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UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00150
 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 16, 1897
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00150
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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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P1 15 I I EARS>Practical experience in-the growth of southern fruits.
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? 358: Varieties.: MILLION and a half trees. Over 300 acres. j'
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MAKE SPECIALTY: OF SEEDLESS CITRUS FRUIT TREES, _
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"' :can be bought (or.' Florida and Georgia:,Rye and, Rnst Proof.. Oats.: For.prices and varieties
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h* of thirteen, consecutive years. The stock ia.large and includes'the following widely SATSUMA', PARSON: BROWN/TANGERINE, KING, KUMQUAT V .:_

V V.;known. and thoroughly approved varieties,iviz Satsuma, Mandarin, Parson, Brown, POMELO ETC. ETC. .-; ,
4 ,fioone8 Early'and Centennial: ,Jaffa Majorca: ;Ruby Blood,Stark'8 or.Enterprise Seed- ,

\,0 .lesii:Pineapple: Homosass&and Tangerine. Tardiff and King Duncan and Marsh Seedless Buddihs i Wood For Sale..
Grapefruit Seedless Villa Franca'Lemon (matchless) Oblong Kumquat(superior :

'to, th :round). Budwpod at all'timesr' Prices'-reasonable. Prompt attention. oorespandonta Dormant, ,Budding'on Trifoliate Stocks to"order.. .
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_ :tt w S-r": \ ,c y.y> .' .. '-Jones-I was a good deal interested in ,
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::V : ? c, material for a:topic on Agriculture ,andhorticulture. ized1 bloom produced fruit. but it wasseedless ...
KUSSELLF : I fear your thoughts were and the power to reproduce
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---. .. ..- to .the Lord, our God, but the things tions that came to you from, the sermon?'
K_ 'I". .' ." '- '" .-.'. which 'are 'revealed. to us and to pur Jones-=--N o. It would take too long for
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yri YofPancPines: $ in Smith-I'am still puzzled how you KOtsuggestions suggestions, :I was puzzled to know why:
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_ :' ot '; ,'.\ :.>>- :; : "Natural Law in the Spiritual kina;melons, beans. ,etc.,'were sent aboveground

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;: ; ; .1 : spiritual themes' and the attributes of wheat, oats,'rye, etc., must die .Wore
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;1 and omnipotence, and, ,the doctrines then the full corn in the 'year without a
15 ; of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit, resurrection of the body as in the legumes
i Th belebrated. INVANHOEf randFAIROAKS: PINEBIES are known the Divinity Christ, eta, as,among the *
: >;? ; ;,id Ioaahiutthe UNITED.STATES: producing the FINEST FRUIT ,EVER PUT hidden''' or secret_ 'things, but my,mind .Smith Thus ,far you have given me
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: .. ON TD'E MARKET: '. '''' .. started off upon the secret things of na- only the suggestions from the sermon of
'.T 1 7To;t produce. -Fine- Fruit* 'you must have. tare,which confront us every day of our the secret things. Were there no suggestions
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; ._ i PLANTS. Smith-You increase my curiosity, children? .
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9 mystery".of life,human .life.s'What is things Is avery long one, the; most important -
}j _":I; have for ;sale'more'Fancy: Plants than any .G1"QwerJn the Country, and a this mysterious.thing we call life?" of which have- been discovered

,':- / .utation:SECOND:TO NONE. ,=-: Smith-The Hebrews. in that book, since we were.boys. Then we relied al.most '
::r., E.x'PurehMe' : your plants from the PIOEER GROWER of Fancy Pines, and you quoted from; I believe, 'were commanded wholly upon stable manure for.fer

$: :*. ., C get, a'GUARANTEE that your plants are absolutely. TRUE TO NAME. not.to'eat the'blood .because that: was tilizers. Since ,then the potash and phosphate
,is.. ** *, ",WceXistnow/ready. : "WRITE-AT ONCE. j- > the life and:we'are told that pod breathed : and Pe111vian'guano bed have
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: ,1JJ 614.y GEORGE L RUSSELL-Orlando Fla.. : But.we' know, that 'a which the Southern farmer knew
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_ L is dead and that a man's lungs may heinflated the most valuable fertilizers, but an ex;
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; '41-- 5pUthernLIBSOL&ELY Smith-I believe,' too, that. scientists .made into quickening plant food the fish
it":', i have abandoned the idea of spontaneous of the sea do a like service ani within

,, !,'t,. :" --. '. ... ., generation; and admit that only life can the last decade, we have discovered the
beget life.' That back of all thisthereis : air is full of nitrogen that maybe cape <
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:> '. WflNHBI_ ROUTE: in the Aunt.or tree:, What is that mysterious your suggestions of the'revealed things;

.,''" -" thing that causes the tree to drinkin the expansive power of steamrthathas.caused .
/ -. its Liquid food through its thousand? the gridironing of the 'country .

CAI; mouths we'call roots, many of them invisible with railroads and opened pathways,ia
: : to the naked eye, and which is the sea, the opening up of the beds, ,of

-' -" taken'up through root; .trunk, limb, stored ,away sunshine in the_e alfleld
branch, twig to the'.outermost .leaf .contrary of the earth, and when the sUp'ply-or" oil
'{!/ : } z, :N 1"EAST AND to all the laws of gravitation, can was exhausted by the destruction of the

,',"J;;.' .(J :. ,, _. 'NEST., ing growth, leaf,bloom and fruit? whale, and the tallow dip gave too feeblea
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: :- 'TIT.*.;DAILY, :TRAINS BETWEEN 'FLORIDA AND TMQ" BAST. law of capillary attraction. gas were discovered., '
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IiWiIiitsiaid5Mbwestarf attraction visible in the dead tree? a method harnessing the lightning that :

: Limited, Methinks the mystery of life is as greatin for millions of. bad been playing
'J'"":: ; ,. And" the,United States Fast Mali.tl .. the tree as in the animal. wildly through the heavens, to give light
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l t this sermon on'the revealed. and unrevealed cities! to propel.out street cars and, carriages :'.
.. _' ,?-'4 oft:I0m. .JAOISOF7ILLB. .TO. VASHI OTOIf, things lead to? and "even'chained_ to the plow to .

$ ,:., : 'OSLI'27, EOU13, JiOISOHVILLB. TO NEW YOSt: Jones:-I next thought.,of. that mysterious tum our furrows.
.' ""Jo. -; law'seen where a nurseryman takesa Smith-It is getting'late and we seemingly
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_ ; a = 'It ari.C' A --IIA oh: wlehoo4_ ... hae o W& lgtoi;B&1H._, on.to'tough lemon/;, pomelo or sour vealed.: Inthe many things,revealed it
r- ? .i : .bhei-- -Tout. ssN.Ilia. lT$4I14UGH'PU orange stock. All the plant food gather is plain that the farmer of the future

ed by root and trunk :goes to make fruitof must be a thinking man. The soil IB :_

: J L"MAM: DRAWING i =; RooM SLEEPiNGCA': : the parent stock. Bat when plum giving up its secrets to the investigator
: food comes to the union:with the peach .arid leads us to feel that farming in the
:,' li: > { TWEEN. ..JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. No j henceforth .future instead of to the Intel-1
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-c" ;' 7M>_ M' M5HftefC peachAnd the sweet:grange saysto ligent farmer, will be a most delightful

f.t. ; a MDHyJck9wirikt* the lemon, from here you must _abandon ., occupation.Southern.Ruralist.: ..

:1"C : your sourness. You are a new create. .. .. .
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.:.x'a.. .. .. :.,:'.:.. ,..........__.....:.1<:.'s ''.. ..." 1&._... 'Jones;--And did you not' ever. :wonder that Georgia:the but enforcement have sft&ee of enough web a to law:,#,
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'/!) :;"" .-!- .!: ,, _:, ... y,1. ,:- .-. ed of:y ears; all:ripen:at once), and '!must! ';be picked po:not appear, to suffer from'itj,. Iam: .. ,;.f:'
" 1 ; : ; the orange tree !maybe emyjiay'or.the'birds: : ; \will take)more : :, "
,1... ..: to sr ta irt Gi "siTroeB:' (rpzenJoJfie'lI1d'; itis_sure To;send thVn'theirshare.. led.to:believeihat\ the :camphor roots ', ,:-' :{
[ :: 1"i1a,P1 r read. '?uttfowee; the ; feed on 'elements, not.taken: : :,by olfr '
., : tip sprouts"frooi;: 2 ioots.znone_.to The, berry.;.is 'as':small as, a, 'wild up .:.
":t" ;to g{ ft recent visit to, my..orange .t threeyears;: afterwards;.and-_anew-treeortreesare .cherry, and '.'when.;,cured.',will. weigh er trees, -If 4 this.be true* ., theplanting.-, ::
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l' ; wluchYof.the : : :soon :grow ""and. iri-bear- 'r,Soo to:the pound _They.should hot of camphor "in! the j check'Lof orasge \ :
1i : : Jtf[ efman :: year iIn.1: the&"economy' of' ,nature -
it be : '
iBgrj; : : ; separated from 'the berry if the would afford the '
ta'set'oitt
; lie thought best cltru&treesa seems'necessary'that"thetrees' shouldbe groves greatest pretectionto i : .,
"- = owVex- seedbefreshV The imporIedseed are arid be an additioaal =
Hit reply coincided'with'my : oranges '
,{ perieoce. Said he;: "Noveber-istbe: ;dccaaohanykilled of' destroY. the yeiy'difficult to sprout/unless='you. are 'profit to.the':planter. As theca <:;.
t. mankinds ;;i insects: tHat infest t the acquainted with! 'some of- the ,mvsterjesof : '
be* month, for:'these ;reasonsFhe tree / \ th phor tree.drops but.:.few leaves: in---a': }-;: '
.tzm" have stepped grorvtnheflaw, .Jlonst, !: .Plenty of moisturenot tie soil is.. not made.richer that. r--:
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,: of it towards t jwlie.re.ffi : it be i that the carte=
: tap e"r : way,- so : may s ,
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The is
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country. cent of .
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our dimate/it works[all:winter. The ; ,33 phor tJ'ee. like:the chameleon lives OB ,
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: perhaps,gradually'losing i its, heat;;"sq is imported seed Inten weeks;;and.'per .4 .. '
silk of transplantiiig practically ,ins earth ,, ; : air. : .' : 0 "o'.t
the : '
: ; TKe/poles': are.. changing haps. :within six '
:25 per .cent more
lura the ,'from 'i The tree does not .,, > ;
uryfrornfrost.At camphor ,
top : |! ;
!thwpjacerslbwly:; : : ;; but for .airpracti; months. Th /same tr'ea menthVith thehomegrowii grow o.j { :_ .
thit season: the:;ground 'is1'w arrnandamaUr ; ,-- caUpurposes .due c climate, .where moist,7 i that t;:callousing'the }l .sproutsper distinct growths.in: It sends -' :
;sro ; : a' ,
,. .haYetwafer/and 5 ;'forest protection! ;,.i is',a 'ceUt., in''two months. year. --
quickly taiet place, .roots start atonce placein which .to"raise, ; out,three,tofive: shoots from. the cad .
good '
and all winter. 'March ; oranges. PLANTING.. of each The 'is .
grow : By 'There.tare: [ ; doubtless'some better (I twig. tree today almost -
the tree a firmly estaWUhed and ready; haVe'eaten.Jbetter'"oranges: .than, : The best for 'the'farmer or'small entirely enveloped by'-the 'new ,

to,make top growth;wherers,=if,planted grown' : ,in '|lbridain:.; far-off Hawaii any), planter,would be.-to put a quantity of growth. It, willnot, take long: fa.L. '.;' .:' ,

in February the ground is-cold_ and but 'places l ; whefet'better are rich-s'9iljn a cauldron,.coverjtiwithwater tree_ ,'of this,'age (ten years) tov double* :' : _o :.-

the dry March winds that follow delaythe l grown;are far; away;: from any oranges market t. :and bring ittd aJqilj.; to kill all its weight. 'la"the;; Chinese, tree. the '. '

1-,-, formation:of root;=and/;thefusualt ,or exposeditodroutHs: : ; or gales. I"r = the seeds that may bejn.the; ; earth, new: shoots are alight yellow, turning -

is that very;!}littletopgrowth i ; };is Bard:a-small, ,well kept : then place ifin 'a .bbx'and"plant' the to a,dark'green, with .lew; slightly = i

the follo ring'suiiihe'::: "'fIbelleve ; .11l.t this section' ':nfar; .the:orange riyeras grove goodan'snvestment seeds J. inch deep in rows tHree inches tinged with' pink When, the, limbs

," said he;;','that' ire&;.planted; ;''isoveinber .' ;;as the shares of abanjc.oran ; apart, water. the:soil with ;,weak liquid are,two-years old there comes a coarse -

will grow' :: better 'and pro- ,.interest in.a mine. There have manure' nd'keep'.it,mofst-:: not soppy bark, a shaggy bark. Every portioiiVof ;.,., ,.

\ fruit one year:earlier-than' thoseedinFebruary beenoranges' 'for;home; use and.to. sell in:a' sunshiny place and if.the seeds ,tree, leaves f: limbs roots,. and./ ", '
;" gfAjsbe so < be fresh they will begin to:come: seeds contains camphor. ; ,
; in this vicinity for f iCJ' years:'or*more, up ; ":-X'
60 ,in":Novem inside of'two months. When' it has :
rhy people- not,plant( i with"the,exception of four of five- HOW'TO'GET IT OUT.
berg' I aikedWith. "a;::; mile" he ;ansr. I years four l leaves pick:oat and set them in
.f atidahee: alwayswill; be. forr hundreds
.I,,have been experimenting for the
.. peoplewant; thenurse rows<< wide, to 'draw '
.eel.uMaJlY: l : No enougb apart : out
bflyears.tb come other tree :
orpknuwiil.one ,
ryrnan' tq.t take:all t chances'of a freeze, l; ; year with another t the ,weeds,'and they':will )e'ready' 'to past two:yearsJn; a crude way, to da- ", '" ,
yieldso
which risk;really l :: imsitb:; :nothing lunch rabney'with! sot little care.d. setjn,grove form,next, .year. .If well 'cover' the; ;guar and oil. In my articld :X '
the bailerfor: e'MpfisVbusy: :cared for ,will be' feet for,,the; Agricultural Department, :I -
fcto ; ; :; : ;:tun: trouble small orange they two high a '='
as : nearthVJwelling
'' a. grove suggested that the;.mat ia1s be groundsupandtreated'to _
grouad forming: taw! :roots).:,while hpuse/aAnd: 'we cannot when a:year old, As.rats; and chickens
.top-aiai'doiniant>until r-repairs: : : ":wiWeaT the .seeds;,the ,topTshould : a steam bath, and
improve i ::on t the. method my old'neighbors then. ,subjected I a hydraulic
press
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completed Said-he; ,' II: have and :' ; protected from them.'__ '
George: 'Natty11 Hartley, -
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>wn roughJemon'; 'stock, transplant. The'best distance'apart in tHegroyeis as the process' :, of, .extracting linseedoil

first" week Nbvember':: to' make downlhe adbpted"sixty-two: close. the ago.vizCut and ;question, difficult to answer; I ,, bail find in experimenting: that
trees to ground thiswpuld: not-be economical ,
totwelve niches, way,
rootf eight have treesecured'.fromChina'inthespring
long a ::
wait patiently/two: or three for
years beeause'the.camphorisso l : volatile that
A rst-an&thetops s"to make exygrowh.the'following the 'of :1896., It was less,than, a
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I fruitagain."The -, it-will, "without cause or 'piov =
_sum-, foot, long. It'now ;has,a spread of escape. y
: most JsYalways.; madeUrpnTany. -
= money : ocation., :In order to: secure ,the: -. -
,feet A visited
ier. .My friend's aigu dept sound i twenty 'gentleman'who -
fruit ;near i its
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f : ..nprthernL.limitbrgrowtb. :
and is borne : :/ melast :and Had'made largest per, cent of gum and oil an,entirely : y Y
out. by :mjrfpwn; .experi.fence. : .:. Thus: there]s more: moneyin ; year; extensive -: discovered.Izuhe .'
;new must IMS
Plant in'.Novembif'bu1k: ; :theth .journeys.in China, m'the interest process "
peaches.in New; the .
l eight(toiwelve. e inches high about)( blossoms : ,killed Jersey few, here of his house, said,my'tree"'had nptye .first:place, the'Chinese process '
are by
trunk, and:you.may}laugh' at_Jack" !jthe "cold than n every e'Js.' in Georgia years begun,to:g o\V._ He had :seen :them requires too much time,-twelve hour
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require an to
for the first sea on;at=least.- in EasternChinaover: op feet.tall, : ;
,where thepeacltree:; ;faster,,and >
grows w:
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less-danger fft"ftc
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Atlanta Ga. :: 'cif ;
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live oaslong: as : ought to willeither !
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::I.fear don't feel :well ,
Ora. SIt..i'_. .. 'J'tit"J. lirl. :, : so as' .move, your:: ,house forty: feel .During:September I made,some experiments : i ,:
did before the -"line '
:GMerf: ,':: .iif.'F i they jate: :storm.1The : away Soar and'find, first. )that:>the, ,oil -6 ;
oftEdeii .was broken ;:prjhe tree;' : ;will)not .say J. :
For a year..,aioore; tiaftee.ale, :freeiiiFebius4 ::jGafdeh. up, muchj, jjust; :now; :.aboutjie' distanceapaE and; : "gnai"commence to! acape $ a:,_ "rverq -
'is <
,;! 895,'f many J 'o{ ss1_,: erethin l sblorig' ago, and;: it 'useless t6ex-; 1nL the glove!;)but 'wiITIeaveit; to -slight temperature above the BOTV-/1. : : o .
:e quite:'discouraged( :but'it 'is seen pect to:find:a'place-where, a 1ges'.wl1; the planter(' .recently read oily article mai condition-of the atmosphere,' .ia- : .;;?:. ..: ;;

though :Jk .trintk:*;,and "without,cave: or fertilizer'. ,; where ;advising. the planting fifteen feetin'r !dee1L.whenpassing, 'a", 'camphor! tree; ,'.t'
:he ;of ran :Ttree"my 'be th twi1r; : n::wr lI.acid. ha ve no insect ; dunB the hot tbf .arid.An ".
:! .orange : : ws arid,.the rows thirty feet.apart. } days July .':-f< -:;
led by''arfreeie:the,rootsjdl; al-' enemies :and:there is"no' such thing as :Florida : gUt}.if.your proboscis, be in.a.normal__, :.:. ,t,.. ,

put tiup'spiouts: and. .make;nevi. ,afreeze'i.," '..... '.... $ :;.!..- ,,CHBSEBRO.,.-,.:, -, Se' : perectlyadaptedtoheiiphor# soilandcliniate'iappear: to,, condition you will r be'reminded:of,the. ', ... ,, -
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again,: A'good many ot the, or-, ; ; : '. -c.lltwr, !. in'Florida." and; : I; ;kiow:. ..of; no: rte;why ,li ."old! lady's.everlaeting: 'camphor; botUe ,,> X

groves here that: Iere' neglectedJ ; will ,not'attain"loo feet L and. more! T .V mHeight ?: ;fetal 'cannot:be.ttied'ia;.oMf&k',-::2" :

J show any signs':o<_,)life in the : ;Oar hell'j CnoU':, cdfitriStttor;. Mr;; ( with. .(corresponding:;spread.If tagThe: ;app rat is,!mist; 'be, either -.: ;:,

r of tSgs.'b\it',: 'this season Jl Ed:, irileyrs6f. 1K aka;;Lake< >Fla.i. ;; this be So':,':then ;the dwttince. be porcelain' or,, wood-,lined.Xiiew ; ". =':)'',?,;' ,
Making a good growtti'whether furnishes the Times Union'and Citizen '' : pfoowf mutt be ;discovered._ :"
tweet the trees mujrt: be de Ided.b ; : ;. :, .t ,"1'j-!:

and cultivated or negkctid, with the:: followingyeryinterelugnnd'valuable --. the':gfewer. '- If he,intend*- to.cut! his Axpoloa oi camphor, ,, has-- ',an,. =: ,. ,, '..", "::-., -:


is a grove here adjoining';,,mine' letter:_ ; -. 0 ., trees.1rM: fi'... f;,!I"f.i-." -"'.;.::: '.,
tau had neither cultivation 'etervatk ii -- forLa ...iI The ,> '.-.... -' is ,' "" '
nor From mr expwieaCi,' ,. '- teen.feet' ,'aaart. may ',fee w3de'ems; .' W.. e.-; : ". ";"-',>, ""-"
since the freeic that'haIi; i and eve .coneapoodebce,,.I ,am but as' :f,said' Mfoi .,--":.. 1.C strongly':impregnatel; -with. ,.vcaaphof, ';??;:: ..._
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of healthy sprouts four' to I It conyinccd that:the'Chuwicyanety:: :of ; ji""" 'M' 9 I ; 'iC':: ; ,:. e. i bat it evapolratw .ra a",1fttIe-dJile., IshH '_ '=,,' :r
high. But few grow have camphor, iMMt'lbriHondaii' f It : -. 'I aim,to- coodenK: .tbe1 caiiiphorand ;':.i;:::." ;

care and cultivation ,they I has dark blue, ,berries,, dark; ;foliage, f"'1 -t... ?, ,CULTlVATI.dK,.sAfter ., i;,i filter:thewaterTbefore:: ;; : :. :it leaves .1f.1. $;;:;:4?"' ,
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lave had and those that have. and after'he' tre.. k, well started"it '':tHe. planter J bag '::1 decided the! .the ap Jtrattil., .So: ;far' ::1' :have' sot '. s, ,-- :

eight to fifteen feet.high will stand our dest W't herar3dj'is dikance between) :=the :tree,. there it beaus.successful;as)::anticipated, but ?!_ti"

ft few oranges last year.and a tank"an, Upid grower' from',>the but.littk to:do:but) .to plant them. AU it was mainly:_y6wiag"fbthe-Ctttde i ; arti- ',- j: _

oranges now. start; :' ..-..-.r. ". the;cultivation. ;:they: need 'is to keep I II des I had in use.: "But.I' =feel confident '':'-;3' ..

D. Mead has one both with The jf* blooms ia March, when I dow the,weeds until the tree is firmly I that this principle with} properly --l:, ..s:. ,

.. i and Mr. J. C. Brown abom/! yon old. The bloom is a established, and then it will 1 take care! made apparatus, a camphor tree would -'- ;: '

-'over thirty. It seems sinftjp delicate white flower with 'a I of itself. It is a forager, for I hive yield 1-30 instead, of 1-177 in mer- -

_..;that an onsge tree once dine odor of .camphor. They do sot found ,roots sixty feet away''''0 ,. ';ton'. the! chacdise products..,.,, .. '
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,:=, .{M-iKFits; >Foot ,BrandwB166I:; ( and '. Bo j 1ea $17.00 per> Ton, .

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"' ? THR PROFITS IN,CAMPHOR .Red RustUie.back.The ;
: the first of '
fermenta
egar-is: product be
-" :confined to fruits tha .
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: t \ : A number, of articles: 'have 'appeare -. :Titusyille Star, after referring tion., When 'nothing better can be taste acid. All our northern-grow ;

: {;.l-,} ;; c- .!recently'from welllnfprmeli 'men, to pur.remarks on this subject .in reference had;it may, and-should.be. used.. But fruits, even when sweet, con .

= .:' ..'giving;,die profits' of camphor. Dr.44E 'to_a.published formula for the the natural acids of most summer fruits enough acids.to make them benefi .
Hale'-of-:Chicago, stated.'in'the Inter- treatment,'has this to of the treatment
say are far,to be preferred. Nature provides Very: -.rich .fruits'contain tnuchaacc
_ :. .- \: .Ocean'thatthe': ; profits-or'yieldf.would: w.h we'gladly reproduce.: :: these during the'summer season, nine matter, which disguises 'then

'" i\, 'be $300 to $400 ;per acre, 'at't.hee ,Not being an ..agriculturist we dp ,beginningwith the strawberry acidity. They are' however; not S
among
years, I, have:no'means>of knowmg'whether .not;feel l competent to make comment fruits :and with the rhubarb plant easy to digest as the Its8' highly-'fla f 1
J ; this ;:is affair; estimate: or'not: on,the remarks of our contemporary vored fruits in which '
acid
among vegetables, whose acidity is,the predominates. ..
x'r 1 have had( a number of inert who un"derstandtrees There 'is .undoubtedly a great deal of .
sole reason for. its popularity\ ,The The Russet apple, for.examc
:arid timber truth in what .
.estimate ; he ..says, but we have .
; into pie, though called has:
f strawberry beguiles. us, eating It. a sourapple: ,
,the=weigh of.:a ten.yearbld tree f'and. been told ,by' orange growers, ;who'havevestigated When we'smell its delicious'aroma nota great deal of sweetness under the soi

they all put' it ,at more than a.ton.Thisbythe Mr.,Froscher's, ;.treatment hint 'is. given of the acidity beneath which makes'its cider very rich? i'
i- ., l present:process. of 7710 that it-is efficacious and a'good ,
it and which the first bite discloses. so great variety of fruits i .as" can be a'
.r- ,1' ..make one would yield! '30:pounds of !thing: for:tfie, groves. One 'of these Curran'ts'ana: gooseberries are hardly ways had in the markets, nobod

.:,>tj'i camphor*. At, ,400, :would,"make $Ii; growers'was very skeptical as to re-: less popular than .the strawberry, and should suffer.from indigestion ifi i -

c'. ; >. 'for:the.tree; ioq.tr Jo'an'acrewo.u1d.' suits and would- : not believe until, life; they have ,no aroma,. showing: that.it tion of the'liver Is the cause'of tbJtroub

,, make' ;$' i,206. at ,ten '.years. .If. the saw: with ,his eyes., Spmepf; 'our small isr really! the! acid, that we want. It is e.--.l\mencan: 'Cultivator: :: j' -
;, ; .'!\sprouts (from the:roots'Will replace the growers.have lost nearly all-jtheir i ,crop a fact that the most. acid strawberriesare .." '.
,1i -tree in three years .the profits :would'ffi of oranges, from the effects of this so. '
J always surelongest t to their
keep ;
> ,. v ,:exceed(fevery, {product in the land. called red rust.Vnh the treatmentas popularity. The'mild.. sub-acid ber. Pinery. ,

to Butfrom) this. amount must'come"cultivating ,: referred; to, ,the crop, as'we,,have ri however good toeat, 'out.of hand Edited. y John B.Beach West Palm.B ch.Pedigree f
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'I fl: ; hauling,,' grinding' and.distil. been told, can bl} saved. This being are inferior i to the acid, sorts. .for can,- Smooth Cayennes .
Jing so*we can'thelp saying it is a. good fnlng. Editor Fanner and Fruit-Grower.

q' ; 'Dunf the tree.can' be,cut, at three !thing, and that it ought to be '''pushed The orange, lemon and lime.'are the The strawberry specialists set do

:: ',years,-and willYenew.itself in a"year, along.' Without :upsetting, the. diag product of tropical climes, and ,theyare thefollowing'maXims which apply
: CtU '- and one'discovers and nosis'.of: if ,
some a cheaper our contemporary we.qn
.' .. much more acid than most fruits pineapple culture as well 'as ,to'
L- .; .' better. process; one; that; will:give one afford remedy, even though only.sufficient grown' farther north, There "'is' strawberry: .

::: : "';" :.... pound from thirty:Instead.of now; one,4M' i ,to).relieve for the time, and found wisdom inn this. 'Vhere;perpetual pro- I. Like begets like.,in'plants'as : x

: '. :jr om .seventyrseyenr the f ozen' hills 'save the crop to.the grower,. we' think'' l summer prevails 1 the liver works as in animals.
:and rivers 'of: Alaska. 'will have it!is .to( be commended
t no : We 'fear'
our sluggishly, and..,it:needs. some kind .of! 2. That ,twp scrubs whether. .
charm for
r the seeker after'wealth. I contemporary regards Mr F/oscher's' acids to set .it to' working again. The plants or animals,. cannot begftj L
.. :t: .' .am'satifed that the camphor t has came :treatment only as scheme. to entrap '
l acids
: ; natural. of fruits are much.. .the ,thoroughbred. :
',5 'to staGhat' It will ,be a permanent the.unwary. Nothing could be farther .
best for this purpose. Jri winter we ,3. hat the weakness, or,disease c
-.; : ,r, Jj and;a""profitable, ''i industry. .Jt, l must, from the facts. Mr. Fros{ r. is a learn the habit of eating meats. ''and the mother 'plant is transmitted, to:'''.

4.:.' f t. '. -* however appear- patent:.to every one plain, unassuming S man, ,who, has not fats of all kinds, which in cold weather runners. sprouts or seed. .
,,4..:a a ,that;thev. greatest success .-will only .be considered' :idea of making money the. of : 'That '
extra enables
r ft{,."j ,: attained by:making'large:plantations, out!of: his discovery., ,The secret ishlsiand the stomach amount,td digest.: oxygen Qxygen is jt- 4. strength also imparted, yigoraadabilityare to the f '

: ; : :Vipr'a community'of plantations so ,as : it would but just that heshiluld
..; ; ; > seem self an acid. Astfie'oxygen; I l lessensin runners ,sprouts, and .suckers jS.
'i :!':' 1'" 't ;to :secure the' ; and I receive : { ;
: -: ; ,,: budding 'pf'large some 'compen'selor.tj.it tj ,
the air with warm,weather the 5. That
:/"';' system :plants,taken 'from,pedigi
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.J. !< :? proper distilleries', :ana.save) hauling, although"the,Ingredients! could not bekept ;'
!!I becomes .
,
.,:.- "...: ": ..'..:." 'etc.. lpng. conversa : less _ableto l : digest'fatty ; plants. possess their' good. quftlitii
secret( In
very t '
ry : foods and that the liver .
as high
: ; ; .elsl; ; truly) a'degree as the oflfsprinj a
:2i.t'jBu: (;the gum and _oil:arenotthe,onr #ion with us' 'he 'was, 'too modest ;to is clogged.l .It. is the liver Which thoroughbred animals. .. _

''L :.r.. j7It.; :: ,benefits' jp;J be, jdervedfrom-the'| ; ::1 thinfcof: receiving,recompense 'but emulsifies,, the.fats. The' craving ofthe.appetite"for 6..'That ;only plants from;
:
\ : ; beautiful l camphor;;tree. ,As if. ;he acts"W dvice'of friends he : pe
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; <{S ; ;' : anorna. *1 .t acids'in'some form indicates plants, .strong,.. ',yigoroa? ,and' r
;;j;.: :::>';:f wenE jt sufpasses.the"bay, and"magno*I.will dp so'.to,the.extent of:: reimburse that : -
tbls1s'what
both should
fruiters
stohand' be ksled.to,
<\ \. ," ,;; '- :"1i and't:as: A windbreak'it' willprpye }ng":::himself .to.'sdm'e. :extent ;for ,the 'liver cra"veto' enable'the:latter to' results... : ;-P ; .gettable v
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'St&k the lest .
discovered.4 I time: hennas experimented with this. '
''' :. or-: perform( work properly<< ; Even quite 4 :The atove'as applied tohaa' -
< ., w': :
..{ ;. This inoniiatipn is !
..., ,. ; given by: request angearouble! and remedy. '
:' I tafpork caD.be .ea 'with' ieU .if bees demonstratedHawakn .
", ea a i; clearly
,,a ?.;: ;. J'Have.neittier; 'seed-norseed' : .. > ..,.... ; > :
.' : t?Dp for>:sale 'and.-to-show v t 'F 1HtS for'< ;.r' first:covered withyii0gar, though'thappetiteotherwise.'wc e :Islands, where" fl.nc
: ; Theg: f.9 r.. Summer Qlet =
.. : for suckers c'X
idfeject'.itdWhile market t the
: .- :: ,iit 6Y i ip, dais tna : ,
industry..i f .
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i1Ig his.necry'to'liealthahata: ,
? ; large : vinegar may orn in beonjuripus. -. and careful selection .of suc, ,
state that one: .of Mt' : prominent' seed. part:of tKe'diet. /summer;:'should.be especially! .as ,much; >Mt 'KIBOWmapefrqmch"emically.prcx3ijki the best and.largest fruiters, My
i men in the State.ttm: : : ; the market"}try.ing both vegetable'atid.acid. .3iost"*cfthe" t : ( acids C. d <:ed/'wonderful 'results' the-,-

4 to buy e&.-- year's i+A :seen V. .' crop.T -" '. -; yegetalSes t ):<"J" ..ised, with. > some; yinega- -.
Beware of,- t' ..t. veiia hog- cholera.r which. in hot::weather i is}always partic-j! ; J justi'as; 'good.effectsiiiatiaoui. : ititHe size of those grown'in!:J Flor* rf

... ? '' "." "- ularly-grateful to,the'.palate.. ;. ;Bu\.vin/, 'Hypr".; without,. any-< bad l;after t-ea kMlV, ; fruit ayeragmglfulj. : r1%. pr

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V : ..,..,.. ...i-. .. : :. ,, : _--<. .. ... "- H ".-.,.....t', "t...' *" C",-FLOSIDA- P.FAEMBB,, >-AND.. *_FBUIT'GR'WIR.- -V V-:' ".Jj! -- 4,- .I. ::111 _. 661' .-.;.--..:.:. _
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Mr-f-E: A.: Peck, of; Orltndo; .J ;:M; ... .... -. : : l ':::
1RllCKER.f "
to imported several'thud: of,the 'JARE& : : ., KILLSA'i : .S' 'CA LE10.: :: { .'...

very largest..of these: after fruk"ing ; ,-: : : '
reiet.tJi ; ': f S+Igar Beets an-.the<..South'.. t14 1U f
and in hir and -
.. m=< -.. ,piaery i i{
,new has fioe'stocky:suckers"growing- ;' eJIepartment; of ,Agriculture is l THRIPJUICEIs 4.7 X

that promiae''to : i 1the::t jmportedslock beginningtpf:; ; eceiye. fetutns! :from thesamples '. .

: .-" : *,. which measure' from>two' ;.to of.beet seed.-sent' out last year Strongly Concentrated, and, when ? .
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three f.et from the gToandup"to! :com- >t. and all who ii 1- !, 'Diluted. .as Directed, ,_, it makes 1, :'S'i :- '
for purposes;;: "
; : ofahe stem' and.fromfour ..xp ..', 'I I \ :;
ment insecticide
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the :
1-L T. : : Interested ''inn the- SoiitIi4 will be .a pf probably. Cheapest : ,'.:" ii;., .}"_ -. _
: \ ;ta}| a:ioehes1n; : 'diameter;with' leaves are: .! :, ;' l in the fl:orld. .? : < .
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.":' pleased/ 'learn That,Secretary Wilsonis -.f 1 .. ... ::
d, half i inches wide atbaselset'jSJooo ; .. ... '.:
.' = mdcligratilied'overthereoits """T1-II'CALI-OIWtCI.IIo.... 1 ,. '- ": :- ",.
.eckTwill ; of thesepedr :: from Used in Florida for f 13 Years. "<

t r5iooo ,- .this,'section, .of the ;country. .'In, .all,. i 4 r ; 4; i i :{ :. ,
: : .n9 J Jhis is 1ti.--c--r.o"t.1; :: '
toJpooo; growing '
? ,seed sent to :
22ooo5)ackages'of : were '
in' ( i ij H. B. MARSH, General Agent, :- \;. :-
'tte tight direction, as;the J large ex.a =-"T.._ :=: ? o
; various of the.United j' c
( States ,
:
-teJt4OD: pineapple; industrywill: portions; : ;1. .er.:1: l.dlrm."E-of.. :!., 'bkahunika (Lake. Co.' ), Fla.," .. '-.' ',
: ='fE"t.
'TKVSSrJv SBK i& U f
and territories.. All :of the Southern < eo
flood: "
'e) Jsooi ;the:markets with everything i. ;: ARS, i '
> States it.is understood :were included 1ST Sold by many merchants. .
: ,bftte4coicest. of fruit., ,. i"
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''..,..'.. ..:-".-.'0....""' ,. "9.,".J' :'- *'4 .'PEDIG"' .:..E". : i in'the: :distribution.. { With each pack :' MA ESL 9 HA, SMOND'S SLUG SHOT. WORKS, '':.'": '..;,:,,'', )-

). irOrlando i jFla.; .age were, sent; instructions' as to?the fISHKILL-ON-HOOSOI, MEW YORK. ";:'.: :"

< ;:t.. ,/- .. ..- -- i proper manner of planting, the, seed -- '':', :',
.':-" ."",Ante'.and ',-- \ andcultivating: the beets Of the results ''":' ''. '

"..,.;.' ...i.",-_'._.;-..,.;.{ -_*.Mealy js-*. ".'..BugsfXVCV. ..,;' '.. Jr .reported tto' the_ .Agricultural De-_ Florida's Substitute;: for Cranberrie. sPditor slimed. in cutting is ,the .stoopto cut, :K'-: '

J t blkrme.... .and'. 'Inui i:-Grower' -- ,. partraent'vthus far,, ..beets grown in Farmer and Fruit Grower.. I the..bottom. "' :. ',:
h.atgt c.---,1. -I. ding--' -- -_"01 'F.:, LAmortux's whattis'kIiq at Pecos. Valley'of.l In 'a late number the ,Ne'w"York: I Skillful cane cutters try to strike theattaching ,;::-

: article'on l ants.and mealy bugs ew Mexico; have' yielded about 20 Fruit.. Trade, Journal, ,'appeared this : I leaves, from the standing;.-:_ ':.:: K

Fon hlspineB; ; :the\last, ,number' ;of per .:cent. of -saccharine matter... On 'T ere is;no question but what .there I"stalk of cane with one blow .The;= < ,::
'urlyaloable; ..paper- .it ,the;:Doctor the State farm near Richmond, Va., will be a light crop of cranberries' in. I cane is then seized at the middle 'andciit :: ''

ur:,Kt somcfcyanide! : said :Mr. Haivey P, Miller I comes over: it, is struck ..off'at the '': .
local'
(e a l lump thesize:; ',of:'a nutmeg and experts, show from 12 to '.
'( Other ,indicate ,that .there r proper.joint. In this way three'blows ': ,:. i
reports
,
ice"jntw6quajrts: ,; ',of': old.water; .letdissolve I8:percent.. .
will lotbe'to exceed.one.half a' crop. .and; sometimes four, are sufficient to t
t i ;;'putit.ina; sprinkler: t Secretary; Wilsonin. i ., _.speaking of.the '
The cranberry is .something .that will clean,-,cut and ,the cane .and then .' ;"
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openingsand-wherever;, : he finds matter, said': "It has been generally top } : .j:"
: be missed and until 'lately, nothinghas it j is thrown into, the heap row Canes ., '>
,
:j bC-'ants;-sprinkle' :,them down_ .believed that.beets_ ; : for sugar 2' ,
it/s; 'Ki!ill' ;not only killiH:that. purposes could.onlypbegown successfully been' found 'to take its place: -The sometimes, topped before they 'are '- ,'

on";r :;.top.of: .the' ground,-::but;all in.a beltof; country/of/ which the Sand hills of South Florida, .in the cut at the bottom, but if they are tall, '- ; ,

ae in,:the nest'b low., State of Iowa, formed' the southern Jamaica; sorrel, are producing in the proper time for the top cut is not _

e\\u;(no*: i insecticide.,, for" scale;or, limit i ', This claim';was'based upon the abundance.a.perfect substitute.. There easily determined in this w y.The -' : .
er'; ::trouble: /,on'-,1 trees" or plants I experience of the. German beet growers are many who prefer sorrel to the bestCape bottom cut being made with the end ,0. "

IJ&(bi:sulphate.',of.soda; .bet.1 .and.-,was due to':the fa.ct.tha in the Cod cranberry. It is'a plant of of the cane knife does not require very" ,, .

pines,-;but' ; it is. hard to find belt referred, to the-conditions:of temperature the.hibiscus family In fact, its name. much stooping, and hence we doubt: ,
"
l.t) better than salt: and :moisture- seemed ,most (hibiscus sabdarifa. ) is indicative"-as towhat there being very much economy' in. ,
; ,part:of theyegetable kingdom it the Florida plan thus referred to. It r'
Pake a;;hal milk; pan full .of roar favorable. D riJg-thetrionth Sep-. .'
jdissoiye"; :*ith four'quartsofand.applTtoTeinealy : tember,,;:when' the; beet, matures- it is belongs. It,is. A: plant that :is sour,: is considered very desirable to make avery '... ::;=

el, :;: =bug on necessary.'to havedryweather, else:; it- root; stem, leaf. and branch, and an 'clean cut at the bottom, so as not ,

ines, and all.l'that)jt.hits'are'kill-. : : may begin 'sprouting ;again ,and the an 't1al"fni.iting" from\seed, in December -- to split the stubble, thus avoiding: unnecessary 1' r L'.

-oneliappens: ':to ,get-the'solu- proportion pi its: .sugar-ri1 king quali- that was planted l in spring. Twelve injury to it. Perhaps some _:;; T .

too strong-i,it may.!injure i the plants;; ties become. greatly 'reduced. ,Next hundred plants! can' be grown upon.atf of .our readers have experience in cut. \=. '

[ lor,fear of;that,'I: spmetimesfill, year'we. ,shall.distribute, seed throughout acre, each' plant producing! ,from.,:four i ting canes witli .a .hoe, and if so, --we '.

sprinkler;with water, ,and'an'hour ,.the, .country. and: include, the quarts ,.to a ,halt bushel: of. :fruit. It I should be glad for them to take up ,

wash Ifce\. application:saltoff: : southern 'portions! ,, even the:tide water tan be 'canned, made into jelly, marmalade our correspondent's suggestion and. .'\ "

< e.. haid-:iio:trouble to rid my;;plants sections. From,the.results obtained: I 'pies, puddings",vinegar,wines. discuss it. We just-.recall the fact that .' .'.
.i8wayras; ,I. have:; alsocleanedoff :,; see 'no' "reason why the culture with and i intoxicating liquors: It, makes an old friend of ours,'oflpng and successful '. i2. .

from guava trees' :whenithele ( !the'isugarbeet.: cannot' ',be successfully fine dressing for the Christmas turkey. experience in Louisiana, Insists ': : .

bush'was: ,not only:'covered. with carr'ied'oa ih-.th'e; South in, ,areas large Its leaves are cooked as greens. It can that in his cano- cutting, the bottom '. /- .. : ..rt "

bugs;both ,they,:had, been'!.oh; 'so enough to warrant the operation be shipped most' any distance .and arrive cut shall be made first, to avoid splitting ; .:
in. perfect shape for It the stubble.-Louisiana Planter. ." '-- ."
thai the leaves were, ,'entirelyiiith beet sugar factories. 'In Nebraska and .COO( lpg. .'", ..
r : black sooty ubsUnce,' other points in'the West' these: plantsare was introduced here from seed pro:= Bermuda Grass., : > -;:

iepf.,the,twigs, as also leaves, now 'being i ;operated successfully: cured in Australia. If the South Florida There is,but'one, grass 'and only 0" Y
fruit growers would: make an attempt to
cad. ; _' A profitable yield averages twelve tons '
that will
take full of -
one, possession -
mealy.l .bugs .";ent;lromt':thosemy to the, acre.. ,, '.An ,area:between 3,200 put the fruit of the plant upon the" market !i our.lands,and hold .its_ own through. "r L -
is .
there it
but what would
'. -no question ) ; S
pines and they some and 4ipoo; ,acres_ should.be sufficient to 1
;
-gave i summer's ,heat'and"winter's cold, wet : '.
find a ;sale but : it is r :;; '
ready
now only ''
.mime = cleaned supply a factory.Mr. .
Jot but .
> :. Jj : > or dry and that is bermuda = : ,
produced the New Vork State ; grass, : ,
as ,
off .with;the salt: Wilson said that the German su '
i i : ,!beet'averaged 'about) t; cent.of'sugarmaking'properties farmer produces currants, .an .abundance sayan; exchange.It .is perennial, ,- ', .
pBite (nqt-bisulphidejpfisoda ;J. gar 14 per for'his'oWD his and! if not,choked_ out by' rank vege ., .' .
use'andsomeJor
>b e iter. ,than the/...Silt :Ii does which indicates tation, will 'endure for all time. It is. 1", J "
:ig::just..ai';well,, withno;: d_ aninjuring that :the' samples,'(froni ,New neighbors., perhaps, but none for asa permanent:pasture.however,. that, : _'! '.
market,
'' PETER PRIJIDLE ,
; i the I leaves 'of the Mexicowand'! Virginia'are-:considerably ; '
: : we wish to advocate Every farmer .. ;
.
-ii r Parkj FJ '
: mexcess.of wlatis needed insure .
c *. : to : : should have it hi
sufficiency near
.,- < :. ft _' pf $ : -r :
>
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r : ..... Jat, d as.Mon.Health0fcet ,:. the success'of-.:growing ;such beefs in t.;;. ,-. house for all his stock,. and should set -, ; 4'-" ., 9 '
< -' '-<) a tfoe.A ,
this .country, J; The secretary intends 'Cutting.ane With '
.1" to:-work now,and prepare for its, setting / OJ.'t.. ;,
; Porter'says that distributing all.the.. :American beet seed .Florida 'correspondent, formerlya next spring by .leaving unplanted ,": .-': -
ly safe way to fumigate! mails! which hecan- procure/'and', expects to 'resident f;'of Louisiana,:with long l ex- or unutilized lUhe.ground -wishesj.: '

: Ftbemand: : :, thatrthe.present'only .: t obtain at least three''tons' from the Pe" ; perience'in-.thesugar.indusuy; to devote to it. It 'will teed more ,.,,>.'.: ,::_;

11. ; : aT sop to.the'fwrsjldfjileVti'In cosyafey:_,groers.:;ot :The. balance us thatn .haS" noticed in Florida that, stock to the acre ,than any known ...:. 4r:; "j-. '. .:

'proof of his positionthe. needed:will' ;be supplied from XJerman the'farmers'who',had _small(patches s-or grass, ;and, for: a longer period All.r. !. /;1 J::' -.,. :
factihatfor; many iyearsiU growers, TheBepartment:: rb(Agriculture \- sugar: :cane first ;.topped.: it(and then kinds of stock 'are fond ,of It, The -: g:= '';' : r

have>- beeirjregularljr: isat: ,prejen analyzing.frdm 56 to, cut it:down. ;witrV'a' sharp;.l Koe 'which i ,value: of.an- acre:of good lands ( ; =:; .&

t Florida ports ,from,-" Havana, loq.:: 'samplesdailyy: i : aluacturerstRec ; was quite rapid .work* He inquires if 'with" it iS}:nknowD: It is. useless! ; ,to: '.:' '.- t., r
regarded as thee t.center fd.-.V : :f inLouisiana .not-economi : ', :
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sver;::tharthefer j il ,. i)is here 'meant;,doubt, cally adopt this_plancuttingtworows much,vaunted.ia: other..sections 9r-.Iiy, ?:? .. ';?If' '

fumigated-and:nat" :orie less :utli i: We ::have no together':a (l Cutting the third row, ;off J the agricultural l'press: Get :yoa;all, .< :'.' <;f ,:
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>w. "fever" has everpecurredrthesLrJacksonville; confide ",.er; 1.theadaptabilityoithelu the ordinary way, He[ thinks 'that the berminla rsriek>require. :Yoe" : :: ::<-,;

::......: <:.-\ : "" ;. *to.tiie'thin' )'sandsodeofFlori ; y" \there .may :be :.s< ne; ;economyjntheplan .will ,.never;regretU.-.;: With._9 ,it>: ;gras'.:-g',- '.;;'. -v JT'F -.
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r '.r,.a former has all tie eeds" .:f i in this: would be far'enough t'advanced :to.:do r ,. .

; ,-"''-'--...,'., "--<' Oats for...winter. '" _grazing_- ... ,:.fill... :"the- e any:Via:=Taal, 'FamLand'Ranch, .'/TheiceleW:r"-- ; ''-,-r:[:S: fi.- ;.8terrr' r=Retr.-

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: <' ..:. Mcfcas- from;>my tomatoes I acadent- ,ond:corn: crop-in.the:same.season., 'r. ;stafk ,;:l n.EU. ..'

) a ,TM": ,# ':,a*lrf let oane.,suckeraboutsix.; }inches .;; -,. .. > '. ... --,-- .!

r ,: : :'. ;. ,:."" "*' fallao J the. groundjaBd,;:stepping *- ;. 'jnensive Culture: : > Tin bilLliiJ' .. bi i its. <

-;-">,; : ', : :*, c rusne i;itJnto, ':the'soft'earth.dtyi ". :" :.Few people:realize;'how* much canbeixade -- ,

-5 .; -. ',: .... .afterVard'rBoticed: ..it ly-: i : from:an, aaeof.ground when p'a1T BATS'.) ,MARY."T. FROTSCHEh. .?, President.

,j,; 't ";.;ice;.andrtakwg'boId'of i ) it.tocc, % I givenproper; attention in strawberry rsod nna4$ ty, t Successor, -to **

sg- !hjjplt'to! ; 'the;comthea# p,J;noticed i growing: 'p; W. Blacknall ,of _South, Two Size,'.Bo.."t&d BOo..Dom, Richard !rotscher'i G1ivier8treet'Btanch Store,

'. ?" ;. c >' ... t had'ilirown:out aome fine:,foot5 Carolina, says, i in' Our. Horticulturalyisifon Nos.518 and 520 nviet'St.' ,New..Orleans La

z: .(' :'; ':< ':,:,_,'the bUtf1. .. ehdlte > .: This- was, ;,a:new' ''; -' Garden Importers Seeds and;._Grasses dealers,clover In Flower, bulbs,;Field seed and potatoes '.

,{i,r ',' ',' '. ',M : me_ ,.rand tJresQJv.e4 to: make //In.1887 by h heayymanuring netted to the'doctor of the'human animal.. Always by relative and fruit of the trees late in Richard their season Frotscher Conducted Order

?. ..< f.T ti" with 'tomatoes: ,I $3so"on. (quarter- 'of an.. acre; in :1888I ailing from a';'lack' of knowledge pf through;Richard Frotscher' manual of 3896 or
this sucker Fina.. vacant hill > the laws of health or from ve_'.dos send for one free,
; .:!i :: : : :netted: $ .on 'a.'scant cre'.and a 1gJV1thpatent
.A .' I t '':Ai""dr aitthrove, :: lmmedIatell; and pro quarter;''I,. averaged $400'netiari. acre with''bad:me .whiskey 9'r from giving
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.. ,of:large) >oth:tomatoes.:, -selected 'acre on five acres; in.;1893 .I netted ,from exposure to :drafts :of .air, "or nom'othersiDs
: "M .y.Ji ext experiment a, tomato stalk $600-an'acre on ,all I had under intensive of,omission or commission the

about,15 inches ;J high,. ; ridJ bent:;;.it to 'culture-about.five'tes.ff; : doctor is frequently:in demand, hy'the
> t1M''ground ;:coveringeacch. joint withetf&rand"pfe8 rWhile human' animal It is ,. the, ,doctors' d4rriggiBts'
r > : r.it'intoihe' : we .have.not: the figures meat, this! ignorance or: laziness 'I'bem lira nerer born a time when grow
:; : i : .soil hand wehave Dr. H.'E..McKayrf. eftmhoald. curd against ftilcn vith-mor
; D'9.doub"ttha of thehuman animaL care.' There,bM never been time when ,
_ xL ,. cloiely.: <,There ::'werefour: ;; ;joints j to ; .: It is a part of-the' work of/the Southern j :Ferry'a! .Seedt a the were beet.more For ewentiaL Ml 'The are ',

/...(with;/:from: 'e acJ(.pf f''iheif .suck*; eraged,fully as:;well as 'Mr. Blacknall. Kuralist' :to', ..furnish medicine' in i'de&len way even 'where. meet on hATisf by Jefcdl&c thew.FEa1RYS -!

'. er:grew, and:! ieTeredLttiicm_,<" r sas soon | :These: iigureYshow"what.can be doge.It Strong doses, by :telling: plain truths in SEEBiXMUil.
plain languageThere, ia_no such thing}
we.sttikslun4er: the: 's ckers 'had should j .U :
at ;: ;; ; remembered 'that we is .luck.. Bad management from' ignorranee foil of information girdenen and'
eta r.thrown;but;trootswhich; ; ,tlieyk.did"by: : mention; the strawberry,in..this, article 'or otherwise is. the' mother of.most than plaaterc.Them now to lend will for the never 1997 be edition.a better Free.time

-' ''''the.tia ne- theiu l: ickers' -were six. inches only.as one: of the. many fruits and evils. on the f rm. _- -. '.D. M. Ferry& Co.DetroitMloH. -

.. f )Kkhf .This)left)the tip:of the brigihJ :vegetables whichit, will pay to give ,Get Outof, Debt

':: "-,< ::;".' ,J Tstait attached:to; the lastJ01 and particular'att ntjon.-:: The: selection; ;of And keep out of debt..- That's.the lesson ED :

.:. -.:. ';Mkepi throwingout. :, jbintsjntUiit!: specialty: i ia fruit and. vegetable growjngissomething of these past ..yearsHof depressIon from

produced ,six;;' ;mae;k each:., ?on e;being ;: : which each grower ,which :we 'arE) now: happily emerging.
'0 ly severed'at ;trig t: :ti !e.' must,;decide, for' himself; His surroundings 'Apply on'your debts every dollar of your

.' '1J'e e' several plants,were. ..transplanti ,-:soil,. market: and personal 'increased receipts.; If you are getting 10 FAIRVIEW'INER.

iMo i J hills! by'taking)thera.up': 'with i :a ,choice i must :.all be taken ,into con or25 list:year per it cent should: more mean.for''your'stuff just'eo much than extra ,

i re1eirth.and. all, :.and each one sideratioa-Southern Horticulture '
; .- surplus: which %hich: to, ,pay. 'yourdebts
.. pwducing fine;, large :tomatoes, thusgiraog'naeteu .el if you haye':to ,pay any. Don'tbuy : Choice
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: : =fine'plants from the one. Bad'Luck 'or.!Bad Management, things'you can .do;without, at .least .

the processi .of. .l layermgit', '..v"Afl journeyeid.; ; homeward. my :mind until your'debts are j>aid.v "''L6ts"of' folks '

!:J, 'I. then"=took:'a' l ()mat.o'plant'; l' 'raieedM drifted to ot4er.f'anilers:; .that.are ''yearly get extravagant as.soon flush as times improvomoneyis ,In- : Pineapple > ,
trifle: with them,,,
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from seed ."aid*a. ckertas: 'near.thes having bad 1 luck, as' they a1l.it, and yet stead .of : whatl'they? ..... '
paYIng' : owe, they : .
as I thought of : in one :
--. *' e site i -a." powible and. plantedthemin wayand! ? another theirmana8ement with their,;animals,', 'I spend ,their"money' for\articles.ihat in ;o>>! -.. PlantsPOR. .. ,
:: ':adjoining:hills:>for,;the 'purpose ;pf could, iii nearly ert instance; trace it.to many, cases might .better be; ;dispensed :i-.;:.:, ---:" .
!;compvisonr{ The: :sucker 'aooh1 but. -their,own. ignorance .or heedlessness ; with.- 'Then'whea-ltime take%;an. tner ---e' eIE. e--

\ grew': the plant and had greenjtbmatoest '?at :and".barn':doors' 'being left.: open, bad drop;turn these, 'supplies people are increase,no better:and.off prices thanbetoreV ; : ,: .

c sire/of anunhialled'walnuL! ; by .thetaeaeaheyotheixpllintsetrts hones left.untied, and run' ..atwayi. cattlegetting .
But.the that out of
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other.things thai,produce sick and injured .-
,\' :.,,: : s" ie )time'Twritethefisit'has: ; _, etipullidfrom'tbe animals;:bad Inck'the'fanner'calls it"; prosperous season ,instead: of spending '-.,' '" /il-..
..;,''': =:\ : 5ucker'while.'tbat; on bad management is theprbper:; 'name for it. for,' non-esseiitials, is :lnsnred-fpr' the > PLANTS, A SPECIALTVi, '
future. If good times continue,' this '.. > .
not.quiteripe.Myexper i it. At a" Farmer's Institute I heard ,
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;: ::11 !! f of them. If hard tImes occur; these ,
<:;.. ," 't' ,wiloe8"the: g vdener-will l do'well:who animals but from my standpoint} a people who.osre no,man anything not .-
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':: *$> .,. 'p : lI; .t9 1Ato'.jeed: very; early'inere scrub'man, and by far too many of them "undth.e ,harrow,? they'; can, raiseeD9uih.to.hve' '- ORLANIW,, .k'
feoa8c:%:: hotbed and then! byrtvs9sganti form comfortably,and can; stand! !
; ; _,. : are trying to ;or rather live :upon
,into'" other' boxes orthotso farms.., In ibis there,is'-a wide difference .,the, .times:;;:with! equanimity.tW ? -s.-

'btft i :bn 1t that; the ;;plants] can(:,behave in men ; some live'on'farms who-are farmers .- -' .... :HOME GROWN, r.

', d ,> "of layeredsid ;'and their, animals show it; others. I ,Farmers have eacercieed i greater care;,in --
JaFd, ':" a supply, : live on farms:but :are not farmers and preparation and; ultivation,of crops'than
__ -: ,' )":,far tKe; first::planting; Jn their animals also show it. ,' Bat after all before. They have_made a careful: study Pineapple :Slips
_ ;1'4' ."': "';:the 5>; opeasairr i'which:will;give 'a 'fine why:shoold I find fault: th them? They .fthesoils: the ,seed and,the I fertilizers. _
marketable .weeks Are having ,sick] :animals byreaaoii Bsed And then;with and .
;t I ; ;crop,ten)days or two constantly : common sense -
i '. .soooer:than>from the seedling; plants.Jn .. of,their ignorance'_and carelese- discretion-requisite*to every\bnsmeefl-r- ,and Sucks
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'' these did neee; and employing me aa .a veterinary they have had their Iorts'crowned-with. ..
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=:_ :experiments' to.treat them. 'TTney .think that they success; \:I I Of the>Following Var&tfHWR
unusual conditions but
:mX give any ,: cannot invest a dollar' in an agricultural In general of:eotton .peas 1ie8n .
1 j1 1 ; tbe wckerswere simply{ stuck-into;:the paper;;and'could:not 'spend the time to buckwheat, oats, ,.the cabbajfe'family. : SALE

s' '_ toft,of.the gardeniait[ happeneditober:1)at readat if, ;tliey did. Their i time is to cowpeas,', will ,endure the:most, 'severe t. :
time ,sex- much,engaged you know; sitting on a nailkeg witiT ,, j;
the andr.werenot: .'.watered treatment .the fumes of carbon bi-
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year; telling 'to-aBy'appreciable extent.Onthe ,; 'QUBKN;'GpLD N QYntt.Br
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,&-\r Y:, .. I -' I well: are}trying to live ,at a and other/-crop8'belonging ,to.'the, :
-I ..:.. "',' t tMexJcair' ; Jww. : ,'CoVs., ._ l e* w'etaok,or tbe>feithfnl hOrse stand-i family '(except'/ Kaffir 'corn; and oats grass) NOOUOOAv" i, : RBJi 'SPsB;

have herd.'of till at,the poet outeide with a blaaket two should te treated with caution, as_serious .! ---"C" ._.-...... ;'' :":.:._ f.
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severalTcfopeoMexican mt oae'way by three tbe'other ae a coV"ering. A-J1Ir- -' """P' .. _
'>;<: i'"Z ;''.,> : t deterioration in vitality is likely. to result ;i--_ : _..' ti;
: ;June corm'pUoted: as rte:as : That is all;right 'for me 1"I; ;.will, from aioeeeiY'ezposare to gss. ": -' 'JI'AftII.A1II- Y _,:
: : ';=:-jive ioth' which! :is: Owe )matured' at tet a call to treat s:s' ic animsabjaiid _( -- _#; Fr -" "'?'
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,,' .'::?dw rate of;'25 bu beb; "pet a are.- Cora from-that fellow andTwill adywefaaiaaoed wl: ;Oae-leye;pteeea;; :properIy ..I planted'= ; :Joi : ,1,: ..
: rUon and'give;Mm'ieme tonic. oared for, o& ridi la>kl; ood.-fioaod'' iL .:.. .
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.._ mature that' amount as dry ;-aftpuftefand powders< to mix in '"htcI1'h@dollw;PA. beine,:used, :'will: 'give.'a'cropof potetoatMyTaUK ;. : : : i1"

.: '\}. ; fall as the present', sewon, per.w old hate:told; him,.'hM1\h rash-, :: whiefi wfll be'' -' _JIfA TAAId

.-.-"- .' 2Ntas, it worth Y of'. more ex: scribed for it and practic dite, teiclll Oft Dt De' this.is'not traeps ... West Palm '
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,, .'.. '.... trial. It may be:,,,planted; be- 89 let the.serab h Mow akae... '1twi1lbet&ei 1I, naed.;; :.J ; -#;
-' -:' :, tfrfeft 'five-foot rows of.:cotton, and for me to Mri''Jilin pay me tenor ;Do,J ot"ki"; toMart; at'. '_,,&"ihe' HThe' '
; ; ,. .- dend forOsceolie
"". twenty dollars tiimti, twithpsy; ,the ed-,. i I ladder, .'" work ;yourway 1.1.A. .<..few. '
_I !o O';>. adtct. full, atop without''rr interferingwfo to-- Y7.J M.S .I'> "5 tf ,..., .., l-. '. iI'oWtert!' -..# : (: .a.ttle JJ.'.better thus,:: _=

",.. tkt. .;cottoa, at the crop>would ,be, ',--, ,'lie a1b01'8'it. 9t a tIM. ,'::,GPiM. t'i.'a., '" ,""yy .....f u I ,. .' : _
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, }. ::i }' ':-- tow aeoopJe'of bps sott-onec-, going t& e 1;you 'in::hogs..this year_ :;' at the hands of humanity;; Never heard of quarrel*' ver.- through or
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\.f''." .'.,.-...-.-'- : 4'{*".,*-*"---*", them.'The. heM, "" V I, I freelyate< the, >i :CVhpj5S.f: : *s"Yes her 'silly:i?>heAoatchesher sin' a'hog pen,' PAGE.WOVEN_WIRE. FENCE CO.;Mrkw;We*.
i and as she recovers from the effect of_the
.:,;' -, ,> -iltThe result was:that the: eggssoronglyrirnpregaated"witb ,'; S4IAY .better have stick she will 'run, atraight*.to'a straw ,
; __ : : :vjpame : i i I bought tKe.brero ofihis'feed trough." stack and lay,him'an:egg. : :

, / ;Sljqirttliat: they;< uld""cbtlbe:,eaten. :Here' ;is ';the philosophy\ of the Another phase of the poultry is its relation jjj'TIjj"FU :

"j" =Gookiog only, edtQmakeifeflayor ; ; whole business The care each .to the, income of the farmer's family I i :
; proper : ,
,-.-t'. more- 'pronwouoced./,1 -,{.**. t tHere >ree poultry on only as a neceaeary -
if \an'object'lesson:..!Ifon;. = eggs'abotitthesame; from: \each breed.. evil;. they, I have no word- or:com- : '
i'at winbft" the eggs/s ;ill.other:: +CountryGentleman: : mendation/for them under jahy 'circumBtances. MA' CARBON

tom. tWhenJ was-.a boyvI usect to A former will ,sit down at\his :
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.-.-.--.:a&, rot; wild I 'celery: ;toi :SWctly I :'f sh-.JggsWu cf. table:at Easter]and eat his eggs and liver BI-SDLPHIDE.. .

i, to >ake':=canyaibacks of, them A.farmer",inserted'an advertisementn think of the Source from whence: they : ''The b st remedy id every respect for killing
) daflyvas; "follows camel: It is'at this time of year he leastappreciates grain.insects is BJ.: uphide:,of ,Carbon,., :It ft
... leading : _
.we htve plenty of?experiments ;andplenty : .
poultry\ though thenit ,i is cheap, effectual.. 'and easy to. appl11a.. .&
of written 'ad vice:!on :the'sub.,': } :"A: farmer ,who collects his eggs most valuable to him. He drinks his Sta.Bulletin, 61. -' "-
> Send for free illustrated pamphlet. It.t.in-
j Jeict'o(. aet Bg mariyeggsbuthoWtotbebes ; :, daily;,and who keeps pate'btedJj.w1s.desires coflee' bought by .the, later of the hens; cresting, :readable and will save you money. '

get flavored egg is a !field., families send orders to him, he sweetens(;,it ,with eugarPbonightanththe BDWARD R.TA"YLORCleveland,Ohio.Less.than .
; loo-lb. lots supplied by_8, G. Ser-
direct ;no" 'over;24'; hours old.:" product'of the. hen, he puts a little "
shell
As yet everything)-i lra .oltfgoes j ; egg brig Vjackmnvflle.Fla. ,
extra salt and pepper on his boiled .
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Nor I aui"inclinecl .to.'.thick.:that)not :''lresult 'was thatin'less'than' a eggs .
'. ..' paid! for.with the fruit of the eggs. .
food but' breed iY'. hoar much',to' do week he had more:applicants_ .than he He.complains because the,biscuit have ti

= the,quality'Of:.egg' L couldsupply; ; witH! ':twice asmany,hensas not enough; :soda in them though the lorida y

-lie :as!sn opening! for- )invettigft; 'he";possessed; 'ancT( with_ only, nedvertisement' good,.wife has"a new can of soda left h rfrom' ,andsOranges.
her last'deal 'with the :; He
which cost him Jess than grocer
ti-: by ,J.9 autility"poultry: i ": : en.fe ; customers is;very :fond of oatmeal ,bought by the : '
dollar., Therewefe waiting -
which becan'Ydohinisehisad; the'indnatry -. : : hen, he '.never. looks at.:,his.wife's new : ,
much good;" J: BJ imagine:the i for;:him,,as-soois'he! made him: dress bought by the hen,,until,'she- asks ; : t, :

biD.of fare':ottbc'.flitwre.tobe'"boiledgjs"ycary.flavor self,known? they.came._ He received him.to.,. 'Rort.s., "" <;4r. :r '.
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;,onioe'flavor.leison :; tom\iortoi5\cents; per: dozen more: She: presents him anew, straw hat,- i. :';.'.:=:>- ",r. -" s81optnents
: bought'by: the hen but he it :nvestinenfs" :_: :
mrshort than; ] the ,market/price fpreggs.andhisoustoters ; "9n1y. ;laps ;
iart pnlla,;;strawberry, on.1 his head and says grnffly, ,"too big." > --
Ja>orto! :suit,' lti; in''the; and were illmg to pay well he :
any eggi; The other dav needed' some.tobacco, i .
made by feeding for.the'flavor.; There (or.them..;...Exc1 angeu and the good woman 'and' the old hen c. ? : .

Is a wonderful prence in:the dens- i' The dit'1l:;of: the, Western Garden conspired to purchase-' for him* 'He ,( : "- (.
: smells it.and takes chew and' "I'm <<''actions ;'.
and Poultry :Journal knows a
ity and con'tequsataweight t; \; :of eggs,'' .a.young r'says ., ; !J
in tKe> breeds butas: : 'result I man';whogets,250"a''_dozen' for all beggsQis' glad you thought of, it. Addreii '.. > "
not only .. ,: a ; : He,:puts on,'his jiew' straw hat and <, .:.. :
of food. .W r Y enf will, produce, when the goes to the garden.to hoe'awhile.: It isfull ,G. ACKERLY, .-' $ ,' .
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One of' the:greatest,humbugs t;the market price'is'only:isc., ''The.:reason 'of liens, all industriously workraising C CKNCfUL PASSENCCH AGEN;: ":A. _. .' ic

day jf At'eowparatiyerttial;( :fof' .eggs is :that the, ggs,are'always,fresh, shells : vegetables.; 'His face ,grows :red THETROPICAUTRUNKUME' ; .;" ;'1:_'
"all pure and deany.and he puts them'\ and he ;cures .half:a dozen clubs and ..,."' : .-'"
of diiBMOtbreedt I'c up
:.receiving ex*: .AtKSONViU-t. '. ..- ,
starts on a run with B 'fshodtoo-ool"! that 'LolIDA
actly the saris,care."? :Her, e.is;:Where in attractive, :'packages;>ndrthey"areeagerly would ,scare :an army, mule away from t "iii
hides. ,squght r after--by that class:,of : .
the colored Jiisaii: ; :A 'Leghorn his oats. ., The Hens skedaddle and raise
!requir.. quite' ifieTent:conditions,to people':who 1 ,are always,glad of : n:opportunity a_musical'concert,that, would make,-oil I

produce itr best" from -' Cochin; :and i .topay. :a. good price/or'a mqre's.,bahd ''die; :with ,envy":,They fly '
There" : toward the fence, they'reach it,they go ,QUICK WORK ;a
so oa thro h>allth! breeds;: Why r good thing.:. are someVthings ,
over it, through it, under it and,are,soon ,
there ii actually;:more ,dife iice'be. that,will improve;\ : ,with"age, but;an egg lost .in ,the: 'darki. .greeny6fthei"young; : 'In selling and paying for Prune -aa4"Veetables .-- '

tWeeD the:nervous ;.;:mental:or :inward is nut'one: 'of- them.g,;:Ihtofdefto; ; nj9Yan wheat field,.and yet .afterr all ,thISJ hard GIVE GOODS shipped i SENT to us.US ilourmotto.-wJt,, BY GROWBR6 ;

charKt ri tic than:there i iiiJt size of :egg one'needs i 'to be sure as of:Bone's usage they are; in: many 'cases the most FIRST' PLACE ,BECAUSE''WI;, NKVHR'' r'

shape or,color.,: :,IJi: ;veseen.Cochina,- friends.If: there js'any question about profitable stock on .the.farm.:-:Home and :'by BUY our ODRSBLVHS.40 yean experience, They without are protected'dth.v1t; : -'

four wets and a'dale;; in apen:: 6.by, either,. lwe:,,do.:/' ,not-;care to ,have any- Farm.. -__. :and Ing a financial dollar.. 'stability Enquire which'as to'our'.atandiag banker =
any s
8, lay ''mote 'e ggsrforjanaaty'r?to thing'to: ,do with:them, Jrwowd'seemfio : Poultry. Notes: :, merchants having mercantile.reports'can: x

April 'i, thanmany:"a,,fann' "rlock':::ofA. 'above.tes; ..: ,-, .1t&- ':that ;there- -is';nobuswesson A lacy'hen':is is,a poor layer.. verify MSTHOD-then WILL try u SATISFY-WK'BEIvIKVU: YOU.. IteM OUR,

Over I oo.- r- 'h.: "" : 'earth: :which)::will:, respond The o ered.henJ.ia. always'lazy' your name for our quotations Stencil a1M

The dtiyardlyTpathathae j."not ai t: ;quicker'i 'and some: ,not haljF so 'A lightlireakfset: > 'sends the hens'to, the ,cards free:'. Letters piomptly atawn <

liked by. 'some farmer :whoserheasfoorton :; < : quicito: the>>applicaticin; of a:-littlebrains fields'for.insects.Take ., p .FRENCH. CO,., ; :.

the'fArm.machinery/rvwhat:;is as the poultry.'buainess-Weet: ;: 'time to keep the roost clean"" .and '" "- '

'the breed ':which'wfflrgiye'ihun: : 1 the eraGarden'and-PoultrflouthaLsour fre. i from lice-it pay -* I f t6.j.W: _r.l'&nSt.f New: Tof k.. -_ .

...... j Eggs in the Klondike gold< :'diggings.are ,H6TABUSEED 155. T .
Imost and:I ;
always.aweYouwill ; :
eggs- MHk for Poetry.Ailiinds.bf .
: $17.O0aldozen.()( : : I '
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ptl the best rest from;: lle-,;, in- .
,, ': ':7"T.:' :.. : poultry have a. great If any; one will moisten & gill! of"cornmeal I ,.--.' -
_..laeD..,' :' ''''!:' T foadhess.for,sour;;milt. ":It is a cheap it will be noticed that a large quantity

If I were the proud owner' ..of a herd food if,'projerly\managecL! : For ,laying -: ',of 'water:will[;be absorbed.: ,Thi I Ifradeii'Beii3... die B.REDFIELD .Ji; r.(;:

.of Jeejcaws;j.-lICh' 'oue: aYersigiugover i .hens. _and'growingchickeiisI': i p tthe' water is i not taken.by.the fowl,voluntarily I 861ABLIig31I&Jr. !; .
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twenty=pouudiraC.batter'arxeelqsad4 ,but through! ) erJ; accept : &'BON -
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the Gaoled whatWM milk i into'trouhs: or pans, 1 both? the food :Naturauy'the: fowl drink I -9
.Average me beforeandaffe; >.it.is thick./ ,For tar- but.little )faterjand; but small go&ntity.at .; -> 5-
best .
breed I
the butted far CommissionJHerchants
him, keys J .make> curd_by.pouring off.the a time unless deprived ofit_ for qeite a i :
would*. say...th. _ef'.common_ -;'cow.:. .If:I, "he"'. :I"am,;. err eLatt. last while .When the', crop'-,is pwked;with i -, : -AMD- ; '.: : ;'
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the f' combiiMOion soft food and it dow ':
;"grandest ; digestion decomposition -
I
wn cattle.of;'which 'the,imagih- {ego- { tie ytlightly,..forwh begina} 'being;:haatefied by.the; anlmalhefttci -! Fruit Auctioneers; %r- .
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could conceive and .the farmer ft thcyiran: it huge,theircrops are the: : '- crowded. with :iwfctej'i; : 'have: scenji eon in es .food, and'must seek it; the I .141.DHIc frcet,Pld .;Wl,P =_' ..
,.,;provide a:::strakstack for winter' great:;'kw 'fy pyerrfeeding"curd:To first portion is dlgeetedbefore the lset en=I W.e.h&i8ie ill kind;of PreM. sad V11.

ten for his :cattlevshould Mk'HfK turkofi atanigit., Try a_smallraticlsl.ocurd 1 ters'thhenoewhen; it drinks there 1 elttsruprliekenkwhkhllinferil: ( ;.... s
best beef:cattle' fot.him::. ;; 'should. young > U&, .corn :meal: is but'i"i-i of of-,tfee" > that he. bird: ; the best ntrR-." If ; : ,.' : ;; :' after aod.the.'crop",i ia, never::fall.;,':. This te. o8i k i..,)..,., -..,...... '
drar1' home
ranged las cattle and 'eVer fed at at__ aightf to. -: ; matter.bag been ailadod to before,: but it 1i :: :;

I, I should say that:Providence, {intender Mi:.the. orter."'for .gc''4:..."o'theday..MN...;f: '-..,...... ... ..':H; mane whkh con derUoiL sbould attmot'Togive aHeuboa: sort food mdreceie ", .-.ouDt,dure -....-.

". merest for: all,iu,areaturei, -'.. ._:: ;'. '-"! ." when it is aeceetary' to'do 'so:;'ii<::iaorreet,' oa oa-ttMf of fee:aaswinl'.ot--laatd. for. -

the bfa--IMd,JIab:. dadTei% TM...'bmiaeis,.. ",oC.' fof_.f: ,corporatio bat soda;food should;be='givea'.only, in <- :'o AeId'f : '
for !him. 80 the dunghill.hen' M *'pftn'- .to. "be oe.'a:boo in;this ItmIWqUDwties,'and" the-gfoood,.,feed 'Ow 4 :io' kaeping> the
> best fowl for,4 the ,V! .fees.from::ibis cly: kiMJPj 1(1s1 i aa_'and.tidy rightiHotetii
duaghill farmreadlaf ;; ,, ; :...:( ( :that> it will
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u -* 1t-.r i-i% ;!D FLORIDA PAE24K:: A5DFBUITSOinHL: :" i ., OCTOBER 16.
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_, :-r' ;?: ,'' -' $theNe.:: : : ;.. : "; :4ir 'Rural I 1 a Jio i e. diate> recovery from; ''neadathe* 'tooth"* true;, ". nd ,hinders Hit ,bacteria ..as'. '.. i,.

'j i1!; : > :,::':; ; ','':' .. .. : ... ; ''- aches pain.sin:; .the' heart i 'restlessnessand .[ is shown by: its prevention of.:the:sour2.:., -
-- sleeplessness; He' ,l'eCommenqsfor irig.Of milk: .It will completely checK i !
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Sfevv-. beef steers. More;'About'
}'r'CAM ;month=ago'good: 1 wereingfot Pin. Money. .
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: the latter. walkingabouttlie.room the starch info .
: cTorchon :: change;of n grape jsugar [
tabut Saturday Messrs.. ,).tor Our Auras HQIQQ. .
rSfetv.. ; ; \ : to make sure of ,the ,diastase' acid andthisalone"shoold'proveit :
,,;, not, breathing by or pancreatic -
: 0. .Morgan sand:: ;E..:L.Lesley- rer = : {lace:will:be :fused
:, }$i3aa: ::apiece :for aooo; head.advanceinprice as 'there,are, underclothes 'to be"trimmed ;
....o' ... : it an advantage in some cases t to. i l..t.o digestion{, :Doubtless factorycanned _, ,
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to and
yiascaused .be.
gmghara'aproris edged
: ; by "
place handkerchief i :
a over-nostrils, goods .contain "salicylitacid: ; ,
ibex f' :
,_ ; probability of thearly l resump't babies' laye'ttes,manufactured ; 'indeed arid )filter the.air as'i it'passes the :need*':, ,
: but housekeeper
D torchon1 ; : through as aorule, :::
:':;:;do "of'thecattle tradeibetween, ;;FlorF. ,'bobbin orSmyrna, :lace as; Jt ;
the then it :,
lungs, forcing out throughthe not follow, this bad example Newp '
Ida aoda; iba.--i-r Pi [ Times.jtem .. is" differently named, has been the V '
mouth. continued lack S '
of
i < By ; Engla.n .Farpjer. ,> ., .
,"1 ';" :iiithe.; followinglittle; will,:'bek s standby:,for many years, on account'of proper ,oxidation the blood becomes_ ., L . i.. :,: .:" ..
iZ : < straedabrgfac{ :; ( ., InJ looking its,durability. In:olden times it was permanently, bad, and tissue of. thesame *'Avon Park'Baked Quavas.- ; -
'=, QvethiJ: .OOKS :FeniTell jfiods made over pillows by ,the nuns, later: Cuta small '-'
: : Sheriff : character is formed from it; A new guava delicacy, ,
ibrmed f the favorite needlework for
1' ," ,thalsinceihejjanuary: _term'rbl: county : with'the, result of impairing health / hole,in'the center of,each; guava with -.
'3,':., olft\ :b :$ forhire-.of;: :! womof"some-of the Eastern countries >- .
., s..rec:eiyd 7i : ', an apple. corer;_ fill the hole with ,a- '.'
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- '' .yafiousr ,, but. now,the. antiquated pillow is Alcohol l In Cooking.Ve ., :'*
;:-4\: ,coy: prisoners. --Q parties.. sprinkling; or nutmeg/and, butter; line' ,'<
"," /l!?"It'strike (urfth I',this' is 'an:excellent'ahowing'and replaced by a m.odern'ty1ind rJ with "
\ wonder. if we are to'answer' for a bake tin with a.crustof dough. place J '.
j( reflects i a:"deal of credittfefiMnaefingcapaciti accompanyingpins"; ; pait rnsand. Bobbins sins side them .
,_ 1. and--the'who1e is what all of thoughtlessness. If-so: a the guavas side_ .by jn r "
on
>" ;; -spon ; ): of the kept large number of Christian people will tin, and cover with same kind: of crust .

.:.. ;.,-'.serif, :-'- ,Gainesville dun ,,: called the revolving aX'desk" or table jdxzo is' inches : find along score against \them, for dough;, then, bake until done. The, '
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upholstered -
.;Y : county's' total 'assessment ; tempting crust,dough is .made as follows: Put a'
:, Volasia'| ; and,the desk: will last a lifetime people are, trying to. reform
_-J) the year' :i 897 .iS-.fj.opsVooo,, 'or ',With; 'this" little affair or for'creating an appetite for quart of sifted flour in a .bowl), stir

':;:_ .:;rlyjipooqam! excess. of, the.'ash: not( only: makingi pin-money some womenare ',buta strong drink, by using alcoholic]liquorsin through it three heaping, teasppbrisfulbf

:;of.;'i:.' **'*jewmeritrof,: -:11896,'_asjappears;'ifrom the .n celittle! 'income,selling, the lace, to their' cooking. ,Wine .sauces. baking powder' and a saltsppon! of

; :' 'swwifidr's; popk fj just!;completed. The neighbors, 'friends.and art stores. brandy' puddings, and ciderflavoredmince salt. Next: add two heaping table'
-totM td collected' for i this have been the' of butter working it through
:--f., : ; : 897' upon :The:work js' and with pies stumbling- spoonfuls
', t ? $ State fascinating,. block' which the'flour till it i is.all .in granules. Then,
<> .;ti e Over many a.man,:,trying.
;_::' ,and.county, about a,third going,,to,the !:hebpbk: learn. (price 10 cts.) to reform, has fallen.A carefully stir in enough milk ,to .mak /'
is"very' .to
.t ; :- tei ':While;the'pg pl wjil.find,their,. Thelinen; : easy thread young man who had; been a harddrinker alight dough. .Rub the pastry board.-
'-'J.' ttr eesments...' bol (as, ".tfiey; ,were J last comes 10 cts.,per ,-and had been taken to his well with flour,:and roll out this'dough
:and in all numbers from what
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.l t; ,.')hisyear: than( ]last-DeLand' you ;;' time; desired ;to reform and make required thickness;and put, it .over. the .
to,the fine. thread suitable
cbb-webby"
-, .,.<,D "'V&"d.;> ...- ; something of his life.. He'sighed the' apples. Press the crust,close to .the '

1;' -.' -: jilessrsUlsidore: : Ruiz;'and_'Jose Her: The,for, 'the baby's' belongings.. bakes ,- pledge} and foughtbravely to keep'it. edges of the: ,dish with the palms.of

:< nahdez:'who ,have-,been here for ef' patterns,are inexpensive One,dathe'said to a friend, "I'do: the hands and then trim it round with '.
dozen for ,1cfctS.
pa8t; -weeks; / cpntracted last week Doubtless!! one could make. nice sum not, think. I can remain at,home'and a sharp knife. Put the pudding, In a =

with Mr.. iryin-tbcklar i ; foripbqhead; keep- my'pledge" moderate oven. and let it bake a.little
n"QrderSCorClirisfmas: for this "
,,'0 oC.cattle,, :.at ,'aV ,yery good/price, and lace- .is much. used in work pillowshamsywhite ; His friend asked 'why, and he. replied over an hour. Serve' hot' or cold withcream ;

::. Mrr:; ;;;L6ctlar jeft. Monday morningwitij.a'crpwdiof : ,children's.white ;: V and sugar; My mother makes
: .to'gat'her aprons, apron: ."lean make saloons this and it is- delicious Bartow
> t. ; men, jhem ( ,the fine'mesh'is myself;> past ,
fancy i>illowslipsi.whi1
: Jt isunderstood 'that Messrs.;;Ruiz'and I can remain, away from 'the club,,but Courier-Informant.

<"'Jt: eriiaudz ,.telegraphed 'to. New' ;Qrleaa -' peciallyoarrow used upon a variety hem-stitched.of articles handkerchiefs ,. es I E must go-to the.dinner; table at home, ,. .. ..

$, t,for" ,a ;fsteamer,. :and expect to :The' of joutfitis and 'there often:I find wine sauces> The'things that people, see are iil .
.,[ 'mke the first' shipment, from, Punta ;, :expense" an : and the very smell of: them stirs up side of them and not'outside; No two =
small arid those,who wish for further
'v ,JW a fon.the.: i2h'inst, Thus -thecst1 ;; should my old appetite so it seems as,if Iwouldgo people see the -same thing exactly, ,j
write
'p particulars to ,Mary; ;: .
,;:? trade; between; !this place and, wild." alike. One woman. out-arfai i
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Station Mass.. enclosing
Bradford .
> c Cuba.cipens i:iup' 'again J ::Myers Press.' Roxbury The mother was told her'son's.trla1s, beautiful landscape, and see all thebeauty :'

-'c ;.>> : 'I'heexptess' i 'car-which;.will' be:, used. ,She has a 2'C.the, stamp. for outfits in and said,- "Oh, it's all nonsense j'; ,a and,restfulness and grandness ,

: by Gbrnmissipner i Leon, J. Canova'.toSy ;I this country: agency : l little-'wine or brandy-in.; cooking; :can't that there is in, it. Another cine-will '

'.? caTry the-Florida tobacco ..exhibittolitwvUle MRS. WHEELER.. hurt'anyone j it's just' an excuse.! '? look'our at the same scene and.senothing. >
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fbrFlorida! tobacco day at We know other men 'who ,'have The man who is perfectly ,
The
''. :' ". cenfennial4hasarfived, and is yeftising, and it is not'customary with of of mince, full. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical .
<.yrbriraitintsioad.The! ;i : work of l load- taste piece; pie or any
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us.to permit this m our columns. The'na.me kind .from home for makes well. There{ ,
"< ;:;:Will bFcoVmcnced/ln.a: few, days' pudding away Discovery people
.4 and'all}, parties:who(:have: :samples*for of this. party does not appear:' inDun's' fear 'they might; find ,some flavor of isn't anything miraculous about it-?!t.

i: F ahibit:' should, :rush ,them': if. they Commercial Agency, _so. that strong drink that.would make it a hard is the most natural thing in the world.

," ,;: .'-eve not, : : already;done. .so., .A large we, can guarantee nothing as to. her fight for:,them to keepthe: ,pledge'f' .- It simply puts' the digestive organs, -
< : standing;:but there is-only a:two cent And ',when:their' the liver ,the bowels in
::{r--.bef'OL;i ; :,exhibits, have :yet women, atten stomach,fhe ,
; 'been,- eiv1 andvletteis'from'many stamp .involved, andwe": believe our tion is'called, ,to these facts,will say: perfect order ;and, thereby makes the_
' lady readers are sufficiently i intelligentto "Men have 'be" blood rich. ',All diseases
: '. tobacco: (a sociations and boards,of nq'business; to so weak/ pure.and
trade"throughout, the state 'bring theawurancethat'they be able to judge'fofthemselves. upon -? and go on cooking with the recipes live and thrive, on, impure blood. -

:,F'"' {1! ;,will have ,exhibits receiving" the, directions, whether themselves, and keep recommending i Keep a,stream-of pure, rich blood

:. ,' tidy--T impa rim s. 4 there"is a sufficient:prospect of profitto them to their neighbors, forgetting flowing into a diseased spot, and the .

.'T... '. Th;,. distance :from,the' mouth of ;, ..themselves in their respective what the Bible'says about'making one disease will not stay. A man lives on',
; ':, eOekiockiiee river: to the bridgeproposed" neighborhoods _to justify them in investmg.in : of these little ones 'to' offend., rich,, ,pure lood.. and 'disease dm.
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tin t1y understood. that we guarantee. these Dr. Pier se's Golden Medical
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f : imiles.l \ The? river: has a arouse thoughtlesswomen; '

.'''--.ftia: ; n ; depth of water 'for; 'small nothing, : -. ,. ... get them to,banish, wine,, "brasdy:and c very maki s.pure, rich 1 blood.; SeIIdz
:>, Ifeamirs !'W ply: .the entire distance. cider fronv their pantries'woulcf.not z cents, 'in'ane' -cent stamps to World's

':1', hut over-1iapging7,trees, \\snags' ,and Pare' 'Air.;. only? !) be .a blessing,to the, men" wtib'are' Dispensary Medical Association, .ftrf*.. '

,: u 4ead: ,heads'*'oj)iwa;; soaked. 1 :logs Maj.-Gen: : ::.'praytpn) of the English i trying to reforny: but '.would'save so falo, N.. Y.,>nd.iJceiv.eJr. ) Pierce .,

'.::. .with .one" resting bit the bottom armyhas: ode} a special study of.the ,many others from forming an appetitefor oo8,page: .Common, :Sense- Medical:

;tnd the othersticking-upi; 'make-it'exlydangeroustojhecrafts. '" art:breathinandis i ; now free from l strong ,dririk>.t their mothers; ,ta. Adviser. ," profusely_illustrated.

..;.$-1l5Ci f Under: coughs, coldSj;j'; ,-sore. :throat t and other ble.=Golden',Censer.. ', \, .

:.; ijfct its: t. difficulties"aneconcerti.at ailraentsjrpm w ich'he suffered: as a .. .... &r.yf:F*.Richards i ,of Eden, haS replaced -

<".::; le-=.The. : G lf\.tfa a1.... Stores ybyng.manV ,He; [declare? food and: Food, :.;'Preserv- tlv_s.." .his father, Gapt.;T.;: ,Ricli:;. .
: lyfor< ;( th f nt,elye.t1i6' past liquid.insignificant in comparison with -' .Don't undertake to save, time ;6r arils, as the j rjff>ple::-king. pf Florin

"{'I,%' liwe asousinesi.'an> '; *the; 'river:,;of416e"ooo air ,in::the support; o?| life.*. A. 'tnaq your fruit; by :using! ::' any ,",.preserva da, this seat? 'gif Tng. over 7ppa ';

i, rThis i:.amount,'HiaBagerGl'Coviflgton : yiv .(ot"days/f,withouta; food;, but tive" :.in canning:,_ These preserya- crates,'more; jthaB any other-two.'men .

::::-. forms.us,4;mild douand he'dies ina?; ,. fiwminutes"without( : 'air. rives contain salicylic) :::add.ineuse, of or;firmsjiirtfee'Si. fc, :Mr Richards '

tr. ble.Jin:a::yery,sl > tiimeiiriver : Rapid breathing' pore, 'air! ,' making which in':food iscondemned., by most :weafs;iris'- bore.with becoming dig9'

: was!,;.madenavigabk: 'at all 1 forty; o.fifty: : "deep' ;inhalations 'pertriinttte Riiropean'countries;]n''South- Amen .:nity and:whife l he dad"sot: ride in.a3 ,,
.,' :: ,,c" without,li e. wcoovemeBces. .! ;_:(theltisttal t muea6e :''is ,!abouttweii ca:and' ;soiae: ,of the United .plates. priv*:air feki'"access.ianrne'the.les; '

'referred to.. ;;:...TalUhasseean.;!. ;.'. p.*.,is.his- ,panacea-for, the- -imme-. .1.1i This=acid i prevents fermentation,. it is co iet dabiat-Melbourne Times.. ,

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f'.. ..'.:{;"::.,:'C.Kue. .. "....,.:'4''pan&i..._. J' '': .Adams' *".,,:of...'Uraatlllaireadf richness elements! td necessary.tile'blood to and'give, restore new: life shattered :arid- : being most {important -:*'* r : .

J- ': !!,::J \ i (r9 uY I; alaay I -A; nerves., ., They .are also ,a specific for : '
I,, must not be stinted. Se.rt'd for our books mentioned below. ; : ;,>
' r* :#" :Vdire'of Unusual interest-: 'ouLl peculiar; t > females( ,such assippressionsirregularities f
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.rlK: .. .. ; '. xt restore the glow of health, to pale and E fertilizer! should .contain !Is.sent -free to all applicants. -;':. '
!; I om''tteTh' e Region. J rusts; Flay I sallow cheeks. lumen effect a rad I.e e Send yonf address. : ,

.Jf...". ..}f'or some( time': << past: !the, Lake Region I ical cure in all uses arising from ,mental : GERMAN KAU WORKS, 93'Nftiuu St.,New. York. .'.<."
t. "Jias: beenlreceivlng\ 'reportai from ,UmatillaFla. worry, overwork or excesses of whatever ', ,, :.,' .
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of "anjalmost miraculous cure : nature.' Pink Pills are sold in boxes -- .
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i t :that hM,b hTeffected mth .case.of Fair -, (never in loose hulk) at 50 cents a box or ,cities, and t ;i.j-:"' ,
nib Adams, daughter: ,of;: A.:J.:. Adams, six boxes for $2.50, and may be had ofall.druggists I From : ; i:.,
r r .of that"place,;:and last"Saturday a..repre- or direct by mail by addressing I same report \ -

:. entatiyeoftMs. paper, made .8. trip to Dr. Williams, Medicine' Company impoYerish. ;: ..
((TJmatilla for the purpose''of::determining Schenectady, N.r Y;, ish both : j

; authenticity Qf the same. THE MIDDLE MAN' farmers
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; :.thevillagelwheraitwas\ ,found that the I Potatoes $1 ;

[:.people:were cognizant of the cure which tits Relations. to Borrower and Lfend beans '30 :
.had -been: sales t
Directedand, were rejoicing a, I
r withthe! famil: he 1: newrfound hap4; er--to; the Grower and Consumer prices, but :
J/pifiess! : The* father, A. J,.Adams; .iss'ahardWorking' The ne : .
|T-J. : honest farmer from Eat wholesale I '
,. :Tdnneseee, and,t. "family cattle to Florida1 he sells at ; ; ;
four years ago' In the hope that a f.... 1f \. getting for : ... .
[ch aiigeof; climate: would,be a benefit to i:0.'i':' ,' '$ ':" picking, and i

their afflicted child. Much of their earnings -' duction.

[i. have gone for: doctors' bi11 ,Jwhose, Where ; ,
'orvici:t s' proved unavailing The repre- I the green .:.
'entAt v .was greeted by Mrs. Adams, bought and '- .
am' whom he.,gained the story of herstf S see the long ; ; \1-

trial, and .,, < ,
Fannie. the'youngest child, was. born half peck; ; .1 :; ;,- "
'astTennessee.and was seven yeats (2 quarts); I _'
ou. 'the third of February: 1897. wholesale II ;: '
tile ten months old she was strickenpamlyeisr -' heads; All ; : : !. .
: which affected;the entire ORA01Y_ : the same. ; '
sIde. This stroke of paralysis -was Here is a' ] .
&wed by convulsions, and from the wrong. A ) 'I :
b'little Fannie was ten months old un- bushel for ,
.February,'1897 there was not single paying $ .
1.; of .a night that she did not have cases more., ,
-ims of the most distressing' nature): little and

fot a'single convulsion, but always three The difference between the prices the too much. / ,
'''' four,'and sometimes as high as fen in grower gets.andthe; consumer pays is New York ;

(day. largely absorbed by,this lusty fellow. He operators, ;
he'family was. all broken down withamTMrs. solicits a loan for the former. His commission the t .
.. Adams,, states that for one for his service' is a heavy one.' ones, are .
ir she did riot'go into her kitchen top When the borrower has paid this commission than the : ; : .
rintend her household work. All I and the lawyer's'charges fQr ex- grower i ,' .
fce fingers ht hand of the tittle amination_ title and sundry other a boat or : ',,,
r1" are enlarge and misshapen, costs, he discovers that borrowing is:a dealer; .': -
'sed b.:hoc biting them during the pretty expensive business .even if the ket is dull- !! -
rful suffering;; The case, baffled the lender: gets but a fair per cent, on the gives the .': '-: '-
ill of the beat physicians, and they were loan. .. penses so ; -. '
tank" to say,that they,could not deter= The middle man fattens between seller the ::, -f w
kne the cause, or prescribe,3 remedy to and buyer. I once had employed! to on the f'i.' .,,'<, '
the: afflicted child.J3ut sell a piece of land in a distant city. He tions are for "
; hat a change now in that house- first said he could get $2,000: I believed gets the
Id for, little Fannie, has 'recently,been him. Then.he said he could get $3,500 at least five
"cd from her six years of agony, and he thought I had best take it. In: cer gets, and :
,_ brings the light of happiness toplaces the meantime. I had opened negotiationswith Let'Ul; ; ,
of the parents.. the buyers and had the pleasure of What'do ': :,, '
'il:January, .this year, :Wrs.. Adams> informing the middle man, when he brings in ; : : ,--R- ;
iad purchased' some of.Dr.: Wil- again urged me'to take$2,500 that had beans, ? .
Pink Pills for, Pale People'for her already sold it for 3000.. He did.bot takes his lo :. ;
.rteeny.eaf';; old daughter, determined get the five per, cent commission and as much as ',; ,' .
iry. their effect upon little Fannie.' Af- $500 difference that time. him, and -
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three or four,doses,-/'she.not ah.im- How the farmer and trucker and consumer much less|) : i ,:
ement and she then told the father.t are affected by the middleman is in the city
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she bad one. He at once went to get forth in the Market Garden. It fur- watering :-, .
Village: and bought another box,.and nishes food for thought; The Southern. New York : ; : : '
I J Jo: this time i six boxes have! been used. Ruralists'aim.iB, ; to get the tillers of the tang good ;
'.first pill, Irs. Adams states, were soil! to thinking. x the. moment r
n'". :'in January the latter'part,'andktn'ljr ,A'' writer :whose head is level, says ruin stares ,:'
not earlier,than the, 'fifteentheutieth "Farmers who ,choose to work only, We may =
and the child had,her last rather,than;:thinkj.should not [marvel if j Truly there! :._'
ulsion on February 3d, nearly three they.are utstrlp ed by their neighbors asked, is :- .
the'ago. Her general condition has who both think and-work." tion 7 We : : _
roved in every way, and it was not a The :readers of"the, :Southern Ruralist but little' ; : r
ntli'after' the first pills werotakenshe will get. something ,every month to set that if ,the '
..' : began to walk, without ssistpU -: them to thinking,'and the publishers,will paysrlees :_ .'
...: hays to,depend upon the present readersto 10 per cent ,.
B A 8 werb.bougut at the drug get other readers, that there may be would,be I .,.' ., r ."
kHiy, Shelton, in Umatilla. In more thinkers about the middle man'and production ': .,-
'fettf:: the' .question, did he;"to his how'to get rid of him;, The, 'crop lien- obliged to ': + "-'
fal ; ,.know;that.the rem.bonefitte another forlhe'mtddlo4{ ma.n"The the slightest (-'
Fannie Adams as was farm, 'mortgage:-another feature ;jot the sumer () :-"_ '
!)y her parents," the, ,doctor saidaa middle nan- But read the article. have ; ; } .;:, .
regular,' in the of of ,years
practicing phyei3'ae The market vicinity ; ".>' .'.
such was loth to recommendjtietary New York ,is wing a hard time of it, the same ,
,medicine!i but still hely and ftomiffhat.we canJearh the situation dollar a : ;, -" tJ .
taco" ( juStice all men; and 'is-nobette;in'othetparts of the country he only gets' ;; ,! ; r- ",.:< "',. .

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I '-t.th1a4G.. should Be erjlaa .their'entire: reliance they'shall Tiave!i becoine'urge:; enough. Iyeaiploytthelem6a; -stock."oli ace tofittg

::. ,'f' ."' 'C'f.r; ..;.' ,'t1_ '. < 7' .on;themb; tthey should teke up their to be asJieavify:;fruited: : > were:..those great vigor*, What w.- 'your: -owa ,

t '" .. ,. .....;,' Weddy: :-.. N!.'. ".':p&4:at'15r ;MaIn' residence:on the sandy lands;adjacent;. prostrated.this. time., .., ,. opinion of the matter. };! R. c. A.,' '.1
.. ,..',q 1 ,...*..2...J-;:: '-' .r Fta..... law : ._ ,n depebding'ohthem;for' an i immediate Against;this js to be,' :balanced the Plant City, Fla.,

: -.' crop: return;,'. and. gradually extend fact that the orange growers: now know There ,,15 no room; left for ,reasonable

'J", .. .. : '--T...."' -.;.. .'tIU-. ,09!-._.BUBSCBlPTIOlf'..-.... ....:.--!--.. ... .-....-. their: farm operations >out; over the more ,.than they- did. before and .that doubt that, in the ,citrus'family'at :

; 'J 1,.W9C A ou A -?.MuHn mm A. ".-...a..l. .".....:"!. ...... bodies/of: muck; weathering and re they:, are learning more .every year. I least, .therinfluence\ 'exerted. reciprocal 1
:". "v'-t :** ....... Caeatriet...............'.<... .... S.oo c1 1 g.lo.sweetnesS.afieJdat: a time, The'first'orange "cycle of :Florida ,has ;'the_ stock affects the graft'or bud 1

q ,-;' J-- :\.IIe: ii ip $in'aIFcaael.ca8hb1 uritir' they .embrace the' entire tract. not'yet:passed over, but; the time :will and.coiwersely. The stronger growth
a ttf.-r. :{ (dva e; No'difloount allowed on one's There !is nothing more disheartening presently arrive when the'grpwers will and fruitfulness of'aVNavel.bad.set 'ona ,
.'''.': .; b ori (exce tinaclnbbutto to the settler.,than the'utter. failure ofa have situation whichcan '
"" :: 'l.;.'' ; i ageata a liberal cash commi- nwlll experienced every lemon are: proof positive of,this,i influ-.
: '. !t. M'afiowed on all Ribscrip&ons obtained. piece i of 'raw ,Florida muck to pro- happen in the ,life 'of an orange ence.in one direction. On the other
:' r t 'by. them L Write for terms. duce" useful crops for the first yearor grove,and they will know what to do hand, 'a sour nge.stock,' on which

'"., ,I i- f "',To every eabscriber, new or old remit- two,:.when. its apparent prowise and 'in every contingency.. Our last week's lemon bud'had. ,been set, when killed

ifi. : ; Jtfogw$3.00; ,,we'will send the paper' one ultimate real,possibilities are so great. issue contained. a. fund of information back, by the: freeze, developed two
:t"-- Lye and .a-'copy of Kplfa' Vegetable the in the
on most recent
developments well defined lemon sprouts on: a l lateral
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Northern Valuable Florida.
;;Growing<;!ri the South. for Work on
'_ ry 1* :Ka'rk post-paid.. For two new, sub- work oT rebuilding a grove, and it root two feet out from the base of the
>': \0*,''r 1.. ; will send The annual of the Florida State should, be preserved and studied by As)o' i of t
'..\,, ;;' ,aeifbers, at. |3,00, each, we tree the inferiority, orange:
;' "g&jMrtpiid, .a. copy of, ,Moore's 'Orange, Horticultural Society for 1897 is outa every grower.Querries. trees worked on lemon stocks, we'' "

.0" __;}' ,,; considerable earlier: than it was last ." .. should like,to have an expression of '

i"'? ...*..<,,-.:..Rates. of advertising. on application. year, and'in mechanical execution and ,and Replies. opinion from our: readers. .
.:_:: ; t.. f ; ,' .Re tane 8hould be made Uj checkante'money general appearance it.is superior to its -- The: reciprocal .effect of bud, and
'-: po W i order :or::registered immediate predecessor It contains AMMONIA- AS A FERTILIZER. notice stock-in deciduous 'fruits is not l lessmarked
,. ',_rz. fetter. order of large double-column of reading the advertisement of R. J. Marti
139 pages in certain instances. The Ma-
:>,,,> : ;iaslra B {EMIT. OZOWs, ., ,, matter besides complete catalogue nez of agricultural chemicals, and I .
.t, ', Jacksonville Flau : rianna plum as a stock for the peach is
:; have friend''who desires to
.of Florida 1 fruits which together a try am
: absolute failure while the Kieffer
'" ', monia for the of ;an : .
t.t" : render invaluable not only to the porpose pushing.and
CONTENTS. is and ,
pear on:its own roots poor unsatisfactory -
:*e but knows
"', settler the'old heading t cabbages, nothingof .
": :._ fFana.'ra1k: .......i,....,.i.::.....' ........,... ."hit resident.prospective IriS full,put'also of practical,to its use except as found in ordinary compared with one bud-
,; 5V"JOitov*'AKD 0=cuuin-Best; Time to Transpj papers ded on the Le Conte.
;f ,.{ %" t'cjtniji, ,Tree; Orange Sit;:ation in prepared by the leading authorities'.of fertilizers, ; nor do I. Kindly give r -
r ; -: : Florida.. the State each of fruit such information as to its use as you ......
... f : ]Mi nd rinj Camphor Culture jD 659 ;:on variety ,.together '
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',. ;:{,! ,\oj!.'P,;: ;I+raiti for Summer I>leRe&Rust-Dlebeck 660 whir some papers on vegetable may have at hand., or ca'n. obtain. The New Black, loan.A .
,fr YtarHRY r Pedigree Smooth Cayennes. e'....!. 660 : C. W. LINDNER .
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culture and the whole
l.1 .' ,Anti iaa i Mealy sags....:..........!......... 661 : explained, Fla. correspondent orthe' Rural l New, : -
,=. ;: tJani.' .. nxn'Taucr-Sugar: .Beets In the enlarged and enlivened by the verbal Anthony Yorker attended a great negro "con-
r 1 .: :South; Florid '. Sutartltute for CranberHei -' discussions,which followed' the You can buy ammonia'water of the Terence" held at the Tuskegee Cot .

'. ;,i' ;Cutting Cane With a Hoe; Bermuda reading every paper. above named firm at 80 cts. a.gallon, lege, Alabama, which has been made '
<"j.' ,""'#;}' -:; "-1, _'0'e .. ry.---,..... ....'.!.... uul This most valuable work on Florida vessel not included.. It is a very'concentrated noted by the speeches of Booker .
; "" Sackerinj Tomatoes; Mexican June Corn J will be for 'I. which 'fertilizer and "would
.... sent.postpaid $ OO, we not Washington. This "conference'1 was
;Intenrive Luck Bad ,
} I" ,, Culture. ; Bad or
y: ..... .- f f :i Management, Ont.of Debt...,.,.... 66aPguLTaT sum also pays a, membership fee: for, advise you to resort to its use for general agricultural in its nature. The following = -

.,.< ". \, .p =Feeding: for Egg Flavors; Strictly one, year in .the State Horticultural; purposes on field crops. It is employed extract from his letter is interesting -,' s-
'" Fresh ,Eggs Wanted; Sour .Milk for Society.; Address the secretary, H. chiefly by gardeners and flor- : -

i' ,'Poalry; ,The Farmer and Bens;. Notes... 663 G. 'Hastings, Interlachen, Fla. ists toforce high priced and delicate The average Southern is a ]
tS 1.ti.... BTATBNBWS.M.t- ... .i.i<.. i..u., ........664 in small negro .
products 'a
way. tenant working under oftenantry'
i ':: : OCK ROTLAI About Flu Money a. system
HoMB-More: Some Insects. ,
t Strawberry The element or value in ammoniais ,
that makes him .
;.Pure Air; Alcohol in Cooking;; Food"PreerTathrcfl" :- virtually a
.'>-*- > :- ; A.on,Park Baked Guavas?, .. 664 This is the title of Bulletin No. 42, its nitrogen,. and it.is, probable, that slave., Some of the stories told at
*: "" : Middle_ Man (Illustrated)..............-..,.' 665 of the Florida Experiment Station, plants take'up nitrogen through their this conference '.were strange almost

r Taluable; Work.on Florida; Some Strawberry prepared by:Prof., A.. L. Quaintance.It roots exclusively l in the.form of nitrates. beyond l.belief. One farmer showejjji.

..' i" ell .Insects: ; Orange,Sprouts; Queries,and Re-.... .mentions.thirteen different insects Consequently when nitrate is appliedto mortgage which he had paid which ,
/ piles; The Ntw: Black U.n........... .666 :
?*- [autlon;;;!A'Path Finder....... .........._?.. 667 which prey on.the strawberry, though roots:it is immediately available to was certainly the most remarkabledopument ,
Y .r.. f'...}Weekly Crop' M8LftY only"a,part of them the author says, plants. Other forms of nitrogen haveto I have .ever, seen. He had .
i;": ..! f -Honey and Bee-keeping No. 2 .,,. 668 have been.observed in strawberry t undergo the processes'of nitrifica borrowed about $50 and had pledged r:"
,...... .. ........... '
'.' Items ; "" ""i 670. : fields .o( Florida. Full descriptions tion. In the case of sulphate 'ammonia two good' mules "and all other property .
Period of Gestation Fattening Hogs on Cot
;:tonseed;.'Horticultural Notes;, Florida1, are given with 'illustrations, which will and other ammonium compounds in his possession" to pay for it.

:. ': ,,i; rfJodu.ct..t.-.h,.....*..,... .6a enable the reader to identijy the)insects the transformation is one,step .Another man showed a mortgage for ,
,..I; '" : in the field;also with directions Further advancedthe: ammonia 'stage) $40, on which he had paid 20 percent '

.-;. ': j c,:: "''-.r':. 'eat3aar is Jacksonville.. and formulas for preventing or des- than In the case of organic nitrogencompounds interest. and. also '1.7. for '.re-. '.
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= "'," ...._' 'Wc k HudiDC. October. r3,,s89'fY troying them. 'such as cottonseed meal, cording. It is quite common practice r

""",iI'>"":- )'i.'.. It .U-. '.' ... We,fail to find any account of .the. blood; and tankage, 'etc. for such a tenant to mortgage his crop .'
-.J.j ) B .p... .!' .. = .0;;:' "cotton cricket"i ,or whitecricket, the For, the reasons above,explained,'nitrate before it is put into the ground :In.< YY:
.
......,." .--.i.. <.. ,"-. AT"" to'. to. .. .,.q1. .s ".tI... "I i burrowing variety which, in new lands, of .soda has, been.found especially fact everything he has is mortgagedhis -

."..'"'....,. ,''Oeti..,' T 6 \.;.... -63 -73 -84 -61 -23.78, -..009 often givesthe grower so muchtroublet : 'valuable for hastening the growthof j I house, his ,tools, his mule, his,'
:;: > '.a .Q";':-i"..,! 70 77. 8S ,66 .22 'I'l .00 Otherwise the bulletin is' very early crops, and! generally given plow, even.t the labor o f his children
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xk .
.0. 4 74 85 70 IS 18 coy
,: .. '. :,j 9...... 68. 75 87 66 21" ;76 .00 complete.and valuable.: the best reSults. when applied frac Such a man IS but a slave. with debtcracking ,

tit_;..- -" :-ti.', :!U o.,.:..!...,...,... 74 72. .7.74 8,5 85 ,.71 70 r 14s 78 :46.00 The insects;which were within the tionally or .in two or three portions. ,the whip over him, and hope t'
': -", '':.. '! U..!'..!!. 74 76 89 73 ''lb Br'S03 reach of, the station have been studied Sulphate of. ammonia, while less liable entirely out of sIght. There can be

.' ." ,.. ',r'-'..t1... "D._ ..'........... 70 -'S 86 -68 't8 -78 '.36iTaW carefully and original observations are to leaching, has been found slow no hope for such a .man to become a,:

';- : rainfall ...3dInches.c .- recorded.of them.: .. The bulletin, may j of action in the spring,',when the con- better citizen or a better farmer until _
'''' be obtainedlfree; of cost ditions are not favorable to' .nitrification :
"!' "' 'Tn'. by addressing he becomes a free. man. He mUst .

?>:. ,:.. .... :T',:_ n'__ A.J., MiTOatLObserver.The Wi K; Tocura, Director Fxperiment but in_ the fall the difference I between' have the pride and ambition of own.. ;-
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'- -.. : -- ., Station, Lake, City, Fla. j :the 'two :would be less perceptible. ership to lead him on. So ,long as'
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', ': ; ,: fate'of ,te hew settlement ... \ there is a mortgage on his labor and

.: t i.U.,:. t !,'which. ". has shrun;from a:popliktiofl Orange: Sprouts., .A teaspoonful of 'nitrate .scattered his'Iife he cannot hope to improve, j z

j ;. ,.'.=. of, 300_ or:4oo down_to:a quarter :The heavy-gale that crossed dragon- aro,1:1 deach cabbage will be'.eno.ugh.. Thus we see 'why; al this negro' -conference .

.Y_ :.: ;,'" of "t luit..r number;'or .even '1 lee, Is ally;.,over ,the State! the ..fifst/weekof Let.all.the lumps be broken !up and there war so much: said'about '

,, f':'> Ottly, another.' !illustration':of the folly the month;' -Wrecked some orange the. whole mass ground .or. 'poundedfine. refusing to,sign a mortgage except for" ',

..,: 1.:' : of building a colony:;on'afoundatiofl OU: sprouts-and'generally the finest andmost Let .none.. fall within- .two or the purchase;tlasd.. *

," .,,- ".'?-:,-.,-. of', DhI;.t..i.JIWUII.' ; "" These' 'l lsueso: fruitful toobut not 'enough to thr :inChes of the'..plant. .Hoe. i it in, 'There were. negroes, at the. conference "

rf, :'" ::: '::;- .. and refintcoithat 'the colocirtsall conetitutea t ;-serious misfortune. Probably lightly ',who ownhundrede of acres'-ck -

;:' ,';;:- W:,;: :ill.their; :;'l--.t--r: lns-' : before; : ;not:: over:'two\: per' cent of ,theiprouts .J':.* of debt: It was.estimated that then:..

;,. ::;-... .....,., can';subdue- :them .to'profitableThey ; .in the State'were, blown'down.Ini .. INFLUENCE o} ,STOCK JON GRAFTThearticleyourepublished : :- gross present t t. jepresented ,
'.:;i1.".,'...,s.: ; :,.becomed Sh aIteried'and: 'few exposed the from 'arm
: """" '>'"-', ., ; < places along ;east ; an $35 ,ooo' forth of .pro
!' .:2;.,- ,:.., ::\-': =' kotbtrnsectioIM. 'or- =:rehira- ;'';')''to' I coak:the nueaber: prostrated was much I Australku paper oh .the, mfenonty of About_ :70 of: ''.them: stated'thatlthowner".

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r '468f;' eF st/ '?\ .1.. } .#THE_ FLORIDA' 'FARMER-. .- AND 'FRTnT-QRowER.. -.'' -... OCTOBER- 16.CROPrBULLETiN. .. .:" J'I. _

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:" ,' WEEKLY: .' mit ',that"the' other, .is as: good as the ;
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-"-, ,. :ir 6 -" : Apiary. one. they represent. r-i J', ,
,;.. .. ;XOR. .WEEKS-ENDING:: ,, ? OCTOBER .XITH; { The..cost of establishing a colonyof : '
"'., ." ..'::,-'.'; ".'.-.( ".. '" l897f ;: ,","o ey'?'arid. Keeplng.-No... 'Z.The.methodi bees;: depends a good .deal upon ;, : (
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,;..S-i.: :t ....:-...- of keeping and'handling the kind of bees one secures. A ,
.- 'r,:;' the bees'have all ,in ,Car .
'.1 :4 changed recent ( good colony of pure .Italian. or f
? GENERAL. SUMMARY. ,
t" '.... -' ,times. In;'the matter of wintering niolan costs from $6 to $8;, but our a. .
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t-"" { :Excepting over ".extreme' southern the;bees, the change all been common black bees .can be obtained '\\ >
::portions;of ,State, :the, week: may be half of the '
for ,the. best. Formerly for. half this price It is a question, "3', ;
:x' ,characterized as a rainless,one. Weather colonies died in winter, but today however, whether, in the; end, they ',, ,;
;
:- i f conditions.have.been; perfect:for all very few deaths occur in the hives would. not' be .'more ,expensive than
'..t harvesting'purposes:, Nearly: all short that areproperly; prepared'for the cold the improved bees. '

/ ., staple' t 9n.las-been' picked, and,a w athr. In the South the bees can Like poultry and eggs, the most of Shortest, Quickest, }Host AttractiveIU'ri "J<< i

;. large' ;) 'portion of the' sea island. be:kept'in thesummer. : stands_ through. our honey comes, from small farms, ;
: a TThrpughithe; cotton _counties;the con- the winter; but in the North theyare where the apiarist owns. from one to ,-.
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w.:; r. s- ,ditions could'nothave been improved, wintered in cellars, caves, sheds, five 'colonies. But, on the, ,other POINTS BETWEENFLORIDA AND THE' NORTH. '. -,
;
?-t'Ae. ; fand/&e-lmt.is( ; .of' a high order 'The and occasionally in winter protected hand there are many big bee farmsin .

.< -r J ,'(fry; :;.weather;' is .retarding: growth _of I hives in the orchard. The favorite this country: It is not ,uncom Florida Centrl and d. PeninsularNEW .. l"
: IT'''' .cane, ,seed beds. vegetables- and ,tobaccd. method is to construct bee cellar, mon to find farms in 'our Northern

; *';. Large.' quantity ,of bay was I where several hundred hives can be States, where 500 to .i'ooo hives are THROUGH ROUTES "
'v' ssaved. It; is now.seen that the storm, kept at' on e. The.se' hives are kept. From one of these, farms 20-, New York Jacksonville by -

::seri-ous; ; ; : stacked; in tiers, one upon 'another. 000 to 50,000 pounds of honey will New andNorthern Florida Pennsylvania ington. Southern R. R.Hallway to Wash

i A:thermometer the cellar enables, come in one season. 'In California, }Columbia, Florida Centraf &
:Xake: 'county. Near Mascotte, the the.apiarist to.. keep.an even, temperature a few bonanza; bee keepers own ashigh Air Line. Peninsular points In Florida to all, principal

"' *.c hocfop.-was very; ,poor. Limes, in the room, ,and all throughthe as 5,000 colonies each, and Cincinnati to Harriman Juno- .
'l.a lemons,' and oranges ripening.rapidly.: winter he carefully watches the they 'will ship nearly 75,000 poundsof Cincinnati.Asheville tion Harriman by Queen Junction& Crescent to Ashe- "
': t 4 Railway, and Florida'Jaok
', s ;Notra: :great: quantity dropping, and ,In the. early spring the bee keeper One man in San Diego (county, last onvtl1e Central&Pensnsular-Colum .
;:q /",l butlittle,: splitting.} ,ManY'grov have goes from hive to hive and counts up year, shipped 150 car' loads of J bia tq Jacksonville. '
:received i ,theirs! ; :;fall ',ploughing, while '" Cincinnati to Jacksonville by. ,
;A- the losses that lave been inflicted up. honey. Cincinnati Queen & Crescent Chattanooga '
.' ,.others'delay; : ,fearing: ,culttvation.mightstimulate on.. ,his little hosts :during the winter ,Bee keeping has 1>een called the and } ,-Southern R'y to Ever- ''"
Florida ette,Florida Central & Peninsular
:f 4. i i growth, which, in.case of se- In .spite of his utmost care m wintering \ poor man's business, .because, no Limited. to all important Florida

>Y ;1" ,1ere'cold' : 'l ; during the winter, wouldprovoinjurious. them, 'there will be many to die matter_how poor .one. is, he can 'always points.Kansas City Fort Scott &'
,-{: ; ( : Sweet potatoes are from bad ventilation, diseases, and keep bees and' make a little Kansas City Memphis R.R.to Kansas Cit ,'
't 7.::' :"periorally-good[ Some, fall vegetables even the cold. Like a general after extra money. andJacksonville 1[to to Birmingham Everette, Fla.,Southern Central K/y'& ,

:i' ti. in. market, Sugarcane: ,plentiful.' Orange a'battle; he does not know his losses The bees gather 'their nectar, from Thro, Line Peninsular to all Fla.'points.' K
;. :It : sKiprnentsfrpm: ,the lower counties until the roll has been called. If the far 'and wide, and, as they are no Louis to Jacksonville by
'; ,* increasing.. .General, rains needs queens are all right, he is greatly relieved respecters of' neighbors' rights, they H011v Sp'gs 1St. Short Central Line to to Hotly Du Quoin p'ga,, a.' f

: '"" ;cd:fpr cane. (,.potatoes, '-se -be.ds.. veg- in mind;, but if the' queen is will rob the honey from the fruit Route. City to,Birmingham Memphis &,Sou.Birmingham -,
."; '1 tables, and ,tobacco. Pineapples in, missing in any colony, there is dan- blossoms of the' next orchard to put J R'yto Everette and F. C.&P. a

4 5 3the' .-\."'' more. 'southerly. counties, improv-. ger at once. A new queen must be money in the pocket of the poorest I sonvUl Sioux City. Ill&*Chicago Cent. to to Holly Jack-
r. 'ttng.:" introduced iu the colony, or the colony farmer They.require little labor anless' Holly Route.Sp'gs}XSp'Ss !\-., C. M. & B. to Birmingham -
['t, 'A J t o E.-Owing; to the demands that must be_ united to 'another with a expense to keep them, and, in ette and the, Sou.F. C.R'y&,P.Louis'ille to. Ever-

:tli :, ulletinbe continued, throughout queen. return, they store away enough hon- & Nashllle to Rive ;-
tlie.ye i r}; the.Chief of,the Weather:Bu-- introduced New, Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. only
Queen bees are now in ey to supply 'the table, with, many To }route with through sleepers"
., jreau{ ,:bas ;directed, compliance' 'thercr'with. a novel way. There are regular delicacies. Jackso'ville between New Orleans aDd
:IVe wish.:to hear from, ,every. Jacksonville.
: ; into which the There ;
cages, are regular beekeepers' as- ,
queen queensare
The F. C. & P., has 700 miles of track 10-----
.'correspondent* There, .is, ,something placed, and one end is stopped sociations and clubs' established all Florida running through the '

.1t gzowtng ,in every county-in' Mondathroughout with sugar. The 'cages are put into over the country; and at, their regular Tobacco Stock Region farming*, and Dairy Section, _
i t the year. 'VC:, wish the the hives next the bees just over the meetings they read papers of a. Pear/i and Strawberry Landt, '
'* *' Orange, Banana and Pineapple Country,. :
builetiri.fd; be a reflex of the condi-
cluster In'a short time the bees discover practical and semi'scientific. nature. PAo.ph t BeU. ,
",:.ft. ,tionsprevailing'during the week Re- the'presence of the queen, and There are several weekly and monthly Ilat Other the Silver Vine Spring Scenery and ,. "
r: port;every:frost and effects on prod. they begin to eat through the sugar papers devoted exclusively to the The Great Hunting Country.
,
; Vipcts prog ess'o( ploughing and sow- Keathet the Noted Fishing Ground -. ,,
; paste to 'liberate her. They ,deceive business, while nearly agricultural >
every
Has the best lands for tillage, greatest variety
-Jhg' ;; gathering'of-.fruit and its condi- themselves then into the .belief' that journal gives some space ,to, a of soils in the State and above all ,
.' i>. < tion;;:he :rains 'and effects on, the they have hatched put a new queen bee department.: Runs over the "Central Rldgeland '
1 ) soil and growing i .,product. If in need Where It Is High.and Healthy.
i' > and joy follows i in the hive. If the The apiarists have had their shareof route
A : Prosperous towns fill its and It offer
i prcards,.drop us a,note. Let,us have apiarist attempts force a'.queen in. trouble; and it is only in co-oper- the best freight facilities for any produce to, ,
;.. 4weekly reports, not later l : than Mon- to the colony in other the ation that obtain their the Northern markets.
any ;way, they rights. Send also for the best '''map of Florida sent
}dap; from Escambia; county.to Nassau, I bees,are,very likely to resent the in Adulteration of honey' has been one free). and'note the towns on its route.

;, t"and' !f' -from-. 'Hamilton, to Monroe, I trusionand: sting her to death. of the obstacles in their path, :and A.O.MAODONELLG.PA.Jacksonville Fla.. ',.' ,;
.? \ A J. MITCHELL;' The bee cage was invented to transport they have persisted in exposing such -'
.Section Director, Jacksonville. I Fla. : the queens' through the mails, tricks to the consumers. The comb The f Fla.'Cent, & Peninsular R. R,- y

-, I and also for the purpose of introducing I honey cannot well be 'adulterated, Offers to Shippers '-
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: .' of ,the 1 level sandy tract.of .: has been widely and extensively The Shortest and Quickest Route .

.1 land known as peninsular';'Florida:will A number of,.years ago.it was found i. adulterated. The adulterations are BETWEEN;

,; : .be)jrh'eii the forestsi.'are: alj destroyed i that our: semi.wild bees could be made ,of cheap sweets, such as glucose FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN
:Q ,arid:thewaters are drained off? The greatly improved by introducing and cane sugar, 'and in some THE EAST AND WEST.

gr f'Afiican'Desert,will! be a Gardenof among them pure.Italian or-Carniolan instances, :only 25 per cent, of the' With Improved Ventilated Cars,this company .
\ )in_comparison; .;then, and that queens: Italianizing! our 'common mixturewas honey.The is better equipped than ever ever to

timfis.hot: a_matter. .of centunes hence, black, I bees has gone 'on apace ever Agricultural Department, !handle Insure close the Orange connections and Vegetable and ) Crops despatchto ,and. ,
butvis:getting to' be:only; comparatively since, and ,most,. beginners! are advised working in the interests of.. the beekeepers all Eastern and Western Markets

,afieT; ?'jears.off, lithe many'schemes .to. begin. with, these queens.- made searching investigations j out Through change cars or delay.to destination. with

under i, :way.and ,proposed l'arc'' to,be They:produce.much larger bee:wort and disclosed. ,fact thatthe Perishable freight followed by wire and
.carried, :out: We:intend to"sa y;more.subject 'ers,' and; ifl some respects they show adulterations were done largely shippers tion points advised and arrival time at passing dost1natJon.I various. ''Junc k

Oft: 'jb! ? j : ,later l ,,. and( in the great improvements...upon.the common by wholesale dealers, :and not by I All claims for overcharge and loss prompt
mean me;a little, good; hard thinki :\ insects., The pure,,German 'orCarniolan apiarists. Some, law to prevent adulteration ly adjusted. yare
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queens are the. 'gentlest, of honey is now,passed in via F. C. & P. B. R. '
.tens ot'ththole.Stateyrdl; do no hardiest .and most 'industrious of all nearly State.
every For information call on or address the Undersigned
:. la 'fiyi majr ppenxiur people's eyes bees;'.'and. there is :j just at present as A" few years ,ago the honey interests C. E. TAYLOR 'Trar.A'rl.
c' ; sis tb; y"cn.see'to'_ what );a'conditionthe 'widespread an, attempt to Germanizeour :of the ,country were threat- W. B. TUCKED, Gen.A'g't orlando a.FT*. <
<. 'peiMeri part,of:.the.State, will.be I common; ; :,black bees, as to Ital. ened with injury by the 1 reports: that O.W.)B!.HOLDEN FULLER,Trar.Tray.A'J gt TampT LeesbiTr .,Fja '
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are, not, '',':'.Itt or, ,a1 J\.,.. n'e--'...:- Trapkal, ". :Sun.is .., .., '',bothschools A -:; ,, and neitherone will ad the: market. The honey.in ques- W_ ,H. PLEA3ANT8.Jacksonville General Freight,Fla. A ,

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( ,, }| y ; ( beet1to taken forks*than z cenU.tf *"* "*> ., .'R r OR SALE-Smooth-.Cayenne: d"Abbikt;

tiO.;'EJtrac: i free;by a J uhleia;methodi'iiph> ; re plates are'made ,firstclassContinuous : AdvertlsexaeoU. .. .for... thIS. caIuumnmusr...... ..... 'v b&'pre.' 'Sackerrand: Iips.< St. .Petersburg pismp.

omiad''J pd #e f ttendnnte :.;Qo14\ vGum Beta-"of? .Teeth".made ,paid. .: ""' -',' .' t',".....,."...... ,' =- '" .pia, +Ca; ......PeterabuTrr. .. .?, .6-1..15.<, .....
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5T+ ;'t"1If": O1i;;:l > i0f. :..hare. come:..from'.,.... Tiier& are but one.;daii buyers, mB CLAIAPJEACHn' (e .I--- ,year st QC ; 'Tfee most profiteMeoraiige .'
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O'< .'V"-'{'".:.the :regions 'aroti at they't Allegheny'' : who.Wi11 l,dr. can,,,. buy jM3lednedttQbacc3and : : Oviedo JL is as, colors earl ;88 solidcrj the,7"" .:.. ,C4..W.VU1a.atk. ;t ..... -q, ?Ttake_: .:Naraecka. .;... Fi.Ht tusN&i'g.. :
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', _Mountains/where; the-mountain lau., : 'they/are ;the speculators I have 411 leading varieties '" ,.be ), .. h "" .

lei*'fcrj &lmia:; :4a tif foi ;Wabminds.. wfio 'ate looking? for-lf: soft snaps,"- jktTf .T,.Ki.; .(lodbey, '!. .,. .9.Fl4.J-- 'T':.Ii '::1t. -<.!:.f-,a.- .... .O TRA Alabama,' So' 'Schn4s1bcIi UIeOI1'1,10..-
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; .Th beesgathered; i moat' 'r.tfeS;iaec: besrwhoare; ,prepared;io:takerjur, Hal. :WlANTED.uperin endentfbia1SO..aor e JULIUS.. acmfl < nrfd- Bay,-A.tia J

.: --tar front? ;'flowers f the;pto8v; finished cco.and/giyelt; 'the.* final. '' ."*'Musfihsiire, large : : ::' .'.f : ', ,, .
p experience and ridge referencesDe?not I&I
-: ;,.which> are:said;J to ;ppispnow-i :.If. prjeparatidntfof? : jnarket.: These'men. waste time In correspondence unlpu have .t J-: You .Forget *r1is'
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;j? .{ .' these: ,Address:'8uperintendbat.1t; wad price list of 11 le diB .,
'f. dcTuof:pretend-'to pay the grdwerievenan ..J' ties :'x r.ftr
.- .,.. the.ubees'i-we: :: sb indiscnioinatesto ...' as... jacksonvlire.Wa.. ;. .. ,.. t' ,-, .. -,;-,- ::-.j _'.. ,of CHrtw .1'Ret'OU 4.S and: $ year stocks,
.. gather: 1heir'boney: ; '}rom. poison.' approximate! value for their-Jtqbac-! : .. _. : '.J." -..'.,.,",....... Di sMHU'accordiag' to'toe 'of ordm C.' W. i

OILS .flowers;;2 1t'::wouldbeya_ ;-P re 'snbu 7 co j but; first depreciate : ,,1 its value. and< w. :y ou.WantThetn4. :: : 'FOZ:411fa'Lake".L" "..l!:!!. 0 .. unerfes" Frutttaad-.Park. ., FlA'., .j.l :!

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'!; jBufthe ; ithetehst ,;; -'Some'of thousandsan 81188 OFFRRING CITIIIJ8 NUBBBRr:
: <- aiveryct? an:autnenti case i ,small price 6ftenless:; 1Uverside'NaveJ'budson'8uTear;C) : ,'Trees at Bottom.prk8: Cboiee:stock; ?.

..." : .tG than(1t; ;C06ttto; harvests the' crops It Lemon Stocks Will bloom next pplft 1. < varieties true to"'name,.' and"square
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iK death:"due ;(eating: po\sd\it. ashpj Lake Nurseries Frultland, ark;F ; q: tr j e tffi at.:: Write for prioes. statingyour ;%

jr. :Were r hive :been) '::/cased>p/ seems)1i .fwe; ,are,now at.)neji. t ejcy ,. -4. "f l"f.. .;,... : waat :.We'cah please'yoff,- Ptoni : lfi

: '6fthese speculalo5 our-lotSare I : PBRNOME1.nomenalproflteplantitat rieetBraklento"uFIa. .. ,. .tab. fa'AR.1 iI -
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: : in1'his'iweet.'aitielt:; : ; 'of" diJMddtatJ..1M : si Ill r d.nott:. ma' marketableopeneCyes. OlJdi-:: Ins and King oranges:on(rough lemon sock. 1 :NeedMouodP : J--:
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;- ; >thiDi'lYlOre' than; :canexpected J ';0 J;. burg> .Navel,.,;Harsh .Seedless Grapefruit toreI..m met sell my large'stock of O..be J't
4 i rVUla Franca Lemon andone: year:old spur oranges o 'treest very tow r1ces.: AU
be .' 0vtr.mdaigaaeeiia l } F1ori&Seminary! ,PPoosasloy
_ : > and Trifoliate plants Write tor prices. and popular varieties Ortage a&d =
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candy <* .wietrt TL tij1 ,as stated in a'prevlousissue.ere.wera George E. Bnowj BaatlakeFUu '> ; trees from 3 to 6 feet high: Address for'parth-. '\;
or' *any ""- ,.i1'cattl *ee. y ;: : -.- ........,:;:: :.' .-:- ..- :! '. t..' fare. Wg: ..Trimb, Brftidentowa/., .ifTJOESALE
admilar ijckaets. :fakefl'' m modeftequantitie ; .fifty t students present, 'toroUcii : .... !, : '

is' considered males :and'fifteen DEDIGREE'BMOOTH": ':t ,.& E-- Two Leon county farms Asa= .:
*, hoaey' .: by Uiirtjr-fiyej: : :' :years and 390 acres. Hxcelleat: lot stock raial

} t.. ph'M- .as;;. NThis..... '; lStabontthe".numbei.. careful eelecUon.M Every.ewekerlakiro'fromptanta totaooo growing. W.B...<3ftrke08jcJuwTiUe,
hedthol artick :of.i /di< and : expo tc l to* >e, at the'opening that-have' prod; eitwv'tmrge fine- 'v k4'" .
_..-. 'ltsllz present : fruit.. E. A* 9k. .. ... _Flat. ifl Pla.HART'S -
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:, .crowed supply,. } and. ..cfaeapne i e. are. bUt tu4ents' 'lll'COntinflE to"cOm int1 -"' and Buds. Write for prie s.. :
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t; :>. rtaUr.hei- # Jo '.th<'i-human. t.i race.Scientirk l .;B" fOr_ .}jenext. weeVprtwpGaiie: i yillei GET THE, .best;BB8T-Beet.vfirittee-ral; :Budded'from: Orange seed IJ3tf .W 1L MANx Miii.Tffl*,, FJ4,,
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,, )' . .7' '" J1..Xe1slahui, Clarcona. ;.Fla.,' POULTRY YARD'- FOB BALB-Wtta.
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t." i. It wouldifearp ,arc .. jnor I. : S'THA. River;; ate" ,Send for price list., '.. dress, 8. W. annoy, Box. Jf10W2i ." Aarmtndioa_ .. "
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.pk North to the'ii nry of,the Statj, : r as having.between Job I .'8AtEiB.EX: 'axcr" -iat e i, 'I. ..... '. COR SAL>t-Q. floe;:" 7. ot :floor found*,1 .

e OawtofdviUe! Brecse. ofFriday and, ; ,halo aafeaof; ; agwl c .,hecenUy FOR Reliable aadPr4re lIelnouba *-.thoroughly t ,., :A
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Vineland,. in Wakulla wntt, : ., ,, -- : ., ., ." joR CSfOICK FBMH Lj[ cOw$ ; w3.

eel last,weekvby;.'-Greity :of" 'crate*'of grapefruit'which-. J, SPRcasLawer'CatKerslt; ,>>. ftomat. &- Lawis. ;- .. tnbrl4. .. ,,, Ra .
Hanell. ; bear l aved cierlg.$4a. : aate 1 J. These :
_'I deedi Palm, Seed now riveaHT. Packet by
:-Mr. Dibte 'of Indiana is Thousand .- B.. fi. craft .HI'PRA11'Ii'Ba01f., J"BQI '
from the North, and the ? ; ifi.Gaines- ce tl- ;v$* o -; } &t. B 7
: Point. ., Florida; '-'It" -- 1= v" ._ .1-6', i,;/; sale. be bens;onW 1f9.cent
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ms us that he hid prekms- > IoAkIDg-for' :" ., forty "I', -"' .. ", '. ..' ,_ !' 8i! .*'OQ.; '.Tht'l
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,dt There. is DO'such town tge.to.*Toldiftbreeitaf.' .. j:Q.f.. .A.;BMOK, Or*

.-.-... in Florida, and The wool crop:erf Santa'! Row court..-: JII1OIHl; P1orida.. :',-' _*:'-'. .; !.--1. '-%0:2-3. .' i !sil$OVTN others.i T(:ULTIVATvii rtcaa bead .

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