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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 9, 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: UF00055765:00149
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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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5T; ES'' -. season''shipped.:than'onore.all, other8'1:01fe1'8,peaches. ,:from-.in our this own section orchards combined tnifl NOW IS f" Hi TIME. ** TO BRRHNGE FOR STOCK; ..

z /w 11 x 'and made blg.ONBYattt. :DC" 'I Investigation into the r- tiirements of southern orchards. : '
**>< 1'5'Y"E'A'I I 'n\ ;f Practical experience in the growth of southern fruits.:
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t:111, 'Tarietieg. A..MILLION And a half trees. 'Over 300 acres. .
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f/IJ it. : H. G. HASTINGS.,' like .charm. It was the plan of Mr.

We find that but few planters of seed Crosby of Nebraska. Grow or trans.

; DO YOU have any idea as to the effect of 'temper plant Jamestown jimson weed) every
; Ji | KNOW ature on the germination of seed. few hills. Poison the flowers that bloom

; :, t.'( I) We are constantly reminded of this between sundown and dark. Get a pint
v each year in the failures of such seed as bottle and fill it nearly full of water. Put

: 1. ,RUSSELL- ; cabbage, lettuce, beets,celery, carrot,and one teaspoonful rough on rats and one tablespoonful -
of granulated sugar in and
$ ; peas to germinate :sUccessrully during
.'.>, ', -.... August and September. When the soil shake well. Make a hole through cork

+ is in good condition?and- moist the aver and insert a quill. Put three drops in
i. ; <, each of the jimson weed flowers.
Grower age grower cannot understand why most
Every : of the above named varieties fail to germinate The huge millers will suck the poison .

.. .... freely. It is a question of tem- and die almost immediately. 0. H. will
be astonished the 'next to
perature to a great extent. morning see
of-Fancy Pines =in ,The ideal temperature to get the best the slaughter. He will think at first! he
v : results in the germination of these kinds he has killed all the .hummingbirds in

ill?rom 50 to 00( ) degrees. Our average the neighborhood. He'must cut all the
r '* temperature at that season of the year poisoned bloom off. If left on they will
s- .... the Country Does.i' seldom reaches as low as 78 and what kill the plant. These millers lay the eggson
; I. N few seeds do germinate during this hot the tobacco leaves, from ten to sixteen

weather do not make the strong,-vigorous eggSon: each l leaf on.eye'ry stalk, so you
plants that seed sown during the can see :what a jolly time I had killing

'; cooler months do. Frankly, we believe worms and mashing eggs between mv
:. ..: .. Tb;(" Celebrated DtVANHOE and FAIR, OAKS PINERIES are'-known that fully five-sixths of the cabbage seed thumb nails. It was next to an Impossibility -
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: tbro )" the UNITED STATES u producing the, FINEST FRUIT EVER PUT sown-between August 15th and September to raise tobacco in Georgia until Itried
'. ;<)N THE MARKET.W 15th is simply wasted. It is almost Mr. Crosby's plan as published in

"::', To produce'Fine Fmit you must have r as true of the other varieties named. As your paper."

successful a farmer as Dr. Oemler, of Sa- -. 4
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-PLANTS'I vannah, says that he has sown several] ... When to Dig ,Sweet Potatoes.
FINE
.r 4- 4- pounds of cabbage seed that he knew Years ago I heard a farmer say: "To

_' it was good without getting a single plant have sweet potatoes keep well they shouldbe
y have for sale'more Fancy Plants than any Grower in the Country, and a during summer months. dug when'the sap in the tubers will

reputation SECOND TO''NONE. Gardeners should consider the natureof dry white.' Last fall I remembered his

.... ,, Purchase yourplants from the PIONEER GROWER of Fancy Pines, and you the different vegetables when planting saying. 1 would take a potato from my
':'get a GUARANTEE that absolutely TRUE TO NAME. if they expect to have a good germination. patch, wash it, break oft the end, and
,;'X Price List now ready. WRITE AT ONCE.GEORGE An ideal temperature for the quick lay it in the sunshine. If the sap was

.". germination of egg-plant squash,cucumbers dark I would wait a few days and try
t BOX 'I. RUSSELL Orlando Fla.. and melons is almost death to cab- another as before, until I found a time : -

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has certain laws, we can not go contrary them was the same as before. It haa .
to them. -" been said that when the sap oozes freely

Southern the potato is immature. But on the 9th of
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_.. The seed crop of Bermuda onion has April, when I pared potatoes, the sap

been almost a failure this year and the oozed 03 freely as when new. It w

v small crop harvested. not of as good has beenour custom to let them remainin
Railway. quality as usual. Tests of advance sam- the ground until frost; but in the future -

< ples show that,to obtain the same stand I shall test them and dig as I did
t one-third more seed has to be sown of last fall, as I am convinced the sap will

:' .. "-1" ;,'''':'". ".' .IBS01UTELY! THE SHORTEST- ROOTE.JULLKAN this fear s seed than usual. We regret dry white when the potato has-reached

.. 4'" this condition of affairs but there is no maturity. '
"/ t : help for.it if want Bermuda onions. The above from correspondent of the
:: DBJLWIN ROOM OARS, DINING CABS you.
Practical Farmer-is well worthy of a trial
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There is but one place where the seed is
.... ,. :;..'.: .CBEOBOUGOTASB OOAOHES, VD'nBt1LBDTR.\ms. grown and' when the crop is: poor we by all growers of sweet potatoes in the
jo; : '. ''-.' ( have to"take. such as we can'get. South, and we suggest to all growers be-
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> NORTH EAST AND WEST. tucked away in a safe corner of their
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bulb in the crops. For, several years we A Plant's Food. '
.TV* 'DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TUB I EAST. have tried obtain this
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successful. We have at last obtained a
WittteftMi fid 5ottthwestera Limited V ,
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few ounces lfof seed and will distribute it
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And tile United States Fast Mall. way how a plant obtains its food. .
as long as the,;supply lasts to those who
The substances which make the ash
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: 11II elelpoeed of UtartEaprottd Penman 8Jeepbzc Carl tad Hotel X&f We would again emphasize our remarks taken from the air by means of the
=:to kg Cut through'. without chance to WuUagton B<taor. of previous years on the subject of leaves. When a'plant burns, the carbon
;. : Philadelphia)New.York. MJ-.;UM'BM!> having your soil thoroughly cultivatedand or charcoal contains unites with. ,the 1

free from all grass, roots, trash,etc., oxygen the air to form an invisible gu,
c '1' .THROUGH' PULLMAN DRAWINO-ROOM'SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN that'w.ould.have a- tendency to make the usually known ,as carbonic acid gas.
'V :* sandy soils more porous than*they nat Since the burning of charcoal in, oae : ::3
; JACKSONVILLEAND. NASHVILLE.. urally are. Afer planting the seed and form or another- is always going on at

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t Orchiafd.fci' : flavor, :sweet- rich and wholesome. GUAVAS. j'The Bearing Period of Orange Trees. '

',' ,-.. '0 -. ;robablycohsiderable: time is ,required Mr. L. H. Gurney, the fell known C. E. Bemis read before, the Covina _
.. 'WA5ltlNOTON to..bring the'tree, -into bearing, but.the jelly man: of Merritt Brevard (CaL) University Farmers' Institute -
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guava;
". ; is said be In their
'" "" F N'J"r yield to enormous. : the following paper which we '
hassent. some of his
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County
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J ;.FIerI., [ .;.Kt .ot: ,'latereet from. the native soI'l'the' trees are food producers fresh guavas Washington,and is determined -- find in;the Rural-Californian : -
.y NatIeMI.CaUdltar'FarmeraiidBruit Qpm/ }- of such importance;, :that- the gov.ernment to find a market 'for'them all: A belief seems:to be prevalent that

.' iie.r.'. : oT Queensland:has prohibited over the country. Mr. F H. McCarthy the period.$of profitable production of : .
.: Your:continued, publication .of, information the ,cuttingi,down, of any more a fruit dealer who is handling fruit by our citrus orchards is but a ;J
't about' camphor, ,culture: ,-i of them.. 4> SBEAUTIFULAND them here, is in full'' sympathy with: short one, and that Washington

f 2 > hving.itseffet: ; and the;widespread HARDY. the undertaking, and is doing all he Navel tree is 'said to be at its best
,, ]influence of; your'paper is well 'attest when seven or eight old and ;
i The bunya-bunya,is:an, exceedingly can to make it a'succesa. He recent years ,
c' .e4.by"ih 'great; ,demand "upon ,the ornamental l tree;, with drooping ly_forwarded some of Mr., Gurney's that thereafter'it ceases to increase its'
;;t.,, Agricultural.Department for camphor branches! arranged with geometrical guavas to New York city, and be- production of fruit ,and soon to decrease -
F :trees for planting',in,Florida'and other regularity'on,the ,trunk, covered with lieves there is a chance,of making the its output. Now the truth or
'SOuthern 'Sfat s. There *'none of of this belief should be established F
are dark green; shining; finely-cut leaves. fruit a popular dish in many parts of falsity
the trees:now o.n'hand for distribution, beyond question, for if true the
The beautiful:specimen in the BQtaniI the North. The :very perishable nature
but the,' department is preparing .to Garden here'is twenty-five years old, 'of the guavas requires that they fact is fatal ,to the hopes of our orange ,
rj plant(ioooo; _of them.:. .Mostof these I and would now be .about.-sixty feet ordered in advance, and then delivered growers, and if not true, the state- '"
,will go to,Florida, and some, to ,Louisiana : their ment should not go unchallenged. ;
destination
; high, according to Supt. Smith, had it to as quicklyas
Mississippi,_etc;. V ry'few are .not been topped back to,save the roof, possible. Mr. McCarthy suggests It is not claimed that our trees are
'called 'for from'the Pacific coast.William short lived, but their period of fruitfulness n
which is not more than half that height that they be shipped.in egg crates.
l Saunders, superintendent! of is to be short and the bud'
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is
where. 'thetree stands. Mr. Smith ,Jf a guava that seedless, or nearly .
3 ,gardensandgroundsior.theAgrkul: : says the bunya-bunyawill; flourish in so, can be produced,,it will add ded varieties, differ materially from
: ::tural .Department,: Americas "grandold4man" the open" air as far north as Wilmington immensely to its usefulness. Assistant the seedling this regard, but has .

in every, sense that affectsattxjffcuiture N... C, ,but that is its northern Pomologist Taylor, who is a well ,such a difference been shown to exist -
,i and husbandry, is, tak limit. The seed;as,an article of com known, authority on the science of in their actual periods of fruitfulness -
j 'ing'a:keen'interest, the camphor en. : ? Let us make a comparison.In .
merce, would;far surpass! in value any what might be termed fruit heredity,
fterpri8eLand!! ; ,it is said that .SecretaryWilson's the first Navel seedling '
: nut nowgrown: in Florida, where the says a great deal may be'accomplished place your or
sympathies,have also become tree, would undoubtedly,flourish. Unfortunately in this direction by careful patient effort are both upon the same root and _
',enlisted in.the caus It was William the of The is follows therefore start out in life upon the
; supply bunyabunya plan be'suggests' .as -
.; ,Saunders'who,introduced,not'only the .trees now on hand at the Botanic : A guava having the fewest seeds same footing, for the seven or eight
camphor tree; but also the navel 'orange Garden is very limited but more will should be selected, and the seeds years your seedling tree draws upon

,.?:mango, tea ,plant, and other Ve'obtained, if they are properly ap- planted ;;; when the' trees producedcome its plot ground for such elements .
useful'trees.and plants into this country predated., into bearing, the ,most seedlessof of plant od only as will produce
,and; his 'enthusiasm for the wel their fruit should be selected and growth or leaf, limb and root, askingfor i
fare of;the farmers and fruit-growers AN IMPORTANT PUBLICATION. the before. In no' fruit forming material as it has
operation-continued as
:ofjrie: 'Union is as'warm 'as" as,' it was The Agricultural Department is time when : the seeds become made.no fruit It,then begins to use

t ';'in i :those,early.days, *organized: about to publishan: important book, scarcer, propagation by budding very or sparingly of its reserve materials, and '

15 that:wonderful association known as compiled by the American Pomolog- layering can be resorted.to. The al- within die. next !seven or eight years it .
thearange: ,:whichis: still flourishing, i Society, showing the distributionof most seedless varieties ,of tomatoes, witl! have so nearly exhausted the fruit- ,
after'an'existence of: more than,thirty fruits! in the United States, and "Beefsteak" and "Ponderosa" originated forming elements in the natural soil,

.,,.. -years.; :If'ever an ;American citizendeserved where the soils'are' to be found that .in this, way.. The flavor of the that it.no longer produces maximum ,
a monument; ,he does, but are best adapted to each. Over iioo, fruit is also apt to be improved by the crops, they being smaller in quantityand
; the matron< hopes' that. many 'many varieties of fruits: are named, none of operation. < The experiment i is well of inferior quality. Now in the

r yeaarsmayroll by e'er the time comes which propagated' by seed. It is worth a trial, for the many small, hard case of your Navel tree you have takena
E ": to,build It. an exceeding!y valuable work, containing seeds of the its bud from a precocious variety of
are against
& ,-- Mr./Saunders. it is'said;i intends visiting tables .of results, based upon ularity and even guava a moderate demandfor pop tree_and by uniting it with a seedling

,Florida at an early date, where actual" observations, and experimentsby the fruit outside of Florida would root you have produced the most ravenous .

% Jiewillreceivea[; warm welcome from :members of the society, and, there- bring many thousands of dollars into feeder of the citrus family, and ,;
thOse, to whom. he makes himself fore, of the highest authority. The the State:, .. also, the most perfect machine for *!
l known. late lamented ,A., H., Manville and
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'The kaki planters should continue. making superb fruit yet known to the
O AN AUSTRALIAN .NUT :TREE., Dudley W, Adams-especially the to plant trees the Northern deal business It is not content with the
say :
i,, & William j.Smith, superintendentof former-made. important contributions ers in fancy fruits. The people are slow plodding habit' of the seedling

of: the'National.Botanic Garden, has f this-work.. beginning to like die big :sugary per- tree, and its second year begins to dig t

also lately decided on :a good stroke CITRON .IN'FLORIDA. simmons, and if the supply is;kept.up up the necessary materials for .constructing -
,, for Florida. He ,will introduce, Florida is' 'at last producing commercial the'demand. is likely to continue. : fruit, which it till continueto
a through me. rtbers.r.;'' Congress, -the citron.! It'a fact.this time, do in an increased ratio for about
I r celebrated bunyabunya'or") l 1onke for' the--Division.of. Pomology? of the FLORIDA IS ALL RIGHT. the same length of time occupied .

;puizle' tree of Queensland, Australia, Department of Agriculture says so.Mr Hard times have been seen, but nobody the process by your seedling, when it '

-'V.. .T. a' wonderful food.:producer; into, several TV T. Eyre, of Myers, is the gentleman has ever starved! to death there, top will have usedup so much of its
; :..J" :. of,'the'Southern States. Its, bo- who hasattained this distinc- and nobody.ever will. Noother State available food as to be unable to increase -

j4: -' :tankal...name' \$'=Araucaria JBidwilliitsa tion. Assistant Pomologist Taylor thisUnion, could have suffered, in its output the difference, if any,'
'.< i it i is'species i (:,pine, closely allied says;.the specimens recently received one night damage of $50,000,000to in the time'consumed being explainedin
-; to. the:"graceful ''Norfolk .IslandYiiiie from 'Mr. Eyre will 'compare favorably its leading,industry (as did Florida. the superior texture and greater
((Araucaria:txcdsa), which is beexxaing ; ,in thickness of rind, flavor and bv'the, freeze of February 9, 1895,)) amount! .of nutriment contained in the -
-: so popular as ,a 'house? ,'plant appearance; with,the Corsican citron, without raising a" cry for aid. :Al- Navel over'the seedling fruit. Eleven
ilt is'called!"monkey-puzzle1 because which'has hitherto been considered most any 'western' State would have years ago when I came to this valley

V oC the,small,.sharp points"with"wliich: the best in the world. The Depart appealed for ,help from the government most of the seedling fruit was of sach
n ;theleaves; and -scales' of 'bark',are'be- ment procured cuttings from Corsica ,within forty-eighrh9urs_ ,; but the goOd'ality that I selected it:for eating

; *'sttfvaad;w1iichrhake'it: impbssibleiormonkeysi'tb and sent them about sixty growersin wonderful land .of the orange and in preference to the Navel;, ,iTcxday "
climb the' tree., ;It was Florida some years ago, and this i is pine' never, _asked for a penny"; has our growjersare; diggingold P. ;

dwcoyered.by.sbme'woodcutters near one,oC the first results. fought its. battles alone; coming out seedling iorchards<< .; that: areafrom '" .
n '- amine i 1840, and one, tree,., 'val-' The citron is somewhat more sus- slowly but,surely with flying colors, eighteen;to twenty five rt:JIIIt.\-- )
uedjat':$ia5was; ; sent 'to, the' .KewGtrdenflndon. ceptible, to cold than. ,the'orange,-but! and.will soon,be doing business again under'the, tauten 'Idea. : :.1 a."t1 ,

; ., 'Its native country i it 'requires less ;room to grow,'. and at the'old/stand' little late ,in -the' have, reached' their. maturity :r': ;;...'.. ., '...3;- {( if"

,* lit .yery/much>the, same :climate as bears earlier .Great quantities of the.fruitare day but fresh and smiling as'ever. It theifrpefftx&pf'' :: usefulness : ''..' ...itg.-... ... ,<
Mori ,;;and the'tree becomes_
,a 170 feet high, .with agirthof! ,25 feet) could'hardly, 'supply the demand, of .Ete'ma1Youi: ," for such recupera boxes" rf "*"'- f""inferior/rait"* *Pr." --f" **- Tbe'coaes attain the size of a man's I although.the price. might be lowered. tive,powers Wong only .to,a place with.. proproducifHr' .s'w : '"._....bi.... f.r.." >;'i")f.. ::' ...:: '

.heId; rag* # maturity: in three There is a 'tariff on preserved citron, where .nature.still is,young.. Floridais .",tl ,, '; ,.. "_ ..'.inn.' [I ,1''''..,,*'..., ..: :J.ji 1J;
..years.;a Ad talDIDg'each', about tOO but the-C<>rsicans ,pickle large quantities ; all right, and will ;co*tinue to:be fruit. t. ..tisuch the. ':'r" ," ,'t" i ...,..., ."' ;!if" ..':11-: ";.;: say'

wrti,A..keraels of which i are (large of the fruit. i in sea water;and,sejjdkitover all.right, Hurrah. for, .'FiwdaJ r' l lt a'practice; ,,;--Qatili,. .;Io. ". ,,,,,"". ,' .,.; .c >;'."
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perfectly made'commercial fertilizers ure,'or sheep manure, or tankage, or; erations looking to that end for'next ii the course of twenty-four hours. Too fl
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he/increased' the, fruitfulness, histreesup ground bone, or .nitrate of soda, andy year. The>peach1 orchard should 'be this its roots must be in healthy:'
: time .
o'the they frozen
were ,
to l the ground by:the periodical- old t none of these gave the'tree any thoroughly plowed no later than the c ondition, and supplied.with plant

waves: In 'sonic cases, the trees i element in perceptible quantity, excepting end of October,aud everything'in the ood to be so, and potash is :what will #

reached' : of.fifty to sixty ars. ; nitrogen, ,and it only in 'volatile shape 'of vegetation should be carefully insure that condition, and as said already -
anage 'y
Many of our seem to believe I stimulating form. This gave a plowed'under, and'at this plow the fall is the time to apply this

that:the taste of growers the I consumer i rich color to the foliage and a quick:: ing the1 fertilization should be'done'as p)0tash;,as during the winter months

.has"changed 'and,.that orange he no longer but rank:and'succulent growth to leaf well Old orchards or where the trees the small rootlets are.expanding and

.cares for' the seedling orange. My and limb, which was butthe precurser are in!full bearing;' ,will a require different -preparing for next season's work. _

;, : belief, however\ is that the inferiorquality : of large, ,coarse thick-skinned fruit. fertilizer to a young orchard In canng for peach trees'a'::man has

:.ofthe f; 'seedlings an Treatment, of this sort I believe shortens just coming.into bearing.A got to use a good deal of commonsense
grown upon well balanced fertilizer for old and use the best he
'impoverished soil has destroyed ,the the life of the, tree; in much the judgment ;
.i market for seedlings. In proof 'pT same'way that "a man's life is curtailed orchards should contain ,a liberal percentage can. Any observing person ,can al t
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this'I .will state that the ''old seedling, by the use of poor whiskey as a stimulant -' of. potash for the'younger, or ways tell at a glance the treatment w

orchard of W.-Horland of-Paradise l True, some few have been ap chards the quantity of nitrogen in the trees have been getting in' the past

valley in'San Diego' : : plying potash, but largely 'in the form fertilizer might be increased ''with from their generdJo.oks, and there is
; county, by a j judicious
',use:of high-grade fertilizer: of muriates, with its chlorine, instead profit. In older orchards that have always the probability that its fertilizer
applied been well attended to it has been allowance not it -
was as
sulphate of potash which has given large as
\ last and in
; summer. again Jan
: the better results in Florida. found that the mineral fertilizers alone should have been if it is not healthy
uary; was'.brougbt from .an impovererished will give good results looking therefore lef that do
condition to of .. especially potash us see we
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crop 'and sometimes small of our duty i in that and
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a quantity : .respect, depend
such.fine fruit that'it netted its 'owner Pall Treatment of the Peach Orchard.'
phosphoric acid Some claim it the orchard will dolts
also. on duty cor- .
$1, to::$1.90 box. The'Florida :
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per Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. that
sulphate ''of potash produces' a respondingly when the time arrives. F
grower gets' no better price for' his The last peach crop being a partial better quality' of peaches than muri '- C. K. McQUARRlE.
budded:varieties'((with the'possible'ex'cepti failure'in most of the Southern States
ate, although many use thee latter because DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
j n of Tangerines) than he: does behooves every owner, of a 'peach it is cheaper.In I "t" .
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". for; his seedlings, ;. 'simply because he orchard to.put everything in perfect fertilizing, peach trees nothing Nursery Stock and the Famfgatariiiai.
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furnishes his tee with such
_-V as wuTallow it to produce tick plant-food sweet shape. preparatory to another croseason p, pays better than l liberality and nothing I believe the: ,day is near: at hand

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worse than stinginess and the careful when 'this
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every: Jn country
How nurseryman
oftendo' hear If
oranges. we In'mY' peregrinations through tcouritry' e
and observing orchardist knows this t will find.a. fumigatorium! as necessary
said : accustomed travel l
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one"act has forced itself f
well. 'Now'is.the'tinie to do.the.heav a part of hisequipment! as seeds,
and'making1: comparisons between e prominently upon my notice and.it i is i ier:pruning also; some trees will have 1 buds.and grafts. :For,'his own: safety
of differentcouutries
Y ,oranges that theFlorida that the peach growers don't give made considerable new wood this and:the protection of his customers it

e-- 'fruit is sweeter:"and more" pal their'' trees, generally speaking, .jhecare should be thinned out and no"more i ileft'than is now absolutely. indispensable, is
atable. It seems, clear: to my mind and attention' deserve culti-
they is
really necessary. If any i iI many localities. ,Some nursery J8t8 {
that if : to.the soils of
we can supplY' ration'is neglected far too. nuch and I
' ; heavy pruning is necessary, such as i are now fumigating with hydrocyanic ,
our-orchards such elements as'' the tree what. .is worse their fertilization is on cutting off limbs, it should be .done pas every bud that is used, whether 'i it'
quiies'in'themaking" its fruit andin.such'form '
t far too;stingy lines to give profitableresult carefully with, a fine's w and the is cut, from their own trees. or.-eo&Mt'

and( quantity' as to make : One great ;cause, of the San i wound,smeared'' over with a mixture, from,some other. nursery, The trees-
,it a:wholesome'and healthful food for .
Jose scale making such ravages '''i.in of lime and lard, which forms a coat are then passed through 'a fiani_ *

.. w thertree and not'simply;a :;stimulant'or 'some' orchards', is that the trees are_ andptevents'sap from.'oozing when it i t riura before they are delivered i tocustomers. that. ,
breeder of 'dis
F- a : ase/we have '
k : only nbt'-in as thrifty condition -
as they starts running m the.st>riDg. No heavy My experience and a:
Jsuppjjr such afood. to : :
r ; jjgstporiealmost should be,and therefore( are more Ha pruning should b done-after the first perimental'work'.for the past,two yean, -
indefinitely the age.of-maturi i to'all kinds of 'pests and diseases. of because if .
A v'and idecline.of tyIn January, the cut is fresh lead'e to conclude that the:gai treatment
.. .w the'brangevtrec.' : ;: i a.t talk- lately with a peach grower! when sap starts,ten Jtp' one it will 'begin is the.only satisfactory and.inexpensive -
.' :I aiaintain.that; except in' a. small I ne>sta.ted' to me the' fact 'that as ,his' bleeding and ruin the entire tree.t method known
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t. :wajr'and that,only I recently, 'SouthernjCa4ilbrnia ; trees did'-not' him "
t ; 1 give a crop this l I,have observed that as a general rule is at:all practicable for'the:dettructiofi
.. : ;; growers have,. never fertili-
: > aed their citrus trees'with ': I :seasoh.he was going to let them se- we all leave- too much wood on ,our of the San Jose scale.and.other foitctft,
a'.conipletecaiwHJercial
V reli'\alone untilthey would''giv e peach trees and when take into .
; we from nursery stock. Dipper in,U&k*
fertiHzer
and'that
,". :; practt i some account of the last fertilizing. accouaf-the it the _
work gives roots of whale oil
to: soap, of course,, ,hai been
efforts1 in, ,
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thisj they got: No one could '
pursuea.. supply oisturefor : done'
evaporation to successfully; .
;: > ;li rebtei:: : .:being? simply the worse policy' than that and Hun"dfeda very by socw_DUM- -
yet ,
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:. ': .. < ; such a spread of limb and. :surface, of rymen; but who couMaflford, to'y expend -
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Many
grow i of others: are doing the same leaf it.stands" "reason
,':_? tell you.when questioned to that the fruit the money necessary to get ready
upon thing exactly.LTo I production must ffei It,is for.the i -
** generally dippiBg of ,a raffiton trttt .to
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_: a fumigatorium' 10,000 trees; or for less than'"to. cents. .per: thousand\ ,
4 va mftay ai.ti* room',will hold. Can.be trees. The materials_ used,are; water, KILLSSCALE. ::
treated as J' ily:as'one, but h9w aboutt&g .< comHaercial;sulphuric acid. and /usedpofassjura -
; <..4prt g? Everyr:" solitary, tree' i cyanide(9: patent, purl,) =tr ? +ioxrrHRIPJUlC I ,
'rtil beLhindkdora'vatlargeenough'to In,generating;the.gasf,an.old earthen! THRIP JUICE .
\take: v.era11 say ajdozeriratythe ware.vessel],.holding! about! .a gallon

'mottmutbe! ,.. constructed,: and then taken".into. .}which,,,is,placed. water Is Strongly Concentrated, and wkeiii, i : .
-*. 'a:denicr and'-pulley block would be then the .acid,-.and ,finally the cyanide, ; Diluted Directed, it makes :> ':. .
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A ;ueceslwry, to 1 handle them, to sat noth- i in'lumps; the; door is'then:closed and ; i i probably the Cheapest Insecticide : __ :'.. '
} :ing of the stench"disagreeableness:. the operation is .complete\ in from [ 1' in the.World. ; r+, ,.
:of handling,the,trees, .afterwards. Tome thirty .to forty, minutes. For every 1 .- .' _
;at)least,};the dipping process is,out cubicJeej'jO'f f ; ,'air,spacc in .the enclosure UvrnMTON..---,-KAICO...-...*.-OAMCtMTM---**' Used in Florida for 13 'Years.' ,', "
i ;bf'.tbe.question'so, Juas: the ,suppression : 'one ounce by weight,of cyanide pecl&l1)irec\I-_. <>r1$".. ",.. .,. ,
., ,of scale.on, nursery'Jtock' is conea4 one fluid:p p'9f acid and three :.e......s:::x''".1M'r',cjsywspK: : :: -**** I o '..
cerned. '.The,chances of,scale,survivjng.ifdjppin fluid ounces. !: water:should be used. 'li...-;':\nrS::. ':>. 9.5: li"J'lr..if:!:.:=i-.s: I',, H. B. MARSH, General Agent ..,., .- -
i J.are';j many 'times: greater The nurseryman-who resorts to this I 't.: :ri.l2.:FI'-f.'f3'.n.: .... I Okahunika Lake Co. :.,,
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method of i is to i _. :&:= I ,:
than byf fumigation.: fumigation sure_ command -l. '
_HAMMONfft SUM SHOT WOMKS.ti .
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:Last fall and. this spring, ::1 selected public confidence_ and the onlyessentials .... .ft. B0 Sold by many merchants. .' -:
I- :several extreme cases of badly infected { necessary for success are (Ilagood.tlght ) MAKes 1000 HAMMOND'S" SLUG SHOT WORKS, .:: _

: apple,. .pear and, plum..,trees, and. house,:(2)) .t the chemicals, flSilKILL-01-RODSOI, JEW YORK. : -'
'pawed them ,through a fumigatorium. and ((3)) ,careful supervision by somereliableperson ..','"....
They were then.set out.near my house during,,the operation. I I' : '
,where*!.'could keep, them ,under 'constant --W. G.Johnson::((College Park) :Md.) vigorous fight" to place pineapples on St. Louis took 3055; crates, average,>.Y" Y
'1 ,_ observation. All the trees have in The N ationaLN urseryman. the free ,l list, and we were very.fortunate time 3/j days.Cleveland '. .i
made: a:, beautiful growth, and at the in the success we attained*against ,took 8,020 crates,. avers;: .
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4 :present time not a living'scale.can be Pirte.ry. their .opposition.. ,A vote of thanks age time 5 days. %:i"y&
found;upon.any of them; while anap'plearez .' was tendered these gentlemen for their New York took 14,250 crates, aver "
: : (Ben :Davis) that 'was not:fumigated Edited. bv.John'B.Beach West Palm Beach. help, also the F. E. C. ,Railroad for age time 3 days.Philadelphia .
'and.set out as.a check on the Interesting Meeting of Growers.At courtesies extended.Mr took 14,233 crates, average '
other lot;,was literally alive with young the meeting of the. stockholdersof .Porcheri; the general agent, time ;2 y& days. -
scale, ,and bence, was, destroyed to the Indian' River and Lake Worth made a.reportup to September 20, of Boston took 10,728 crates, average '
-, avoid the. spread" of. the:pest to other! Pineapple Growers' Association heldat the. season's work. The- cool weather time 4 days. '"1*
trees some distance away. From Jensen, October i, many items of and heavy, rains in May retarded the Buffalo was reached in 5 days; Omaha ;., : "i
.many ,other tests I have made this interest were brought forward. All fruit several weeks and a good deal 61fancy'fruit f in 55/ days ;: _
summer;upon''.trees infected,with thisscale the reports were in' the nature of par- : ; was shipped too green at Unprecedented efforts had beeii-
.I :ain :convinced that hydrocy.anlc tial and 'preliminary statements only,' first, in consequence.. Tne first car made this year in various directionsto
acid gas, ,properly handled, is the complete: reports to bepresentedat load was shipped to Chicago May rand destrpy the Association. The active '
'the'most satisfactory ,and, .inexpensive: the annual ,meeting in January. by the middle of June twelve\ to efforts were mainly instituted by com
metliod.of t!of treating nursery stock. President Holmes having resigned fourteen cars were moving per day. mission merchants. One ,of the most
,A', building Suitable for fumigatingnursery several::months,ago, the meeting was Up to this time very"good prices obtained i iI active foes who spent as,much moneyas
stock need not; necessarily be presided.over by Mir*; ,C. T. McCarty, I ,, but the unprecedented heated I Ii any: this season to damage the Association
an expensive affair, one.in which from appointed as chairman by Mr.; Mat- i term then ensuing all over the, country has written asking for the
;25,000; to '60,000 trees, according to thams.. caused thousands of crates, received Association fruit in New York this .
size, can be- fumigated! at a time. The !Ir. Matthams said that in the fight at their destination'in fine. condlt10n coming year, and openly threatens
,building about 52',:feet long by IS before Congress for a'tariffon pineapples to decay. before they could be that if it is not given, they will breakup
feet wide i 'and is -divided; .into fourcompartments. last spring, the executive committee sold. Heat and rain lathe field added the Association next year. The
: In_ front .there, are had taken'upon themselves the responsibility ,to the loss, and for several weeks way money has been spent to damage '
t two roams.about'.x4"feet.. square, ,by 7feet of spending $300 in,addition much fruit did not 'pay' much'more us has been by commission men 5011ci -
high f; and two smaller rooms. at to the-$200'appropnated to 'make than cost of packing.. This, was a i ing'consignments from wavering supporters s
the end 4x7' feet. These'latter rooms' Mr. Mccarty a special agent to Wash. misfortune ,against which no precau- of the Association, asking
are:used'for small lots of.stock.The: ington-to pursue the fight.to a close. tion could avail. Refrigerator cars them to just give both a trial shipment '
:. building!u made of rough pine boards This action 'was'endorsed by.vote. were tried at considerable expense, on same day to same market. Then :, .
with Utting.:outside' ,.and.lined.with a The.tariff' secured is a specific dutyof but,while they carried the fruit to destination the commission man would send in
"' :good quality of. flooring{ ,,'.with tarred seven cents per cubic foot and $7 in sound order, as soon as it returns far above the market price and '
paper between.. The ceiling and floor per:thousand on fruit in bulk. The left 'the car it began to decay with unusual the grower would think this proved
'are also'double lined between with'paper old duty was twenty per cent. ad va rapidity, due to its mode of that the Association not gettingas < 3
,' Between ;the, rooms there,js ,a lorem and under it fruit..was invoiced transit. After' the heated term, returns good prices as outside,houses. The .
: double:flue opening from abovewhichis : at $io'per.thousand and thirty cents were good again and at present facts were that in many cases returns, 3
reached by,a ladderjn4therear! 1 ;: .Tof per crate (2# cubi cfeet). This made time are quite satisfactory.Our made i before fruit was sold and
the building.. When;tie ;process. tof he duty only'$2 per thousand and six fruit was handled by a special for double what it actually brought
fumigation is 'over the cap on.the flue cents per crate, against! our present agent in fifty-nine markets. in this L when,sold. To prove this our agents
:is removed and:-the door opened a duty of $7: :per thousand and 'I 7 4 country and. Canada, and shipmentswere had purchased some of these consignments a
:few -minutes:; "later._ The_ i size;: of, thefutnigatorium cents persate. also made to England. In all direct from the commission
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:1 :must" be made-according'tothe This is still.a very ,low duty, about 126,082 crates were handled. by the house at prices in all instances far' below a
:amount nursery 'stOCK ,,han- one-half 'what:we .contended for, yet Association, of which 9,900 were the price returned to the grower
'\'dI: d.:.;The one.I 1 have N in-mind-has a it: will.l secure for us very' substantial merely forwarded by them, having for his fruit. .By this sort of baiting
.'.capacity:of. from:a.millipn.and' a half results. been sold at private,sale before: ship they had, soon induced ma.nyof our
.'.>to.::'\two miUipn trees annually. The Mr., Mattharas, wh .is personally ment. Of the,116,182 crates sold by growers to ship all of their first-class
< trees arc hauled J from; 'the_nursery, and acquainted with ,most; of the largest the Association, 11,035 were'smallerthan fruit themselves and the small fruit
from Ioooo to, 2S, OO, according to growers in the'Bahamas,says ,there is 42; 1,648 'were.425; 49,172 36s; and culls exclusively through the As-
.site,,.a' apacked.aoosely.: 'flat',on ,the one' ;who' will: have 2,000,000 doz. 21,146 305 6,579 245'and under, and sociation. These methdn" if allowedto
; 'ftoor,-tw4ththejooti; :agarsttheoppo'sitetlidotheroom. : fruit next: year, (Joo, oo to 500,000 11,682, fancy varieties. Gross receipts continue will soon accomplish the
; .: f : .., -The. chemicals. _.--- crates" ,-front two to three times our en amounted to $246,802.76. Chicago destruction of the Association, and "
'are tnjSi:prepared j ( by the> ,director and tire crop this year) and does not know took 16,084 crates and the average the sentiment ,of the meeting was to
n .superintendent, :and the door is closedsite what to do with his fruit says he,can't time in transit .to' that point was 3$ take some decided action to compel
guarded'for half an hour. 'In the ship to the- United states, and must days. PUtsbur&took. 8,319, and the support from all shippers, ,either by .
'nwAntime the other! room ,which had seek] 'another.market. average time was 4'3# days. resolution or, if,necessary, dissolutionand
_Bea fimikrly p ckedhas: beenLaired, ,Mr. ''McCarty ,spoke of the able Kansas City took1,471. crates, average -: reorganization. The Association .'
__ :and the:trees removed to-i1i :heelingjtf and zealous work, done to help'him time 4 days. has secured name, and,special market ':.. .
; grounds- or' :,packing'! shieds,.. as' .'-the, by-Mr* R.y\Y.\Davis: 'who secured for Detroit took 1,282 crates, average }quotations\ in many markets for ,
r,cu -y Di his argument reading from the clerk's time 5'days,* Indian River fruit, which always: ranks .:: .
,,; DtHy7 incared is i in the desk before the Committee of the Baltimore took 4,247' crates,'average first tj; ;followed second by Biscayne ':; s
:,doable;handling of the, trees,-:and ,_a Whole, also Senators Quay and Pasco time 2 j ;days.Cincinnati Bay; third,. Florida Keys, and .fourth; :x" ;<:"..r;:
few:cffite forchenuc: :; ;So far as'the and'Mr.'George:B..,Swift of .Chicago. took 7,459, crates, .average Bahamas.'J" ; ';.:I''. ;
< : ; : ; The: Baltimore jr *-, -* ,canners made a very time 25 day .'" ".', '_' ; The attacksthu-1'.,., year.and the. rwult.. __ _' :\' "&\i;,;-::" T

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; {of good,fruit; from, 'our: .agency, tember ouslp-all; and$summer while from I could May keep to down Sep :
II4iii4Slller.;
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;River fruit from) first place, will check loss from '
carrying in that hatchedout
{, r.' 4 ., the;: tendency' to-recognize i it,_'in the in the drying house.eggs For this Iadopted (PERRY DAVIS' growers.are.
:markets generally;and quickly as the of A Sure *a4 !aft Remedy ia ence. Give

.. ,a*well,-supported agency. ,could forcer tobacco, and plan picking overhauling off the worms my every cut tad< every kind :

.... '" 4 its r.ecogiJition. .... J. "B. B. about the third day after pruning off of Bewfti Complaint.
Q the leaves. I paid children five cents

: Tobacco. per: dozen for worming it Had to ain-tfi/ler d: TE
=,--. - - - - bacco hung:on laths as Moodie sug
> ;Interesting Tobacco:ExP i en-c : gestsfor Sumatra. MARY T.

-''EditoiYumer. ,and'Fruit, Orowen Poison should not be used on tobacco nil to ft trot i ftattment and
4 Personally feeling the need of It can't fee Bade too
a just prior to its being cut, gathered stroag Richard
i w s "money cr p" :since the great freeze, printed. This gives the tobacco or too. ...pMtIe.It Nos.sib and
I-have been giving a.good deal of at- moth a chance to "get m" her work, Garden Importers ;
tention to the tobacco industry, and and causes us to get in more,work I It ft simple! safe anfl qtdek tatoes and
; the.more. I investigate, 'it, and the than we want,to, or have our tobacco eve for by through relative

.more' .experience have in producing destroyed. I will now close this article Cramp ,,0eug1t, Rheumatt.. send for one
>: it, the, more I am convinced that it is by saying that I raised what every 1ema1da.Diarrh .
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;7 F now our "best holt," SO.to speak. ape said fine
was a crop, and experts le 0muP. !
:--Last f spring a year'ago I undertookto said it was a.high grade of tobacco.On '.
raise a small patch-an'acre or sucha a little more than one acre I had Two .... 88e. and aoo.e .
matter.: Had no difficulty in gettingmy six hundred and fifty pounds for th .
plant beds and plants, by the millions first.crop when pole cured and have Keep It by yoL "Beware ofImlutl.
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apparently, but was delayed on now. the
on poles, of the; first sucker r Centrist Davia'
account of fear of frost, until the crop, about two hundred Ptfry .
'f' pounds .. .......
ground got dried out, then I waited more. S Zd .

... :for, rain till my plants in the plant Will..finish up in an other article
beds got. too tall,and spindling .an'd.1 unless the editor "shuts off my wind,"
,= had to wait again on young! plants and cries, hold 1 enough. !
then it got too hot, couldn't get them T. B. HICKENLOOPER. four feet high and strips fastened
to live. So, having a poor stand of Francis, Fla. length ways near the top on which, i is ,
irregular sized plants andnot: in good laid a'covering of weeds, grass or straw

condition. I abandoned. effort.The FARMERNotes aqd TRIIgKER.t which keeps oft the hot sun, the beat
see.now. how and why I ing rains and prevents scalding. Thus
r first mistake was in.-waiting on -. -
had and
: good stocky plants are being
of,fear of frost; second was in waiting of Local Travel. carefully transplanted into the field ;
: for rain third in old Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower.'
using too-
to ; ,spindling soon a crop of cabbage is had and
and stunted plants., I have thought for some, time I much preferred to the old crop shipped
:Lastspring:: I tried it again, on, the would write of things seen in Duval into the State. . I
,'same' ground-new black-jack anturkey d county along the St. Johns river. I I found turnips;rutabagas, etc., up 'f''f'x
oak land, ,all ,poor pine land spent a week in that section. As I and growing finely. Some planting !
and high except a little corner that went down( ,in my buggy I saw many Irish potatoes. The sweet potato crop
a runs: into the,flat woods, and of little evidences of thrift and things that werepleasant seemed to be.large and from the appearance .
value for anything. Notwithstanding to behold; but found too ; of vines a very large yield : :::
,the 'drputhy conditions last spring many nice, large, comfortable homes will be had. Cane crop looked very
+: agaiir; and through*the early summer, unoccupied going to decay, barns, fine and seemed to be large and promising -$.
I succeeded in getting a fairly good fences, etc., fast passing away. Much an abundance of sweetening for

stand.. ; I money had evidently been spent to the'homes. and to sell, besides ,what Smooth 1!
;I ;had previously fertilized my make all these substantial improvements the small boy and.girl,chew. <
ground with cottonseed meal and low : ,but hopes were blasted and I The orange grove is receiving i its i
grade potash, and the plants ,soon hearts made sad by the disastrous effects share of attention too, though small ABBAKA ;
found a congenial soil for their rootsto of the great freeze. Some lost t and coming up in a number of sprouts
operate in, as was shown by their their all-others, discouraged, returned around the old stumps, thus giving i it
rapid growth and beautiful ,color. I[ to former homes, etc., while thosewho the appearance of a natural or wild
did not wait till the plants got sick or I .remained are working with vi rand grove. The\rees are being trimmed, P. 0. BOX
billious looking, but anticipated their I energy and are recovering from budded and cared for, so after,while
needs by giving them the rest of the the blow that so despoiled this favoredsection. oranges will again be carried in quan. HOME
alloted amount.' ,of fertilizer: This I[ titles to the now empty packing houses.
$J.: did about two weeks after setting out k I found the farmers busy,every one, I reached Mandarin about 4 o'clock.
\\t the:plants. I kept'up the cultivation, putting out seeds of all I kinds. Many A lovelier spot can hardly be found ,
If' regularly about once a. week with were setting cabbage (August 24)) and the main avenue is bordered with massive -
t;,. horse, and cultivator, doing no handhoe i plants were doing well. The lands low, spreading live oaks with .
c work of any consequence. were pretty and well prepared and immensive grape vines climbing over
r Cut worms caused much extra workIi fertilized. These cabbages, they said i, and through them, so that the sun
,in resetting plants for the first few would be ready for market In two hardly reaches,the ground in the street. Of the
:& weeks,{ then commenced the war months, when they expected good 'Tis a lovely sight-handsome homes
t:1t( against the horned and bud worm. It prices and no competition. 'Tis true, on each side; good schools, churches :
t or was a war of.the allies for their 'suppression Northern cabbage will be on the mar. and stores. Mail daily by steamer. ABBAKA,

: and extermination ,The allied [- ket, but fresh.new cabbage will not, The St Johns spreads out like a large QUEEN,
; powers consisted myself and a except from those gardens, and surelye ] lake in front of this fairylike place
brigade of red wasps.. I used a three :-cabbage is' much to be preferred!I But .the lovely sheet of water is made QUEEN
r.O! pound 'can_with open top and'bottom ito that which has grown old and at times by the floating hyacinths to xA1, :
r : punched' full of holes, and nailed strong. South Florida should take a resemble a shallow lake covered with '.to ::
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',to the handle of an old broom, from lesson from these gardeners, and all flags and grass. I bear and read so :
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w. > :which 'I dusted the tobacco with a our cities and towns should be supplied much of the hyacinth being so troublesome :
'mixture- :of,Paris green and,corn'meal.' with fall cabbage and greensgrown and dreaded, but I found it ; :
,I could l 'never tell which_was the most I adjacent thereto; had some friends as well One man Or to *
efficacious, the:'I poison or:the wasps, These, beds are raised"(our to six wanted all he could get for fertilizer
as but very few worms ever lived i inches above the general surface- at $1.00 per ton. ,Another said ,all
.through the same day -they hatchedout. made-rich and in size about three fBride set the cattle were very fond of it, and
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: <''(,tie matter' anymaie: ,'as the hyacinth is'paid.forTthe seed. We need a strict Welborn and he sent me a sample .. ,

:: beit"aU: niic laws The ,fish are',protected law/to: protect the buyer of, seeds, as stalk' last year's growth, the,appear.
tiY ,and,multiplying :and the fisherman well as, and'asmuchas, we do a law ance ,of which confirms this belief.

'- ;with his nets;,ii unit," ;That,,forstt4 to,protect the:buyer fertilizers, An,examination of an open 'boll from

rears one could only with much ,' *And,some day I feel 'sure-we shall l iny patch.shows a fairly good staple .,
.loss of time'and 'trouble catch with, a have, it. ? : 'M.' CHESEBRO., but does not approach Sea Island in -- -
4 c hook and \line a mess of fish for'family .-.. -- length{ and.firmness:, At the conclu A MAN ,-'',.'.

., UK and 'had.toJ take:any that ,wouldbiter The Wonderful African "Tree" sion of our test I will give a completeand ways Across attracts the street attention.lugging So a does water a man melon show al. ';-

., J&ui now, one can'get'a.mesa of Cotton. detailed'report of the results. In ing Wny up? the Because superior men qualities like a good of Page fence*

.bream: i,or'a trout.or;his choice as.the Papers of recent date, including the the meantime the cotton planters need PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO.;Adrian; Wefe. .

'nets.are gone and the providential Atlanta Constitution of Sunday, have not, grow wild over this 'wonderful1

.'acin his_ protecting the fish c wonderful stories of a new phenon e.al cotton.. I would not ad

.I passed a farm seemingly employed cotton from' Mid-Africa, the seed of vise them ,to pay a cent a, seed-$60 a
,largely in; the culture,of bonnet squash. which was introduced'into this country pund-for it,-the'price that I understand -,

Upon inquiry\at the,'next farm I ,was in the same ,mysterious 'and 'romantic will be demanded.'Yes .
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.'- told that,a: Northern man had experi- way in which some street medicine ,. I have seen,Mr. Jackson's
.1ntmted for a year'or two and found fakirs get their nostrums. Someof acre patch, recently, and instead of --'

'the business. of 'raising squashes good the seed was given ''to' Thomas A. being old red clay it is a regular'dung- "FUMA" CARBON .

and profitable Said he took out the J Jackson, who. lives not far from Atlanta i ill, a, rich old garden spot. There BI
.rag,' 'shaped'and,bound,them for' insoles (Ga.. It, is sajd that only fifty- is nota, place on the Experiment (arm -SULPHIDE."The .
=; for ''shoes and sold all he:could'make'at seven of'the seeds germinated when equal to it in fertility., The plants best remedy in every respect for killing ..
grain insects i is
good prices .'There may be ;planted in ,the spring of '95, from stand close together, which naturally' heap: effectual Bi-sulphide and easy to of apply.Carbon.-Ala*It Ex.u .

'left;; other industries' 'in Florida that which enough seed was gathered to makes, them grow straight up on a Sta., Send Bulletin for free 61.illustrated pamphlet. It is in-

want..,development. A hint to, the plant; thirteen square feet in '96. This single stem, and I believe any signs of cresting,readable and will save you money.
wise is.sufficient the branches were pinched off in their in- EDWARD R.TAYLOR,Cleveland, Ohio ,
.. year :newspapers say that :Mr. Less than loo-lb. lots supplied by S. G. Sear- '
This section has'good, land, good Jackson planted six acres on plain old cipiency. It may be interesting to lu g,Jacksonville. ,Fla. '
: homes, good and hardworking' ,people red clay soil and:that he has. a magnificent know that :Mr. Jackson once dealt in v

f and,.ere:,long will bloom again as crop. It.is claimed that the j a 'Wonderful Bean,' though is no

rt- in bygone ;;days "'" A. B. C. new cotton crop will yield three to longer heard,of since his Klondike cotton THE STANDARD

X ,Winter .. Notes.- four bales per :acre; that the plants is being so skillfully boomed for >ARTS GREEN
Park grow from twelve to fourteen feet the market."-Griffin (Ga.) News DUSTER.One .
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: .....
high that the staple is
so long as to
The. low ground ,of this
gardens The Coral ,Berry.
out-sell Sea Island that there is
; great .
vicinity were a little late in
beingplanted
excitement about it, etc. man can dust an acre of tobao o
: account. of the Editor Farmer and Emit Grower.
delay,occasioned plants in an.hour thereby saving boa
Col. R. ''
+ by the excessive wet.;'weather J, Redding,,.director ,of the This is the most unique and remarkable and even days of tedious hand-plckin .

,a short"time ago;: upland gardenhowever Georgia Experiment Station, was in berry ever introduced; it is a Price $5.00; with this paper one year
the city,yesterday.and had the follow distinct of fruit $6.50. Address the editor, box 624,'
were planted ,as early as type differing widely
.. ing to say about the matter : Jacksonville, Fla. -,'"
from other 4
of
usual and are 'doing well Tomato any variety berry tow
: m plants __especially promise ,a prolific eI- tried very, hard to get some of cultivated at the present day. Thecoral Testimonial
the seed for careful
testing, but with
yield of fruit berry is a bush, of avery vigor
Yours of the 2ist to hand and
duly
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out'success. finally procured a few ,
-.L and stout habit of with
is
BollirisCollege' starting an acre our growth,
seeds of of of in reply I beg to.say I am well
a partner Jackson ( undoubted very
on of its lower large spreading and
lakeside attaining
,garden a piece tops a
1 pleased with the performance of the
ground with the view to supply ,purity) and have in progressa height of from four to six feet., The "
"Paris Green Duster. I used it
careful test competition with on
:ingahe: college table with many vegetables very foliage is'very handsome, finely cut
tobacco and it did good work.
;of its own raising. The work twenty other varieties, including only and ,a beautiful ,silver color. The my
the native improved varieties, such as fruit which is Yours etc.,
in the
produced
isincharge.of.an ,
: : experienced garde great
W. H. HEATH
are advertised. sold at cents'per ,
50
ner.' est abundance is inclosed in a burr o r
bushel and upward by the originatorsor ,Nashua, Fla., July 23, '97.
The 'orange:trees have. bee'n growing husk until it starts to ripen, when the
'well,'many of them being as large improvers, and by the seed dealersofthe burr opens and exposes the berry.

ts as,the frozen trees whose places they: country. I find nothing very The berry is of good size and when

.fill,. ,Many of; our 'groves will undoubtedly remarkable in the so-called African fully ripe is of an intense, fiery, crim l lo rida:
cotton. It has short stems containing color this is 'Lands ;
deliciously
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afford to our coming tourists r son ; berry most -
in'a'large measure 'that old time from two to five bolls-of fair size. It flavored, being of a rich acid flavor

delight, ',that. Northern people,experienced has usually one or two branchingstems and spiced with a delightful aroma, Oranges
; .before,the freeze in our cultivated that proceed from near' the entirely different from any other berry. t

; Florida landscape. There will be ground and these contain the same arrangement The fruit of the coral berry is used for r re ( "Resorts( .
of short fruiting spurs. all that strawberries
few oranges in this immediate vicinity. purposes are used ,
Some sections however not far distant Owing to ,this arrangement of th for. Tbe coral berry ispropagatedby [nvestments

S: will have a good;many boxes. A gentleman branches the main stems grow taller, suckers, like the ordinary red rasp .'
probably to 20 cent taller than .
15 per -
from the berry.
neighborhood towns of Developments '
,Oakland reports a probable yield of Dost other varieties. ,it now promisesproduce S. L. WATKINS, .

i j., 200 boxes.from.his ten acre grove. t6 no more cotton per acre Grizzly Flats, Cal I Attractions,
Winter Park Oct. than the average product of the twenty .I.'.
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9. other varieties. The agriculturist of Favors the Fence Law. Addruf

..; 'Seeds Good and Bad. this section thinks it will prove less Editor Farmer and Fruit- tower: G. D. ACKERLY,

..Bdltof' Farmer and Fruit Grower: productive than any of the, other va. Your paper speaks of the razor back CCNCRAL MSStNCCR ACCNT.
It seems' to me about time, therewas rieties. It has no botanical characters and the devils, but your correspondent THETROPICALTRUNKLINE,

'- some law, ,enacted to' protect the indicating that it is even a new species;. did not read his Bible thoroughlyor .aACKSONYILLL.itOAtDA i ; __, "
: :tiller of,the soil from poor, mixed or much less a new genus., It so happened he would know that some of those .

'worthless seeds, and to protect the ,;in planting the twenty-one+ hogs could swim. I saw one of them At Fort White the "...-'
P .honest> dealer>in,seeds from the rogue. ri ties that-one.variety of local Georgia the.other. day and he has the phosphate plants
all full time and
are running on they :
1.,bought; four-;quarts 6i Early 'Coryneet origin,occupied adjacent rows and devil inhanlyet. are now shipping large quantities, of ',::
corn 'and.don't think one-tenth proves almost identical 'with this so-: Please tell the man who wrote rock. >

'of'k;ever,gern nafed.. That, was in called foreign cotton, differing, indeed, "Sound Stock Law," that the fence -
1897.; ;I ;J bought' two and 'onehalfounces only 'in not growing so tall ; but it law is right and as it.should'be. If One of the date palm trees in the

'of onion seed in October and promises larger yield.. I am of'opinIon hogs bother me I will shut them up in garden of the'MUses Peck, in St. Augustine
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'November; .1896' ,,and did not get two that the Jackson.cotton is simplya a fence not over three feet high and is heavily laden with fruit that ,

.b helot'onionaI: .: :; Bought them for variety of domestic origin. not feed them either. If the owner is nearly ripe. : :
Bermuda': seed, ':,but did not get one- "In fact, .I believe it to be identical wants to make trouble I will tell him :The'cotton caterpillar is doing great :':

half bushel out of the crop of 'Bermud with what is called 'Jeff Welborn'sPetjavariety that as my fence is not a legal fence damage to the Bermuda grass lawns at :} ,,'

::9a ODL ,I generally get ,eight ,grown by Mr.;Welborn; to keep hogs out, it is not a legal fence Fernandina. -; _
'bushels'from:one ounce of seed- The an ,Ar1r nsa.s' planter. with especial I to keep them in. Let a whole countytry 1rla]. John Swiogley's tobacco farm =" '

l!_tirue i injwaitmg on poor.seed,is reference to the practicability of picking : it and see the Legislature scramble at Seffner was recently 'robbed of'a, .':;Hf ,.

nixiea',theloss',of .the money that I it by machine. I wrote td :M rf|,;I change the'law. No-FExca.s large quantity of high grade tobacco::{ -::,;'; :'!t
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.. ,.!f .. ,' -, ., : ., eaves' with a few- erns"for decora- aid of pastesand powders. 'Do not ;
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/Weunderstand the.?tobacco. growers ,l.SeHPoseulos..: tion.A, pocket for brush and comb may as.s diinen s.collect In a short j j
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__ :of':Lakeland: carried 'their tobacco'ta'Tit There s.something wrong about.the be square-cornered and the dimensions time 1
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:dispose:of, !it-' at 'aoyiprice. ,.i:Perhaps 1''=
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who advise .ns how 'to shop cry out the pocket into two' compartments, a J
.:t;.,._.. .the/ '%arket' is !gluttepV'-,PtoDtyCottftcr. .> against:the crowds on sales days, but giving one third'of the width to the Pure Orange.Jelly.
--!"" ';',. she; >who, has:;to count every :penny comb and'the remaining two-thirds: to For Our, Rural Home.I .
,"Th price': ,of ,tobacco has.;varied knows that she'saves much by braving the brush. Bind, decorate, and hang have seen in recent numbers of ';,1
; from'25.to.40 cents, ,and it is quite safe these throngs of shoppers and that with rings as ,with the ,other cases. the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER several
,to rsay; .that I! ;.the';average, will be ;,35 good, nature' and patience. alone are Use for the.ringsHemingway's cro- ..communicationst concerning orange J>
ceate, .or:-very: "close]< 'to Jhat"figure,, necessary;.to comfort; 'When shopping chet silk. PRISCILLA.A jelly, yet no satisfactory method ,
a: Where: no'crop that ..wtknow of that the,well-bred woman is distinguishedfrom seems to have been presented for ,
: :will i be as'profitable as tobacco" at 30 her less gracious neighbor by her Little Talk on the CookStove.For making a good article easily and ]',
:..Y ''tcents.-Bartow'' Courier-Infonri-:- helpfulness{ her courtesy and the cheaply. By'-using' the"orange juice <
ant.: absence of any trace of annoyance., It Our Rural' Home. alone the. jelly .is expensive, and by ;w
TiM.. premium.list .of'..the\Florida is, moreover, the well-bred woman I Now .don't mean to say to con- mixing gelatine with the'juice.the pro ,:
:'StateTTobacco, Fair;.has,been complete who is calm in an emergency, from !verse, sitting or standing, on this;userul duct is not very desirable I think
; ;;;buff; r lack of time! 'and 'pace; we shopping to sudden death in the fam I furnishing as one might infer-from. hat the.best way to make a satisfactory -
,are i unable to publish' It this ':week ily. The nervous, excitable t1 er i this misleading heading, but to talk ; orange jelly easily and cheaply;
Cashprizes: 'aggregating over.$300.are drops on her knees in prayer when her .about.,the. stove. It is a,fact that everybody and also lemon and pine; apple jellies,. / :
,- ,offered for J tobacco:exhibits alone, ;besides child is in,convulsions, oradds to the r cannot.make a good fire; is.to use as a base the juice of the citron ,!
,; :numerous prizes for various other general commotion by an attack 'of l they.use plenty'of fuel, and make an or pie melon; and I offer the fol-'
attractions. The, list will ,Appear-,in hysterics, leaving others to ministerto I abundance. : smoke,, but. somehow it owing method of operation: y
next week.-Lake takes them' time Peel the pie melon cut it into small
full.... City ;Reporter herbaby.: Such women are help a long to get the fire ,
Mr. c H. S. Chubb' "Winter .Park, is less when most needed, are irritable going well. pieces> put these in asuitable vessel, ,-
going into; .camphor raising,sand: will over trifles,..and'are the very shopperswho What is the reason ? add a very small quantity of water, 1'
soon have i.ooo trees set out. ;He will elbow their neighbors and'with:a Watch.an inexperienced servant and and heat slowly and carefully.' 'The ..,
pfobablyiadd' to that number .and. see loud voice dispute, with the clerks. rou,will.see.that she.crowds in the paper pieces soon become soft, the. juice"
what .can.be..done in that industry; Annie, Laurie ,must have been: well- or shavings so: closely that she separating readily. When the mass ,
.-, With his,usual push and enterprise Mr. bred, because "her voice. was low and leaves:no space for the air to circulate ; has been sufficiently! cooked, pour
< Chubb is the"first man,to begin the culture sweet." The loud-voiced: noisy woman -- the,sticks are also laid on. beautifully the contents of the kettle into a -
of camphor on anything like an extensive is never, a refined woman. In regular with the same absence .of cheese-cloth strainer. Then.if orange 3
Y scale. the:cultured,home voices are low'and paces; ; of course the ,fire will not .jelly is to be made, cook slices of.an. '
M ..Heriry" Boyer' orange grove at gentle,. doors are closed, quietly ,and bum, simply ,sputter'and smoke, then i orange including the peel (amounting *
Switzerland in: a flourishing condi the rattle of ,dishes or the clatter of ,. in,nine::cases out of ten, go completely to about one orange to a quart of J
tis out and the, will have the juice) with the juice for some time and j
tion. It :
which are now bearing, .and he confidently triousbut noisy,maid,is: less desirable blackened kindlings take out and strain, and with this orange-flavored I'

expects a.\crop of'at. .1 least.fifty than,a gentle, incompetent one in Mrs. re-lay. juice make the jelly in the usual way. <
': boxes this season,'while the crop next LoftyV spacious abode. The stand- I know of nothing more vexatious If the jelly is not sufficiently flavored f
:' year will be near 500 boxes., Does,this' ard 'of culture.of'a village ,community than: a refractory.fire; I, well rem em. more orange slices may be'cooked .1
,look as if the;:orange industry is dead ? is evidenced by the noise or. quietness her.once.making one,over three times with the melon juice. |
Judge Doggett, of Jacksonville, .deserves with, which i 'it assembles for Sqnday. Before I could get it to burn; that Lemon and pineapple jellies may
the thanks :-of,the State, as ',well' worship, the refined: ; gentle:worshiper was years ago. I,was both disgustedand be made in 'the same manner. It
,as,Duval county., With a few, more quietly entering, while one; 'less, well- sooty before discovered the' se- seems desirable tohave the melon ,
like him and1!Judge' Stewart, of Volusia I: bred,, bangs the pew* door, drops,his cret:of success,: that,circulation of air juice as concentrated as possible, and ;
the lawbreakers of the State would cane, and thus annoyingly, proclaimshis is absolutely necessary in .J building a with this object in view, after obtain-
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hare to emigrate., Judge ,Stewart: has, 'arrival. On days of joy'quietwo; fire.But ing some juice, I sometimes add juice F
T always said ,"Bring, the' ;law-breakers: } men rejoice,none the Jess heartily! than a }housekeeper need not bother instead of water to the pieces of
and the. proof to convict and,I will. do does, ;Mr::, Peacock. with her" loud with paper or shavings where Florida melon.
,'duty,1' and'he does. The. criminal : laugh, while when sorrow enters'the, pine cones 'are,available, for, nothing ;This melon juice flavored with orange .
my to fat-wood.. lemon, etc., as I have suggested ,
courts of Volusia and Duval counties home, who more potent than she who is equal cones or' ,
will be given a with berth' by law slips ,i in and wisely sits by you in si 'Have your paper and 'shavingsloose forms a stiff!,and beautiful jelly, but Jam
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GazetteNews.The lence? .. ,and, ,your. sticks laid "skewang- not sure as to its keeping,qualities. 3
breakers.-Daytona ular" as{:fwe used.to say when children, Possibly some other readers of .your
farmers of Moss Bluff, Marion Wall Pockets. and the wood will catch. Whenyouroven : ; paper may be able to speak more defi
county,.have about completed the,harvesting : For Our'Rural Home. 'does ,not heat quickly, take off nitelyconcerning the matter.
of their corn crop: W._ E.. A few pockets, to hang near the the top of stove and.see.if you cannot MRS_ B,
Martin, G. F. .Manson andv. dressing table will be found very use- find,a ,deep layer of soot and ashes .
Smith seem ,to. have,been the 'most ful.Brown that have collected over the oven ? As A Oreat Opportunity I

"'. successful growers. Their yields were linen is .a good material for soon.as :you remove this you will seea We give away, absolutely free of
i? as follows: Martin, on two acres, 150 them. Make ,two.pockets for
10x3 3 great change.Do cost, a limited time only, The Peo
fi bushels; Manson, on five. acres, 400 inches for,curling.iron. and scissors. you ever'wash.;your stove ? Probably ple's Common J-Jense-Medical Adviser,
: ,bushels; Smith! on six. acres, 1,350 Cut a piece of pasteboard ten inches you do not. At :least tHe..greater by R. V. Pierce, M. D., Chief Con
r: bushels. With these figures before us long and three,, and one half inches number of housekeepers do not; suIting Physician to the Invalids' Ho
'will anyone argue thrt' corn cannot be wide. Taper,one;.end to one and one they,simply rushit off, with':whisk or tel and Surgical Institute, a book of
i ,profitablp grown. Florida? half inches,.rounding both ends. Cut cloth and then apply the polish. 1008 Jarge pages, profusely illustrated,
The rainy season that has been so another.piece eight inches long four Just thinks moment and see if you bound in strong paper covers to anyone
: ," general over Florida- will fill\ up.the inches,wide at one end and the other consider it a clean habit.: sending 21 cents in one-cent'
;} > lakes, branches and riyerstth; these end)tapered.to match the Ismail'end There are.moreor less spots or spatters stamps, to cover cost of mailing. cpfy
f' fulTof: water for the winter the 'temperature of tfic first piece. Cover both pieces or "boil-overs" from spider and Over 680,000 copies of this compete '
J" 'will be considerably moderated ,, with linen,and sew together. Decorate kettle that\ cannot be removed by mere Family Doctor Book already sold' in"L
;. 'The SL Johns river is now flowing the front with a few violets and brushing, and the poishbides\ 'aim cloth binding at regular price 'of$i..J v: '::- '
iA :over its banks and has not been'so leaves ,worked with Spanish floss. ply scatters them but doesnot really World's Dispensary Medical Association .:;; "-
high'for. years. The hyacinths are Bind the top of the.pocket.and the, remove them. Buffalo, N, 'Y.S --. :"
it sent far:. inland andcattlemen: of the, edge of the.case with narrow violet How much better to wash:the stove "
f: :south'end, of the' couDty.are ,accord? ribbon.l A crocheted ring sewed to before applying the-.blacking i! The old, old settlers say that irethe '
f- ,.J jngly-pleased, asthe; .pest is :Considered .. the top serves to hang'the case by.: I.use'a strong.suds, of pearline and winter: season sets in with the fat""
t.I., .. *"' fine feed for ,cattle-keeping 't the ;A 'pocket for .the whisp may be hot water, 'which quickly removes woods: and ponds full of water;700-: __
_'+- :ciulejn: good,-order during,the whiter, asadeto correspond.{ It; should :be grease.and'accumulations, .and:I 'find can look for, a mild winter cert.- ; : .
..- ever.' they; yare, ."accessible.De.laandRecord.r \ ,- 5' xft.inches. The top..and bottomof that the: polish lasts,'much longer (no The-coming winter then will be ._ -
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". ,;... ,<:.J :large...qi Jty! ,::bfirice:, is' ',being. bound with'ribbon.? Sew/thepocke; surface flat woods'in a boat Voiviii', l :{
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"' 'THE" '>' WONDERFUL. ... _- RECOVERY'jDrtIt > dy1 ijyb.wi11: 'glad ly:answer any i qniries.Si' .'* ,a complete fertilizer i; >; ,

!' VMISS_ ; HATTIE: 'KINO. TOMPKISSpUNTr TKOF,:NBV TOBK, \f8'Charles'MiBurjiett .. (AK the 'others are' phb&- .-

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t."., ,' : oeing duly sworn 5 .. phori acid and nitrpen. : r"
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Stricken to!,_ 'the Bed,and ''Upon' the' and say's';regideg lie is'thelBt at Nor p-father:'94, :Unmboldt of.Hattie Street King, .- Too: l5 little ,Potash is sure to result i in a partial crop. ,; \
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Y '! yheit! Hope Had AIs -' ,i is,a true report' of his statement. An illustrated'book which-tells .what Potash la, how"lt' *i-?*

: /i R 9St Fled--:The Best Phy.sklans .- /-/ unABLESM.BURNETT,. Jl' should be'used, and how.,much Potash a well-balanced," '.': '

S '. : :Failed to 'Do /Subscribed- and- sworn to before. me fertilizer should contain, is sent-free to.> all applicants':::::,"'.: .
May 8; 1891. rete Send your. address. '. '
r \ AHythlng for Her.ihelttiacanflthaca. "
e. C., K.WOLCOTT, 1
K OERflAN .!CAL! WORKS t.,New Yotkt .
93 Nwtu. Y '. '
Itom'' : N.: ?:. Notary Public.
: In'and for romp Y. ,
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Misa nattie King'of 94 uuuiuuiuu St.. Dr. 'Vilimns': Pink Pills for Pale Peer "" .c.-
y'ltha ea-.N.T: ,,'who 'was>recently stf ill pIe contain all the:elements to Prof. ,McCarthy, entomologist of the Education of T' ) .

'J' 'that little hope:;was. entertained for her give new lie./andrichncss; to necessary:the blood North Carolina station announces the ;,.
: :recoveryhas entirely "fecoered h r'health I and restore shattered'nerves. discovery of a new tobacco pest in the BODY -

.. Her case is: one of unusual In: 'sold .in,boxes, .(never.in loose They are Gelechia picipelis.: The insect is not new, '-
formrby
found ;wherever the bull nettle -
'* O'terest..Following' substantially _the, the dozen or:hundred) at 50.cents a ,box, being 1- MIND.S : :
s Llanguage, of>her stepfather-Charlea. M. or six boxes for $2.50 and grows, upon, which ,it commonly feeds, S .
may be had of
::, 'Burnett! ,;'corroborated: ,by, .that :of the: all druggests or directly by mail from Dr. hiving only. recently acquired the tobaoco : MORALS.:.
habit Prof. McCarthy describes it'as
mother in speaking. to a,reporter of the Williams'! Medicine Co.; '
m r Ithacan. ,:, N.'Y., Schenectady, about two-tenths of an inch long, and, FREE .; ::

E .. with :wing expanse of from about -TUITIONX-, :. -
Ite- one-half to three-fourths of an inch. The
A half: billion dollars is the amount general color is yellowish'gr.ay.the; head Taa -

which, according to the .estimates made and chest paler than the wings;the primaries yAGRIG1JL
by the expects of,the agricultural department being marked by a, few 'smoky FLko1UbA

the, farmers of this country will streaks, and a'marginal.row' minute Ttfl IUt
receive for their 1897 crops*in excess: of black dote; It belongs to the same.family '
what.they received in 1896. There 'willsui'e1y.be ,,as,the: clothes,and fur moths, and to COMkBGH : :

atr advance In'the price of rye the fiy.-weevil, eo destructive to crib d 18 .
supported by grants from the National Gov= ; '
for export and corn;unless the damage ,corn.,, ernment. ,All tuition free to all student -
done,by droughts has been greatly,.overestimated The most promising.remedy at 'presjnt From Florida. Open; to males and female:

will get back to nearly its old- Prof. :McCarthy adds, is the extirpation board Women at board College with Mesa families Hall In for town.$10.00 Hen
time.''price. Prom' many states comereports of the bull-nettle-in'all tobacco sec month. A most healthy location. College per.
,, of poor:potatoes, so that dollar tions'and the prompt plowing under or surgeon attends all students free of charge. :

potatoes are, confidently'expected., And removal ,all tobacco stumps as soon as Four Military courses discipline of fnstru.ction-.4gMNcl'ural similar .to West Point., 4 y

all over the country factories are starting, the ropis gathered. Metlutnlcal,Latin Scientific and Jrom n.'*. --
trains,are"moving,. merchants and shippers .*:. Superior equipment in Laboratories. Give '
and millions Florida Florida is degrees of Band! A, D. Fall Term opens
a.ie'p.usy, of men and Agriculturist: beginning Monday, October 4th, 1897. For catalogues .
women money to buy are calling for to "brush up.for winter visitors and giving full information address,

the'p duct'ot.the farmers' toil. At least tourists. This is all right but, ,if they W. F. 'YOCUM President
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-- -'- this is the hopeful view taken by Farm would depend more on summer' crops Lake "
Florida.
MISS HATTIE ,KING. News.. than on winter tourists they would. be City,
i' '"Hattie.la/now seventeen better off. L
:; ;; years old ,
(j fA.year 5? Colonel Thomas T. Wright, of Nashville < ...
ago last'August she began to complain ;:There is less cotton.in sight than a year
=k ., "x>f dizziness,which became graduLally ago, and the. partial ,failure of the crop Kansas City Journal: Thanksgiving Tenn., an enthusiastic believer in
.worjse. She suffered excessive nau- in Texas ,will 'offset the greater acreage !should continue fortyeight5hours! this the. development of the South and an -2

?'fiea'and attaks of!\vomlHng. There were planted. If the farmers are not in 'too year, and include two turkeys for each earnest advocate of closer relations .be- -

days.when she'could keep little or noth greatahurry; to sells the price of cott n family. There will be too much thankfulness ween.Chicago and the(Gulf States, belief "

ing/on/her ,Stomach.. She also was will no>>doubt keep in, time with the ad to crowd into the usual,twenty the South to be a'rich India. The electric -

'. 'troubled with kidney disease. ,Her vancing prices of other .farm, products. four hours limit. spur of industrial" progress has
blood< ;was'so thin that the drop or two The general revival,''J in business will in- touched the"South said Colonel
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,drawn'by the rfck'-of ,a needle was al- ,sure the cotton grower a good price* President McKinley said to the soldiersof .County' agricultural fairs have taken'the :
.moet as_ colorless l as water. She had ** .# the (1. A..R. at Buffalo The! army Mate of political conventions. Take the
.tr oubl&witli her,heart and ,often .fainted of Florida. I doubt if any other
of Grant and, the of Lee are together.
.army
The San Prancisco Chronicle The State in the Union is more alive ,
from the slightest exertion >risT says: to the '
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as .
upon; orb in
: They are now in.faith,
of the
\ day happy-go-lucky farmer is importance of
xs ing from bed, or from a chair. fraternity in and in invincible great popular assemblies
:y*Another bad gone. There: is nowise trying. He cannot purpose, in the interests of industrial advance
,was'a cough,
symptom patriotism and therefore the is
country "
'which s ,makeit.; : :If lie will not change bis ment. During the past winter Florida
was in
in
no danger. justice strong, policy,
methods ho well lie down
may as and die assembled three national
n .. pinionfo friends great conventions
hat.she'
.g and in devotion to the all
secure, flag .
and'have', it over with. The the ,national '
was e/, SholoFtfleshrapidly.., easy struggle defense convention, -
.of the ,old-fashioned farmer to live one. the national roads .
Sometimes she would be confined to the good congress and the
the
The. and blue
of
t : wearers can
grey
bed ;for 'two or three weeks, ,then be.raround under modern conditions is like the amen I National Tobacco Growers' Convention.The _
struggle.ot a man dying dropsy., He pay national and the Governors ,
government
again, but only ,to suffer ,a rlapse. e- .*
is in constantagony for,:breath until he of New York, Pennsylvania biassachnsettsOhio --,
The Chicago Times-Herald
: can breathe no more. The old-fashioned says : Illinois Iowa and other .
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"She not .. ,
was only, wreck
a physical
!; "Florida demonstrated to the National
but,her mind :was affect d. and at times farmer who is in debt and'will not learn Tobacco Growers' Convention that she States, were represented in these cons, i
she hid rio i is gone. Like a llsh-on'a bank, he may ventions. 'i.: '
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aIization'ofwhat .she was the finer of tobacco ..
can grow grades cigar .
fora: time but
it
flop gradually is harder .
doing: We feared, in fact a complete to the and of 6.' '
;_ work,'and pretty .he lies still. enough supply )world, a "r.-
mental overthrow and consequent removal s.oon quality equal to the' Cuban leaves. Florida Hows! This! .., -
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) to an asylum, for although'we had has the climate and the soil. Tho ..
; t'Yo-m:the best,physician in the city, A New England starch manufacturer skill and genius of Americans have ena We offer ,One Hundred Dollarir"eward / .
;
sx. and.tried several proprietary :medicines,. wishes, to know.how.much cassava was bled them to produce the higest grade ofto for any case of Catarrh that

none benefited her grown.in Florida in)896J.with a view oranges and pineapples in the world; so cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
S C _. ,,/Wo had read"considerable about', Dr. locating a factory in the State. will American skill yet produce the finest Cure.

S ;Williams': Pink Pills for, Pale'People,'and The production of casava in Florida is cigar tobacco. Already Florida produces F. CHENEY & CO. i
'. hIdaIaohenrd' 6f some1 cases'where they illimitable. Like' the sweet potato it will tobacco which commands |2 a pound .in J. : ,

:S ': bad ,done good)and.we decided to give be more than'equal to the demand-Bring the various markets. Two to:>>,three;crops Toledo, Ohio. '.'.;. .

;,..,': 'their,a trial.:: We purchased some'at the in your starch factory and we guarantees of tobacco are..grown"annually on, the We, the undersigned, have knownF. ',- J"

/ i: \' ,.drag t; store ,of IVhite. &: Bnrdick i ;of it will-- be- fed. same, patch. In a few yean. the world ,J. Cheney for the )last 15 years, ::
; eity. : will be independent of Cuba for cigar tobacco

., .rHattie? begap J to take.the pills. ,in thewly Mobile Register: Now, however, there for Florida will not only supply and; believe him perfectly honorable ',_ ,

part of January! of this year. .Imrovement"was .. really.seems to be good reason to think the home ,market but will also be in a in all business transactions and finan- ;

> noticeable after the first that the Southern planters' time has come position supply the world. dally able to. carry put any obligations '-

:: :' ,box bad been/taken.' The':.first hopeful at last. The supply ,is short.. The de- .. :y made by their firm. "

:: :s;1 figpi: that I noticed was that'she,did not mud. is good and the,,price is rising. It Birmingham, Ala.,is Southern wonder.. WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, i'. .

;,-- .." ,4taiaeeB complain of also headache., The.:.attacks o f is the'pinion !out aIveston way,that cotton Oh the site.of. an old worn'-put cornfield Toledo, 0. .
: began to abate in frequenaad "ought to l>e at least two cents higher, there ;is a city' of .50,000'ple, ..whereiron I T
: ;X= she ceased to cough One after an- and that it,'will' reach that, figure pretty is manufactured, a less'cost than .WALDING, KlNNAN.& MARVIK, .,'
r. 'other "
>" .. fib t00k; the..distre ing symptoms left-he r. soon..- All.the 'planters, have ,to do is t in any' other section 'of the globe, sir Wholesale'Druggks,,Toledo, 0f':
,:1 ; u1 all nine
;- } ). boxes; :of the piUs hold on to their I .
2, ";Mtb present: time she product Every cent- of mingham is-now:_manufacturing steel 1, Hall's Catarrh Cure is takes,,- :y
r? is in perfect advance means $50p p-p,000additional,fo and is bidder for the national I _
rthe armorplant. '
.'1\; -EThe; alteration' in Her. mind, and farmers in the Soutn.: _We surely'are* .' The works propose'. to/turn' ,.out rally, acting'.diiectly :upon the bi ,. _
'
,' ; ; past.belief.: most. anxious; to see 'their position: improved steel plates forthe 'shipyards'which will aad: mucous surface of the 'f.t ;. :i
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f [ j enough in,praise of Dr. have had hard Testimonials sent,free Prior :, !: :
:* **--8' PinK ; They times, and taestablished at Tampa and other Gulf, 7 '
." :. -, Pills, they saved. the life they,can'certainly appreciate a change. porte.S per bottle. Bold by al dru fiM ;. ': : __

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650 I, ,.t'j e THE.... FLORIDA FIRMER' AND PRU MROWEn. OCTOBER 9.llttft .

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r r ",liner- gj'n d -,Gaiter: I city;and-:State 'are fools enough tokeepthisthing Beneficial, and ,especially in a region ident of the college, Dr. W. F,.Yo-
."r -- 4 :-, '- t -', ; in circulation by giving likely to be visited by drouth.. But
a" :A=Weekly ,Newspaper_published at 16 Main them money, they will keep the this rule of deep plowing has its cum.Dr.. Stockbridge needs no introduction -
,Need;l.me.F1... city in':a yellow fever-ferment, ,until all modifications. the sour ;and oft to the 'scientists of this "
country,
i ri ,.TBBMB.OF,SUBSCRIPTION ... financial aid is'exhausted" It is asserredthat times sandy ,soils of Florida it is but the readers of the Farmer and

,Vtr.OM Yetrr .... .........-. ... .!!...... -, measles, colds and "plain pot.advisable,. plow deep .when turning Fruit-Grower will be desirous to learn
.* elK Month*...t..:..........*w....... .-..... 1.00 drunks"" were:;often reported as yellow i over a raw soil, unless onejs prepared about the ,who is
fa,Itetiffn,-Countries -......................, '3.09- fever 'in Jacksonville in ,1888. .We to apply a heavy dressing of something teach them how to "make man two blades to
'.. Sa\?rfpticfltin&U cases'cashin'ikconnt ;; do'not;'however believe such 'frauds lime or ashes as a sweetener. The of "
where
,; .idwsee;, :allowed on one's grass grow one grew before.
4' jnainbec .onezoeptinaolubbntto( : would be possible under our present native.farmers begin right by plowing He has lived on his plantation at Am-
ti
''sill .fcnte a liberal cash commission will State Board of Health.Queries .. shallow, but they;do not go any.deep ericus for the last three years, thus as-
'[be allowed. on all subscriptions obtained -4 and It. Replies. er afterward, which is a mistake, be- suring us that he will be familiar with
';bjfthem., Write for term' cause the plow should be driven down the.needs of Southern agriculture.

To every subscriber,'new or old remitting KAINIT' ON SOUR LAND-Kindly An_inch*or so deeper each successiveyear The following abstract has been taken
w: as $8.00, we will send the- "one
,,. paper until, sweet wholesome soil is
:j&x: ,and a copy of Kolfs' VegetableGl'Owtng' state through, your columns whether from Biographies of Agricultural Scientists -
_. In" the South ,for 'Northern k would be a good thing to applyto created as deep as one wishes, say :
"' :Markets post-paid.; For two new snb-i sandy prairie land which is possibly eight or ten inches. There! are'many "Dr. H. E. Stockbridge, was bornat
1( at,2.0Q each, we will send, a' little spur; and ,how long before isolated spots.in Florida, where an unwholesome North Hadley, Mass., May- 19,
E; l"; .a copy of, Moore's Orange ..I planting tomatoes,should it be applied? subsoil is found, generally 1857.' Hegraduated from the Massachusetts -
1 Would it, hurt forlhe. kainit snuff-colored and impregnated with in
; to be Agricultural College 1878
Bfttes:of advertising on application! i if'
: : !iron. It requires a long and I'
few
<' broadcasted a days before settingout expensive with the degree of B. S., receivingthe
; Bomittonces should be made by check i
-postal note,:)money.order. 'or registered the young" plants? KAINIT., course,of treatment to overcome this same degree from the Boston Un
_, .lector to order of Bay Biscayne. quality. Only shallow-rooted crops iversity. He was a post graduate in
'
: :7ARMER AND'BRUIT GSOWSX, You can easily determine whether can be grown: on such soils. The the former institution 1878-80, being

F, Jacksonville Fla. your'land is sour. Send to R. J. Martinez farmer had better avoid them, so long in charge of the sugar experiments in
as there is plenty of wholesome loca
; Jacksonville,- Fla., and get ten tions the former year. He was a special
CONTENTS. cents worth of blue litmus paper. Filla to be found. chemist at the U. S. Department at

f .. pan hall full of soil, rub it up fine, Washington in' 1880 and instructor inn
,
%p. Temperature r 'and Seeds; Tobacco :worms;. ,. and coverit, with water.. Let it stand BITTER PECANS-In my garden i chemistry at the Massachusetts AgriCollege -
_
Riverside
,J. I have several papershell 1 I If
." '.When. to'.DJr Sweet, Potatoes; A' Plant's. twenty-four hours, pour, the water off cultural in 1881-82. From
-, ;;'PO, .d.-...,, ;......,.........",,..... ...... '. 642 and test it-with:the litmus paper. I pecan trees, grown from nuts brought April 1882 to August 1884 he studied
a i Qaovs it turns red it. is an indication that from the noted groves at St. Mary's, in German universities,-making a spe
.urn oacaanD-Washington,otter '
.. ; Ga. They were all from the
your soil is "sour. grown cialty-of methods of instruction and investigation -
:Bearing Period of Orange Trees..........6.41 I
same lot'of:nuts and all
:As a mere sweetener of this acidity, they are producing spending some time in
... Fall Treatment of the Peach.'Orchard Nureery
; caustic stone, lime, slaked, is preferable pecans of the same quality ex I{,most of ,the, chief institutions of Eu-.
stock and .......
the Fumlgatorium. 644 cept one tree. This is immensetree
[to kainit but''of course kainit is .an !j rope and receiving the degree of Doctor -
Growers............
PIVBRY-Meeting of the ,64s more growing near the hen house. Al
valuable as a fertilizer in addi I of Philosophy from the University
'TOBACCO: -Interesting: Experience: ,._,,.;,..., 646 tion to its alkaline. effects. If you though only ten years old it has borne -Goetingen for work in chemistry

FJL&UB& Aifo TRUCKS -Notes_ of Local have .to.,freight it from Jacksonville it since it was_six, and now has a barrelof 1 and geology in August 1884.
Tra"el.--, ,..'............. .!...... 646 will be more expensive to you forgiven a nuts on it But they are so bitterthat He was the first graduate of an
$eed40ood. and Bad;Wonderful Tree Cot :unit of potash than high grade they cannot be eaten, and the American "land gran?' college thus

ton;Coral Berry;Favors the,Fence'taw..'.(647 sulphate of potash would be. greater part of them fall off prema honored in Germany, and the numerous
fi' butt)lW ,. Howf-fielf-Posuftilon, : Wall It should be applied long enough turely. What is your opinion as to t similar cases since then are the di-
Pockets; A Little Talk on the Cook before,planting to enable the rain to the cause of this ? rect result of the precedent establishedby

,Store; Pure Orange 1eU'-.. 648 dissolve it:well, say two or three good C. W. MAXWELL. him and are due to his efforts at

.. BTAT3.NBWS .........................,........... 48Itemi showers. Otherwise you may, burn Jacksonville, Fla. obtaining the recognition of the institution
...,..",'..... .......!...t.......1/.1. 49EDITOBIAL your< plants here and there. This is a peculiar case; it is withouta from the German University
-"Nttrslng'" Yellow. Fever In precedent, so far ,as our knowledge I authorities.

New Orleans; Queries and'Answers;Professor -- TOBACCO 'PARASITES-PLOWING.i. .- extends. The samples you submitted: .t) A year previous to this he had been

of Agriculture.: ........:........!.... 650., Do the planters further north have showed a slight astringency, as well 1 I elected professor of chemistry and geology -
"'The Dim'c' Pepper"On Scrub Stock......... 6 s, any successful spray or powder 'treat bitterness.. In the case of the peach i ( in the Massachusetts Agricultural -
"POULTAT-During the'Moult:; Weight and mentfor 'the lytle''green spiders tbatpuncture and some other fruits these qualities! College, with a year's l lave. of
Meat;Feeding Grain;Marketing Bggs 6ja .the' tobacco budthe: bud are generally caused I by poverty in-the'!''absence. In September of 1884 he

., A Dastardly Outrage...........,......,. ...... 6Floridt's u worm, and worst of all, the grasshopper soil; but in the domain of nature th returned:!<. to enter upon the duties
? same effect is sometimes produced by of bis position. He was almost
Fodder Cro>Tobacco;, Acreage o'
:Florida.................1..1..1.6 56 '2." ,The good,land hereabouts is a opposite causes, as, for instance, paralysis : immediately offered the position
'- sandy loam of about seven inches, in an animal is sometime of professor of chemistry and'geology
u c with a yellow sand subsoil. The caused by extreme leanness and ex i j in the Imperial College of Agriculture

R ;Weather Jacksonville.. plowing is generally three or four treme fatness. We strongly suspect: '. Engineering at Sapporo, Japan,
t Week Ending October .. IB97 niches, below which forms a hard the fowl-hauseas the cause ; 'there i is 1 by the Japanese minister in Washing

'B. 8. .. !4 II; S. ..!*f-a" =, crust. 'Would the deep plowing of probably too much manure. Try lib ton. The offer was declined, was afterwards -
BATB' CIa 11II .s !! 11-11II "dry farmers" in the Southwest be eral applications of hardwood ashes or renewed and again declined;
fo4
-n -.to -=- -:II -QI _, any better? high-grade sulphate of potash, sprink- he was then asked to make a proposition -

,Sept.. 28 '........... 72 74' 77 67' 10 72 1.78' Incas these questions are too old, eled especially on the side toward the for acceptance. In February,
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*.. ,3"29..,.=.... 72 73 :.74 74 81 77 71n .to.6 '76 74 73.03 to answered in print, I enclose addressed hen house. 1885, his proposition was accepted direct .
Oct. I,....... 73 72 8l 72 9 76 00 --.*w from the
envelope. E. FRENCH. Japanese Foreign office
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3...*... 71 68. 7F II 70 ..04e. Bartow, Fla.' Professor of Agriculture.The and in April 1885 he departed for
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... : 4.* -60 -64' -72 -14 -5Yen. -.00. I, There is. no trustworthy treatment trustees of the Agricultural Japan to enter the service of the u imperial
.......... 70 71 78 67 II 72 a-SB for the, ,tobacco parasites that College ,have completed arrangements government in the capacity

e Total: rainfall. see iDcllcs.T'Tn.ee. we know of except the dusting witParis h with Dr. H. E. Stockbridge, 'of Amer- named, on a two years' engagement. "
,A. J. HrTGnKLLObBerrer. green and the cobalt method. icus, Ga..to take charge of the work In 1887 he was made chief chemist --
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The latter you can probably under- in agriculture in the Agricultural Ex the government and relieved of such e

,stand, in a general way at least,but i iis it periment Station. This is the first educational duties as he cared to re
.. "'"Nttrfltog",Yo loa Fever: IB New' OrLana not practicable at this season of the time that the chair has been separated I ,linquish., His engagement was twice.

: year,. because it requires the limsaweed other offices While some i renewed for the longest period that he c -

Mr.. A.. Tigniere, the expert 'penman flower, and this weed is' nvaluable work has been done in this : would accept, and in 1888 on declining _

.R wrier: in a personal letter to "a available now to any great extent department, the agriculturist has .usu a renewal he was given a six

,.frkftd'' in Jacksonville'' .as follows: Even with ,any treatment you may ally been'embarrassed by having this I i months vacation with the option of returning '
!"What,: yellow( fever there, ,is 'hereaf&QWts adopt:you must use constant vigilance important work as .a minor charge I at the expiration, of that
to comparatively next to noth- for,the worms can puncture;the leaves Dr. Stockbridge will 'not 'be 'embarrassed time.

.:_iag.."Ow.Board''ofrHMlthis-, _-' from:'the',underside:. once or more. before : by any other work than that January i, 1889, he accepted the i
p6M4.of aJot'ofl coundrel.and' idiots they get'any of the.poison. which belongs to agriculture proper; position of director of the Indiana .

\ ,wfceie abject is. to.bleed.the city,outofafltHey >:t 2. Tile general principle to be al. the:directorship of the Experiment Experiment_' Station, and professor: of, _

: can J; :aad as l long u. .the ways, .obwrved. .., i is that deep: plowing Stationjbeiog in the hands of the pres-,agricultural_science in PurdueUr.. '
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'-::' ;He 'organized, the;\ork9f': the' case of 'men with limited means who ESTABLISHED 1874. 0 L. '. -._ -'
Station,/.as'. :well o as the',:system of the are':about fto' launch out, into general f .
'State'Farmer{,Institutess. '.under. ,,act-of, farming Florida,would undoubt- Conducting ,a legitimate banking 'business', _:'.' "
.the J legislature/* *" edly be' wise for them to invest in .a upon strictly commercial lines. .". .
September .,ij :1896; ,he':entered ',on small herd of"selected scrub cows and _
: ,the.duties.;pf president of 'theNorthy .: a'few of the most promising razorback .
..., Dakota'. Agricultural l College and director : sows:to be found-not forgttting at the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK; OF 'FLORlD m' "
'of 'the.',Experiment; Station, organiiing.1 samttimc: save: enough money"to buy ,
institutions bull, Essex boar either .
e. worker: both Jersey and an ." '. > ,
from the beginning.. The first class singly or in a club 'with neigh -- A.T- a xJACKSONVIL ;. 4
, n .:was admitted in;November 1890, and bors. And ',when the editor of the E, FLA. \ '

the first'.bulletin 'witlr,original investigations "Pepper" says ,he advises,all new'set- I Solicits the business of merchants fruit
)was issued j ;In' the month oft lers.to invest,in' Florida cattle, and planters and grover/ II

t January ,1891 that he "awaits'our-verdict with fear All accounts have personal l attention. Drafts on Eng-' /

% ,Dr.. Stockbridge was, roamed at andtrembling," we reply that we ap Jand and the continent bought and sold on favorable:' X s>

Culpepper, Va., )March 30 1885, :to prove his advice, if he had only gone terms. R. c. COOLEY Cashier. I
.Miss:Belle Lamar of Americus, Ga. one step further and recommended JAMES M. SCHUHACHER President.. t "
. It:,would require too much, space: the'investment in .improved sires, as
x aDi.-J! Ipeto giye.onlyithetitles: of thepapers'he above advised. \Ve have seen fine

'has published, but,,the following herds .of Jerseys,. imported abruptly C.RobertsonReaIEstat .
'fifteen are of .more general interestto from.the extreme North, make absolute :
; ,. ; us: ship wreck, perishing to the last P.
y ," :The Nutritive 3 ahie' of,,Ensilage, head in a few months. A dash of FIRE INSURANCE AND ,: x
Experimentally Determined. scrub blood.gives:to the cross breed a '
,z TheNutritive; Value of Root Crops. hardiness and an ability to "rustle," to HOUSE RENTING ACENCY

,:A.: ieit-book-'Rocks and Soils,. withstand the climate and the ticks.
.Their Origin-. Compositionand; Characteristics. Really we have no quarrel with,the Hogan and Adams Street Jacksonville Fla. .
; .-New York:' Wiley & Sons, scrub and the 'razorbackj r they are Do a general Heal ,Estate Business.. Special At- = f

: -1888.. .. such! as" shiftless farmers have made tention given to exchanging property. Very large \ .
'Why':an&What( Animals Breathe.. them. When Bro. ''Zim telfe us that and some gQ speculations\ can be had now. ': "-
F Agricultural Investigations at Home i he had two scrub cows that yieldedhim :"
and Abroad. : ten quarts of milk each daily, Money to LEND Jacksonville ;Property Only.
Control of the Composition of Fruits I "besides the calfs .share," and butter! -
GtfoVes Tracts
by Applications to the Soil throughout the year, we extend him Otian z Timber afcd ',- +

'Rda ons. Between. Grass Acreage our hand with respect. Doubtless he Phosphate Pt1o "eifties. '..
,,. aud.the Market Value of Milch.Cows.a'heChemistry kept those cows in enclosed pasturesand
of Corn. fed them as a good and humane E'ARMS.: TELEPIIONI. 1.84 :' ,
Remedying Soil Defects.' farmer should feed his stock. .

Agricultural Education.,..ItsxMeaning. But we decidedly adhere to our argument :
that the razorback; ranging in SITUATIONS URHD FOR STUDEIfJabksonYille
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and
S9m omparisoDs.- .Agricultural: the swamps living precariously on >' -
Conditions, At Home;and Abroad. roots and vermin, is more susceptibleto : '1
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The Place of Industrial l Arts in LiberalEducation. hog cholera than an animal kept on

; the farm and judiciously cared for. 0: ()
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-,=; Head and Hand., Our: experiepce and observation .for ;
;Learning and Farming. thirteen years in this State have taught
YK : Foundation -,and ,Superstructure, us this fact., Hog cholera is a diseaseof
t \'j: ,School and College. filth and weakness, and it is no disproof
,He, is a member of the following societies 'of ,this that the swine of Iowa,
'li W' ; fed on.corn and corn alone for weeks, PlaM .
American Chemical' Society.. until they are nothing but animated Columbus < .
Ga.
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;German Chemical Society. lard and can scarcely stand up,,are' "
:. .'.. American Association for, the Advancement extremely suceptible this pestilence. Birmingham, Ala.; ..
-' ;* 'of Science. There is'a just medium in all things, Montgomery Ala .
''c- '.Educational Society of Japan." and the hog that is kept in the field { I..
American Academy of Political and I and rationally fed, keeping his blood THE GREAT SCHOOLS OF THE ,SOUTH/-

., Social, Science.r pure and wholesome,,is less suceptibleto CHEAPEST AND BEST : :
Indiana,Academy ,Science.- contagion; than the miserable creature f "
half :starved in the swamps. The Send for ,Catalogue, Address Nearest School (j
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'Tfte Datil Pepper" on. Scrub Stock
razorback. a savage, the ''field
Replying to our remarks on this hog is. civilized; and all savages, human ESTABLISHED '1875.. 'r
- subject the'; editor, writes in a vein, and.brute, show a higher rate of ".
Which is.quite free. 'from ahythiug peppery mortality: than the people of civilized WILLIAM: A. BOURS, :, ,.:
.'. ,Probably, on a close analysis, communities.
'we'should not be found to differ so ;
:widely as might'at first appear, for a t The most Pominent.damage of last Grain Garden, Seeds and Fertilizers/}

',., ,the,head of. ,his column of "e itorial week's,blow, after the loss of several ,
} : :' reflections": he'places ,the, .wise. advice': hundred crate's of oranges, was the loss: aa WEST BA3' .T. .JAOKSONVILLE, :B'LA. f ,
tF"Grade- up: ,your stock," )and in hismam' of ,several hundred dollars1 worth of
editorial.article'he says:' "Wedo tobacco plants. The tobacco company We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Se ds. A Oomple Stock of ; ,

tiotchanipion::! the genuine'article,busn Secretary Trimble believes, have '
wb crossed with' the 'Essex.we are sufficient plants to put out twentyfiveor Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grit, Meal l::, .
',iUrC'l1i.tit. ': makes: 'an ideal hog for thirty acres. Mr. .H. MicGinty has -;
Cotton Seed Heal Both and Dark. :
= .,Florida In those_ two sentences hei&kes securedjplants to coyer: eight or nine Bright ; ,
.. '., :-:such 1; a.s,:sweeping: concession; acres, and although'.the company may T : }"r..n:. .
STATIC AGENTS POll .
that.wt are'willing'in turn to concede! develop small, surplus'of plants, It is PURE GROUND BON&, :,
s toaaething.tr: our belief.that this is about all which Tj58rt-Hl6B Fitiilhu Co. ;;,
: v NITRATE SODA : ;;;
We'.certainly do"not, advocate the remain in the county.A Bartow firm : .
keeping ofta Jersey-cow :or an Essex l has,covered' the' State! pretty thoroughly Star' Brini Fertilizers, KHJF'' MUTATE! OF POTASH i: ,;
bog by scrub methods.. These,'thor in a Search' for plants without suc
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.oo$hked, or, ;improved animals must cess. A:profitable industry in future .' SULPHATE POTASH,=/:, '

",Nceive:.'good? care,'and liberal feedingorthey will be, the, growing of plants under Orange Tree and ,VegetableFESTILIZZS 'KAINIt, E{.:' :j tiJ' 'II..

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: ''P JI t. ; own"-as a table 'fowL 'In fact, Game f reshxeggs, 'delivered: every Monday ..,
ttWit ';(her broad and Thursday.''' The, ;man. lwh breast
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.. ': \.. .. '; thiS .there-is sweetneSs. .their'trials as..weU'as hen. .men,' :-5 ,
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':",::f.-:': .:k te1setine"stud" .'t .'fgw1sDeptt adbiidgavor"; ';tlt;'the n1 fHf and one of;the greatest'is the difficultyof 1.

r;, YMI':t'i ,)'C&f't"UttaIMB' 14. each the pkiitation. or farm :praised>* Gamer getting' fresh:.eggs for cooking i .at f.

a, 'M!..dtfort poetry,breeders j groan' wl:not found in aay other b/eed,-not stated periods. "Let:the producers,es

'. :to\fc themselves, at: ,the mercy' ,of even};exceptingthe'Plymouth'RockPtaiiWFarmer ,- tablish rules.on.the,same-principles'as .1-'
thi natural ,habit 'of the::,fowl but he.milkmen and they have, only tomeet
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: .,,.,i ,tOJa...."cert'' hili eztfntt'lt lie-: ,. ..1 .I\ t- "' g'cQralh a- derto: ,build up an enduring' trade: Shorted, Quickest, Most AUr&dtiyeBETWEEN :
..;; !! f.J.l the: 'ht.ol'L'.J.' fowls; It is-nev-- r.a'IIUStake'to :call, attention The thrifty-housewife; will ,never take

> ;Keep t., :hen laying"heavilyaiMl:she to."feedmgi; no matter how" fret store'eggs in preference to those direct ROUTE '

wiM-kler.the.molt; eve'u.to'Novel quently-itkmaybe :done, as therejare{ from the. farmer.-Colman's Rural FLORIDA, POINTS AND THE NORTH-

.. .'.and December.,. St'Let:hel'Jto' .in, June new candidates for information 'every World.. THE -
: .tu.V.- %-*,--",*.the tj, -withdrawl .oftrirowhkerselfintolJtttherproduaion'egg+ pro;: l!refikjtlnd; eJjQquirieslhat! .comeinMeiisuallyof ..... Florida Central and. Peninsular

'- : answered time and time again; ,It is dIe: ,to,use.in.the' nests. The sitting NEW THROUGH, ROUTES.New ..
as.'a'btiiiaess.z :Jgreatpoint; ;find not;necessary_ :rte continually i advise hens.which are compelled to remainon New York to Jacksonville> l>1.by- '

q :owwhkfe appes 8-equally :well'Ahe readers i- to* 'give plenty.-" .food.- for the.nests for, three weeks, provide andNorthern Florida. Pennsylvania In ton. Southern IU JU Hallway to:Wash to-

year round,is to keep the digestive ap they aje more addicted'to giving too. inviting places for the breeding oflice I Columbia, Florida Central &

is :'pariitui i in'firsfliigordtt,: ; ,- i much"rather, than,. too little, though ,. but by, the.free use,of refuse.tobacco Air L1-. e. Peninsular points in'Florida.to all principal" a

... .If..all the foode:,eats i prop ily: ; 3 the-tree-top' i roosts still*..exist'* ,-on some this maybe prevented A.de- Cincinnati to Harriman Juno-

r .'- 'slmikted,.her"owl;ii ii mold,hertohi armTwriere poulrry)' is Dot regarded .coction'of tobaccois; also excellent for <*Cincinnati.* > Lion Harriman by_Queen Junction& Crescent to Aaho-,

: !"*i l..He: can edhers:sathat she as'stock,J being permitted .more from! use i in sprinklingover-the. intetior''of Ashevllle. 1 vUle and Columbia by South-

' 's ,wiilflay:wcll/wKen'ifis/ i time to lay!' usage;Inan'fo; any profit that,Iliaybe: the :poultry house,. and I;.thorough JacksonvilleCincinnati. era Central Railway&Peninsular; and -Florida Columbia -

'nK>k weJ1ewhen:1Us' : time to:molt;':anaft expected. 'The f farmer who has.raisedtGrapOtcorn dusting. with .very'Jine;tobacco fsjiear. J. to Jacksonville.
i' rirell.aul'g'ti ; : will shale,it .with histliathe ley, equal to insect powder.jn'effect.At CincinnaU'toJacbonvtUe by
]) : f. ei; when giyea .> : .' Queen,&.Crescent to Chattanooga -
." :f' .':.- fet-producicg.ijfo LnCAS.1"; ; .henS' !;:ap dirlibrally; being satisfied 'this seaSOn'every pullet shouldbe and Florida. }ette,Florida,Southern Central R'Y&to Peninsular Ever.-
tine in American, Agriculturist. ; liar donejiisduty: :with them fully:matured and in full feather, Limited., to important Florida
:. a nd.t1iat'theyshould-layis to, be expected with a.healthy.appearance; that indi' points. '

Y ", : 'W'ilihi ieiM. :eit. ,': ''Q\'Jiaying: pledyjo/earn cater usefulness.: Do,' not, however; '7, .City' Memphis Kansas City R.R.to Fort Kansas Scott City&,

To'pto4ucca:l large end heavy fowl are certau prepared: to..sfana.. thecold jet rid of a tried hen:that given a good andJackno'ville to Birmingham Southern B'y
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_- :.a ode tbiog and produce ,oneTwith: .and produce eggs, :according to account of herself, f for,a' pullet,. until .Tfhro* Line to Peninsular Everette to, Fla.all Fla.Central.points.. ..

weightaad meat combined to"the best his views. The position.taken by the you are sure that the pullet will be as Louis to Jacksonville by

'advanuge for 1: table 7 5 purpose is -another. farmer is correct to a certain extent, productive as.the hen. It is profits Holly Sp'ga 1St. Short Central Line to to Holly Du Quoin,,

Thiu1 the 1 largest and heavth for should,the food be something else, ble to thin out I :thepullets; and keep Boat City, Memphis & BJ 1rJ w
mingham to Birmingham,Son
1r it i l'yT'' .!|(3odiin.. h' >and' Lang-, and'corn'omitted! the'hens:would not only the most;promising, rather than .J >t'to Everette and Pr:0.&P, r

'rho'ct S competing_witkit]; injsize.! fare, so Wen unless::thefqodfs;of f a to,sacrifice the hens,. as the latter are Sioux'City& Chicago to Jack;
; sonville. Ill. Cent. to
,and;wejfKt and'meat combined- as satisia -1 kind that will perform the same, functions m9re'reliable as'\yinter.-1ayers. Jlolly' 8p'a' }Bp'gs l K,,O. M. &B. to Holly Birmingham -

4 or. ; tprily to ,the' consumer, ,when the: as: corn; and as'corn is the cheapest Beef blood mixed witH ground,gnu in Route ette and the Sou.F.o.K'y& P.to, l vero
fowl: is dressed and cooked, as it is instveral grain that can be used ;the farmer is excellent\ for :both ;young' and.old 'Louis'ilie NashHlle to Hive

, .other breedf. _A. itjiot making any mistake !in;giving ito stock. New. Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. only
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' To route with through sleepersJackso'viile
{_ -The_ fanciers of U e'. unbJ-A 'Eia,poultry \But the'ieh jis a daily between New 'Orleans 'aadJacksonville. ,
When chicks do well
under your '
'who- 'mala.-VT'l,matiflg* '. i.f andibreediag j t* J,% -, wftha plodu.cer> lik" ti a cod;and-whlle sheila system of f feeding, .do:not bother yourself -: The F.. C,.''& P.-has'TOO miles of track. 'in
view, : tp i. 'f vay t:av tned : t ati!!fy\ear'bo' yil, ecei alttes rtthcorushecannot about .other? systems.When Florida'running through the '
'few, asyyesrste-p educe :a'bseedoffowl articles Tobacco, Region*,
produce jeggs) .
Stock and faction, '-.
farming Dairy
that would have-s alf,bones and that contain their composition substances the (fowls are restless and con- Peao/vona Strawberry Land,,''

iaatrrs; ,_ ;nth plumpncfs- or breast, which are :deficient in 'corn;' Stactly> .picking:!th'eir.feathers'"" *'' -; they are.Infestedwith 'Orange. Phosphate,Banana Belt.and Pineapple. Country.'. .',

',m aty.: hand-sbatnes: of.1 leg and The| hens. .WiU-eat the corn, and become vermin. --.: Hat. th* SUrer Spring and
neck-4n other words, ,a 'compact; fats!I but*they' ) will Save a desire. for In:feeding'graii. broadcast it. The Great Hunting Other Country.Fine Scenery

... block bird. with ptyof IKMfY1d t! : something: else, and will not eat the ... '" '' ". -. ;:Beaches the,Noted Flfhlng Gt" 1m4...
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4 ;little !. ; corn at all for while if other food of .. .. 0 ety Baa of the soils best in the lands,State. for'tillage,and aboye, greatest all varl'.

>;; Working'. :in ti iodinethew haven \ \fferentuharacte> 'is, gi ven.. Foodcontaming.more.nitrogenand QUICK WORK Runs. over the Central Rldgreland
; fJrlaiit ?(IQ ?- ncth mineral Where It Is High and Healthy.

Wyandotte the two"twt tkQown, d .inatte" 1han..com should frequently besubstituted In Bellice and paring.for Fruit and.Teg the prosperous best freight towns ties for route any and produce it offers to
'; American l reeds.J These ,etables snipped 'to us ia oar motto'WB -
ott popular ; > forit! For i instance, ,.a GIVE GOODS'SENT US BY GROWERS the Northern markets.
also for the best of Florida
Send sent
two:.b ffckii*e3no ?j2 f c n. tffa m si.oftbnuland:; ground oats ,moistened FIRST PLACH'BECAUSE' WE NEVER' free).and note the towns on map its route.A.O.MAODONELLG.PA. (
BUY OURSELVES. They'are
R ,these:represent long step in the right -with'milk makes an agreeablean4ineficial by oar 40 years experience without protected defaulting Jacksonville, ,Fla.I. ,
direction the females conungne&rertothe ; i change. A ration once a dollar. ,,Enquire as to our,standing -
financial which
and stability bank'or
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:10 greatly deaired,thin felts, Ad oie-ipartliriseed-meal 'for Teriry-then try us-WB'BSUEVEOUR < '
: : : given a METHOD WILL 'SATISI r.Yot1.' Send Offers to
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The,latter'are still,rater !lank end( week, 'will assist'in egg production, your name for our quotations;;' Stencil and ,
ybbsiy. ,It.M.b. r to..h' tt4Wiis. : De : an' allowance cards free, letters.pioap!Uy answered: Storied asi QiketBTWZgN Me
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.the- [atternamed,'; breedswe. !ina-the and filially::cut' clover hay, ,scalded St.: York FLORID.. AND ALI*'ponnl'IX' : "
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G bust table (fowl'in::_all'the'long list-::'of and sprinkled.with corn menwill] befoundexcehentFarm Warren ,,. :. "" THE EAST AND WEST."" '

purebred: poultry. Of tkese,two:the and ,Fire- ESTABLISHED11855.: With Improved Ventilated Cars this eoa-
PlyaoathRocY; lathe beIt-kDoin- slide is'better equipped&an ever ever .....
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popular. ,- insure close connections prompt deepeMb-
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iaitaiHQdkcciDfied-that' ranks a:.well laced'advertisement! than CommiSsionrMerchantS! --AII claims overcharges, and loci&&*' & :-"'.' =
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{' ;,'mwINE\" : .BERMUDA' -- 4"l<<"'-.ONIONS I I A :NOTED SPECIALIST: ;, ,1 I B-iicxMI for sale ORCAS Prices, White low.and -Brown .'Leghorns -


-- Educated b7.EJp: rtente, lIe Galnl-. I C. H. JACQUES
Yards.
>r. .r .READY FOR 'DELIVERY... Reputation Second to, None. ;: -y rt Island Poultry -F1a
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_. I _9'18-3 Fernandina
;;?: Ibe crop.this year'iailmofiia: : a-failure. We get considerably.less than we contracted -" i "' .

-rltr: The f seed f is also:of lower 'vitality than for ff jkdK Kl ,and, one-third ,/MUJBAGH PLANTS .$a PR THOUSAND.

( imen: seed will have to.be sown than ueual,toget: .the same result We regret this, .; j. thousand.\J Lettuce'Plants and small la stock adze all Celtry fall. plants BEAK fx HEAD per

..r :. r !8 Jt; eaa't be helped.] If'you,.want"QZNUINB. p' FARM, Pine Castle Orange Co., Fla., 9-4-3

., 'fi: BR RAUJDA. ONION

-. !wi ,Ii this year, ;;
to a years,best strains, only
,; ,. per cet;}f oz.We 1&.ct&;; oz. 2 i cts.fKlb, 85 cts.; 1 1)))..$3,postpaid. .... fifty cents-.each* MRS. GOMPfiRTP,

w- :'?. 'hive both:colors, Bed and White.. :The supply.of the red is much smaller 9 4-3 Lady Lake,Fla.

_- '- sheet that ofthewhite'and.we; will substitute''.white. for: red after red

-w sold ont,'unless.>ou instruct.-us to the contrary Our FALL CATALOGUE; of I Have Them.,

_;,:. 'Garden Seeds for fall Planting will be sent you free on application. 40,000 fine Orange nd'Pomelo Buds on 4, 5
I and 6 year stocks. I wr nt to sell 20,000 in next
.' :: H. :G.. I HASTINGS & CO. 60 days,by discount. VILLA LAKE NURSERIES -
-' ,, ., Fruitland Park Fla. '7-31-t

'SEEDSmEN. Inteflaehen. pla. TIle.Hart. Pomelo '
.. Dr.W.T. S. Vincent,whoso likeness appears
''- = in this Journal for the first time, Is to-day the Specially recommended by the nomenclature .
most successful spe ialist in the South. 'He committee of the State Horticultural Society.
'r: WINTER ,HAVEN NURSERIES' confines his practice to'the treatment of Buds$1.50 por hundred,$10.00 per thous
.. chronic diseases and it is said he has nopeer and. PHILLIPS BROS.
\: 1\-? .' ." -. in his chosen specialties. Especially does he 7-24-15 Chuluota,Orange County Fla.

.tffer 'their.rintr:: Stock, .of' "CITRUS TREES at Reduced. Prices. all take other pride physicians in curing who cases have which treated have baffled them.

f{" No matter how long or how seriously ill you /700.000 STRAWBERRY PLANTS now ready.
are,give him a trial and see for yourself.. If I Choice plant,namely: Improved Newnans,
I ': ?B, &rson'Jro n, Ruby.Amory, Jaffii Bloods, 8L:Michael, Jaffa,. Wash. Navels, you live at.a distance send for symptom Lady Thompsons Clouds Hofmans, Rising
Tardifl,:Dancy,:King Tangerine ,Villa'Franca'temons.: blank. Seedlings, Tennessee Markets and Tennessee ;
1< SPECIALTIES: Prolific. Orders filled promptly. Packing the

.. ,>:. Triumph,Marsh. Seedless, Thornless SUverCJuster: Pomelos.. Catarrh and all chronic disease of the eye, best. R, Paddy, Lawtey, Fla. ,
iIi4 ear,nose,throat, heart, stomach, liver, ,
< & Ai$25- perJ.QOfiO.; .b-::' :f::10 per, cent, 'off on.640.1ots- bowels kidneys,. bladder! nerves,' skin and 3 00,000 STRAWBERRY PLANTSCloudfl.Newnans \
| l r- blood. Diseases peculiar to women given and Lady Thompsons. New
d 7Jl.( ,All trees are budded low'on rough lemon stocks about \\ inch diamelerT Buds- special attention. vigorous plants. Indian River Seedlings. Write,

,'t :" 4| to 8 feet high,first class J in every respect and guaranteed true to name. ', Cancer, ruptorestrlcturcvaricocelehydr'oeels for prices. C.H.Churchill, Lawtey Fla. 7-3-12
and cured without the of
piles are use
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eluding Seedling Grapefrut: 5 years old.
to No charge for'consultation. Fees always
,F ;; : reasonable. Special rates for mall treatment.Dr. Hart 8 and Valtncl1 Late .Dancy Tange- s
Ir bt.
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.c. .UST01'1 Budded Grapefruit, Eureka
p. W.T. 8. VINCENT, Specialist. Lemon and a few Seedless Pineapple Grapefruit, ParsonBrown's
Mohawk Block and Market Sts.
corner Bay
and Seedless AU buds
Enterprise on
Jacksonville, Fla.
Jlental Hours-Q'to 12 a. m., 2 to 4,and 7 to 8 p. m. stakes.Grapefruit stock 5 rears old. Buds grown to
Parlors. Trees fine and to bothas
t very sure please,
: Sundays to 12 a, m. only.
3m."CENTAWORD". to quality and price. Write us. BOWYER p
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_ STEPHENS.Lakeland. Fla.
:Established 1881. Cor.Bay and Laura St,.,over Mrs; Keene' .
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. COLUMN. SMOOTH CAYENNE, CHARLOTTE ROTHS- 4
and Golden Queen Pineapple'
7 For, the next 30'days prices will be as follows Gold Fillings, $1.60 to $2;,Plastic RATES.-Twenty words name and address Plants for sale at Hodelo Park Pinery. Quality

Fillings,boo td$1;,Alloy Fillings $1 to $1.50; Plates,;$5 to;$8; Full\ sets (very best) ing one taken week,for 25 cents less than; three 15 cents.weeks 50 cents. Noth- unsurpassed.A FRUIT CO. Address ORLANDO GRAPE.
,C. S.VanHouten Orlando,Fla
li '$9 to$10.. Extracting free,by a painless: method,where'plates: are made. First-class Advertisements for this column MUST be pre- 6-5-ia. ;.
'operators and polite attendants: Gold and. ,Continuous Gum Sets of Teeth made paid. :

,.. ,and repaired. ,.' ,. Send no stamps larger than two cents. FOR SALE Smooth Cayenne and Abbaka "
Initials and figures count as one word. and Slips. St. Petersburg Pineap. ::!
,.i ,;0 -I pIe Co.,St.Petersburg, Fla. 6-12-15 ":

A Dastardly Outrage. Cpleman's' Rural World: No other TTOB QUICK RETURNS AND P ENOMEL' -
calling in the world can show so large a' nomenal profits plant Satsuma Tangerine You Should See }
\. People interested i in cultivation: of of those and King oranges on rough lemon stock.
as farming who Those two and
percentage buds 6
ac- I also have Parson Brown, Pineapple Wash- 3.000 year King on :4
: citrus, and, other fruits on 'FruitlandPeninsula quire a modest competency, own good ington Navel Marsh Seedless! Grapefruit, year stocks. The most profitable orange grows.C. .
_. : were startled some; ,two homes and have an assured living, Villa Franca Lemon and;lone year:old sour oranges Park. W.Fla.FOX; Villa. Lake Nurseries, Prukland
7.3t4GFine
Y months ago at the announcement that whether times are good or bad.. The and Trifoliate plants. Write for prices. _
George E. Snow, Eastlake, Fla. 10-9-lm
: ::Mf.'Mejsmer's prangejgrove at 'Sisco had trouble with discontented fanners is, Nursery Stock.For .

been the time that they contrast .their conditions with
girdled night by :
partiesunknown. SMOOTH CAYENNE PINE- next 60 days will sell Fine Citrus Nursery
.'.' '- he'w ng clams-=with professionalmen l PEDIGREE imported stocks, of years Stock at large discount. Send for price Hat.
55 During the excitement,which followedit 'who have spent more money on careful selection. Every sucker taken from VILLA LAKE NURSERIES, Fruitland Park,
was ascertained that the diabolical act an education than would buy and stocka plants that have' produced extra large, fine Fla. 3i-tf.. M
fruit. E. A. Peck, Orlando Fla. 10.9.6m
..' .was the work'ofthe owners of wandering good farm; or with. merchants and I PLANTS Schnadelbach'a 21
hogs who asserted that Mr..Mesmer had manufacturers, who employ large capital] TUE BEST-Best Budded Orange STRAWBERRY ,Nunans. per 1,000$3.(10.
r, prevlously'atused! the death oCahogpearhis and take great risks instead: of with GET best varieties raised from seed JULIUS SCHNADELBACH, Grand Bay Ala.Don't "f
place. This assertion not only was not men who begin l with. little or no cap-" since the freeze; %to lJ# Inches. Prices low. :.
H, Meislahn, Clarcona, Fla. 1-9-3( You
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',verified but was; strongly denied by) 'Mr.Ttfesmer i Hal,and must support their families by ForgetTo

-. and hIS neighbors. Hints were. labor. Every township in our older PLANTS: Lady Thompson send for price list of" all the leading varie:
ties of Citrus
Trees
i .also thrown out by certain hog owners. States ,will show farmers who began life STRAWBERRY, etc. Send for price list. Discounts according on to size 4,sand of orders 6 year stocks.C. W. -

'c that Mr..Mesmer'a case'was only a beginning as farln-laborers, and at 50 years of age J. B. Beach&Co., Melbourne, Fla. FOX Villa Lake Nurseries, Fruitland Park, Fla,

and that others would likely follow; were owners of good farms, with com- 7-31-tl. .
rnn SALE OR EXCHANGE-Latest Improved ,
.. thus indicating that such;were the means, fortable, and in many cases, elegant L' Reliable and Prairo State Incubator : SEEDLINGS fine pot-grown- <'
CAMPHOR
;concerted: to .force'_ the'legal l.ri.Kh.taan homes. Once a farm is paid for,'-ana the brooder. Address, Box,"500, Winter to 10 inches high, ready far plant
:Ijjroper.treatmentof j ; the.multitude! of hogs 1 farmer has learned to manage it, his future i Park. Fla. .10+3 fag out;,15 per hundred delivered here _

: jjvhich* Have been .turned loose' in"this is more'aecnre than in any other I 8-21-3 JESSAMINE GARDKH8

,community during the last two years..' calling.The TlTASHINGTONlA SPKClEStower California, JesmineFla., .

H Orangegrowere, as a rule, ,have been farmer is not so much down jnthemouth Palm q y. Most Seed Beautiful now ripenIng, Rapid Growing Packet by Hardiest mail K Strawberry Plants .

., ',Iaotd for their long suffering and patient as he was. The cotton: crop this cents, Thousand $2.50.; E. H. HAST. Federal _
f 'endurance of the barbarous stock law year is worth more than all the gold that Point, Florida. lQ-a-6 I ave a fine lot of Lady Thompson and R&f

Y which disgraces the'statutes of Florida will be taken from all the, mines in. all Seedling Strawberry write plants for sale atrai i a ..:
rates. For prices
BaovicLBE
J.M.,
MARTIN Pure ,8 Iae *.
MILO Bred Registered,
:_t d they might have continued endure the world including Klondike. Florida.
Jersey Bull for sale. Price$40. I make a -9-I14.. ..
,. ,|be nuisance ,quietly had lot.thi8 bit of change to avoid inbreeding%i C.,A.'BACON, Or- >. .:
"" -vandalism aroused them to action." Secretary Wilson of,the Agricultural mond Florida _. io-a-3 1,000,000 Strawberry Plaits;; 'three 141_.. .3

,, ..Thiavantoa:and inexcusable deetrnc Department said to-day that arrangements proved varietiesClouds' fCjs; Nowaaa I.-

=1011"or/ private, proPerty; cOupled ''with would- ,be made by the departmentfor STRAWBERRY P.ANTS7Scentiper an.,raised by clean thousand.culture. 1'proved.o.b.., f Plants iRWag; and packing Stedlteg guaranteed.$t.5o per. 'k.JI.Joao< s

ireate against.the lives sand?property of ; the thorough introduction' of the Fine plants packed in sphagnum' moss. C. L. Smith Lawtey Fla. 8-2f'
,'" :jeaceable citizens has led to. the organisation camphor tree in Florida. He added that CLAXK, Switzerland: Florida. ARE'OFFEBINOCiTBUSNUBSBBr

-= :. of, the} Fruitland ,Peninsula Lawa&d there was no doubt that the tree would WE at bottom prices 'Cbotoe.Nook,
ov ,Order League, having for its purpose be a success there, aslt has hardly passed Plants. Best varieties true 'to name, aM-...
to aseiat the officers of the' in the experimental stage. The department Plume) treatment. Write for prices stetiawants
county CELERY<-White Grant, Paschall, / We'can please Ilhs1x. .....
::' = and punishment of such, lawless will give all possible encouragement in Golden Self Blanching,'New Rose, $ .15 per .nee.fBrai<]entownFla., >:NstablisheAfaNeedMoney ou. iJOW...
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the of supplying seed and l&XK Cabbage leading varieties, ,,$B.75per .' '
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Cauliflower .
} NHL.. Snowball14.00; .
-t' Kow," Mr.".Editor, wishing :to'use,our trees. Horseradish sets 41.00 per 100.. I.. heron, T ,

nftuen< .ae.a !body,-against the,ooatinp .. Seedsman,Jacksonville,Fla"FOR ,- Therefore I will sell my large stock:,of.ftaaya, =-
Y ') .'eC ibe w ent.obnoxious! stock law, ,- BITB.,AND DROWN LBGHOBNSl I For aad Pogo, tree at very low prices. ,AH......
: \': "fte ctfoily ask ia your'1... V .Bftto- Pure breed hens,only W cents In SALE-Pare Blood Brown 'Leghorn and MOlar varieties of Orange aid ....
reflf spaee' lots of MX pr more it taken soon. The Island, Trio IJ.5O. Cockercl.SOC each. trees from'3 to 6 m high Address for.pst.-- _
Ok. bk pwrh for: "the'. more. .' thonmgh and- Poultry'Yards,Fernandina;Fla. Also,Turkeys. R. PCDDY, Lawtey, Florida. lars W. K. Trimble, Braidentown. ,. Fk.OOBSALE 6f'r '"
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Tmc'NKW,80tJTH. ., It fonts magnificent high priced CauIiSow- 390 acres. Kiccll it for stock raWaf .
aaW lseit"we..[ p,.. w X11. oidti te aey crop. from a. strawberry can adjusted,tefeb to to ers. South Europe varieties lato and lardy .,I.tobacco growing. W.B.Clarkjott,J._ ?
.l,. ,.... Pot extra '.tiae1u... I Italian Giant;Algiers.Paris. Wo have them, .Irbt. -1

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CiV..f.! .. .1Lu.. ..i..rir.............:....!.. ........... Saturday September 4
of Jlir !t1gbam.!"..........,........i....'_!!It. t..... ::............Monday;.September 6
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'" 'Ia Cit '_ : '_"; -j..:.>!' t .:, rj. :!; ..,..... ;.,.1.,.,..m..' Friday September 10 ,-. .
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,'= at)"..:.:..!."" .., :;!.. _! ''..:'..":, ",'r;, u..a., .'".' ......*...: ,.:.:.r.' ...,...Monday September
-.Qtrf I Irminghatn. .. ...-.\,, u... ... :.,...............c. ......,!......,... Tuesday September 14
.a oooltee............!...... !.. ..!., ":" "t"""" '-' ...., -.-... Wednesday, September 15 1
tz .R T.nab.. ee.........;.....::;.. .:.:..s.t.:" ... ........ ... Friday, September 11Saturday
I'. _. YaneaaCtt ;;.....:.:.... ....:...:.'!:'.'.:''';.''!'...." ,"..".!'t ...,!.....,\ September 18 SAFETY! COMFORT!
-Obtt4hooohee..I.: ... .- ""'!.' !.. !.!..! ..ti'........!...... ..i....... Monday, September 20( QUICK TIMEt LOW RATES! ,
., rO teCtt ..... .....t- .............;;..-;.........,.................. ...Tuesday, September 21f5iot ,
.....;;........ o..i i.... ...1: .......... ...Wednesday, September
: ..'..a.......................... .........?..:.....!........-.....Friday: September a Finest Cuisine and Serelee No'Transfer* Between Jacksonville and NeW York. .
.t/;,....!.......3..............0'....."'!',.......f".',' Saturday. September 25 "
.. ..................;.,.....!......i..i.i.....t.r.,..Monday September 2'ftattahooonee. Tho Fleet is composed of the Handsome New Steel
..,..:....!....:..i., ...,,.'...!,......,...;.........-............Tuesday September following Steamers: .y-fJj':
3 a ity..!..... ........,...,ir-,4.v..i..... V........,.......Wedne day. September :. .

T :..t IAYANNAH'TO: NEW_ YORK.. Comanche" (new), "Algonquin( ," u Iroquois;" Cherokee,"t SeiMe i ..'y -


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(B1r -ham..u... ,............... .:...... ;.....'YedDesday.: Sept. 1, 11.00 am NORTH BOUND. -
.". .i,..........:............. ,... ,......,.......,..............Friday Sept. 3. 11.30 am "' l
: : ::-..!.... ...!...., ..... ..-......'....!........!............,..Saturday, Sept 4,13.30 pm Steameri appointed to sail according toHhe tide. :::: ."
,; :.......:........... ....1.i.......: .....,.......,:... ..... ......Monday.Sept. 6,3.00 pm ..
'. .}.......,.:...i..r.u... .f..,............. ... .........Tuesday kept: 7, 4.00 pm From JACKSOIVltU FIA., (callingat Charleston),,........ ;,......SnndayeTuedapaandThuradIys; :) \:

,. ,::. ..........:; f..::;:,...............,...............Wednesday, Sept.. 8, 6.00 pm Krom CHARLESTON,n. C., .......,...................... .. .. MondaysWednesdays andFridajsFor -l E'? .,
( of ngham.... .'f"..'..:.:;.;...............,.........!..:.....Friday Sept.10,3,00pm .1. '
;-11 .i,.,....,.....!...... .:'............_'". ....::.,:...:...:...Saturday Sept. 11. 6.00 pm hours of sailing see "Clyde Une1' Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers '. w
;..;:....!.!..,.......:.....y.-if.-<..........._...... ......., ,i-r Monday Sept 13BOOpm
.}<....,..........;. ?;...:.!.......... .. .. ........:..,... .Tuesday, Sept. 14,7.00 SOUTH BOUND.
OIII tshooohee'!:..::r.s= ';:'. ,l.-... ....: ..............,..Wede BeptAt',7.30pm'
.B.te arisiv;: :::.:;:.:..Ia..:..........!... .........:...........!.............Friday Sept.:: 17,12 00 m Steamers appointed to san Pier Bait .
followiJPorCHARlESTO
;3 ,City'of: Birmingham... !,'"......,.....,?: ....::....:..:..:.:..., ,.! ...Saturday,Sept. 18, 12.00 m are from 29, River New: York at 3 p.m., u '- ::

Naoooobee ',! ;",,........,.!...!..:*". .. ...... '';;...................Monday, Sept. 20,LOO pm S. C. ._...... ................................ "--
: ... ... .. Diondap.WedneadayaandPrldays. ". .
-. MIj'IKt..-. ....!... .............l!. .. ..,.o!..... .i.. ,. ... Tuesday, Sept. 21,2.00pm :,, 0
'KansasCHy! ......,.............'.,..:... !..,...,.4..t. !...,;.....:...WednesdaySept.22,8.00pm For JACKSOUK HIE, FLA., (calling at Charleston) ...... ..._......Mondays., Wednesdays and Fridays I :,
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CbatUboochee.....!.. i.... ,%. .,.- .. ,...;-.. .Friday.Sept. 24,5.00pm -' .;.
Gate City..t...h..:...., ... : : ........a..r., .;..........,.......Saturday Sept.25,6.00pm '"-'-":'
.Otty of Birmingham.......t.t.,;......................,,... ..." .......,.*.,?.Monday; Sept. 27, 4.00 pm :
f..1 oooIte ...; ....,..,...,.,........... ....;..............;...............Tuesday Sept28,8.00pmTaliaha6ee..i. Clyde New England and Southern lines ,,
!, .................i.........!................. .....Wednesday,. Sept 29,6.00pm. ,

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:City of 1aooDt Captain Savage, leaves New York oh following dates : ;t. j. Steamers "DELAWABE1' and "GEORGE W. OLri I," :" ,

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Friday, Sept. 10. Friday. Sept, 2L f Are appointed to sail as follow: '<
"m :f Wednesday, Sept. 15. i Wednesday, Sept. 20..: .
':'City of Macon wiU handle freight only not' carrying.passengers. i from foot of. Hogan Street, Jacksonville, FromXewii1 Wharf L stoa..:
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:Wednesday, Sept 8.; Wednesday Sept. 2. Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla., and Intermediate
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Ortyof: .Macon will.handle,freight only,'not carrying passengers. Landings on the. St. Johns JRiver.. :.. .

m-if- -- .. DEFORMATION SEE YOUR, 'NEAREST. RAILROAD':AGENT OR The Elegant iron Side-Wheel steamer'I" });' .
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.. SMITH drntr. Freight Agent. Ocean 8.8. "l 13 Tit Day St. Savannah that r ,. r CAPT. W. A. SHAW, .:
JL O. ft.IZBV A Nil Agent Ocean 8.8. eo.. Bavan Oat "<. -" .'';'pi
... SALTER' HAWKII S.Fla. Pass. Agent Ocean 8.8 Co.,IlK W. Day St. Jaeksonyi'.e,Fla.ABDSON ; ,Is appointed to sail follows: 1.j:1J .
JABRBLL, Sol. Agent Ocean 8J3. Co-2M W. Bay St.Jacksonville Fla. Leave Jacksonville ...:.-............!...,... ........Sundays,Tuesday and Thursdays at jwn'.- -,,_
IR, TravJrt.'Agont OceanS.S. Co..; ISA W.,Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. }leturuisgleavg6anfard.p. .a.11.........Mondays Wednesdays, and Frldaysat9.ooss.,, '
.. T'1', Qen'L! Agent Cent of Ga. Ry. 817 Broadway, N. Y 1 .
:: YAN.jr., Geu'''I.Kastern Agent Ocean S.S. Co.,217 Brodway Y. ,: ; .
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: B. B. GOODWIN.' Sol.:Frt. Agent Ocean 88. Co., 317 Broadway. New York. t '. .

,_ ',,' X. 0. KAMMOND Agent Ocean Ocean 88.8,8.Co,Co.New 37 Pier Broadway 35 N. B.t, New. New York.York.. have'" 330P..: .........c.... ,..:..,...J eklon.Il .........,.....!.,. ........ Arrive 9 .. .; ..
ff.C C.1.WALTON PBICtTWv.Ticket Agent Cent;of Oa. Byn 317 Broadway, New York. ..., 1. .845 ? t....1l..,...11.............,ra1ltka."...., ......1/1, .,: ...... Leave 11WQrffi 0y011.t. :,,:..' ,:..
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_, i :"The;Florida;Tobacco: ''Leaf --after/a, water of,the/St. Johns had,begun to The result.is that on':the; ,expenditureof : February-planted corn. Now* the >laet of
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..' :& h, bf- persons engaged ,hi.,.the culture of tn; r market value of $ .oco. Tampa then cut, all .the stalks off:dose to the
.r. ;tobacco:publishes";'a:,detailed,. ,though :Before! the *' at or rather beforethe Times ground and let them lie; and rot. :;fc .
freeze,:the orangegrove.of Frank about three.weeks the beggar weed will '
7J. ;. ; :'rincbmpleteV4listqf: tobacco .crops The tender cent of the capitalization
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; of4he f city was one t>f-the. show places : lo&80niThen is the-timelo-cut it. ae- x
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of(Itiis.section 'of Lake,countThe ,; by in.a very short ,time it will be of
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;- Total fall'crop" ,',,:. '.. .,.. ..-..... :752ABawUcropGad5denco..3,5oo U stripped. of: Jacksonville l i. with a capitalization' woody very:jquickly, spoiling it orfeedt:
splendid grove just as it:did all others and the leaves will Itcutat the'right
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: >'I;.t{'e..4't,r':_...- ., .. ;*.:% theresultis'that't0rdaythe; \trees look with the.,Seceta&'of State. to let it Ret wet in caring, forth_ teem* .
: ._ : 'Tota1.acreagerepoited }! will all drop and the best &rtJ8lMAfter.cutting :
z .. i.:; ; '''t .5I9r' as;; fine as.thet did three years ago, The wholesale. destruction of the a second crop grows Dtpro.-
_',z- ,1t.r ;? The Tallahasseean gives sJen' crops of and_he now has oranges to' throw at turtle: and what is worse,_of its eggs, duces- plenty of seed. for.next yam: It, -
= d:tobacco'.i in'Leon"'co'uritYJ'1ggr' ; g 1g the.birds; 'only.he will not amus ,hini. is a'matter.that'.calls'foe-the attention takes the rough seed. a'_long, tip _tfj '.. ..
: :. J 10,900'; pounds,' and-'then adds :'One self this'way, but realize somethinglike bf theState legislatures -Th re'was a sprout, for the bull or' haak' 'IBB "' ,
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u, '-says. -there\is.: ab&uti5ooo: 'place it only a sampe: ofscores :when the oursuitfof. the turtle.:was a derv up so leave it for tiw good of thfj.li :- .
in 'that: .neigHborhbod Theumbef"of ':of f in this section."thathave profitable industry in the Stat but. 'the:
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,4 % ,'pounds;:publishedrY : "gained n. less than, three):ears' t e'cifch.has..bee t' gradually:- decreasing fertffzerneeded for the crop, '._ :-.
,' : ..,...,%1oool.'above'list; --10,906: '- :;- :csti..: i time:a11'theyhad; .lost.:-Eustis. ..LakeRegion. year byyeart;: ;:until; from many ThoRaralist IUMI devoted.m -
'! Ted Jlt thousands of dollars the value of the to the importance..oltbiiFt'.e II '-
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',: ':" }froBrpf; "118/900/ potindsTJohns crop.has'dwindled:to'.a.SewTiUn#ed.Titusyille .-- the keeping for &Dric1, d
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