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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00151
 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 23, 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: UF00055765:00151
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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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: ;", On so large a fruit farm,comprising It mayseenl. JBSBfitoiJffll: j ft is -
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1'''k: 1biK ,00 YOU KNOW' scale. Thus, in propagation: ,of is about 100, OO dozed painr" :d i1y.

.;''\,.-. '.. r' 'ft : / ".a.!": ;'". young stock, peach stones. that have A daily production of 1,200,000 pairsof
not been allowed to heat or sour are stockings would mean 7,200,000

Ii .' RUSSELL .?:f ... sown Broadcast 1\ in October on the surface pairs each working week, or 350,000-

h':. ,.__. of ground that has ,fertilized 000 pairs-a year, which is an averageof
It P' w (after having been previously used for about five pairs to each man, woman

11 Grower the same purpose)'by the cultivationof child bedridden: invalid and pick

; .. Every cow peas-the so,called salvation of aninny in the land. Moreover' this

It. ,. t the Ozarks-for one ,year. The'proportion estimate covers only one class of stock
x V of seed used is from,three to ings-though probably the most numerous

t ... t- of. Fancy Pines intlie four hundred bushels on.a space sixty one. Of course, the bulk is the

feet square-the seed being literally cheapest qualitieS-those that sell in
:# shoveled onto then the wholesale trade for cents
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t.. : "" '., 4I1A 0"p."i.':/"i.' -.., ..J.'. grass. While the seedlings'are very dry goods, and yet the transactions in
r; /: Jh The Celebrated INVAlTHOff PAIR OAKS FRIUEIT are 'known small they are transplanted into nurse-. ibis line are beyond the scope of any
a throughout the UNITED STATES as producing the FINEST -EVER,-PUT rjrfows three and one-half feet apart ordinary imagination., Mew months

'. '. 'ON THE MARKET.":. and about three: inches apart in the ago company of dealers representing

:' I' ':jJ=:a l .To.produce Fine Fruit you'must haveFINE : rows. The following August they are tEelmporting side of; the trade alone

: i r PLANETS.: "- budded, as close to the surface of the gathered in New York City to-confer,

: .. + ground as it:Is possible to work, with on how bestjtp.prptect their;interests,

i" : any variety the grower chooses, and and rough.computation, of the capital -
: ;-( 'i have for sale more ,Fancy-Plants than any Grower in the Country, and at <<
the Elberta is the usual choice, al represented! by the houses..:that
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(; ,,. Purchase your plants from the PIONEER GROWER of Fancy Pines, and you though thoughtful growers begin to joined inaction gave 1 the' stupendoustotal
b.t .. :: .r : get a GUARANTEE that are absolutely TRUE TO NAME. doubt the wisdom of the universal cultivation .$206,066,060.; : V
,',' .,. V".:, .V Price,List now'ready.. WRITE AT ONCE.. \is of one variety, no matter how The. 1 business 'done 'annuallyin' all
fine, :the simultaneous marketing of grades domestic' and'imported.hosiery -

; ::; .BOX 61'. GEORGE. L RUSSELL, Orlando, Fla. the great Elberta crop of this 'year is about''$ 5oooooo in ,times of

';' ... having seriously demoralized prices. depression and $125,000,000 in yearsof
'-. ': ;.- The following spring the seedling tops prosperity. There are: twelve'mills

: ; 1!t' '._" \'.. ; '" "- .-.. f -.'. -- are cut off and the bud nurtured in New'York State where'it is'estimated -
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: '.,. bud one year old, the trees are readyto of f hosiery. '
'Il'' :: set in orchards, and are considered The goods! are turned out from each

{ ; : ...:.. R. alway. better: for the purpose than when older; of these factories at the rate of about

V ;1 -a.. indeed, any left after the next springare 8,000 dozen; pairs daily. They are

:i- monmy TK ffltttBT ROUTE.! rooted out 'and destroyed. sent chiefly to" New York City and

7 -" Peaches are always planted on the distributed through the South and
p .'- "'-,'.) ?UT -L highest ground as a protection from West at prjpw 'so ridiculously low
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IW-it ,; ,. ; .-: ,, .mnfClUm oo AOBXA VSMIBTJLSD SBAXN&ft follow the use of ground that has been turers can.turn them out with a profit.
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"; subjection by the,cultivation of one or ness is very keen, and this keeps
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; ; -.t NORTH, two crops of beans, potatoes, or even down the'price and, incidentally,

,- ; : corn, though a low crop is considered wages.
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4 ;;3V 1gtai tsBg &H iwtftani LmittdAa4 rate Of one hundred and sixty trees to yearly decreasing, much to the

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fr t!UrO'/ez Y. ''Orchard.taisffcrity such exists-the nurseryman or grower using. wire by: the protests of neighbors -1: I am a strong believer in the inarching
has; of course, no use. who stoutly contended that. it ,. plan for bracing as well as theJ

.,...'" s That the. rough lemon, as a stock, would chafe and cut into the wood to wiring plan. I have all our trees that
,..of Onnge Trees, Worked is attaining great popularity, is evinced such an extent as to do serious'dam started out above the old bud inarched
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L_ .. ,oa. t emon.; ,,,,.,, by.,the fact that fully two t irds of my age ; but my experience is that any with one or.more :sprouts; from; the
'' ''Editor! ,Farmer aid Fruit Grower; : orders for,nursery stock stipulate the strong cord is as objectionable on that I ground, generally one sprout from the
rough lemon roots. score, for the smooth surface, of wire ground to each sprout above.
In1yonF: .issue of ;October 2', I note' I ,That buds,(>these, rdots grow.faster *.. will not fret like the rough surface ofa We had.one tree on which I noticedthe

,,an article. headed"Inferiority of Orange ; bear earlier, /many of my'one-year cord. in-arched, sprout from the groundwas
_Trees Worked: on Lemon." This buds in nuns ry bloomed last spring) My experience also, is, that fears of growing very fast One morning

paper comes to ,us from antipodes, and are more prolific, I am convinced.As this damage may be largely dismissed.We I found it'all on the ground, the hold ..
: 'Queensland' Australia :where climatic a stock for the Navel and the may expect the wire in time to be- on the old stump had broken off, the

fe a conditions' and soils are entirely "unlike Mandarin (so called kid glove) varieties come embedded into the tree at most in-arched, sprout still sound but -not

te # our own. The' stocks used are I think rough. lemon excels all of the bearings; when that is the case able to hold the weight of the top, so
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undoubtedly'of.the! tender commercialvarieties others. it affords only additional support, and I wired it up, 'as above described, for

K! .of i\Europe and are not tObe My. object in writing the above ,is good rather than damage is attained. it had about half a box of oranges on

compared with:,bur,own rough Florida to invite discussion and bring out the When we consider the'very small percentage it, and I did not want to lose it This
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lemon,, as ,a"" stock for budding the comparative merits and demerits of of bark affected by a circular was in July, and so far it has not shed ,
.choice. '.varieties,of, the citrus f milyon.A' ; this and other stocks. wire, we can see that its ill effects are or dropped a leaf or an orange. AndI
.';and .I :think' the,article may tend "to -<>O- W :FOX' much magnified.It believe the in-arched sprout will soon

( .. prejudice ,-unthinking ,. and inex- Villa Lake Nurseries; Fruitland is a stubborn fact that unless we be big enough to, hold the top withoutthe
::: -"' .ipenericed Against'the':, use of lemon Park, Fla., Oci: 14, '97. do something practical in the way of stake. '

(.stocks..' *! !... supporting this growth, a tremendous I have propped up most of our heav
r. r> :'iMjTj! own:experience and observation Wiring up Orange Sprouts. percentage of our trees are sure to fall iest fruited limbs with forked stakes,

'.. have.- v ,i.convinced' 'line* ..t.tdtt qed} Florida'! : to pieces from their own top weight, to keep them (from splitting. This is
<'J y.-t. rapnaU* *Ui .things /I, is parctleceies Editor Farmer and Fruit ,Grower: or be blown by the wind. Now, if a good deal of a job if one has many
..' och; fiirQurpineIandsandIam : Replying to the Inquiry of ''Number we can secure them together in this trees, and if anybody can, suggest a*
; } -not"-* yet- V :convmced .that t jt. is Nine" in your issue os the :2d. inst., iron frame; affording comparatively better plan to hold our trees up as they

not equally goojji' :for:foramd
,.,_,- AV.tQhafdiness.<< .mvexperierice duri :- the sprouts," and how we are to consumation devoutly to be wished.In know it.
4 : freeze* -'in.agrove.of: : over keep our newly budded old trees ,
mg'tp big up cases where a tree has not suffi- R. A. WOODBURY. "
t ftipootttesgo; of which were ion lemon! and prevent, as far as possible, their cient limb support fjpm necessary St Johns Go.$4 \

'n stocks. !ctahbtia1rly'b; { '..* tUl evi-- loss for the present, and especially quarters, I give this support by driving .- '
c; fi 9:.denies;- tt as,\T"i": ;, on: mo" ,J' were when they begin to bear; permit ma secure stake and have the wire also Banking Orange Trees. *

lyrorked.low, and the trees, five ,to.siX to say to...him and other interested par circle itWhere Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. "

Niches! ja; diameter, were, bankeda: few ties, that in my judgment. the. remedy it is difficult to secure good' "Shall we bank our orange trees? /
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'inches l above the base Pl-bud, .and is circular wiring., driving space among the roots, the. This is the question that is revolving

,most of}the buds were,. saved, ,. while I began it a year ago, ''and from stake may be driven down less distance -: in the minds of scores of Florida orange '

'of' the, {:[remainder of the trees ont time to time as opportunity wouldpermit and ample strength given it by growers as the winter approaches.For .
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stocks ,budded have wired, some trees, my part I do not expect to bank
:sweet, lour"or pomelo 500 a simple brace, say a 1x3 slat nailed
bud and although we, have recently had another tree, as my experience has
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higher, ,not a was sailed both to the stake'and the. trunk of the
? _Some people have objected to lemon quite a storm of both wind and rain, been against it the last two seasons.-

stocks! as not being .sb,hardy as the.or I have failed to find any limb or sprout tree.When the tree was cut down to the I find where the sand is drawn up into
This be ,but lost that had. this circular wire aroundit. a point it freezes twice as hard as itL
anger ,may son experiencehas ground, and from three to a dozen
does on the surface of the ground and
that stock .
taught us. any hardy} _
sprouts or even more, are now grow.
'enough,if the bud is ,worked near theM I much prefer it to boring holes in ing in a circle around the old stump, causes the trunk to split; or, 'if a small

4 ground and the.tree banked above the the sprouts; which weakens their power my purpose is to include them all ina bud, the frozen sap run down, often
!-* of resistance limbs killing it below the bud, whereas trees
junction stock and bud or wiring two circular wire as soon as they attain
; Two active men can bank 4,000 "on opposite sides,or any other methodof sufficient size. The bark will soon that I. did not bank were not split in

..trees: ,a day, placing!. ten shovels of support or independent attachmentof grow over the wire, and afford support the least and small buds only had the
'earth to each.tree,which small expense a single limb, because it takes less from all sides to each. tender,tips killed. Before the freezeI
insures bud. from freeze time and less wire with far more se never saw a tree banked of any size
,the any we Very many sprouts have very defective -
,dill ever be'likely to have. curity'to the tree as a whole. footing, and they are sure to be in this'county except in San Mateo,
The ,Queensland writer's stricturesin My method is to use a good stout lost if the weak. ones have depend and we never thought of having our?
: regard to the, lemon stock being' galvanized wire, and circle largely the upon their separate power of resist- trees killed.' It will not do to say
that if bank when the sand is
,more profitable to the nurseryman on whole top about.half way up the tree, ance, so we make it .a case of "all we dry'the
of of the bud where convenient branches afford frost won't hurt the trunk, for.
3 account greater surety support hands round, and "united we stand, .
uniting with the stock, has no argument to hold the,wire from slipping divided we every .one that stops to think will
r to sustain it in this country, for down. In doing this I have an assis- fall"R.. E. Mists, know that the first ram will run down'the

.buds:of the"'same ,variety put in sour tant, and while one is engaged circling Mims, Fla. : trunk and thoroughly soak the '
stocks, are quite as sure, to takers the tree with a cord, to take the banking and our freezes generally follow ,
:those, put into .lemon, :the conditionof measure for the length of wire neces- Another Plan. a big rain.Another .
'each being equal, Again, the objection sary, the other brings into position any Editor Farmer and Frulfc-Grower thing is, who are going to
.is raised; that at the union of! limbs that may require pressure or In my father's grove, which I have wrap their trees this fall?

q bud and stock there will.be a,disparity support, ,to preserve as far as, possible had charge of since the freeze of '94- We had warning last season that
of. growth between the stock and bud. II symmetry of growth. When the cord '95, I have used marlin up'ta this sum- the cold wave was coming several days

; My observation with several has met, hold the :ringer: at the point, mer to tie up buds, and trees that put before it reached us, and as I had
:trees of several varieties of hundred'j and.w thdraw the cord, then put it at out above the old bud, with; but find some extra fine budded Tangerinesand f.
.. \been that great uniformity of growth the end of the wire and measure backon ing that insufficient to stand the strain orange trees I worked hard and

'' [between stock and bud existed, ,as it it until the measured end of the I and wear, I adopted a plan suggestedby got them well enveloped in oak brush,

A .was.in most cases,impossible to detect cord is reached, then cut the wire, Mr. W. S., Hart; of Hawks Park, and felt some satisfaction I would
,., of union.. allowing from four to six inches for at- at,the last meeting of the Florida State have some oranges on those trees at'
he"gint the article implies v that lemon taching the ends together, which is to" Horticultural,Society, at Orlando, and least, but when unwrapped in the ear-

w :should be avoided, since all stocks simply bend back,with.a slight twist, have, found i it to give good satisfaction.The ly spring they were as bare of leavesas
M ,that sucker from below should be discarded which is ample to .render'it secure. plan is to take a small drill (I the peach trees, many limbs dead

as,,they cause, endless annoy- This circular hoop having bearings on used a No. x gimlet drill) and drill a and not a blossom 1 on any of them,
ance. This may apply to.the commercial all sides, is.as effectual a stay or sup small 'hole through .the sprout or while my other trees-of the same age

variety! but? our: Florida variety port to the tree as the,framing is to a branch, then run in a wire. -I used a have from 30 to 125 oranges to the
I .of tree.lemon does not. sucker unless. building. When the tree has unusual No. .14 galvanized smooth fence wire, tree. Now' believe that if I had put
the roots are broken. heavy, contrary branches below the run through the hole and fastened to a brush a
.t I am told that there is a shrub-like hoop, they can be attached to the hoop good heart pine'rail or stake ,driven the south side to have protected the
variety in South Florida that never attains circle, by a separate short wire, andthus well into the ground. think'in some I trunk from the south east and southwest ,-
wire could be used to Ad;; sun and not banked at all, I ,
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: .badly.' For thin variety-if I was deterred for some time from '!vantage. 'would not have had the least d 1*ge ." ':
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'-- .sprouts"; into,the buds from the, personal knowledge' of the,disgusting cessfully grow',the golden fruit, just my trip,I took close look at all the .:
::* .. oppositesides of the ,stump:the:trees little thing., We never saw. one. We keep your eyes on us,' 'and we will groves possible, and one can.now'see j,
average one third larger and there is, do,not believe there are ten orange soon convince the .most skeptical that about.how'the groves are'coming: _
twice the amount of fruit that.there is growers in.We state who ever saw one.. we are truly in the orange growing I saw'groves that 'will ,have from 100 ,
where they have not,been budded in. We'don't, want ,to see one,' and we belt'.of Florida. boxes I
to 1,000" ,' and saw right :
This spring:I encouraged sprouts from hope that *none' ever will be seen in We notice,various estimates from by them that are: done for groves good.It _1 yis
:the other side'and'Inarched them into this statenot, ;even preserved in embalming various sections of the State,'as to the pretty-much the same way-from"Ft ;
the buds;;and 'the :trees'.made a 'won fluid, encased in a bottle,andthe percent. of the old grove area, being Meade:to the Gulf;j':still, I(think the
rt .-. derful growth and:they are'so firmly bottle hermetically sealed. recuperated, and from the best, data groves were',hurt the least close to the '
braced L 'thitj: I have not.lla.d a'bua We call upon Mr. Sresovich to make obtainable, we find that at least eightyper salt water To
':t blow; 'off.. although not one staked. his assertion good-if: he can. If cent. of ,all the'grove property in the trees'looked a as stranger though manyof they had :'
.' WM.. I;. ORANGE. there i is one tree witbthis it this, :
pest on community; is being restored not.been hurt at all; but the owners -',
,',MannvilleFla-v- : ._' the people..can afford to pay for that Mr. Obenauf has in, his fine budded assured me ,they had, and badly,too. d
:".;<:'./ The.'Mexican,Orange Worm., whole orchard and burn it up, root grove a number. : of .trees now holding Some trees were as full as of yore?,but
4"J; tMr.J.; ,Sresovichthe- fruit; dealer and branch. Yea, even dig up the abox, or more each,of as fine.fruit, as most of them had but a small crop of .
'.j of) Los Angeles who has recently Been top foot of soil and 'pass it through a we ever 'saw. A number of, other fruit This seemed to be universal \
inJdexi; purchasingorangesf0rsthe,, furnace.-Realands (California), Cit growers have a sprinkling of fruit anda and not confined to any one section. *

b # "t. United States ,trade, writes to, the ,rograph. .. .i fine prospect for fruit next 'year,,as I found the fruit selling at gbodifig-! :
r :Nogales Oasis an indignant er concerning Bitter Pecans. our.trees are all clean.and healthy, for urea, from'$1.25 to:$2.00 on.the'trees *
4 the .Morelos,orange V worm ar Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower, which they have always been .noted, and' as', much as $2.50 F., 0.. B: I 4
x .tides ;which ,Have appeared ,in many In answer .to your inquiry'of''' 8th and have made phenomenal growththe found, single individuals getting as *
V; V .California papers. The Oasis says:, ihst 'will say I have no"bitter pecans, last month. So'we will soon be much as" '$5,000 and $6,000); and 5 fl
K 7 Mr..Sresovich asserts that the effort and my experience proveslhat "this able not only to encourage one another several relatives, by selling in a lot,
,of.Mr.,Wiggin was apparently ,to,cast defect being caused by standing too in the mild manner we have 1 getting as much as $8,000, and I must
discredit upon the Sonora sweet, ; oranges near alien house" is'erroneous. One been by saying "we look for better: say this seemed quite encouraging to
and further; asserts,. that'.the' myfinest trees stands within ten feet times,J' but we have already heard it one whose grove'is just coming into
,'Worm pest.has already secured a lodgment of ray hen house and'the.roots run softly whispered .the fall trade is a bearing. And so after looking arounda
,in Southern, lif9r ia, directly through.the earth floor. On little, better.. All this, is said very good bit, I wonder how far from
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.;. Mr..Sresovich makes here:a statement one side, of this house stands this pecan softly, lest what Webster called' the 225,000 boxes the State will produce
.: :which is of top grave,a nature tree; and,on' : the opposite side'three dead corpse_of public'credit shouldnot I don't believe there will be as manyas
.'-to V be.Vpassed., over in 'silence. He orange trees, and the roots intermingleand be experiencing a, resurrection- most think for' but!still we shall I
states positively,' of his own knowledge \ -lap'each other.: ter all. We hope to soon say out loud have quite a good showing'of Florida 11
,. that the dieaded.Morelos,orange In,some pecans of commerce there "times are better/" and then, with oranges, the finest on earth ;
.worm Has "already secured a are found many'with bitter kernels. some emphasis "times ale good." How'I wish'' not one of them would t
: lodgment 1 in;:Southern, California..u' Upon examination' I have found, that W. E. BAKER. be''allowed to.go North till,ripe Then |
'Where? the layer ,interlining that separates Melrose, Fla. they of, the North, would know.what -fan
,In the name oft orange growers the kernel, isvery large and bitter ...... orange is. Last spring; 'bought |
ofCalifornia( i ;.for tlj s sake'Qf '.the. mil- and,hence;the bitterness of the kernel.This An\ Estimate of,the Orange Crop.. some Roois, Italy's best. They were j

:'lions: ,of :dollar invested: orange exists,,,so far as I know. .only:in Editor Farmer. and. Fruit Grower. certainly pleasing to the eye, but sam-
growing; in, this. ,state, we ask; nay:,_ hard"shell' pecans, and this bitterness 'I There has been a great deal of pie from each did me, and out they *
;demand, that Mr.,Sresovich immediately caused -pecans to ,be drug _in the "guessing"' and "reck nirig" on this went Fraud was stamped on every I
demonstrate:tbe,truDi of.his.I as.sertion market.many years. I have only thinshell'papersheU subject,and I reckon I Had better have one of them, every one of them should
or Deceive the, brand, of.the : so called pecans with my 'cniess. took' a somewhat extended .i 1 have had'stamped on it in conspicuous
.deliberate 1! falsifier, on his 'forehead.' kernels sweet, crisp, tender and.delicious. trip in the orange section from letters;N. G.-no good simplytolook
that all men may/know' and shun him _, frostproof to the Gulf Coast,' Fort. at '."
,as'th ey would,shun the pestilence that ''ARTHUR BROWN: Meade and Chic ra.. ,Here at Frost But I must close and where are the
.walketh1ii:the.'darkness' Bagdad: ,,.Fla., -October .n, 1897.. proof the(orange':trees have done wonders pines I was going to write about?
"We ..speak".strongly .in i this,matter '. .. since"the. cold, and'' all .the trees Well, they are 'here and fine as silk.
: .j- -f, because we strongly.( The,. orange Still 'la'the:Grange &tt. that are 'old, enough, are .full of fruit But I must'leave them for_ another
.'V worm pestis as far ahead:of any pest Editor Farmer:and Frui rower. The older groves to the west:and sd nth time. -
.. :with'which,we Have,heretofore had to As.this'was beginning; to bean: orange of us are coming in finely Polk'and Remember'' 225,000 boxes is'my :
contend as the' light of the'unclouded' \producing community of' considerable DeSoto counties willJsed out a good guess. B. Mi HAMPTON.,
sun'is ahead of the penny, dip :Iris consequence, ,before the many' thousand boxes of fine fruit, Frostproof, Fla. .
:the ,m. disgusting! thing i .known.to freeze, I will. say in justice to those though not a'' half .crop, no, not a ...- "
1"' ,. the fruit raiser or\the, fruit consumer: that hang.to'the'shcp"of'which' ( '' :tl ere fourth. ,But' still those ,groves not .. That man who can afford tejaakeenemies"

We speak from the.testimony of..thoseQ ""ire many), you orange growers who killed'put ngbt'wif'send'forth' a gold. .is certainly rich:ia @ieBts.....' ,. : ,

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!:4'j the:Ohio Farmer; himself one of' the and less value of
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most practical thorough mechanicalmixing compared with '
'.of.the:.Statej! writes in'his:,paper-as- follows : !chemical treatment of the tank 1 I Dilated as Directed, it makes' ":' '
c lit the Insecticide
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,Bulletin! ::Mb.;;;173 (the Ohio experimental the buyers, :divided up the goodson ia'tlic World. ,' K ,
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:station;:lately: issued, says: arrival, paid the freight presumably -
Used in Florida for 13.
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group purchased wholesale cash rates, and divided up, ,.
j% 'one,ol(the oldest fertilizer houses in in a:.retail way. A similar saving may .. 'H.! MARSH, General Agent, '
Ohio/two.'carloads each of tankage be had by wholesale cash buying inmost .
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and acid phosphate, \with five tons of lines of.merchandise.. This year, Okalmmka (Lake Co.), Fla. "
ti t. muriate which ,. ,... ... ,
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: potash, they propose for -
: example]:bought 300 "AmoskeagA" IS"Sold by many merchants. ,/ "
: to.mix their,own fertilizer.: When cotton wheat ,sacks. to ship seed MAKES 100_ HAMMOND'S SLUG SHOT WORKS,
{ completed l they will have a, fertilizer and check for
wneat, .gave my $36 FISHKitt'OK-HOOSOK, MEW YOB 1C '
,analyzing about 3 per cent ammonia with the' order-12. cents per sack. .
(quickly available' or not 1)) .over The:retail: credit'price, ,at 'the'.time ,at' -
.12: per ,cent total phosphoric acid, the village stores'was.20 cents-a piece ments ,indicated plainly that, for the the seed, and two months before the, '.
.("available".or: not 1)), ,and ,2 ..per for -same-tsacks;!identically, with successful growth of some of these first.cutting was made. When cut fort
Y .cent potash, which will have, cost them no question"of cost:and value, of.me legumes,' the addition of the proper I first time, July, 2d, the, treated or
about $i6 per ton, .as against $24 to chanical mixing/",and chemical treat- germs, either in the, form of earth from i inoculated plants afforded more than
'$26 and, upward which farmers over ment. old fields of clover, vetch, etc., or in I four,times as much dry forage as the

Ohio>>,!!paying: -for read lt:mixed fertilizers The lesson of all this 'seems to me' the form of a :pure culture more than plants not:treated.: A second cutting: ,
;".. or similarrcomposition.(chem to be:, Club together; buy at wholesale doubled the:yield. For other certain will; be madein a few days: The difference "
,ically treated or.not 1)) and made of car Jot,rates and for.spot cash. Then plants in this, .class artificial inoculation between the crops in the two

.. the;m same. materials, ,,(chemically or mix ,at }nome if (i) ,you desire merely was found to be unnecessary.Bvt pots is now even greater than at the
mechanically'mixed 1)). in this article I shall first The inoculated
f mechanical mixing, and if ((2)) you are speak onlyof cutting. plantsnow
Irr y T, ''Of course ; these farmers' 'have sure you can with shovel and sand the .results.. with Alfalfa, ,trusting measure about 15 inches the t
bought\ ,' Q.J. better: advantage by buy seive mix it as 'well as the manufacturers that my experience in attempting to treated plants less than 5 inches.
ing f or cash and;in.large;quantity; but can' do it with steam-machinery, grow this plant in a ,locality :where it This work will be repeated and ex*

:this all,the more forcibly,illustrates,the and if ((3)) you are sure you can mix i it has not previously been grown, mayyexplain : tended in the field this fall ; meanwhile>. .
:point upon which. 'tne Ohio experiraent'sUtion the failures and indicate hint that the -
; for l less than $i per ton-the price ; we have a sprinkling over
., has.for years, been.insisting they will mix it for with machinery remedy'for some, :who, attempting! to soil and thorough harrowing in one or.
i'[+. : namely; that Ohio farmers ret Careful mixing at my barn this fall* grow this plant outside the region of two tons per,acre of earth from an old '
t .r paying'too much for their.Jertil zers.r. cost'me about $1.25 per ton after its general cultivation; have heretofore field of Alfalfa, burr clover ,or black -. F
.. Attention is agamcalled: to, the fact, everythfng was ready. We had al failed A field of rather stiff, loamysoil medic may,remove one of the obstacles .
Ii 'that this, purchase'was made through ready on hand a tight mortar box or well drained, was.thoroughly pre to Alfalfa culture on upland soils in
'IS- an Ohio fertilizer establishment-one bed, 3x6 feet. In this we,spread the pared, the preparation. including sub- I the South, and probably also in other
{" :of theoldest: and :most reputable in ingredients in thin layers in proper soiling to a moderate depth. Alfalfa : parts,of the country where the cultureof

: the State, and ,the,'prices made, are proportion, shoveled or hoed them was sown*October 9, 1,896, and a,good this plant is, not general l, and where
'simply the'prices at-which' any farmer over and'mixed them three times, and stand was secured, which conditionwas there is no great ,abundance of wild,
L or:group of farmers in Ohio might ran them all'through a fine sand seive maintained all winter and spring., plants belonging,' like Alfalfa, to the M1
,have;bought the same materials.1 (In or' riddle. The soil was ,better than ..the, average genus ?tledi go. The.West is, doubtless ,
66-ton or:singleton lots?). The questions'in ..,..' soil in this immediate, locality, and before naturally inoculated, as are probably -
6!:.. : )piren thesis are, of course,my Alfalfa In the South-Inoculating the sowing a heavy application of sulphate some other regions. : .

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'> Now_all this .fails Jo ,give ,us, any T..F. Duggar,'of the Alabama Ex- phate was made. The.roots penetrated A Peculiar Chinese Fertilizer. ,
; hint as to what proportion of this saving periment Station, writes in the Rural to considerable-depths,. but the A curious market garden at Gretna,. '
in cost was due .(ir) o-.the smaller N Yorker: plants neither branched. properly nor La., is owned and managed by a Chi ,
\expense Jand( smaller' value) ofmere I have read with much interest the attained half the usual height. In every nese, company, who grow fruit .and* ,
l' mechanical :mixing, of. crude tankage articles on Alfalfa in the ,R. N.-Y. for sense the plants were failures. Examination vegetables for the. Chinese trade only.
: instead of .having j it chemically treated August stand September 2d.Ffhe of the roots showed that the Chinese'gardening always an inten
t to make its plant food available extension Alfalfa culture would be tubercles through which'non 1al-Alfal- sive system 'of culture, ,and this is
r promptly, and;without<--waste;\ or; how of untold advantage; for considering fa plants are enabled to assimilate the shown by the.manner. in which they
much is due (2)) to the purchase of.65 both quality of: forage and 'weight of nitrogen of the air, were entirely want.: fertilize their crops at this place. They
tons instead of one; 'and ((3)) for ,cash product. I ;cannot name its equal for ing. The plants were starving for use cow peas for, old land, but their
t down: instead t>f<,on long. : ;credit, So certain soils, yet many attempts to want; of.nitrogen.- 'main dependence' is fish fertilizer
k;- 4 ;I lately !sought the following 'conversation grow this plant .have ended in, failure, In the latter ;part of February, of made by .half filling a barrel with
,:: in";substance with the president even-when:planting has been done under the present'year soil from a field some. shrimps,or refuse {fish, filling up with .
ir t' of 'A.large Ohio --fertilizer .establishment apparently favorable conditions. what similar, to the 'above :was placedin. water and covering to prevent,evapor-

:. : :Recent, observations and experiments two new flower,pots, 14 pounds, in ation. This Is allowed to stand, for
Question: "Did'your house sell the ,-by 'the :writer have pointed to each. Equal :weights of superphosphate about three ,months; 'then the .malodorous
:' goods referred:'inlthis'bulletin; : ?" one,cause of failure, ,and indicated a .were, used hi,the two pots, and fluid,is dippedout, ,and about ,
I Answer.:."Presumably;. .at least we means of overcoming this unfavorable in both were planted equal quantitiesof a teacupful poured: the roots,of each.
t. sold *similar quantity or ,rather; several condition. A realization of the'ultimate Alfalfa seed. In one of these plant No attempt is made to fertilize
similar. quantities to farmers in advantages, to be gained'' by the pots was mixed one-fourth ounce Qf the -whole surface of the field. The
."-- 'Ohio.' ". practical application of the results of dust,sifted from the$e burrs of burr, chief vegetables grown for.the,Chinese _

r"t 'Qi, i'Wbatwould'you have charged recent European: .discoveries regardingthe clover ,(Medicago maculata), which is trade are pumpkins, okra, yams, cabbage -, I
to mix the goods, simply mechanically, bacteria? that induce the growth of botanically .a near relative of Alfalfa. and several members of the':cucumber ,,. .
$ with your machinery?" tubercles 'or nodules on ,the roots of It.was thought that this dust might tribe. .

:.. A: ."One dollara-ton.'" leguminous plants, led me to study thedistribution contain the germs .necessary to produce t .
>- Q; "Vyhy do not, farmers ,let you of these,germs in certain tubercles on, Alfalfa. Judging It estimated there will be at least' .
mix'ie at'that low,price, then?" Southern soils. An answer'was soughtto by the present growth of, the plants, ';3000 boxes.of oranges shipped from, "

A: "Because they are afraid we'will ..the very ,practical question, "Do this dust did,produce the, ,:desired! ,tu- Lotus, Brantley,Banyan and :Topic.R. .
cheat in-mixing.' .''F' the soils tested need'to.havegerm! life bercles. ,Fig. 285;shows that the pot B, Stewart comes first-he.lI.hlp
Q: !"JVould fyott'teryllling to mix added to them .in..order to produce receiving the .inoculating dust pro, '1,000 boxes; J. ,A. Booth will 1 be the
,it-in the presence of.their.representa- ma mum:+cops of. crimson clover,: duced Alfalfa plants about three times next, ,he will ship.350, boxes. Nearly
,tine '. ... sand or hairy vetch,'Canada field peas, as tall) as the plants,in,, the other pot. all the fruit we have seen)in this section '. '

.ur'a. } d'd' O.JO.it, lup *,- JfCspedeza. ,:cowpeas;: !; and Alfalfa This.photograph was_ taken May'iQtfy ,}Js ,Mall and .Bright Titiayille! : -,
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piaty. we began to study over the, necessityof ) Strawberries\ \i{ce. :
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: removing the bees elsewhere. But
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-' ', in the three a revolution Cramps,.\ I Croup,,. The celebrated T.'&TJ:.Strawberry Befrig-" i
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Hew:Far Do Bees Travel For Honey ? years Coughs erators are the universal favorite of Florida s

..have often read rof f. bees going hastaken place. The lowlanas"havebeen Colic" Tootb growers. Perfected, after years of experi .
ence. Give good service tor'go
,; great distances; for their honey, andharvesting put under fence a cultivated. fruit
Colds ache.Diarrhoea .
crops from blossoms three Thetattle being kept off, every nook !'RUBY'mom,

miles or more from. their apiary.: and corner of those islands that are Starke Florida.
Although there is probably some truth .
not thoroughly overturned by.theaimer's
in.the. statements thus.made, yet, for Dysentery d. 5TEfiKbER SEED ED.. IMA
/ .all practical'purposes, I believe that.it plow, now grow more and '
Of is .i useless'to depend:upon ,their going thriftier honey-plants than they ever *l'fl Bowel Complaints.A MARY'T.. FROTSCHER, President

over'two.miles'in'any one direction.' did before, and after every rise of thbig Sure,safer Quick Cure for Successors: to

;-c;. ,We.have_ had four. apiaries, located river, a little better harvest comesto these troubles lalam Richard Frctscher's Gravier Street Branch Store,
.. Nos.518 and Gravier St.New Orleans,
520 r.a. '
four to twelve'miles away from our our bees than the one before It
Importers and dealers in Plower, Field and
N home apiary, for twenty-five years: or matters but little what is grown on e Garden Seeds. Grasses,clover bulbs, seed po
more, and know. by the experience those lands, the soil is so rich that J1i by tatoes relatives and fruit of the trees late in Richard their season Frotscher., Conducted Order

of the cropsin: each of these apiariesthat when the cows are kept off a,bountiful through send for Richard free Frotacher's manual of 18g6or, F -:
the' ranges of \the bees. in them harvest is sure'to' come;-from knot- one
were_ entirely different weed and Spanish-needle and the cropof It fa! the trusted friend the

We once had an apiary located on this apiary is at present..equal to the Mechanic, Farmer, Planter .-r-.. _,..-:.-....,'...."ft.,..'', .
the shore of the Mississippi river. best we have.Another Sailor, and in fact all claasea. JAG..!:....-.-.._.c' "" :. .:.{ C.: '".....f..,,.:":", .
This apiary'remained in.that spot for apiary, located' only two Used IntcraaU1oruterDall1. :{s.";! \ ..;i.:.'!;..'7:''..1.-\M.'?_ :..
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about eight years; and its crop', was miles east'of.the above, yields no fall Beware imitations. Take t4..., .4c.tI., 1.'ig dcateverywb "t.I." # XSTT".?,". ?.'..* -'" -...
always shorter than of any other apiary.It honey worth mentioning. This showsus I none bnt the genuine "huTD.A.vxs.u '
was aboutrfour miles north of our conclusively that, whatever other Sold everywhere | ere seUFERRY'S

,home, and although'we knew that the people's bees may do, ours will not '
of the river which of 85a and 60o. bottles. i SEE Si
vicinity course, thrive: on a honey-crop source locatedtwo
F- cut off half of its miles from
something them.
pasture-had or more e to .y.O e9-e&e Don't risk'the loss of time,labor and ground.
to do with its scanty crops, yet 'There is, however, a possibility of 'by planting. The market eeedi unknown 1a full of chip quaJtjr. !-.'
F we disliked to.remove' it, because it bees traveling that distance, or even nnnlUblaseedL FERRY'S 101
&real'n the beat:do not MeeptHI
tt was in a location where orchards more, if the country over which they TWENTY years ago a fruit can factory substitute.Seed Annual f '.
IIII abounded\ and the facilities for a spring travel is not broken. We have seen i consisted of several dozen men D.M.Detroit FERRY, A Mich.CO.,

K harvest were good. We were for 'a our bees at work about two miles from i and as many boy helpers, who made

long time under the impression that home along the valley on which we all the cans by hand, cutting them

-" the home apiary wss helping to cut off live, and we ascribe it to their not out withshears, passing the sides c

its honey supply, by its.proximity, but having any hills to climb or heavy through ringer to roll them into ';;

.. we were well cured of this doubt when timber. to pass. Very certainly, bees shape. The bottoms and covers were FAIRVIEW PINERY.
we found a small.apiary of ten colon will travel farthest where the country shaped by means of dies, and the .
3; ies'exactly half way which had harvested is smoothest.-C. P. Dadant in American parts all p\it\ together and soldered'by ;;

-. more'surplus than either of our Bee Journal. hand. Naturally when buying canned .Choice 1
in those few -
own. goods days a cents went t

We have often, since, ascertained ONLY intolerable conditions at to pay for the can. With twenty men "
:that localities three miles apart may home, great hope of improvement and their helpers, the most that could Pineapple .t.

have altogether different crops,both in elsewhere, or reckless spirit of adventure be produced in those days was 16,000a '. '. r
quantity and quality. could lead one to cross the ocean day. The same number of employees Plants ; :

,I:read'an article lately by one of and,land upon 'a foreign shore with most of them boys are now able -
the leading authorities, in which he only $15 cash in hand. Yet the data by means of automatic machinery to -. FOR SA.LB.-

''- ,advises, prospective "bee-keepers to furnished by the commissionergeneral turn out over 200,000 a day. There ..
select their location in reference to the of immigration show that $15 was I are now in existence in New York, Smooth Cayenne I II.! ; Home 'Grown.. II .

'amount of bloom, wild or cultivated. the average amount of money in the Chicago and Baltimore large plantsemploying .-
This:'is.good advice, and yet it is notalways possession of the 230,832 immigrants machines having a daily; ABBAKA
safe to depend upon present who came to the United States in the capacity of 40,000. The production PLANTS A SPECIALTY. .

conditions to determine the future fiscal year '1897. Even this amount has increased rapidly year.by year as .

As an instance of changed conditions, is $4 more than the average for the new machines have been invented, F. N. PRICE, iv
unexpected, I will mention what has year 1896. The fact that 230,832 until it is only necessary to insert .
happened in the neighborhood of an persons attempted new life in a quantities of tin sheets into one part P. 0. Bar: 449. ORLANDO, FLA

apiary which we'located some twenty strange country, on an average apt of the machine to have them automatically -
years ago,between the cities of Hamilton tal of $15 is a forcible through all the stages oi HOME GROWNt
: and Warsaw,, about half a mile of the desperation incited by oldtimwretchedness. nmanufacture and drop out at the other .' ,
from the Mississippi river. eend in the shape of completely formed

\\i When we first placed bees on this .The ,decrease of immigration from cans.
farm, the land was but little cultivates 1896 is 43 per cent. The percentageof Is. -V Pineapple Slips
in the neighborhood, and the bottom illiterants over 15 pears of is In another column will be found f

or;low lands along the river, composed 23. Fifty.two percent of the 1897 age im the notice of incorporation of the firm and Suckers s
of Jose Morales ,&. Co. which has
of islands and overflowed ,
strips, migrants came from Austria.
Hung
been formed by Jose Morales Of the Following Varieties
in their natural condition Henry
were, producing Italy, Poland and Russia. Thirty-
a profusion of fall bloom. The eight per cent came from the United Perozo and :M. G. Gibbons, and RAJ

cultivated lands in the neighborhoodwere Kingdom,France, Germany and Scan which will carry on an extensive.cigarmanufacturing { SALE: ,
'' .. in orchards and the timber business in Port Tampa
largely dinavia. Thirty-six cent of the
contained plenty of, basswoodreal'Eldorado -a 1896 immigrants had per City. The capital stock of the new ABBAKA, PORTO Rico, EGYPTIAN r
no occupation
for bees, whatever and 46 per cent were farm company is placed at $150,000,. and QUEEN, GOLDEN QUEEN, RIPLEY
"Within few the the character and experience of the QUEEN, SMOOTH CAYENNE PERT
a very years young, ers, laborers. or servants. Seventy- .
thrifty orchards had become much two per cent' of the immigrants of gentlemen composing the firm": all oi NAMBUCO AND RED SPANISH.,
,f damaged l by hard winters, and the 1896 were destined for Illinois, Massachusetts whom are businessmen of the highest f
to .
character and Apply .
standing the
low; lands were so closely pastured by New (York and Pennsylvania -justifies 0. +
prediction.that another successful G. MATTHAMS
neighboring cattle as to cease to produce and zi per cent for the states en ,
anything except iron-weeds and south of the Potomac and Ohio or terprise has been added to the long Florida Pineapple Comp&ay,

.boneset, which, as everybody knows, west of the Mississippi. list of those that have given Tampaher Orto -

:produce about the poorest grade of That the volume of immigration position as a manufacturing centre. MADDOCK &. MATTHAMS ,

,honey that can be found. Later, the swings upon industrial activity in this -Tampa Tribune. .. '
owners of the timber began to'cut It country> is indicated by the fact thai The Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, F2*

4 down,,and we'seriously feared that al I the total was one-third larger in 1896 has opened for the season.. No .-, -
!Mow
the basswbod. would.go. The than'in and in matter many dotes some:
I.I crops9f 1895 1897 fell below There- is talk of a new hotel '
:\ this apiary had so..dimiiuahedy that. that of 1895. Braidentown. at people sleek at your clock, they all.

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I : ., f.iDoult1tV .h-.' and drop out, at times leaving the Poultry Notes.

Uo' '! jlw I. Z .4 !! ", buds, almost naked then cold and Starving hens will lay no eggs.

< ;,- >". '#e&by S..s: eLAOY'A of a. .Yla.p disease (from exposure) are apt to fol Poultry requires salt. the same as f ,>

.>r. -....."h".... ..- .. .....; .._ low.Hens animals.
p{ ,'r"I Soae' tllfits.. should be carefully housed if ... ......... -
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Dispute.
the weather is at all cold or damp. A Boundary
I )r To.the 1 man who has,the'idea of going When,the new feathers commence to fortable. That Is what many line or **iH rtjr+*fences
; .into the business because become. "Good fences make good neighbors." .;'
:; poultry come. in it causes a great drain to the Generally fifty fowls is as many as Never beard of a quarrel"over, through or .
;} he ,thinks that he can' make an easy hen's body, especially of such sub- should be'kept together. under" Page Fence. 'J

t .' living with little work, we'would say stances as go to .furnish, nitrogenand Low priced poultry must have plenty PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCECO.Adrl nIJeIJ.! } i

,f don't. Unless a man, has a
great mineral matter Corn, wheatetc., of opportunity for exercise.
; T amount'patience: ,and an unlimited furnish the hen principally with car- TOH NINJSWE k -MACH'Yp
Always feed the mash *
crumbly, not p :
capacity for doing things he should jiN3< .*
V bon (fat), etc., while grass, bugs, sloppy. :3> -rf<<- V t.=*
keep out of the poultry business. For etc. furnish the and --
worms, nitrogen
'\' the man'who has this quality well des mineral matter. Thus we see that the Milk can be-frd in'any form-sweet, 0
s: and who has to sour or buttermilk. I .
"" veloped, some capital foods best adapted to the moulting
r start:with, there is undoubtedly a good season are nitrogenous foods. It will Sorghum and broom corn seeds are i "FUNA" CARBON :

fr; living in;this industry. be seen from ,the above that at this excellent for variety. : .>

!' Judging from the present rate of development period the hens should have unlimited Fowls being fattened in confine- BI-SULPHIDE. "'-.

;< ,. it will not be long before range, so that they can themselves ment should have plenty of gravel. "The best remedy In every respect for killing j
t. :this will producing more grain insects is BI-sulphide of Carbon. It ,u (
country gather a good supply of such articlesas Barley is much used Europe, andis cheap effectual and easy to apply.-Ala. Ex..
\,._ poultry products than it.:consumes and they, need. valuable as a variety. Sta. bulletin 61.
S':' we must look, .for.. still lower prices Send for free illustrated pamphlet. It Is in.teresting -' ;
During this period is best to add The dried, blood sold for fertilizer .readable and will save yon money. : s '
f although; new tariff will help prices tonic to the EDWARD R.TAYLOR Cleveland, Ohio. ,1
drinking water, say one dangerous for "
I to use poultry. Less than zoo-lb. lots supplied by 8."G. Searing -
somewhat ,no doubt 'If.the prices oft
; teaspoonful of chloride of iron to a ,Jacksonville Fla. a
corn and:wheat go away up, as the i indications gallon of-wa\er.\ Some time before Popcorn contains more nitrogen and

:. : are that they will l, 'and thepriceio&poultfyproducts the..moulting season the hens should I phosphates than Indian com.Ha've ,
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i* do:not rise the feed trough sufficiently lorida .
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be fed up and put in good condition,
i- accordingly. ,;it''will leave the margin of for poor hens are usually slow to commence large so that all the fowls can find ands- ..,:.
T H. profit-so; small,, that there ,will l!: .not be I to moult. This forcing food room. < >J. '

j-"' mdch:iflb\ 'cement-for anyone, 'to" start should contain, in addition to the reg- If the hens begin to eat feathers, Oranges fj '

r' in poultry breeding. ular soft feed, linseed meal, cotton feed them seasoned food and give -

rf The'westernMfarmer' ; todayiisihip-': seed meal, fresh,meat and fresh cutbone. them grassy run. 'R-

', ping. essed"poultry' ,into the)Boston The object is, of course, to If chickens are allowed on the .-.
market;and; selling _it, at almost the [:nvestments
the fowl's with such
supply, body ma- roosts too young, their breasts will of
price which it costs theN England terial feathers of.
as are composed ten get crooked. "
farmer to raise it. Developments .- -
Commence this feed if have
now you Much of
the diseases
to which
poul- "
into
Thrman who is going the '
poul-
: not commenced it before and it
keep
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try are subject may be traced to a Lttractions :
f business .should .combine- it with
fruit up all during the moult. As the new want of ventilation.Do .
raising, as the two work very feathers mature the hen be foundto Add,...,
KII ti together. By fruit raising, I may not be guilty of selling only b.
pre y be over fat, especially if she has too G. ACKERLY, -
mean the growing of tree fruits such much.corn or other hearty food. If "fair specimens" for breeders, it will GENERAL PASSENGER ACCNT.

as plums, cherries and pears. These this is the case, which is not often, prove poor economy THE TROPICALTRUNK LINE,

trees if planted in the hen yard furnish withhold all grain and feed on bran, """Usually there is more profit in marketing JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA."QUICK ..

k much needed shade, the poultry, meat and oats, withholding the oats poultry early, than at any other .
and.in return the hens furnish the trees <
as she nears the laying period: : Oats time.Leg
with
from injurious insects.. The sale of than three times a week. Give plentyof ly always comes from high feedingand WORK
g. fruit from an acre or two handled in cool water during the moult. It is quick growth. '

'this way will add very materially tot best to kill off and sell all the late ,Lime is a great purifier and can be In selling and paying for Fruits and Vegetables -
shipped to is motto. _
,the us our W
profits from.the'poultry. moulting hens, for they seldom commence used to an advantage to wash the GIVE GOODS SENT US BY GROWERS
In conclusion 'I, will say that the to lay before All hens FIRST PLACE BECAUSE Wn NEVER
: i spring. coops, perches and nest boxes. BUY OURSELVES. They are protectedby
5 poultry breeder should pay strict attention I should be through moulting by De- Ducks should our 40 years experience without default.
to the little things, as it is on cember. always be allowed as big a dollar. Enquire as to our standing
much liberty as possible, as they do and financial stability which any bank or
these that the the failure of
,success or Young; stock usually moult twice merchants having mercantile reports can
the venture depends.-Farming World.Moulting. not bear. confinement well. verify-then try us-WB BELIEVE OUR
during the first twelve monthstherefore METHOD WILL SATISFY YOU. Send
thoroughbred stock shouldnot Houdans combine egg laying and your name for our quotations. Stencil and
x. be young condemned until after the second flesh production in a high degree, be- cards free.. Letters piomptly answered.

: At this season of the year while the moult-for feathering or colored sides being hardy and prolific.On FRENCH & CO.,

hens are,passing the most critical pe feathers. 'The first feathers are rarely many farms poultry keepingcan 116 Warren St., New York.

: ,rid of,their lives it,is well to repeatedly perfect. The newly hatched Barred be made auxiliary to the other

call attention to the ,care hens Plymouth Rock does not show the farm'work without infringing upon it, ESTABLISHED 1855.

: ought 'to have during the moulting barring on the down, but is dark all and be made to bring in good returns.

r \ season. over excepting: small, light spot on American Grange Bulletin. k

A.writer in the Epitomist, speaking the top of the head. Even the first Brddl Rcdfldd.. Eugene.B. Redkad. ;:
this, says: \ large feathers, while they may conveyan Try feeding boiled oats as a morn- ESTABLISHED 1871. ;

: From July to December is themoulting idea of what the matured bird will ing feed, says the poultry editor of the REDFIELD & SON, '
'for the look like will show Baltimore Sun. Boiled for two or -
.or shedding 'period jet they many
poultry. It takes about one hundred imperfections.. Even the apparently three hours, then the water poured off Commission Merchants -

days: from the time a hen first commences matured cockerel that has taken the and the oats allowed to steam off a lit I -AHD-
until is the show in the tle of the surplus moisture, they make I
: to moult the process prize at may next sea-
excellent ration for
an eggs. The Fruit Auctioneers
son's moult be unfit for further show-
cornmence growing stock relish them also. They
ing, and vice versa. Some specimensseem
,
241 Dock Street Philadelphia,Pa.
food that
r. others thus finishing before cold to lose their feathers in a few form a furnishes about the
of bulk. Too We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetable,
right proportion concentrated
weather sets in.: This is very desirable days, while others drag along throughthe foods like solid either at private sale(which has heretofore been{-
li 'as' hens seldom lay during the moult This is largely due to a grain, needto our custom)or by the auction system (recently! '. -
balanced with
!l! moult or,the larger part of it; there- greater or less temperature of the the be kind up something of added to our business)as you may desire.

fore if they commence early, it will be fowl's} body. .
i a decided gain, for then they can begotten The hearty-eating, warm-blooded r1 o Try putting the same amount of man,: .<
i. in'a laying 'conctftion before bird is the first one to moult. E. S. Hubbard, of Federal Point ure on one-half of the amount of land for

cold weather,. and we all know what Birds intended exhibition can be has secured space at the Lake City To garden or field crop. '

that means. The-feathers .are com* helped, after they are well along in the bacco Fair, and will make a handsome ,One great advantage in keeping the .
and clean and tidy right
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garden grounds
; 'posed- largely',of nitrogen and mineral moult, by pulling out all feathers that exhibit of tobacco grown and cured by up to the door of winter is that it will
The first is'the loos- without drawing blood him on his place in Putnam county
,matter. process. come easy eave an immense amount of labor next .

liffc efiJBg stage.;;.when the feathers looseni ) ,especially. ". the wing and tail feathers. From T.-U. and.Citizen. year. J !


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i 'f' ; y 5ttc : ewe.. : I Our .Rural I., Home. ,. T s; .:
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the girl doubtfully,. "b lt I. ; 'ma; .sHOES.
llftY:or more J aafl are at wprk>! ,Small'Economies.. : >
that 1 :would, let asp: buy those ,,
you
the These will' looV- 'much' better and "
'
Quinsy dyot tepamag.Knproving is ;
Now that' is and '
<, .wneat higH .corn ,
: 'v stamped patterns; they're so,' so unnatural .
'and- ithiegsgenlyThe lcap' ow, the economical,housewife learn ; I never' worked a' rug but !I last longer if cared-for properly.If '

dthe- :warehous1:: 'bi;: ng:to substitute cornmeal for flour to wish you would let me,try,swill' you?" they'are to be cbmfortable'those: ?

',;e M while&i cted.: a largepktformisalsobeing Irr addition! .:i-new: : I some extent. in her cooking. This is :"Why yes, 'child,..only.Iv'eused up must be purchased which fit'perfectly,
r )eneficial to the health of the family
all the soft nice pieces, and all the '
'switchtrack J js: being laid. they will also wear,.better.
Quiricy
; well the pocket-book. The different
as as
there isn't
New'Era. bright ones, too ; a thing Any well furnished shoe store has
? ., 'varieties 'of bread which : "
com-
left but that'old Bay' State shawl and
shoes fit foot and'
: The.Florida' ,Cuban Tobacco Coin.piny fanner's wife should knout how always to ,any one
; ; every some stockings'and undershirts. in careful.The
needs selection be l.
( ,,of this,city,.Messrs. '>goodie.& to make, are wholesome, addition to "Well I'll see what I can do with clerk should only know to

I Rogers'naariagers, have ,received:thus the farmer's bill of.fare. I have found them," and Mary,went. out to gatherup wnat shape
looks best for each different shapedfoot
A< far: this season i ,ooo pounds of tobacco that; .I- can .use' corn meal in wheat the articles. : should

(for ;manufacture, ,about; xooo, read without injuring qualify, but The shawl was decidedly passee;' acdthepurchasercertainly ,

'pounds of which-,theyno: \y,have,baled consider it an improvement, rather but she :thought it ,would. be all the be able to Jell what feels most 'comp

:in: genuine Cuban'style.-Ikke 'City I[ ma tithe sponge the same,as usual. softer; .she cut it: in fine strips, also the fortable. There than' are few things foot crowded more.
distressing a plump
:
Reporter.. While titis'rising I make a gruel or black stocking legs, and after lookingover shoe 'because
into a narrow simply
," ,Mr.:.W.. 'B.;Parrott;has sold his ten mush, using .a';teacupful:of corn meal the white ones ,(Grandma'would it is when
"stylish the plump
.. acre:tobacco,:patch. He:_'estimates a i;p a quart of water for,five loaves of never wear colored hose) she slipped foot would same

yield '.of" 7,000, ;pounds from. .ithe.'l lot., bread: I boil the mush' at least half onher;;: sunbonnet and ran over' ,to the comfortable appear shoe with slender,its buttons in a more and
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His crop is.:seven j,,acres. in Cuba:and an hour and'allow?into cool,so'that.it. village store. ,

three;acres: in_ Sumatra. The .latteryteldedthe will not scald the flour. When the "I never used .Diamond Dyes' but desired tips, etc.effect., so arranged as to give any

best returns. From the sponge islight I pour the warm mush aunt Ellen says they're' perfection; I
There are of course, "cheap".shoesbut'many ,
three heinade''iioo'''': into sifted, flour add the ,
acres pounds to my pan want green for cotton and rose for '
times the manufacturer is
.
',the;acre-' and ;sold :for thirty cents a sponge; and )knead as usual. I find cotton,"she said to the.clerk. blamed ,
if
when shoes
the
pound, thus making;the three acres of that the bread keeps moist longer when --;!'Here they,are, Miss Mary, I know the 'w worn
by they evidently
Sumatra'net.h m-$ Q o. The"Cuba tor I[ :use-corn meal,so I make-more breadat you'll have no trouble if you rinse person' were :
I. made, for and weremot distorted all
r bacco .also paid him I well. Rehired' a time and do not have to bake so your goods thoroughly; that is the secret : leasenable'lenIDh'oI
out of shape they-would last a
I y' very little outside:help.rQuincy New often. -of home dyeing." -. '

,, Era., During the fall, when a little fire is Before night she. had colored the time.

needed .but a ,big-fire is dried them and them into When shoes become -accidentallywet
unnecessary
I H: R."Hoag, who -came, from ,Chi rags cut
they should be filled with torn bits
cago to:Eustis two years ago and 'purchased ; instead of taking up the ashes and strips, all ready to begin work,then of and.dried slowly. Then if
paper
out the stove ,the ashes
cleaning poke
a place :jon: ,.Crooked :Lake, is xt morning. all soil is wiped ml".and ,they..are well,
and .cinder? into:the ,back part or one The soft.undershirts
s'' evincing 'his faith in.Florida.. The were dipped -
rubbed with vaseline oil
end'of the stove: leaving only a small i into,the .or sweet; they
past week he purchased the.,Glidewell : green dye, some dipped will be quite 'in
new
place of eighty,acres, 'near Ft Mason, space over'the draft for the. fire. By to be darker than others, resulting.inseveral An excellent dressing appearance.is made of
; adding.a little fuel occasionally, and shades. The
and will utilize the land for tobacco pretty foliage
black dye powder ,and sweet oiL It
and pineapple culture on an extensive regulating! ,the, draft, the fire can be stocking legs made several shades of
be mixed in widemouthed'bot.le
kept.alive all'day and will not be may a
,
scale. Mr. is tobacco you pink.
Hoag a practical _. of Diamond
using only a small quantity

g ower.and his crop this year.is obliged to open the doors and windows. "Now for ,the design," said Mary Dye powder and be kept
most to'cOol.oft the she took her may
next
satisfactory. At his Crooked morning rags
.If the knees and seats of boys' for future use, being applied with.soft
Lake pl ce.he.Jw.a splendid outlook pantsare burlap and work to her room and
flannel

.foCpineapples: and thearea, : will ,be : made double when the outside locked, the door. Patent dressing should be avoidedas
r coaatently' aaded'to.Eustis': Lake becomes worn, all one has to dais to "I am not much of an artist, but if
,they ,often crack and ruin shoes.
Region. cut. away the worn part, turn in .the I :can't make anything more natural
All buttons, and l should be kept
edges and fell down. The is al ,
patch
than those down stairs I'll
ugly things
*- Plant! .City will this'year, ,small. readyin: place. The elbows of in perfect order and any break or, rip
burn it
: every
k .. way d-op into.the J line of an ; : : up. to the
orange promptly reported shoemaker.
shipping'point Several shipments l day:waists and shirts may; be treated She had a picture of primroses that ,. M. \'M. ; .

in the same way. came as an art study in a lady's
I small>lots have already' been made magazine .
and the large house ofSclneiderBrpthers I always> keep a spool of coarse,' ; This she studied carefully; then,
packing:
.has been, :cleaned cheap :.thread on hand for basting with a blue pencil, copied some of the A woman's headache may come

upand:; ( '. vervthing ,put in. shar>e'-for thread.. Fine (stocking yarn is .good flowers, buds and leaves upon the bur from'several causes. She may have a

siring,,assorting'and 'packing for that purpose, also. The children lap, just.dropped them.on, a bud here headache arising from nervousness;or
oranges like to ravel'but) the :of old stock'
; again:' Mr.. A. c(Schneider, the host' legs and a flower there and a blossom in from digestive disturbances. Nine

ling purchasing agent, for J.- H. ings or:socks and wind. the yarn onspools. full .bloom at regular'intervals ; after cases out of ten ,her' headache comes

Schneider.Co,, New. York has already this had been done she'drew out a from disorders peculiar to,her, sex. it

purchased a large: supply Off the i: 'r Many careful t.; housekeepers fasten; Grecian border,being'careful to measure may 'show itself in the symptoms y

_' golden) fruit in, different: :,parts of the all.machine-sewed} seams,by hand. A from the. ,sides that the corners which are characteristic ,of a .dozen

better'way is.to.begin a,seam about an should.come even. disorders.. Thousands of" times
; 1 women
coiintyfand-!
far
possible j
?*/ J? inch .,the end : the and .
to turn goods
concentrate the packing and shippingoperations ; hooking the flowers she shaded have been treated ,for the wrosg
_
; 4 at. this place.-Plant: City stitch the seam; ,then. turn and stitch them as carefully as possible, and by disorders. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription

.Courier., I back an inch. There is as much econ. referring to the study she could do this .was compounded for'the sole

ti pmy.in saving time as'there' is in saYing without much .trouble. The border, purpose of relieving women of'all

favorable The present for our season trees: ,has,in Rbckledge been rather money:Western. ,Rural. was hooked, with black, a 'half inch these ills and pains. Thousands<< of

; MMMary's l line which used all the black hose women testified that after
up have taking
the)summer has been dry' is
as
usually
: 'Rug. .
theground was filled in with the fawn treatment. from several physicians
;the:case, which promises fine
a qualityof For Our Rural Home(
without
.colored shawl. benefit, the Favorite Prescription'
; fruit;;, the healthy wood) has made Theiamily:; were having a rug fever,1 At the end of the week when the cured them.completely

a fide growth;.while. our nursery vstockis and one by one'the old had I
garments rug.was finished and clipped she called quickly. It has been used for over '
marvel of, health' and vigor.. 0course f .
: disappeared from the ganetuntilit i : -
in the family."That's thirty years and has an unbroken rec
the
> present crop of: fruit will now looked quite forlorn.
a beauty said her mother.. ord orsuccess.
not,be quite up" to our old 'standard There;was a door-rriat with a won.1: ,
its
Why, primrose, same as I used The woman who hesitates invited
but will'be
r it superior to last yearj'andif derful :and "Welcome" ,
dog i .
all : uponit to pick when a boy in old England," to send 21 one-cent stamps .to: .CWir
.goeiwell we confidently and'
expect a larger"mat-of navy blue grounde exclaimed Mr. Smithwhile: grandma, only, the cost of mailing adcopy-ol
!
.the.crop of iSpSrO/.ttibe: equal to th with a yellow and brown borderand
a
best beforehefieeze-that.is thinBCM ,. I dear old grandma, said nothing only Doctor Pierce'* Common S BeMed-,;
: jn wreath. of bright blue flowers -
; very
run her hands verthesmooth'surfaceand : ical /Adviser, which confe '
&
i pfewo
'......... trf:jiin-while.' in flavor, oar!pres- and.very, very green leaves, :all Wit4 wiped' mist from clear: information about ;.
: strange; her all :;o( tfeeer.
unit ,
crop ,will
y no, doubt; be,
,
: to
:: .equal. out shading; then there was a
the very eyes. Mary-put the rug.in grandma'sroom. the :human bodyat14.\ <....
bat.T9..1UBt; up;briefy,>the crap small one that.used lip the odds:and sfunctions.. .
'of-Rockkdge ..ffosen:in: December' '
uncle and which
toMary's: eye, re- .
MRS. .
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'amofintedtoaboutbOjOoo boxes, .
sembledch.ainlightning. .. .
We become
.which'shows amostgra'tifyingrecuper i ;: 'Grandma and_ :.mother Smithspreadthem ; tfuringislipperjr 'weather l lo : partners withthievesWhen ,
.1061.
ation in three -Advocate. pray 'we nake.itto irapo iblefof': ;
years. the floor
parlor and said
upon t and put more ashes:oh your sideWar earn.an, Honest living" <"7"CJ. < .

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--60UIE NW'Woman' 4EAT. Calamity "Howler:Answered. ..- ..s.ti,'/

4 ..Florida:contains. a calamity'howler of
}. ftir A? *, ,Strong: 'Constitution- i the, finest breed. Calamity howling is ,

." 'Wrecked: -Effect* of j .TreucheroojDl his/especial delight. He is editor,Harris ) Potashj. '. .
*e--A,. -- .Wonderful. -" .Cl'.e.. of'the. Ocala Banner and the ,editorial l .
,. 'From- the.Bulletin,,Monroe La. columns of:his .paper, each 'week bear
witness of' his belief that we are overshadowed
Mrs Stephen Robbins i ia'the wife of a by aU,the'ills, social and :.
,prominent i farmer:living on ;a large(and litical and financial that-man',is heir po to An absolute necessity for
t, well-kept: plantation' just,at.the edge of However.he; does riot come down'to .de:- every crop* ,, ,, ;'
Monroe 'La-: They have residfdjri -this ,
? 'suit \ \
j-glittering generalities
; hig'pui'- ,Illustrated book ;which tens what 'Potash Js how, .
com punltl'bl} twojears! ,having movedherepm,111inoia pose best ft.:* .,: '
The be? used,' and how much Potash a weU-balanced ".
change was made .
His latest ,effusion, is "Rags Trium. FrAn 1 ,should:contain, is sent free to all" ; '"' ;,
-forvthe-benefit of Mrs.; Bobbins' health pbant"'and he is called l down by commonsense : ., applicants. : "-
: .her physicians.having advised her: that.it "Canipbell,.Sr.,tt in the following ? % address. vt(8QUUN .\;!, "

'wan herlo the'onjy health.hope dfher- everregaining. communication.: ( KAU WORKS 03 Nemo St,New Yorbkeep ._ .

<
r ."Three yearn ago this last winter. saidMrs ARE RAGS TRIUMPHANT ?, -I'I i ': "
:Robbins;"I Was very'sick with that' Rags.are ever he st ndard of poverty a drug store. We can hear of it .going, to do it? .,
'me a treacherous disease,, the grippe 1. and are sadly triumphant in all 'landS. elsewhere, but when we come to look for If there, are any poverty struck: people
had'-a.very 'se9ere time with!it, but was With productive soils and labor-saving it among o ourselves is not "thar" or. within the limits of your circulation who .
? able'to get:out after being confined to,my inventions so perfect, why 'should the "tharabouts." want the Job.they can have it '<
;:. home several Weeks I'think"I went out horrors of poverty everywhere prevail Now;frpnvmy standpoint, there is. nobody s.Now. how do jcu account for the.milkin .
,.- too'soon'/for'I immediately :contracted ,a and, daily grow more threatening? Is out of,work ,who wants to work i the, cocoanut f ,' ?
i r .cold'and had a,relapse,:which is a, coin not the existence of poverty an evidence arid that anybody who will work, even ,' CIIAS. W CAMPBELL SB. ; I
., mon'occunence with .th disease.. For a terrible illus ration and declaration at the low wages. prevailing,and' I have The Ruralist seldom takes up a matterof
:several,more weeks I was"confined to the that there are great wrongs in our politi known. :them much; .lower:..:can obtain this kind but there is so'much'of this,:-, -
1( howl j. and,after this!'did, not fully ref cal social, and economical systems ? Andis enough to both clothe and feed their fam-11 howling based on generalities that have .
Cover, : until 'rece. ntly I 'was'able to get it criminal to'advocate a correction ofthein. i ilies. And} fear not Jo say! that! my personal ?" little 9rri existence, through much of the
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but:'again, but I was quite a,different .-Ocala. Banner experience and observation isihatof ]local!press'and certain political journals
".,' woman. one'hundred. farmers'in'Marion'coun.' that it is time "to' 'rebuke}) itMarioncounty
f... ':My ;former'etrong:' constitution' :was To the Editor of the Banner. ty. I Florida, is .one'of the best agricultural '
-> wree'red'and I waa a dwindling mace of :Now, Mr. Editor, is that a.fair statement :When our 'orange groves were destroyed counties in the State and its people
;:\ skin and pones :'.My blood' "was thin and of the situation.? Doubtless, from.. it was like i having ,your home are in no such condition.as,would.be
: v .1)had'grown pale and '.eall wMy ;lungs. your standpoint. it is.. with your all in it Burned,,with no insurance inferred from reading the OcalaBanher.;
were BO'affected that I thought I was going' Let us get at the milk in the cocoanutof on. it. Like, many others, who The writer,has.read much of the deplora
': : into ''consumption. During my illness this thing and see where it comes from had invested largely in orange groves 'Idid ble condition.of.formers in Georgia and ,
t .I .'had lost thirty pounds in weight. and maybe we can account for .it being not have money to hire hancfo to cul other| Southern States. s .Seven weeks
7 .I tried regain'my strengtlfand former there., tivate'my lands. :I proposed through spent among: e 'Georgia farmers",this
>; ;:' good health by.tryiag'different, medicinesand Everywhere means' here as well as else article i in the Banner,and,copied into the summer: show'the.utter falsity of such
:" physicians, :but nothing' seemed where. Farmer and Fruit Grower,that I had statements., Good cows, ,horses 'mules,
;:: help me. My appetite was gone and Is anybody in our midst wearing rags plenty of good land plenty of teams vehicles farm implements ; 'plenty of fat
f:. when! ate.the'food it,would not stay on on account of poverty? Is any body in and all else necessary to cultivate.a largecrop hogs and poultry i;; good clothes on their
[,.'.- .my stomach... our midst being very much horrified! and that I wanted .two able-bodied bodies and tables'filled with substantial ..
i "The only thing my' physican! said. for about going to the poor House? I. am men-that I would furnish: .everything and. nourishing food:' and the .personal .
me'to do was to take change of climate, free to admit there is less money.in circulation and if they had::no, money to buy their: statement by:the farmers that they are
f. and 'on his advice came here. At firstI among us right here, and prob- provisions would "grub stake" them generally out.of debt gives the lie to this.
seemed benefitted, but to iny sorrow it ably in all Florida,than almost anywherein till they raised a.crop,and when the crop' class of calamity howling journals of
.. proved to be only, temporary,' and in a the United States and for that there is was raised we. would divide half and which the Banner Js such an able sped
: few;;'months I was in 'my former cpnditiori. a reason, viz : we are shipping. too.much halt I had letters, from almost-every men.: Rags ,are triumphant among.
.[ .. The color: had leftmy ;cheeks, I in and not enough out. State in the Union from people who Southern farmers. '
r. had no'energy, and life was a misery.' I :At the same time I am prepared to wanted to do everything in.the/world except Would it not be well for us all in the
.;' .had become a burden myself and fam say, and say it without the fear of successful that which I wanted them .to do, future when we read such f4atufl''in'our
f. ily.::'Finally. I" happened,..to .read in a ,contradiction that the farmersof viz:goo work .1lnderm1.dir.ectiou.. county'papers to stop 1 and ask ourselves, .
f'nmpaper"of how' Dr..'Willi is' Pink this community are Jess in debt than The: proposition is still.o cn. If you whether it is true or not. Will\\ the condition
I' Pills for Pale, People had affected a miraculous they ever were and are in better fix for know of any one or two 'w rthy'people of our section, hear. witness to the
fl-: cure with the same disease substantial living than ever before. If who have fears of being poverty-struck truth of such assertions or ia it;not a fact
t':. ,t. which, neighbor 'Q!mine' had in Illinois you don't believe this just propose-a' big and are able i and willing to work under that the "malaria is acro:ifthe creek" -
barbecue and basket dinner at Ocala. or 1 my directions send them ,to me, I, will where some otherfpjlow; hasto. keep !the
i', "On the'strength of this testimonial I some pleasant place in.the. country,*and riot only put them to. work.as stated, drug store instead. of beingn;! our ;'own
: decided ;at once; to-give the medicine a see-what wagon loads of substantial and above and, "grub-: stake1 .them; ; \ theyraise community -
E .trial.__ (accordingly sent for,a box of Dr.Williams' I goodies would come in and be piled on a'crop, 1 but> !will give them a'sack of Pin "a'calamity howler down to facts
Pink Pills for Pale People:'and the tables,till they would fairly groan- Citra ground corn meal besides.. and 'details and he is like a fish'out' of:<'

gaver4the pills' a thorough'trial.,. I did the multitudes that would. be fed and the Another., Last fall I had more plnd rand & ,water.-Southern Ruralist. ,
not notice any chage till 1 bad tried thesecond baskets full be taken up-who for ? Not sweet potatoes than thought with ., ..-,
t. box ', I was;discouraged',a .J.littlewith' for the poor,I surely, for we:; have .none other work, I could,;handle before frost:' The paying of small, debts as we 'can-' ,.
.the i'result.)of the_first box., but knowingithat : among us. I:proposed toa number. of"people whom ; Will help along that wave of prosperity.'
: l should not 'expect. a,sudden'x That is evident, because have no: thought: needed work and provisions, T..B.. Porney, in Practical Farmer, who;
cure 'of each a chronic case as' mine I occasion for charitable..societies; there that would give them one-third of the is an advocate of one eye potato planting
tried the second. box with the result that are no subscription papers being circulated crop if they would gather it.. There was this'year, divided each eye into six parta. '.
I immediately :began getting better. I ,'neither has there at anytime about $150 in the Job fQr any able-bodied arid got 74.good,.healthy; plant from one.
,- used five" boxes of these pills' arid was knowledge, ,been an .occasion: for a khan and,he could- have earned it"in,.two ,. potato. '.." -
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: completely cured,.as you see me' today, charity fair. ,If there were any poor' weeks. Could not find anybody needy I A fanner i is,always known*- ---
j weighing more th n.eyer.beroro." among_ us, they would be relieved,if enough'to take it After I had hired, some the good looks thrifty of his farm .
As evidence:\ of the truthfulness. of her there were any in rags they would be negroes for fifty cents a day (payable in by ? : .. '. > I-
\\1' storY;1 Mrs.Robbins Tplnnteered to,make clothed. sweet potatoes at, fifty cents per.bushel, ) How's This! .
: 'the,to ow statement: That,the people, of the town are well 1 one able-bodied man came over to me '
; ,"r nereby affirm that the above t .statoment heeled and have no fear of poverty can and said he believed be would talk to me \Ve 'offer One Hundred Dollars rep '

I\ x is every. word-exactand true." be readily'substantiated by preparing I about that job. .S-TEPHWSr than $10 with
"r RS. BDINS., dollar excursion'soniewhere. my own .
i "Monroe, ta.,March.2, 1897..n.' : la it not perplexing to account for nownimblethat Still another. have,been trjring.to I cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh

f' "Sul scribed arid sworn to before meIll' rusty dollar gets, and how give away 1,000 cords of.wood, situated Cure. i
a notary public in and for the .Parish oiWinri f many flows into that "soulless corpora;-1 from'one to one and one-half miles from F. ]. CHENEY & CO., ..
State of Louisiana,'this the.secondday tipn's" treasury" commonly called a railroad the city limits. There is fl.OQO olear Toledo io. ', <
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;pf March 1893. ? But is it not a great deal more so profit m the job.. For three.years I the undersigned have known. :
We ,
#rt, AMOS R.JESSUPS Notary Public. to account for these other dollars'whichgo have.steadily sought for some one need- ',
= Dr:,'Williams1 Pink Pills for Pale Peo-, for dinner and beer, cigars, etc., before \ ing work to move this'wood.tbatl might F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 pears;.
pie contain, in a condensed ,form, all t the the crowd gets back? put the }land in cultivation. and believe] him perfectly hon rablc-':

eloments necessary to give Haw life and, Don't bicycles cost,money? ,1s It not If you can find anybody either in jagsor in all business. transafctions.., and, IOUA-,of '
'richnesS'to-the blood'arid!:;restore shattered a rare thing to find a family thathas not> eiad'in purplewhowill take thlswood, dally able' to carry but, any obligations -1:
:nerves. They are also a spocificjortroubles I pne or,more l' There can be no objection I will cause you to be hauled enough.ofgood&bard ,: their firm. '
made by .
x peculiar to femaresBucHa3. Bupprenions >-:I to this,, for in both our social and econom- tough, hickory wood that
irregularities and all forms of> i ic systems they'have:a right to both own ought to be made into axe handles, to WEST &.TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists" ,
weakness. They p the blood and and ride them. \ kee p your betterhalf baking 'corn'pones Toledo, 0, ..

restore the glowof: heal a 'and But people who can-afford? too. on ex- and ground meaim winter. WAIDING, RINNAN &,b IA YIN, ..
Bellow cheers. In menthe 1 effect aaadr cursioris'and buy bicycles-and it seems. Now, what has our-'political, 'soda! or 0.
Wholesale DruggistsToledo t ",
ical cure in all cases arising from mental,1fojTy to be general-we' not apt to' be very economic I systems got to do:with people ;; .
over-work.:,Pink PiUs are soldin much'horror-struck about poverty going in rags if they: want,to| ;:Howcan Hall's Catarrh Cure js Jakenymternally -',: '

boxes (never in loose bulk) at 50,centsiklioaoraiibpxesfor : This thing about the "suffering poor1'I you make a man work if he don't want to? ,:acting! directly upon the.blood
island maybe l is a'"good deal -like the fellow:who ha; dmalaria( This, wood job .would put, ,13,000: in. and mucous surfaces of the system.
had b* all druggista, or' direct by mail: land to cell' Whei-asked about rirculattpn. If 'there ifl such independence1 l- Testimonials ,sent'free. Price ? 7Sc. .
b/tiadreesing>Dr.' 'Williama' "'MedicineCompany i ,he Mid :he never had any about him,'but : among our people that they don'ttO ttle. Soid'byalldruggttti: .'
k h the creek had want this money.CIrCUlated. how are you peb '
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:,u2'; i THE '1>FLORIDA FARMER AND :FRUIT-GROWER.. .OCTOBER 23.r .

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JFrHii- Grower with this valuable nut in our latitudeis solved bone. The bone meal or raw Southward: Ho

htiIi ef IB ; the ravages of the anguillula or root ground bone is richer in phosphoricacid Mr..N. F. Thompson, secretary of the

/A'Weekly Nepaper P!.tlit _M J 16'MtiaOT knot parasite,which destroys the roots i than the dissolved article, but the Johnstown Board of Trade, in a letter to

.Feet, I&... nule.. FIa.'Z .- and- kills the trees. i fat in it.renders it slow of decomposition the New York Herald, calls the attentionof
,In:South Florjda, so far as our in.formation and not so readily available as his section to two facts :
x' -., BUBgCBIPTION 1. That the South has fertile lands relatively -
Hs'O II I Yat ..................:''''''''''':t 100: extends, there are only two any fertilizer for strawberries shouldbe. cheaper and more productivethan
'1rGMr: ........!............... ..... IJIo recorded instances where the seedling Besides that, the fat about it at- other sections.
In'.. ___i Cwaitrkf ...................-...... 1M English walnut could be pronounceda tracts ants to a troublesome degree. 2. The greatest problem with which
apSabBoripttona in all cases cash mftdva&oe success. In Middle and West Florida 2. One ton to the 'acre applied the East has now to deal is the disposition ,
; No discount allowed on one's it has done somewhat better, as in! by some of the best growers,' but the to be made of its surplus labor and
butto population. Under the most favored
'-"WI1Rb crlptionesoepiiln liberal( casa commission: will that section,it appears to be less suSceptible most of them do not go above 1,200 conditions it is recognized that there is

""I!! all.--allowed on all subscriptions obtained to the attacks of the anguillula. ': to >1,500 ,pounds to the acre. not enough employment for all, but that
;r be by them. Write for terms. .Several experimenters:including Dr. I 3. lender conditions you men- many, if they remain here, must suffer

I i.' To every subscriber, new or old,remitting J. C Neal, A.. H. Norris and J. H. tion October 24th is not too early for want and privations untold from that
not then make this
cause. Why move
will send the one Girardeau have the English the 'first
UI $3.00, we paper grafted application. to the South one that will promise reliefto
year and a'copy of Kolfo' Vegetable Northern walnut on the black walnut, nativeto 4The "'acreage around Lawtey these? It can easily be done, and every -
Growing'' In the South For two for new sub- this State, and as this latter is will be somewhat less than last year.It impulse of humanity, patriotism and

:bribers Markets postpaid.at |2.00 each,.. we: will send, practically a, resistant .stock, the will be in fewer hands. There will statecraft demands that at least it be at

postpaitc a copy of' Moore8 "Orange trees escaped the anguillula and grew be more large plantings than before, tempted.In .
these two facts Florida has
0ali1re." _f finely. But the per centage that but some of the small growers will be cial interest, and also in the conclusion a spe-

s Bates of:advertising.application.Remittances "took" was small, probably less than dropped out, as it has been found by which Mr. Thompson draws : _
t should be made by check, twenty-five fjer: cent. as the black,walnut the merchants too risky to furnish "The fact is dawning upon the mindsof
,postal note. money order or registered is a refractory stock to bud or them fertilizer on credit. thousands through this section that
fetter to order of graft into. the West no longer offers attractions for
GBOWSB settlers and in view the from
fJLItlUSB'AXD FRUIT Bean Leaf of many
Co}. S. S. Harvey of Escambia Roller.
Jacksonville.. Fla. the West who are now seeking homes in
county, also reports that he experi-- Editor Farmer and Pratt Grower: the South, they are impressed with the

CONTENTS. enced some difficulty with the English I have just discovered in my bean belief that it would have been better for
walnut from the fact that the male and field a destructive voracious them from the outset to have gone directto '
Interesting Notes on Peach Culture; An I female blossoms do not develop sim- enemy the South. Be that as it may,the tide
Active Interest...........................674Oaov in this climate and this a,worm unknown to me. Unless vigorous is now unquestionably to the South, and =
.' ultaneously measures are promptly taken, will materialize for that section just in
Ir> OKCHIXD-Inferiority of Wiring Or- doubles or prolongs the chances of injury the beans will be speedily ruined. I proportion as it will be properly received
t ,.sago Tre Worked on Lemon; from frost. there."

t ,Banking Up Orange Orange Sprouts Trees:;.Another." i'".....Plan.....; 675 There may be a future for the Eng shall you be will under tell great me obligations the readiest and youif To the above the Florida Citizen,which
by the is one of the broadest minded -
way
lish walnut' worked native
the
The Mexican 'Orange Worm; Bitter Pecans on surest way to eradicate the pest froma and most ably edited papers in the

; Still In the Orange Crop Belt..;..Esti-..... 'MpAiura black walnut; let us hope so. Mr. field of two acres,, which, but for South, and doing a noble work for the
mate of the Orange m. Girardeau has that in the
; promised the presence of the pest in.great num- State in which it is published,remarks:
jam 'ht7C ttertWzers-The' fulness of time, he will report on his bers, would look promising. If "Florida is in entire harmony with Mr.Thompson's .
Deal Gain In Home Mixing; Alfalfa In experiment in this direction. Growers very argument and conclusion,
Paris other shouldbe
,, the South; Peculiar Chinese Fertilizer 6TiAFIAIY who wish nut-culture in green or any poison but what does he want us to do by way
to develop
i -How Far do Bees Travel for used, please state character and pro- of justification of the phrase "pro1>t'll.1'
Honey?...... .. .:..;.. ............. "678 Florida should plant the pecan, the portions of the mixture and manner received there 1" We have room for hie
t PotJiTrr-Bome Poultry Hints; Moulting; chinquapin and possibly, also, some 6f application, and you will greatly "surplus of labor and population" and

Poultry Notes;.......................". C79Oua varieties of the chestnut oblige a subscriber. I send you a will exchange that vacancy on-fair terms
.. for his superfluity ; "a fair exchange is
"RURAL HOMB-Small economies;; Strawberry- Questions.Editor sample of infested leaves by today's no robbery," and all should be satisfied.
Mary's Rug; Economy In Dress....... 680) mail. A. Z. ARMOUR. We want the growth and the wealth that
Farmer and Fruit Grower.
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l1a.1mtt1Uow19r .Answered 681EDXTOBilirEngUsh 'I to fertilizer, mate- Panasoflkee, Fla. exchange bring us, and no bad con- .
I. expect buy
Walnuts In Florida; sequence will follow to either party. Nobody -
,Strawberry Questions;Bean Leaf Boil rial and ,mix my fertilizer at home. here, all loudly declare, wants to do
er; SouthwardHoL..................... 688 Would you advise the use of acid The insects had all escaped from injustice to capital, nobody wants to inflict
Markets; Money for the South; Oranges...683 phosphate at Six, or dissolved boneblack the package by the time it reached us, upon it nnfair terms, rob it of just
Protecting Orange Trees; Hasty Eating; at $24 per ton, or would you but from the appearance presented by returns; or endanger coercive its safety restrictive.Is by legislation .
Swine; Getting Rid of Stumps; Factscask bone for berries? that injurious, or
prefer at $23 the leaves we judge they were there in all the State that
About the Toad..."......................',684 2. How much fertilizer per acre do the bean leaf roller (Eudamus pro- would drive anybody away capital that now naturally

ot"a Railway.....!..........._......656Items. the best growers use in Lawtey on ber- teus). This insect .is a native of the seeks investment here? Not one.

......... .................................688 ries? 1 have a large crop this season State, but seems to have acquired a So far as the "late unpleasantness" is
and do not wish to make any mistakesif taste for beans., It folds the leaf over concerned there is little question of the

Weather: Jaoks9nvUle., possible. I wrote to Lake City for and then hides in the fold, feeding on proper crowded people reception of the for North the, and over the

3 Week Ending October 191.1897 Bulletin No. 39 on Strawberry Culture, the leaf from the,inside. This larvais Southern Ruralist heartily endorses the

It. It R U.., written by you, but have failed to receive an odd-looking creature. It has a words of the Citizen in part, but obstacles
R aJ III .ad head and slender neck characteristic remain which could be easily removed
airs. S = a copy. large a -
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;II :It will make first. ,and which must be removed before
aod. IIC 3. When you your of the larvae belonging to this
- there will be a general settlement and oc
13'...... 76 11 85 73 12 79 T application of fertilizers to your her family of butterflies' (Hesperidae). cupancy of,the many broad acres of this
.... I 14............... 75 75 n 73 81 8J 6g 13 14 8 16 .01.75 nes? Will October 24th be'too early i The habits of this insect do not require southern peninsula by a frugal, economic
.. 16........ n 16 80 72 '8 76 30 where plants are in good soil and set, description here. When tHey intelligent population. '"
17........ 73 74 79 72 7 76 .g6 in and to ? not will First, The statute making valid any
.. I.......... 72 ,74 70 7 74 2.14 August up September 7th are numerous; hand-picking
.. ...... 7I 68 deed issued in another, and valid in the
19. 73 74 10 73 .65II. 4. What is the acreage around be found the most practical. When
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State where executed should be
............ U ;S 10 ;- -; 76 '7i6 Lawtev compared to last season? I they occur in numbers the arsenites There is such a statute, in the perfected. laws

-Total nb1r&US036IDdJ.ea. think it has dropped off 10 or 15 percent (Paris green and London purple) may of Florida, but declared unconstitution-
T-Traee. here. Please answer the above be used with good effect. Get a Leggett al because the subject does not appear in
A. J. Krr
as I wish to purchase my fertilizer as directed in these columns repeatedly titles to property.
Second, The Immigrants desired are
Baggy Walauta ia Florida. early'as possible,. and oblige.J. for tobacco. Use the Paris green unmixed living,where their property rights are're-
Press dispatches 'state that Secretary :L. ,BROWNLEB. but let it go on in a dust so spected. Where the laws do not make
Wilson of Department! ofAgriculture Swke.FIa. light as to be barely visible. them criminals, to be punished by fine

has expressed_an opinionthat i. South Carolina acid phosphate .. and property imprisonment from the ,depredations for protecting of their half-

the English! walnut would be very' contains phosphoric acid, total, 15.20 Just listen now and hear our old starved hogs and cattle by impounding
profitable in. Florida. If correctly reported per cent; dissolved boneblack, 17.00; barnyard rooster crow. He has Just them and making their owners responsi
the Secretary has- evidently bone meal, 23.25; bone meal 4ree I downed, King Cotton on King Cot ble for their damages, They wish to live
committed; : error m venturing into from'fat=20.10; bone meal from"the ton's own dung hill. The United where a man has more rights than a hog.
h t field where he ,ii l lacking in infor. glue factory If statistics. In the third place there should be such
} 29.90. you ,can .get States ,show the value of- changes in registration and election laws
mation. The English walnut, or more bone'meal with a guarantee that it is Poultry and egg crop. $290,100,000, as to make no more restrictions in casting
: ,properly, the Persian walnut or Man the refuse from the glue factry, that Cotton crop ... '! 259,164,640 a ballot"and the assurance of having
.deka t.,has been repeatedly tested would be preferable to any other form Wheat crop . 237,938,998 it counted than in Ohio or New Eng-
k Florida and with few but not be able to get such aguarantee .Oat crop . T. .. 163,655,098: land.
very exception you may
swine. . ... 186,629,745 Fourth. To encourage the investment
the results have been unfavora that you
f.,_ can depend upon. Gold, silver and iron mined: 228,168,788 of capital and the loaning of money, and
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... ble. The .Ire obttade, to success Otherwise 'we should advise ;the dis- Value of cattle. .. ;. 263,955,945 loeringthe rate .of interest,'some diffli' -

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.. bt removed : the' colleo- hON: EY ORUTHE SOUTH. '
;v ttoe of:debts.:; "When:;ilowaiare' aa:saf eaad -, : :;1874. 4. .
=:: a*sure)oT) :being i :collected,. and interest Investments, la New Enterprises > 1

- : is M promptly' paid :ae in' New York ; May be Bs Osiraged. Conducting: 'a legitimate banking business '=? i;, ', ..__ _
z :or Hew jKoglAnd. mosey, will be abun <
''dant in tesoutk as in the former as places: in a letter to the Manuf, cturer's Record, upon strictly commercial lines. T t ,.
a leading financier, 'who has been instru.mental
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: ;ida _for *with ". invest- in bringing about very "large' in <
many years large! :
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,meats there but never: has ,had" a. vote dustri&i"' development says'The : THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF' FLORID4WJA -
y. :be I MIle the registration laws,unlike those ,Southioday is paying eight percent ; .

',in any northern ;V8tate; require UniverSalJelidon' for: money and when they comp ,
: find
several weeks,before a East to'get it, it hard to get it' even -
,eral ;election;:which;occurs 'once in gen two at this. rate; '"whereas, some parties are '''':

.y earn:. If 'he happens;to be away from very:glad to loan! in other ,States, where .JAOKSONVIiIB: ,. IrLA., "., <,', v'-
Ida deoce:at the laws are more perfect, at four"per -
ra the time
'registration- cent. The South has mineral land Solicits the business; merchants planters.and fruit \ :A
he ki disfranchised for<< ,two years, and Has today growers ;;:
:no .voice'' in.;the cororati-.n where his selling at $5 to_$50 per acre, which if I in All accounts have personal attention. Drafts on England ." '

y. 'capital<;M i vested''while the most"worth3 Pennsylvania, would be worth $500 to and the continent-. ,
,: lew negro I in the"'vicinity'can, dictate by $1,000 per acre. The only difference between bought and ,sold'on favorableterms. _'

.'hia vote,the the two sections is the more dense .. "
' policy involving his capital R. C. COOLEY, Cashter. : -
*andint.reats.'i'Finally population in Pennsylvania and the JAHES
M. SCHUHACHER ,;
President. N
,.-.; ;to Induce the I investment. of\ more perfect laws for security of capital. ,

capital;and' settlement on 'the lands of The-South could get money here at four

'Florida, ''
,that-he can get his products' .to ,market they simply revised their laws so that C.C.RobertsonReaIEstate;

:rt ',will justify him_ ;in 1prod o- capital would not only be safe ,when invested >.:
: there; but would be easy to get ,' : i
: The Southern Ruralist has been back if loans were not met.ai maturIty.i -
; charged FIRE ,
INSURANCE t
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:with: discouraging immigration to the As it is yon can got hold of collateral AND .:
South that you loan on- ,within three days in HOUSE .
by arties and without RENTING
newspapers : AGENCY.. 'r :
this
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., 'ane.hthe interests at stake,or to whom section if debts are not whereas' :
:a/great and general in the South you are generally kept out '} .
immigration>would of it for two three Hogan and Adams Street, jacksonyille-Fla.; '. '
be or years.Yanufact.urers' :
of ;
-,M much. benefit It is far more iinro ,, .
:. to make permanent settlers than -Record. Do a general Real ,Estate Business., Special Attention $. ,
We devote considerable
this
A- induce space .
come
immigrants to and
make
",'investments and when their -eyes are month to encouragement of immigrationand given to exchanging property. Very large e- t '

opened*, get up and leave aa thousands the investment: of capital in the and some good speculations can be had now. ', "i.
South. The present time'is the South'soppjrtunitf. .s
-hiva done:; .The South a goodly land. ; .
;It is the object of the,editors of the South- Driven equal advantages in
:, ;era Baralist in their efforts to awaken. a the protection of his property, the seouri- .

: R ,jmblio sentiment for, ,the removal of the ty.of invested capital,"'and,titles to prop- Ouancje Gfroy es, Titnbetf 'Tracts' :n d t '
burdens that are''so destructive to,the erty;and unquestioned registration and ,
interests of valuable settlers election laws and the immigrant with his
c to
lay broad Phosphate
Properties.8ITUBTIOH8
:- foundations for the permanent settlement capital will come among us to stay, and .::f '

,of? the South,;and they can ,afford to be the resources of the South will be developed. ] r ARMS. ,"4. '
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It rests our 'TELEPHONE 184
endg.edandemporarily disadvan with State legislature : _
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staged: if they can accomplish their object. whether a great advantage shall be taken
It is better 'to,lay foundations the of the'Prese t' tide of prosperity.
; on .' ,
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rock It is,"terto'that the superstructure forego'temporary may interests be safe: Orange" SEGIMD FOR STUDEN1 Zr:

Sgobel and Day write to the New York
lor permanent good.-Southern Rural'isC
.. Fruit Trade Journal MASSEY'S j .
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'
x A few Jamaicas sold Thursday at$6.50
> ; per barrel,handsome but very high colored

flarkets.JACKSONVILLE .- for early in the season as they are i .;

generally dead, green. ,A few Florid ..'/
FLA.'Pot" 22, 1887.- here'sold at$5 per box. The crop:in that

,i:. I State will not exceed 250,000 boxes and
FRUITSANDPEODUCL we speak on the authority of the Florid

: Corrected by Mane:Bro*. Fruit Exchange, who have better means

TMee ire'average'quotations.. /Krtra choke of information as to the probable yield Jacksonville, Fla., :j. '. '
y' tots 1 fetch price above top quotations, ..I while poor than any one else.: ,The ,fruit is 1 being> ,

e t Gua telllower.r,.......;............................7S_ 'to 1.00 bought now- at $2, to 235 and 2.50 per Columbus, Ga.,.
,Peart,Le Conte.. ...:....:.." .i..t.. .. = box, and the small crop will be scatteredall ..
Petrs,:JtIe 'er......... .......!................1.35 S over the United States. The in Birmingham, Ala, '"" ,'
A'DDIeIiper'barrel//1'/.1.".... -...." crop ... ;; 4., .
.......:.........i... r._....u_..!... ...,1.50103.25.IR..1.300r. California is'estimated all the way, from AlfiuTHE '
,. Lemon11 lIeII &,................box...!!.., 3.y, 8,500,000.. to 4,500,000 boxes and, five Montgomery, :z 4. .
dish Peat-dried........./.....biu. of.it '
.II.I. S eighths are Washington navela. The GREAT :- ,
beat brand...... :. to SCHOOLS OF THE BOUTH. ':: .
Peayrta. r .
iCabbie. N ,Y......-.......,.."...._ ,.'. ':.07 04 to .08.05 fruit will be finer than it, ever baa been ,
Pota toesU/. ..UH.,...::... .-bbl.,...;...-,.3.75 and the sizes most desirable. It will CHEAPEST AND' 'BEST., _. '4,:
:
;-..- QaIoaa,. .!.. ..!.......-.... .......bbl.... !..,....2.SO commence to move from there about the '_
,n { 1IIIfI....-...1."4---j....-............. ... .......19 middle of November, and daily auction Send for Catalogue, Address Nearest School( : ji'; i;:,

-=' VBeBTABLB8.uro POULTRY. I sales on.the-Erie wharf,may be expected. .

Corrected by Davis&Robinson, i It is not probable' .that many alenoranges a '' ? -

'Yellow'Yaml. .,........_.....bash ,will be seen'here this winter it ESTABLISHED, 1875.. \ ,' 'L"" ;
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BweetPotatoca.:...... . ,B-r4tq1l&Jl1# .......!.......bbl i.so and live. As to the fruit from the Mediterranean WILLIAM A. BOURS .
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Lettuce: ,: I.; .. .,... ..* do, 30 J
,Celery, '1orlda......... ...... we do not believe over one -'
_& b..1........:...!....-.bbl.. 'none 3.00 quarter of what came in the past will be
'ToeMtoei, '. ....-. ......crate.-., .soto. 1.0o forwarded. here. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
Sweet PeppeTj.:. .............___.DU .I. t+ '*VtX00 I
......... ,
Green Beans, V..i crate.Pumpkins. .1.09 to
.,..........*............eachKenhawa .to i.10 IS[ Free delivery of,man in the rural districts ,
,- ...."..... .s........each .3 to ,.1 tojo is in sight The !inspectors who ae'wE8'r.HA3' 8T., 7ACSaONVX LB, PXtA.
.. "- Parsley..per.bunchea were sent out to.watcb the workings of .,
Greta oiewi.i.4: T dos.boachea .>S the : -
experimental trials made under lastwinters ,
......bushel We Handle the t&nd7tto Reliable '-'
; Yippee/bot/r.-.w.M. .SO to i.90 Only Seeds.. A Oompla 0eek of .
eye well cored,...... ....... Jb appropriation for the 'purpose,,
.25
....... _._....;.....;...-. 025 to SOJO have made their report to the postoffice, ,
'. ".aoollerl._.......,..__..;...-..., .so to.25 department, and though the full Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat t GresMeal -
report :
Htlf-grown.?._..: .::.,..... ,.15 to .25 .
'Turkey, .....:-...per c1ITOII. ,has not been made public, it is said to be> '
:1010.12
: 'D a.c ha.-_......_......: .as to 'most favorable to'the 'plan. The most Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark. '
'...... ._. .. .;'.:. ..;;.. .. ... '.40 encouraging feature of the report is the :
-.Leeks .:..........perdos buebel. .aoto.25IS
"' .LNa .!!. .. ...;. .. ,...perdos '. satisfaction noted among farmers withthe arum AGBOT8 FOR ::
,.............!........crate I.IS to i.I .'50 ,experiment and their increased useof PURE GROUND, BONE. ; '
f
'8f."dI;. ;.............per buifeel DoneBiWfy the mail service., The estimated costof srl Illei PerUHwr :.
Go.
Tg '
,..:.......perdosen buebea none -
NIJRATE
.. .._ .-.... tfbb1 00 extension of the service the entire SODA :
.i. ......................bud, v S-.03 country is $60,000,000. "
......JIoaeJ-:..! uo pound section: :.10 ;- Stir brad Fertilizers, MURIATE OF POTASHSULPHATE.PQTASHj :
NelFoiatoes..1.i..11.ba1'3Ato4. One of: the hardest, things in the .
00
(-C .;- ......-............cnte OtJAJ .NTlUa'ANAt Yors. sOruga
.I be a*...,....".....).-.,....."...qt ".sioto' f.oo,.15 world is for. a man. who.is stuck up to .. : ', ,,-',,,.- ."
.x get'down. Tree and '
llBfetabIB IAINIT EW1 10 '
'Th re ire long speeches that area p- .Negligence is the.rust! of the soul, F1ETILISEB. ., ',' .

udad>that.do.!lot' ,contain. five: 'vital that corrodes. through all' her bestoludoca res !' 'These Kertflfawi. fcmao npote" ta-ilk!maul,,ta&. t".tidal. vBtomvfMfc> : '' ":' "..J', .. ,":

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.::3 : Apply tor Ut'- iBeorporation/anl they did so for the,purpose It_ takes food by means of its tongue -
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set forth,therein ,
this so-rapidly.
? r v. fc alone and ,
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.. .. ;8.'IIAMMATT.
.....- "" "- .. that aeyecannooowa' ; its( motions.
$ '<-{;:, .. -* "" -, ._ A.Y."LENNIG-: "
.... ie hereby given of the ia&ffltjon of i- 'h" -T.G, HUTCHINSON.u_ captures and'- ie \ +bees'waP8, tel '
0.---: JLi 1 tbeBn4eregnedto apply:to'Hi*'IO&l- *Sworn to and subscribed before me 14th lowiacketBj'antgJbeetiee,wonns-Bpiders,' ".,< '
'lee rW. D. Btoxbun, Governor of die Btate day of October. A. D-1897 at Jacksonville
a': ='of Flee. for Letten Patent on.the follow- Florida ," ARTHUR F. PERRY snails;ijbugscgrafishoppers; ; crickets, wee .':.." ;, 1
. ". AriWtI!;Incorporation:for Seal. Notary Public. caterpillars! moths, etc. 'The stern
,
{. \ tCesptUl, ,"Jacksonville ". al that doesn't flinch at yeUowjackets ,
woe of SectionS25-of.the '
; .of Florida and amendments SwIAeZ: wasps,'blister beetles and cliff (beetles or

- 'thereto:_ ':c. O. AlAJ&iM.ft Vf A VXA T TI*.,"-' For nearly'a score of years past,! have pinCh, bugs would:seem to be preparedfor
:. A. X.t( LENNIG it
a T. G. HUTCHDfSONi. :.._- fattened and marketed all my pigs at anything' In the insect, line,., and ....

. ;.t 1 All of Jacksonville.,."Florida.Jftcksoflvlllo ... ; y from sir to eight m ths"old, and I think doubtless ig.Protecting;; '

.. 'Ii..t.Fla..,_October) :14,1RR." that we get.not only better,: but much las Orange::Trees.. '. >

t ,LRl4Li. 'b:;mao &Pou'r "o ':"im1.ves-: cheaper,'meat than under the old plan of In one ol, the back numbers ,of the c
Attractive
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Shortest t
;i;.,. 11(10.. w. PAINTQOYPLNT.. keeping' hogs'year. ,or,more,-eayr, \Valdo Ruralist some one asked, the best way,to Quickest, Most

We;the ;aadenlgned. a ti 1g'under and 6j F. Brown. cover: orange trees. to ;keep them from:

... virtue precscrtbedfuB4er of, tee laws Section of*the--State JB13J of of the Flortd Revised,'w The Alabama Experiment Station has freezing. .As no one seems to .have. answered :ROU-TE>:

BtAfeiUji;:* *eey associate ourselves together been testing the value of stock peas as a will try.and do so. ,BETWEEN '

M aaa'body politic and corporate;for the purposes food for fattening hogs. The results ,are 'Trees covered ,with oak. brush, broom FLORIDA POINTTAnND THENORTHFlorida "
} and under'the:conditions hereinafter surprising to all coin men. Corn alone of that kind will M
: straw or anything ,
specified that is to
:, .say:
;; corn and peas in numerous combinations, freeze.worse than if.exposed: to the 'air.: Central and Posh afar

tRTIOLE I:; and peas alone'were carefully' testa and The cause'of this is that the brush or {

cA(14ND Pros* "BtJ. iri"_ e., the results.published.. The result; conclusively straw does not let the moisture that rises NEW THROUGH 'ROUTER.New .
Tt J > V vv'810. : ? ,
.l.".The name of 'the Company. sf aU1be: [ shows that peas are a better from the: ground, escape; therefore York to Jacksonville by
"TbeLennls Paint Company. food than corn, and every .addition of collects on the treeand freezes, whereas, New Florida Pennsylvania K. R. to Wash- ,

S.o.l.' The place of business shall be in""the.". corn;reduced the' value of the ration. exposed to the air the moisture passesoff and 1 n Southern Hallway to.
City of Jacksonville,DuvaL County, Via Columbia
.
Northern
Florldi.Oentr &
-" a ', Cowpe 8 alone produced gain at a cost and.if there Is not much of any dew Air Line. Peninsular to'all principal

.ABTICLBII. of:only 1.8 cents per pounds .This estimate the tree is not injured.tThe.beetway .' points In Florida. '

.''HATUBB. '',OF. 'TUB' BU8ITI1S8 ;TO"-na,""- TxiNe-, "isv based :on the following'facts : ( ? to ,cover is with earth Cincinnati to Harriman Juno-

,.tar.- .: ... Cow.peas were worth fifty cents per bushel. -, If you wish :the tree, to be covered all Clnclnnatl, tlon by .Queen & Crescent'
x,' .810.1: The general'nature- -' of"the business The'price for.'gatheni g the peas was winter it should be done before there has Harriman to Ashe-
Asheville & vllle and Columbia Southern
,to be transacted by said company.shall be to twenty flue eentsperbushel. or one-half been least of frost and where by -
buy sell,,exchange and trade,m paints oils PIe bit ,youcover'up Railway, and Florida'
rarnish glass and other supplies and contract the peas thefed.. Therefore whenpeasare small trees entirely they.should< JaoluonvtiId. Central&Pensnsular' -Columbiato -

: and do painting;glazing;paper-ha tp g;and .worth fifty cents a bushel in the market have at least four,or five inches of ,earth Jacksonville.

to do merchandise any and all businees,1 things pertaining. to a general ,-,\they,I are only :worth twenty-five over,them, so that they will not feel the Cincinnati Cincinnati Queen & Crescent Jacksonville to Chattanooga by

,'. cents lathe'' field.. The pigs gather the change in the weather; if this is not and Southern By to Ever-
, ARTICLE III: peas free of charge_:land the exercise; is done the bark will slip. :Florida}ette,Florida Central & Peninsular -

) llPTtiL STOCK AND $Too ,noLD.R8.,. good for them. Therefore when'the pigs ';If the tree has not been covered until Limited.Kaneag to all Important Florida.

I 18ifl.il.'The capitalBtockiof\ ; said company I gather the peas:thew should .be charged. after a frost, and then there should.come points.Kansas, City. Fort Scott &
shall be ((13(00) Three Thousand Dollars, dIvided up to them at twenty-five cents per bush- a;hard frost the dirt should be removed City Memphis R...to Kansas

- into thirty sharea of $100.00. -- feL ,When it is.:considered that the peas iri the next;day.or two, or, the bark will Jaokso vine 1 to Birmingham 80uUlepl Citi
SJQ.'J.: Stock to the autauntof,161,080'ahaf:
'be Issued upon the organization of this come are gro-ri' 'chfeft forthe value of the slip.. ,If the trees have: not been entirely Thro Line to Peninsular Everette to; Fla.all Fla. points...

pany which shall be..paid'/for in full in.cash vines as a fertilizer, it is plain that the ly covered, low rthe''eartb from the.trees St. Louis to Jacksonville'
by
;. when subscribed. actual cost of.the pork is very .near the about four,or, five inches from where it Cairo Short Line to Du Quoin,
'- S>4o. 3.'Stock' to the amount'of .OOOif; ,to zero mark inthe:: Atlantic coast States was at the time of the frost,this will pre- Holly :Sp'gs Illinois Central to HOllT P'BI.
j bo placed to-the treasury of the>company, to farmers':learning. the value of peas vent the bark from slipping; This may Itoute.Holly }Kansas City Memphis & Birmingham -
:
be kiown stock and to be: .issued to Birmingham,Sou.
n as waybe determine upon by the Board of Wehad> better be imbibing the. same stem like a good.ideal *of work but the K'y to Everette e.ncfJr. 0.&P.

Directors and when issued' shall be',paid for lesson. Working the ground gets will pay for all 'Sioux City-des Chicago to Jacksonville '
1 in full in cash.. f -
,
the, trouble. SP'CI Ill. Cent. to 'Holly
ARm LB IV. Getting Rid of Stumps. .1 have some Satsuma, trees that were Route Sp'gs K., 0.Son M.,By& D.to to Ever-Blrmingnam

ST. ANDREWS BAY, Fla.EDrmn.My set out three years ago fast April which ette and the F. 0. & P.

'COXU50J1Un': ArpLTT3RXWIrrox! ; way Of> getting rid of nbw have half a box of oranges apiece on LouisMlle & NashHlle to Rive

,SBOTICW'- :-1'. The- corporateeslatence'ofthe:: : stumps and trees, dry and green as well, them. If I had not worked them;as described New Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. only
.. To }route with through 8leepersJaek.o'YllIe
compan' allcomneneo :.onthe"date oftho above they would all have been
is toNdig .down.\iridef the brace ,
thole between New Orleans .and
,. filing on 'Afil Jnoopporatlon with
killed at the time of the hard freeze.-So. ,
Jacksonville.
ti; the 8Goret4poY t&teaM ihe;Clel'k bf the ro tstaHbe Man root about i
p CtrcuitOouctfnDuvntp... lorldargnd inches deep 'Dig'ao as to j give mlatho1ethrough'under.one Ruralist. ___. ._ ___ -The F. 0. & P. has 700 miles of,track In '

terminate. ninety-nine yrs. ........thereafter.ABTICLBV.. or more brace' roots; Florida running through the .
Hasty Eating. Tobacco. Regions,
* .,, and put in a' fire with a little light-wood, Stock Farming and Dairy ,
O 'f and a very little light-wood put-. in as : In America we find a tendency hurry Peach and Strawberry Lands, .

DlBBOTOBS AND OtnOXBS. needed, will burn out the biggest stump, i in :doing .everything. Competition and Orange, Banana Belt.and Pineapple fownfry*
rush characterize city life especially Phosphate.
our
BzcTION:1. The business of the company or Ki'eenoot.tree, and burn them below Has.th* Silver Spring and
.., Hall be conducted by va Board-Directors ,the plow line where they'will not be and accustomed "to such ways of'. doing Other Tine Scenery.
'coaa t1Dg of.three mmnbers'to';: 'be elected in the. Put business, we are equally hasty in eating. The Great Hunting
eachyearat: the regular ,annual'meeting of way. your light-wood in Too rapid bring ''Reaches the'Noted FtI'AtI Ground. '
us
the WocttoWers,"provided,however, that the short then it .will burn just where you eating may upon Has the best lands for 'tillage, greatest variety
serious conditions. Our food is the
following incorporaton,to wit: 0. 8, unless have very
deal
want
Ito, you a great of of soils In the State,and above all
; HammiA;A.\\ h Leonlogand T."G.: Hutchtnt source of strenth mental,and physical,
wocii-ybuswant rid of.. If1
gets
son eIMIIl constitute the Board of Directorsuniii you and it not the health: Runs over the Central Ridgeland
the first regular annual meeting. of the. have any,green.wooa you want to get rid properly,digested, Where It Is High'and Healthy.
:... Stockholders. / of, two or three green sticks, four to and activity.of.every partsuffers..Uastyeattn 'Proipeioui towns fill IU route and It offers
ftw. 2..The Gfflcers of the company shall be, eight inches .through 'more or less andfive'or prevents thorough mastication,the the beat freight facilities for,any produce to
:a Pros1Aqntatg; ctetary. and,>off Directors( six food 13 not.well mixed with ,the saliva the Northern markets. '
f--- suefc other officers as the.. feet long, after yonhavea206d; ;8end also for the best map of Florida (sentfree
.mar determfne"upon. and all such officers bed of coals: put in end-wise down Which digests cooked starch, as.,a: result .) and note the towns on Its route.A.O.HACDONBLL.G.P.A.,
a' ,st hatl be elected by the Board of Directors la against the root will fire the food is not properly] digested:or overworks -
tap
.accordance with the By-Laws.. ;; keep your Jacksoavllle Pie..
other organs. The food ,not being ,
from out and all need is ; ; -
-: 80.8. The Board of Directors shall makesuch going you to go -
rules and By-Laws as they! may deem advisable around occasionally and push your green pulverized, fails also to mix.well with t
s o to regulate the business of the company stick'down, and break off the coal on the the other digestive fluids.. The Fla. Cent & PeninsNIar R. R.;
and shall appoint ill necessary sub-. ,, All food .after'paeing through. the
oStoen and agent. : end and rub them.off the tap root as it Offers to Shippers .
'
mouth contains which cause the
germs
i coals,. over.Ocourse; your.stump or .
y qICLYi.LIiIIT ; .
f X t !' *.. _jfc, I I tree Will burn; feterif:'you dig and :put food to spoil, unless'they: of thestomach.The are killed by The, "ShortNt aDd Meet I Io
the hydrochloric-iwid1 .
lor IHDBBTBDNKS., in fires on two or three sides.
.._ formerc. anse! bloating :and belching, i BETWIENPLORIDAAIIDALL '
... taro with
;8.TiOM LVTte! WgfceBt! iaount of" indebted much-pleased your: paper; i .
and the la.tteris absorbed causing fever
it is the track and should be : i
Bess:.or liability to whioh Ibe company stall on right } POINTS W*
ft* any! time sub ject'it self shall not exceed. ... read by,every) man :woman and child in nausea, drowsiness, and;if continued- ;
4 'b .(WW) Two Thoueaad Dolters.ARTICLE the State. 'Push the no fence law and suits In constipation;and in some :cases, I THE EAST ,AND WIST
Bright's'disease and other mala'd'ies.Great With Improved Yentilated Cut tfcta eoa-
yit, the transportafon.queetion as'well,"as all I pany is better equipped than,ever ever to
care 'should be token 'to eat
f :.O alKIZAT10S'6f r m..coJ the othe'r good >fe t1 res'you'ably handier handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops, asd'
.. .' t1K1'.' slowly, ''and'ifve do this the ,danger>ofeaUngr I Insure close connections t de&MeJi
( ) ". c8 %. ; but the first two are the most jmporI.t Varke
.CTiOHl.- 'As- -eel'after for:what if too much Is greatly lessened. to all Eastern and Western .'
soon M ct the profiteth us. : : we grow '
ki execution of these Articles Of Incorporation,, !"two spears/ 'of) grass where one grew be More people are Injured from eating too I' Through,oars to destination without t
tile:incoreprators named herein.' 'or. aJIlt- much, than from >'tarvation.-Westem change or delay. ..
:ieIMY.of Qwm,shall meet M.a Board of,DI.ieal I foreu-f 'tho'razor--back. scrub cow and f :Perishable freight l Md coaplete the o=Uon:ot the teanfDortation eat it all. There is no Rural. shippers advised time parsing various juaetlon -'
by the adoption. 1f8111d, the _b# sour State is of It !? a startling proposition that morepeople points and arrival at deeenfiUon. .
el a8eera:; "-; ,_'..a ,. and-millbna .14faousands ire" sick:and die,from,over-eating .: All claims for overefeftrgea and loss promt
our> ADc1 this oro -
;;; e eeaLi. 1W1 dq of adjusted. -
Oetober,,A..D.1M. ,Pia iiidlgiareaoo_to.these questions, and injudicious eating than?from the
;. '. > 0)8. ADATT.SeaC .. drink habit Bnt'most' phygickns: are See that,.your goo4s;are MarW'
.
A K. L1"N1G Seal., -" via F. C..Et I.For .
i ( i' aware oftle'fact It results in the principal -
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T.G.Jll1lOBiif
tIirIeIIS Facts.About
':1' N e :t. ._ the Toad.
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: 'AUYf "; ,nortM.' .3' demand. for the physician. With infonaatioa'eall on or addreeee UBdertkrnod -..
;o' t'j ; '.. toad lirea ten to forty.years, does proper hygiene 'one:half of therd ctors : Hoar'
; o. B. TrftT. \ t.Oeak,
; t 'E l' J'LOBlDAI: :; :.J'+ 't.. .., -ot.begin to) prodece young ''until the could be dispensed with., We ask readers -, W. B.TA'Gen.A'c-'t,ori.s a,r
"'" ry FaWlc.for the ta.te"of .urtti yeaVj but thenlaysTover 1 000 eggs : of. 'the .Ruralist .to .take note gfeaas o;L tM

> -..F: M4.T.this G"Hu\ehl&day a s: Ayeer... It has lived 'two';years'withoutodbstoflnnot ; for fending the doctor;and see W..1t.WLL1IR..t..1M : 7."Jk7&.
8.
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y to me'well',known, who make ei_ Tit live long'Under water.; lithe Etomach'doee not make the greatest P)8NN1NGWN ,

K=finer ailed tte'fon:: ag Art elee. of $ver.t. deed'or 'D:1o'UoDleeellood.: : number .demands.. W .IL'PLEA8ANT9 (tea, lHAII,t

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Grant
An Offer 'Which Will Be.Taken Advantage Golden Self Blanch'ng, New- Rose, $!.'Z5 per

Of by Scores Of Sufferers. 1000.( ) Cabbage leading varieties, ..'l6 per
: ; : : : '- 1000., Cauliflower, snowball $4.00 per 1060.
Horseradish sets 11.00 per 100. I,. Cameron' ,
;.. From present Indications, notlees"than 600 Seedsman,Jacksonville,Fla.,
JS"T: afflicted persons will take advantage of Gala

: Week excursion rates and come to.Jackson- TTTVOR SALE-"Pure Blood Brown LeghornJO
ville for the express purpose of consulting
Cockerels
Trio
: Chickens. f r.So.- joe each.
Dr. Vincent who bus so clearly demonstrated.
Florida.
Also Turkeys. R. PaDDY Lawtey,
: : ? that he is master of chmniod ceases_ To all
,. those who bt-gln treatment during Gala Week
: : ; Dr. Vincent will give S) rr .'tnt: discount #. I. Hare Them.
t: from his usual fee.and this rate..wtllprevaU
; : until the patient .gen w-ll.- ibis'is the first 40,000 fine Orange and Pomelo Buds on 4, 5
} : ; time that Dr Vinctnt has ever deviate and6yearstocks. I WAnt to'sell VMX in next
u. r *fe sold out,oaleea, you instruct us; to the contrary Our FALL CATALOGUE oftGts&nSeeda hb regular rate and it will prob-Lb'y be the 6a days,by discount. VILLA LAKE Nt111SER-
for.Fall PJantmg.willbe Bent free application. last, so it Is jro d advice to you.to advise you IES, PrulUand Park,Fla. 7:31.tl
.. you ,
to take advantage this special rate. No -
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benefit and what
: .; yon come see this specialist Specially recommended by the nomenclature -
has to about chances-
for
say your recovery. committee of the State Horticultural
; .s"._ Sql ft., t -. M. Inteflaehen, Ala, If tom you blank cannot go to see him, send for symp ciety. Buds Jl.0 per hundred,fiaOOpertbous-
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t WINTEBrBAVEN NURSERIES .,; CATARRH :'AND
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j CHRONIC DISEASES
I # 00,000STRAWBRRYPLANTSnoWready. M
.... 1' -." ., .. ... '* of the Eye, / Choice plants,namely: Improved Newnaas,
Oiir" TREES Reduced Prices. Ear, Nose. Throat; Iady.Thompsons, Clouds, Hofinans Rising
', their. "Fine. .Stock of CITRUS at Lungs HeartStom- ,
..' Seedlings Tennessee Markets and TennesseeProlific.
; ach. Liver, Bowels
Orders filled promptly. Packing the
BladderNerves
Kidneys.
Parson' Jana Bloods st.. Michael Wash. Navels and best. B..Puddy,Lawtey, Fla. ;
,, Brown, Ruby,Amory, Jafla Skin
Tardiff Dauoy Kmg Tangeriliee Villa! Franca Lemons. BloodChronicUlcers t
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STRAWBERRY PLANTS-
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Triumph, Marsh. Seedless| Thornlesa!.Silver, },Cluster Pomelos. Leg), Cancer, Rup- 300,000 'and Lady Thm n.. New;
"! ture,Stricture.Var- vigorous plants. Indian River Seedlings. Write

::.r..i I D ,At $25" perlOpf., .... .. o."'>:410; 'V-centoff> on 500 lots icocele and Plies Hydrocele guaran-, forprices. C.H.ChnrchinLawteyana. 7-3-1 i

1 All trees'axe budded low on rough r lemon stocks:> about'1} inch diameter. Buds teed cured without THIRTY THOUSAND NURSERY TUBS ins
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the knife.Rheumatism
rili: [ 1.to,6 feet high,first class i in every.,respect,and guaranteed true to name. using DISeases finding Seedling' Grapefrut 5 years 014.' f 1
Also ed' Valencia
Hart' Late, DancyTlae-
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1= '. > ,4:' ?;V Address, EIOEARD- "Jq'EMMr Winter,Haven, Fla. of both sexes are given special attention, rines, Budded' Grapefruit, Pineapple, Eureka '. r
No charge for consultation... Fees always Lemon and a few Seedless Grapefruit, Parson
reasonable. Special rates for mail treatment. Brown's and Enterprise Seedless AU buds on

: b1.Z.t1O1iSTO1'1 DR. W. T. VINCENT: Specialist. Grapefruit stock 5 years old. Buds grown to
I stakes. Trees very fine and sure to please both
: ,' ::1. Mohaw Block. Corner Bay & Market Streets, as to quality and price; Write us. BOWYER
Jacksonville Florida. & STEPHENS, Lakeland Fla. .
vbental Hours: 0 to 12 A. M: 2 to 4 &7 to 8 M.-Sun--

: ;: ,Parlors. days=8o)to 5 P. M. Only."CENT'AWORD. SMOOTH CAYENNE, CHARLOTTE ROTHS-

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and Golden Queen Pineapple
,_ Established 1884. Cor.Bay; and Laura 8t.;over Mri. Keene' COLUMN. Plants, for sale at Modelo Park Pinery. Quality
e "" unsurpassed. Address ORLANDO GRAPE
'r FLA.
.' J JACKSONVILLE" -: R .TE8-TWent word,'name and'address, A PR UIT CO.,C. S.VanHouten, Orlando,Fla.-
_; 'For the next 80 days prices will be as follows Gold Fillings, $1.50 to |2; Plastic one taken week,for 25 cents less than: three cent weeks 50.cents. NothIng 6-s-ia.

trilling,50o. to$1; Alloy Fillings, $1 to $1.50; Plates, $5 to$8;r Full sets (very beat) Advertisement for this 35 column MUST be pre FOR SALE Smooth Cayenne and Abbaka I

/$9 to$10. ''Extracting free,by a painless method, where plates are made.i First-class paid. and Slips. St. Petersburg Pineapple
operators'and polite attendants. Gold and Continuous Gum Sets of Teeth made ,Send no'stamps larger than two cents. Co.,St.Petersburg, Fla. J2.1S v

,,. and repaired.. Initials and figures,count as one word.THE .
> You Should See

I Iq CLARA PEACH.-This fine new peach Those two King buds on and 6* _
'' 3.000 year 4
": fW..- E.' Taylor,- :of Tallahassee; has safe to say that the average will be 35 as early as the.Jewel, as large as the year stocks. The most profitable orange grown.

\soW .828 acres.of land to a party of cents or very close to that figure. Oviedo, color a solid crimson,quality the best. C. W. FOX, Villa Lake Nurseries, Fruitland
# I have all leading varieties write for prices.T. Park, Fla. 7-jx-tf.
'Chicago:; i mechanics who propose to There is no crop that we know of that K. Godbey, Waldo, Fla.

fa.V cojme IB_a body and ,build houses',on will be as profitable as tobacco at 30 QTRAWBERRY PLANTS Schnadelbacn's
ANTED.--A superintendent for a15O-a acre O Alabama,Improved,Nunans,per 1.000 fa,00.
.the'tract.of. to.35 cents,-Bartow Courier Journal bearing orange grove. Must have large JULIUS SCHNADELBACH, Grand Bay Ala.,

:axe ,Several F fdt f new settlers have arrived at Mr. H. S. Chubb, of Winter Park, waste experience time in and correspondence gilt-edge reTcrences.unless you Do have not

is. going into camphor raising and these. Address Superintendent. Box 524., Don't.rou Forget ,
__ ,.: [Green ,Cove Springs during the Jacksonville, Fla.You .
To send for list of varieties
1'" will soon have trees set out. Hewill price af the leading
,
1,000
of Citrus Trees on, 4t 5 and 6 vear stocks.
,.month.id l probably add.to that number and Discounts according to sue of orders. 0. W.
Want Them.Some FOX,Villa Lake Nurseries, Fruitland. Park,Fk.
what be done in that
see can industry.Task '
73WE .
the of land sales during the three
expenses .' of those thousand fine one year

-;year 1894, 1895 and '1896, the extravagant of i a Railroad.< Riverside Navel buds on six year old Bough ARE OFFERING CITRUS NURSERY
Lemon Stocks. Will bloom next spring. ViDa at bottom prices. Choice stock
.'.-, sum of $107,456.53. his for Lake Nurseries. Fruitland Park Fla.TOE .- Best varieties true to and
.:.... In. annual report 1897, Press treatment. Write for name square '
stating.
;ri: ,:A l large,number of,settlers are local4 ident Samuel Spencer, of the Southern wants. We can please you.prices rh nix Nuree-your
QUICK RETURNS AND PHENOME1 ries,Braidentown Established in l888. _
... : ing on the, East. Coast. Railway said: nomenal profits,plant Satsuma, Tangerine ,
t
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and King oranges ,on rough lemon stock.I .
A number of.new :settlers from' the "During,the : manufacturing also have Parson Brown Pineap1>le. Wash- I Need Money ;

i.Nortfewot'arrived at' ;White City this year isnew ington Navel, Marsh Seedless Grapefruit, Therefore I will sell my large stock of Oraage }
establishments of various kinds Villa Franca Lemon and;one year'oldsour oranges and Fomeio trees at very low prig AU the best 1.
/fmonth. and Trifoliata plants. Write for prices. popular varieties of and Pomelo
located Orange
.were at points upon the company's nee '
u George E. Snow, Eaatlake Fla. lo-lr mPEDIGREE
from to 6 feet high. Address for t.
.., .J,. ,.-The Record says there will ,not,be road. There have been completed lars W, K.3 Trimble, Braidentown,Fla tf- .:

r pThouse: fiw.ient. irTDeLand by,Christmas during the year.on the lines of SMOOTH 'CAYENNE PINE-

{ : ;w> j judging;from the applications for the company cotton factories alone careful selection. imported Every sucker stocks taken of years from SALE 390 acres.Two Excellent Leon county for stock farms raising,4Soacresand and

':' houses_coming in. working'I63ooo.spindles' and, plants that have produced extra large, fine tobacco growing. W.B. Clarkson,Jacksonville r
3,000 fruit. E. A. Peck Orlando, Fla. 1046mGET Fla. $-244f
3 .'..; 7romireselit: indications. there will looms,the total cost of which has been tTARDS LATE AND PARSOIT BROWN

Abe a large ,influx! of.immigrants! to :Ar.cadia nearly $2,000,000, and at the close of THE BEST-Best Budded Orange 11 Trees and Buds. Write for prices eta
best varieties raised from seed 123 tf W 1L.MANN, Manaville,Via;
{ and the there undo
viclmtythls.wlnter.of construction
4 ,...,: year are since the freeze; %to IX inches. Prices low.
.- '+ F additional mills' which, will include H. Melslahn, Clarcona, Fla 1093tQTRAWBERRY POULTRY YARD FOR SALE-;;With or
Garrett
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H Emmerson IlL
'I : ; ;. X. without stock. Good chance for man of
:, "' srjas purchasedooo; 'acres of' land in 6a,506 spindles.. The construction by PLANTS small means to get a home in Florida. Ad-
Lady Thompson
::'0iceok,county,for a sheep ncl .. the company; of 92,861 feet, or 17.59 Indian River, etc. Send: for price list. dress 10-18-2.S. W. Manucy,Box N., Fernandina.

: t' : >;.., miles, of:.new sidetrack. industrial J. B. Beach Co.,Melbourne, Fla.FR .

K a 4-. ramprep rts ':a big improvement establishments during the year indi.Cates .. SALE OR EXCHANGE-Latest Im- FOR SALE-A fine pack: of Fox Hound, 1
;k ,the real estate market. thoroughly trained. Address Geo. N.
and Pr&ire State
Incubator
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general growth Lewis
air dbrooder. Address, Box 600, Winter ,Attspulgua, Oft. 10M3COB
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i K George W;:Saxon, 'of Tallahassee, predation: : of the company's policy in, Park. 10-0-3

M harvested from'ten acres of land fostering such enterprises. CHOICE FfiBSH MILE COWS, write _A
1 to Thomas &Lewis,Bainbridge' Ga.
8o6o'.p6 ids of tobacco-Quincy; These,words .are reproduced for the W,ASmNGTONIASI'HCD Most Beautiful, Rapid Growing,werCalifornia Hardiest, 1 1H. -

.IH..w.: t, benefit? of those unhappy individuals Palm. Seed now ripening. Packet oy mall25!
; ..; Thousand eJ.SO- E. H. HART Federal WHITE AND BROWN LEGHORNS t bar ;
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,'' .(' : 'ioone. ,and 'on :-f urth acres, who*are collecting evidences of the Point, Florida. 104-6 Pure breed hens,only M oeatI1n

.I ,i-Mr.'J..G.: ..Shepard spldj,85o"poundsCub ; damage wrought by railroads, in theSooth. Poultry lots of six Yards or more,Fernandina if taken,soon.Fla.a The IaI6ad

They' should clip and fileawayManufacturers' ILO MARTIN-A Pure Bred, Registered, >
't ( ffl, tobacco; 96 percent of it ; .
:, ; Jersey Bull for sale. PIke$ o.* I make a 1))
5,berg-wrappers: .. How.}is' this" for Record. 1 change to avoid inbreeding.' A, Bacon, Or- NSW'SOUTH CULTIVATOR i. sepe-

n :profit in the weed?Quincy= Hald.he'price nond: flol'id\. JCH-3, TJl2 to all other, It can be adjtuted.to =

,. ,- ,, ;According to'the world an odd rich cultivate any crop,from a strawberry patcfc to -,
-9 -( CTKAWBERRYPLANT873C 75 cents per thousand an orange erove, without extra atUMmert*.- ::
.. \ ,61; tobacco" ; hvariedfrom:25. loan is eccentric; an odd poor man a Improved ,raised by clean culture. Sold on trial; HtialacUon guaranteed Price fe, : ,-
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....:...'.. .................................,...................Friday September\ F'nueJCad.dne:aM Bertie*. No Trantfert Between Jacksonville and New r...".
: SUUMM 'I ........;:......................... Saturday. September 25
raift&aMee."V.V.VJ. .AV..V.V............,n.....<.."..,.!..,....Monday, 21Chattabooohee. The_ Fleet is'composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers :-
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iGateCitp....*VY.i...'.,,!............;I.E./...... :.....,..!!.......Wednesday, September "
"Comanche'-&,); "JlOTniis! ," Iroquois," "Ckewlw e" "StM*.' ':;
YORK.
TO NEW ,
SAVANNAH "' L ,-. .

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Y of Birmingham..-......... ...'........,..i..,.,........ ...... Wednesday, Sept. 1, 11.00 am NORTHBOUND.Steamers >,.' .'
r-, ,Na City oooheo.............,............."..,.*.*.... ...........*..............:...Friday Sept.-S. .11.00 am to san tokhe tide. .
Tallahassee .. ........................................,!o.III".!'........Saturday, Sept.4,12.30pm are appointed according .' ''
; ., Kin..C1ty...f.. ............ ....,....... ... .-............... .....Honday. pt 6,3.00pm From l JACKSOIYILIE FUL calling at Charleston ...., '
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,Chftttahooohee ....... ............... ...... ..........,....../...,1..I...Tuesday, Bept. '1., '.00 pm ) Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursday_ ,*'
...-.! .. ................. .:......... Sept. 8,5.00pm ...... .. .
Gate City... .....,..... .. .v Wednesday Jrom CHARLESTON S. c., .. .... ... .1...... ,1111..,. Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays .
of Birmingham........................ .i........... .............Friday, ,Sept.10,3.00pm ., '
V .City Naoooohee'' .. ........ .. .. '-. ...:..,.... .. ..........n..8aturday.' Sept, 11,8.00 pm For. hours of sailing see."Clyde 14ne Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers ,
;, .Tallahassee,'..\.......,;-!.........;!...,. ....,.......,....,-........ ....,. Monday, 13j6.00pm .
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,Kansas City..v.. ....1....:..,.... ..........Tuesday 14.7.00pm; SOUTHBOUND.
: ........: .. .1..e.......-....-. 15,7. 0pm
ChattAhoochee.....'........ ...... ... .:. Wedesday.Bept.
..' Gate City ..;.....1.,1.,..........:.....:::..:,:.............Friday, Sept. 1712.00m Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 99,East River,New York at m., as followst .
.City of Birmingham.........:...:.......,L......_...:...........*.... ...Saturday, Sept. 18,12.00 3 p. jr.
r ,Naoooohee ..-.........,..........!.... ,........4.. ....,.,.................. Monday, Sept. 20,1.00pm forCHARlESJOIS.C., --../.......................................Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
Tallanassee...... ... ......................,...',";......:.........;.....Tuesday Sept. 21,8.00pm ."..
Kansas City....................... ...i.......... .... .. ...:...........Wednesday Sept. 23,3.00 pm For UCKSOIYILLE, FU., (calling at Charleston) .......-_......Mondays, Wednesdays: and. Fridays ;"',-.,
,: Ctettaboochee.......................:.....:.;...........;.,,..,.".'..'.':.Friday, Sept. 24,5.00pm *ammmm m mmmmm ".' /-
Gate City...........................1,1............. ....,............Saturday, Sept.25,5.00 pm .
.City Birmingham.... .....-.,.........;......-....,..,.. ........tt.....Monday, Bept,: /, 4.00pm '.
.- Nacoochee.of ,............:.. .,......... ...........!....:..................Tuesday, Sept.28,6.00 pm Clyde New England and Southern Lines
c' :r TsUshtetaee.1..1,!r..!..!.......:.....;,,:..'.:............:......Wednesday- Sept. 29,6.00pm .,
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f City, of,Macon, Captain,Savage: leaves_ New York on following dates: p,_ ; Steamers EL WA.REu and "GEOEQE: W. OLYDE,":
Monday Sept.- *.' Monday Se t: 20. .'" '- hArt
; .c .Friday,Sept. 10. Friday, Sept,24. ',-<. appointed to sail as fellow, : -.'" .

: ><-"' Wednesday, Sept. 15. Wednesday Sept; 20. from foot Hogan Street,JacjuonviUe, c. From LewIs'Wharf Boston, "';. -'
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handle freight only, passengers.- ,
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BOSTON ,
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:Friday,Sept.'IT. '. .
'Wednesday i Sepia;Sept.,;' 8. Wednesday, Sept. 23. racksoriviUe,'Patatka( Sanfordf, Enterprise, :!!la., and IntermeMalo :

7 Sept. 18. Monday,Sept.27. ,' the 86. Johns Riven ( }
Monday, not carrying passengers. ., Landings on :J.. ,
City of Maoon will handle freight only, .- >--
S'S 'The Elegant Iron 8ide-Whee1&teamer ax.
FeX.INFoD1TION'SEE'YOUB' NEAREST BULROAD AGENT, OR :
0- n ""OITY OF JAOKSQNVILL.E. 3 -
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9.8. Co,39 Bull 8 1 Ga. =,
.W:G.BREWER,'Ticket and Pus Agent Ocean Savant ;
r B,...W. SMITH. Contr. Freight Agent, Savannah 8.8. Co. 13 B. Bay St. a, .., CAPT. W.A..SHAW'. '" -''-,-\,.:.;.
8.8.Co., ,Ga. .
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TRBZKVANT en -
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,WALTBH HAWKINsTFla. Pass. Agent Ocean 8.8 Co..1U W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.,.. : $ Is appointed to,sail as feSoW.'jcave ; 1 .- ,
x .W.J. FARRBLL 8oL Agent Ocean 8.8. Co.,824 W. Bay St. Jacksonville,,Fla. Jacksonville ... 4..............!.....!.Sundays,Tawdays aa.Mmmkyiat 33O' metnrning -
.' L.K. BARKER '*rav.Frt Agent Ocean 8.8.: Co.,284 W. Bay St. Jacksonville,Fla. l; ,,leaves Sanford..,,,:.:...;'''''_..'.....Monday,Wednesdays,aafl Fridaytaty, oa.a '.'
BIT Broadway,N. Y.-- "
W:H. RHBTT Gen'L;Agent of Ga. Byn '
Gen't Ocean 8.8:Co.,2 Brodway,N. Y. .
B. K. BRYAN/Jr., Bastern Agent -. -
". ..-W.X.-ARNOLD,Oen .Tray }'asS..Agent Ocean 8.8. Co.31T Broadway New York. DOTHRBDOU1L- .. 5 "" SCHEDULE.. NTH BIiI ;,
-4 R. 8.Jl'RBNOR1 Sol. Pass.'Agent Ocean S.K'Co.,317 Broadway New York. ., Read Up.-
S. R. GOODWIN SoU.Frt.Agent Ocean 8.8.Co.,317' Broadway New York.. "

M.a HAMMONI3.Agent Ocean 8.8. Co.,New Pier35 N. R.New New York.York.. ; t..T 33op.m. ............!.!.........JackJon.1Ue....,:;.... .....:-. .. ArrfTe '!: aClO.-; '
C,0.WALTON Ticket Agent Ocean 8,8. Co- 87 Broadway ......
r1 8 45 .. ... ..,.:.. .L.IIr.11..Palatka..II.I..i_ : Leave 8p.m.
B.:PRIC&. Tr v. FrtAgentCent. of Ga..y..31T Broadway, New York.New York. -00 a.m. ..'.....!...................... AItor ...,.....................J'... ::130
W. H. LaBOYTKAUX Trav. Frt.Agent of Ga. Ky 817 Broadway (. 430" .......... .. ......st. FraDclI ......... .I.............. 100 'It '.
:J. D. HA8HAGBN, Bastern Frt.Agent"Plant S1&tem.26iBro dWay.New York.York. .,!..!.!..f.!.!..........:..... ?11 t)C1C.LY. f..d..1.... ............... u 1130&.111.
s r J,J.,'AR1 WORTH.East. Pass.-Agent Plant S Svstem. 961 Broadway New York.r 600" ...............;.;.........Dlue ....:............__. .. 1100"
New ,
-: i.-' 'J.L. ADAMS. Gen'l. Bast.Agent F." C. & P.R.R.,358 Broadway Kite 830 ,.. ..:.;;. 13a=...:.L..n..1.' .... :" 900 N'I.
S''am r 'J.-A;McDUFFIEv Eastern Agent G.&A. By.,379 Broadway.: New St.York.Boston. 9l5.' .....:.."t.-:..:::............llIterprlJe......: ..........,...... '. 930",
k A, DeW. SAMPSON,Gen'l.Agent 0.of G.By.)808 Washington
x J. A. FLANDERS New England Agent Plant System.290 Washington St. Boston. (}Eeneral Passenger and Ticket Office,904 West Bay St,.Jacks on vill x
EICH ARDBON &BAENAHD,Agents Ocean 8,8. Co..20 Atlantic A ve. Boston. ..
,a *CARROLL H.SMITH Agent O._of G,BJ'.,33 South Third St. Philadelphia, 'a.DANIBL "
LAMXOTJ'r..Apnt 0. k P. BoB..,40()South Third 8t.l I i11s4Jlphia, Pa. W. H.-WARBUKTON, B P. A., 5 Bowling area, New York. -
JNO. 8. GRO'F,T.?.A.. Plant SyetelDtJOO South 10th St., Ph11AdeJph1a, PaJ. !.. X. H. CLYDE, Attistant Traffic Haa_f er,5 Bowliag; Great,New York.
.*, '-: ..c. 1UlLB. General Pueupr Agent, nnn.h.Ga.y P. M. JKONMONGEB, Jr., hlorldahieeger Ageatc. Weil fit-J II.'JI1& <:. "
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'. JOHN HOWARD, Swperintendent foot Hogan rectTck l ,; _
-. THEO. G. BOER, TraftcM B fer,3 Bowling Green,New York,, -"%'
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,-.::" *'i f": :, \ : .,..Apalachjcola.'r.-; s % -_ ':. .', ', ,r, _. ...I. pairs.and mprovements..in theirlcysA ; -tions 'so ouriaformant'says,,are.about, wasrmade, 'this week', to, the. Merrill-!
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'* ? ,: tally.assured.-Starke Telegraph.It ; the.scheme Is carried'out, it will afford Jacksonville, and men 1 have beef at, '

.,, F ..' .is said that Archer wi soon have..1e It=n"now common. ,thing foliarthexcotton. i an' ,excellent- opportunity' ? :for work taking up and removing ,the

_: f : ', ; .anewgrist; -mill,'and.'later. .on.a,"'moss .I ginning establishment tat f many of :our, planters"' to dispose .of same to that city. Thus one by one

"':mill:,.:. .11..:, '; ,- ......... ( ..-<.,.. : lake Butler. running, ,until-' far into. the their tobacco-r-New 'JEra., our industries. are leaving us until, a
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} A $sooooabrickmakmg plant one night:: This i is surely a proof of tie 4 The Jloridat cattlemen 'are. reaping dismantling j!

= of the new industries i to. be)started:oaf\ thriftjof" ,'the section.-Bulletin. the 'reward.jof: the: 'J long, struggle be' seems probable ThH;mill was at onetime

r.,. .' .. :'Paltlu? ; .+ i' The;Lake' City 'Water and Lightcompany'splant tween Spain and Cuba Cattle, are an j important= :factor' in the pros
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> men of that city who will .. 'that have not been known;since pionthfp itlhas and now
jlt. ito9 ha I',1bet1\ .thi jeuen1in begi ,iinediatelp prices ,
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'' t .. >> ,The. phosphate shipments from-_ Levy by,puling in new machinery i which : ,' of;Suwariee-;" county Green" Cove Spring.

'r;{ e&&ttj' e .b eai tYeD1aaYy.'duf1fgthepast : will enable"'them' to,..give a 'mucbjbetferrvice. 1" -. has{,;discpverediia; ;:mineral on.his
,'!: f'Strlce ( .. .. All to Tampa cargoes, except one,
two weds" 4\ 'ol' Z' i 'f farm ten miles south; of .town,-which,
.'-' 'lJi.s down> down the he has been classed' Fuller's' went from ,PplkjCounr ,,mine..
:. .. J is noes ligtedwi electrici l by great says,, as
jt.' ",, r; storni of ;September,, 1896, have ye y earth:by? hemisWwho! have eXaminedit It is ,calculated, thtf.J the.: avmge,
.* Ct .* andaher erdelighitbthtsgreat near all* been' worked, up in lumber : He.says the supply; 'is inexhaust '.weekly loss' of vessels- .onjhe seas is

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/!.. ftfer '. t#" t -i f.!I.connect.- so.helped to keep.the rherchanta alive.iMacclenny 'building ;An'theiryard) tobeMused not: s(; than:'8ooooo, cross- .
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5 The Britwh steamship:Whitefidldar.
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News: says with-a'.caDacity for cuttiBg5oopp / t running .on :full 1' time,-,with large orders rived'" Jeraftfidina,. ;JFla,, onth: -SthinsUfrom
:t. the:farmers. :of ;Marion. :co intywdl.xe dftily! .:.which".enjoys,the distinction i fd f fhev for.their; excellent; 'p 'oduct.'P; ; :
r+ ., :; ,":aliae 1! thi.year about$ toooo'lo.r then; j Car dig"; to ,t&H/'a>ego of
,;.. '. of cotton crops.., r : thavingjp: shut down a single latka- 'Advertiser phosphate: .rock, for Harnbtifg,. Ger
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# ""'. '.f: day: duringthepastfive; years for lick The.Faber cedar:pencil mill;on .Atsena many.. c cIt .
..'r :;< ''Tlre,tobaccd,faetanesat'Tattipa: ,ara of- .Oi:lm. ; Oti.VPt"cl9se."down, about the ,
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.- '>''. ". S :;;-.. ;. additional. jcigarmikerswepu1 i : -t : Jhe:' .;month af Septembr posted stating;;.thaf the mill will shutdown freight lepoein "this-ay: wece: r- -_
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55 .: --' '-' 4I the shipments .,of'finished' :doors factdother as-S n aa. he'wood?: on hand.is so hard:worked. as 'nOwF" : r- 1Hd ; ;
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