 in Catholic churches abroad. BONE
-!-* See theirnew.advertisementHASTINGS:: : purposes
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>-,- : ,,"&: WTUE.-On our front These'palm. to.lans are of two varieties Tysert-Hlen FeriiHier Co. j NITRATE SODA '

'"'W pajje wilTalso be found the' new card ,'6:f ; land bear little resemblance to the /

-' :this- -trustworthy 'firm .of Jnt 'lachen.' ordinary saw palmetto. They, are Star Bran, Fertilizers, Pf ,MURIATE OF POTASH
-: Their roses fine their citrus trees
are ;; arc in boxes three I
packed containing from
healthy; they will, strive'hard to 'ple se,1' : 011AJWmuw ANALYSIS.' a SULPHATE: POTASH "
--,1':' "', to thousand leaves, and are then ',;.

::;,',,;/3V. -, .Tenchicks, when'" just,.hatched,,, weigh. sent, by rail Wilmington, N. C., Orange Tree and, Vegetable KAINIT Etc,: "

:',i'- ,;; abpntone.pound. where..they,are: placed on the phosphate .FERTILIZES. ,, & ,. > ',' .
.1"'t ? 4 j- :
; k;.. : <: 'Ten flocks, each consisting of.ten. hens, and, cotton -steamers for shipment ne.lFertmsaaJsaMIIORPIIIer. 11I11tkr..A4atrla1w11. Bee. e.V. V ,,', :< '. 4
,' aro for Tribune. t, .. : "" : '..
K .. enough an acre to Europe.Tampa 'I84rer u 1J. 'd.J"-

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'.-.:-.':;.,,-;s'. .i"-t.'J',!;.WEBK.. J'.>UDING".SBPTEIIBat'J". _, ; ..... ...".: ..; .,', Trimmer.,,.' ,., .. grange: ; ;|
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heavy
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"''' :' .,; ":,'.;-.'"'.'.''.:weds: a, kveray. ) .Oy-.1- ".:;the i isrdid':considerable} damage .ing' fine.=-S.. : N .

C;/- -.; ortioeof:- :the. ..' S"'er rCaDt': ; : Jhermometer: : was.: as low as, 4Z: ; "Candier- ;' "
". aodall' '.-. everything will have be storm on .2ot ;; : \. '..
::1" Mtttoef;50 ; :Vegetsible :. The to .replanted..
iince. :
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: :-' Srtier was foo ",Duce a'q "sec Abner'Ram;? ._...L,
'-'. *tar ,.the::1Hi: tem and'iwrthterB countHi ,HildrethMorning 'of the mt a lightful lj the : : -,:;.".

.F', '' 'for.,,1 potatoes s /anoV,,tobacco..: Thecooditions ivcly ,wind,blowing and .rain;;.late in tion for fall Quickest! lost !
:: m ;::hbVeverwere'; excellent tEe: 'daylkhe weather, ;broke, 'turningcold SO Attractive! .

fe gathering cotton!; which' progressed ;; gradually turning.warmer,.and! 'is .Myers- ; R'OUTE. .. :'<.' : "

.rt;)'_. ..,f viy"satisfactorily." ., Some advices. .arc now-pleasant J ; cotton picking.is;goingohyeryjapidiyj most all: ; BETWEEN -i?:,.,,.,.,
; ._ to the:effect.that the bUlk.Of the staple : } ,peanuts'yielding a oranges are_ ;, POINTS'ANTI THE NORTH, ':..
:::. .. :' .':abe) t'
.>. tor ftUh(: central aidsoatherhr ring.corn.-: J. C. Pinkham i ., guavas : Central :and Peninsular:, .
: .bO+ ities'iii; extending: ftoeTareaof: to Lake City-Very' favorable week tions p ; -.

? DACCO;::in-,fact, i it is, .t to'sonw: 'citent, for.cotton; opening and picking i ;; corn 20th a THROUGH ROUTES.New .. ..

?:,; 'ibpefseding;vegetable l growing, farm- gathering, etc.-VV. B. Knight l ; and-sharp ._ Pennsylvania York to Jacksonville K. R. to Washrington. by!

ii era+ 'belieying'the remunerati4fl wilt be Huntington-The.storm of Monday wind. ::M. 1' Southern. Railway to.

: .* l.e.better. ... > ''In,"'a .few.... ''.:.qCthe/Boitlfcertf... :!'thd' ;* !aad Tuesday did considerable damage .Estero-- ; Line. Columbia Peninsular, Floridi.to all Central principal&;
ftewestern.t : ,; ,handled .the'weekthose Inter. I from the old trunks 'particu storm Cincinnati to Harriman Junction =
.- : during ,; came ; by Queen & Crescent
< ; '' ;estdctainitng':'the. weatthet.t too'dry.' lailywhere:: .they were laden,with fruit. rain and: Harriman Junction to Asbe- '
:: .'.-.WorJSamong-.pineapples;; and'. otherk Comparatively' .little .damage'done.to 0, F..L' .& 'em'vUle and Railway Columbia and by Florida Sou th .

'. ." fruiU i ':was'.carried'oil. ,.alongHtheiowcrpeninsula. : sprouts: where they .'started from the ':Jjupiter-1f ;; bia Central&Pensnsular-Colum to Jacksonville '

.,/:- '.. ; 'Much'larger:areas te'1'; bemg ground._Benjamin N. Bradt.. farmers are Cincinnati to Jacksonville by
h ; )plantcfd i in pineapples The I ,dtrus Orange' 'Park -The strong north. pIes :and ( ; Queen & Crescent to Chattanooga #

itfvinterest is:graduallyextending east'wind and. rain did some injury to canning"and } ,Florida, Southern Central Ify&to Penin-Ever1ette

+ .. .g :' iffjfr;itSat= section.. A few boxes of iUg r.cane'by'.causing' it to be blown grapes/guav. .. points.sular to all important"Florida. }

.. hHttcTajrc.: .'';found in localtniarkeis j; down, some being quite"covered. with : : Kansas City Fort Scott &;
xs: !$u arcane) also! ''is:to be':had.. r On'theVlL sand.:: ;'0n .the.- elsttheheaviest i "rain.falfduring .. Section ; ; City Memphis B.R.to Southern Kansas '. {
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;:': i''aigbt."of' .the twentie'tha! :moderateburlic :years, for one:da y, was recorded : 'vllle.to,Line. to Birmingham Everette, Fla. Central &
;' ,?: nnpproacbed"ih .Statc'1tom: ;'which=::was four'inches; Fall ,The ; ', Peninsular to all .Fla..points

:t 1:the southwest, striking the west coast vegetables' growing: finely.-L. 'C. ,The latest : '1St.-, Louis Short to Line Jacksonville to Du Quoin by, '

'.: j5. "dws: ;iHillsborpugh! ';county: thence Farley. of.the U n 8p'.- &' Central City, Memphis to Holly&Bp'gs I Birmingham ,. .
t'. ,:L r:*creis; the :peninsula'to utheAtlantic. Switzerland( ;The; :storm began Monday crop will be J to Birmingham,Sou .
y' ; Along\ the i mediate'traCk of storm night; more rain'.fell Monday' than last/season, K'y to Bverette and JV' C.& P. .
Sioux City & Chicago to Jacksonville
-':' Js>; :jw/Jheayy raios fell, doing! some'dam1 Tuesday;::wind, mostly north northwest a greater' 8p'g. 111. Cent.. to Holly- Y

: J tolorange treesj ne,*'tobacco' and ;;no ,serious damage done; a,'few been? ; }Sp'g. K.,, C Sou., M.U'y& D.to to Ever Birmingham '.. :

.,:% '.v etables on. lowlands.. &meoftB? orange,sprouts'broken''off, a few trees land'that the ette and the F.C.; k P.. .

w r-./"S.itati- *.reporting! heavy: rains/follow; : uprooted l. and some' fence blown would not : .Louia'illo Junction&'Nashllle F. C. & to P.RIve only',. '." -

>*'- ,Switierland.b,8r J..V 0iange. Park;1,"., : .. r *<-.r.'Huntilgtofijfs.74. ;; ,Oran' .. Cite,_ A'.{AS"; .'" 'cENTRAL' DISTRICT.- at high rp'.T.; Jacksonville.between New Orleans- and- ,,' ", _

.i % 'Orlando,?7.os. 'andtjaekaoayilte, 5:45.The .' .. Plant City-Biit little.t -.repori in C. &; P. has 700( miles rOt track 'In."' <\f' .
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damage yet reported oc- .
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the way ol.crpDsj'but; few, vegetables this .Jteatonif : ...' _" .
cu rre&at Cocoa 'Brevard. year will farming and Dairy faction., .. -':
; county x J.: >:
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.. planted; all trying to ,raise tobacco; and next Peach and Strawberry Lands, .. ...: \ -<-
.! where the estimated! loss 1 was $Io,ooo.The' shortage in''plants,will cut the crop offonehalf three times Banana and,Pineapple f 0t>nry T< "'-*!'..'*".. .
= week' was abnormally' cool with Sett. fc *
or more.-Wiley Stinson. "Bat 'M Sliver Spring and :;;'-*" .., '
tai northeasterly winds., Hundreds Other Fine .. -
Scenery ': ',
' Linden A 'wind
; severe and rainstorm
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:.'. > being rushed.- Little"corn- 'gathered and,will have .to be replanted..: Wm. 'etables aW markets.
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\'yet Cane anii'potatoes doing. well Hi Hood. FIRST ) note the towns on its route. :.
:: ;-S..W.-' Bradford.., 'Tarpon Springs The storm of the BUY A.O..MJ.ODONELL.O.P. FIa. .
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'..::1. :' ;.c ro 'short.. Cane and potatoes doing i .Buda-Heavy rain: i p. m. Monday your METHOD name Offers to Shippers ..

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a GENUINE BERMUDA ONIONrrrrriipWrREADY : : '
1 ; : l'I. '. "" ; -35 -: ", ,.horns" for. sale.. 1'rltealo. '.

:, '. -. ., ',L .,. -';:': "' .- .. ... Educated. by.'Experience,' He- Gainti'a' : ..: .C.H. JACQUES.v, ,,'
...... .. x.i'.tr.c''Y: .... ,..bk1 '.'FOR DELIVERY, .-- Reputation. Second, to None.: Island." Poultry Yards '
-=-; : :... '... ..v -.-- (J. .. ;:.9-1.8. 3, 4 ,Fernandina Fla.. : j
'" :r' a J. e:cropOhio; i "year' i(almoet'a'.feilore.:We get'conriWefably.lesa than we contractedfor '' ; 1

- ;. ; Tlw seed'is!;' also '-( < '._ Lettuce and small size Celery plants f I per .
amore teed will have to J be sown-than usoal to the"same result We regret this ,
get thousand. Plants in stock all fall BEAR HEAD",.-
t that. c t.ba"helQed. ': t' #;4, .. ,: t. FARM.'Pine Castle.Orange Co., Fla. 9-4-3 ,
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X:' ;:t ':: *7 'ft J.l.f* .: ,.* !b .. !l? 't thi$ i[ear' ,'yous..wiP'have fo use.hiS seed.j' ,,'.:' .T WENTYPIVR Rock hens J. to THOROUGHBRED. 2 years, best strains' B., only, P., j'.'>. .
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"' r 4.5:Cta 'packet; _5;cue.; u< L !25 ct .; alb. 85. 'cti| fib.|3postpaid.; :, fifty, cents each. MKSst- GOMPKRTS, y' .':,, '

'.::'. -r. .i ,lW lie"both ooloreRed, ud'iWUtii Tlie supply of there is much smaller ..''. '. 94-3 .LadyLakeFla.. :
r t : -that! of thewhiteniL i a will'substitute white. for d after red'old ,. .. .. .' ,' "
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'1'f"l $ out,'rinlesa:you insfruct us' to the contrary 'per'. FALL CATALOGUE. .of'i .,.'. .' '..
: GUdefi J\for.JailPtotogwUlb) lBent"yott free on .'- .. 4oj1oo. flue Orange'and, Pomelo.Buds! 012.4,5. '"
: { 1rS 11catlon. ,. ._ and 6 year stocks. Iwntto sell 23,000 in next-
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: :i l'}.f J'.4.. ..c: ': :.- ::a.[.G( :' ,:HASTINGS'ft! COtt"- .:' I><'. .'" .60. days, Fruitland',, by'discount.Park, Fla.'Vl:. : LAKE' "..NURSERIES 7-3i-tf.'. ...
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i J.S E1DZmEN] ,. c. K' Inteflaefeen,. .,fr .. The Hart 'Pomelo..Specially r ;:
:... _!. *. '4': :,1)r. W;T. &:Vincent;whose likeness appears ,
in this journal for the first time is to-day the recoiamended! 'bI.the nomenclature
: i most successful ape- iaUst'ln the South. lie committee: of.the State Horticultural Society. -
; WIN' !Elf;HAVEN NURSERIES.I confines ,his:-practice to the treatment of Buds $1.50 per hundred, $10.90perthQu*-.',,, ,.
5 and. BUGS. '
chronic diseases and it is said he has no.'peer PHILLIPS
"'_ ,:. '-'.. -. '1:' .; in bis chosen specialties.: Especially'does he 7-2H5 huIu
i'' 1 ;t1iek rin Stock;oC.OITBUS .TEBIS'; ,at: Reduced, trices.P .. all take other pride physicians in curing who oases have,which treated have baffled them. '

......1.,1It : No matter how long or how seriously ill you. ? Oooo. STRAWBERRY PLANTS now ready...?
I '.v 't! \/ : / ., are, give him a trial and see for yourself.' If I Choice plants,namelY; Improved Newnlns. ... .
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:; '? V.--i Parson'Brown. Ruby Amory. 'Jafla Blood. Michael- Jafia: ,' -Was: "Navels., you live. ,at a distance, send for symptomblank. Lady Seedlings Thompsons,. Tennessee, Clouds.Markets, Hofmans.and Tennessee, Rising:" ': !'
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_t 4r rdlifDancy: .King'Tangs Ua.. eaLemon& .SPECIALTIES: ': Prolific." Orders filled promptly. Packing the

:- i 1t' t'Triuit' pl :Marab SeedlThO! .&lyei Clustel l pomelos! ; : Catarrh and all'chronic diseases of f -the eye, best. Ri Puddy:, Lawtey, Fla. '.
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; : ear,nose throat;lung-/heart! ,,stomach liver :
:: .At.' : er..l. :o" [ ;{)> i ent,9ff on,600; .lots. bowels; kidneys bladder nerues, sin anct 00,000,-STRAWBURRY PL NTS-C1oud.. '
:: ;. :; .' : blood. ;.Diseases' peculiar to women, given. Newnans, and Lady Thompson!. New.
,: .: ::', .Y *AU tree are budded low on' rot5bfenion! stocks about 1} Inch diameter .Buds special attention. -" '\ rigorous plants Indian River Seealings. Write :. '

v:1.f;; ttf6 feet" high", first class* in every respect and guaranteed. true:to'name.'- Cancer and,rupture piles, are, stricturvarlcocel'ehydroceie eured without the.; use of- for prices. C.II.;Chutchill, Lawtey. ,?ta; 7-3-12 f

f 'r'7!- "fe Address, ," ..RICHARD! KLEMMrr f' ,. rHa"eni Fla., the knife. Rheumatism' surely' ..- and. permanently THIRTYTHOUSAND'NURSERY TREES in-- -

"ri..;", 4.-- j}\i\'A, :. No.charge cured...forconsuitatt: .n., Fees'atwaY8roosCnablc eluding Seedling Grapefrut 5 years old. .
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Also Han's and Valencia Late, Tange-'
r :BugsFliaetosSurreys; /Traps HarnessBo } : Special rates for mail treatment. Dancy
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F ., Dr.W.T. S. VINCENT, BJ>eCiaUst.. Tines,'Budded Grapefruit; Pineapple, Eureka -
> ;- ; : j direct from ftetory a' Waoleial PrieM. 90 percent ..,ea. Mohawk Block, corner Bay and Market Sts.JacksonYille.Fla. Lemon, and a few Seedless Grapefruit, Parson
';Gl1&raDteedtwOJean.for Illustrated' Cataloguesaowlng1 latest .,. Brown's and Enterprise. Seedless AU buds on
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'. f:r{ .;":' tyles.Prtceslnplaln figures.TesUmoaialslroaeverystate, Highest Hours-9 to 4 and 8 Grapefruit stock 5 years old* Buds grown to
13 2 to 7.to
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.; award* Exposition. The largest and stakes. Trees very fine and sure to please both'
.,' t:_ .. .' .. rU.eto-c1foUrfeCat&lolUe. ; Sundays-10 to 12 a, m, only as to duality, and price. Write 'us. ..BOWYBR.J.
f.- :,.,.L" 1'., .aJ"'tJ'fI". >!i/EC1Ut4OCO.. o2LCoal5tWCIIg1TI -PrIceO.i .3m;. &.STEPHENSLakeland.QMOOTH Fla. .

:..',.f".,, ..i;. '- f',''t.,... .. .. Feed the cockerels 'for flesh, bone, and .
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**ferf-&- <''"*-' !! ->.' :is* ;; DR cJ% I.P:: F #thusro! $ muscle.. Feed,the pullets for.;your':next ". Abbaka CAYENNE and Golden,CHARLOTTE Pineapple ROTHS-

;,?<':. : YZ: '?: t :'. .. winter's layers. child, or sale Modelo. Park Queen; Quality y
: unsurpassed. Address ORLANDO GRAPE
t :It,is not best to have too. many nests: 5t FRUIT CO.,C. Vannoutea. Orlando, Fla. -_
: UpntaIf ; I Parlors.1 dozen, hens ,can get ;along' well :with 6-5-12. *' "' -.
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. FOR SALE-Smooth ,Cayenne'and 'Abbaka ," .
y "I'J ic! :;, ...'Established! 1984., Cor. Bay and Laura 8t'., over: Mrs. Keene The nestegg,. ,,if not' china, 'should.be and Slips. St. Petersburg' 'Pineapple .: '

. /::' :/ ;)}H;: f- .4 :JAdK90NVILLZ; FLA.. : marked so that it will not get into' a' lot. Co.,.St., Petersburg, Fla. 6-12.15' V '

? 1ii' the'neXt 30 des,a prlceawiU be as! follows ,Gbld'Fillinga, $1.60 to $2; Plastic, cent to, market." You Should See i.
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: .:\ $e.;5Odr:tc $1;''rA loy Fillings 1 ; $1:to $.1.50; Plates, $5 to f8;..Full sets very bests Ten pounds is a good 'weight for males ', .

:q 2 .. ...- .:>..... .:l'to ,io. lO.yExtracttng free, by;a painless mGth"here" plates are, made. Firsl>classGum of- the.larger breeds. one. year:old.- year Those stocks.3,000 The two most year profitable kingbuds orange on 4 grown and 6 ..' : ..

,-. '. 'I; f ,aper'atars aitd polite a tte -q't&," 3GGJ&aini Continuous. Sets. ...of-T ee th".h C. W. FOX, Villa Lake'Nurseries; PmiUand. -. ] r-
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,.;.- 'tYI'i., j ,, .;.. ":f'I; 'RATES.-Twenty.words, name and'address, Fine. :Nursery .Stock, / J
t .P;.:., rape, : WOIDe.. ..j states i is 'nova sardine : small.fishprocurable one week,25 cents; three weeks 50, cents. -,Nothing -" < '
't It :;, 1, J., I any taken for less than as cents For next 60 days will sell Fine Citrus< Nursery '. "v

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;-aiiatber: .; snot! ? "The_: 'most' ,admirable and .labelled. sardines. ; 'Fishermen Send no stamps larger tLan two cents.Initials Fla. 7.3t-tr. '!: t 4

&tew.. i ,11{!amfaUractiYe! : : ; ;!thing: about an'attractive eret:teil-us 1 that they-have .often seenIarge and figures count as one,word. STRAWBERRY PLANTS,'Nunans, ,tkhn per i.ooo,delb".00.Ji's

\w ,;,-r wont n-if, her,.womanliness.. .Ef' cry- [ .s :'of.sardines in 'this 'bay, 1 TtTASBINGTONU SP2CIJ St wer California,' JULIUS I SCHNADELBACH.,Grand Bay Ala f {

.'',! :J bpdyadmires.a womanly,woman; She 1i t being' so plentiful\ at times that Palm.vv, Most Seed Beautiful now ripening,,Rapid: Packet Growing by,.'":Hardiest mail j< Don't .You 'Forget '. f ,

. '!A E: :ftrii a\have health, of .course; because they'coulS:'fill a.boat with them-just. cents, Thousand" $2.50. B.". H. HAST.Federal To send for price list of all the leading' varieties s ..
:'i;:,../.hi "t ? thout8he*.would lose the brightness Point, Florida: lo--2-9 of Citrus Trees on '4, 5 and 6 year stocks.. .
': aafiae: as the sardine.canned i in France. Discounts according to size of.orders C: W. '

> : t rof 'lierYeyes: .i the ullneMofher.cHeeXs i af6i MILO MARTIN-A. 'Pure' Bred. Registered, FOX, Villa Lake' Nurseries, Fruitland.Park, Fla.' ;. r ..
1i. &nd httr .vivacity; ltealtlii TZI of cola: Times eraey Bull for sale' Price 140., I make aennre'to 7-31-tf., \ '
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p 't : 1 avoid inbreeding. (X A.BACON, Or- :

1 :..t.mean .that I woman i j aeally :nwi.z j fr! .:{Jcl'5 Mrs Marcus L. :Smith! mond, Florida. .' 10'x'3STRAWBERRYPLANTS Vj PAUPHOR'tnif six to SEEDLINGS 10 incheS'high.., ready fine: pot-grown for: planting : -" 'r.. x -

, .",< 1llany: That sbe h strong and 'perfectS :after{ :' Bali 1. : absence of. ,three: years, returned 75 cents thousand out. ; Is per- hundred delivered here* "'*.' .,. ,; r
per 4 .
".:l' ;y in .. "sexual way,:as".' ella;. in every .fro nv.Ariz6na; Sunday, greatly raised-by.clean culture.' 8-2I-3, 'JESSAMINE. Jessamine GARDENS, ,Fla.! ..'
+rOthCT That I she. is :'capable'of :the Fine plants packed in sphagnum- moss. Q.:'L, :; 1- ;, ;--
perfoaling
<, of then
: : : i ;; to. : pleasure -numerQus CX.A&K, Switzerland, Florida.! ;7 \

{ 'tr. li 'perfectly,the 4 tl.es:9r materSome friends.- .Both were:in excellent'health Strawberry Plants. 1.'J: 'J ,: ,= -

-:.; t .: ty.. are' born' with- what ''is and"gladto.be ,jn Daytona again. Plants.. I ave a fine Jot of Lady Thompson and Rising : ,

:.t 7 -$ called! ( ; '"'constitutionalweakness.. ." They' will occupy their J old,home'on CELERY.-:White Plume, 'Grant. Paschall Seedling:Strawberry' plants for'sale'reduced, r .
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rates. For prlcet'"wrlte! Mr BROWNLKB,StArk :,
Golden Self Blanch'ng'New Hose, $Z.75 -
r-: ; ,f'Thosewhodci not enjoy j perfect health;. Beach' street again,in October. Mr.. 1000. Cabbage, leading varieties, 12.'Z5 ,per per Florida. 9-11-6 *'. { T ." '

": ; Horseradish sets $1.00 per 100.. Cameron. l.OOO.OOOt Strawberry Plants; three best improved :s.-
r;: ( .J and e pr6perremedy; tdl ecom<<\ rt"r -. quarantined;: in. Alabama, .and ,thefrjourney Seedsman, Jacksonville, varieties: Clouds, {1,25; ; Newnsn'.I.. .-' :.' _.. ";y:

: I if-feitly: : ,well and.strong, .3Dr, ;Pierce's .homeward much, delayed. OR'" SALE-Pure Blood Brown Leghorn J proved.o.b..' 'taCOi'Plants; Rising and.packing Seedling guaranteedR.H, $1.50'per tooo', <'..,. 'Jy9: ;.-':

.i; 'i "r ;FavontePrescnptlon wflltiire: anvdeJraBgemehiof ,Halifax( Journal. ... ..111- Chickens. Trio $ISo. Cockerels soc each., Smilb,Lawtey. Fla. Sn-6: "" *r.WE
\ ; :the datinctiy feminine Also Turkeys., R. PUBDT, Lawtey-Florida. '. .- -
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s. '1t" organism. t Langfprd l loaded'' :.a, vessel[: at Punta NEW ORLEANS MARKET 18 Renowned at bottom pricri. Choice stock. if:; .. .,_
its p.
magniflcent.high priced Cauliflowers. Best true .
varieties to name ,
and-square,1
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t i- rt: Wojldjs pispensary 'MedlcalAssc' >. Havana ;The' on.beef into Italian Giant,Algiers Paris We have them. wants We can pleas! you Phoenii. Wnree-! : .. '
r ; duty cattle S3.00 per. thousand. bear Head Farms..P1no, lies,Braldentown,Fla Established is laak-. .*, ,
*a '. ciatiofl! :jBuffidp,, ,N1 y, and: receive ,Cuba is '$8. ahead. arid it will l cost stl-ae Orange. County.. ,Fla.. :. "
":": Dr -Pierce's : : Co.n : r.
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r : oo8J-paO about$2S: a head.to land:)the cattle in: INeed'Money' r "
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."/.." >- !: .. and Pomelo trees at very low prices- Ail the band
,' F -i r<" J k't'" ."- .. ,, to" Cuba ;:in?;fi ftee'ri years. A m.an' in sale. Pure breed hens,only W cents In :popular varieties-eiLOratjge' and, Pomelo .
lots of six if taken
or more BOOn.The' Island
A r j cieit' i JactfspnyflleFriday! .direct- from."H Poultry-Yards, Femandina, Fla. trees from 3 to 6 feet high. Address for.partfea-. '
( :; ; coast of Honda: furnishesrat ; lars W.,K& Tumble, Braidentown, Fla.' ..:. .tf &
'4. :',aaabll ISdance.bfthegenuiiie sardine varia'says beef is'sellingatI.75; per '
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i :; au d froiri' 'salioples t k e_Cr.. A' hY ,; pot d,-'chic $3s5a',;piece.Noyieiablett rpHB.X reriox NEW to all SOUTH others.CULTIVATOR It can be is super FOR 390 acre.Excellent for stock ,.aw ite UNA. ,

;;f ffj*?*' */.rl; ."Ha f;;-byrexperts' '"' 1'.tit.: '. 1 atVaany wice'and' \ no:milk cultivate any crop, from a atrawbcny.patch adjusted'to toan tobacco. : growing.- W. B. dftrksoaJ! 'g=,.. .. tFla. :' '.' '. ..". ,
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:":' ?!Tallahassee;........!...,..;'.;. .,...........<..!,;..... .........;...........Y WednesdaySeptember. 8 .',
*; ':-:Kan8ftsCltr.v..T..f'. ',.J.Ti.i..$! ......-..-.'....,../f... .. .....!'.! .. ....... Friday, September 10
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_5?: :C h.apttahooc e(...-.-. ,.,;.n > .Uit-i.-' H., 111, .1. Saturday September d T
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:I,>q.Sty of lillrwWgham.'.0.. ,..-.t...'?.'I-........ i.. ....'..'....".h lu....;;...........Tuesday, 'September: 14 .. .. '.
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t. ? TallahaMee..u... ...1\}.... .,.. .,....j".t.. .......... ....:..........Friday September ..
i *;Kansas Citl..:...::,.............:.......:.i....'....... ................. .*...-.Baturday. September 18 SAFETY! "
'/ Cb a ttab, b eo.......-. ,...*....".,..-.r..i..j.\ ......... Monday,* September 20 OMFORT'QUlCKTIME! LOSY RATES! : .
;, *Gate Cit,..*.*... "i-..,'''' ....,,.;.-.;....,..,./..:a..1:1u.. ..,...'.......... Tuesday. September
..l'h.* City of Birmlngbam....... ..h.t... ..!....,!.... %..,...,'.....*......' ......Wednesday September "
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Nacoochee .
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x ,?Kansas City.E.. .:.....?:..,.." ,.: .:....Monday,. September! 27 The Fleet- is of the Steamers{ \
:fy: Cbatta oocbee..,..........".:......,'..,..............IH. .-......s_..H.a..I. ..Tuesday, September 28 composed' following Handsome. New Steel :'
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}k Ran_' vity ..:. ...* .'...i....,4.41..".:..,..1.41.,..1..1.. .,.... ..,.....Tuesday, oept. !, 7la .wpm :... /t.-- '
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; :cttJof 1nirmlngham..i... ... ...i.v.i.. ......h\,..::..... .?, .:..Saturday Sept. 18,12.00 Steamers are appointed to sail from'Pier 59, Hast River New: York at 3'pm.; as follows: f- ,.. y. ;t. F
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'$.:w. SMITH: Contr. Freight Agent, Ocean 8.B. Co.. 13 E. Bay St. Savannah;Ga, CAn. ;-.
B.G.TRBZBVANT.Agjent Ocean 8.8. Co.Savannah,Oa._ '- : W. A. SHAW,. .: ,

ALTER HAWKINS,Fla. Pass; Agent Ocean 8.8 Co.;,224 W. Bay St Jacksonville Fla.W. : .Is appointed to sail as follows: ;-'- :" -' 4

.;, :J. PARBBLL. SoL Agent Ocean S.S,Co.,2t:W..BaISt..224 W. .;Jacksonville St. Jacksonville; Fla.Fla.. : heave Jacksonville ....:........i.- .......,...k./.SundaysTtiesdys: : 'and Thnndaysat: 350p m '
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:t.,I. X.BSYAN.Jr., Gen't'RaStem Agent Ocean 8.8.00..21'1 Brodway, "
.,:".f-'j;, W, IB.ARNOLD, Oem.Trav, Vass. Agent Ocean 8.8. Co.,3 17 Broadway, New York. TB BOUIE, ,.><.-: SCHEDULE. IOBJH &DUlD, '- .., *.,.
.A: 8./J'RENOttdJol. Fata. Agent Ocean 8.H. Co., 317 Broadway, New York. -.. Read.Down. Read Up, '_ .
>B. R, GOODWIN. Sol.,Frt. Agent Ocean 8.8 Co..3tT Broadway, Now'York. --2. : j-- .
HAMMOND Ocean 8.8. Co. New Floras>> N. R.. New York.' '1 : _
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: Ccnt."ot O& B7. 317 Broadway,'New York. "' ;:\ i $45 .........14.i........Palsth....!................ ""..' Leave 8oop.m. .
':'U"ME.\UX.Tri..". Frt.Agent Cent;of Ga.5y 317 Bro dway.New'York... ,:,.* .j. 3 co a.m.. .........;r.....":......u... Astor.....i.............a ....-..... "t s304 _: '
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;?TJ..l.'AR; Agent F, O.& P.R. H.,338 New York., r 6 oo It .............,.;..........BIDeS inga./__ ,_ ". 1100 .:;. ". .. .
;Ji.l. t. ADAMSOen'LrEast. Agent : Broadway New York Arrive 830- 41 .... .,1.,1..1. ,. i.' San Ord........ .,...4..4..1.4. u 900 1. ,
rt/i ARew. A. .. SAMPSON. Oen'l.Agent Agent QA.'Rr.r.v C. of G.Uy.iaee Broadway Washington St.Boston.. 4. 925 '". ................-......*0.... P.nterprtse...... ,.:....:..._......:, .4 930_ -'s .'.".',- --

::.:.J A.R LANDERS, ]New England Agent Plant System,290 Washington 8t Boston.AKDSON c. _-. '"
General Passenger..ndTioko<< Office 204 West Bay St. Jaokeoiville1P .:'
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t H. SMITH, Agent of 0. ByH 33 South Third St, Philadelphia, Pa; _. ,1.
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._ .r' trOLL T. KlL: plant System, 100 South 10th.St., Philadelphia, Pa.' M. H. CLYDE, Aidstant Traffic Manager,s Bow.lnf Green,New York. .
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1-. : r. In'the'developmentof: the heifer'fo do it; you taught ,me to .maketallow.Hoard's The leaves are perfect, without splitor invariably more expensive i in the:en_

r ;' ''s; :;\, .: be.a profitable,dairy cow, a"great'deal l Dairyman., worm hole, and the texture, is, as and by far the greater portion of t-
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.' les' com calfliood to her second,ormilkin0 .Our clay roads are building rapIdlyand 1,300 pounds to' the'acre, and ,Tampa Tribune. .

;, : urm. She must'' 'start with, this winter 20 miles of fine roads when.fully:! prepared for the market Don Ricardo Piloto, general m

: ."' good .' dairy ancestry. That is the will lead'out Leesburg.-Leesburg. will readily retail for $i.oo perpound. alter of the Cuban Tobacco',Grow ;
; 'foundation,but not the superstructure.Ve Commercial.Mr. Almost ,all parts'of Florida are rapidly Company, of Ft. Meade, in coijver ,

have reason to believe that a largeproportion Wra. T. Henry was late getting progressing in,the matter of. tobac'Co tion with a Tampa Times man stat

',.. of ,poor ,cows could.haye in his crop.of four acres of tobacco growing, and Clay county is equal that many of the growers of cigar
been made good ones if: thej'-hadCal-: this season, and only got half ,a stand to'be best in the quality of the prod i bacco in South Florida are serious!

? ", len into the, hands of men;who. knew, though he will realize more cash from uct' grown.-.Green Cove Spring. I injuring the.business: by selling the
"' -how to develop them rightly : his four acres ,of tobacco than from 1 Orlando is'tohavestill, another.large tobacco, too cheap. All high ;gr-
$ .. .: 'First-Prevent the growth1 of fat his'40 acres in cotton. This, is'en- ] pbery: Just opposite his covered SIX- Florida tobacco grown from Cu

.&, :and. development. of beefy,tenden- couraging to those who have had any acre pinery on'upper Orange,avenue, seed is better than the beat Meat F,
-;" ;, : doubts.-Lake City Reporter: Mr. ,Geo. I. Russell has commenced product, said he, and. yet. it is :;

.0: ctes.SecondUse Constant' gentleness ,It:has been decided,.tohave; Florida an eight and a half.acre pinery, which known that many good _crpp :ha "
;.' : ;' and frequently handle the udder.. Tobacco- ,Day at the 'Nashville'Exposition He hopes to finish_ some' time next year. been sold here at prices'that:would :'
J ;- Third-Breed at 15, _months, so as Wednesdays-October This, with his twelve acres alreadyset scoffed, at by ,the Mexican growe i
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,nal functions while the body is'easily matter of getting upon;together:',the'exhibit acres in covered pinery; His 'home ida tobacco, Mr. Photo: itenshould ,,'
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,T ,:t' '. : >ducing .food",, so as develop.the menrin the state on the, subject of tobacco resetting it at the rate 'of from. 1,500, but as much .as the fast that} --
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: : growth ,possi 2,000 plants per day,-
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', ; -: ; ,Here is Mr. .Alber Wetkte r sperience 'eJ.
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.. ,f -. ,in, heifers? how Is'the milk ; Mr. N. M. Alexander has returned Orlando Reporter. .. He planted little ov
':-q_ .flow stimulated ? Bring them,up'.in from Despto, 1-lanateeand, Lee, counties The demand for .fresh meats .and four acres in tobacco on;-control,at t
"! :: _T i ,., '; the way.theyshouldgo, and when ,they where '_he has been buying cropsof supplies) in general from this source is ciS.He has delivered s',55opo .
:: '.:: are od'th y'will i 'not dept ;;!r I1Jt ;; oranges Cox: the' Jim .Baird fruit practically unlimited, and one:'firm in ..and says that the entire cost'of, .'cnl&vating""and
s '- : 'thatistosay7 if they are.well-bred house of'Cincinnati. Neal says most this has was' '
," city already gone extensively gathering $1,25.IJii
.'T ;:.. :dairy heifers. By)thb is;meant,'bring ofthe'oranges' i in the .counties where in the'business! of shipping poultry to aop brought: $457, leaving a Bt-
";_'* up the'heifers to constiine large quantities the balk"of the crop is, have been. purchased Havana. Some idea of the extent of profit, of 334., 'This'is,his nrJtq ,
.; .' -: :.; of milk l -producing :-food. ::There by buyers, buying' in bulk) on this novel 'business'may be gathered and while the amount realized is not,
:b ., 'Y, some kinds of food' the.trea--DeLand Record.Vft '
Hhat will induce the .
are ;\ from fact that as many as '3,000 near as ,great as,manyotlie rst yeti .
,=,:, : '. :growth.and, not_ fat. ,Usc such have ,on,our table a ,sample, of I chickens have been sent, ,to Havana by shows what there is in the boslaes._
} \ <:.. .: ..foods. You can spoil the }heifer for Sumatra: tobacco, grown by Mr. W. P., this firm,in a few days'. time.I Theyare Had he-.contracted. 'he.-would:hays
ii. milk;by:feeding grog! ,fattening foods. Whipple near Middleburg,'which has << .always} shipped to Tampa by ex had at least thirty cents for his iojfbacco.

',.:.-,,..,.:., ,t-.; If you ask such heifer. to turn_all her been'J protiounced. by experts, to be as_ press m.large.. coops,' experience hav-, .-;=Quincy Herald" ..
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