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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00161
 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: January 1, 1891
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: UF00055765:00161
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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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Daily fast. freight all"rau connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to-.lI Eastern,Interlot Savannah to all points in Florida;fast freight tratn4 both,via qaireerrllle,. acicgonvllle. ,Cal-
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Nov.,1,11.l6,19,28 and 27. t" i..x From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,Having Philadelphia;1,, .' nd21'and
S ,A Oeaaecttons 1 for Philadelphia every. ten'days. via. Ocean Stesmghip, Company,leaving every five days from regular sailing day via New York to Savannah. '
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The Florida'DlspatehXlneis the quickest, and,best freight route from: all points North* ,East and West:to Florida J For"full':particulars, rates,stencils and shipping receipts apply to

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I rays of the morning sun till the frost Majorcas and Malta
Ovals are quite back should
I
or
oile and Orchard. melts from ; plant them in a
trees and fruit per-
late
may save ; keepers but the Ovals
are apt to manent place, head back and the
start
... from hundreds of dollars
damage.
waste
7' -- ; by splitting when trees areyoung. trees at once?
Groves on land sloping to small lakes No
Planting an Orange Grove. mistake can be made in
:.Editor'Farmer.end Fruit-Grower often escape in still cold night: by the planting selected Jaffas, Majorcas or ((3)) Putting out an orchard of 100
J;: The setting.out of an orange grove cold air gliding down to the surface of Tardiffs, but as to the best early orangeI trees in this latitude, what would be
has,probably been as much discussed the'water whose higher temperature am still on the fence. A great your proportion of these varieties:
in the past ten years as any subject renders it harmless. many varieties of all stages of ripening Oblong, Centennial, Satsuma, Mediterranean -
.,.relating ,to, the business, and ,many of The most easily irrigated land i is : have been noticed and are being for home and near market?
the extreme views ,advanced as towhat that where flowing artesian wells can tested by different people, but it is the ((4)) What is your opinion about
:. would produce failure or success be procured and which have a sub, work of years to bud, fruit, rebud grafting and budding.peaches on ,.(,have been, proved fallacious, the fact soil sufficiently near the surface to allow and fr again on different'stocks and rianna plum? J. D.
*that bearing orange groves can be the water to be carried in open in different,locations. 1 feel conservative Miss*IPJ I Bound, Miss.
found on all kinds of soils where temperature ditches. Iron piping is an expensiveand for often a variety that was
(: will short lived expedient. [ANSWER BY E. H. HART:..) s
permit, being proof thatit Irrigationin .t thought little of, under changing conditions -
is more the man than the situation. ditches grew the food that sup- will surprise by fruitfulness, (i and 2)) The budded trees, whether -
Constant practical l attention counts ported the dense populations of the vigor, stamina or" quality, and it is buds are dormant or growing, had
for more than a rich 'soil, and it is ancients and is mainly used for orange possible to greatly improve any variety best be moved to their places in the
easier to tell from one's own experience growing in Europe and California.As by intentional or accidental cross- grove. Those that have failed may be
.and that of others what not to do to varieties, the difference be- ing or hybridizing. re-budded in nursery by shield bud, if
tnan'.to" formulate for general guid- tween early and late is largely a mat- The days are past when young in small shoots, or by sprig budding in
.ance. ter of quality and amount of acid, and sweet seedlings can be sold for $teach the main stems. Sometimes a Con-
The groves that have heen set out firmness of membranes, for nearly all and our leading venient manner of sprig-budding in
since, the war, if all could have been varieties color up about the same duce vigorous trees true nurserymen to name pro-at large stock is to cut off the tr.e: square
brought to profitable bearing, would time. Again, the quality of juice:and such reasonable prices that with our I I ly at the desired height, when ,the sap
produce: ten times the quanity of fruitwe tissue is chiefly, with ,rare exceptions, standard kinds there is little induce- flows freely, and insert several small "

have ever marketed, yet probably a matter of breeding which as ,in the :ment for.a, beginner to grow his, own sprigs, thinly tapered at the base, perpendicularly .
,:fifty cent. of these, either abandoned Malta strains between bark and woodof
per are gives large crops of delicate stock. As to the best manner of set-
.." or so stunted from ,neglect or textured_ fruit on slow growing ting out trees common experience i is the stock at the severed end. If e
climatic causes as to be practically trees,.or a"s in most of the Navels, pretty well agreed. On my soil I the unbudded trees are moved now,
'. valueless. The demand for the golden trees of considerable stamina but h'avespaced them 20 by 16 feet, and they ought to remain unworked for a
fruit however is growing, more, lacking in fruitfulness-under ordinary used to think the raw .land should lie year to gain strength after transplanting -
trees are'being .put:out, and I think i it conditions. a year;,to decay and sweeten, but now for the second surgical operation,
may' be safely stated that the prime We are as yet without an entirely' when! breaking up by pulverizing with and so more time is lost than budded
.' requisites for a paying orange grove satisfactory early orange. ,A Sweet the Cutaway harrow and repeated in the nursery row. Transplanting is
.are' personal attention, a taste for Seville imported by General Sanford 'plowing and harrowing it is ground a severe shock, and a second cutting
up
horticulture' and, sufficient means or gets sweet earliest of all when: its skin mellow and thoroughly mixed to- back too soon after doubles the strain

diversity__,__ __L of__ .productive.J', ',, labor. _to...prop-.... is still. green .and. !the_tree_ _,has: stamina, gether... ,. ,After,setting. it is important.. upon vitality.
eny SIan ana Keep It growmg till self. and a fruitful natm, out its almost ,en' 'io Keep- -inem,growing uum the start ((3))' If the situation be frosty and
sustaining. Many undertake too tire lack of acid does not please many I by judicious feeding. I have found early gathering desirable, it would of
...much; five to ten acres well taken people. the,greatest safety ,and economy in course be''best to plant only the quickest
,
care of being far safer than ten to The Early Oblong,'is in good eaing: chemical fertilizers, the ammonia espedially maturing varieties. The Oblong
twenty acres that are neglected in the condition when half colored, :but the to be t},e sulphate. The belongs to the Sweet Seville section,
vital emergencies of freezes or tree is of rather weak growth and the high bred 'varieties. will fruit when which is insipidly sweet and not ''so
drouths.A. fruit runs small. generally relished as a kind of
1 only> .a year or two old from the bud. more
second necessity, ,as production The Melitensis and Washington ;This is''exausting and detrimental to sprightly flavor, so it would be advisa
increases and prices decrease, is nearness Navels are early oranges, the _Meli growth. It,is safer for the tree and ble to plant more largely of such ex-
,to 'economical transportation.A tensis thus far proving the better will, pay better in the end to pick off cellent early varieties as Nonpareiland
distance of three miles ;is probably a bearer., Washington Navel" has all fruit till the tree has gained size Centennial in preference. The
..tax" of ten per cent. on a year's income been found to bear' well when grownon and got.a good foothold. The larger imported Satsumas are looked upon
from extra time consumed hauling'fruit wild lemon stocks. the trees the better they will stand with distrust by many growers from
., ;and supplies,and daily visits to The Nonpareil, Parson Brown and Irouths and freezes. their dwarf and stunted habit, and
:store postoffice, while freight ,rates Centennial'are in good eating condi E. S., HUBBARD., consequently small bearing capacity,
an.many,of the southern and inland tion as soon as colored early ,in.. No Federal Point, Fla. besides sprouting freely below the bud.
portions of the state average double vember. Th; Centennial is my 'pref. They are a Mandarin without the distinctive -
the steamer,rate from Jacksonville. erence, as it has a firmness of tissue resembling in aroma of citrus nobilis Hamlet
. We.;are coming and have: got to the Tardiff, and I have,kept Questions .Orange; Growing. with Hamlet left out. If films no t
h come to the old world standards andmust specimens on the tree in sound condition .editor former and Fruit Grower bilis is desired, better plant the earliest
count our profits by small percentages I till June, while the Nonpareil usually I ((1.I have some French lemon strains of the true aromatic Mandarins.
softens the middle of February.. stocks, one year old, on which I budded Growers are advised 1 to try seedlingsof
: :Next, j in,selecting ,a site protection The Mandarin is an early orange; be- oranges last summer. Some have the Satsuma by way of experiment,
',.fknhrost! and :irrigation to, keep the ing marketable as soon as colored.Of uken, some' have not. When had I and may happen on'something earlier *a i
,trees.ltl vigorous fruit bearing andcarrying ,mid-season oranges the Malta better bud thelatter'again? In nur- than the common Mandarin, and just''
condition must be studied.; strains, Bloods, Jaffas, Majorcas, etc., sery seed row, or shall I transplantand as good. Some of these have made |
'A'wide body of deep water on the lead in quality but require more care- then bud? .Or should I graft trees of vigorous habit, with all the best "f,
northwest side, in ordinary cold snaps ful treatment than the St. Michaels, to them 'in. early spring; when and how points and open to none of the 'objections -
means an'advantage of two to 'five de'grees which belong most of our selected -by cleft graft behind the bud, or urged against the imported'Sat
or' in :some cases the difference .,seedling though some, like, the Homo sprig bud?' suma.
between' sound or frosted fruit. A sassa, 'show crossing with the Sevilles.Of ._ ((2)) Those .budded ,last summer, ((4)) I would refer ,this question to
thick tielt of tall forest timber on the late oranges the Tardiff is the,most should; '''I: leave :them, i in seed row, or Mr. G. L. Taber and. ,others of expe
.southeast side by keeping off the'direct reliable, all points considered. The 1 transplant to another row and'-head rience. S '

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Mai di Ooma.Xdttor about as much to 'unlearn about' the upon that he suggested that the name years old, the grove makes fertilize a them fine'pasture. until --
who them to I continue to
methods of cultivating' the of the gentleman brought
Tanner and FTult-Orower proper He is continually such perfection be''given to the fruit. they are seven or ight years old-
I don't know that I have anythingfor soil in California.( : shell sometimes to die end of the ninth
ideas taking Accordingly the large paper pe
ideas following his eastern not on'the
Dr. Neal, but thought my and Crops are cultivated
heed oftwh'at he sees about him, thenis cans have been named "Stuart, year.
would be worth about as much as some and in that trees cost
way my
constantly doing the wrong thingat the other large variety, in complimentto ground,
other ventilated in columnS far insects are'concerned
opinions your time. On. the otherhand the Pomologist have been named me nothing. As as
I have known of this,diseasein the wrong "VanDeman." about the only trouble is with
without
South.Florida; .now for nearly twen .' the new comer has everything experience to As culture has just begun on caterpillars. As soon as they appear,
pecan
in farming
ty years, and have known'it on_almost He to his a large scale in Georgia, it will be in- I go with, a long rod and burn them.It .
learn. 'naturally
all soils. I think it probably caused who have been goes here the teresting to know the methods by'- will scorch a few leaves, but it cleans
of some""elements or neighbors I don't let
by an oversupply for information and havingno which Colonel Staurt achieved success the caterpillars right out.

acids of the soil. I have known. trees. longest education, to forget so remarkable. He puts his ex- them rest on my trees. They pay so

affected for perhaps ten years, and early farming nutshell. well that it is worth all the car -and
The most suc perience in a
,some then get.welU! I have little fait'h'in.the he achieves success. old I labor can give them."
you
of "When fifty-six
was years >
raisin and
cessful growers
efficacy l f cutting and plastering. California to day are orange teachers and commenced planting," said he. There is a pecan plantation of 2000

Judicious fertilizing and removing such ex-everything but Eastern farmers., "When I was sixty eight I got $305. trees near Macon, and in southwest
well is
trees as are too sick to fruit They have put their brain to work on When I was sixty-nine I got between Georgia there are trees twentyfiveyears

my plan. When a tree is taken out fruit growing as they would upon any $700 and $800. This year-in a few old which have'been bearing for
'there is apt to be one or more large I will be- closely resembles the
days I will be seventy-I get years. The tree
roots which are not affected that can proposition. .. the fruit is
make another Florida is also full of'"ex every tween $I,400 and $I,5oofrom, the sale hickory and, except when
and
be left to sprout thing" .settlers, men of thought, research of nuts and trees." opening can hardly be distinguished
But this is not said to disparagethe
tree fix the attention -
and observation. Their trained This was sufficient to from it.Colonel.

good work of Dr. N. minds learn quickly and well Ap- of his auditors, and he proceeded: Stuart was a warm frien l of

I would frequently pour a pint of a of "brains," some of our "In the first place, where I live, in Colonel Richard Peters, and was in

strong solution of sulphur over the propos'.Revere ds" are the most advanced the piney woods country, the soil is correspondence with him for years.

trunk and exposed roots, il fungoid agriculturists, leaders and poor. There is no poorer country in He has been exhibiting his pecanat
origin is supposed. My reasons for orange and in the
teachers indeed. One, who a dozenor Georgia than mine."I the Piedmont exposition,
thinking this disease is the result of : fifteen was notable, being plant in December, preparingthe meantime has been the guest of his
ago
[v; oversupply of some elements observation to that the asked years how he produced such fine ground and opening drills lour nephew, Mr. R. L. Sibley.

sap, is based on the "I feet In the bottom of the furrow J ---- .
answered put apart. ------ ''
fruit
with facetiously } :
often troubled
I: the same trees are
barn-
either
I the fertilizer, Orange.
brains into them. put The Satsuma
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believed be the y
which is to
'die back
cottonseed
\ I have L.. H. ARMSTRONG.St. .yard manure, bone dust or Editor Farmer ad Fruit Grower i$.
result ol too much nitrogen. .Nichol:'8,Fla., December 24th 1890. meal. Two or three inches of dirt are the Satsuma is a'"
i s: seen less foot rot on naturally fertile > that and then I plant the pe- Mr. Phelps says
I put upon 6x12 feet
soil; more on made soils, so called. Canneries'Wanted In DeSoto.Editor Upon them I put three or four small bush at most; plant ;
cans.
reach and that he never has seen one capa-
certain
roots
that
t; This matter Farmec and Frnlt-Grower. inches of dirt. That is the plan for box.
kills the entire root and affects the ble of holding more than half a
I see in your esteemed paper an article the nursery. if Mr. Phelps will come to "
of the about the Now
the base tree ,
at
body from Leesburg, praying for a gu- "When the plants are a year old I him several
Thiow the light Mannville, I will show -
intersection. on
ava cannery. As.this point is or seems run a spade underneath and cut the tap of holding two boxes'that are
capable
I WM. P. NEELD. to be the, exact home of the guava, I roots to make the roots spread. 1 frequently old. .=-

HnelUs. ,Ma.Some. would like space to present our claimsin take the young trees up and not Mr.seven A. years F. Brown, of this place, hasa

California Ideas. the same direction. Within a few sell them or plant them myself. Satsuma,. a six-year bud last June,

Farmer and.Frnlb'3rower; miles of, 'Punta Gorda there are now Transplanted when two years old, the that was budded on a. seedling about
Editor orchards bearing large crops ofthe trees never die. I have seen them .
Some one has sent me a copy of 1 many I the; size of a man's thumb, mat bore a
In- finest varieties. Across the Bay twelve or fifteen inches high aboveground and I feel that
California a Journal Rural u j- 'full box last year, sure
r Harbor and Harbor View with roots three and a half
try: from which I glean a few itemsi" it Charlotte tap [t would have had two boxes on it.this

that interest Florida readers, byway ire many more orchards;so the supply feet j long. had it not been for the March
i : may be Besides "To make a I take my trees year
would
i of comparison.As :it once large. gu grove ireeze, as it was a mass of bloom and

! ,to choice of location and price :was, tomatoes_ 'onions, beans and up and plant them twenty, forty or lender; shoots at that time, all of which
kra could be furnished, the soil give sixty feet apart, according to the
of land and'water a writer'says: "If I was killed, but it put out later, scattering -

". the settler) wishes o.to South.ern i ng the finest white pickling onions, strength of the ground.At blooms and has the largest Satsuna -
find md the the vinegar. Then the seven years they are fifteen or
California he will it. difficult guava : oranges I ever saw, some measuring -
to secure land and water for much J ish-there are the very finest of mulct twenty feet high,.and begin bearing.Of eleven inches in circumference;

which' could be canned as at Biloxi, these nuts which I call "Stuart, I in and has
less than $150 ,an acre. Some good it also bloomed August
had low that. But Miss., and called Mexican mackerel, got year before last 117 pounds from about half on it. This
be as grown
land ,can as some :
. in the majority of cases it will,be difficult I oysters, clams, etc., etc. Now is the one tree and sold, them for $117.' But small bush is ten feet high and t fifteen
, ime for enterprising company to have their off years, and last
an
pecans with
covered
to, find good raisin or orange feet across, and is new
land for less than'$250 to $IOO, an, get; in the first and take the cream. year only: got'eight nuts from thai rood in all directions, from threeto

In,some counties of ,Central DeSoto is going to be one of the ban. tree. This year 1 will get from 200 to five feet long, and I would not be surprised

'acre.California he good raisen land icr counties fcf the State,'and her people 250 pounds, and they will bring $1.50a to see it produce fully three

,
says
will aid all enterprises. pound. I have orde s for them 'from
can be had for $75 to $100 an ,acre, California boxes next year. These trees grow.on
.Indies
, then he adds,in italics for emphasis: FRANCIS K. ADAMS. Australia, the West Those from, the West good; high pine land, and I think such:
in Punts Gorda De So to county. and Florida. twelve years old produce
; At anything less than these figures, 4 i Indies and Florida came to me through rees will, at ,
any part of' the Slate,. there will befound fre- at least twelve boxes each. On good
How to Grow Pecans. i States. New Orleans merchants
some accompanying drawback range> land do not plant Satsuma:cringes -

,. which more than compensates for this By special request, we republish the quently buy"ten or fifteen to less than 20x25 fret. '" sWat.

in 'following from the Atlanta: Conslitu* forty pounds cf my pecans to send asp"csents L. ORANGE.'
,cheapness price
I to their t tends in England, .
, the quanity of water 'lion: .. .. x
.In regard ,to Rich Mannville, Putnam Co., 11
required in ,California. I find ,,this Colonel W. R. Stuart, ,ol Ocean Boston a.d New York. peoplein -;, 1
Miss. has succeeded in raising the North frequently order them.
item: "It is calculated that one inch Springs, before the world's; fair in Paris Foot Rot on Light Land..'"

of water' will irrigate .four acres of pecans which surpass anything "Just there. EdItor Farmer and Frnlt-Grower. .** "
in Florida
r oforange heretofore, known. Three of them some man sent pecans
:T deciduous trees:, and two acres' and the whole Mr. VanDeman ,regretted that I had In the issue of October 9th, 1890, I
A miner's i inch is one veigh two ounces, cropf
trees. I there and has in- ask for further informationrom
; exhibit
1 running three ) certain trees will average thirtyfiveo not made an ee you
inch 'of water
square exhibit theworld's A. B. Chandler regarding
the pound. They are two inches vited me to make an at Mr.
feet in a:, second. ; assertion of the of foot-
fair Chicago. he
and the in presence
diameter
in farm- an inch in va
:As to previous: experience l. net ong known as "paper shell" will "I have only eighty old trees that I rot in the scrub or high,land. Have

: lag, the following remarks reply equally rush/ in the hand. bear these fine nuts, but I have 400 or' seen no reply from him; but will back

'1 to,Florida.; 1 five old. rim saying that I have a number -
here from the This advance in pecan culture is so 500 trees,from two to years up by
""Take two,men coming that"Mr. H. E. VanDeman, the Because of the occasional failure of of trees, all! sweet seedlings or onneedling
,. East one a.farmer, the; other: a man great
i furrow 'to Pomologist of'the United States, pecan trees, I have advised people to stock, affected by genuinebotrct

! ,:who cannot his life.run The a straight farmer has to get writes Colonel Stuart that neither he plant every year-say twenty trees, a and all on'light. sand' "," j.land.a .

: save vof all 'l his .preconcieved i ,notions nor the Secretary of Agriculture: knew year for five years. ... .. ;(, ,- $; Harris, 'r.: .',
:t ;--rid such nuts in existence and "Whea the, trees are ten or twelve H o, U 1.u.u.!r". ....,' '. l ;'
r -M about farming; ,and finds that ,he' has there; were .; "i.. r': 'j. :;" ::

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7 Grape Fruit-Its .Medicinal Virtues "
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-'if yr**'- ground. The vines
being properly
tfqe / : PECANS.Large
j:4". 'JAf a tonic and .S.a' blood purifierj ineyalTd: c pruned: and tied to the middle wire, nuts for seedt Also, .
-#" .............. as the'laterals start'they will reach out ready for the grove pecan tree
t it.has, no t.equal, and if those who are The Green Mountain'-Grape. and fasten themselves to' the outside .Large Paper-shell Pecans my

,?-: troubled with;ndigestion ,will take the Editor Farmer and Fruit" -Grower. wires, :and with proper handling the Sp cialtu.

'":juices of the fruit before breakfast and received leaves will make a perfect: shade for Pavan .nnts $1 t per pound; nne.year-old
Having many inquiries in tr es, n ..cb.
the fruit 'which in
before a' great measure is
retiring at night will be W.
they R.RTPART.
regard to the Green Mountain Grape, out,'of the'way'of the birds, and it is li-5-2t Ocean Springs Miss.
:: entirely: cured i in a short time. It I will
much
answer through Jess'trouble
your paper and to pick the'wapes.. "
;acts pleasantly on' the liver and is a say what I know,about that Another 'point 'in its favor-the .
grape,
': sure cure for biliousness., It is also which, although it is not much, might ground is much better shaded by the Important J to Melon Growers

becoming popular served in slices ,as prove conclusive for it vines in "this way than by the old
some as certainly method of
oranges and sugared," contiuued Mr. did for the'upright trellis. The PLANT
me. vines ONLY PURE SEED.
;: seem to get around better, the
.
medicinal Redfield; and, again referring to the Two years last September. 'I was in sap flows, .. more. .freely,-making- a. better T ran supply Melon Growers--- wfth...---
virtues of the article, he I the office of the T. S Hubbard Com growtn, ana it is much less' labor to pure stock Watermelon Seed of all

said that "in slicing it up care should pany, Fredonia, N. Y., when a }box) train them.' standard varieties, my own growth, at

, be taken to avoid the white skin came by that This new catalogue of mine (pro- lowest market prices.To .

which divides the 'plugsas it contains the express created a stir vided I am capable of publishing it,) those purchasing seed of me, I
among members of the firm and contains 'many instructive ideas as to will fu nish full
particulars
to
.. quinine, but is very wholesome employes, who gathered around' to the origin of the citrus family and ing, fertilizing, cultivation, as plant-

:- to take in the spring of the year or see the contents of that box or basket, the peach and pointed essays on general Address etc.

; when one feels announced as specimen bunches of culture fertilizing and
,
languid. If taken pruning. W. M. GIRARDE U.
: 'freely makes ,one feel like a new the new grape, Green Mountain. Lo! JAMES IOTT.Qrlando."illa. l-Mt Montlcello, Fla.
."".'.. the fine lot of disappointed people and .
person, and those who have been benefited the poor lot of unripe and unsightly .

,:' by i it prize it. very highly." grapes! The illustration shows a post, as ZL\lIPa..OVElD: : :
aboVe : :
In A few described, with a cross piece at
answer straggling bunches
question as to where and -long EXCELSIOR
the
how this remarkable fruit was grown enough but gracious! so meagre and three top, like the letter T,> canning

Mr. Redfield continued: "It is miserable, the berries covering Hardly wires.-ED.. INCUBATOR

grown in Florida where it is much half of the stem, and green! so green! Some favor a tariff for Simple Perfect .1klt.BerWu.
only
revenue somea
thought of and where it sells (for more well named assuredly! tariff with Incidental protection, and tome

money than orange, lemon, lime or That's all I know of the Green a taiIff for protection per ae; but 3 large ins-

: tangerine. By some it is called 'shad Mountain Grape. If anybody .knows Jorlly favor the free vise of Salvation Oil for

dock: ;,' but there is a difference be I more about it let us hear his story. oats anel.hrulsE'8.

: tween.them in both quality and taste. E. DUBOIS. An endless chain of certificate* verify the
.' excellence of r> Bull's Cough syrup Price Hundreds
For In
sue
years nearly every orange grower San ,Vineyard. Dec. 22, zSgo.-, 25 cents. |ceasful operation.!
e
in Florida has I Guaranteed
: had r to batch
r'_.... &____ _._ one or more grape J a larger percentage 'i_..o
II uu uces 10 Ins groves or near his Trellis for a Hot Climate. The department of agriculture at I f of fcrUJeeggs leu.< !
'
.:. house. The tree resembles that ol Edi'or Farmer and Prult-Grower : Washington, D. C., has published ......... u1 :I Bend eat than&a for any IHos.other Catalogue.hatcher. [t 3

the orange in shape, foliage 'and blo:;- Thinking it would not come amiss lately several] valuable, pamphlets on J ... a r. OED. H. STAHL, "fie'! ULuBr
,
.'. '-som, and the fruit grows upon ,it. in now that so many newcomers are fruit culture and nut-bearing trees, ,i
.; clusters hence the and official
,
name 'grape fruit.1The. planting vineyards in Florida I send announcement is made
'. ,
trees are often' so heavily laden you a little illustration of a plan of b y' the Secretary of agriculture that

:. : that:the limbs break or bend to the training the vine: that ,will be originalto the, pomologist of the department will :

:.i ; ground. The dark green foil 'ge and most people, yet it did not be glad to 'add to the list of persons to
,. originate
:. the.bright lemon color, of the fruit with me. I have often seen vineyards receive the bulletin the names of .

make a striking ntrast and a sight of the festival strain trained to an such as furnish concise reports on .

J.1 -'well worth seeing." arbor over head, so that all culture matters relative to nut culture. Others BUGGIES. HARNESS; at i PRICE

'; ) Mr. Redfield said, in conclusion was under the vine; but I never could ;. who are interested, may obtain the 1.7 Mi...t ...... FACTORY -d ....fRiODLi Mf A S
'1' ". that they "have paid particular, atten quite fall in with the plan. It bulletin, when published by applying ,>roflt .V *0.00 LEATHER TOP BCCCY; ,$...!
always Iris rlrtv
Hickory
.
W.MI..W..w..4 .5 .
tion
to this fruit for thr e years past, looked to me as to the.Secretary of.agricultureVash. Fait Wa.s. $39.60. 1 Ma Open. agq.'fll.i*.
though too much i.a Curt. "9 so. A good f 10 B. ) ,
and gf7 f4.lt.
in consequence,of its increasing strength of the vine was used in forcing ington,- 'D. C., or to the .pomologist t':. BUGGY ANIJ'O.\RT aru.j.U : CO.,

'popularity* band demand, it has attracted the sap up so far: The plan I direct. Cincinnati, 'Onto.
the. attention. of the Floridagrowers <
shall tell of
you originated, with "Fred.
::'
and several, large groves Dengler, of Hot Springs,. Ark one:of
-1... have' been ,planted: with i it exclu the most thoroughly practical vine SYMPTOMS OFPARESIS

.sively.." The fruit, sells for$3 a box yard: ts of my acquaintance. o 0
., 'of between and -
50 100. Philadelphia The description I copy from my last
.Lclgcr. I'IOOb9UMPTION
.t catalogue: r .
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TRAINING.No .
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: :Japan Mammoth Chestnut.gOf .
prescribed rule can be given as

; ; .: thin chestnut Mr. William' Parry I to pruning and culture; good judge ( OF TUB.BRAIN). THE JJRAIX fron a pilot trpii).

jr'of.i...Parry N. J., saps ,it is "among ment comes in here first rate, but I /it Healthy Pirtdition. With Paretlt Zftton*.
the most valuable recent introductions can say something of a new mode of Restlessness a feverish feeling,sleeplessness,periodi3 headaches dlzzineu. dimness oriWoo.
ringing in the ears difficulty In thinking trouble in remembering; names and the frees even of
froraJapan and
'quite'distinct from the training, that for this 'all-the-year, friends. The victim of Paresis is often shocked or annoyed by little noises and trilling things.
European'varieties, being hardier and warm sunshine I think ,preferable The nervous system is often in such condition that very slight causes or even no cause at all,
; are of frequently
a flavor '
superior and
the
to old plan. > ,followed by seasons of despondency mental deprenlon alternating with period of wild iltesive
sweetR&& The leaf is long and nar I prepare posts six feet long ?and hopes.' When the brain begins to consume or decay many of these symptoms become aggravated.
: ( The world seems strange or different from what it in the
row*ltkea leaf was past,thought becomes a positive
y peach of dark green they should be pretty heavy, say 6x6 effort and life an intense burden.

color, making a very ,ornamental inches); shoulder on a 1}(x3 inches; 2 The system needs soothing toning, and building up. Something unusual Is demanded.
lawn tree"" And here!fa where the great difficulty has always b een-to find something pure and yet positive
feet.long, cross piece which is spiked f la its results. The late Prof Phelps,of Dartmouth College, realized this ,when he began his In
,
*.:" In relation to the character of the"Huts nvstlgationwhichresnlted In,the
securely to the top. The posts are discovery of, Pslnc's Celery Compound. He blew sea and
he The 'women required something heretofore unknown to the world and his great discovery has fur ,
; : chestnuts
says Japan two and one-half feet in the ground, nished it.,This compound checks Parcels,even silent has secured a foothold In the system.
.', like 'the Spanish have bitter skin Taken on the approach of the first it will
a being well braced, which''' leaves the t symptoms positively prevent their Increase. Its high
endorsements by the medical fraternity and he it is
which should be cures affecting easily account far its wonder-
remoyed before eat, cross-piece three and 'one-half feet Sal'& popularity and the unusual stir it has caused in this community.

ing raw, when the kernel, l'beneath will from the ground. To the middle of DIAMOND DYES
are Strongest Simplest. Fasteet.G. .
: ,be sweet and good, or the bitterness the cross piece I attach a galvanized

/f the skin will, disappear by cooking. wire, which will do for the first season -

,.>/- Nothing is said as to the latitude. .north after planting to train the vine to. The '

-,. of actual hardiness the fair,, ,,
; presumpjion next spring put on two more wires, one .
.however, is that ,the trees will on'I each end of the cross piece, which 'PENIA.ARA.V'INE

: not be entirely hardy where the Mad"einaso will form a flat arbor two feet wide,

( ''called English) walnut; is not. three and one-half feet above the .
.
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,THE.FLORIDA ,
D I It
The first rA/AirktcStrawberry usualtyvappear -

: JiR&R; Ji TR: J e1\E\ \.' trash ditches which'since has he been cleaned rotting up the in bedsin ,the Glucose acids,. .alkaloids.! % .and. -,organic. -29< days. here during the February latter and part 'of as

-- is excellent fertil- Sugar. . . '. 5.1.; January or early in
It an in mar-
first
August.
Culture-No.1o. mulching. Crude fiber .. .. 1.19 your State is usually every
izer as well_ as a fairly good, is of special inter
informed the weather ket this information
Weare not as to dislike the "dirty Nitrogenous bodies'. . 1.03 <

conditions, .in other parts of the Fastidious growers their, Starch _, . 2 I.24 est to your readers. There is a new
to be pitched'on berries
black stuff" field. The
State, but in Bradford county it con but this is You will see by the above analyst: Richmond in the f
than thegrowers fresh, bright green plants; offered here now, as well as those in
and rather warmer
tinues dry sentiment. The first rain will that the Cassava is a plant especially; and other Western
like to see it, as it brings on mere the and Chicago, Kansas City,
it leav- rich in carbohydrates, sugar
!'wash the sand down through from Los Angeles, California -
The experience cities, are
blooming too early. and this starch together amounting to nearly;
matter on top, that
the a
of them last taught them ing strawy this single although it is possible
of most year well as the 26.5 per cent. Judging by I
about mulching answers every purpose small portion of the Chicago offerings
not to be in a hurry analysis I should say that the Cassava
reshcut article.-ED.: This is the first
if the from the South.
under these conditions, even root would prove an, excellent food of came
blossom freely. It was RICaseava : time that our market has been favored
plants begin to Economic Factor. an amylaceous nature for man and
as an Still do not
:found best to keep off the mulching as beast. Its deficiency in nitrogenous with California berries. we
Editor Farmer' and Fruit Grower: Golden State will ever be-
order have an believe the
in to
long as possible, bodies however must not be forgot
:: I have promised, to,write an articleon rival to Southern
opportunity to subdue the weeds; es the ten. As a food it is to be comparedwith come a formidable
.pecia1ly'since the absence of ,rain left Florida's "coming root crop, the rather than the cereals. shippers. The great distance, involving -

the fruit free from sand. As long as Cassava. The object of the present In feeding potato.cassava I have found it five days and nights ride, togetherwith ;

the weeds. keep growing, our advice is paper is to induce my brother that will farmersto save best. to add a little bran, oats or corn. the heavy express charges, will

to hold>> the mulching off, even to theistroth produce something Mr. J. B. Hudson tells me that chufas prove the greatest obstacle .to surmount. -

or isth of February, and to money; for not one dime at present. will not only take the place of con The berries: for instance, we
the sale of the
from
pet:: ,vere in cultivation, because the can be realized for hogs, but that he has never founc received were so mouldy and damagedby

picking; season lasts so long in thi Cassava root, though something maybe ; diseased liver in a hog that was fee the delay, or time involvedcoolas
made selling the seed cane. I a been-that to t ake
State that the weeds become very bad, by ; them. Everything eats Cassava; the weather has \
in the heart of the orange belt and on about one half hadto
am
conditions
favorable feec them presentable,
under the most flock of quails come to our
of a
realize that for some parts' unfit to eat
fully out wholly
end be thrown ,
before the comes.Parts"of Our cabbage patchis
some of the best plantations: Florida, after the grove is in full bear: place regularly. worms bother our The growing of berries at Los Angelesfor
the income from a small grove is near by, so no of the Rockies has
of our acquaintance, were not mulchec ing, cabbage. A quail or a lark is worth the market east
has
,last ,winter ,until after fruit had beer princely. One of my neighbors his weight in gold in a cabbage patch. so far been experimental and began
acrc
picked from them in a scattering I way just sold the oranges on a ten I' Paste that in hat.) My wife is i only last year. Last season the offerings -
; ( your
and at prices ( i well that
for $3,000 ( present small and fared so
for several weeks, and the plants were I grove writing some recipes how to cook Cas. were
Bui
full of small berries when it was finally : they are worth over $5,000) table See "Our Rural the acreage was more than doubled;
for use.
(
It is undoubtedly this does not.alter the fact that while' sava If want now the fruit is going out in every di-
applied. ) you
Home"
better unmulched the,grove is being made, and in less department. rection and a portion of the distribution -
the ground
that, plants grow Cassava on same
thY they do mulched; this fact has favored localities it is well to produce to plant and have it the round is left; to the Express Companies,
year
been abundantly established in ,Bradford something that. will ,fill the ''hungrygap every year the following plan: Plant a lot who are doing their best to find profit-.

the winteris ," or, if our fond dreams of beingan adopt able markets for the Californians, sinceit
Then too if
county. the required size, let the rows run
acts orange. king ,are never realized, good deal to them in the
unseasonably dry the mulching both and hills four or five feet means, a
independent
as an .absorbent of dews and fogs and will make us self-sustaining and ,ways'cultivate like corn. When the matter of charges.It .
apart
strains,out of them the scanty moisturewhkh wintervegetables I roots get large enough to begin to use, ,is unfortunate to all concerned,

; !they jplants 1 '.and :;the soil\ oughtto t But, says one, why not raise. commence on one side and pull four shippers and receivers alike, that berries -
? If we do, first we must the markets
receive. Day after day, last winter, five rows as wanted clear across the should be thrown on

the mulching would be nicely moist depend on the transportation compa or lot the vacant space with mulch, ?o very early-so close to the old season
cover
lies.and are wholly at the mercy of taste or appetite
ened with dew in the morning, only leaves and, so continue. Use The public
or ,
;!
,
the commission man, and our past ex ; grass opportunity to
it all back to the atmosphere If lots should be given an
togive; bone or potash. your
unlim some
'does warrant an and
not would prevail
if there perience Better prices
o'clock, whereas, will give ripen
before: 10 it never
j had been no mulching on the ground'"for ,ted amount ol faith in ,the integrityf large enough CHARLES F. MAt be sustained if they did not appear be-

,the dampness to, sift through thepknts } the one,or the honesty of the other. Fla. / fore the first of February. .
the most ,imporant Eustls,Lake Count will 'not
and time
I' and the porous upper' layer ,of Second, perhaps These few facts at this

the :soil would have,received, a much gentle'reader, although you may California Strawberries in St.Louis. ome amiss to either the Florida or

share of it.. not have thought of it, there is an important editor Farmer and Frult-Orower. California shippers, and will enable the

greater'. Of course, if there is no rain thereiy' economic. question involved The fruit trade here has been surprised ;growers at rival points to see the facts

no object in mulching, for there is icre. The,money you pay for transportation by the arrival of several,crates is they exist. P. M. KIELY.

nothing to 'spatter the sand on the goes down in the pockets: oft of strawberries during the past few St.Louis,Mo.
wealth is
class whose

fruit Some their growers mulching last-, strIpped winter afterapplying off continually non-producing: being used to shape'legislation 1891. Home Grown,Honest,Reliable.

cleaning so that you, brother' farmer,, I offer you my Vegetable and Flower Seed Catalogue for
the a good
and( gave plants robbed of the FREE. Note the immense yariety of seed it con
continually
it again. are ,being coowins .
of weeds, then put on and that
All cultivation has to be ,stopped< proceeds of your honest toil, notwithstanding much mere show about it(JOU don't plant pictures)
the
of
the from photographs of scores
Adams' fine engravings
Mr. partner, but
allow the plants repose Would it not
finally in order to choice vegetables I have introduced.
'in".which to bring forward and railroad, president's, strenuous effort bewell to get the seed of these from_first-hands--"?* To be the
M
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that we are all equal part oldest firm in the United State expre&a
fruit in to "
perfect their fruit But January prove business a specialty p-ave" p***_ .*.-"" uw.-' booIF -
of in is the **':,.*abet' "'caD rat oo. K ata-
half February dealing
the first any onble
or ners.But ., :nand of eovelfll
"H : page
what has all this to do with is FREE as ftfff % -
quantities' (unless the,season is whollj logue interest or/coOt tt .,** this. Whatever we 1891. .
exceptional in the North, as it was lasventeris Cassava? Just t'L.

) 'not.in,demand. We:,woulc produce that we consume, renders us DiA i""",.'J. .c''!. 'r'i' Lc I,\

rather disregard it or gather and shij more, and "our friends the enemy"less \.,'" I L. "

what it will fetch, and continue independent; and if ,we are Independent D '
it for 1- Ashes
*
:
what ;
the,cultivation until near the ordinary we 'can demand we ::: .
dependent
weremain
-
than to stop and put want., But so long as -
,shipping season; we shall be compelled to take Rank at the head'of the list for quality
and to gatheringberries
on, the mulching j go
as a business (the weeds coming what we can get. 'Therefore: we are And Take the Lead E Yi-.r vnere.They .

) at a time able to see in the luxuriant growth of where no other
meantime) and wagon Umber,and
on apace .: mills manufacturing car
will from
which obtained
ashen; fruit of this kind is not particulaHjf he: Cassava a club with we are best of hard woods. No, other brand Is obtained from sources that inure -
the
,with,herculean blows (uel Is used than will buy
Ashes
strike Hardwood
able MD"
:Wanted in the North 'This late DC to so uniform a quality. A Dollar Invested In Diamond

cultivation ould be very light, barely he giant monopoly whose greedy demands nore actual plant food than In any other fertlllxer ou the market.

.J deep:.enough to cut; off the'weeds with seem measured only by'our ACTUAL RESULTS .. 1

sharp-Hoe: and,close about,the,,plant : ability to pay. the outgrowth experience are more convincing than mere theory based,upon
a, That are
The analysis of Cassava, as fur. who has proven to his own sausaction *
the
hand. hence grower
' should be pulled out by chemical analysis or a printed.formula,
they twill and productive grope or ..
lished by,the .United StatesDepartnent unleached hardwood ashes make n thrifty
hoe should have.a keen edge put that pure other me&u'wIK tea-
The
Division of soil,and that,too,for less money than by any
of
Agriculture lightest
flat file orchard on the
with asbe
hour 'a new the "strongest"'
.. oa it every brand,for he will at once recognize In them
is as follows: Ify to the merits of this
off Chemistry
be shaved' ,
so that the weeds may he ever used. For prices,terms and other particulars,address
< DEPUY
C. E. ,
j surface.jWfeea.raukhing \ ,
close tthe j10.44sh.
does come'on the ,_ .. .... .. ,, !. Stockbridgtj, litehl an'

.:b..,grower. should: \ ;not:.neglect the.old.; .'. DilorJat.. .?.,* ,., %;.._ 'h,**..*.i;* .38. ,, ': :

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-" <, cultivation, the prospect is most en- ducks, this fall, and I am yet of the T. V..MUNSON,

Live p ocl\ couraging, and fine stock of all kinds opinion there is' nothing among the NURSERYM:.

homemade meat and dairy products ,: feathered tribe more profitable. The Introducer the- and
great good
_' ..._ ...,-__._ ......- ..:. IJ will be common. Brilliant Parker fr.arle. :, ratvoerry.

,8took-Growing in South" Florida. Don't forget the great poultry show Campbell: GRAPES.SALESMEN

Our correspondent, Mr. D., R. at Charleston, January 13 to 17. It Herman Jaeger1Romine1 .

; Poultry.; will probably be the only opportunitywe Will mall his valuable catalogue of tried
AmeranAgrulthrut.The Southern frusta free. Address,
..........-.,- - shall have for years to, see the A. T. V.MUNSON. Denison TexlUl

.'..", system of importing working Egyptian Hatchery, Etc. P, ,A. in session. The prospects Please mention this paper 1141-4

animals and their food, together with Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. for a large exhibit. The rates will be I

human food, comprising such staplesas Again Mr. Cadwell, our representative reduced to one full fare for the round I

bread and meat and milk and but. at Cairo, Egypt, gives, us more trip. Exhibition,birds returned free., WANTEDin

ter; as well as luxuries, is nowhere light on the Egyptian system of hatch- E. \V. AMSDEN. every unoccupied locality. FARJfERXLM '

pursued, more deleterious 'extent ing, in a letter of recent date to the Ormond, Pia preferred.toeellourxprayinrOatdl..Xx.clusiveterritory And big wages to responsible*
than in the "orange belt" of Flonda. Rural New Yorker. He has visitedan < men.Others need not wer.We manufacture the
Poultry Notes. new Knapaaek Rpre.'erforVIneyards,and the
In no country are there greater rea incubatory and reports at length Perfection. atiretheliqatdautomaticallyaMwtU
Editor, Farmer and FruitGrower.Poultry .pr..loo. truss par komr. Writ.for Urns at oac..
sons for a different course; first, be- what he saw, and describes the build. should be fed and managedby TlaMUmoa.,.r =LD I'OJ.CE IVKI CO.LOCUOJLT..r.

cause home breeds of stock are health. ing, with its two stories and ovens,

ier, hardier and more useful better and capacity of 270,000 eggs in one regular system. chicks, COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY.
Force the late hatched now
KT.
suited to our conditions. But raising season of three months, all the work LEILNCTON
cooler weather has set inj they will Highest Award at WwkTi Cxpdd
horses and cattle for work, beef or being done by a man and a boy. ; Book-keepiae.Bul.....8b.rtfcai4TrpWritUf *-
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butter, cannot be thought of in connection The expenses of the ,building, he improve wonderfully. .&a. 13 t .cbr*. 10,000 Grm4 sad*.Ttfecraphy ui fa! Bul_Uigku.... ftfin 10008ftdt #..
It does not pay to give one hen' too AUrM WlLBCit K. SMITH, rm't, ..Lu18awX,.
with importing forage and says, is about $1,000 in that country ;
chicks to care for or 18
orn. stock for work and it is feet 'and six. many ; 15
Keeping sixty to seventy long
biddies is all OLe hen ought to be allowed
for food involves the necessity of teen feet feet high. The total thickness to brood. CONSUMPTION.

home production of its food. Naturally including the packing betweenthe
Young chicks should not be taken I have a positive remedy for the above disease;by Its
Northern people, suppose there walls, is about ten feet; It requires from the nest until at least twenty-lour QM thousands of eases of the wont kind and of lone
be in the Uadmc have bee eared. Indeed so strong is my faith
must some great difficulty the ten days to get building
hours old; neither will they requireany in its efficacy,that I will send TWO Bonus nxzwtth
way of forage-growing and meat-pro thoroughly heated throughout, but feed until ,then >VALU.ABLETREATISE on this diseaM to any ratIferer .
ducing, as it is well known that the when once healed it holds the warmth, who will send me their Express and P.O.address.
There seem to be no ducks better T. A. Slocum, M. C., 181 Pearl 8U N. Y.
cotton regions as well as' the orange with a little fire every day or ,two.
adapted to this climate than the Mus
belt import about all their grain, hay The required temperature of 98 to 100 They will stand the heat of .........Lt.
arid bacon. In comparison"with the degrees is kept up for ninety days, the covy. e"c -zd 0 IS;'ii
summer admirably. They are a
prairie region there are difficulties, time the ovens are in operation.. Mr. prolific duck. very .-..-=e.z..J.'c.1; -..-,i..
but with the''Eastern States Cadwell makes of the s= t
:compared a special note Why do so many breeders, go wile :t ."" I."Io
there :are no disadvantages that are saving or the economy of this way of -Q.q-5.o"
over the Indian Games? There seemsto ::o. i;
not more than'offset' by the opportunities artificial hatching over the machines : r _
be no special point of excellence as t
for all-the-year culture. A in use or the natural method. c.g".. .... < .;.:
a practical fowl, and they are certainly 51;"' '';..'"
wooded land, and still more a raw palmetto Just think for a moment. A man ornamental ao t opMVz.p ; ::.J..
not a variety, being "Ci cfd
land and do all this work in three very .s
are expensive to clear and ,a boy about'as'' handsome as a Turkey Buz :Z:;

break upa; poor soil expensive to months : Hatch 234,000 chicks from zard. .. _...=... .-e:a:

fertilize. But the last named' fact is 270,000 eggs, .care for them until'a All fanciers now have their eyes soa'o III&": .M"CI.
the greatest argument for keeping week or more old, turn the -
eggs IQ: pap.111aoa
turned toward Charleston, S.C., wherein .. .
stock, as by it a part if not the whole while undergoing incubation, three to January will be seen one of the .. ". g...... :..-.-..

expense of fertilizing maybe provided five times every twenty-four hours and finest shows'of poultry and pet stock 3we'oa .dtaF =
see to,the disposing of all the chickens, "' .a o
for.What ever seen in America. It will cer .. ........ ..
are the,forage crops? Crabgrass and, what is more remarkable, never tainly be a great poultry boom for the s. 5.s.s a"e:

indigenous, only requiringthe allow the heat to get below 98 nor Southern States. '" : .:2 :.e tII,
ground to be plowed in spring more than 100 degrees,and depends en .:.:";" :;:s cZ:!.s
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or'summer, there's no uncertainty, no tirely on his feelings to regulate the Surplus Stock.' ._.".. C .:.:A.s_:-...:G.-0..ig C.. .;0:: -.IIotl

doubt about the catch; it comes, comes temperature, as no thermometer is The'source of much loss in poultryis Q -a.. :"-" 'Ga..A.. Q
I.a ,.! :.-:::! !; ':ii;i
Always and on any land, with fertilizerfor used. the keeping of a large number ot I.. C .C" "; S .
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v! .
the poorer lands, will make a cropto The oven crop of chickens in Egypt, useless males or unprofitable females, .., CO s 'i: ;.:: IS
be mowed. Cow ,peas and rice Mr. Cadwell says is 15,000,000 an- and a few good hens are therefore com- .. = .. .o "CI I..R'OQIEa G
make and of the which would 1 3 I: \i ep8 oa.-silll...
forage grain, some nually, require 1,500,000hens pelled to feed a number of birds that III.Q t .Ij

sorghums and millets seem especially to hatch 20,000,000 eggs and give for'themselves no return. Such cCO cac bo: .g..S-oz.a.,,wjBAoeuld 1a

adapted to soil and climate. I haven rear the chickens. All would haveto should not be the case. There is no ......=.>Co!..'?,.= "".. =t .1.s: II[

w growing an admirable sorghumof be fed for two months. As Egyptians necessity for the keeping of a single ... E.. /o a..;."Qd...a C".:..r...wZa'.- -=,.CI!.:1-1

great productiveness, one set. of are noted for their economy, we male after the hatching period is over. CO {CS; c31rA:: 'i;' !r,1r10. :

heads have ripened, another comingon may be able to learn a profitable lesson A hen will lay as well without, the 0tf &I..!= i a1:?
) seems wonderfully adapted to from their thousands of years' ex of males as when with them. O..aba 'L 0A'= : :
presence = :: -
poor soils as it matures abundance of perience. I am of the opinion that When a hen becomes a persistent sit &0..il;-l z'1! tii AI:1..8i! t:r

seed alongside of others .that make something similar to the Egyptianovens ter she is usually in a fat condition, 0 =s _"tJJQI.. ... e -

"none at all, and what is more, it is could be operated successfullyin : and instead of losing time in trying to a. L tZ ",".' ..o.a'.M-_g" ....a ......_..._:
relished all stock. The Florida The first would ran highly' by requisite her market. :
"break her let to :
up, go E :'t '; e ::
Northern stock grower and' the foreign be t to get stock enough to lay the The greatest profit is made when thereis 'W "r.1::e!.wy ." t-ol:J
tUS.i.jl ==t .:! :I'
farmer raise turnips and beets, eggs, for it would be up hill business no useless stock. To he in a profit.

and make beef, pork, milk and butter. to: depend on eggs you cculd pick up. able condition: ,every hen must be a

We have' a crop far superior in nutritive So many would prove infertile. We' contributor to the egg-basket, and a

:qualities, in productiveness, in are in hopes to live to see the ex- regular one. Ten good laying hens

cheapness, is relished by everything periment tried in Florida. should not be required to support forty

M on the farm, even the children. It others; and the whole flock be'condemned

may be left to grow year after year; From a book on duck culture, writ- for.. the failure of a portion.

the'roots removed any time winter or ten by a Mr. Bridge: ot Athol, Mass., To get rid of the surplus is to allow

summer. I refer' to Cassava, the we find in his advice for feeding ''he I more room for the laying hens, and it

greatest starch plant in the world. It re :ommends a large amount of animal lessens competition and strife. Young

'is:a plant coming into great promi food, and says if ducks 'are fed a: suf--lock will bring more now than if kept

nence. ficient quantity of animal 'ood they until later\ in the season, and their sale
!
There.are good reasons why a semi, will require very much less grain and reduces both cost ot food and care necessary -

wild stock growing in Florida,, is not I will not-eat more than a hen. If':thisis to be bestowed.: -Ex.

successful,'at least is so' only to the a fact, now that grain, bran, etc., .-. DIRECT SA.LES.A.TTDTJOJl' .

extent of producing about the meanest are so high we can afford to feed desic- 11'eurrtluie. P".ISU'UI Tarn" *n>YIOKTABUI Oaowras

beef and milk stock in ''the known cated fish in any quantity, forat two And those troubled'TUb'nervousness relieved resulting taking: The No.3 Cutaway.. 4-feet wide,at ISJfc;cash wait
will be by
.'world'and' ; 'that is the quality of the cents per pound it is cheaper than :tram.care Browns: .ce overwork Iron Sitters. Genuine;}l t.wder.: frail stock;)"E.in warehouse.8. RUBBABIeE: Send!K&teA..acL for e4mUars...
PotBC.J1&
wlld'luturage-out'when'lt; 'comes to grain. There is a great demand for.. ,JaM trade ma.rk&Dd crossed red lines on wrapper.



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anges, cotton, .tobacco,. deciduous: : tailed i : Gartland's band will be there, blizzards which come down from Dakota .it"
1,0 A ItSPATC I OWQ >rut: >"Lily" ,is no more. Secretary with a continental breadth and
fruits'and ) In the futurcj i
It' Dq 1 ( vegetables. ..* Adams: is a. host in himself, but the massivenesst we have very little, faith ,-.; ,{
= heretofore shall seek to makethe State his assistance in forest barrier which .
ARU LI'fi TU IIAIIW.r as we ought to come to any man can /

: -.. '. paper as valuable as.possible tour gnce more., Once more Florida erect in a lifetime. But a broad belt A--.
JANUVRY 11881. .should help the Sub-Tropical is of the native pines, towering high

subscribers by answering, ,proper too late now for it to "go it alone"- above the grove, may well be retained, -

STEPHEN POWERS, ., Editor. questions, giving addresses,, of ,trustworthy 'but after that it should be bidden to allowing} the wind to drift between "

P Q Ad'LAw'ey( ; Fla. take care of itself. their trunks with mitigated force, "for
commission houses i in Northern
The punishment and humiliation of we, believe it is a well settled principle

Babflerlbert in ordering their paper cities, etc. ;' : ...:.' ., the. .metropolis have been great. Politicians among orange growers that it is'better -
obftBged from ont.fcddrefca. another,:will,In '
& are no worse in Jacksonville to let the wind with broken impulse .
; pass :
the ?
all saes,'please jive.both the port-office from We ask you to help'us .extend' :
whlob.and the one to whlcbii they desire.the .than they are ,anywhere else under through a lofty obstruction thanit .
chft&ge. A;milur.1o do to I III often a source circulation of our paper., Many de ,the .same conditions; but these conditions is to leap over a low but solid obstacle -

of great trouble ,to,the mailing clerk and annoyance sirable J immigrants become,dis'couraged: have been full of opportunity, and swoop down a little be-

,to.the mbBcnbeft and this fair city has staggered like a yond with increased violence.j" ?,

and leave the State for lack of a, little drunken man with misrule, factions We can hardly conceive of a. more 5.
Publications"Received.Tra&Mdioas '
timely information' as to agriculturaland i 'and race quarrels, corruption and in- useless and vapid function than to .
,
of.the Mass.. Horticulture. Society .-. "
solence. A plague worse than the bring a of school childrenand
: company
,18W.Horticulturcl. horticultural methods her ., In : "
Art Journal,November Rochester yellow fever has hung over the city. plant trees with ceremony and '

York. ,';,' putting. our paper into' their .hands Partners in business were hostile, laughter, only to let the town cows ..
Bulletin of the'Botanical Department of Jamaica merchant was against merchant, the break them down or the borers reduce .-.
help them and indirectly .
,
,Kingston., you may poor against the rich, the black their neglected and dead trunks to .f.:. .
Cornell University Ex.Station Bulletin! No (help' yourselves, by building up the against the white. There was sullen powder. Far better employ two or- .
:33, It aea. N. Y. '
discontent under House Bill No. three them out .
to set
SO cejts 4. competent men
Knowledge, a weekly magazine a country.
year,Jeton'Alden, N./Y.-brings'information a. But the State has punished and solid, and let the children, look on *

"up to dde," supplementary to the great cy Long-Staple Cotton-Growers'" Convention.As :( humbled its chief city-not any worse and do the christening-if they must, :" .:

clopediaS. than it has punished itself that was, hI' _
& entto American f>>r Jand iry, 1801. archltct !- not needed-but still harshly. Now The water oak is the most univers-1,),oJ>
'and builder! edition sum ptuouslyllustratel. : '
paper are should take off the native deciduous
of
: the State straightjacket ally popular our r
.... .. ... open to the discussion of the most' important unbind the penitent and lend trees (deciduous at least when )
questions,the day I thought I would.make young ::.
The Sun states that English peas a few suggestions. In the first place,the out- him' a helping hand. The strong and it is hardly worth while to bother .::.

have been sold in Gainesville (for $4.85 look of the farmer is very gloomy,especially common, sense of the AngloSaxonrace with any other, unless it might be a- : .

bushel lately. : In the Sea Island.cotton-growing section and is asserting itself here, and Flor tupelo gum or a white poplar. Very. .
:
per as he Farmers' Alliance! seems powerless to ida send 'the few Northerners become well ,
',. ought, to to Sub-Tropical ever so 3
,
assistance, I that
render any woull suggest substantial peace offerings in token of acquainted with Florida oaks that ,
We acknowledge the receipt ol! a the Sea Island'ttongrowers come together
and form an ass elation known as the"Sea reconciliation. they can select a water oak infalliblyout
complimentary ticket to the International Bland Cotton-Growers'Ass. )ciatlbn,"distinct of the singularly tangled and ,,. '

Show of the Poultry and Pet and separate from the Farmers' Alliance, as Barnett Bros.' Account.Editor hybrid lot of trees which constitute,
''" the Farmer Alll nce is too, big a thing. That Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
tock.AS5ociation, Charleston, S. C., this family. It is best to employ an "
too and too, broad the, A. Kean & Co. failure >
t8,It h. long one way The S. '
native who is thoroughly. f ,
January 13-17. 1891.: other,and I am afraid we Sea Island cotton- caught us with a possible loss if experienced .,
growers will overlooked I The present outlook conversant with the varieties and pay : -
is realized of
Coll:, D. H. ,Elliott,'announces that is that we will bare to,unite for mutual nothing have offset which $6,02740'Ve endeavoring him a fair price for each tree guaranteed ;:
or we will have to grit raising the an we are .
protection to live and thrive one year. ,
the Florida Press Association will Maple, for we _have cut the garment to suit' 'to have the court allow of $5,300 Of the native evergreens,. only the" ., .".

,meet in: Ocala January 14th; and requests the cloth till the c'oth has about played out. I, discounted paper not yet due. If true magnolia grandtflora( ) in our
would further suggest that the Sea Island cot- this allowed it will make loss ,
members the ; our *' .
to apply to passenger ton belt only con tains a few counties In North judgment, will repay the trouble 'of .
without realized .
- : agents of the ,railroads, ove Florida! and South Georgia, with a portion of $727.40. anything removing and caring for it on the pine '' "-
the The report
from
South Carolina,so you see it is reasonable to bankrupt estate. uplands but on hammock lands the'live ,
r which they wish to travel for the usual ; ; r
; has that losersto
out we are
suppose that we could work better together gone oak is responsive to culture and
courtesies. with the whole Farmers' Alliance! Not the of The
... than amount $13,000. ,: -
with massive and ---
"" comes on a rugged
-" 1 want to beantggonlltlo.toth FafDen' ; jo
that us \- figures we give you are from the booksof
Alliance but separate at a coach is to a power which is not altogether so slow"as
Mr.. H. Luttichau of Earleton. the and correct.
assignee
von are "
train, ,to be hitched on o*unhitched at will 1, one might imagine. In a quarter;,
contributes to our premium list two best suits interests. I would farther We wish you to make the correc ;
MS our of a century it will grow into, grand. ',,r ,
ttuggestlhat no otherfirmer be admitted .except tion, as some of our Florida friends ? .{!
Chasselas Luttichau, two, MadeleineBlue proportions. So will the magnolia 1 if, :,.
Sea Island cotton* ,the think if the first
growers object may they only see ,
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two Black Hamburg, two Mal-- being to belter that class of farmers and'cet..a figures, that their agents here are un- in its transplanting, it is treated with ;

inger Eadz and two, Chasselas Fon- living price for Sea Island ,cotton-W. N.. fortunate. We wish to say that every unsparing severity. Take it up when ,
CONE:,in Lake City Reporter: no larger than.one's. thumb at the ,
tainebleau grapevines, worth together, account is paid up promptly, as we : "'
We heartily second this motion and ground, with as much earth as a stout.\

$5.30; which .we offer for six new would beg to suggest. the opening, dayat have business.. abundant means to carry on the man can move in a wheelbarrow, and, -

bscribers. Very truly yours strip off leaf it has before it is. .
su the Sub-Tropical Exposition in jack BARNETT BROS. every ;
moved. Then mulch and water it : *
/I sqnville as a fitting time and place- ; (Chicago,December 24. '* f
well in its and in year :.
Mr W C. Ladd, of Climax lay : r.* new place, a ,-
-..-.. A Practical Arbor Day.It you shall something that will be/fl.* ,

county, handed. us sample'of. syrup Florida Should Help the SubTropical. was a happy thought in the Governor very satisfactory. Keep plenty of; >,, .
.
made by him from the white cane. to designate Old Hickory's day leaf-mould or ditch scrapings about .it t :

Great care was used ,in skimming and The .sub-Tropical Exposition will for the general planting of ,trees. To and it will measure a foot toward the i/ {,

cleansing, and this ,sample is uncom- never be on a sound business basis effectuate: this appointment the people sun every year. .

menly dense and clear. The cane until the metropolis takes it in hand; should select sound trees, plant them The red bay, the white bay and thee .

like the Mechanics' Fair of San solid and take care of them afterward. holly have never given 'us _any ads f _t:

was grown on high pine land with Francisco, for instance, with: 'a corporate In cities it matters little whether the quate. return for our attentions. ;'-

cottonseed for fertilizer. company. Even under, this trees planted are evergreens or not, Of exotics we have high hopes of ', '

.rr. management it might declare Irish since the forests of Florida are almost the camphor tree, also of f' the Australian :,::

To GOT Friends. dividends in the concrete, Inn it would universally evergreen ; but for a wind or silk oak ((jGrevillia rolJusla). :4.: '

Judging from the number of specimen recoup itself in the increased business break to a grove some evergreen The latter went down to the ground'-| .

and thrift of the metropolis. The should be chosen because a leafless last March in Bradford county, but
; called for and the numberof
oeptes drift is in that direction already. 'The .tree affords little or no protectionwhen they !'ere only a year old and were'in '..

new, subscribers coming in, our wretched expedient of a lottery, debouching it, is most needed. On our luxuriant growth, full of sap and n'ew'[;

efforts! ,to make a ,good agricultural the, public conscience "to coasts, and especially on the Atlantic leaves conditions sufficiently untoward ,.'

make a Roman holiday; will not be side there are at certain seasons per to test severely the, hardy na-;, _', ; ,
'paper; appreciated. But, we shall repeated. Instead of that will\ bea sistent trade winds which the orange tives. They came up,at once and are 0......

relax RO effort to-make it still"better. Ladies' Bazar'for h i barter and grower: may well :toitify himself now from six inches to a foot higher ": ".- '.'

,a. traffic '(for full particulars, see "Our: against as best he-can, with an artificial than they were a year ago. THe; '

We sfcaM M*.'"I..':r give,t '**,* during" J the :-.new" year Rural Home" Department). .Salaries wind-break or with a fringe of camphor tree if frost proof here and'i4' F. ,

s.c. bagua; ; especial attention to or- will. be. reduced, expenses' .. .will. .. .' be" .cur-.""trees, ; ; but as. against. the occasional a tree of much promise.; .. Some :Au's' =.1' a

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tralian.,,blue gums in Bradford county I "Second crop Irish potatoes that ripen in October kept constantly wet from the time of sowing THE MARKETS. -
had attained a diameter of three or'I are best for seed* Plow a furrow In light, to transplanting. Thus treated they will be
four inches but 'the freeze January warm soil that drains well,plant either whole less liable to be attacked by the cabbage fly
potatoes or Iwo REPORT BY FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
gad eyes a foot or fourteen and other Ina cta.
86, killed them root and branch.; : Inches apart in three feet row,cover with JACKSONVILLE-.V. 1&00.
But survive BeARSe-.U'Jsonly In extreme:: South, Florida Markets still reported firm and nales continue -
they might plenty of well
many ordinary rotted manure! s'x inches deep.
to show
that with .
11 is worth while to plant string bean up excellent average
winters, and in South Florida If they come up too early,so that frosts might In January. The Golden Wax the Sever snow storms are reported from all the
Improved
they ou? 1 ht to receive a thorough trial! destroy them in January or February, plow Early Valentine and the Kidney Wax are recommended the large movement fruit centers of fruit.but there Twenty is no sales check held to
for tHeir' around them and hrow twj or three inches during the week averaged
reputed great anti-malarial above all others. I2.9J per box.
of mellow.earth m them. They wl'l.find their Prices today can be quoted a* follows :
virtues: The sour orange, if manured, way through to daylight in good sea-on. No BKKTS.Are tolerably hardy,but it is hard Fancy. $3 50 to $375; cholco bright, $3-2 to
will do'. ly worth while to them 1350; bright russet $3 to $336; choice russet,
well'on pine land, and it has danger of smothering an Irish potato with, plant yet in -North $175 to $3.25; ordinary bright and russet, 12 to
not been our observation that boys rich earth or rotten straw. Keep them'covered Florida. The Early Blood and the' Early $2.75; Tangerines 14 to $8; Mandarins, IS to
club it'for its fruit in this way with earth thrown on with Egyptian are considered the best for ship f5 50-demand not active. Urape-frult, slow
verymuch. sale at$1.75 to 13.
nlnvr f\f Ytrrr, .. w1f.. Vi tmxnmi,. .mi.tart 111..l .*.... an.. "i ment, and by being planted now in the southern We .
-- --- ---:' -- -- ,- &<& recommend liberal shipments as we do
when the danger from frosts Is over let them part of the State they might be, made a not expect any unfavorable changes.
Work for January come out and spread themselves in the warm.qnhtne profitable crop. We are acquainted with a citizen -

IK THE QBOVK.-It l. not too late yet to tie and balmy,breezes of March." of Ocala. who, by extended inquiry, one REPORT BY G. S. PALMER.
up joaog trees, say' ,under four yean, with In South Florida potatoes may be plantedat year,found out that very few people are goingto 'New YOBK.D c. 27, 1880.
rope ofloDg 'mots, hay ,or old newspapers once; in North Florida a crop of any size plant beets; whereupon he planted largely) Rdcelpl of oranges for>> the week closing
of them, and cleared over that to day. ,32,951 boxes, which Is not
wrapped around several times. Branches of had better not be put luto the ground until IA70J on one that this Included' the Christmas heavy,considering -
p'ae two or three to a tree,may beset around late la January or In February. An excellent vegetable. The young plants are "excellent piles. 'There has been a steady movement sup-
the. trunk with'their ends stuck In the ground fertilizer for this crop Is dark cot- salad, tops and all. Make a very mellow rich throughout the week and the market In well
and secured little tonseed meal (to be place for:them. Pour hot water on the seed cleaued. up on all desirable grades and
by mound of earth,'while supplemented sizes. What is left consists tuostiy of large
and let it
a tiring)J. tied around the middle and another with sulphate of potash soon after stand. twenty-four hours before fruit and we look for a cjntlmed favorable
at-the top.;, They are not afraid to acknowledge the plants comes up); and this should be planting. market on alt desirable lines. We quote se-
that they have frost in California without delay strewn along in the furrows PZAS.-Maj be planted at once, and everytwo lect linen Blz.-s.'cbulce choice, $i;fruit medium$3.25 grades to $3.50 and; straight lines
and not backward, in protecting small trees Intended for the seed and cultivated in. If weeks for a succession. The earlier dwarf $2.75; tuxaCisanti iuferlor $2iOj;; Mandarins,
In this ,way, and they save money by so do- left, in any masses these will ferment and peas make an acceptable mess or two, butrto $2.50 to$3.50; Tangerines. U to $i
breed maggots which will anybody who means business and Receipts or' new Southern vegetable are In
ing. gnaw the pieces of really excess of the present demand except
Iir TEE NUMKBT.Unles*the situation is seed. wants peas to enjoy they are tolerably trifling. plant. which, if choice, will realize elf
absolutely protected by forest or water Early Rose should not b.planted in North The Champion of England is good enough for to $6 per barrel; inferior, 12 to 13 Green
I
wanted
and
agalnt ro tt a staging should be erected' over Florida until late in January, on account of most people If planted properly they will prices.peas String Mans would, ft to sell$2 per for crate.extreme Cucumbers -
the tree*,with forks and poles and pine boughs its liability to rot before It sprouts, If the stand the winter cold and resist pretty hard 'I l to II75; tomatoes, $2 to 33; beets,
spread evenly) over the entire nursery,or at weather is cold and damp.TOBACCO.January frosts,except when in blossom. The great $1.50 to 175.
least over the of It. and February are the failure moat people make in planting,peas4n
citrus-part This will se. L_ _nOO 0 rl'1 "' '''_ t. .t_ __. __..,__ ....__ ___ ___ -'
cure it against frost. A few spadefuls of earth Den uuuniua In wrncn 10 tow lead xor the main IL"&U& Y .11& uu" I'U..UlK IoU"W UUWII ueep QUESTIONS AND REPLIES.
thrown along the row on each side, bankingit crop; it is advisable also to sow a.bed in Marchto enough. They should be planted at least tix ...
up above the Junction of ,the bud will save furnish plants for resetting and late plant inches deep,and eight or nine would be better All reasonable question,coming from a subscrl.
the latter in a temperature when it would ing. It Is best to select two locations for seedbeds covering them three inches at first,and soon wltboui ber will viiarge.be answered If addressed. promptly to the editor. potnib-e at Lavrtey.: and
otherwise,parish,and even the stock, especially ; one in a low,damp p ace, the other on a by: relays as they begin to show above the Replies CAb not be given by mall
when it is a pomelo or a lemon,would rich upland In tLls way, If the spring uncommonly surface. If planting for a field crop plow a -
respond in a profitable way to a little atten- dry, the planter will secure a sufficient deep furrow tu wake a wide,flat bo&.tom. This 1. JAMAICA SORREL.}: Mrs. T. S.
tion of this kind,protecting the cicatrix whichis number of plants in the low bed, and wilt spread the peas out and give breadth to Johnson. Lecsburg. Write to Reaaoner
not yat as hardy the natural surface. conversely. Tobacco,)plants when young are the row,causing them to become intertwined Bros., Manatee, for seed and full information -
GBAFTIKO :AX.-Vor all cases where,it Is very tender and susceptible to injury from and hold each other up in the wind. Do not .
at aU poMlble we thInk: there is nothing better I frost,diouth or excessive. rain forget to plant them very deep aa a preventive 2. COMMISSION: \ HOUSES. Geo.
to preserve grapes than a deep banking Upon the spots selected lay don poles several of the"firing" and turning yellow at the bot- Fletcher, Paradise. List of trustworthy
wittx moist! earth. But when a graft ha to laches, in diameter, and on these crossways tom,which overtakes peas so generally this houses sent you by mail
be put l la above ground something must be thrown down smaller poles and brush- climate 3. CHEMICALS. C. S. Harris Holly
applied to exclude the air For outdoor work woe d and burn It. The ,large poles will hold On ION sIt is useless to spend time with the Hill. McKesson & Robbins, of, New
we prefer the following composition to all up the fire and enable it to consume. the entire Northern set-onions in Florida. They wilt York, quote carbolate of lime 8 to 10
others that we have tried:' Common rosin heap. Burn enough cover the surface make such vigorous roots.thaton* can hardly cents a pound; bisulphate,of soda, 50 to
tour parts, beeswax two parts,tallow one part, with a half-Inch or more of ashes;.the heat pull them out of the ground, yet the bulb 55 cents a pound. We inquired of three
melted,together,and after it is cool( it 1* applied will kill the Insects and, weed-seeds, and the will be insignificant in size. Bermuda seed of the principal .drugstores of Jackson-
by, hand, or when, in a liquid state ashes will supply the potash,wnlch: is no much ought to have been sown .two months ago fora ville, but no one had them in stock.
(melted) It may be spread with a broth,thinly needed in growing tobacco. field crop but in very rich, warm land it They are seldom asked for.
upon tough paper or thin muslin strips to be Clean the ground thoroughly of all roots and might pay to sow a few rowsyetlf not already 4. ORANGE LEAVES. Mr. Taylor
wrapped about the',cleft.IK slicks which, if left, would be fcwitched about done, for a home supply. Cover not over a Waldo. We sent the leaves to Dr. J. C.,
TileVisar UD.-It.. should be understood and give the plants the "sore shlus. Work half-inch deep and pat down firm with the Neal. State Experiment Station, who
by every grower in Florida that"grapes the soil thoroughly with plow or spade,pul- back of the hoe,Ifs garden-drill not u ed. says: "The leaves are lathe first stagesof
- cannot ,ba produced with any certainty or verize fine, and slope the surface so that rains The soil should be very mellow and very that bad disease dieback or red scab.
success for,any number of_years. .in! succession will) uot Hand on the surfaca. Mix the seed rich There are also a few Mytilaspi scales on
"severe pruning. In planting prune with meal or ashed, in order to insure uniformity A HOT-BJtD.-Thl. is little needed in this the ]leaves. This trouble I am now try-
offal but one cane, leaving.three eyes on in the scattering and then sow it on at climate except for the starting of a few very ing to study. Shall write Mr. Taylor as
that a&dUll! to the first bud. the rate of a teaspoonful (of clean seed to tender plants such as egg-planta, cucumber I Bulletin '
.up Proper prun ) a soon as get No. 11 off the list.
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lug is the.key to success Cat on Horizontal square rod of land. This will fUt lah plants ana 1oOmawes. .-.uw II a 100 lime to mUd 5. CASTOR BEANS. Griffing &
vines to -within two to four bu la from where i enough set an acre.VJCGKTABLCS. it,and it should be put in operation before Bradley, Macclenny. There are none
the vine}branches. Cat off" the main cane : .-For Western shipment the January goes out. Make a wooden frame, raised in Bradford county that we can
where tht last upper cane branches. beat vegetables to grow.are said to be string five or six feet wide and ten feel six Inches learn of.: Write to Geo. P. E. Hart,
Pruning may; be' done' any time after the beans, tomatoes, early cabbage, cucumbers long,and at least inches higher on the back editor of the Bellevie Blade; there were
ripening of,the wood in'the fall down to'the and blood beets. ,Eg plant and green peas' side than on the front This wilt take ,three some grown near that town, we believe.
time whoa the vines- begin to_bleed: The only do bet in A.lantio Coast markets,as'eggplant sashes,3%xj feet. Make an excavation eighteen 6. SPANISH MOSS. I want to com-
objection to early pruning U that it will cause is not much used In the West before a inches deep and bank up around the out- municate with a party in Jacksonvillewho
the vlne "to'start two or three weeks earlier full supply beglus to b* received from New side. Put in good horse manure which is not I understand
buys Spanish moss.
in the spring,and the new shoots are liable lobe Orleans;and peas are difficult to ship,tq the over, a month old; a layer eighteen inches He does B>t appear to advertise, and I
nipped"by the frost. Late pruning is',, preferable West,farther than Cincinnati, on I.ccoRDot deep, and then tramp it down to six or tight. cannot learn his name. Will you kindly ,_
f&r localities which are.subject to late their liability to heat. Put in anther, same th.ckueas.on top of the oblige by forwarding the enclosed letter _
frosts. The theory that the sap would have CABBAOKS.-For the Chicago market theEarly first and tramp-down as befo.e. Cover with to him or let me know his name and
but little effect on any one bud If acting upon Wlnnli gstadt is said to.>> I be the best because six Inches of rich earth,and after five or six address. HENRY ll. HARRISON, Au ran tie..
all the bais at once,as would be the case before it Is solid and gives a large number of days stir the ground to kill the weeds which Brevard county. I'

proalng took place:r while if concentratedon head to the crate rotten desirable'point with may have sprouted, then sow the se.ds. __'We _handed__your letter to W. W.
two or"three by pruning it would push the'green grocer); but for Eastern shipmentthe A layer of six inches or manure spread n,nt Cleaveand. The furniture dealers! buy
forward ,more rapidly. Then again, a Brunswick,Fott.er'a Improved B.uoiwlck on the surface of the ground, and the hot bed this moss. If not successful with. the
wound made on a vine by-pruning makes the and lure Crop are preferred by the Alachua built on top of It, or a simple cold frame the above party, try Clark & Loftiu,
remaining buds? a little more tender to the county trucker Plants for the main crop without any heating manure at all is often Jacksonville. :
cold than they 'Would'bave been otherwise. should have bean all set in the field before sufficient in this climate provided a warm, I 7. COMMISSION HOUSES. Chas.
As to the bleeding_ Dr.Onyot, French writer this time, but for later use need may still be sunny location is chosen and a good slope E. Smith, Courtney, Brevard county,
whose opinion was of great weight, did not sown. The cabbage is among vegetables what given to the surface inside. ,List sent by mail. -
believe,that it injured the vine to any extent; the urange is among fruit*','"a huge feeder." SUBSTITUTES FOB QLASS.-If the grower : 8. LIMES AND LEMONS. I have
and that,in aD7 event.It was much leas injur The soil fchould be very rich, not only in the I wants a large number of coid frames or hot three acres in common limes, and ask if
loa Jo the 'vine thanJ It would be by early' I Ipnmtsc. seed-bed but also in the field. bedsand withes to reduce the expanse ha can it'is: advisable to bud lemons on them; if
,to Induce it to send out shoots prematerely -' Plants should, not be thick: in the 'cover his sashes with olleu cloth instead of not. then Tahiti limes, and which would
only to be cut off by the frost bed; they become weak and spindling gla*.*. The following froni the American Gar you recommend? What fertilizer an!
IBWH PoTA'I'Ou.-ID his GarJen Marnal, ; they receive a stunt from which ten is pertinent to the subject: "To prepare how much for live- trees? HOT/
.Froteefeeraays: "In the South Iri h potatoes they will never recover. .Neither) should there cloth take old pale linseed oil,3 pints; sugar many stocks must Heave? H F.DA vis,
maybe pkmtod,la December earlier, 'in be any delay in planting when once they have of lead,1 ounce; white rosin, 4 ounces Grind Bowling Green.
neb a manner that ,they will not ,rot,, and: been taken oat of the grouud. It is batter every the acetate wllh a little of the oil; then add We hope some experienced,reader will
will sprout'and grow some in warm spells In way,for a gardeu patch, to sow' tilt seed the rest and the rosin. Use an iron kettle answer to the limes. There are sev-
the winter,but will not show their tops much where the plants are to grow, a few seeds in over a gentle fire. Apply with a broth, hot. eral excellent fertilizers advertised yin:
o&ttl tb y are pretty well out of reach'or'late the hilL The seed-bed should be watered every Calico or muslin are the cloths commonlyused. our columns. Apply five to tea pounds .
'kesia.y A 4', day,better several times a day,.in: fact per tree. "- iI.tc ",",

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c dry. It;pulls up. very easily, at,this leads,me to fully believe that this esti- I the Campagna all the year, round.This : .:.;/
al'Q.eIl :anQ / stage, usually bringing up allthe mate is below rather than above the improvement has,followed, liponn*'

....: '- '-.,.-'-... ...........;;; .- rootstocks and thus completely de number, actually consumed by these the extensive plantation.by the mpnkY :.
-" stroying it, except what seed may. be nocturnal marauders. With these facts of various species of eucalyptus-. -
8ocae Troublesome' Florida Weeds, in the ground at the time.; ,before us can any sane, man for one Gardiner's Chronicle. < ,!'
with,, Methods of Eradication. Acanteospermum xanthoides (Para: moment compare the value of one .',
No.4. guay Bur). A prostrate plant with screech owl to 336 small birds? No. Tube Roses in Florida. '

\ .',, H. SIMPSON( MANATEE FLA.: ] opposite leaves and solitary, heads of If you; love, esteem and value the With a display of fruits that em. \
Eupaiorwm scr&tinum. This ,plant yellow flowers. .Seeds.armed,on the small birds, 'relentlessly slay their destroyers braces oranges, shaddocks, lemons, ,
-. belongs te the'genus of plants known back with rigid hooked prickles. Introduced :, Never, let a hawk or owl limes, together wjthafine assortment of f
by the;bases f Boneset, Thoroughwort from Paraguay in wool: .I. escape. vegetables and farm products, here: is i .
Herapweed, etc. This' particular found four or five specimens i in Manatee When I settled in the woods of also represented a new and i interesting .
species, has,no English name, thatI which I pulled up and,destroyed.No Florida years ago, owls and hawks industry, ,and that is ,a. collection of
know of. It is 'a 'tall, branching time should be lost destroying were abundant, and small birds conse tube roses (Polianthes Tuberosa) grow-
perennial ;with, Simple, 'ovate-lanceol the plants and burning the seeds quently very Jew. My 34-inch breech- ing in a tub. These,are taken from
ate/mostly opposite leaves: taperingto whenever found. on any one's? : prem' loader always sets'at hand loaded with the three-acre patch of Mr. Hugh: :
a' point, coarsely serrate; 5: to 6 ISes. ,: six-dram coarse powder and an 'once Borland, of Floral City, who also
: 'shot. When hawk owl visits and other bulbs for ship-
inches,or therein, length. ,It bears aprofusio'n"of of a or grows tulips "
:small white flowers, and l Friends and Foes. this plantation on a plundering expe ment. The three acre stand will' :b&,-.

an abundance of, seed. It is found in Save, the small birds. They are our dition he gets the full benefit, of my shipped to Glasgow, Scotland. Mr..
waste and cultivated grounds over a best friends. They beautify and 'enliven half century's experience in handlinga B. states this crop pays better than

large, part! of the United States. If .the landscape and fill,the air with shotgun. The result is owls ant I oranges. This industry is'capable.Qf:. J>.
from 3 to 9 feet high and flourish their glorious m tisic. Their chief,subsistence hawks are scarce, and my orange grove large extension. Florida is partial-- .
grows sin the rich hammock, lands 'of is the insect. army that. deso- and house? surroundings are vocal with larly suited to bulb. culture.-Banner. .

Florida, coming*up in orangegroves lates our fields, orchards and gardens. countless mockidg birds, cardinal .
and,,truck garden hammock,lands l during Early and late, wet or dry-for their grosbeak, phoebe and other feathered The Otaheite Orange. ;-
the rainy season and soon growingto own maintenance..and seeking food for friends' that guard my crops and sing Among the desirable' and. littleknown ::
be tall branching plants much to their hungry nestlings:-.they remorse jspngs of gratitude to the owner of the plants for the window garden%>
the annoyance of the tiller of the land lessly thin. the ranks of ,our: insect tyig 1; breechloader. Numerous and increasing is the O aheite orange, a dwarf-grow' ',":
where they are found. They should scourge. Our love of the beautiful, flocks of quail gather insects ing: orange tree of remarkable beauty.:
be prevented from going to seed by as well as self interest in< preserving by the million, and in autumn frunish It will flower and ripen its fruits ..perfectly .
repeated mowings during the rainy our field and; garden crops, should''lead excellent sport and a welcome table in a two inch pot. It is not
l love the birds kill the have these diminutive "
season. us to encourage.their increase: and save luxury.If you rare to orange
Eupatorium foeniculaceum; (Fennel, them from destructive enemies.. owls and hawks, for you cannot have trees bear from twenty to 't triirty
Dog Fennel). Both ot these Eng ,The great majority several: insec- both.-Dudley W. ,Adams, in American flowers and a few ripe fruits, at: the;:: .
about four fora Agriculturist.The same time. The fruits remained
lish names are very inappropriate; as tiverous birds lay eggs
they are both, applied to two veryferent dif setting. They sit one. two or threeor ------ .-- several! !months on our plant! which;
-.J & A -------0' seas'n.. It would and Malaria. after being shifted into a .larger pot, '
: plants, the first to a well known more times,each Blue Gum? "
" the family that being thus prolific their with his again bloomed profusely, with afair"prospect
plant belonging ,to Parsley seem Dr. J. Croumbie Brown, ,
is : number'' would rapidly increase: and of another crop of ora ges.- "
while the latter common name customary zeal, has compiled some
for Mayweed. This shows the confu that they would become very' abundant -'particulars relating to the culture of! American Agriculturist.. .
sTon,and uncertainty of many of the No doubt this would, be'the the eucalyptus in Italy, and its effects i < v ;"
English names bi plants.) It is a tall case,but for the numerousenemies, that i in ameliorating the climate. The results Jas. Carnell has in his ,yard a large"-
.paniculately much branched perennial: l prey upon them. The enemy .most obtained are such as to warrant Birbadoes goosberry vine that is a.: '
found in old fields, waste grounds and frequently mentioned but comparative., the culture on a large scale of the perfect beauty. At present it is full
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sometimes in other cultivated grounds.The ly harmless is mankind. Some birdsare eucalyptus in the malarious parts of of blossoms, which are a cream color '
stems are often two or more, from shot wantonly. Bad boys rob tropical Africa. :From experiments with yellow centers, resembling the L
the same root,and are from 3 to 8 some nests. Scientists, in, making collections made and, calculations based on them, Syringa. With its background- of' "' j
feet high.. The leaves' are all alter kill many. Butinspite.of it is ahown that the leaves of these beautiful waxy leaves, it makes"a, '
dis. be but for handsome picture. It is a .native, of
nate; thelower ones pinnately this they would soon plenty plants evaporate, double or treble "
sected; the!flowers are small, borne in their'merciless never-ceasing slaughterby their weight of water, and even a the West Indies and grows very
heads, 'and are white. The plant is small owls and hawks. much larger quantity. The Trappist rapidly in this.country.-Coast Gaul/r.-.

strong scented when bruised or Hawks, hunting by day, capture monks, who formerly could not sleep
. rubbed. I many old birds, and it is a wonder that without risk of-life in their monasteryin HORTICULTURALSUPPLIES. .....
- The''Eupatorium coronopifolium, also that any of the poor,- helpless fledglings the Pontine Marshes, but betook w.i.&Jtr
called Fennel, is so nearly like the last escape destruction. When night themselves every evening to a conventin KWtJT AM.KS1OLS
that the difference would not be noticed comes and the hawk can no l longer Rome, can now remain at their HORTICULTURAL T and other_snpOorftweial ...-
by the ordinary observer.: The pursue: his, prey,, the silent, blood 1; monastery of Tre Fontanes, with little pIiea.(or"| rr... Send abo CTnewtor.. for oar chess j Bend a3 We.
last three species all need the same thirstyand, more deadly owl floats put risk,. and ,the peasantry, who were 8pcW.nwttryAipycireolar SEED CATALOGUE FR LEi P1lItHall for noM.
methods of extermination. from its covert end, gathers to its .capacious -., formerly obliged to migrate to the complete JOHNSON &:. STOKES,
,Sol Jago tennifolia (Slender-leaved 'maw 'old and young alike, all mountains, 'in. summer, now reside on tlTaa48t_ Markets Pkllad'l'''',''.
Golden-rod)., This plant is found in equally helpless to flight or flee' from
waste, and cultivated grounds.: ; It the deadly foe. 'More ,thanall.bthei, r
grows 'two or three; feet high. The causes combined, the hawks and owls S q t ti
lower part of the stem is simple, but at slaughter our insect eating iriends.
the distance of from one-third to one- Ninety four screech owls were shot in ''ICBA

half of the way' to the top it becomes different parts of the UnltedSlates and a ,
profusely: carymbosely branched;; sent to Washington!" ) for c=expert exami; / ,
that,is the branches begin to,appear at nation. Seven were empty. Of.the gS .
about one place on the stem and the eighty-seven remaining, twenty. con 1't41JS PILLS: *
outSide ones'are longer than the inside tained the remains of small birds. ift MEDICINE' JN sox,

ones so that all.the branches terminate Thus it was ascertained that twenfy- For,Bilious ami Nerrous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain In.the.and Stomach Drowslneaa,Sick,.
HeatDlulne.
at about the same level. The leaveSare three per cent, of the food ort these Cold Headache Chills,,Giddiness Flushings, Fulness of Heat,,and Loss Swelling of Appetite after, Shortness of Breath,,Costiveness, '
and' the best friends the small the Skin Disturbed Sleep Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous
alternate and narrow: owls was our Scurry, Blotches on THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF Hi TWENTY''
hioseonas are<< yellow, ,small,. and; ,borne birds. Supposing each one of these I l, and MINUTES.TrembUngSenaation.This Is no fiction.&c.Ererr" sufferer Is earnestly rotted! to"try one Box of these a bo Pills%. ..,
iB 5IR&1 heads.,. It .flowers and seeds birds had eaten only one bird (it couldbe and BEECHA1TS they will acknowledged PILLS,taken as directed to be,a will Wonderful.quickly rtttore Medicine female*- to complete health.ea -Fcr{*
most abundantly; When it makes its no' less) we have; an average' of DIGESTION DISORDERED LIYER
IMPAIRED ;
: if undisturbed, ,!it soon eighty;four small ,birds per" annum. WEAK STOMACH'; ; ', "
appearance the Vital Organs Strengthening
gains'a foothold spreading rapidly by killed and eaten by each.owl. Now I they ACT the muscular LIKE MAGIC System*-; a restoring few do.e.wm long-lost work Complexion wonders upon; bringing back the keea edge ofappetlte'andarouslngw1ththe ..
As its if the of owl is say/four ROSEBUD OF whole ph"tleal energy of the
an
rootstocks. a
seeds and per average age facts1 admitted by thousands.In all classes of xdctr,aDd ODe of the
ennial and grows from rootstocks it is years, we shall reach the conclusion best human naraateea frame. These to the are Nervous and Debilitated Is I that BZlCBiX'8 PILLS HATX TO'LAMMf SJLXJ' y
u5 less.'to; plow: it under'or cut it' off that the""existence of,one contemptible CT.ASTPATIST ITJSICSn DT TEX WOXLD. Full directions with each Lancashire Box. ,England .
'I THOS. BEECHAM,St. Helens
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with the ,hoe or, scythe. I find the screechy owl has ,cost, us,, ,336 :small Sold fry Prepared Druaalttf only ffenerally.by B.F.ALXJSN&CO.,365 and 367 Canal St.,New York'
beetway.to.eradicate it,is to pull,it up birds. Careful observation: ;.of the.ii; Sole. Ageatsfer the United States who(Inquire flr tt) If your druWst does>not keep teem,
RECEIPT OF PRICE 25 CENTS A BOX! ; ; ,
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\ ki".:.:' 'It \lseln'thiJ_ u'.ipleaFjlnt episodefHsifoufidsaa -' the ,lines, afcdj will'fiftd!' .-application to

Our l\ll1'ab'I; 'sme.-- >extreme case,1 it is /tnife.: 'many'' ktajbaadsj l and fathers who THF GLORY OF MAN

'But it'is- soth&ot: of icon: 4temlthe.womin they l love =
growth a andL'sup
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dition that the altar when enviable. Bui-
Short,pointed article on domestic subjectsare begins at : port wholly -Pittsburg
solicited.: Please write on one k&of Uie' the*marl soj mbli;;deflates t thai)?..wti\ [ lainL 4 wj est! How R. dln.dt

paper only,and address the editor Lawtej.THB all his worldly goods he endows the -*

-- __ = "7. ,trastinjpwomarr :at' -ltis'- de;. ;JtPthe :..::Gennine-.Phfadelph1aScrapple:, d

,OLD SONG OF ROBIN perversion of this sentence is, found After removing the ,brains from the of LIFEKNWTh ,.

ADAIR. the root of a great evil, the foundation head of a freshly' killed pig soak it ;,
of a structurewhose architect 1 and .over night Iii tepid water; the next

'*Wbatt|l thin I dull town to/zneVrRobin's v.:., : ::: builder, .is unhappiness.. When .the i morning i wash it thoroughly in;: several

not near' ; average husband ,has paid ,his :wife's waters; set it,over'to boil in sufficient [ ..

He whom Wlh for I wish to bear.to see, bills, cheerfully it may be, when he boiling water;, to cover it. When the THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA
has,surrounded her with I luxuries as'well bones will easily separate from theme Scientific and Standard Popular Medial Treatise
Where's' all,the Joy anil"mirth' Errors of Yonth,Prematore Decline,Nervous
Hade life a heaven on earth r, as comforts, and has gone so far, tt remove the head from the, pot, oand, Physical Debility,Imparities of the Blood.tXHAUSTEDYlTAllTY.

Oh! they're" all.fled.with. thee,.. as to anticipate her wishes he feels separate;the',meat, from ,the bones and
Robin Adair! that he has, done his whole duty. He chop it fine. Skim the grease. f from

What made th'awembty+ shine? hasn't. He has not "endowed" her the liquor in the pot, and set the pot
r; Robin Adair! with a penny. The right kind of a where its contents will soon be reducedto UNTOLD MISERIESResulting

"WhaJ'. made the i ball i so One? wife, the woman of both spirit' and re<, about- ,gallon. Salt the liquor now
Robin. wars there'l from Folly,Vice Ignorance,Excesses or
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} finement, will find that asking, for, and, stir,in 'yellow: cornmeal enough to Overtaxation' ; Enervating unfitting the victim
What when the o'er,
play wan
for Work Business,the Harried or Social Relation.
? '.Whtmade'my heart'si sore? what she should have without, asking make a thick mush. Cook it half an Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great
ObI! It was parting with is (the most repugnant task of her life/ hour, add seasoning of pepper, pow work. It contains lOG pages,royal Bra Beautiful
binding,embossed,full] nit. Price only $1X0 by
.., Robin, Adair!. She ,may have,a, score of pressing lit dered thyme and sageabout the same man postpaid,concealed In plain wrapper. Illustrative

But new: thou art far f<,om me. tle needs that only;, cash, can obtain, amount used in:making sausage. Add distinguished Prospectus author Free,Wnu,if,.H.you.Parker arpiy,juiv)L D., ,The received
N. .Ro JnAd.trl and that the most tactful and 'affectionate the,meat to the mush and pour into the GOLD AND J HiVKi.f.leu MEDAL

.But now I ne..r see -. '9"; husband does not dream of, pans'and keep it in a cold place. Cutit this from PRIZE the National ESSAY Medical. NERVOUS AMoeiatf sad for

.. "Yeth: Robin'' I Adalr love so!! well :. ,' 'and,yet she will, not ask, for a cent ,off: ;in slices and fry as you do sausages. o PHYSICAL( Assistant Physicians DEBILITY may Jfr.Parkerand be consulted corps confidentially
,wherewith to obtain these coyeted : by mall or In person at the office of
Htlll in my heart shall dwell. .
.On, ,!I can ne'er forget tilings. As a daughter, in her father's. N THE..4 Bolflnch PEABODY St.,MEDICAL Boston,Mas INSTITUTE*.,to whom all,
,;: :Robin4dalr. '. hbme, she could and would.. not ask* Recipes For Our Rural .ome. orders directed for as above books, or letters"'for'adtice should t be

.. 'J o' for money; as a wife she will not do ORANGE.SHORT. '. CAKE. Taketen, ortwelve

; i Ladies. -- Bazar" so either. To spare her this galling good juicy oranges: not too
This! .,will, ,be a feature of:the SubTropical preferment of her wishes should be large, peel them and put in a cool Is. P., V. & C. i-

i l'Exposition which'should receive the duty:as well as the pleasure of place. Make, the short-cake in the
every man who possesses a ,wife, aswell usual way and roll out into thin sheets; RAILWAY SYSTEM.Two .
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(; the support of all our lady read- as of every man who .is the father then bake in a quick oven until done; Fast Trains Every Day to the

ers'who have':any of their handiwork of daughters dependent upon him. now spread the orange slices evenlyover '
North West and East.
wHicK' they would like to offer, for And yet, it, is safe to say not, one covering all with sugar; put ;

man in a hundred whose life is more sliced oranges on top, with
sugar
sale. There: will be a competent, lady ,I CoaUC'r'ED' '1'0 RoV'rL' Ohio Daylight
blessed with these possessions ,does over all. A good,,sauce to use with November 16.'90 Special. EXpreu.Ly .
in of the Bazar who 'will
charge receiVe JacUoDyWe 8.JI'.tW; H7 800pm 100amLY
his duty in this respect. As a consequence the, shortcake is;made of the juice of Callahan S.F A;W R7 8 M P m 1 M arm
'classify and superintend all ex- Lv Waycross S F&W Ry .1110 p m ,'ISam'LYJesup
there hovers one undispelled oranges and lemons ,mixed, boiled ina EvaGRr 13)am 1040amM

hi 1tS". Everything entered, for sale growing cloud over many hearthstonesa pint of water; and seasoned with Ly Macon)(acon E'lrVkORy R T,VaOp.T 100am 41am 110pmAI' Wpm
and Atlanta E T,V 4t 0 RT 10 ffi a m 10 40 P m
will if purchasers can be! found, be cloud that the husband alone.can sugar nutmeg. LY Atlanta E T,V a: O lit 11 OOam 11 OOltmAr

sold'and the proceeds remitted to the, i dissipate. LEMON ,PIE.-Take water sufficientto Chattanooga Rome E E T T,,V TaGHT a 0 Ry a 150pm 00 p m 200amM IS a m
\ No matter about the size of the sum I fill pie plate boil ,it thicken Chattanooga a C 8 00 p m' 515pm 50 a mAr
owner' ,.'minus, 'a commission of ten per your B11rKtil a 0 I 3 20 am I 2 SJ a m I'01 P mAr
set apart for the wife's unquestioned with one large tablespoonful of corn- Le1lDgton''' 8 C 418 am 3 M a m M P m
cent. The will be Ar Cincinnati A C 7 00 am 6 III am :20 P m
'..,' railroad charges use. That is not the vital matter. starch rubbed into cold water,; add Ly Cbattanooga QA; 0 Route a 15 P m 50 a m

only.'one-half.or perhaps remitted, altogether Let it be a regular, stated sum, regarding two beaten_yolks of eggs, one cup of LYBurJdn Ar LouiaYtlIe I Lon.Lou.Boa sou.D1v.Diy.( 't 325am Z a m 11 10po.p mL't"'Rome'

;(this,point not yet definitely whose giving there shall be no sugar and one large lemon. Bake E T.vao RT 156 pm 240ao.
Cleveland E T.V aGRr 4 as pm a 10 a mAr
settled). need of asking, and as to whose your paste first; then pour in your Knonllle E T,V a 0 RT 6 3s pm"56 a m
ArXon1.atown E T.V A 0 RT 810 pm a 60 a mAr
spending there shall never be a .question custard ; beat the whites of two eggsto PaInt Rock E T,V A 0 R.r f 52 pm 11 Warn
As'an inducement to, our' subscribers LY Paint Rock RaD RT .51 p m 11 12 a mAr
from the husband. No man pos- a stiff froth, ,and sweeten ; then Hot Springs RaDRT 1010 pm 1124am
':, M 4t C Dir.
sh ll.p'ub1ishYe kly: a list of all ,arti.clesreceived for what is clearly his ,,rightful, dues if oven and brown slightly. .&r1tD mp ttanoota,. MaODIY lIaODty.,' (650amli610pm!\

with owners' names and he can help it.. Yet, many ,men, '
OHIO SPECIAL Is SOLID Turn and carries Pullman
received if the articles sold good husbands and fathers, and liberal Good Housekeeping has a much II or Mann Sleeper JacksonTllle Cincinnati,Pullman
prices ( are ) I
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Sleepers Chattanooga to Memphis Chattanooga to
substantial value in the home
providers too, impose this ,most'disagreeable more LonuTllle and Knozrllle to Asnerllle. Connects at
unless objection :should be made. by task the women than the substantial publications which Rome with Pullman Sleeper, arriving Philadelphia
"-:1" upon KhMp m.via Harrisburg and at Cleveland with
theWners, themselves.-ED.' they love best. Such a state of affairs : appeal for the same support and rely Sleeper, arriving Washington'29)p. m. via Lynch-

brought about a recent instance, on style of puffery that would put a Chattanooga b'tr.fYuGHT Chattanooga EXPRESS carrim to Memphis.Sleeper' Chattanoogato 'Macon to

:,-;,; Woman. ,and an Income. which may be'here ,referred to. A wife patent medicine 'man to blush; and it Hot Cincinna Springs. .Connect Atlanta to at Knoxrllle Knoxvllle and with Knoxvllle Pullman to
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In ,an Eastern city;,a few days:ago, of-fifteen years was questioned by an has the honest and substantial flavor Sleepers arrigng New York 130 p.m,Tia Harrisburg.
a woman who had lived with ,her hus- intimate friend regarding the former's that belongs y> the best things of New route RATES,and TO the THE scenery: EAST Is are unexcelled.as low as,, by' any all rail

devotion to England. Merit in its contributors out- COMPLETE INFORMATION cheerfully furnished
ba1ji.jn'! appararU content, for a score seemingly perpetual em:
Apply to Ticket Agents of connecting lines,or to
of years:disappeared. She left a let- broidery. The wife, in a 'burst of weighs,the magic of a name, and this FRANK M JOLLY WM JONES.

ter.co injng a reason for this course. confidence, surprised her,friend ,by a good old standard serves to give the DbL 75 PaM.W.Agent Bay St..Jacksonville Trav pass.Fla ,Agent

It.cOtuaiassomeihing: more-a: little confession. It was that she had best results. That it should preferthe R W. WRENN CHA8. IT. RIGHT,*
. of Gen Pass and Tkt.Agt.' Asst.Gen.P.....AgtKnoxvllle .. .
i found in from the practical knowledge expert
test.for a sermon that many husbands embroidery a relief Tenn. Atlanta,Ga.
may well heed. This, woman-oT1orty necessity. of asking :her husband for New, England housekeepers to the superficial -
voluntarily! left a comfortable, home money. She said: "He houses me, observations of professional Day Line--St. Johns River

and secured-a place ,as housekeeper feeds me, dresses me in comfort but writers who have not acquired infor Except' Sunday.
because, she wanted he independence mation at first sources, ought not. to STB.-ELIZA HAICCOCK leaves Jacksonville,
at$I4 a month, ,, starves my by never- foot Main 8L,a\2 p.m.for Hibernia,Magnolia
money that could he hers without ask- permitting me a dollar for unexplained be wondered at intelligent people Green Cove, Spring Plcolata; Federal Feint,
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ing lor it, and without, being,expectedto expenditure. After a most unhappy but ,the other: fashion is so prevalent 7 Orange a.m., MIT connects* and_at Palatka.Green:: Cove Leave Spring* ,Palatka forMe'mseandSantaFe.ArrlveaatJackaonvllle

,an account. ,of its spending: period' of waiting until he should 'realize that it ,is well to lay emphasis on the e
12:30, m,assuring early connections forth.
In'justice to that woman's,husband it t my ''wishes in this'direction, I discovered care 'with' which the editor of Good North p.and West. E.V.H. POST, Gen.Agt.,

should be recorded that when he my aptitude embroidery.. Housekeeping fulfills his office.-Springfield E. W.100 W.EBBKTTS Bay St., On Board.

.read.ilhat. letter: he ,was, not, only I sell what I make, and if I could'' not Republican. ,
grieve: beyond measure, ,but thus gain independence' I believe I Fancy Pineapple Blips.

He declared should' really despise husband LADIES
Mama id" beyond expression. my ,
tonic. children that want building Send for Price Ut to
or
that he, had provided liberally good as he is in' alt' other1'''resp c '. Needing up.should takeBROWN'S .
> IRON, BITTERS. JOHN B.BEACH, Melfeourn Fla.Indian .
the Here then two little texts. The
for af even to matter are
her wants, :
., If 1 pleasant to take,cure Malaria Indigestion
ofiajfeorse, : ,and: carriage for her:. own. ,sermons therein may: 'DC'read between': ;tend Biliousness.. 'All'dealers keep it. River Nurseries..>



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TOM. SAWYER- ... i,-., .staff Contributor. axe,. hammer or saw, since the great works have made Turniptop a mos What Shall Our Government Bo?

Hia Debut.TomSawyerdesires freeze; it has been a dormant bud, so desirable little city, behold, ol d, EdltorAiftanceDepartment:
to'speak, but now the American impulse Stick-in the-mud is a millionaire, with Since it becomes more clearly de.

just hereto say has come upon it, and like, a land in the heart of the city worth fined that the farmers are henceforthto
.to his friends that if the writings in locust it splits its:shirt right open' in $5,000 per acre.. have a larger influence in shapingthe

thisdepartment-amuse many readers,editoris the back and gets ready to fly. Everybody Now listen at the old hog growl affairs of this government, it also
and instruct.as many more the is enthused. New houses springup when the corporation desires addi- becomes question of no small interest
satisfied. 'He endeavors to makeit like That old the what kind of the
magic. store on tional right of and the assessor a government
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pleasant for ,the patrons'of.. the paper corner gets a new coat of paint and thinks $200 assessment on $Sqoo< farmers will seek to establish We

never hurts any feelings ,and blossoms:out with a big show window. property is too modest Yes, hear:: will name but three sorts as likely to
sin- .
rarely bores any one long upon'a. People from twenty miles off in the him get up on his hind l legs and howl- come before us for acceptance or rejection -
subject. He' generally tells ,the
gle
country come to town just to walk for that kind of a hog can both howl : The government largely managed -
.truth, or mighty close to it, and he upon the new sidewalks and see the and growl-and.he swears that "Them by the wealthy and mainly in

tries to make people feel better. If a stand pipe of the wonderful water. infernal corporations are eating up the< their interest, the government rep-

man reads 'this paper and then goes ,works. Things do indeed look rosy people body and soul," as if he had resenting paternalism, and the government .
about his work 'with a song in his for and the local of simplicity. For the last
Turniptop, paper any soul that would make a mess for
heart and pleasant thoughts in his 'begins to speak of "the city." Thereis a corporation as large as a grasshopper. quarter of a century we hive steadily
mind that is ,enough. That man
now really nothing prevent this There ought to be some way to drifted through a government for the
will be'better, his wife, and little ones
town from booming and people from those old and them wealthy.The .
; : get at stumps pull
will be happier, his work will be better stir little Farmers Alliance has been
afar off are attracted by the opt by- the roots. They are a nui-
done and the entire communitywill Turniptop is making. New people sance,in any town and it is a blessed brought into existence chiefly by this
feel the influence. houses and the state of things and it is not likelythe
necessitate new laying thing that they can't carry their lots very ,
This writer will say some things off:of new streets. Very well, Tur with them where they are going. farmers will seek to plant more

lot entirely dignified, but they 'will niptop is just the town to meet the They should be taxed full value. firmly that kind of government which

erve a good purpose, because they demands of all such 'necessities and They sit still and wait for other men called their unity of action or alliance -
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ire sure impress: a truth. He will the needed into'existence to check .
she whereby
proceeds to open ; to build around them until they are
most of his pills but never
sugarcoat '
its further encroachments their
streets. rich without effort that upon
an except put '
idulterate them, and when he can- The office of "city survey01" is forth in repressing the little generous rights. This idea largely removes

lot get rid of an obnoxious created, and that 'official starts out ,sentiment that originally found,}lodgment that kind of government to the back
:e will cover it with morning-glories. with three' instrument and and therefore it
legged a in the StICk.In.the mud family. ground, we may drop
A few persons will carp and find long chain to fix: the.lines and locale After a while old Stick.in the mud from the list of probabilities.
cult; will say "pshawl"! and "stuffl"nd the He from the To the Alliancemen tend
corners. starts dies or dries and when his cor- day
up,
"nonsensel"! but they will feel .
"square" where in i the early morninghe pus is stuck away in the mud some- strongly toward a government representing -
rry after awhile they said it, and his this idea
has planted three legged instrument where then young Stick-in-the mud paternalism. Why
fill sleep better at night for havingelt and for a half hour or so. has blossoms out as a great financier and should pervade the organization is a

sorry. Of course this writer squinted to every point of the compass looks with considerable contempt upon matter of no small wonder to manyof

ould say some very serious and sol- all the time looking wiser than his poorer but more laborious neighbors us, but such seems to be the case and

mn things but he doesn't care to do its is possible for any mortal to be. whose work made the old man a for this:reason we have to deal with' it

He could preach you to sleep: Away he goes towards the outer rim fortune. Ten to one the young fellow as a question of moment. The other
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ut his intention is' to arouse the peo- of the earth followed three. kind of the of simplicity
by negroes will find out' that Turniptop ,is government, one -
le and them to thinking. Cause : :
> put with axes, but ere he can get up a. scarcely metropolitan enough to meet has fewer supporters and a l less
and think. Get
read the
,hem to
good healthy sweat, here comes old his ideas and gathering up the "in- probability of practical acceptance.
ublic ear and whisper"into it truths Stick-in,the mud with "writ-. The idea of
Squire a crement" which came to the old spider a grand government
s eternal as-well, say as eternal"as ermerouster," or injunction;, or some during years of waiting he skins out has been instilled upon our minds until -

:utWJust other diabolical legal,contrivance to for New York, where he disappears.Now we find it difficult to awake from
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its delusive influence. We have been
worry progressive men and encourage I hold that the citizens of Tur-
ale, but no less conscientiously and profanity> in an enterprising commu- would be in taxed and taxed until we feel as if we
niptop justified assessingand
Jeterminedly (two terrible! big! words)
that idle all that must raise the enormous sum of three
nity.The taxing property
le intends to deal with public men man with the three legged contrivance legal 'ingenuity can. devise. Nearly hundred and sixty millions of dollars
I nd measures. He will endeavor to
home and the We think that must
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goes sadly Florida and per year.
town I.supposein
'every ,
follow! this rule: If have to
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you three negroes secure a job of'rail- other States, too, is afflicted with have a grand navy, impregnable
knock a man down, do it pleasantly; spliting over in the Tickfaw'' precinct, one or more of the Stick-in the-mud coast: defenses, costly public buildings
pick out a soft place for him to fall ,but all this does not discourage Tur enemies all in an hundred cities and towns. We
tribe. to
and show him that it is not through They are prog- have"beautiful
niptop. She is not that kind of a and rich result of must paintings and
a
that ress yet grow as
malice but for principle you When old hen takes fine monuments scientific
town. an a no- neighborhood enterprise. Of course statuary, ,
hit him. Then help him up-and,. tion to lay an egg you cant shew the we cannot regulate human nature nor expeditions, explorations, surveys,

if necessary. knock him down again. notion out of her, but lay she will if can we trespass upon the rights of individuals public parks, gardens, warehouses,

TOM SAWYER. he: has to cackle all day about :it; but when we contemplatethe money vaults, public press establishments

neither can all the tribe of Stick.in.the- tribe of Stick-in-the-mud we are etc., etc. Not a few go farther .

,. Old Btick-ln-the-mud. mud prevent Turniptop from growing.If almost converts to ,the theory that a than this even and think the government

If there is one individual who more the hen is not allowed to lay on man should not 'be allowed to own or ought to loan out.money to the

than another should be made to feel the piano in the parlor, nor betweenthe control more land than he actuallyuses. working classes or farmers, at a very

the sharpest burden of assessment and pillows in the best bed room, she It will come to that after a low rate of interest. All such'
taxation if is that'old scamp who sits will lay in the potato house or under while. TOM SAWYER. schemes plainly show that men do

in the road of village or' city'progress the kitchen. If Turniptop is not allowed 'SS not really comprehend the three functions .

and bars'the way for'' every honest to grow all over the wooded of a good government. .

endeavor of the public. For instance; lopes where old Stick-in.the mud ''set Although crops and'money is While a government representingthe

the little town 'of Turniptop down'in his tent in ,the long ago, she will build scarce, Leon county farmers are up paternal idea.may: ; seem to providemore

Florida has been asleep for twenty out on the flats next to the river, and and doing says the Tallahasscean. largely for the interest of a,

years, but suddenly it feels a thrill of will follow the wagon road around to They do not belong to the class that goodly number of its people, yet thereare

movement:in every vein 'and there the rear and away beyond Stick-in- will hold. their''hands, and, with the necessarily some whose interests

comes upon it a great yearning to I the-mud's. Yes, the hen' will lay and blues, cry over spilt milk, but are-already -1 I suffer thereby. Whenever legislation .

spread itself all over the neighbor- the town will grow.Butafterawhile beginning''to get ready to'set in is of a favoring character to some,_

hood. Perhaps there has not been I when paved streets. for a good crop next year. May everyfarmer such persons are benefited; but, it is at:

heard.within' its borders the sound of electric ,lights, street. cars and water in Florida reap a rich harvest. I I the expense of others, and no good:!- -
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kind of government can I be -administered expired' :: There is no going behind( escape detection. And in saying this wholly suppressed in nearly every
in the interests of a part of its this evidence that away back in the I do.not imply that "capitalists," as a country in Christendom. In most of
people to the burden, or disadvantage early life of the nation, by its ,first class, are a whit more dishonest, more the States of the American Union theyare
of;others._ Under a good governmentall banking act, the principles of the Sub grasping, less truthful, less honorable, forbidden by law. In England
are treated alike except they who Treasury plan were 'substantially re than the rest of the community.The they have been prohibited since the
i do-violence to the rights of their fel cognized a enforced. What is the law therefore in this case, putsa reign of George II; in Belgium they
lowme'n.The Sub-Treasury plan but the pledging of premium on perjury; it offers a temp-- were suppressed in 1830, and in
proper functions of a government personal property for the loan of tation which experience shows to be Fiance they are nominally forbidden,
!simply,to protect its people, money from the government? And too strong for human nature it placesmen though the Government has permittedthe
first, from ,each other's tendency ,to what, does the section quoted above !in a position 'where they must do element of chance to be introducedin
trample one anothers's rights; second mean if it,'is not the enforcement of wrong to secure their undoubted the raising of money for certain
to protect its people from out.side' just such a :proposition} rights. They must swear falsely or semi-public purposes, as, for instance,
: violence, such as subjugation or But this is not all. In the act incorporating suffer injustice. It is therefore unjustin the Panama Canal.
' warfare. To the citizen who does the United States Bank, seating itself against men's sense of Lotteries have been well called
J right there is,no law; for in t the true passed April 10, 1816, there is a justice. schools of public demoralization. They-
sense of the,word,we are free men-free point of :vital interest to those who are The effect of"this upon the commu- introduce scandals and corruption in
from law until we do that which the demanding loans on land security. munify is pernicious in the extrer&ie. public life., Such scandals, involving
law ismade restrain us from doing. Sect. ii,. part 7, provides: Men cannot treat any law with con- charges of bribery,of legislators, have
It is,true nevertheless that we need The lands, tenements, and heredit- tempt without having their sespect for lately arisen in Louisiana and North
provisipn-to be made that we may aments, which it shall be lawful for law weakened. If the law-making Dakota.-Harpers.
t from time to time vote for men and the said corporation to hold, shall be power may work injustice in one case,
moneys. .for specified objects. And only such as shall be requisite for its why may it not in others? If it may Memorial of Respect.
yet this is not a matter of compulsion, immediate accommodation in relationto make one mistake, why not others?
although, when" acted upon, it becomes the, convenient transaction ,of busi- If men may set aside one law, why WHEREAS, It has pleased God,in His
compulsory upon. us to obey the.man ness, ,and such as shall have been not all law? It takes considerable reflection all-wise dispensation, to remove from
" date of- .tax, or of chosen officers to bona fide mortgaged to it by way of considerable study! of historyand our midst our esteemed Brother and
execute the ''law. This brings us directly security, or conveyed to it in satisfaction human affairs, before one beginsto Lecturer, Dr. T. B. Bradley, who departed
.to 'the 1 question of whether we of debts previously contracted in appreciate the demoralizing effect this life at his home near Salem -
consider: ourselves fitted for -self gov. the course of its dealings,' or purchasedat upon the community of unjust and on the 1St inst, therefore be it
ernment, and if so'to' what.except? sales, upon judgments which shall foolish, laws. The bonds that hold Resolved, That in the death of
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B. have been obtained for such debts. men together in society, ,and prevent Brother Bradley, Salem Alliance No.
4 1 80 sustains a loss of one of its most
Here also is perfect evidence that them Jrom relapsing to the savage
The United States Bank. the government has been the main state, ire weakened when the sovereign faithful workers and supporters, the
The-fact-perfectly plain that the stockholder in a bank that did loan power'becomes the instrument of neighborhood a worthy citizen, and
principles and nearly the details of money on land security. There is no injustice and oppression. And now his wife and children an affectionate -
the,Sub Treasury plan were practicedby evading that point. From these two let me ask "D. M." to second the companion and father. ..
the first and'second United States, acts it is ascertained that the United motion for me. Speaking as a_ ,borrower Resolved, That a copy of these res- '
banks... States has in: nines past loaned its and in the interest of borrowers, olutions be spread upon the minutesof
The act incorporating the first money upon both real estate and per- I suggest that we petition the Legislature this Alliance, and that a copy of
United States bank was passed Feb sonal property. If it was lawful to'do to repeal the lawr+putting a pen- the same be sent to the FLORIDA
ruary 25, 1791. It provided for a so then why is it unlawful to do .so alty upon what is called usury; leavingthe FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, and the
capital of ,$10,000,000 of which the now? If those who have pronounced parties to every loan perfectly free, Taylor County Banner for publications
government was to subscribe $2,000 the measure unconstitutional had examined the one to pay and the other to receiye. G. W. SWAIN,
000. The act begins with this pre into the matter, the humilia whatever rate of,interest may be agreed F. S. JACKSON,
amble ; S tion of this complete overthrow: might upon between them. C. N. McCALL,
Whereas, it is conceived that: the have been prevented. As it is, the The course of The Farmer is givingall Committee.M. .
establishment. of a bank for the United bill will be passed with renewed vigor sides hearing in the discussion of A. COCKCROFT, Secretary. '
Salem, Fla., December,20,1890 -
States, upon a foundation sufficiently( and either the .sub,treasury, plan or the questions that now agitate'the
extensive to 'answer: the purpose. in- "something.better" must and will become minds of the farming community is to
tended'thereby: at the same time the law of the land.-National be highly commended. This course Takes up the Cudgel for the Kail-
upon,principles which afford ade- Economist... necessitates the printing of ,much absurd roads.
quate security for an upright and ,and pernicious stuff; but any dis- Editor Alliance Department.It .
prudent' administration thereof, will Taxation of Loans.I cussion is better than no discussion, seems necessary to make a
be veryconducive of the national wish ,to second the motion of "D. and in free discussion lies the hope of commonplace remarks about our transportation .,
finances; will tend to give facility to M.,"'In. The Farmer September 13, the country. As soon<; as we farmers companies.. Some people
the obtaining of loans, for the use of page 172. Permit me also to urge begin to show that we are really study-- think that they are just coining money,
the government in sudden emergencies every reader of( your valuable paper to ing the political; social, and economical and that the advance on the orange
';; "and :will be productive' of considerable give "D., M/s" article a ,careful pe questions of the time, we shall begin freight rates of ten per cent. per boxis
advantage to trade' and in;* ,rusal.,- I will give two reasons why to exercise some of the influence simply unreasonable. Now it seemsto
dustry'in general. ; therefore.. evidences of debt should not be taxed. which we are now demanding but me that they are right in this said
Then following the conditions First, the greater portion of theseloan, which we do not exercise, because our rise, and that the producer will gain
governing directors and other'mattersto securities escape taxation. The assessor demands are not backed up by any of largely by the very same cause that
section 10, which :provides: does not find them. The owner the forces; that command the respectful obliges the railroad companies to make
The said corporation may sell ,any (lender) does not include them in the attention of mankind.-Ohio Farmer. the advance, viz: An empty market.
part of the public: debt_whereof its list of his taxable property. The law I The result is that one box of oranges
stock shall: be composed, but shall,not requires l him to'do so under oath, but Lotteries. this season will net more than two at
be,at l liberty to 'purchase any public violates his oath; and this is ,the The objection to lotteries is based the same time last season, and while it
debt whatsoever; nor shall directly or rule, not ,the exception. It is done upon ,morals as well as upon public only costs, the producer ten cents ad-
indirectly deal or trade in anything, not only. by the sinners, but by the expediency. Lotteries continually incite ditional, yet the freight company
' except bills.of exchange, gold or,silver saint .Men do it partly because they the-poor, and persons who are not loses the freight on one crate (less
bullion,. or in the sale of'goods really know other: lenders do it, and they see well gifted with the moral sense and : this additional ten cents).
and truly pledged for money lent and nb ,other way of placing themselves on the quality of self reliance, to depend : It is said that it is not what a man -
not redeemed in due time; or of goods an equality with those who do ,it upon something else than, their own reads but what he remembers that makes
which shall ''be the produce of: its 'Equality in this easels equity, and if efforts to take care of themselves.The him learned. Also that it is not what
lands.. 'Neither' shall the said corpora the law is in conflict with equity, men lottery originated in corruption.The one eats but what they digest -that '
tion take ,more, than at the rate of six will endeavor to right their wrongs out- earliest legislative bodies of mod makes them fat And I say that it is
1 per.centum) per annum, for or upon side of the law. I am not, ;justifying ern Europe protested against royal lot- not what the freight companies chargeus
its loans or discounts. the facts, I am simply stating them. teries, and the first Assembly of the for freight, but the small price our
.*Thfs:',proves conclusively. that the What I say is, that if Mr. A, a money French Republic suppressed them as stuff sells for that makes us poor.
r United ,States bank,. of which the lender.no matter what church he 'belongs "an invention of despotism to make Now, right here is the point we desireto
governthent'was a partner to the extent to, believes that nine-tenths of men silent about their want; by entic- touch, and that fact is that our
of 'One fifth of its capital stock, the moneylenders of'the State conceal, ing them on with. a hope which aggra- freight companies are not paid enough,
loaned oney on pledges of .personal their notes, mortgages and other evi .vates their distress." our amount of freight is very small .
property/ And; further !that it sold l dences'of debt from the assessor. Mr. Lotteries have been condemned in compared with the territory that it is" ,
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in coming:' to, the freight( company. I at the root:of the'present'depression' The total l amount' needed would- 'be I 'manager of the Limited Association,
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The'evid t,,signs,that the freight,com-' yet'some'of the: demanded means of over $i5ooo,5booooo.; ; 237 'Broadway, New York, wrote to
panies 'are''not'safficiently! i paid, can relief would prove '''far1'worse than the The only means the general government Mr. Armstrong, enclosing a draft (or,
be seen m ,their; poorly constructed existing evils. The first, demand has to obtain money_,is by $50, telling him that he had received
roadbeds r poorly; finished wharfs, reads.as follows;: taxation. But the Alliance,justly demands $55 from Mr. Philips and retained,$5as
and scarcity; of,help in1 the busy seasonto "First:: We demand the-abolition of that'the government_shall"only his fee for collection.
properly handle the'.freight.: national banks. We demand that levy sufficient taxes to meet the demands There is nowhere in the correspon-
We:should be very I happy to have the government shall establish sub' of the government economically dence any mention of the grade of to-
the'privilege "of paying tenVcerits additional treasuries, or depositaries, in the several administered. Under that demand bacco consigned by Mr. Armstrong
''on each "crate"'(say) of.tomatoes States, which shall 'loan money you cannot levy a tax for any purpose I to Mr. Philips, but the length, of
if we could have an honest guaranteethat direct to the people at" 'a l low rate of which is 'not needed in making ,and i time which elapsed between thc first
our stuff'would, 'not be: smashed, interest, 'not to exceed two per cent. enforcing the laws'of'the government.But letter and the last is not business like,.
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even before it crosses the State,line of per annum, on non: perishable farm waive that'objection and levy the to say the least.Memorial.
Florida, or :.even twenty cents additional products, and alSo' upon real estate tax. The enormous amount required,
l per crate'would'be:cheap.} But with proper, limitations upon the as ninety'nine out of every hundred of Respect.
then is-theuse; of me.sayirigahythihgj quantity of the land and, the amountof farmers' would want a loan 'on his Editor of the Alliance D p rtmnt:
; I am a farmer1 and my duty, (as 'money. We demand that the crop so he could hold it for a better Enclosed find Memorial of Respectof
such) is to "nig1 the freight companyso amount of the circulating medium be price, would create a rebellion at Brother Henry Fouts as adoptedby
they will'bev-obliged'to|' put a board speedily increased not less than $50 once.. The people could not and Unity Farmers Alliance..
over a crack on their docks instead of per capita." would not pay it. Please publish and also send copy
putting ina? :new'plank; then by; running Cut out the second sentence' and Another objection is that i it would of paper to Sister Fouls, Wilderness;
their ;trucks over a.few of:those this demand would be unobjectionableto create: a vast army: of office-holders to Clay county, Fla., and oblige.
patches on their! docks'they:, will, economize every citizen except' the moneylender be kept at public expense. Yours respectfully
,space in our crates which gives and pawnbroker. Again, it would be class legislation H. H. BRIAR,
room for circulation: and we,'all know But before we proceed //any furtherlet of the worst;sort; and yet one"oi .the G. B.. GOODMAN,
how essential it is for a tomato to circulate ''us first fix firmly in our minds that Alliance demands is that there shall O. L. MizEUy
in transit., The freight:companies ours is'a republican 'form of govern. be no,class'legislation. Committee. .t
are:obliged to work shorthandedin ? l ment; and that Congress has only This demand is intended to benefit Wafthlogton, Fla., Deo.mb,i! &
the ,busy season,and to handle our such powers as'are conferred upon it only the' fanners, and only a certain We again have to mourn the loss of
stuff like cordwood thereby ,destroy- by the' constitution:other powers class of them: The fruit-grower, the another esteemed friend and brother,
ing it, in transit.: The company being reserved to"'the'States and to the vegetable,''farmer, the'stock-raiser, and Henry Fouts, who.departed ,this life
.should charge sufficient so that ,they people. all the laborers in the mines, and in Nov. 16\ 1890, at his father's, Martin
could have. an extra: man ,at every Also, that the spirit our'laws and the manufacturing establishments of Fouts, in Clay county, Fla., aged
.freight,statipn who should not only institutions is opposed to a strong centralized the country are taxed to aid a certain thirty-nine years, nine months and
i Kshelp to put the produce .on carefully, form of government, which is' class of farmers who cultivate none .seven days.Brother ,
'' but see to it that it was done so during dangerous to the liberties of ,the pea 'perishable 'products. Fputs joined the,Alliance- at
the very busy,; season. The destruction pie Any law which fastens upon the It would take a volume 'to presentall its organization, and was elected Pres-
of our produce ,by the freight people a vast army of officeholdersto the' objections to the sub-treasurymoneyioaning ident which office he held, with the
handlers is the!;prime: cause,of our getting be supported)by the people, adds scheme of the first demand exception of ono year; he was; Presi
nothing for our stuff in' market; that much to the*already existing bur' I ; but enough has been said to dent at.his death, always manifesting
'and :in conclusion: will say that tJf the dens, gives greater power to the dom show the utter''absurdity and impracti great faith in the order, also an earnest
freight companies do hot begin to han inant political party, and will tend, to cability'' of the scheme. The demand and,efficient :worker.
die our perishable*stuftmore carefully subvert our form of government.Let would not matter 'so much if it did nof Brother Fouts was appointed i State
(even if they'have to charge ten cents us bear,in mind that the only place the order in such a ridiculous Organizer, June IS, 1889, reappointedFeb
;per crate ,additional 1)), that 1, for one, province of our government'' is to light before the American people.But ,, 5,1890, and appointed to organize -
will leave;the State,: for.,I ,cannot live make j just- and equal laws, and let every'business there,is one consolation to every colored Alliances. Be it
on .bread alone but by every vegeta- '' interest:stand''or fall on true friend of the order, and that is, Resolved, by,the,,members of Unity
ble'that: the'railroad-company destroys its own merits. With this understanding there,, will be another National Alliance Alliance, That we extend our sympathies -
which. I may raise. of the underlying principles of our before the political pot beginsto to his family in their bereavement
'l\ J..- A. NUGENT. government it can at once be seen boil again., and purs. We can only,commend -
that our government: nriot bec.ornea' them to Him who doeth all
Ooloson on the Sub-Treasury Bill. money lender' or a pawnbroker by The Philips Tobacco Curing Pro- things well.Resolved.
The editor, of the Milton Clarions loaning money'on the valuables (the cess. That; we enter in memoryof
". this to'say: crops) of the farmers. 'It was never Mr. S. J. Fielder, Secretary of the Brother Fouts a tribute of respect,
During the last twenty years no' intended that our government should Terra Ceia River Alliance, sends us on our minute book.
meeting' of 'any body of men created become a vast'commercial institution.To some correspondence, properly attested Resolved, That we send a copy of
so general an interest in this country say nothing of the danger from by'a notary public, tending to these resolutions to the grieved .family .
:is did, assembling, in National corrupt officials,and the charges of show that the "C. S. Philips Patent ; one to the Alliance Adwcate,
Council, at Ocala,' of the representatives partisan partiality which" would be Process Tobacco Growing and Tampa, Fla., and one to the Alliance
of the'Alliance men of the United brought.against those controlling the Curing Company," of New York, did Department of the FARMER AND
States. ,So large and influential l has loans of the'government, 'consider the' not deal irly'with Mr. F. C. Arm- FRUIT GROWER for publication.The .
he Alliance) become; and, so activelydo absurdity of the proposition to loan strong, of Palmetto, a member of the
the: members':participate' ,in' politics money at two'per cent per.an um above Alliance.: This:, company ad '
that the politicians'; the office on real estate' and non-perishable' vertise on their official letterheadsthat Dark Spot In Our Government.
holders'and,the lawmakers are watching products. they have plantations of 15,000 Without the slightest exaggeration ,
: its'course with,interest: Every man who owns a farm would acres in Polk county, that their officeis we, may assert that, with very few
The Alliance represents the farming I take'every cent. he, could get at1, that i at 188 Pearl street; New York, and exceptions, the city governments of
classes or ''forty' percent, of our: :.rate. If the'government 1d' issueat that they have "the'only successful\ the United States are the worst in
population It: ,therefore represents once'Ithefull:, amount of ''currency Tobacco Curing Process in the Christendom-the most'expe'nsive,
'' a potent factor in the political''arena. demanded there'would ''not be'a suffi world." Our tobaccos are superior. the most inefficient and the most corrupt -
If its actions are governed ''by prudence dent amount to liquidate the mort- This correspondence is too voluminous ,
M wisdom and justice,.is'simply gages of the Ohio and Indiana farm for our pages, but the substance Among our greater municipalitieswe
invincible. But if its demands'are of the history is this: September 16, naturally look first at New York
unjust, violate the principles 'of the ers.Then where is the 'money to:come' 1889, Mr. Philips acknowledged the and Philadelphia. Both are admira-
order; 'orare' c&ntrary"to'" the' spirit four from to loan on ;'a cotton crop worth receipt of some tobacco samples from bly situated; each, stands on rising
' republican 'f rni, of government, $286,000,000, a wheat crop worth: Mr. Armstrong. April 3, 1890, he round with water"on,both 'sides; each
' then those demands'aresimplt: battering $267,834,000; a corn crop worth wrote referring to a lot of tobacco he Is happy in position, in, climate, m all
Tams,placed in the' hands'of the $579,053,800, an oat crop worth had evidently received, and told Mr. the advantages to be desired T>y a
enemy: ,: wherewIth'' they may destroy $135,881,800, a tobacco crop worth Armstrong it had been ,sold,.and that great metropolis. In each, what' is
tour.Alliance, ''bulwarks and fortressesand $93,532,P, a: wool crop worth $31- there was 250 pounds of it.' June 19 done by i individuals is generally'well
insure ,the defeat' of Alliance 136,000, and millions of other'nonperishable he wrote' again. July 16 he wrotea and sometimes, 'splendidly done; add
principles. products; to say nothing of third 'time about the tobacco, telling in each, what is done by the corporate
Aa; examination 'of the, demandspromulgated the farm mortgages in forty two other 'him that the parties who bought, authorities in matters the most
Ijy: the Ocala.convention States, which will amount to at least his 't tobacco'would pay for it. September essential to,a:proper city"government,
shows,that'while many of them strike twelve billions of dollars. I 26, 1890, Thomas R. Hart, is either wretchedly done or"leer "titJ4:1J -
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JAKUAKY 1,1891] THE! FLORIDA DISPATCH, FAKMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. or- la .


..... THE CULTIVATOR'
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION 1133J 1891I
terly ,un one. .Everywhere the jl
-01'THE .
wretched'wharves' (.oatdocks" inadequate I I
_
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streets, tad: inefficient: 'systems FIRST RATIONAL BANKOFFLQ1 CountryGentleman'

of the sewerage, paving and lighting! I r 4, .

Pavements"which are fairly good At the & .'Jacksonville in the State of Florida, atthe THE BEST OF THE
close of baalnes December 19,1890.
: taken ,and'replaced
begiamag kav&been up RB80UBO S. '
and Loans and discounts '....$. 278,787.27 AGRICULTURAL, WEEKLIES.
with carelessness 1
utter
: Overdraft,secured and unsecured, W3.83
have been prematurely worn out and U. 8.Bonds to secure circulation.. 60.00UO DEVOTED TO
stocks,.securities claims,etc........ 34,640 80 .
ruined. Obstacles of all sorts are Due from approved reserve agents. 16,860.08 ;: ,'. Farm Crops and Processes,

allowed tangled networks of wires Due from other National Banks.... 10,511.66Due Horticulture &'Fruit-Growing.
;. from State Banks and bankers 22,173 56Bankinghouse t
frequently exists in such masses .overhead furniture and Live-Stock"and Dairying.; '
ftxtun"a ..:.... _.__.:..,.._......: 22500.00 J' bat
t
as to prevent access to buildingsin Other'real estate and mortgages The Subscription Price Is$150 per year:

case ,of fire, and almost cut off owned.. _....;;__:-'M.....-- 8,< Current and taxes pald. 6,900.96Checks
the rays of the sun. Here and there another cash Items...... lO.:89 84 CLUB RATES FOR 189U
'have Hills of other Banks.. ..-..._..... 18.670.00 .
corporations private persons Fractional paper currency,nlci els TWO SUBSCRIPTIONS In one remittance $4

been.allowed,to ,use, the streets in and cents............._..._....MT -n... 171.72 SIX SUBSCRIPTIONS do do 1CTWEL5
I 3p cle __...... ....___ 4,3rt90 AM-S DEN ; SUBSCRIPTIONS! do do 1'U.To
such a manner,as to ruin them for the Legal tender notes ..............Mm. 10,030.00 all NEW subscribers for 1891,paylm
t general public. In wet weather manyof Redemption fund with U. 8. BREEDER. In advance now, we will send the pape-
Treasurer ((5 per cent of circulation of the remittance,to
the receipt
the most important thoroughfares from) ...._' _...__- ..other 2250.00 olden White and Silver Wyandottes, weekly January from,1891,without charge.:
mud in Due U. S. Treasurer, :
I covered with'reeking dry free. Address
are ; than 5 per cent; redemption fund 265.80Total Vflk Speclmen copies
,weather thismud reduced, to an "impplpable -- Plymouth Rocks S. G. Leghornsand LUTHER TUCKER & HON.,Publisher;
1 the of ..... .' ...._._.........._, $ 502,880.24 UU Albany,N. Y.
:
dust containing germs
LIABILITIES. Docks.Eggs
Pekin
almost every disease, is blown into Capital stock paid in-_.._.....>... 50,000.00 .
L nostrils of the surplus fund...-.-?..-....... .,....... 10,010.00 from choice selected stock at all times. REDUCED TO X25MOTE'S
the houses and into the [Undivided profits ". ....__.. 33, 1780 Choice Fowls at reasonable priors. .
citizens. But this'is no"t the worst National Bank notes outstanding.. 45,000.00,)() _The Three-Dollar Bone and Shell Mill and

;. feature;' the city halls of these,larger Individual'cbeclt-deposits......subject i....,.__.._to. 277:;:37-71 Poultry Clover Brooders.Cutter.Circulars Prairie free.State Incubators HIATT
of certifeates of deposlt..... 431.90 and
Demand
towns are the acknowledged centers Certified cheeks..... ... '. 917.45 'E. W. AM8DEN, Ormond, Fla. AUTOMATIC ORANGE SIZERS;
the vilest ,corruption.-ANDREW D. Due to other National Banks........ 9 S&25 ,
Due to State Banks and bankers... 48,740.63 ** -
WHITE in December Forum. Bills payable.h..,................... 20MXXOO S Hundreds now in use. The best:and
-- rcopyf

". Total__-_.. "-.,..-.-..J; ........ 502.38024: uS cheapest sizers made. Will size 400
s :
STATE OF FLORIDA, \MUOITHTY
8'IV All, ,.Od 's 'or DUVAL.J Air TMCV ARC boxes per day.

1 I named.I, Bryan bank Taliaferro, do solemnly, Cashier swear or the that above the THE BEST. Send for descriptive circularS,:and -
-
Th::iw Kt generally useful medicine Is Aycr's above statement I,'true to the best of my D.M. FutftY&Co's testimonials. ,

ri\ii. A.4 ;i remedy for the'various diseases knowledge and belief.* BRYAN TAUAFKBRO, IHustnted,Descriptive and Priced ..... t-

bf the tnluuh, liver, and bowels:these Cashier.; SEED .ANNUAL] E. H. MOTE'S AUTOMATIC. h- .
;PU luvj tid eqiuL Their s garcOaUngftJOM before me this 26th FREE ,1 -
Subscribed and sworn to 1891 will be mailed
and For
only to be easy ORANGE SIZER CO.Leesburgj .
not
them 1
last season'scustomers.
Dec. 1890. to
day of ito all applicants,anu
';pteH; ,Vi UK**, but preserves their medi- JAMES T.MUNOZ, \ It is better than ever.j Fla.
'ettul tefcfriry'in will .climates and for 'nyrMMRwld Notary Public. Every person using Card,
taugUi of time. The best fantily Correct-Attest: f tower w Fit Id Stedt. ,
aiteikue,Ayers WIN:ire.also unsurpassed JAPES M. SCHDMACHEB, should send for It. AddressD.
soldlerii,sailors, JOHN CLARK, M. FERRY & CO.
of travelers, .
SCIIUMACUEn.Directors..
:forUte Use J. C. B DETROIT"MICH.I =
h some of1:0 .,
ea.nl+n, fta-1 plonecrt10 1 Largest Seedsmen in the worldK j E1KLnbjeet
in -it rrtikul eascj: ,wueu all other remedies I .

Look Here, Friend, Are You Sick?' [ ( [

haveAyer's Pills, Do yon suffer from Dyspepsia, Ind'Nervous! FRUIT EVAPORATORDifferent to SPAS3rs'ar "osost likely troubled with
: Sour Stomach, Liver Complaint IAN The bed remed7 for this is the celebrated
tff.JcWve. ness.Lost Appetite,Bllllousness, Exhaustion T Elta.ds.dZIMMEF Ya 1..e HOllMd.B.A.FAMNESTOCK'SVfRMIFUCE.Be .
prove Pains In Chest or Lnngs.Dry i. n04Te&ninoMaQdnev rTall l a.OoMrr e p&rao
"lit La summer oi 18C4( I was scnt,to,the or Cough Tired,Nlghtsweats Feeling any form of Consumptlonf BLYMVE&.Uen<3prle WOK 8.WORKS&CO.Claee wtl,0.jl I&rt7 that: 'bll injU.L;_ue B.t.tbu avotdin l glTniTitlnM
'cliroulc fHK
I with
,ARiiapo1i hospital, suffering It so send to Prof. Hart,88 Warren
dl4.lTkM. "WWle .teere,,,!..becanie so re- street New Yc'rk.who will send you? free., by
1 dueed f strength that'I could not speak and i maU,a bottle of Floraplexion,which Is a sure FOR

was QoapeU. dTta write w ryth\ng\ \wanted cure.( Send today.Tim's: SPRINGPLANTING.
to Sftyi:"\ '\f3."theJi having' some'25 or 30- .ROSES-SEEDS I

stools per,day The doctors ordered a medl- .
clno tlut l'was' satisfied would be of no

t 4)eIa&t tome.. J. did not take' ,It. bumperw -' If plant Roses,Hardy Plants,Bulbs or Seeds,we would like to send you our NEW GUIDE,
feuwe to get me some.of!_ Dr. you FREE You will find it useful.
JI+ 1 tii pages beautifully illustrated on application. PLATS,BULBSand
locldn the lifter- Pills Novelties and best things in NEW ROSES HARDY
"'A er's Ptds; About twoo' We offer all the Choicest Ourjbusiness is one of the largest
and by mid- SEEDS,postpaid to door,satisfaction guaranteed.
noon I took six of these pills, your difference whether orders are largeor
your
and we will be pleased to serve you no
In the Country
\&t:\ $tit.tdleelbetter.tInthe"inoruing .small. Write to-day for our New Guide FREE. THE DI GEE*COIAIce..WEST BflWE,PA.
tiltS doctors came again and after- ecldlng

that ntf yB fto s were more favorable,gave 'CONSTIPATION.Ts SPRAY YOUR FRUIT TREES'AND VINES.
me a different medicine, which I did not use, CUEE .
txtt leek lew inort.l\\l\t\\ plll&luitead:: Tlie Wormy Fruit and Leaf Blight of Apples,Pears..Cherries Plum SPRAY Cur-
should hay. w.. EXCELSIOR
health one .
the doctors came to see me, and --.JeJ' culla prevented bY'lprallnr.with
next day ffosh EX.CELSa.OH
using
enatloB0 eyel'T'1."eaty ; by
afar GRAPE
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,fe4Hftil I was doing< nicely; (and so.dld'l). ".an. The evils, both mental" '.ad .PUMP.1 KNAPSACK Sp gyR'; also injurious .Insects which infeal
I Ihea took ORe pill a day for a week. .At the pbjaieal resaltlds from Currants( .oseberrles-:-R -mes and Strawberries. PERFECT-
end of Itet time, I considered myself cured: F UITALW YS El AT GOOD PICES mailed
free Large
aad.ttat. Ayers Pills had saved.my.life.. I HABITUALCON3TIPATIONaerions. &1 ogue showing al injurious insects to fruits
of the of Fruit Trees,'Vines and Berry Plants at Bottom Prices*
wail Idea weak but,had BO return aerions.' For the emy stock
I1l1BOu.
$*eftse, and tallied In strength as fast as {,.f tits coBnaoa- trouble Tatt'"ty. Addreu,W.M.BTAILQitiacy, ,
i ee.U expected7.".C. Luce, Late.Lieut.ttttt .' Ice aUolledd"aye" Elegaatiy irain 4 a sugar popularity coated.... :. .:

."Ayer's Begt: MASS.rtth are1t.h.e'YoL Infantry. Ir SOLD\EVHRYWHEE1.NIAGARA & STOKE!

'
Best JOHNSON MAILEDtoanwhowritefori'}
zooe000 PHIrE '
: -

I have ever used for,headaches and they: 3-BUD CUTTINGS CHOICE.NOVELTIES Vegetable. E EDSOS.E5s22dsi

,a&t ttke a eharm In relieving any disagreeable "- BULBS FOR SUMMER FLO WARS. FJew a'NKWDTOABDENTooL8&POULTBY
mUle stomach after eating. Stunt 1)x. '
sensation
'
'OB BALE.
,"- -Mrs.M.J.'Fergasrtn'rullensrVa.; ; JOHKSOH A STOKES,217 A 219 )(ute Street, PHILADELPHIA) PJL
all from bearing vines.
These cuttings
are
from dys-
sufferer for years .
"I was y y y
,
*& dad|liver troubles and i found nope All orders :most be In by December 1;1880.e.5O -

Jl.l&1 n fins. e&t teller until I commencedTtakhig $ per 1,000, Orders. of 10.0CO and up Plants, Siwubs,.Vims,
effected a eomtf4e discount.
Ayer's Pnta. They have wards.96: per cent.
em."-George: W. 4Mooaey, wana: State .agents' for-,the sale of NIAGARA &'Ornamental, TJJIiS,Etc.CATALOCUE ,
vines.
Walla, n.T. f uid QKKKH MOUNTAIN grape
.. HAYNES, YOUNG dTfiAILEY, FREE.
,
s Pills: .Pioneers of G rapt' Culture In South Florida, ;. .
.p.yer Fla. illustrating d'desCriblnk'one'ot the largest ,
BOX4S8. :Orlando, Over 150 pages a :
: '
_Tnspitise .TH.J. 0 L" f and best assorted stocks of,Seeds, Trees:and-Plants in the b/8.

Best value for the money in our*I Tested Jtforelttes' ,. aad, Speei&i
C.,_AYES & CO., CanM.N.. iPiVEOWPiffiATflft! Low Priced Collections. -

I ',l>y aN 1 nru iau! and. de ai l.rs' in M dlchi. ElE ELIIOR i 37 YEARS. 25 GREENHOUSES. '70O ACRES.
Imple, Perfect a'4 | elf'.aepl.t-
.. ...- ., ..'.1 to Asi la oos Mtal peroeaJ OI*' m' .. THE STORRS ,.& HARRISON CO..,

,S A1fM4fOII'aea:aged M4LITARY.ACADEMYifor boys F or'lll'd catalog, \, !;l glen O = '. Paine vl4e'OhIoe
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'>. ';r. FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER' AND FRUIT-OROWER.; JANUARY ( "
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. :- t.: 1 Culture of the 'Poppy./ the past that we have '1 been afraid to Ocala State and Leon County, exhibition [NEW SUBSCRIBERS ONLY.) *
: Planet Fanner and First Premium Grade
Frott-Oroiren act and oursel Jersey herd. Stock for .
protect res. Our great sale low,, by Wx B. SCHBADEB, Tallahassee -
written
Several i have in
us regardto : farmers ,Fia. .;. 141-2t'
neglect has been to cultivate BIO'PremiumOger I -

tile} cultivation the poppy for the most important crop upon For sale-:2,000 one-year-ofd Japan persim ,
opium. We have obtained the mon grafts two to
seven feet Imperial,
the farm, the braincrop. When this Triumph and otber-choice varieties. B. .B.,
proper: variety of seed butT, n give'no movement began'we were told it ELSE,Orlando, Fla. 12.l5'2&' .!

information as, to, its ,:culture. It would be impossible to unite the farm- Cypress tanks and cisterns, all sizes; also

:: 'might'be of interest to many of your beat and cheapest, pump in the market.
with the 'laborers .
.r ers of cities and Address,FLORIDA Box& BASKVT FACTORY I _
,readers publish. ,such an article. towns. Let me whisper it to you now Center Hill, Fla. 12-25-6t I, .

,H. .G. HASTINGS.. ,. that there is no solid North and,there For sale or exchange for Northern property, THB
.Interlaekezi, Fla. two orange groves of five acre each, and '
1L. O R'Y
D A,
never will be againand I trust and house and lot; or will 'exchange for orange '
We..believe some. experiments in grove north of Orlando. J. E UBOVBR, Port and
Farmer FruitGrowerFor
believe that in Dispatch
this direction have been made in this >1892< there will be no Tampa, Fla 12 2S-8t ,
solid South. .
,
,State, with,the particulars of which Beggar Weed seed,pure. and free from chaff. one year and a Cop of
< Quantity required per acre, 4 to6lbi; price, '
we are not familiar., The,departmentof For Derangements of the Brain. per pound 2ac., .pounds for 12. Add lu rents WMtner's Gardening in Florida
Agriculture at Washington has Place p ex ra, If order is..hipped by n'all. ,
Use Hereford's Acid Phosphate. orders at once with ExCELSIOR Srzn

lately issued a Bulletin treating on the Dr. D. P. BOULSTER Me. Fla.FARM Jno. A. Oerinond, Manager, Kenka' ALL, FOB $:1.00 %
Augusta, 41-25
subject from which we quote the following -
:' says : "Tn functional. derangement of Home Grown Nursery Stock. Keller on Whitner's' Gardening in Florida is a
their
the brain own and LeConte roots Garber's handsomely printed and bound book f
and pf
I have
This Important drug la the concreted juice nervous system, Hybrid, eckle and other pears, and appleson
L Conte roots 250 pages,b trig a comprehensive treatiseon
FigPomegranates
prescribed it with gratifying results. pecans -
which exude from wounds incisions made
or Kelsey and Marianna the
plains. LeConte, vegetable and tropical products of
IB the capsule (pod)cf the poppy., The best one and two years old. Peaches and grapes Florida, by Prof 'J. N. Whitner, A. M.
Write to PULESTON &
for the cultivation of the Is CO..MQnUcel'o.1 Fla
ground poppy a
This is
J2-1 -4t. book much sought after for its
light ao.l with a rocky sutaoll, which should FLORIDA I SPAT practical information.
be rift aDd dl7. In Smyrna the sowing usually 1tR01'lQj Wanted-Sonr orange reed. Write, givlen
JlCHAS. price, to M. E., GILLXTT,South Lake Weir
,
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commences in,Octo .r. In that climate t RMR' f ARMIRS AIUAHCI 11*.. 12-13-*' $2.00 buys the book and our
the growth progresses slowly throughout the paper for one year. '
eeaoUDATreJMuALs a Lady Canv&S8er WantEd-Jacksonville f
winter months.+ 'When' the" plants attaln'aheight : city and vicinity also one for every city analcounty This is certainty a grand offer. Sendin

of two Inches they are thinned out to in Florida,for a ready selling article orders at once, ., ., r
the required distance and hoed This operation W. DACOSTA, Publisher. only used by'ladles; good commission paid. ,
Address R. HESSE, 101 West Springfield C. \V. DACOSTA,
Is repeated occasionally. aa may be necessary. -
Boston
Street, ,Maas. 12-11-71 Jacksonville: Via. .
The plant ordinarily reaches the height
Very fine old Villa "Franca and
of two to three feet, but in rich soil sometimes Term of Subscription:' Eureka lemon one-year*buds. on four y ar old roots, at -

beoomlag five or six feet. It begins to For one year$2 00 25 cents each. F. E. WELLS, Bartow, Fla. $60. $60.

produce flowers usuall7'aboat May Boon For.six month .... .. .. ..?,.100 12.18.4tFor

after the fall of the flowering leaves the pods 9&Subscriptions In all case. cash In ad- Sale Budded orange tree, large siresstrictly
first-clats, 20 to 40 cents. G THE BEST IRRESPECTIVE OF PRICE.
and HOWE
vance, no paper continued aft'the expiration ,
begin to enlarge and are matured in two
or
.
of the time paid for. Okahumka, Lake county Fla. 12-13-5-
-, three weeks. The flowering continues on the Kate of Advertising on application. Giant Bamboos, same as at Ocala ExhibI- i
M, bran hes or oa other plants through.two or RKMITTANCE should be made by ObdCk, tion,60 cents. Imperial Japan Persimmon
three month The business of collecting the Postal Note,Money,Order,or' Registered tet (frn t weighing HA much a 4 18 ozs.), 25
ter,to order of cents. First-class
two-year-old wine
opium begins In the latter part of May, and "LORIDA DISPATCH AND FARMER $I per gallon in quantities of ten orange gallon LT

continues until the middle of August. When AND FRUIT ,GROWER: Co LOW si,CHURCH, Orlando) J2-H 4t

the capsule is 'mature incisions are made Jacksonville, Kla. Wanted-A position to take care of *n orange .
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through the outer skin with a peculiar knife, grove'; 7 years experience; g xxl refer
ences.' Address, BTGMA of M Rice
care A.
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when the j juice exudes in small drops which Forthe original Virginia ventl and fruit Cilia, Fia, 12-18-41

MOB harden that in stew hours the opium crates write to the Bouthtlde_ ManufacturingCo. WANTED.-Twenty thousand Hcrt'sTM.

may be collected., Oae company of men are ., Petersburg, Va. dlff Trees. Correspondence with parties wh i
employed in making incisions upon such > 1I can fu fish sphagnum moss in car lu.... L
GILLETT BROS., South Lake Weir Fla.
plants as they judge to ,be in a fit condition, I A Novel Announcement. ,July 24, 189'.

and they are followed in a few hours by others I :-
The of Wanted Five hundred Jaffss on good s xe,
publishers TUB YOUTH'*COMPANION
who collect the soft juice by scraping it off No 1, Ito ka. State s ze and. price "". G
and placing it on a tin plate held in;the hand.. have 'ent..ul'a handsome Souvenir with tbe'a SAMPSON Boardm, Fla. 121351.

When a sufficient quantity has 'been collected announcement of authors and articles for the Great bargains, in very desirable real estMt

it is transferred to a leaf,in which it is next year's. volume. It has seven Illuminated: Send for description and price. J.L.DERrEux,

enveloped. Only the best quality is treated pages, one for each day In be week,very' Lakeland Polk.count, Fla 12-13-51 i

.' in this way., The inferior is removed into 'a quaint in style,the whole forming Book of stockproofbedges.Macartney roses make Plants beautiful and cuttings, evergreen for,

shallow WwoJea, tub, in which it is left ,a few Days," and each page Illustrating a line of sale. JL ONE LL, Falrbank, Fla. 12-13-161

days to dry, and then rolled In balls and en- 'the old rhyme: For sale-A first-class platform spring J. J. CALHOUN & CO.,

veloped leaves in the same manner as that "Monday for Health, wagon.: Panel body. Capacity sixteen BXCtDSIVS DEA1SR3
hundred pounds Jos SKINNER, Ar-ber,
Tuesday for Wealth
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orthe4nt.qaallty. The is
poppy an exceedingly Fla. II-27-6t!

y tender plant the growth of which is attended Wednesday the Best Day of all; FOB SALK CHxA600acres of splendid ,NATIONAL TYPEWRITER
with many dangers before reaching Thursday for I Of set, farming' land within five miles of Jacksonville.

maturity. A slight frost,continued rains or Friday for Crosses,' ; .' The finest tract of land in East Flor' -
Saturday No Luck at all ida Address Box707, ,Jacksonville.. Fla.
'great heat: ma.nlln the crop. of a whole district ; 11-13-* AND SUPPLIES,
Sunday the Day that is Blest
in a very l short time. Wanted to ex..hanPDreuGoldenWya 1-
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The poppy plant, has been tried In this With Heavenly Peace and Rest," dottes" for White_ Wyandottes,. Plymouth ;!52K West Bay Street,

country in Conneticut, Verment.,' New York, This novel and unique Calendar Is sent free. ANDBUSS Rockier' White' Leghorns Address*- WK.' U..
,Archer. Fla. 116
Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Kansas and CAn" to all New Subscribers to THE COMPANIONwho .A.OXSO E.PLOBTDA.
fornia., There is.o uoubi that a Coed qualityof send 1.75 for a year' subscription and Orange sixers For, circulars address. -
ALFRED Aux,Lake Weir Fla. lt(>26.10t
opium can be produced here.. The mode of HCADOUAMTCN: IN AMCMICA rOM MUSIC oxtssuERio
request it at the time they subscribe '
cultivation,won Id. I1eceau.rUY.al7 some to Specialty In Foreign Grape Vines' Chas--
S correspond with the variations of climate. THE COMPANION will also be sent to Jan, selas Luttichau. best market ,grap and by
4QuAUrY
The plant is sufficiently matured to free weeks the earliest in Florida Write for
: I commence 1891 and for a fall year from that date,
gathering the opium In about ninety eatalo:ue.. H VON LumcnAtf.EHrl ton,
days. JroU directions for the culture and Including the Five Double Holiday Numbers FLA.. lu-26ut

,gathering are given in the Agricultural Report and alt the Illustrated!! Weekly Supplements Panaira Asparagus roots, for tan planting.
BOXESNoMusicBoxescanbeGasrsateMiwithoutGautschi's
MUSIC
for 1970. The experiments that have Tax COMPANION Is already favorite; In ball f .Tne best kind for*lorlda For sale at SI 00
been made im this direction do not to bu 'dred ',
appear a million homes,and old as well as ,per by A. F. WOOD, Box 75,Jacksonville -
youngenjoy
have been
very satisfactory, on account of rla. 10x'PRAR ::
the much greater cost of labor tibia country Its weekly visits."CENTAWORD". '
than taBirope and tai.. Probably it;might RE R'S HYBRID TREES.FOR AN..OrHER8.LECONTE,APPLYTO GAR- SCHI Ay,

be made profitable by farmers as one'of a B, W PARTRIDGE. Monticello Fla, &SON gD
number of crops, and by small 'cultivatorswho COLUMN.To 10-26-, *
could command labor at moderate .
Patent Safety Tune change. Patent.Nov.12,1889.
prices.
Insure Insertion, in this column advertisements and
Old Music Boxes carefully Repaired Improved
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most be
accompanied: by the money.
Advertisements must not exceed nrtj words.. U.EROrFER,
Grand.Words. Postage Stamps received in payment.

.. ", Mr. H. L '''Loucks: of South Dakota Count every word Including name and address.; PI :CHOICE' POULTRYJLHB ;

late candidate for Governor: on Kor Satsuma orange and Japan persimmon n

the, independent ticket in that state ; tree.. address' FKAKCIS TBCKBLOOD,Archer TWA
Fla. '
made a speech at Ocala Fla. to the M-4t, In'A.qa&.8eptoab, COLLIE ]>eG8..
_Wanted-Aa housekeeper('ranT po.iuon'oi .BUT October and wbM
farmers in which he said '"It is ,trust, town or country oood reference.. ply ,
: our Pl ase address,A. N. Francis crops: are sold. Spec Caste White, Silver, ad?Go den -1-. ottf'a,
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Kla. It
fault that the condition of the farmer t Prices. TlwLoirwtkBowa.DaeraiberUth. White and Barred Plymouth Rocks--
Light
Plymouth Rocks for sale Cocks ,S3;; cockerel J1IIItaliMle esakdoalsl1M5. ))
has become so bad. We, have fol <1; hens,75c and fl; pnllets.75c. Also,, No Interest* Brahman;;White, Silver; Uo'deo..nd'W.I.
lowed'the trio Leghorn*,c$2.50. .V. C. SA WTZL Beau Oar entire ttock- ny mkpcioecrstjrle. B. Polish; HHver and l Black Hamburg*;
plow with open and clerc Fla. ,
eyes U' BEST 8.
: Brown and Whltahgliorni H Aedxni:B. B.
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the political bosses with eyes tight Head qua:ter* for two-year branched Le- I'.k reer ofler, we ever". ''e.I' Red and Pit Games. IAOOtN-wDock"Ban-!
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Conte Kelsey, Blood, CbabO ,Yellow pan, S ..... '
shut. I for,iren.. ,
am glad to have received so Golden Beauty and Slmonl Plums on Marl- A \Vrke tarns and Gainas in,variety.I ( .

much conservative .advice since we anna roots' from tbree to ten feethigh..' 8DMMKK.CFFKK.1&9OUIDDEN have the aceney for the -Monitor"Incuh'tor *-

have arrived ,here. /But the troubleis Pies.MariannA Uiiibrel'a tree' China and cuttl and n.Pecan.. Pom tree egranates,Ad, 18% & BATES : ,'the,bestand. cheapest. to the BFinrkel.Federal "I../

we,have bees, so conservative in dress: ,J. GIBARDKAU, Montioello., .l-4t Fla. V. SAVANNAH!, CA.. ,, '. '. dI'tH.... .. ,"w..rA1.J Point E. ;,Fla.


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.PLANT-,' BED, > .CLOTH.# '," ..WHITE :BQWKER'S VEGETABLE GROWERA ,
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ofttbe Diamond WhluGrape .
1 Cheap stabstitatef"for7'glas OB hotbeds. ,, pointed Company BOle'agent.for Florida and 'Ueorgia, SPECIAL HIGH GR VDE COMPLETE MANURE
cold frames,etc. Three] grades, Light,Medium Write me fora terms 'or vneyardptanttng.
f ,heavy.s Great I dues meats offered. For Early and Late Vegetables* .
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s< E.D OBOIS,Tallahassee, Fla.,

For Florists Gardaners,. 'Tobacco -
ARo.!: e
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} Growers, etc., S ::.;O

Protects from frost, promote* hardy vigorous "., tc--;:.,r
acVAw
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growth. Wilt not t-hrink or mildew. "' ';a2 -!..i
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For sale by lending dry goods houses,H'fd4- = f M=
IFjrv24III
r men,florists, etc. For circulars and sample g 4 aTi "..t.b. -.
PplT ,"" ; -=:=
WATERPROOF FIBRE CO., : ..... .. .
NATIONAL '"
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27 South 8t ,New. : York, ... CJt=
t Agents wanted. ,5 ai; O"
Also waterproof oven from 2,}{ cents per t owxl'S
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square. foot.ROGERS'GROUMSTATUARY.. "- '. OC-.Q s: ? .
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A NEW GROUP PBICBI12" M Q1" 1.r

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i Faust sees ,Mar- ; Photograph of Potatoes raised on Bowker Fertilizers exclusively.

=. The Powker Fertilizers won over all other' fertilizers' In the 1883 potato contest,producln
for the first 1Ia.-S 0 : that crown on any other fertilizer stubl manur
urite E EI crop IA jcnr by seventy imne'; iha r
::.&::1.-u.= fl.. 3r both comblntHl,the yield being 7383i bufchih, ,and taking the grand prize or'I.10J.

time as she is walk- e t.:":!aGra The Bowker Fertilizers stand\ over 90 per cent. on a scale of 10):

ing in the street and '." .-:.. ....... .C a""., .._...d In Holubiiity: and Solubility in a Fertilizer,means' the Greatest'. Sue

.,:iI': ., .0.j in Growing Crops.
accosts her: saying: 'I .', cess .
.Q.J In, Bowker Vegetable Grower we seek to combine in the proper proportions tbos.brmsof
t .Fair lady may I thus make free our plant-food' which produce a strong healthy plant; In a word,to properly r feed ibis

To offer you my arm and company" daM or crop so that they will withstand dlsea&e and uhatnreearly. from high grade
manufactured
.She replies as she leaves him: STRAWBERRIES. material This fertilizer thonmguly like mixed Booker's and screened Orange by: tho Grower.aid of is the most approved machinery. I'
will act quickly
fertilizers,
and more laslog result than ordinary
"I am no lady am not fair. vllUpread farther give Banta
walenuellons
( beans, peas, cabbages,
rod'has. been us.d succeMfuliy potatoes '
,<. Can wi(hout escort home repair. 'We make the original VirgrniaVentilated oupe ,and alt I r.,ota and vine '
An illustrated Catalogue of all the, Fruit Carriers for 'f Illustrated: Pampblets containing interesting. report sent free to any farmer. who men

now published will be mailed Strawberries and Tomato If Ions this parer3OWKER'
groups York.
CO. Boston and New
FERTILIZER ,
'on receipt of'10 cents. you want fancy prices for yout '

The 'group will be delivered free of Pomatoes, ship them in a No. A- M. BOND, Agent for Florida Jacksonville.. .
I .Jto
at railroad station on re 41..r No. Ventilated Carrier.
".expense any a 42 .

ceipt of the catalogueprice. Early Strawberries in a No. 34or :JHJTJST1S NURSERIES. .. ;*"f6.Eustis ,.

JOHN ROGERS, 36 Crate Catalogues,"prices "* Fla.
''f'' '' Lake County, ,
12lh st. New York.
14 West ,
,! ': ,: md samples free on applcation .
Offer for sale for immediate planting ;
!Vii', O. PERRIE HAVENS Southside Mfg. Oi'Petersburg :
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> 4 ; OF ORANGE AND LEMON TREES
; ; I t A"+ :Va :\ FINE.. ,:STOCK .
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Leading PhbtographerOf
One ana two year buds;choicest varieties,all Clown en pine land.
the Kaicb freeze Plant new deilnj the rainy
uninjured by
entirely
My Nurseries were .. .
the State., Estimates onVIEW9 TIE ,' > t ?
OF
BEST : ason. Write for special prices
( G. H. NORTON.

.. : \\\\\tl\\\ CLASS.WIIDIILLS".
: Up to 18x22 given on application. 12-Mm, ,JOIN THE

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Building and Loan Association,


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PUIISliaPCIyC&rs;I of this Association have never been equalled In Florida It offers terms. that
Fo The terms
ca of paying tent to a landlord have same sum pay for
to,instead .
Slic r$. thoulde able every man
Corn
Ear beet terms to
tame property in a f.'w years It offers :
8 od for book rlytes
full Information b'M.ENTERPRISE STOP! A MORTGAGE.. .,. :

FOR MEN ONLY! CO, Write: ,.for particulars to the above named Association "-'. ,, < ', '' :
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.CIBETtLOPED OK6AKS*FAKTS oFTlMBERoii SANFORD FLA.FORRESTER'S <'<
1.j a lsoaa i. tit... N u th. ORANGE IcLEMDNGRQVE' <'<
t .fr..ti0aZWU.arfa rr... I l FERTILIZER.A.
1 ILRl6 fIOAL Co.i BUFFALO,N.B JONES ORANGE TREE .

ADJUSTABLE. .
D9HTWW GRADEORANGEStUEMON) A. l l ,Food Composed Entirely of: CItEMICALS.

uMP assimilation. ,No putrefaction,stench and jdhea? -germ
? Y Gradual in dissolving;eqn ible in

ACH I Ial E. __ A;: 8IZER. breeding.
JONES NINE GRADE GUARANTEED MINIMUM:;ANALYSIS:
This cut represents
fifth and serenth spouts Actd,*& cent.; Ammonia,4 percent.
j HIZER. Tne first,third actna1! 12 cent.; Available Phosphoric per
Potash( ). per
showin
not
side,and do
Worm oa the opposite
:tidier ST Nt1iN6 '. project the cut.upon HRTC ben in use two years In'Florida Price, in New York, $42 per ton; at anf ord, $46 per ton.
.,and in Caiifordft*and ftr speed,tender handling

STUMPS. of fruit sold,accuracy since introduced simplicity stand durability IlEA and D.AND number ATCIITOTHOMAS E8lMP8ON;",Bath. ROOFING: ':
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Will pagan or SHOULDERS ABOVE..AM'.OTHERS.CHEAPEST A I Hit I O ington.: D I). No'
dttn became"'the/ ,are the BEST. mull Patent obtained' Write for Inventor! GUST.ELASTic ROOFING FELF costs
,i MUiEti and circular describing
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Send for thispear'a prices
Guide, 12.00 1W square feet. Makes a good
only per
..MAKE8ACLEAM STYLES ot.Oran and
1 JONES Machines THREE with,testimonials'from leading ." roof for years,and an*one can put It.on. bead
iw rr0x Lemon growers packers and shippers. Send; also /EARS FOR PROFIT i IN THE .SOUTH stamp for sample ELAHTIO and,fad particularsCJujc ROOTING: Co.: ,
.., Nn.a..p.rw Peach Apricot,Plum Prone, Nec .
ey..l.
ukY.t; a. a ,'for JONES circular.In"nse 'lELUSTBATKD'lJ" KBEE. 30 A: 41 West Broadway,New York.
tarine. Walnut;etc.ztCaeh1ne .
rn.w Her .te 1r7 ar u. x.eu.., lt.tn. Ott hI.i owl to States. 'JONES': Machines are in t operation Jenalnf'st .Nursery .Co., ,* T1oms. suited.

H.JAMES Oa p M MILNE w I..is4$a>r &a N Wurs r s4xo.Mot t somewhere k&ctloa. Address THE,YEAR J.A.JONES ROUNB.,cork giving,Pay sat> .l i/', Title, Oe.rf la. ", Lecal.-.:..:" ,I- ; or".


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4 ". .. 40 Goods; Desks of# all Kinds<'and
WE SELLj ANO ,
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YOU THE BEST SA "
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GOODS, FOR THE LEAST MONEY. 0 r JA O/S/ '

: HOUSE, FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. ONVILLE. .
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.:Carpets" Mattings,. Curtains. Window Shades. Hanging Lamps, China and I J .LA_:. _

T: : :Y; Crockery Sets, Tin Toilet Sets, Mirrors, Curtain Poles Brackets.. -
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;;.\: ; :'. Hotels, Boarding Houses Shios Steamers Offices and Private Residences Furnished from Top to 'Bottom.r
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water' :J for. .least" ,. ,.expense.. \ 1 '.

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Agt. for Hall Steam'Pumps, Root's Spiral Riveted Pipe and,Fisher Governor.



LITTLE BROTHERS. FERTILIZER AND PHOSPHATE(!) CQtnj

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Jacksonville, Florida.
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Dealers. in and Manufacturers: ;of High Grade Fertilizers.; "


Orange Tree and Truck Fertilizers. Cotton and Corn Fertilizers. .

All Grades or Fertilizer Materials: on Hand .at; Lowest; Market Prices '
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We have rece-tlyy purchased the, : factory and good will oi theSouth Florida, Fertilizer_ Co., at Orlando. ,i Fla.I .

.Shipments S ready November 15. .. Write for: pamphlets and? testimonials. *'S

J.. ALEX.. LITTLE Secretary. and Treasurer: :....,

.. JACKSONVILLE FLABORANGES. .
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VEGETABLES. :. :;." '. W. w. HAWXINt3; d k30N9 : $.,1
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Jradkj's Vegetable' ,Fertilizer. Bradley's, :Orange,-Tree"Fertilizer.. M :J.EL ke George', Ti1 u.r.er1e.-:.
'..Wish to call attention to the fact"that they have the genuine Riverside or Wachiprtoo;;'Na J
I "' Bone and Potash vel Orafaee,budded directly from one of the ttnert groves in Riverside, CaUl ml..: We iiave 1
Fish and Potash, one jear buds carrying from n veto eight handsome specimens of the froU.. We have,'two
ftnev&J1eUesotheBlood Orange,the Maltese) Blood and the Bound 8wee -SJood. They are*
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'" Pun Fine Ground Bone both extra fine fruit; '''We also have the two best varieties of early oranges, the Centennial
: and Parson Brown. Also the Jatra,the variety which took.the first prise at the Sooth YlorIda -
l DrJ GronRd Bone Exhibition last February. We have a full line orother citrus. tvarieUes.aisp; other fruit
: ? and Ornamental.Trees.. Catalogue tree on application._ '
sulphate of. Potash W. ,W. 1IA WKl1rs'k"ONS. ., ke'GeoTtct, ,,Pla." ,y

Tobacco Fertilizer,. ,Sea Fowl Guano Patent Superphosphate of;;1- Thte'is'6xo. W MOTERS1.ORANGE

Lime Muriate of PotashNitrate of Soda, Kainit, &c.. :i BoX T HEAD. -
The FRAME Is mortised and FINNED .
'together.' ', '
BRADLEY :I,' ;The panel.Is secured in,a groove.
FERTILIZER 00. ,Ih.T i The FRAMES:?are all exactly UNI 4
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fS : :aOSTC) s., !I 'Boxes,will'.always make.up nice. ,, and;, ,_
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Branch. Office, LUQ-TJST-A., GA, I','H :dressed/i iiwlde> and outside. _
W. J. POIJiARD Qftn'l Img OOOJ.l1L lOULH Fk .1 I ; 'E very. head.. WARRANTED' a good. ,.
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.. Time 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York:and Phila-
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JPa sn.flre Bates : .;';_.
Between. Jacksonville and New York:1st class I2S.6G;Intermediate,919.00; Excursion frfiUQ
.ft Steerage$12.O.Jacksonville :
'. \ and Boston: Cabin 9Z7M:Intermediate,121M;Excurslon.ftf.30! ; 8teerageJ1126
THE: Magnificent Steamships olthis Company are appointed to 1&11..follows:
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FROM: SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.
[Central or 90 o Meridian Time.]
York Charleston and Florida Lines. CITY OF AUGUSTA Capt. Catharine............................Friday, Jan. 2- 10.00 a m
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. Fisher. .___'" .111 _.......:...Saturday If 3- 11.00am
KANSAS CITYCapt. Kem ton..._........ .....-..., ......Monday It 5- 1.00 p m
CHATTAHOOCHEE.: Capt. Daggett.;....... .. ...............Wedne day.fA, 73.00 p m
The. Magnificentto lteam. hip of this Line are appointed NACOOCHEE. Capt. Smith .. ..............:............ .......Friday, : 9- 400am5.00pm
CITY OF BIRMINGHAMCapt-BursTi: ..... ....... ................Saturday, 1012-
tail as follows CITY OF AUGUSTA t. Catharine.......... ..................Monday. 7.oop m
(ft 'DJB.) TALLAHASSEE,Capt. Fisher........._.............__....Wednesday, 14- 9.00 p m
,7._ Now YOI'Ire. ..... JFieri ., KANSAS CITY apt.Kempton........... ............ .......... .Friday 18- 10.00am11.00am
Q'1<<_,1 B.I 1 BTIAMBB) da. IaBIRMINGHAM: Daggett........... .........<....Saturday 11 17-
ti t Dec. 26th. at81'. x:....CHEROKEE"..Thursday. .Tan. 1st; at 8:00A.X. .._..._ ._........._... II 19- 1.00 p m
t Fridays Dec..29thJat8P."SEMINOLE".8unday, .Tan. .. 4th, at 10 A. X.. CITY OF Ca t. Burg.......,.. ...........Wenesday, 21- 3.00. p m6.00am
Monday .... .... .. .. ...... .... ,.
:day Dec. 811 at 8 P. H. ."IROQUOIS" Tuesday, Jan. 6th. at 12 Noon. CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Catharine ? Friday., 23-
Wedn Friday Jan. 2d. at 8 P.x.!..ALG NQUIN".'Thursday Jan. 8th, at, 1:80 P.x. TALLAHASSEE, Capt.Fisher................-................-.Saturday, 2.a5.80 p m'
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Capt.Kempton Monday 2828- 1M
Monday Jan 5th at8p.K..YEMASSEE" Sunday Jan. 11th. at 4:00A.K. p m
k Jan' 7th.,'at S P. "CHEROKEE"..,Tuesday, Jan. 13th. at 6:00: A. x. OHATrAHOOO EE. Capt.Daggett............................WedDe,day, 8.00 pm
Wednesday;JaD. 9th, at 3 P. H. .."SEMINOLE".,, Thursday Jan 15th, at 8:00A.M. NACOOCHEE apt. Smith............_.... ........................Friday.. 339.OOa m
)2 4 Monday Friday, lth; at 3 P."IROQUOIR".h.... Sunday, .Tan. 18th. at l1:00A.K. .CITY OF BIRMINGHAM,Capt.Burg........... ................ Saturday !319.30 a m
Wednesday,JaD. 14th. at 3 P.H. 'ALGONQUIN" Tuesday Jan; 20th. at 12 Noon. FOR BOSTON. .

'' .laD. 16th; at 8 P.H. ....YEMASSEE.'.. Thursday; Jan. 22d. at 1:80 P. x. GATE OtTY Capt. Doane............. ....... .................. .........Friday Jan. 2- 10.00 a m
I. Monday Jan. 19th, at 8 P.x."CHEROKEE".. Rnnday .laD. 25th. at 4:00A.x. CITY 011' SAVANNAH, Capt. Googlns ......... .:........h.. Monday, It 6- BUOpm(
Wednesday Jan 2111, at 8 P.x. ...SEMINOLE"... Tuesday, Jan. 27th. at 6OA.( M. CITY OF MACON Capt. Lewis...._ .:.. ...__............Saturday 10- 5.00p m
Friday Jan., 2d, at 3 P.x. ..."IROQUoI8". .....Thursday. Jan. 29th. at 7 A. M., GATE CITY Capt. Doane.. .._. ._,..._..!...... .... ...........Wednesday 14- BJSO pm1180am
Monday Jan 26th. at 8 P.x. .ALOONQT11N" Sunday Feb lat, at 9OOA.X. CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt. Googins.............._...._....Sunday, 'e 18-
Wednesday.Jan26th. at 8 P."YBMASSEE".f.. Tuesday Feb 3d. at 11:00 A M. CITY OF:MACON Capt. Lewll..u. ........._. Thursday, It 223.30 p m
Friday, Jan 30th, at 8 P."CHEROREE. ; ..Thursday Feb. 5th, at 12 Noon. I GATE CITY, Ca pl'.Doane..._.....__...___.....w.... ... ...... ......Monday, 29- G.30p m.
.New. ,,- "f CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. Googlns.-. ...... *.......... .....Friday 30-, 9.am'(,()
FOB PHIT,SDELgHIA, .

-St. Johns lUv.er .Line. (This Bhlp does, ,NOT:Carry Passengers.) ter vDK8SOUG ..r'.;. .

.. .. ; -" ... ,Capt.Askins .......:............. ,.......:w....... -_.Monday Jan.12.30 pm
DESSOUGfCapt.Askins............w,,..... .....,.., ......... .....Thursday 'Ok- 630p m
.' DESSOUG;Capt.Askins..... .........--._ ,.....*....._ ...;........Sunday *3- b.30p'm
and Intermediate the St. .
ForSanford; Enterprise Pointy on *
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t THESE 'PALACE 8TRAvGaw>w ,

., ;f.' .'.}{" .h.-.,. Johns" River.t ...........'..- .' r .Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Bail L ,','a, : lc line)offex ".
to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages&}.* e., ,
\ : ,_i.'j. The Jerant.Iron.SI.cIe-Whee Steamers / r Through Tickets and Bills of Lading, issued to principal point orthwest
TACKSON' TILLE'r.t: = : via Savannah. For information and rooms apply .
6CJTZO.F: ; ;t; J. P. BECKWITH, General Agent, H. B..CHRIST! Agents

-.t : Oapt: W..A. SHAW, ..: ,. 71 West Bay Street,JacksonTllleTlWestBaySr MRksonvfole.
: B. L..WALKERAgent. 'C. G. ANDE
./ "',.;.' .... ..i'FeED: :CE1EA.EY:: ; ,'>, .L 1Are ...:t .: New Pier.No.85 RICHARDSON'North River New York. City Exchange Building, Savanna. ,Ga.

.J-h i(.:.1 ': ; Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr. W. L. JAMES Agent,13 8.Third& BARNARD Street, Philadelphia.AgentsXewls' Wharf.Boston*.-

'- appointed to sail from Jacksonville,-dally except Saturday at '3:30 p.m. and from ..1..,.D. HA8HAGBN J Eastern Agent, Sav.. FJa.&Western By Co.,261 Broadway N.Y
G. M. SORREL Gen.Manager. W. E.ARNOLD,Gen.Trav.
Jacksonville
Igss. Sanford....... .. dally" -except' r4.Sunday' ..... ,at.9 a.nv. f.... *>,.'", .'. ,....-. F......( For Tickets,apply to&.., F.A W..Ball way office+.... .'. ,Agt.-- ,Fla. r
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,... .' T .t- u. ;i' '' W' SOUTHBOUND. <.. "'t'_'_: "9.: .SCHEDULE.J l a NORTHBOUND. ESTABLISHED '1876.It1IA. .
i Bead Down. 4 : .,. Read Up.
Leave 8:30p. ....#.,...,. f.f vrir* '<:'J4.,'_..Jacksonville '..'..l:M.Y..Arrlvell:4Sp. )(.
t 8-.COP. M.'b.........r.........Pal-tka ........;.. .::...........Leave 7:00 p. M. -W .] : .. :a'OURS.
1 :" 1:30A.M.:..... .... .; 2.-00 p x. H ..
/ 2:45A.M.-f..i.L. ,.'f\.,.... 8t FraDcls.*...tJ";,S.f.1.; { ...... 1245; p.M., WHOLESALE .' '(1-
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,1 It 5:00 ; .t..l. ; ...".J..Bere tord ... .t. ..... II 11:43'.t;:)(.
** 6tXA.M.n./.ir..r..I.II) : .. Blue 8prlDgs .k..I.r..r... i""J .' 11:00A. M Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers-:
ArrIve 8:00 A. x..,........................ ..Sanford..,.,.:,.,;.,,,....*.rt..u 9:00A.: M.f .
9:15A.M. .........;.R:1.i...'I. ..Enterprise.; q.'...'.... ..........-... '* 9:30A. M. ,
Also Steamer EVRRGIA'OK: (freight>nly) from Jacksonville for Astor Mondays,Wednes- 20 WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
days and Fridays at. 6 P,.)[., ,Returning,"leave Astor Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays
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., I HANDLE ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE SEEDS. A COMPLETE STOCK a;
General Passenger and Ticket' Office, 88 West; Bay Street.

; F. OT. IRONMONGER, Jr., Fla..Pass.Agent 88'West Bay St.,Jacksonville,',Fla.. Hay., Corn, .Oats, Flour, Bran,Whe tJ Grits, Meal,
,' W. F. OGt'EIf FAY: Traveling: Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay 6L.Jacksonville, Fla. .

I ..1'. O. PELOT, Frt. Agl,-wharf/oot, Hogan St.,Jacksonville] ,Fla.,.: COTTON SEED MEAL, Both Bright and Dark.

JOHIN. HOWARD,.Fla. Fit. Agent' foot.Laura. St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
.,1 J...A. LESLIE, Supt.foot Laui'a'8t.,Jacksonville,Fla. STATE AGENT FoR 1 PURE GROUND BONF,

1 MARSH:;H. CLTI: ,..A st..Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green, New York. J. E. :Tygert fie Co''S
r THEO. G. EGEB,"Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green,N.Y. NITRATE SOD,

WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents, Star Brand Fertilizers
MURIATE OF POT .1I
if IB South Wharves, Phna lelph a. 5 Bowling Green, N. Y.r QIIIBANTS>sD.A1fALYSI$. 1 .
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taTST SULPHATE POTASH;

4.1( Williams & Clark. Fertilizer 'C,6.NEW Orange FERTILIZER.Vegetable KAI IT, Ere.

I ., These-Fertilizers have no superior in the market and a trial will convince.SUNSET f

YO.RK. .,
'" HILL NURSERYCATALOGUE

.1 Branch Office, No. 729 Reynolds St., A'u01lsta6a', ,

with practlcalhlnts to beg!?;:ers,is worth sending for: It conta1nlvaluabJe'lntormaUon to
C. D. DUNCAN: Florida Salesman. alL with a list of all the choicest varieties .f the citrus family grown.: Peaches,
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Pears Plnms Apricots, Persimmons Grapes and other fruit adapted to the
climate of Florida. Our stock (Is grown on high land and Is one of the tined and lar-
Americus Orange Tree Fertilizer gest .n the State. IT 18'GROWN TO SELL. IF ANY ONE CAN SUIT YOU WE CAN.
'.. Everyone shonld have onr catalogue.. Free on application. Just send your name for on j
.,* Americus Orange: Tres Ko. 2, oJ. J" R. w. IMKKCF. *, 8prltiflr Lake Conntr. f .

Americus .Ammoniated(l .Boae Superphosphate,- ORANGES l LEMo.NS f, '

'''"Americus; Pure Bone ,Meal Americus fione ana Potash,: j POMEGRANATES,. YALB1COTBOPICJLL NTIRSHRIH8J BANANAS PINEAPPLES

.- FIGS, ?
-- V "T.r ";Americus. Strawberry- Fertilizer, 'rti PEACHES. AND BlTBTROPICAL.W. .. AVOCADO GUAVA8 PEARS, ,;
GBAPES ,
9' 't: % ttAmericusSulohate: : of Potash; ,( PA'I'LOQUATtj i Wet Stetk I CLia i Tttriasl Tr Nszisgl I ANONAS,
.1w; t yt ..; t, OLIVES, ROSE, NERIUMiCALADIUM8 "
; Florida Vepetable Fertilizer.i Liberal Bealingt ,
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JE-N BS:. C- i;.,Wlnton, Mandarin,;Fls.: Dr. H.Snl=hi, BellerlewFJaJ-M.E.; :. .PLUMS PERSIMMONS AND i G. TOUSEY, Prop'r,' f CACTL VWfBS, -'

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In proof of which we call attention! to the fact that the .
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,v ? Have?: over{ 2,000 orders now on their books for this Winter's delivery, and the. Reason 4X

.' "'''' %/',',?//4/1/;/// for, planting, has, barely, commenced at this wrifirlg'(Nov "r5)c) ?r m T,
"/ THE ANGEL PEACH, of which we herewith l present a cut, is only'one bf*6ur

\.j .many introductions, but ,we think it is THE BEST. We paid'' $25.00 for one small

.," ; .tree. ,(which. then(represented theientire, ', stock) and first"; offered ,the trees for'sale only ,{

o year, ago. ',If.you want:some of these.trees, would it not be a good plan ,to procure

.\.. them,-FROM HEADQUARTERS and be,sure sure of getting the genuin;-article,?, .r.
.. A full description this and over 50 other' varieties,of peaches Will'be found in.',' "I"

_,,_t ,, r*'t'',', -.- ANGEL. PEACH-the finest out. our Catalogue. l' .. I

;,::There, are several. valuable new: varieties. of, JAPAN', .. ,PLUMS_ _, prominent amongst, _. which are.'the. SATSUMA: BLOOD. .and, BURBANK" :which we...,
?have la" :remarkably'fine supply also,,JAPAN PERSIMMONS,in:many varieties. 'The SANTA FE APRICOT and JENNING'S, FLORIDA,APPLE: ,

'&re'both introductions' of our,,ownj ,and'both; .thoroughly tested and: ; valuable. But why enumerate further .when ,you can have .a catalogue t for

the ;asking, in which the differentvarieties; ";of'PEACHES, ; PEARS, PLUMS, APRICOTS, ALMONDS: 'TIGS,. QUINCES, OLIVES, SATSUMA
ORANGfe( ; ,.JAPAN MEDLARS,,'PECANS: GRAPES.and-other-fruits'and vines, can be studied:aniia proper conceptionjimved.to what is bestsmted

j to your- ;locality,, We have large l test orchards and'have; expended thousands: ,of,dollars,in:propagating and: testing,new varieties._ We have': a quarter

a of a'MiHibn. home, MreaJi'ees' in our,OWAFlorida.Nurseries. THESE, INCLUDE OVER 'Zoo TESTED 'VARIETIES GROWN FOR FLbKIDAWe

AND:.T v'lES. ',guarantee everything,true;'to/rn .me'free'from insects and as fine as can be'grown. We can name very liberal i prices>

< 01:LA I r"e will l do the best we' -oryou'on: SMALL ORDERS; ,it i _will pay you to' write ,,\\LS in 'relation- 'to AN -ORDER OF ANY, ,

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/'L. TABER 'Propri tbr., Glen St. Mary, Florida. ,
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and Qotton SeedLinseed Meal : ,
: Eloodand Bone, y'" Dark Bright ,
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Blood, :J3dne and Potash., :Canada ECardvbo'dof Ashes; ;

,/.', L .Ohica -o"Bo"rie' Meal; 1 ,I. 4 V.**,1 -- "u Sulphate Potash;, &0. r
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lY-4' Cra:Ji..e': .Tree H a Food.- i"i :Beari.n.g a e+ "j ', t.:,' $ ':..

c rarig 'Tree! POd d., -'SZ"ouiag.. 'T'reo. .t.'

Vege1iab1e aiad; P Otatc G-row- : ':('

(3-EO.( WILSON, Gen Act.. 22 W. Bay St.'JacksonvilleFla.' '

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I POULTRtSw,f b FOODi 1 DARLING'S COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. I

'KIlAI'! Made Expressly for the FRUIT AND TRUCK.GROWERS OF FLORIDA.,
.1. db -:Manufactured by the- ? .
.. L. DarllBg FerHlixer. Ctmpaiiy; JPawtvcket. R. |; |
JrZ.'Trade I 8onthVr&*fflce ahdWarehonseV;>JAb SOK ILll ,'PrJ.. IW}
PIANOS. I w. H. MACOMBKK general.gales;,Agent Bostwlck '.
l Mark. Our FerUlixers have given U ?$Satisfaction/the. past'season. Semi tor
1 ... giving prices,and testimonials from some of the l growers.. f
UNEQUALLED( IN HOLLIS.CANNED MEAT FOR POULTRY! -_ i t", ) .

Will Make Hens Lay I .. ; NURSERIES0. ,
T.T u h Workman! p 3 DurabilityBaltimore
.. Will Make Chicken*Grow,
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.. ,22 and 24 East Baltimore Street. AND GOOD FOB MOTTLTINO Fowts i
New,York, 118 Fifth Ave This food is strictly fresh meat,carefully Milwaukee-Florida ,Orange Comp1ijij;.
Washington, 817Matket Space.DEAFNE.SS
\ cooked,ground flue,seasoned and hermetically
sealed In 8-lb cari$. 'Being ground fine,It Strains_ of Distinctive Varieties of Citrus.Fruit.Trees,a'specialty. Our stock
CHOICEST
i : can be readily: :mixed with soft food;and fed _complete. Prompt attention to correspondence., For catalogue''and.price 11 '
so as to give'cacti' fowl an equal share.' 'Price address A. L. DUNCAN.'Manager, Ii n'edta. J'Jn."oSliOtRJf .
u" 30 eta per can;'$3 per doz. Address HOLLIS -
ITS CAUSES AND 'CURE. : DRESSED MEAT A WOOL CO.,':20 North i
** Boston,Mass. f Mention. paper. I, r+ kr SCHOOL
Sae.M4ltM1v treated by)aa anrvf world- i :::: :, ,.. U:8.; tamdar+d: i'.
8 wt4e' ...t....... ,Deaf a ess eradicated>and
eetlreir aAer cured.*..,Weatments of fcom 26 to hare S)years'frilled. stand' HOw"ag, "1 THE SELF-RESTORER e SCALES ''r-ttng[ j'oung'men far,the active daiies ot'Chartered liftr
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by the legislature of VkgisU,and
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moved fiUlr xpa4BfCl d' *
dnd) twfhaooUis. of cures from proral. to every malt,yon middle-aged, ,i"- I.ow. amat and prominent citizens of the city where Iocs ted.
[EIJ'' E and old; portage g d. Address For catalogue circulars and testimonial,addressJ.
Beat ,mailed free. t6n N.Y.
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Dr.A.J"eNTAI'Bl East;lath St.,N.Y. u AlontS81 Cohunbus Are..Boston,Mua. 1511911. CfDUNSMORK.President Stanatoa,Va.
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