Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00167
 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: February 12, 1891
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00055765:00167
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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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1 One and cke-half mile*from Peru,Pla.onebftW Cbasselaa Lattlchaii,best and byway'
mile from' 110 trees
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the earliest market in Florida.
.ta >first-class condition, 15: _to 118I(years, old. They are the' best. They are grown for use in the South. grape .

Sped water,.healthy locality..-/Tract contain-- They are adapted to our Florida soil and climate: Give them a Write for Catalogue.. 'L ,

,Jag 70 aeres*J ..Address, P..&,fern, Fla.r ? trial. Our'new:catalogue'for 1890-91 will be sent on application. H_; yoN LUTTIOHAV, <:
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pAKM.ERS.. ,.vi'' "" t--' kV" ,J cr'r1' Seedsmen' and Florists/ Intrelachen, ''Fla.'SAYE'TIME ]R.S LI E O R A N G1NXTRSERY.
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4 dk AND MONRY: old from seed directly: from the famous Tocteef*
or." ""'...Splendid selection of bndded'trees; tausm "'
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Sweet and other Theuwt named Is a newaad
,wanted. _.Buntsvlllesta.. START 'RIGHT" AND- KEEP- RIGHT by }buying, vines splendid rarlety early and sweet. Our prices SM
your the lowelL. ,Try tu and you will pnrohaM.
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BLAKE & :;RIP L'RY'' 1', of those who have had experience and have MADE A"SUCCESS E.A.ITiaai.- C.MlersUe,Pasoo,Cei,ITa.ELLE .'

FLORIDA ill. FRUITEXCHANGE; give Mull'; } instruction, as to planting. and care of vines.'HAYNES .. : ,.. ::

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MERCHANTS.t FALL UJ.wI&a'SI ASOl 1890 AIm189Lf.f. .
ft'A' -- ts for'Georgia,'Carol ina'and*Missouri r '. ,M., BltRROWSf, &, CO., ., ,
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IB Bananas andFkHkLa Oranges.. Coaslgn- .. FRUIT COMMISSION'MERCHANTSFor .
m + Quickest ana bestreturns.Whole' : PAINE : ,
; the sale of Oranges/Lemons and Bantnas, t
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fir .. '. 64'AND 66'PROSPECT ST. 'CLKVELAN
f"' Bftak. ;> '1"J SQ 144 AiTHE j'O.
\ :,098 to 964 LR> rty itveane.'- 1NY and .Core
Ample storage> refrigerators. -
Y.,. 88 Park Place and,966street. I Office 50 West Bay Street, Warehouses and Wharres at the terminus of.- the.F.- O.A P. B.R., respondence solicited. Stencils furaisaed. ;>
.law'Ynt .: i St.Johns River, East Jacksonville References.-llereantlle National Bank; Wau ...
.:.f 1&,' Pa., Jaa., BaiUA; ll and 19 wards It Oa Wholesale Grocers; Cftlld Groff it Oa. i
1> ek.Mreet.. .". \w Manufacturers of ,. :Commercial Wholesale boots and Shoes; Bra4.IWeet&'-.M L elf
fertilizers; Dun A Oo.'s MercantlU .Afeaeies!: f ohto tJ'.anMr.
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MACCLENNY BARER''CO." FLA.GRIFFTN ." ; No.696 Liberty Are.. .

Q'BRADLEY, PROPRIETORS. The. Finest'Recommendation Yo be Obtained:in the State.:-Florida- Experiment-' SUtlon. -Ju.- Pf .PITTSBURQH,' PA..- ('J.Commission
t esarai line of fralt trees adapted :. DePass, :Director.r' Merchants, Dealers in ForeifB
fIti' 18tate .' yiortda gsrewa peach 1 1 LAKE: Cm,FIa.,Oct.39.1880..MBMKS. .; and ,Domestic Fruits;' .Oraages:iaoarloto A'f:{
.tjjiaetamof.:'Fifty rarfelMtofo'ptom. l ..E.T..P.uNB"Boy. Dear Sirs-I have need your. "Orange Tree Food"on my specialty. .
lorn roots.Peaeh ApHoots.on.both nectarines peach, grove' (or two'yean and my trees are&rQ.W1ngveJ'.11ne17. It is an .excellent fcrtUUer and.1. .Consignments andcorte.pondene.seHeHs4 .
I=:I Jeafitefs.FlorM* aaple,; etc." Mo oan.ecommmcUC: mat ACg1&lV. Tours truly, JAB. P.Dx PASS.w" Reference,German National Bank. .
.... Oofreipoadenoe sofletted.aU .af T t .TlicpA, FLA.,Oof. 20, 1890tCESSKS. : "" '
: :E.T..S PAINE"Bow. Gentlemenam so far satisfied wththe results obtainedby W. SHERMAN, &; CO.:,., ;
f NT .GRAZINGM' ZZLE the use of.y our"OraiHfe'Food", Fertilizer; of which I used over 50 tons the put season. L JV/
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,) --;;:tl, / .-.. dnees a thin ton skinned fruit;which carries to market under average conditions excellent RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA FRUITS.References .
".. Meek of !klnds to- '*rae a..4Trees pre=: shape Not one"bad order"report did I receive the past season.; The wood growth
'iI! V"...r and abrvte. > obtained by the use of your fertilizer. is not as great as'.by.some others, but is HXALTHT andOJIBT.uK : Dr.Henry Foster,Oviedo,Via,;
4L' .- ', F. Whltner Fort Reed Fl*. Fit
.:- 1- Tours truly, J. M. WATBOUS. ;
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1 .Ieee-.s.: B... .HabbalIa. COaIOJa. ,1,1.-"! '"!,'.....- lady Lake Fla." ; J. W'. RobertsrOnM.-
: V: : Bend Fla.;Dr. L. L.Newsom,Creseent Oiy.
.Pl eei'" .. each. M:'i"ta89Tt.IiORB,,"( jo "{ ; t "' 8AV&I: 'O'- B.. :MO:: ..11.1,' Harris Fla.T Fourth National' Bank- -Beste- $. K.
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A/-" JfY".JiSERY: :' ; 'EN, Complete Fertilisers for Vegetables and Fruit Trees. Analysis sad prices upon applleaU SOUTHERN PRODUCE ,A SPECIALTT.
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-- BAKER BROS., State' g4rat# Oranges,Lemons Pineapples, sad aB atilt
.. PALATKA: PCA.. GEO. W. .BAKER'S ROTTED BONE MANURE, Decomposed with,' Potaa, (SM -p.r' FrtriUaad- 1 early, trueale,-dries. AraHs,
ton dellTered.. mowed Analyslsv. 8Md for Catalogue sad samples. nuts.furs,etc. '- -
Trees and Pk Ms sir faHAk 'kla4s'!suited_to I.e t *; BAKER' BBO .,8pee1al ApJat.l. Palm Spring,Fla.T -''All consignments Jbr.Btendls .

"I- Camphor ees.,a:spooiaHy., ,Also Low,--.PBIOE/- Te -LOCO- staaa,. ._IH, ..,OAJK. .uorcn.- and market. reportsfurnis3eds; ....sl.mere .

J afMsa dMsiavM,Peeaas and Japaa. Psfsltt* d banks of th a South. : .
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RO OFI: NG. .JtGilPB8 PEACE: ,PEA! ':. ;' Tropical.and F Subtropical. PIN18AP11LB8 AVOCADO, J.. 75! '*'77 ;PARKReeeiTersof l.PLACEt'NEW>> YOL

: LOQUATS,)pLIVxs; ? GUAVAS Florida fapa1MR--......
f UM-ELASTIO ,4ROOF'INQ''FILT' eeiis ORIENTAL 1- Liyti.Hi AI' >Mist Tiriisks I .!rae 1 .ANONAJB,' : FraHaadSTBHTTXT es -
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The,attention/of shippers J directed to the Plant'8. 8.I Line between Mayans,Key West and'Tampa,and South Florida Hallway;;; between Tampa and Sanford,S.i F.'A'W.By.1)e.

,> green Jaokianrllle',1;GftlnetviUeTBalnbridge,'River Junction and Savannah,Savannah'.and'Charleston,and Ocean Steamship' Line between'Savannah,Philadelphia;Boston and New

Terk,and Merchant and Miner Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore ,The beet equipped,fastest.and most,prompt .lines, between. all point. .In.Florida and all
J&Iat.IN\H'U1aDdNol. iwMt.. Beeetvea and Shippers will profit by.the following;unparalleled connections: 1 < ,P
dally fast. freight'service:for all points West via Albany,Jesupf Bainbridge and Double dally fast freight service from.all points North and West via Albany;Balnbridge, '
K Savannah Jesup and Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight'trains both via GalnelT1l1eJack-
JM.U7 last freight all rail_connection:via the Atlantic Coaat Line to all Eastern,Interior sonville,Callahan and Live Oak. ,
aM 08Mt1'OlMit; Including"New York,Boston, Philadelphia,Baltimore, Washington and Four ships a week by the fleetRiver btp of the" Steamship Company,sailing from
p -" New York(New Pier 85, ,) direct for Savannah Monday, Y'FrIda.andJtftr
a i a week for New':York via Ocean Steamship Company. ,leaving Savannahedaesdays Saturday. _. .
bEoe eye, ,Fridays and Saturdays. The 'Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave :Boston Feb 9.. r;
Two oefioeetlons week for Baltimore' ,via,Merchants',,and Mlnen'Tranaportaton Com 13,17.21 25 and 28 for Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with: fastfreight
piEyleav-tng Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. .' trains for all points In Florida. '*
Connections for Boston/via-Boston, .and..Savannah Steamship, Company,leaving Savannah. From.Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,leaving Philadelphia 9,19. ,!4ar.and
.3,7,11,15,19, 28 21. : every five days from regular sailing day via New York Savannah.
Oeaaeetfcms ,for PhUadeJph1&'eTl17; ten;dayi via Ocean Steamship. ,'Compan7IvtncFrOm' Baltimore via Merchants. and Miners Transportation Co.,. every Tuesday. and.
ftraaaah Feb.14 an*:He' Friday, making cloae.. connection with 8., F.A W.By.for all point. in Florida.. ,.
Jatllnc days; for Steamships are subject to change without noUoe., : -

The Florida Di_ teii Line Is the quickest and best freight route from all points North,Eat and West to Florida.. For full particulars,rates,stencils and shipping'receipts apply to*
sty agent.of the above lines,or,to v WM.P. HARDEE,Gen'1 Freight Agent, Savannah(ia.
c 0.IX OWENS,. cManaf r,Savannah,Ga. .. W; M.DAVIDSON'Oen'l Traffic Agent. Jacksonville,Fla.
J.A.SPCnTswooi ;TraT.Agt, Gainesville,Fla. J.P.JOBDAJT,Trav.Agent,_Qulncy., J.E.DBATTOH,Tray.'Agent, Jacksonville. J.H.BTXFHXXS: ,'Agent,_Jacksonville.

( Established 1856. 200 Acres. in, Fruit 'Nursery O. PERRIE? HAVENS,

; F.R'UlT'LAND: NURSERIES' I Leading Photographer
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Of the State. Estimates on ,' \.\ i VIs&ftt.aad
Awg'H ti, Georgia. A *- ;Tfc* .

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We offer for Fall and winter delivery'an iminenai stock'of'Fruit' and Ornamental tree*, r "
.; BOMS'False,etc: salted to Florida., All the new Peaches lately originated In .Florida. Op to 18x22: given on application. 19-44m HOLLIB' CANNED MEAT FOB POULTRY
Also a superb Kook of ,Camellias,Greenhouse plants,eta
rt Oar products hare Ever in Florida.for.thirty-three years paste; Catalogues free. r Will Make Hens Lay I _
.ddre.. Will Make Chickens Grow I Il
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Important to ,Melon Growers, l Aio, GOOD;;,FOB MOULTUTO FOWLS.
p; J. BRRG'KMANS, This food is' strictly fresh meat,carefully,

Augusta;'Ga.EZsTIS as cooked, ground fine,seasoned and hermetically -

.. ., sealed in 8-lb cans. ,Being ground fine,it
':'1. ,( PLANT ONLY PURE SEED. can be readily: mixed with soft food,and fed
*,> : NURSERIES, so as to give each fowl an equal share. Prlo .
I can supply Melon Growers with 80 cta per can::>.> per dos. Address HOLLIB
,- ftutia,. Lakt County, Fla., .. North
pure Stock Watermelon Seed of all DRESSED MEAT. WOOLCO., 90
CsTsr far ssU far immediate BxtonMaas. Mention( pAje.1DEA.FNES.S
planting standard varieties, my own growth, at

A FINE STOCK ,OF ,ORANGE AND LEMON TREES lowest market prices.To .

those purchasing Ited'or! me,* I: .
OB sea. twO 7e&r k.Ai|closest yarieflw.'all grown on pine land will ftttnish full I ,
partisulart at to plant- "
Itf XaiMilMirtnMiUnlrmjudbrtt.IterahfMMa. Plant, sow daring t.-e. rab: :y
HMi>. VtlUtnMMlklprlaaL it g,f fertilising, cultivation, etc. ITS CAUSES AND. CURE;

G. H. NORTON., Address,
: Scientifically treated by an aurtt'of world-
W. M. GIRARDEAU, .wide reputation. Deafness eradicated and
1*1-4' :MoctlMllo. .. ,na. QnMrsly cured,of from 20 to 8)years'standing,'
: mmw.! GRASSHOPPERS! CATHBPILLABS after all other treatments have failed. How
me'difficulty 1.;reached and tbv.cause removed -
,tully explainrdan'.ciroulars: ,with affidavits -
STRAWBERRIES.We and testimonials of cures from proml-
neot people mailed free. .

will kill the cut worm, destroy the grasshopper make.the original Virginia

,\ exterminate the caterpillar and, all other insects that Ventilated Fruit Carriers for .<.

feed OB and destroy the young vegetables and plants. Vegetable Strawberries and Tomatoes., If

and truck should investigate the merits of this .
growers you want fancy prices for your "Y \'

wonderful preparation.For Tomatoes them in No MorgftrUe.
ship a. ; .
general information, prices,circulars' etc., address, rlUWOa0UP.7ZICE212.Faust
; 41 or a No.42 Ventilated Carrier. -
c' _', Box, 216 Jacksonville,Fla. Early Strawberries, in a No. 34 sees Mari
f Mettdoa #!p .1 for the first
or 36' Crate. Catalogues, prices gurite
.' JOHN CLARK SON & CO. time as she is walk-
and samples free on application .
ing in the street aid

aioMn S;, MD eonissioN; IEBCEINTS,, Southside. Petersburg Mfg., Co.,, Va.' ,accosts"her saying'Talr :

lady,may I thus make free *
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To bffcr arm aid f'" .
yon my company
GUI :Bij GniB f iws Liquors Cigars Tobacco Etc.
;, S,: ,, She repli as she'leaves him :

'JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -T1- "I am no lady,am not fair,
Can without escort home 0
Payk.r_ r- ............ .1.,. J. ..)rtla'Bte.., ..______....ts.ooM An illustrated Catalogue of all the
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N Cqj s!bean O era-__ 5.56 Kent cky ,.. .r Alatk......1I1.." a._ 'IS receipt of 10 cents.
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J1Aii : l' noBil ,.. 8 gallon' 60c."3 gallon> 75c. Kemit bypeatefiee 4 Psu Y.g.aie'5I. expense'at any railroad statiea on.receipt .
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lifted up on them, run up to figures a horse. Being set out so close they which are very wea1dy.attached to the
,(1ir 1le ,and Orchard., which smack strongly of city lots. soon grow so that the leaves interlock parent stem and easily broken off

,. -t.. _-, .When such choice fronts are set all across the path, reaching beyond their 'Being intended to set up an independent -
along the brow of the river bluff witha neighbors, and completely cover the I existence early in life/ these suck-
Pineapple Culture on Indian River. matted row of cabbage palmettoes, ground with,a.dense mat of bristling 'ers are provided with embryo roots
Hke,.pineapple belt at Eden is on as:Capt Richards'! plantation is, 'form I ayes, which render all further cultivation lurking under' the bases of,,their lower
the west. shore of the river,'and is only ing, perhaps, the best possible protection impossible. After the plants 'heaves; and these roots will feed ,on
,about a mile wide; being coextensive against the trade winds from the : ,become so interlaced across the path which is washed down
t with the.sandy ridge .which probably southeast, it would be difficult to purchase -I that the ordinary implements can no and retained in the concentric cup-
co&stituted the sand.dunes of the Atlantic them at any price. longer be employed he uses the scuffle like receptacles formed around the
'.! in the azoic period. This ridgeis The cost of clearing land, ready for hoe'or' push hoe, about nine inches 1 I stalk by the bases of the l leaves. ,The
free from shells, except where thereis pineapples, is given at about $55 an wide and with a handle seven or eight I fertilizer in each cup,feeds' the sucker
a mound',that t was thrown up by the acre. For a grove or an orchardifany feet long, a tool of English manufac !.! next above it, the embryo roots being
prehistoric races;:;and ,this sand would were planted here-the expense tune :which he'obtains of Peter Hen- on its under side. This makes'a vigo-
seem to \the superficial observer too would be materially less, since the derson & Co. Wnen even this can be rous sucker and consequently a thrifty
barren for any purpose cultivation. land for a pineapple plantation has to used no longer; the men go throughthe plant when it is' removed and setout '
,But.;on the east.shore<<: ,. where,the sand be as completely cleared of sticks and plants and pull out the'few weeds
is mixed with ,shells, pineapples do not roots as a strawberry bed. It is the that have sufficient vigor to grow up HARVESTING.
thrive, as Capt. Thos.; E. .Richards, saw palmetto which contributes most through the dense mat'of plants. The
the pioneer,,. found_ ,out: to, his cost. to run up this bill of expense. Everyroot principal enemies in the weed categoryare The"plants are set in beds whose
And poor as ,this sand ridge is, in i its of this persistent plant is like a crab grass, the butter weed and width is regulated by the distance
virgin condition, it i is still ,too strong huge millipede, bound to the earth by the Key Largo milkweed. When the which one can con rcniently-:toss a ripe _
to suit the pineapple. This hardy pi ant scores, even hundredsof rootlets whichare plants become so large and thick as to apple. ,Alleys are .left between the
,seems to possess the quality;,which en- almost as hard and tough as.wire; cover the ground, the dead leaves falling beds, and the catchers stand in'these,
ables the epiphytes or air-plants to ex. and a strong man can hardly wrench down mulch and shade the surfaceto while the pickers pitch the' pines to
tract a part or their need, nitrogen the root out of the ground as long as such an extent that little other vegetation them one at a time. They:become ex-
,from, the atmosphere; ,and_ it, is'w ll a rootlet is left uncut.PROPAGATION can grow. pert in this, so that they throw the
pleased to have a considerable amount, pines butt-foremost, like_ a loaded stick.If .
t of 1 the vegetable matte/""worked.out of! AND 'PLANTING. FERTILIZING. one comes end over,end the plume
the,soil by strong-growing crops, vegetables -' The pineapple, occasionally, pro Capt. Richards does not claim to is likely to lacerate t the hand of the
,"etc., before it is planted.. Its duces a few seeds which will grow; have reached a satisfactory solutionof catcher, even'through his glove; 'andif
,exquisite,, subtle flavor is >jnjured by Capt. Richards stated to us that, in all the problems in this division of .he lets it drop the sand is forced in
his forty acres, he has just one plant between the of the and
an ;application of rank'manjire even the subject. He has had the pineapple segments pine
by the presence of an excess'of humus which grew from a seed. But the analyzed at the State Experiment injures its appearance.

,and.a strong growth of foliage is al.ways plant makes, otherwise, an abundant Station, and hopes from a statementof
secured at the expense of qualityin provision for its successors, by throw- its constituents (soon; to be published .
the fruIt. ing up four different kinds of sproutsor ) to be able to derive assistance i The pines are packed in slatted crates
suckers. The first is called a rat- in formulating a perfect pineapple. holding about a barrel,l each,. with
LIST OF GROWERS. toon, and comes, from the root below fertilizer. The Paine Fertilizer Com- abundant. spaces between the slats.
Up to this'time, so far as we know, the surface of the earth; the second is of Jacksonville have furnishedhim These crates are made of such a width
} pany
no 'accurate census has been taken of a sucker and comes from the main a compound which gave satisfactory ,that average pine with its plume
the plantations at.Eden, yet/in a small stalk above the ground; the third is a results., But he prefers, for the will just reach across it. The small
pioneer community like ,this,* each citizen slip proceeding from the base of ,the most part, to make his own fertilizer. est number that Capt. Richards has
knows: pretty accurately the* extentof fruit; the fourth is the plume or crown Kainit enters largely into it, contributing ever put into a crate was 36; from that
his neighbor's operations. The following (which is sometimes subdivided into both the potash and the common the number ranged up to 150 one sea.
'Was given us as a tolerably close crownlets) at the apex of the fruit. Of salt which the pineapple! requires. He son when a cold spell made a certainlot
estimate of the plantations which maybe these the rattoons and the suckers, are does not want much nitrogen;'''he does I grow very smalL The charge is
: considered tributary to Eden, since 'the most vigorous and make the best not want his plants to grow much $1.05 per crate-to Jacksonville, $1.50to
their fruit is all shipped there: Thos. plants. above knee-high. If they are fed on New York., He is now sending the
-.Richards, 40 acres; J. L. Jensen, The planting is extremely easy. It rank manure the apple shoots up greater part of them ii,the summer by
20; ,, Richards, 27; Tibbals& Rath- consists simply in marking off the land breast-high, then falls over and the express, which costs' only ten cents
bon, 12; John Miller, 15; J. H. Le- into squares about twenty to twenty- sun burns it, and it is coarse and spir- more and expedites the shipment threeor
Turner, 10; G. L. Lucas, 15;' A. V. four inches on each side and setting a itless at best. four days.. The fruit will endure a
A.;Winans, 12V.; H. Merwin, 12: ; sucker or slip in a small hole,at each We looked at a piece of bed where trip of eight'days very well, but be.
F B. Richards, 5; H. W. Richards, cross./ The object in such close planting the negroes had applied a dressing of yond that it is apt to deteriorate..
6; Mr. Wolf, 3; Mr. Saremon' '2; Mrs. is to crowd the plants together, potash in his absence and in disregard Capt R. says he would just as lief
Braendlin, 2-total, '181 acres.. correcting, their spreading habit and of his orders. Instead of dropping it it rained on his crates once or twice

COST: OF LAND AND CLEARING. helping them to hold each other up. down between the plants they pitchedit lightly during the journey, as the
When Capt. Richards' went to Where a plant is isolated the apple right on them, and they were look-j moisture causes the plume to grow a
Eden eleven he was able grows large and is very apt to topple ing badly yellowed and sickly ,i in little and freshens up the fruit. He
years ago,
assuming almost a horizontal sometimes throws bucket of water
over, position I a
land for consequence.The
to purchase good from 1 pineapple the State but that before it gets ripe, and then it fertilizer is generally sown on over a crate to prevent it from heat-

$1.25 before anacre'i its.value for,this, was becomes sunburned and tough on,one broadcast, and for a very peculiar rea-] ing. A report of "received in ,bad
was crop .
side and unevenly coloreb"'and ''rip. order" from the commission merchantsis
fluted and
known. ,For several miles,above'and son.. The leaves are all convey (
ened. the rain and dew to common very' rare.
below Eden raw land is CULTIVATION. center, the water carrying with it all .
ranging from$ _acre upward -
prices too-per DISEASES;_>ND ENEMIES.
A river frontage with a good1iki11) While the plants are young the cultivation the fertilizer which may lodge on the j f
f Richards' plantations leaves. Partaking so largely as it The meaty-bug sometimes infests
), k, from: ten to fifteen high, on Capt.
fcexceedwglyvdeiirableand prices for carried on entirely with handplowsand does,of the nature of,an air-plant, ,the weak and illnoum.k'pWKs,: but:
with its offspring '.,Capt Richards gives himself,BO concern -
close is niggardly ,
such .choice locations, ,even when hoes, as he sets his plants too pineapple
as fax, or. a mattock has sever been together'to permit of cultivation with: the suckers, the rattooas, etc.. about it.whatever. ;It.". aot.
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spread to do any harm, and the simple A Navel that Bears Observations than an orange. But these Navels are First, select your land. The next
efficient remedy for it is fertilizer. i,0'A rr Foo1-ro.: }, c :. thoroughly"genteel;' their* birtli-markis best thing to do is to pay for it; a

The woodpe ker.drills a hole in v / superb% $ ?v berry,"as- E.:: small, generally not larger than a mortgage is sometimes harder to get
teraisththe the ,bulge, is just noticeable, the rid of than palmetto roots., Find
one. After be has thus led the, way H. Hart original and only pea; your
the wasps and the bees help them. Washington" Navcl, he once wrote peel is smooth; and the "berry" itselfis lines ; do not plant trees on :another

selve-.z: $? the; delicious l j juice;A occa- thus : %. V\ I .y--7 ,, of a size which. "takes" the' eye ,of man's land; he-might not 'know that
sio l je was *) It elf'will puncture<< V.t J4J An often'sen-productive,'1iabitc&Ji6ed ,the trade, as' the sharp-eyed commission you were planting them there, but he
'' *" min with than would know if went to
1 \ f *-x -i us _more once certainly you
olc. e rated arverylsmall. !pe- a1 to look upon it :
many grower]
s ijy noted. have few seeds them. Stake off five acres
them ] True they a remove :
Cle5 y ofi to some. wijh susplcion/and d4 favor and:even
ext t. ...... tIIf.. ... J to utit"down as a*' umber, r of the generally (a sign of restored virility),, less; inside ,of these lines, stake ofT
but these in ,the and leave border feet wide
":" are gripped so firmly a twenty
The of this unfruitfulness
A .? VARIETIES.The ground.is still unsettled cause '.question' and- dense, cheesey pulp that the knife cuts around the whole lot for a windbreak;
an right,through them without; disturbingthem do not cut a bush inside, of it. Now
acrimonious '
:- "Red Spanish variety constitutesthe a breeder of disputation. -
in their beds. underbrush the remainder of your lot,
great bulk pf J Captain, Richards' "By ,some it is attributted.
This'is Defined fruit-this is juice 1 cutting onlyenough so that you can
:shipments, but,he"is working .'out of scarcity or impotency: of pollen; and, These' oranges are satisfactory; they see across ,the. lot'in any direction.
this variety as, fast as, 'praticable, and granting this hypothesis, the vivifyingdust which
have the aroma and the bouquet Make stakes of green palmetto stems,
substituting the' Egyptian, Queen' ..aridiHe must vary in strength at times as make the "tasters" quarrel. On the eastside and stake off your: lot for trees. We
I Strawberry.: ? The, latter 'is, very widely, the shorn and unshorn Sam ;
of thegrove we sampled a Majorca plant twenty feet each
: way.
i it is for' i it for where bearing Navel
prolific ; not infrequent { sons even shy
which we thought, and still think, had, your lot is ready to be cleared. Con
,two to'the.' the have. concluded to hump themselves ;
produce apples plantat trees
a tang of bitterness, (there was a,pom-; tract with'c'olored men to clear the lot -v
's ..mim and"it tis also better have 'been known like
: /;; ,a shipping they ,
; elo near by from which some vagrant; for from $20 to $30 per acre, accordingto
i fruit : thhe: Red Spanish,, boon companions, ,to carry all they
bee might have' brought the pollen), the size and quantity of timber.
though it has 'a larger core.: could stagger under. Possibly the ,
though the learned critics would : If it is low hammock you can affordto
There,are marked differences in the l Habit of too profuse blooming, as in to it. ,But these Navels were ,have the brush burned; if high

;appearance of:plats, or beds.of'theseseveralvarieties. the 'Maltese Oval l',of,may the: cause a fruit topprofuse quite faultless in this 'regard sweet,' high hammock, not. Pile everything

.,: The Strawberry has shedding young- We yet sprightly. windrows between every other row
'a eenish,color,whiletheRed Spanish from ,temporary bloom all is There were some Dancy Tangerines of stakes, leaving passage way through
.beds are ofa;silver, gray tinge,at,a,distance.i know. 'that to at a heavy certainly not over eight feet high, windrows between fifth and sixth
t : 1 The ,cool)trade,;.winds of .win tax upon ,the :vitality of any plant. though much bent to the ground under trees. Cut everything except palm
f itUis' when the of
ter have touched the older leaves of Certain' vigor a mature their burdens of fruit, which careful trees. Many large trees:can be felledin
has been sustained by
all the plants with a softer, golden hue, Navel'tree ,, judges estimated to contain sevenor place on the windrows and the tops
w especially on the upper: side; and as liberal.fertilizing' and a generous the soil, eight boxes each., These, and even snugged up.:"

n. one looks:at the fields in different: die or by budding upon stronger-' the larger Bloods, stand only 10x20. Make the windrows in the center of
r jrectioBS with reference to the/:sun they growing rough l lemon. there has, been The time will come when the wagoncan space, and, as compact as possible.

present. a number of different tints, either l less, cause" .for complaint or no not be driven along between, and After your lot is cleared and all trash

:shading: away from one to another cause at all. cultivation will have to be done with piled, if you are not too fastidious
withthe; changeableness of a chame :There ,is a.,limited. number of growers one-horse cultivators.We about having every tree in -line, go

!Icon-a beautiful spectacle. :Many of Orange, county who believe, they noted a Sanguinea Decolmar, a over your lot and move the stakes
the;beds.which will yield the earliest have discovered ,the impor Navel t dwarf, heavily fruited; also some that are ,too close to large stumps. }
fruit-already show the young, scarlet of the unfruitfulness of the ,,and Malta Bloods showing plainly Navel Now contract with the colored men to

fruits deep;down in :their bristling sit that they have found the "open markings, ,doubtless the work of bees grub the "mounds" (not dig holes)

ver" green cups l like goblets of pale red sesame" to gracious bpunty. They or the wind carrying pollen.Mr. for the trees, paying from five to ten
wine. Soon ,they will begin to blos- have; not,yet conducted their experiments Taber applies only about 1,200 cents each. Have them grubbed

som, the,'small ,blue flowers :comingout to that point of completenesswhich pounds of fertilizer to the acre and deep and all roots cut and taken out
,in successive circles around ,the would warrant them, as conservative cultivates very lightly. The soil is of a space ten feet in diameter around

young fruit; beginning at the bottom careful horticulturists, in giving loose sand, with no clay nearer than your stakes, ,the earth at the same
and ending at the top.PINEAPPLE their: process to ,the' world; they are twelve ''feet below the surface. He irrigates time worked toward the center, so
still holding it ,on probation. This one part with a system of iron that when completed the mound at
'PRODUCTS. process is ,hinted,at (nothing more) in pipes, but the sharp-eyed commissionman the stake will be from six to eight

'Very:few of the pines are: too smallto the above quoted passage from Mr.Hart's said the .oranges on the unirri-- inches high.

be shipped but the overripe or injured essay _before the American gated part would please "the trade" Your lot is now ready for trees.

ones are converted into cider, Pomological Society.A better because not so large.A Buy good ones and plant them in No.

then into vinegar, of which we 'tested few days ago:it was our good fortune dwelling and some out-houses vember December January, if pos -

a very fair sample at the Captain'stable to?.be permitted to spend two or stood in the seedling part of the grove, sible. Your grove will not look real l
three hours with two companions and here the accumulation of manure for, two and unless
imparting a zest to the,deliciousgreen.turtle : roving pretty a year or ,
about the twelve-acre of Mr. from the chickens' roosting brave and to
soup. The cider is distilled grove especially you are willing use your
into 'a'.brandy which 'resembles; J./O. Taber, which contains a dozenor in the trees and' thus depositing the muscle through the melancholy daysof

cognac, and a by-product is an unctuous more of Navels in full fruit., In strongest kind of manure close to the summer you may have hard workto
colorless liquid which,is claimedto the presence of these magnificent trees,, trunks, brought on the foot rot ,(at find your trees in the fall; but fight
have much virtue as a specific with their branches bending to the least this is the reputed cause) ; and on i, ,and you will be surprised how few:
against diphtheria.. earth under the load of fruit,,which the it got so bad that it cut a ragged hole years it takes for the sprouts to die

frost has not touched in the least,. we right out of the heart of the grove, and the stumps to disappear.Don't .
'Ve learned here the to
proper way should consider, the proposition de- with 'a few half dead trees lingering try to be too fancy with new
Thefiber from
cut a pineapple. runs
the to the outside and when the monstrated. But' the true experimenter around the edges of it yet. Finally land. We tried that at first,; backed
core in ,nature's domain is noted for they got to spraying with bisulphate of everything off around the edges,' and .
i is cilt'.square across, as is usii-
''apple his caution and his slowness to accept soda and'carbolate of lime washes and since then have bought a horse and
'ually done the fiber makes' the slices
conclusions;; hence our lips must be drove it off. carted it back again. Let everythingrot
touch. But if the slices are cut, ,lengthwise -
'sealed\ for the present.. Mr. 'Taber: has been here about on the land; the trees'will need it
one after another around,the:
,the fiber is cut in two, and this apple The 'things'which't the "sick Yankee"has eighteen: years, and is now reaping the some time. Will speak ot trees and

makes the fruit seem much. more ten doi.e. :in Florida in only about half rich reward; of patient, intelligent labor planting in our next.
der. a7humah: generation in the line of orange In the fall he protects young C. A. BACON.
,development are' really wonderful trees by tying around each a little)bundle "NumberNine," Ormond, VIa.

PROFITS. to'see. 'Here are trees which ,are of broom-sedge, an excellent material .

The, past ''summer Capt. Richards not only not, trimmed "horsehigh"dozens for the purpose.-ED. Ashes as a Fertilizer.

kept separate account of a plot of ( ; of:their oranges rested sheeron Ashes are generally regarded as a

'two-acres of his best plants, and ,theyyielded the dry sand' without receiving in The A\B; O in Orange Culture.NO. potash fertilizer, and the fact that they

hkn$t,4oo, besides about$300 juryfrom! it),. but whose total heightis II. are equally a lime fertilizer is too often
for suckers sold. Some of his 'older scarcely more than twice ,"horse Editor: Farmer and Frult-Growert left out of view.

beds yielded not over $250 ,an acre; high," bending to the earth under We have stated in a former article The effect 'that they have on the

and from that upward. '0He had, lastsuer eight, nine ten boxes apiece! And that we are strongly prejudiced in physical condition of the soil, as,wellas
25 acres in bearing. He,in- such' fruit'Th! ,ordinary Navel is favor of hammock land for an orange their strictly manurial value, should

teads to ceBtHiue planting until he.has 'simply:a: monster. with ItS ugly, thick grove. We have no experience with ;always be taken into account. Lime,
"a hundred-acre: solid besides\the. lipped birthmark af: the end, moresikc' pine land, hence it will be understood of which they contain from about, 20

pu.....!. lit DeWED, a cocoanut (barring :the color) ,that we are speaking of the former. to 50 or '60 per: cent.,. benefits clay


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FJ RUA Y"12" 1&91] THE FLORIDA, DISPATCH,FARMER AND ,FRUIT-GROWER.. _. _._- ', ___.1-_ :

soils, by rendering them more open, CONSTITUENTS or DIFFERENT KINDS I fruit 'is 'very :perfect very little of it' ofbur: peopleaffew.years 4 t : ;'ago! ,:Tt t'3! trp
pulverulent and'warm, and light soils OF' ASH. having blemishes. This is a very important the scuppernong. The experiment
by making them ,more, 'compact:and part, and also the fact'that"we been successful_ beyond' ,all expectations.
retentive ;of; 'moisture. Potash and, Pu'e ashes or the dlr. 5 .! i
rerent Woodl contaIn .d. .Q can keep fruit in good condition for ,Now nearly every home;.is.surrounded -
soda, on the ,other hand, tend to'render the following per.s I) :A some time'we attribute to our: healthful : by a few of these yines in full
clay soil still more adhesive, break- cent.Ingred1euta or the different a f'o ],, :: elevation and most perfect natural bearing of this delicious, +fruit A vineyard ;
ing up in hard clods. It is,, herefore, drainage"G. is easily started and the cost trif-

doubtful whether .the good, effects,' of Dogwood... ......... -28.<>> -8.51 -31.98! -6.80 Walther: '""I )have planted ling-within ,the reach:of every man,'
the lime' of' wood ashes on clay.,,soils 8ycamore............... .28,17 11.28 31'' 0.62PoEt eighty acres, and am preparing the however! humble,his means. .A:'good
Oak. ............. 21.91 9.&J 48.39 6.88
would not, counterbalanced d by'the Alb .... ....._....... 46 (01 3.68 23.57 0.80 land for twenty acres more, ,to. be healthy vine will yield enough grapes,'
bad Ked 0411........_....... 21810 55 48 28 '6,38 "
effects of the Wood this winter. when ,
potash. Hickory ........... 28.00 11 S11 37.94 10 04 planted coming My trees properly pressed, ,to give ...yo.u..
ashes >have been found,especially val- .White Oak ............ 46.16 U.48 29 85 343 have done very well, better than I expected twenty gallons of wine." : :..
Magnolia .......... 19 M 8.76 33.94 8.00 _
noble in light soils, rendering them OeorglaPlne ..... "... 15.35 3.82 55.24 62 as our land is sandy. <*
compact ;and capable :of drawing up Yellow Pine. ........ 9.70 4.18 MM 3.20 J. T. Stubbs : "The quick growthof '
Black PIne .......,. 14 4i5808 0 O
moisture:by, capillary,action: On soils Chestnut __... 18 801' 616 4918 2 U the peach and plum make them desirable TIle, 1line( aIrd.
ricft in humus, it has been ,observed Old FIeld ,Pine .. 385 4,11 67.13 6.M -c -a _mon e-J vlmalrincr..'-..'.. nrnrlnrfWe 11.-- ... .. : :
: :
.that potash, causes tobacco to grow The trees selected for the foregoing get'a profitable crop'the third year The :Green Mountain- :
rank and 'coarse, probably becauseof anlysis were of medium age, and from transplanting, or from ,seed if Editor Farmer sad rmlt-Orowen; Again. ;
: nitrogen:supplied to the crop," says grew as nearly as possible under similar cultivated. My four year-old seedlings What I ''wrote about, the Green t '.>I"U
Prefr Storer, "by the action.of potash conditions. No bark was includedin averaged six bushels of fine Mountain'grape proves that t do not
on humus." This, is a point worthyof the wood from which the ashes were peaches the tree. Ripened in July want to state anything but facts. /

consideration by those ,having made. Special pains were taken to and August. have seen the grapet ,and I have :described
orange groves on hammocks. Wood get a pure ash, free from' earth, sand, J. H. Parmalee: "My peaches are ;> it, just as 1..saw it. Never having =
ashes: are especially. valuable in correcting etc. It will be noticed that 'the ash growing well; but my Kelsey, 'Satsuma seen the vine; I.I leave: those who

"sourness" of soil' and ,in.ren- of the white oak and that of the ash' Botan and Chabot plums which have seen ,it to tell their story., :(*
dering soluble salts of :iron harmless are the richest in potash, that the were'set out last winter, are making an As to the grape, it is 'perfectly ridiculous -
of in the ash of different "
them insoluble.
by rendering quantity potash exceedingly rapid growth. to state, as I read in the
The writer, was recently ,asked to species of oak varies widely. Alexis Kellogg: "You will notice of the Mountain prospectus
advise a gentleman which to use,,wood The same fact i is" observable in the that California Alexander peaches.are that it "resembles: hot house grape' ,.
ashes at $21 a ton, or cottonseed ,hull pines, which show the lowest per cent. being sold in New York the middle of more nearly than ,out door grape
ashes;at$30 a ton, the latter;analyzing of potash but the highest per cent of. July, while in West Florida: they are I wehaye, seen," just:any as ridiculous grape as,
28 to 35 percent. of potash, and 8 to lime, of all the ashes analyzed.The ready for shipment at least a month :for; VicKs Magazine to state .that
Loper' cent phosphoric add. From beggar weed will serve to illustrate earlier." Moore's Diamond is superior in ,4ual-s .
the standpoint cost only, the latteris the folly of burning the vega Edom Shugart: "In "'87 I plantedover ity to Muscat of Alexandria.and the,
vastly to be preferred. Cottonseedhull etable matter from the soil in cases two hundred apple trees on new raisin grape of the East 1 ; ,- '
'ashes contain from 17 to 42 percent where it is practicable to plow it under land. In '89 frees bloomed and borea It is such hyperbolic language ,that+
'(average 24 per cent.) of potash; and allow it to decay in the soil. : few apples. In '90 'they bloomed provokes hypercriticism, as I have
3 ''to 13 per,cent (average 8 per cent.) The ash of the beggar weed is very very full,:and one-third of the trees are already said.

of phosphoric acid: 9 per cent of valuable as a fertilizer, a ton of the holding their fruit. Fruit is of good Now, Mr. Editor, ,I do not know
lime (average). Wood ashes contain pure article being estimated "worth size and excellent flavor. Trees are whether, are aware that the l.
j4 to 8 'or ten per cent. (average about about $29. But to make one ton of growing rapidly. Have had'no fertil-- you ,published you in your number of articled.January
5*( per cent.)' of potash; to 4/ the ash about twenty tons of the izing. I join my fellows in the praise 29th, under the title of "The]
percent (average, i4 per cent.) of "cured" (or sun dried) weed would of the'pear, peach and plum. Theyare Green Mountain,Grape" as an_extract,
phosphoric acid, and 35 per cent., be necessary. These twenty tons,con grown here with great success. from the New York Jruit Trade Jour-,
(average) of lime. A simple calculation tain about 758 pounds of nitrogen, My grape vines have proved a profit- nalhad,,, been copied, word.by .w !rdt;
will show' that $30 invested, in worth at 15 cents a pound $113.70.By able investment. In '87 I planted nine from the prospectus of the Green;
cottonseed hull ashes, of; average slow process of decay in the soil a hundred which have yielded three Mountain, grape. \

composition, will buy at $30 a ton, large part, if not all, of this nitrogen, crops. Moore's Early are first to ripen, A good authority, isn't it? ...
480 pounds of potash; 160 pounds of would become available as plant food ; i and bring a good price. Delaware .is Since the writer of the article in theNew
phosphoric acid, and 180 pounds of whereas, if the weed is burned, it is I five days later. The.Duchess, a whitegrape I j j York Fruit Trade fJurnawantS
lime. The same amount($30)) investedin dissipated into the air.-J. M. PICKELL, ripens with it." to prove to me that the grape 'I saw,

:wood..ashes, of average composition in Ex. Sta. bulletin.. L. W. Plank : "I now have out under the name of Green Mountain
will ,buy at $21 a, ton, 150 -r _- about sixty acres in fruit, will set out is fine grape, I will Answer him in the
pounds of potash; .50 pounds of phos-, Deciduous Fruits in West Florida.Mr. fifteen acres more this winter.I same paper if I am allowed space,"
phoric ,acid, ,and 1,000 pounds of G. W. Hellish, the Secretaryof find all kinds of fruit trees make a I and you may publish some clippings,
lime. It will, therefore, be seen that the West Florida Highlands' Fruit large growth: and come into bearing from my answer if you think itwill interest
$21' a ton for ,wood ashes is a very Growers' Association, prepared and much younger than in Iowa or Ne- your readers. When a new grapeis
dear price for potash and lime. It sent to the Semi-Tropical Expositiona braska. I have a few varieties of grapes; introduced and placed on the 'market .
would be far cheaper to buy one's statement composed largely of the' they have made a good growth and at such prices as $i.oo. or $2.00
potash in the form of cottonseed hull personal experiences of the growers, have borne two heavy crops of {ruit." per single vine, it is the right of everyone
ashes, and one's lime direct as lime written and signed by themselves: Wm. C. McLean : "The wild grapesof ;: and the duty of all nurserymen
from the kilns. It should, however, Mr. Mellish first says : "There are different varieties that grow so luxuriantly handling grapevines, to investigate,
always be borne in mindCthat ashesare at present over five hundred acres devoted and bear so abundantly in the aboutthe merits of that expensive:
exceedingly variable in quality, to fruit culture tributary to De thick uncleared lands in this county, \ novel tv. E. DUBOIS.
and.that it is never safe to buy them Funiak Springs, and there will be at both on high and low, induced a few Ban Luis VI 'eyar.1) Feb. 2. 1891
1 under guaranteed analysis. least forty thousand pear, peach and
Wood ashes, as they come into market plum trees planted during the coming EreryFARMER 'ey
as fertilizers, contain from about season by members of our Associa Wm ball with deJiflift tap nr Wonder .
20 to 50 or 60 per cent. of lime, 54 to tion." ... e Melon.J Ctfy e fora-/.Jr paekar 5T&ndwfflboelftdtoend *from wfeteb to .
gr0wgOQctgior. >"u.
3 or 4 per cent phosphoric acid Charles Everett says: "I wish to FARM SEEDS.

(average ,about Ij( per ,cent.), i to 8 say that the Kelsey, Japan and Blood How would 1M bo.of caw(my Booaaca,. ,
Oatc toot UM Ieurtro. sw
or 10 per cent. 01! potash avera e Satsuma plums have given me entire y 4, prize of S5OO 1< In (fold/ for the Mfwtbo.
about 5 or 6 per cent). This wide variation satisfaction. .... Barter.14 .WO peracrj bo.Corn.). 40 aad on,
and "Also the different varieties of KM to WO)bo.PotatoM nit yon at praemt
-is'due ities sand
partly to imput ( pears bleb price. MAI ZKK.8 Northern.
dirt)', partly to the fact that the ashesor and some varieties of.apples are doing Grown deeds y..d.a dIIII eery...

( the wood) has been, either by acci extremely well."Among 60,000 Bushels'
dent or design, more or less leachedand; the grapes tested I can report Seed Potatoes Cheap.O .
partly to the fact that the ash of dif- no failures. It is true that some :
ferent kinds- of wood contains the vari thirty five kinds of fruit on which I am a & 'mIIarIIS- '
ous ash constituents in widely differ- experimenting are, and must be more plate?jMtMtel A*"*.a'vrc wbleh wbea
framed, world soak tea '
ent Jluan ti.es. The following analysisof or less, a failure compared with the manta Send 5e.for auM:we trill or&a-.....
'the pure ,ash of different kinds of the rest. Our fruit, all in its own time, Se.,.or Cataloga-* and aekaj oot *ipof of ;
wood, made at the Georgia Expcri- will reach eastern markets from four to City: fMexle*Melon tee pieta. '

meat Station, illustrates the' latter fact six weeks earlier than the same from TTE-jSs5YILc(! : 4.:
very 'forcibly. California and other localities. Our
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.MMEWRt1I: \ER. that these are all l the points,to be con ''fhe Nansemond Sweet Potato. a winter hot-bed. They were scat- r
sidered, but they are the most essential Editor: Fanner and Fruit-Grower: tered evenly over the surface which
r Florida -. ,. :As a simple device (or meetingthe Another object lesson is in another had been raked very smooth, but not
Tbfeaeoo {
at Home. first three of the above require- box-a single hill of sweet potatoes, packed; ,then I sprayed them thor
Some. ;while ago we'published a let- ments,. I suggest the following :' Nansemond. I have but a small; 1 patch, oughly and covered them with gunny
ter from Mr.'EA..Lindsley: : North Construct a shed by sinking four but the patch grows all my family con- sacks, which I also wetted. Then I
Jacksonville, giving .I his,' method of posts> into the ground and roofing over sumes, and they are always on the ta- put my sash on, which created a heat
cultivating; tobacco and'stating thatheisae.working"it in the usual way to a comb in the cen- ble.I inside that fairly made the ground
ec. The height should be eight oren went down to find you a hill I steam. I lifted up the sacks every
cigars for the'
up : : feet. :Five or six feet above the was not in any way ashamed to show day and looked underneath, then laid
Jacksonville market., :He; 'mow. sends, ground put down a suitably supported you. It was the first one I uncoveredand them back and wetted them again.It .
IK another communication, giving let: flooring," consisting of wire gauze. it suited. Please take one dome, usually takes weeks to make celery
tea from a number of his" ,customers The'meshes of the gauze should, be and see if it is coarse, because large. seeds sprout, but in three days I couldsee
about one quarter of an, inch-at The hillturns the scale at sixteen that seeds were germinating.I .
showing. .that there is,a steady:.demand any my
and'that. rate, small .enough to prevent the fish pounds. The land was plowed a year ,then took the sacks off and spread
for tiesecigirs} : theygive sat-
scraps falling through. Spread the ago December, ten inches deep, them on top of the sash ,to make it
isfaction.: A few weeks ago the U. scraps in, thin layer on the gauze and planted to white potatoes. March 20, dark inside, still looking at;and spray-
S.; T0tafc& Journal ,blew a long andstrong keep a fire" burning on the ground un- I they; dug, and, the plot planted ing the plants every day. After a dayor
puff out of its scornful l nostrils derneath. A half-dozen or more of again. The last week in June the second two I raised the sash a few incheson

and. declared, that a .taint of,the "Flor. these gauze "floorings" might be crop of Irish: potatoes waf the upper side and as the plantssoon
placed one above the .other, and they all used out, and Icarefully put in began to grow leaning toward
ida in all its breadth.
humbug" was not night be attached to frames on ,rollers at the rate of $30 per acre chem- this small allowance of light: I raised
Floridans who know good cigar when ([or wheels) so as to be easily shoved icals, sulphates only, sweet pota- the sash more and more.
they: (draw' it can afford to smile at into and out, of the shed for loading toe manure. The beds were 34 As the next step toward hardeningthem
t&is, The, thing most needed about apd unloading. The shed should be feet apart, broad and flat and the plantsset I took the sacks off the sash
Florida Havana tobacco just now is- weather boarded; in, so as to somewhat deeply once in ten inches in the entirely, replacing them with one and
to raise it-:ED. confine the heated air which, however, row. This same land has grown little one-half inch slats laid with one and
I. after passing up through the scrap but the two kinds of potatoes for some one-half inch spaces between them,
Utilizing Fink Scrap. should have a free outlet through the years. I am not growing potatoes for but still keeping the sash on, raised a
Sdttor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: roof. It might be, well to construct the market, but for my own use, but little all around.
.. Can you tell me through your an- over a hole in the roof a "box" fifteen when I can get a full peck out of one Next, I removed the slats; lastly,
swer,column what kind of heating: apparatus or twenty feet long and two or three hill I am not ashamed to show them, the sash. From the time the seeds
would be the.most suitable to feet in diameter (to be set up vertically and they are better than cassava to sprouted until I took everything off,
dry fife scraps with? Do you considerthe ), for the purpose of creating a draft. feed. They are "fresh from the soil," exposing them to the full light of the
scheme practicable to dry and Along the side of the shed oppositeeach and of a quality which only chemicals sun, it was about two weeks.I .
"' grind fish from fisheries for fertilizing produce in such large quantity. This
scraps 'of the gauze "floorings" shouldbe now had a beautiful stand of
: purposes? KLEINSCHEG. an opening through which the result comes from using more fertilizer thrifty plants, but I found that the in-
8TOU Fla.ANSWER scraps can be reached by a long han- than I would had I not expectedan sects were preying on them. To meet
[ BY PROF. j. M. PICRELL.] dle rake and stirred up from time to unusual dry summer when I these pests I prepared a strong decoc-
It is entirely practicable "to dry and time. These openings should be closed planted. There was no artificial wa tion of tobacco and sprinkled it over
grind:fish scraps from fisheries for fertilizing with suitable shutters. The heated air tering, and less than one-fourth the them; this checkmated them com-
purposes.'"' This method of in the shed for fast drying should be usual rainfall, but deep setting after pletely.To .
utilizing the scrap has been in vogue kept at about 300 to 350 Fahrenheit. deep working. The potatoes were make the plants groW stocky,
for'many years, in various If the heat should become too great- only worked once after setting the I occasionally snipped off t'Yo or three
b world. Fish guano, as this fertilizer sufficient for example to char the pieces of vines, and manure all applied inches of the tops of them with shears.
is often called, contains much valuable scrap-the most valuable constituent before the beds were made the As an experiment I potted a thousandof
nitrogen and phosphate. Accordingto of the scrap (the nitrogen) will be very day the pieces were set. You them, and it gave them great 'advantage -
forty-nine analyses made through a driven out and lost Some means of can use the pieces as you choose. "* when they came to be set out,
term of years at the Massachusetts regulating the heat is therefore neces I picked a green orange from Octo- though this would be rather tediousfor
Experimental Station, it contains >12< sary. Instead therefore of an open ber bloom to show you jack frost was field culture.
to 21$ per cent., of water, 6.8 to 11.4 fire of logs on the ground under the merciful. Very truly yours. They were set out November 14.
per cent' nitrogen (average 7.3 percent scraps,. there should be a furnace out- LYMAN PHELPS. My land is a good class of" flatwoods
), 5.5 to ii 3 per cent. of phosphoric side of the shed from which the heated Note that a root of maiden cane (I do like the black muck land so
acid (average 8.3 per cent). air should be conducted into the shed penetrated a tuber. I send by boat well), with a clay subsoil two feet or
Ten other samples, not so well dried, through suitable flues. The flues and Monday morning. L. P. so below the surface. Furrows were '
gave 15.5 to 45.5, per cent of water, furnace should be provided with The largest potato in this hill run out ten inches deep, two or three
2.4 to 7.6 per cent. of nitrogen (aver- "dampers" for regulating the draft. weighed four pounds one ounce. inches of good barnyard compost was
age: 4.97, per cent.), 2.9 to 8.6 percent A little practice would enable one to When cut to pieces and cooked it strewn along the bottom and covered
of phosphoric acid (average 5.08 keep the shed at the proper tempera- showed no fiber, and was of an excel with about the same depth of soil,
per cent). lent texture.and color, though not so leaving the furrows finally about five,
Various means of drying the scrap ture.The above is merely thrown out as sweet as the regular Florida potato. inches deep. The plants grew off
have'been employed. Formerly-and a suggestion. Many modifications and We think it would be good for Northern finely from the start, especially the
probably still-on the coast of Nor- improvements,would be found, advIsa- shipment-ED potted ones. I banked them up a few
way, the scrap was simply exposed in ble in actual practice. The drying of days ago ; they are now eighteen or
thin layers to the action of wind and large quantities of any such materialas Celery in the Flatwoods. twenty inches high and Very fair eat-
s-un.. Where the climateis.favorableMuchaFthemoisture fish scrap is not so simple a matter Editor Farmer and Frult-Orower ing, though not sufficiently blanched.
; i ".can be gotten as:would at first appear. Hydraulic At your request, I will give you yet B. H. ALDEN.
nd.'olin: that;way, and it-will'often,be presses and centrifugals, revolving briefly my methods of raising celery.As Lawty Fla.Fertilizers. .
found,economical to subject(;the scrapto cylinders} of boiler plate iron in which you are doubtless aware, the Insecticides.I
'(that treatment before__.applying.artificial the.constantly agitated scraps can be greatest difficulty in this matter is to as
means. subjected to blasts of hot air or steam get the seed to sprout and save the During the pasfseason' my attentionwas
"An. apparatus 'for drying scraps (according as may be desired), boilers, young and tender plants through the called to this subject by a farmer,
should furnish (i) a draft or'blast of furnaces, steam engines form parts of alternate beating rains and blighting who told me he cleared his pear trees
,hot 'air, ,((2)) means' of so disposing the the "plants" for the manufacture, on sun-heat of the "rainy season.?' To of the scurfy scale by washing with water -
scrapsthat'the, hot air may penetrate the large scale, of fish guano and inci- overcome this formidable obstacle, in which muriate of potash had
through'and,through them, ((3))) ,means dentally of glue, fish oil, etc. some growers have proposed to sow been dissolved. He stated that this
of :constantly, stirring; the' scrap And i Ji M. PlCKELL.. their seed as early as April in order to had been perfectly effective, and had
thus; preventing the scraps. from be. : P. ,S.-Farmers living near fisheries secure cooler weather, and then keep entirely cleared the washed parts even
coming cemented into clumps and, at i had best compost the scrap without the plants along with a slow growth when no scrubbing had been done.
the, ,same time, constantly exposing i previous drying., Fish scrap and kai-- until the time for replanting comes in This led me to experiment a.little with
fresh parts to the action of the air, and : nit'make a complete fertilizer. The the fall.I the potash,salts, and to make inquiriesof
((4)) means of,burning or otherwise ren- i practice of composting fish scrap with sowed my seed, the Boston Market farmers who had used them in fer-
d n& iB&oxious, the offensive (evil! unslaked.lime is an old one. Ashes variety, August 27th, in a very tilizing quantities. I found the uni--
l. s eUing! | gases 'which"i may be giveroffvbytke : and fish,scrap are also often, compost rich, deep, mellow bed framed with versal testimony to, be that wherever
.. :scraps. It'ir pretended 1 : ed.;-]. M.P.' .. '.' ..>/ boards for the reception of sash as in potash was used on corn there wa no





trouble,with cutworms or wireworMS.Mr parts. .Dilute spirits of turpentinewith Tbe latest combine reported; is
E. B. Voorhees, the senior chemist Poultry.Spongia two parts of: sweet oil or glycerine between publishing ,houses for 'tie! :

of the station, is very positive 'on - -- -_ and.with a feather insert it in purpose of controlling: the price of
-- -- -.- - -------- -- -- -
this'point He.says that on his (a. > and Roup the nostrils. This form of roup is school .books., For a number of years \

ther's: farm they were greatly troubled Editor Farmer and Fru.1tGrower.'ne diptheritic and difficult to cure., past there have been,efforts. made in v
with cutworms and wireworms,. especially evidence coming in spongiais Only valuable birds will pay for the this direction but, until recently no
after.sod but since \ trouble.In definite
on corn ; using understanding or agreement
curing roup-Not a single case of
the potash salts there is no further a.letter.just received from Mr. had been consummated. It is now
reported-A boom to poultry-
trouble on that score. Other .testimony failure" Jacobs, ,iii answer to an,inquiry abouta understood that the three l largest con-
is tothe same effect and is unan men. new book (homeopathic) on poultry cerns in the country have joined. to-
imous. In Salem county,'New.Jersey, This is the heading to a five-column diseases, he said it was' out and referred gether and propose to dictate( the
: J
in which I recommended .kainit for article in the January' number of the to the advertisers in New:York; educational l status of the rising genera
peach tree aphides, I was informed Poultry Keeper. It consists of)letters but as he mentioned Poultry Doctor, tion. This, monopoly reaches much
that young; trees set in ground prepared from all sections of the country in ,evidence and iHt,is the one by Deihl, published further than a casual glance discloses.It .
with this substance, grew ,well of the effiacy of spongia, in '77, I can't recommend it, for it is not only makes the price, but absolutely
where previously they died'off. I at. a homeopathic remedy, first recom- simply advertisement of Humphry's dictates the quality. It.:is 'intended
tribute this as much to insecticide mended by P. H. Jacobs, editor of Specifics. For roup, he says use No. not only to rob the purchaser,
quality of the salts to to the fertilizing the Poultry Keeper, and it certainlyhas 19 or'C. C. (The numbers refer to but to beggar the, author. When
effect. I also learned from some farmers done wonders in this dreaded disease the domestic and letters to the veterinary competition was in order, every new
who used the potash that they of all the diseases effecting the practice. Without a key to the. device or improvement in educational

:-. ,were not troubled with the root_ louse, feathered tribe. None are exempted. medicines, you are in the dark.) The work was eagerly accepted. Teachers
which in some parts of South Jerseyis Other remedies may be as effective, firm referred to in Boston is puttingup and scholars alike shared in the

quite a serious pest. but what recommends spongia more spongia in tablets, one,. two ,and benefits. With the combine this. is
My experiments were made.to test particularly is its ease in administering. three grains. These* are ,dry, ,of changed.. The cheapest is as good' as
the killing power of the .substance. course, and can be administered to the best. Superiority of matter and
Kainit and,muriate were dissolved in At first the prevailing opinion was individual fowls or a number can be manufacture will give way to a disje-i

water at the rate of one ounce to one the fifteenth attenuation was the proper dissolved_ in water; the advantage will gard for either, which, in the ,end,
pint and sprayed on various speciesof strength., Having had some experience be, they are easily mailed. As ,they will be highly injurious,to the educational -
aphides, against all of which it in handling these remedies, I area wholesale house, I have writtento system of this country. This
proved effective. It killed all the doubted its use in this form and wrotea them for prices in quantity, and. I monopoly will no doubt ennch those

mealy bug on greenhouse camellias prominent firm in Boston, manufacturers can mail in as small a quantity ,as, engaged in operating it, but it will beat
of homeopathy goods and,medicines want. I make this the of the material dduca'tional
without injury to the plants, and was parties : announcement expense >
effective against Julus sp., which and asked them the best formto for I am having so many inquiries advancement of the people..

were injuring potatoes. Larvae,of the use it in the poultry yard. Their for spongia. Parties,say ,they This, form,of trust appeals directly to
cabbage maggot died when placed in !'reply was as mother tincture in the cannot get it in their vicinity, and I the moral sentiment of every citizen;
soil moistened with the mixture where third decimal, and the quantity required am in hope to be able to accommodatethem. and the outcome will show how hon
was four drops to the,pint of I
those in a pure-water ,moistened soil I est and dee -ro ted that sentiment is.
were unaffected. Against hairy larvae water, thirty-two to the gallon. As The time has evidently come when'
there are sixty drops to a teaspoonful l,
ineffective.I vigorous protest is demanded againsta
applications were this would be about the required ;Just as we are ready to mail our condition
such entire
,tested it for mjury to plants, and amount for,a pail of water, as this is communication, the Fancier.Journal: of all permits the of
found, ,the muriate somewhat injuriousto the way its ,use, is recommended in (weekly) comes to us with the,news branch disregard of in its rights efforts every:
tender leaves, where kainit,did not the drinking water, for well fowls as a that the entries for the coming New society to gather
affect them at all. The kainit, on the preventive, and for those that are affect York show (to open its doors today,' profits. In the near future it is,possible
that the march of science
other hand, is slightly more effective ed asa cure. The,affected ones will February 4th.) closed with ,a total of literature its further,progress art and
against the insects. I would not recommend get two, or three, times the quantity, over 2,600 entries. This breaks all may find ,
checked by ,the greed of some. suqh
this against insects in previous records and will be a boomon
gen for they will be feverish and that I combine. If the friendsof
eral, but to reach underground speciesI much more water. comparison judging. We,receivedthe monopoly or
think it will prove:an effective Tern premium book, last week. It con civilization do not at once beginwar
We always recommend the removalof tains a number of varieties 'we never upon this attempt'to curtail i intelligence
edy.A have sick'fowls from the yard and to confine heard of before. The first premiumis then the fact will be ta\\>- *
number of this
growers year them themselves frequently
by ; lished that nearly all human desire js
kept their,cabbage clear of the larvae so many show signs of it 'at once thatit $5 on single specimens and $2 for swallowed up in ,the blind struggle for
of Pieris rape by using lime, ,either is better to give all the same medi- second. Entrance fee, $1 50 for each gain.-National Citizen Alliance..
bird. E. W. AMSDEN. ,
fresh air slaked or in the form ,of a
cine and,the spongia will prevent the
; Oimond, Fla., Feb'nary 4,J891
dry ,hydrate: first sifting it and then well ones from having it. As roup is MX days carrier tfea
dusting on the plants when wet. a name applied all forms of catarrhor My wife had been a sufferer for sirae time any Tarletr!toted L (iro9sAaatteae.aN.T. at cbAfrtonirt e
Lime makes a good fertilizer and with In the back Salvation Oil wan ,Color
colds, spongia may not be the pain ; greenlth"wkite: D.'P
almost, every farmer has it. .It'is the only remedy necessary.I freely used and I am glad to say toy wire today S tender ttrtou.'' weal The only sad true d.-
simplest, we have of keeping this suffers no pain. ta.t rank Iris bola
way bought several varieties of fowls i in W. B.COUNCILL'B Md. earttaeM sad gutter.Kacb .
species in b!>:Unds. Tine sealed wtta
. : New York and Boston, and had them In colds of gre rt obstinacy and hacking our rtjFlctered trademark -
The president stated that,the use of I come' by water to Jacksonville. Those chronic coughs, me Dr. Ball' Cough Syrup, drcUaara,1"IDfl turtn..r Int ,nDatloa.label.Asvats Send wanted tar
fertilizers as i insecticides was, not new. coming alter November 12th had the favorite. Address STU'BJUf HOYT aOKS, New Canaan,,Cfc

Lime,, salt, etc.,, had ,been.used extensively colds, one or two were badly cankered
abroad and in this country, some sore eyes, while others
while caustic soda and the potash salts had enlargement of the wind pipe.I .
_ere- extensively used. of late years used spongia in their drinking water lift?!

against scale] insects, especially.in Cal in' every case. For sore eyes, frequent -
ifornia. It, is interesting'to', have: a bathing in as hot water as 'they
confirmation.of older experience,. andto could stand, with a teaspoon of hypo-
draw attention once more to, ,the sulphite of soda dissolved, was a.certain -
subject by such valuable,local trials'as and speedy cure. For canker, I .2HLL9BS
those enumerated by Mr.\ Smith.J.B first: removed the cheesy-like sub-

SMITH i* ,Insttt Life.Tne ., stance, then applied burned alum, and .

two or three applications would effecta For Wttk Stoflttcii lipM Mfidlii lMtoil Uw.
cure. For the discharge at ,the
Diners Ooioi ,Seed. nostrils,' a gasping of breath,' hoarse ,SOLD BT_ ALL BRITOCOBVL

)l78eed !fonas extend Into Danvera.'and I breathing 'and swelling of or enlarge- PRICE 25 CENTS PERBOXB. .
freotte&Uy boy of 1 be beet onion raisers there ment''and inflamed condition of. the
oaieas fea..dre4 10 a Blast, of> tmsaeis.to grow of seed their from handsomest,sometime opening of the wind pipe, Mr. Jacobs Prep&redonl'byTUOBBECSAI8t.He: e1s, K1a di

Bayla neb*M seed bleb,all a>this five year's dollars growth a barrel and.of I,my offer recommends spongia in ,the drinking Ai1 & CO., Sole Agent *

own vateiBc.at W,W a pourd, with a dUcouotoa water a teaspoon now and then duringthe *,IINI1'kH STATES, iii, M7"CANAL '$T. 'J... ,, T4li ,
.... .. Much of the onion seed
sefcite lie" e-Htor"U.,,too fiat'. r too round for tru.. day in aggravated cases. Also' Who (if your druggist docs, not keep them) will mail 'BeechamVPUk
Batven.poea*<.Cattee Seed,Daarers catalogue carrot sent,seed.FREE' SI to ttJper chlorate of potash, as much as will dissolve OH receipt of prime.-ktinqusTr+Jfrit. (Plsasc sraiifoa tfcis paper.}
""'1 in water'o.r used as a powder;'
JAMBB J. H. GREGORY &. 'SONMarblehead,...... and with a feather':touch. the affected

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_ market, The supply of squash is Yet the chances are, the first time faithful fellows toiled at the capstan,
.....t! ftL mostly from local points, costing $1.75to this man has to leave his boat some around and around ; some of. them

: distance, out and wade ashore, he will with hardly a dry stitch on their backs.
:BttHERfl'1COMMUMTO" : : U Ntt+ra $2 per barrel. Spinach, at 75 to go sit down in his wrath and write to his i Their dripping clothes wet the deckso

a .... H' .MWMItf.' UM cents per bushel, Is selling fairly well. Northern friends, and denounce that slippery that they had to sprinkle
r: : In ,the! opinion of some of the, dealers ,Florida boat builder as a rascal and sawdust on it. As they toiled they

a "f FEBRUARY. 12-,- 189L, the business of growing green vegetables the whole State as-a nest of thieves. constantly sung. Here is one of their
,"*,,8TBPHBtt" : POWERS.- r-' ,-' Editor. ,is overdone. One, marketman Moral: (To the first case). The refrains :
,. Add ess'Lagtey'Fla.; only safe rule in business is the old 14 Yo-heave-ho!
9. '
'DQ" said the other day that he had seen the
rule of the savage, to treat every stran- O. before I'd be a slave, '

..r. ', : .Advertising: ,.."that, r. Pays." time when a bushel of spinach in winter ger as an enemy and a rascal until you I'd be buried in my graTe,
MI cheerfully endorse? ,your i ,;paper, glvinfaVray ; brought $6 and was scarce at that find out to the contrary. And I'd go to my Lord an4.be saved.,
; Yo-heave-yo
reasons'It'for for one"year doing so;,the and fact during that I(that'advertkoHa price, but to day if prices advanced Moral: ((To the second case). When Finally all hands knocked off'for

time', I received,mere'replies from my 'adjerilseiaeBtiathepxfipATca above' the 'normal quotations a large you emigrate to a new country,know takeit dinner and let the engine rest awhile.,
that the
.ibaa ,from theTertllemen' invoice, is sure to arrive from the South for granted Captain Brady said that the wind was:
In any other$>nbllcatlo Anaeearato more about that country than you do
'record:of::replies: :and'sources: ,,as well i and smash prices. 'Parsnips are, in full, and'ask them questions.A giving us more water all the while,
and about o'clock the tide wouldbe
.M eaases,'was'kept,:and therefore this statement -' supply and bring 75 cents to $1 per i I one
;;voluntarily made, !.'authorltatlv% solar Trip on Indian River.It at its height then he wanted .to
:.as' I, am':concerned. ;JWlshtog yon deserved bushel. Dandelions'are netting growers baddish the bring the anchor; home and make, a
was a day, sky was,
I am,truly, ,yours .. $ bushel. ,
sueoeae, z per desperate dash for liberty. He was a.
>*,' J .. Wx. CAlI'l'fON."r ." covered with gray and wooly ,
f gallant sailor, was the ,captain ; he,
and there stiff Leaving
:fvAgeat for all theCoinpau aud was a noreaster. -
The Swindlers. of Florida. had been in the! times
''Betrth Fl This State has acquired a very un- the St. Sebastian went along about tHat he had no dry clothes left except

'. i.. ... ;;Publioatkma Received.; enviable reputation for common .honesty her business until one o'clock in the those on his back. His 'voice was
b; t'ah-Ua of the,Botanical,, Department', ,Jamaiea. -. with thousands oT' people in the morning. Awakened by loud voices like a trumpet, but it came gently at

.J. +l Northern States; and yet they are oftenthemselves and a swishing and thudding of the first : Boys, haul that line in, please."
8peeeh of Hon. ,Leland Stanford: in. the
: : ,
fault than the citizens Then, if they did not' obey-beware 1
more at window and
TJal ted States Btnate,December 19,18 U GOTeVaraeai :- waters, we looked out the
'Loans+ on Real Estate.'. of Florida. Two 'notable, instances found that we had come upon the S. But they did obey; they worked for

:Speech'of HOI'Samuel Pasco tn"'the UnitedStates have lately come to our ,per. V. White, ''a little mail steamer, hard him like good ones.

fcieaate,,January W;1861.' On,the El.c- sonal knowledge where men were aground. We lay to, gave her a haw The mate himself waded out with a
tq1.BU1", second hawser and made it fast
victimized; in there to a
one case was
; and her off but
The "wMid i Almfcnao and ,Bureau :of In- ser palled ; presentlywe
!. wished the 'anchor
of 'the, kind in fluke they to pull
rascality most ;
fHHttkra. ?80 paged of solid ,facl's. and sta-; patent got fast' ourselves. The small mail-
the other the victim suffered loose and bring it home, then heaVe
tom. a26 cent: simply carrier came back and hitched to us in
Fe4der'ot,'the''tlt' Augustine' Route, -with from his own ignorance and rashness. turn ; she turned on a full head of her ahead quick and throw her over '
seine;;elegant ;illustrations*.and. descriptive the shell:bank. They fed the furnace
in fashion
The first and
case was merely ,a new steam bwsedaway hearty
t4xt.1? "" . 'YJ '_ hot, and 'even the invalid ladies gotout
Catalogue of William;,Ptahl: ,, Qulncy. IlL version of the tale that has been toldso on the line. Our own heel buckledto
in windto
the forecastle the
FreR trees,?Plants and. Vines, spraying. .out-'. often that it has become a wearinessto it, and together they pulled us off. on gusty
its: the spirit. A Northern invalid Subsequent proceedings interested the watch., The captain was more
-. t rau haws 'Seed .Catalogue,,'Chicago, '146 with but nervous than he had ever been before.
opens a correspondence some sleeping passengers no more, we
West!Washington street... 97 pages,.with.-gor8p The steady drone, of the men at.the.
is deck how
here who and
one a perfect stranger to arose went out on to see
geee.isustrataaa. .:. capstan seemedHo worry him, but he
him 'and him withconsidera- the Sebastian would in her
entrusts : come out
eeh of,Hon, : Samuel :Pasco In theUnlted} word
and then shot out a
Stoles>Senate. ;January! 30. '"ThelIeot'Voter ble'sums of 'money to invest in land gallant fightThere only now '
wri"N o ai :fcaoger:) ,His' majority j Is. in which he has never seen,' and in tress had been high winds from like thunder: f .."
:ft erthern and:Republican. 'Btaies." of which he does not know'one'variety the west and blown the water out the MYo-heave-yo 1 1O >

.1 .t- from the other. When he comes down inlets into the ocean; but now it had ,the weepin Mary "; '

/.)We hail our venerable. contemporaryVrthe here,, after ..several years he finds- veered and was blowing nasty from 0 Weepln',Jews loves all the me., day; ". 'f.J

FloHlian, 'as.a'stepfatner, as what? A lot of wretched, worm eaten the east and slowly fetching it back What ye gwlne to do In that. ,great day TYo ,

!it has,now passed into the, possession? scrubs for which he was charged a There was a mere thread of a moon -heave-yo!1"

ofMX. d Wf DaCosta.: This, gentlemaap dollar apiece, set in a sandhill, for -just enough to see the beacons by- The mate was out in the chilly water -
; : : which he was charged a hundred dollars l- but the wind kept driving us out of fully half an hour,standing on the
; however, will;:not give any less an acre. This man has' no rightto the thirty-foot canal dredged throughthe anchor to hold it in a certain position,

of 1iispersonal'atteiition; 1 than hereto- condemn Florida in general, for oyster-beds. "Every few minutes and pawing the water with his hands

tore .Vo'.iTHE' JFARMEJL:_ AND..',ERUITJGROWEIU rascals flourish in every land, and there would come long, grinding rasp to keep the wind and waves from
where gudgeons are thickest ,there the on the bottom. Sometimes we would knocking him over. Finally they

"*.:If 't-:: ..:. k. .'. i f'- ..... .; pole and,line will be oftenest dropped stop dead still. pulled the anchor home and triced it

t"i M t'th .second( .annudineeting of.thc; into the water. About half past four we went hard up just under'the guard. The captainwent

: sseci oti'offconwIv Etitomoloir l li The second,case was that of a gen- aground and staid there until daylight.The three steps at a time from the
tleman who purchased a property on main anchor was then swung bow up to the hurricane deck, 'then
ts tlae President, l (;fC:V. Riley the St.: Johns and found that he needed down on, the fish-davit, and two down to the bow, then on deck again.

1 i i'agrees f'1orangescat ,, :refemi.to}the .Florida some kind of a ro boat. Without blacks got into a tottlish bit of a yawlto "Get aboard, Mr. Jarvis !1"

s'in, :Camprakl i G stopping to investigate he went and row out with it. But the high The mate got up over the guard,

'I'he repeated Importatloj ot. ..a scaleinsectsfrom purchased a fine, .large,, ro nd-bot waves( bumping against the sides of the water streaming from every stitch.
.=17+aia 1'aIoaliloTnta.;ISai: attracted tomed boat, such as would be suitableon the steamer, upset the tricksy little Then to the pilot, "whale her
t much attention. The species concerned are the deep rivers of the North, pay- vixen and threw the men into the water, ahead 1"The

prlas! aUy the,Purple, Scale(M&ilatpii cUr(- ing 'fifty'dollars for it.ne. 'will soon causing great laughter. Another one bell tinkled far down astern,,
oo Scale ;({M. gIev iiq'find) the
...''irse'jTn, rla Pal The.fact discover that, it is totally unsuited to jumped overboard and the three the: engineer pulled the throttle wide

s linasets>.asnsthave.earep'atedIj his purposes, ,because in, a tidewater waded far out in the eye of the wind, open, the leviathan began to "chowse1
ito MM mate 'be daai] : without stream when the' tide is out it is often carrying the anchor. They jabbedone -chowse-chowse," and the ''wheel

-. ''a.foothold&< haa rfantlae an ar- the case, that, in- order to" make'a dry fluke deep down in the oyster- rammed her ahead.

(.00:Uaer subject LD.had in landing, 'one: must lay aside the oars beds, then the crew wound up on the Yes; she "do move!1';

B a to piper* *;FrosMv owa obserjyn and punt the boat ,'rods in capstan and'' the wheel astern (they Then came again that long,grinding,

..........abe. -'.IiU... ''te,I'' -:ttdsfrtaesd.thai'proper .. ,- water which is, only tree; or' four ay a screw is impracticable these rasping sound, as she went on the
where'Ibat t_ condHieBS t?' :sfeade:: HmeNMii 4 inches" eep. shoal waters) lashed the water into a yster-beds..

e' i'edM'fs i nhtoia'xbwe'k' IbMld,69' "geta$4d ttiese3L "*'wuttlsey What he needed was not, a4heavy; foam. "Only rubbing the barnacles. ,off;"
die round-bottomed boat at all, however The anchor was moved and reset a said the captain grimly.
will probably:,. .ouf tttf-hotter_
drier,U4.i*..aMdMlMalltui). l-J, ?+* t4 showy'itmight be, ,but a flat.bottomed number of times. Sometimes it drag. But we stuck. Then they backedoff

"'....:... '," f..- S..,4.t' 1.' tX I #' craft, either'' a skiff;or a ,batteau' ged; ; sometimes the boat forged ahead and went ahead ';again, and this-
A dtelicacy 1 of' the, season :are,ia! Jew ("Johnboat," as the Western peoplecall a bit. The staunch old tub fairly time she plowed her way tltro 'gh.

gee; striog 'beans'fromTlorioi,, ys. it);which can be propelled in very shook ,herself. The wheel would claw, Thus we backed and, filled, :and'
-T \ > v> shallow: 'water, and will carry a man the water a few' seconds; then-.:re- surged, and the stout old boat' shook
a ,exchange at
kle.BoetOB '
ft+ r l>> $3,75 percrate. ashore where the round bottomed boat versed as quick as a flash-would furiously herself nearly all the afternoon. We.

... ..._.. The' ... small+.-.. lots--. ;-seen,--;,-in-..market- I would'leave 'him', to wade a. long,distance claw it the other way. It were on those oyster beds almost: thirteen -
'afeKJst i p* ed;:fre.,Ne.w., ; .- This h.c ould have bought for churned: 'the waters into a mudhole.All : hours. before we finally weat

x S> YrkcitY'j
ao direct sfcipBa Hts being twenty dollars. ; that dead-dull forenoon, the f. ," >_. n -, '

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: ,the ,return trip we, had plenty of coarse and large fruit Are not wanted,,and Messrs. BgobelA Day, agents Florida Fruit MISCELLANEOUS NEW YORK MARKETS.
of pries do not seem to lm.rove.In, fact, the Exchange. nave sold this week as follows: ,
water andno} wind. The pilot hit quantities -of large and coarse fruit re- WKDN CSDAY -757 packages boxes oranges From Ih'e Commercial Oar. teweextract7the: ,
the cently sent and still, being forwarded are at$-1 00 1.55 one-half -
canal every time and like Capt. ; boxes Tangerines,1150() following items:
nuw wholly for low
responsible averates @1 75FRIDAY. ,
Kidd, "we, sailed and we sailed." Only. very small percentage of recent ahlpm .-1.250 packages boxes oranges at biers GUAVA 2 doz.JELLY in case-Florida per doz.Guava.-'L75:12, 8 oz.oz. tum-tum-

We ,had nothing to do but enjoy thecaptain's nts could rank as even fair to good. Much $3.2031.60;half boxes Tangerines at Sl.bO&l.20. blers, 1 doz. in case, per dos., IS.75. Citron,
and frosted fruit Is also
# ; light helping. Home oranges in poor order sold lower. Choice. extra fancy 2S Ib. tins, pej lb., 193ic: Lemon
the al of prices.
fruit in
incomparable Florida yarns, We gene of average that the demand Peel'new (original boxes 25 lb.,1-e. less, He ;

his, turtle soup, his pompano and oys- cannot, Avoid course the, shipping presume of this poor growers trull AT BOSTON. Orange Peel new (original boxes 95 I lb., 1-e.
less, I2c.; Orange and Lemon Peel less than
but they must make up their minds not toezpect Snow & Co., sold as, follows on .
ters and the, tropical pomp of'the sun- Florida box,one cent advance; Prunelle ;30 lb. boxes;
too much for it, because the trade will Jan 29th: Alraerla grapes, 2.76@7.25; .
fine iSo Marmalade
,. ; Orange JI(English make),
not pay fancy price for trash and If It were oranges $1.621,275( : grape' fruit L50@3.00( ;, lib. doz., pl.75- r
set.After not for favorable circumstances, the scarcity, V-Ient'laoranges. 13.25 per regular case; Palermo .
all the NUTS-Pecans Texas medium per lb
.supper passengerswere of other fruits, etc.,the bulk of our poor fruit oranges, ex str E.'wln, $1.8X,43.25 r Walnuts
lax Naples lb.
i ; new, 1890. per ,
on, the' hurricane deck, and as this season wpuli not pay charges. Palermo Lemons. SI l 50-H1.85.( 14> o: .Peanuts Virginia hnd-picked,' per' tlb.
While the situation is not as much Improved H Harris & Feb. 2nd ,
,on Monday : -
.,51 c roasted 7C Spanish perlb.
we,hugged the shore of 'a thirtyacre to it still ; peanuts, ,
to-day as we hoped see we orangf s, $3 25 per regular case; Floridaoranges tS> c; Hickory nuts, per bushel, 60 lb.,$2. 60.
are confident that the worst has passed and "
banana farm; the"smudge"of'the'mos'quito $155t13.50; a vel oranges4L12K'23.00;
all the latent telegrams and advtces through' Mandarins, |1@3.25 per box and 75c.@ll.40 per \

Inquisition was, ,wafted to our other channels recommend steady shipment. half K>xTangerine2 25(4.37} per box.and

nostrils and hs'its'baleful l fir es'} as the demand on the Increase,particularly II S712. 7}{ per half box; grape fruit, 13.25 Jacksonville, Markets.
; gleanie"dthrough for good fruit. 8.62Vi per box.and |5,62 per barrel. WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
the palmettoes'and; t the (man- H-Harris A Co., on Tuesday, Feb. S, ex str. Corrected by Thos.Nooney ft Sow

.. .. .. Alexandria: Valencia oranges, regulars 13.10 ,
POTATOES-Early roar per barrel, |4 00;
groves. .4.4x' ,jargeL50g4.75; extra large |4 00
Bnrbanks 75; Florida cabbage, |2 00 per bar-
The Jay Tee, beloved of tourists, 5.! h. rel; tomatoes, crates S3 5 i'i fancy 860 lemons
H. Harris &, Co.. Feb. 5
on Thursday, ,
has Feb; 11,1891. box S325(93eO( ; bananas, bunch 91269175;
corraled Indian River with the Flo ida I$03.25Mandarins$2.75) ,
oranges ;
peanuts, extra So pound nuts 15o
As predicted in last Bulletin, sound fruit, in box and half per ; pecan
per i74c.1.70
St. Johns as ,its secure outside:brush des cable sizes Is In strong, demand tit good ISfiftl;Tangerines, $1.124.75 per per boxand; grapefruit per pound; almonds, lie per pouna; E wal-

fence, excluding all 'competition} and prices. A sharp distinction drawn between- $137@2.87 per half box; Navel oranges,$L37@. chickens nuts. 180 per belt pound grown;, hens 2k125o,loll each grown; cggs,2Bo, 35c;
sound and frosted Ihok-the latter notwant' '
box Palermo
1230 .75
=1' all ,foes except the :mosquito,, and"the d Large coarse and rough fruit is sill box per;Messina lemons,12.15 Valencia oranges per., per dozen; Mott's apple cider;426keg;fiott's
in peach cider,15 75 ke/; onions, barrels, 15 50;
over-supply and cannot be disposed of to U5 .
sand fly-' ,skeeter fly high, skeeter advantage-don't force it on reluctant. market I per case.REPORT crates.II 75: cocoanuts, SI 50 per 100; apples,

fly low.But the kindly Atlantic are;scarce.it will do better later on when oranges BY :M. GEORGE & CO.. 16 003660 mes.per 140"barrel( per;crate grape; turnips 40o< per, 1200 bAlketi'eran per,

with its trade wind blows these awayif Everyday strengthens the markets of the CHICAGO, Feb.'4lh.ORAKOAS. barrel; beets,|2 ftj per barrel; carrots,S3 50 per
barrel; parsnips. |3 09 per barrel squash, pro,
prices must advance
country steadily through
give, ita', chances: We havean ; .-At the auction sale yesterday
you the ea on. Patrons are advised: to ship regularly per barrel:beans, |200 per crate; celery*7&o "
the offering were light In,'ome cases they dozen plant |4 0 barrel- Peach
impression from thislirstbrie C visit ,while crop lasts per ; egg ; per, ,
There is fruit this also comprised odds and ends common, clir,$S 25 per keg; grape cider, $b 50 per keg-;
no mucu Urge,coarse season
that'the\Indian'.River region has a solid that heavy smooth fruit carefully large fruit with now and then a small lot ofgorid. California grape Juice, 17.00 per keg.,
Bales were at uneven So far
destiny and that these men graded and well racked is at a. premium. prices. as
are more : can be observed the market is ruling neady
are : that to' make
Shippers learning
money to firm for choice stock. The trade lea little HIDES SKINS
than! half :right: in the fabulous prices out of heir fruit it must reach market in at-' FURS, ALLIGATOR SKINS.
quiet, and th:s is attributable to colder Corrected by Fabel Bros.HIDESDry .

which they ask.for ,lemon,and, pineapple make tractive a repnt shape.tllon Painstaking for your fruit-put pays it Try up so to weather, having made it a little hazardous- to flint, 7o to 7e per pound; dry

lands. well you will not oe asbamPd to put your handle this frulr.. aalted,6c to 6c per pound:'xreen salted 8kc to33e
name on the boxes. Follow hone Market Florida, desirable sizes brlrhtand choice, per pound Deer skins-Dry flint,25e.to
The river's magic, name,will forever Instructions(furnished on application) to 11 ne 13 0)( 3.25 per boxFlorida ... per pound:dry salted 22o to24c per pound.
good. :sound, but large 12 5Q&2.7b. :) ,
Prices Fnr -Otter skins1 to S6 each; coon skins,
: the tourist and in- jeste day: h'ancy$225a27i; rights, '
draw J beyondthose, box. ,
In best counts,','11.7532 25; mixed sizes,|ltk: @2; 150 to Site each; fox skins,15cto40oeach;mink
sect-pestered ,but indisputablyhealthyshores big and ,ough fruit slow sale at purr prices; Florida large, rough;: common $>.@225. skin, ISo to 4'c each: cats, 16.' to 30o wch.
Florida unsound and frosted 2.C0.
@ Alligator skins, lOo to 90o each. Wool-Clear,
Russets brightNavels. SUOA2&() )
II" e as
we 'are convinced, there lie'yet Tangerines, St.40@4.70; l\landarina @2.50;; Florida Tangerines, cases 0(' ,two ,boxes 20c,to 22c per pound; burry 12c to 18o perpound.
quotable at$2.65l.OO for ,common to choice.
'Beeswax 22o to24c ponnd.
undreamed,of possibilities., We could grape fruit wr birrcl S .65. Regular boxes, |i50(14.00.( ;
culls and frosted fruit not
wish that the which Drops quoted. Florida grape fruit slow at $2.50@3.25, ,per
great the HomeM4rketthefruit
company Through reacbes strawberries
box, according to quality. The market continues tare of ,'
holds in its hand this diamond in :therough the.highest. market the country every timef In filling rders fine selected fruit sells for although we were receiving plentjrof: then. '
here Mil market" compete, and the fruit daily a from FI ,rlda. Early Southern -
better than above prices. year ago
would make haste to..give it pol- goes to the one that can pay, the most for It. Valencia cases are selling at $4.00@4.50, vegetables are also scarce showing that

ish and setting by building a railroad Messina I.boxes, choice desirable sizes, quoUabl more winter weather, has been prevailing
at |50@2.65. per box; less desirable stock South than formerly. Cabbage is coming'
dawn one sh.oie'or the other. J Much at 225235. from New Orleans and very fine for early receipts -

is that decision' for REPORT BY G. S. PALMER. PINEAPPLEs-Are slow and .quiet. Flori and the prices $2 60 to S8 for the beRt,
waiting on
money NEw YORK, Feb. 6, 189 .; das of good quality quotab'e at |2 5C@3 00 per are much higher than ruled a year ago. The

investment). But whatever may,befallwe Receipts of Florida vegetable1 continue dozen. Home offered are ,common, and. these only new tomatoes offered are the Bermuda'tack.
Cauliflower from
hope .and believe that the IndianRiver nominal arrival. c insisting of a few string ruled dull at SI 60@2.00 home-grower and the coming Southern Juet pow shippers

) beans, selling from fi I; per crate; beets 1 fl5 VEGETABLES. also and so Is lettuce.beets,celery, radishes,
steamer will be abolished.
never @175; eggplant from ,|5'49 per barrel; fancy carrots, parsnips,etc.- New Orleans is shipping
The positive, value,of that trip: (saying tomatoes in better demand, telling &50@360(> HTRINO B SAWS' '-A few bu.he'boxes'- of very some flue cucumbers, but they are accessible -
per crate, and choice gret-npeas, cucumt/ers, .
nice green beans received from Florida They only to men with f-t pocketbooks-
nothing of its poetry), even .With the etc., selling atextreme. prices.on arrival. were held at about $!.OI a box,. but no sales of f2JOto '2.75 per doz. Advices from ,many
hazard of thirteen hours on the oyster- Orange +n lighter supply selecteJ; the market 1'01esst.e consequence made. Southern points show that ,tne neW' potato"
and libel
dy, fancy fruit, selling
TOMATOESSome bu. boxes of Florida crop it quite large, and
beds hanging over the voyager's head; from $275@: ,' in )lines $2.109275' ;. brights, lu, received 1 and sold at Si x.00 a box., Quality good.were tention at the bands of growers.Loin

the }lazy }long-drawn slide 'down,this lines, 122X0.2(( 60; russet, ? @250. Shippers should be careful and pack Tomatoes Paai.Dispakh. F\b. Oth.
-- of even ripeness to insure getting best
tropic 'Lethe, lapping :the "SICK, Yankee .prices. -_ ''
after his "fitful fever" of bankor REPORT BY ,REDFIELD. & SON. California Tomatoes In crates of four boxesare ORANGES 'WILL NOT REPLACE APPLES.
moderate sale nice the,
reported being very ; The man who figured on scarcity of
mill, in its soothing and forgetting PniLADLPHlA, Feb. 5, 1891. they are quoted at |2. 03.00( for ,choice:: to apples and other fruits as a basis for much

Florida oranges are in lighter receipt, and fine. higher prices for oranges, must have learned
sleep, is something we can never: afford while quotations show no change, and trade BERMUDA POTATOES-Slow, and quotableat by this lime what a mistake that used.
to lose. continues dull on ordinury qualities, ye4 the S8.00 per brl.BERMUDA led to. The belief that oranges would be
st wk in store is gradually being cleaned up, Owiows Slow at fS 509135( per largely as a substitute for apples and thus, s&
There is only one Indian River; and the tone of the'market a shade firmer.on box according to quality. result, be higher than for ,years was wid this "river "' whose cho'ce' and fates fruit o desirable sizes CABBAGE-Rues about steady but'rather spread and was hared alike by the grower
unique waters are We qu->te to-day for shunt stock a< follows: qUlet.Home.grown quotable at $.0t'6.00 and specula, and there was no dissent or

salt;; which heads nowhere, runs nowhere Fancy lilt edge' Indl.n River, 176 to 2 0 $ .50(; per tOO for ch Jice U a shade Cabbage oe protect against this view of the outlook.
; 4; choice selected bright: 176 to 2&t)). I2.75C43; and at 112.00(314( 00 per ton. Some : Coupled with this general prevailing>a was'
and:empties without consulting choice MelecUd' bright, 146 to 150. $2..1275; market which la sra-11 and common;this dull the light Florida crop to brace up'buyers., A

geographical rules which stretchesits rholceelecieJ' bright, ij to 1 8. H.7532.25; at $2.001.00 per ICO,choice is fair sale. g.od: many.launched in heavily and a profit,
; choice selected bright, 96 to 112, $t.50(01( .60r By way of comparison we append the orange *: .ollowed on what: was marketed up-to CurlsK
picturesque and islanded reaches choice ieiect-d russets, 176 t J 200, si 602.75; quotations of the Chicago Produce Trade mat, but the quantity disposed of op to that..
choice selected ru+set., 146 to 150, IJ 25a 2 50; Reporter: time was so small that It arises aa a poor offset -
through Mosquito. Land itself, with- choice selected russets, 126: to l#. |l.752.00> ; ORANGES-Florida.brlghtchoice $&15c 3.25.; against the enormous louses clearly vilWe. ,

out'the/buzz of a wing to be heard on choice selected russets, 96 to 112, |1.' @1.50; Florida: good.I2.75@3.00; Florida, large, common from, the 1st January; up to date and the losing
choice to fancy Tangerines 60(36( ; choice to $100'4260; Florida, Tangerines. fair, season to early buyer is far from closed
the deck, and no touch of malaria to !. fancy Mandarins $2. 0$3; choice to, fancy $3.00Gt3 60: Florida, Tangerines, choice, $3.75(45.00Irlrlda. yet. It is now quite manifest to the moat indifferent
the who grape fruit, |&C42 7; Grape fruit, S3UX23S5< ; i lorlda, observer, that the sale'of oranges
unguarded passenger sleeps There. is considerable inquiry for string Navel,12.7508( 50; Valencla- good. H60 6.00; was not'benefited much, if any, by the sear-,

.,- on that ,deck through :the');night- beanripe tomatoes and egg plants, which Japanese! Mandarines, 11.00(1.50; Messina city of apples and other fruits. JV..review of
Insects clouds will not would, if here, command fancy prices if g.od, 275(13.01.( the ruling figure*Just year ago as compared
in preventour choice. with those of to day shows that pry are

sturdy',race'from', reducing,',to the now actually lower instead of higher.{ The
orange cannot be used in the family forth*'
great uses of civilization a' land which REPORT BY' P. M. KIELY: & CO. many purposes for which the apple .to available ,

: and 'fertile and thiS'is'boih- ORANGE AUCTIONS. ,. and when tbe; buyer want.apples the
healthy From the"Fruit Trade. Journal:" ST. Louis, Feb.' 9th. orange will nat be accepted a* a''eub, twt.e.,
Florida can show few healthier look. ,Oranges, are moving freely) bnt at prices The useaf the orange is confined to much
AT NEW YORK. that meet the views of buyers ,or con smaller limits and its consumption limited''
lag men,than those on Indian ,River. E. L. Goodsell Fold IhU week as follows: bard .,- |75J8( 00 box, extreme' regardless of tale scarcity of the apple, The[

fe" MoxDiY-Man iarins.hal box'es.si l 20',grapefruit range. inferior to choice. There are big offerings Ca.lforniaaswlil: also be compelled to meet a\\,

Markets for'Florida Produce. SU533.40; fancy Navels; $3.1/0/ ; Flor- of the Imported stock Valencia and dec.Ino, instead of what was anticipated
ida oranges, $I 55' :&89; golden ,ruse Messina ,As we predicted some time ago; or advancing market aDd notwitl..
sets, $I 79( 2.00; fancy brights, II.7,@3 AS russets there 'is no bops for better prices and no ia- standing a smaller Florida yield together:
'1.81142.Sr; Indian River f uit, bright*, ducementto ,hold la Florida .,r, elsewhere.: with the -soarclty of apples the priaeipal'
REPORT BY FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE. I2.15&255. Although the Californians are steadily.drop competing fruit. *ow selilog at more than,

JACKSONVILLE P'e>,.8.i1891.; 'WEDNESDAY -- f malc *J.t!)):grape fruit $1.8); Tankedue8halt boxes, the big crop IsTet touched or sent ,forward; favorable condition, the Golden ,Male mutt,
OaetaltoRS to-day report prices about as fl.Q)'c2.40. Mandarin half boxe ',80c; boxes, and holders and growers are slow to recognizethe accept smaller figures than they secured .last;
feltewt fancy, f2 002.06br1ghtp.; ..|l,4V3l:( ;Navelo*- situation and outlook. The"damage by year. The "'scarcity of other frails" MB'

Ttie r.I74,"?SI$8.768.75choicebrighti,176 angcs, $2-50; brights,'1120&UX): russets, 12.50 decay to the Florida offering and receipts is therefore fee regarded the ,future..'no'.af,
.. It....:eboleeruasets,176to280L2Y' 2.x5; Florida oranges brights. SI I62.9: beeomingquite an item or less to recelvers'uthe basis on wbick to advance the prier oa .r-
2 H t nl9 WI,114 to 202*<*r75; golden' ruS58'81$1.5Y$2.t; fncr brightsL5i season advances. No Tomatoes yet from anges. The grape growers In New Yom and
rght* otmnta 11.5032;: rnI eta,large &2 65; ChO.C8 bright. |l.tf5$2.lO; bright russets M'Inrida.bat the Bermuda stock Is selling at OMo were- led astray by the saa ida in the
=1.15.1 Tangerine*. $8$ ;; Maada- |l 1.lifJ@ r.75 < $LJ5 per box Strawberrirs-None here yet. fall yet they tailed Ito average the previous
; Navels, I831&; grape.fruit, "RIDAY.-Grape,f2.70Navel oranges, No green ntnff from Florida ,hero yet, although year's prices which were low, aad woeJd sot --'
$.::40; Florida orange, brights, 9 c@S2 M; New Orleans is I shipping considerable, think of selling when the sea ee opened at
demand for tie best grade and abies i; golden russets..II 102.65;extra brights,11.84; of it.' Cabbage; f2 6&L75 crate; Cucumbers,; such figuresv-JP. M, KIELT,(A 6f.:Loult PoVDitpatch.

increasing' rtssfllly, but the common ,grades r, ssetsl 4042.45; fancy,brights2.70, l2.COg2.7d dozen. -/ :'



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't I Some'Troublesome' Florida Weeds. undoubtedly the most hardy, as regards should become more popular, as one" -,

and Lawn.Mistletoe. ( No. 10. withstanding cold, of any of the can propagate them both from seed

.,-- edible citrus (oranges-Am.) Garden. and bulbs.
--0 ; www- [j. H. SIMPSON, MANATEE.]
. .. .
Datura Stramonium weed
1 Miter tamer and JTratt-Growcn (Jimsom Some Flowers for Florida. FOR NERVOUS HEADACHE

I'have seen in the last three,or,.Jour Jamestown weed, Thorn-Apple, Stra Use Hereford's Acid Phosphate.Dr. .
monium This is a stout plant, two BY M. P. ARNOLD.It .
t years/several articles- about this re F. A. ROBERTS Waterville ,
te feet high bearing thorny
cap fortune the
was my good past
markable growth and very naturally sules in the forks of the branches. The of Me., says : "I have found it of great
summer, to see a hedge superb
hare flattered. myself. !that, :,I.could. beat ,stems are smooth and green; the flow- Chinese Hibiscus. The hedge contained benefit in nervous headache, dyspepsiaand

tbem!: but have pot tried* it until now.' ers about three inches long and white; at least a dozen different varieties i -I neuralgia. I think it is giving great
the leaves are four to eight;Inches long I satisfaction where it is thoroughly tried.
IB thirty feet of my back door stands ; some double, some semidoubleand
and.alternate the plant has a disagreeable -
large black jack;.tree with bunches on ; some single. I never saw such a
smell but is medicinal. It seeds
bewildering sight in life. I don't
it. In forty"paces. of my:front door ,very abundantly and as it is an annual suppose there exists,my on earth, a more

three-fourths of the top of a' willow the great thing is to prevent its going' gorgeous and splendid sight than a BRONCHITIS

oak',about;fifteen.'feet"high, is,covered to seed This should be done by hoeing hedge of the finer varieties of Chinese

with: mistletoe.. ;But, 'little of: the top ,or by mowing the plants before Hibiscus. I cannot sufficiently impress Is an Inflammation of the bronchial tubes-
the air-passages leading Into the tangs.
shows mistletoe. At' distance they go to seed. upon the minds of the DISPATCH Few other complaints are prevalent,
except'the .a so or
Datura,:Tatula(Jimson weed). This readers the desirableness of these call for more prompt and energetic action. "
:.of zoo'yat d stands a persimmon, is'very'similar to the last, but,is read- semi-tropical plants. Unlike most As,neglect or delay may result seriously
bush with 'buhcrion i it and from it the effective remedies( should always be at
a ; ;125 yardsaaother ily distinguished by purple plants, they give blooms the year hand. Apply at once a mustard poultice!
,way small 1 scrub oak bush not stems and purplish flowers, and is a' around: ; from one month to another the upper part of the chest and for Internal "

over,two( high: ,has a"bunch OB i it; I, taller plant, growing from four to six they give forth a succession of splendid treatment, take frequent doses of
of- feet:high. It is a strong-scented annual flowers that simply compel admiration.It .
have talked transplanting it in
my Ayer's
and in the situations with
t grows same gives me great pleasure to say that
yard. Two'miles north of my place, a the last, and must be eradicated in the Mr. ,H. L. Wheatley, of Altamonte

scrub oak bush\six feet high, ha a mistletoe same way. Nursery, has the finest collection of ,Cherry PectoralC.

top entire-.no oak boughs? at.all.? Lippia lanceolata (Fog fruit). This Hibiscus to my knowledge, he classifying .Q. Lepper, Druggist Fort Wayne Ind., .
is found in low culti writes: "My little sister four of ,
sncalc hunt a creeping plant nineteen distinct kinds. It is a years age
I was' on a for deer ,this
: was so I 111.from bronchitis that we had almost .
more ng and, i in a rosemary scrub two vated or waste grounds, with opposite, mystery to me where he obtained sucha given up hope of her recovery. Our.family '
oblong or oblanceolate ,leaves, serrate l large and unique list of these lovely physician a skilful man and of large experience
miles away, Iran, up withawildplum< above. The flowers are in dense flowers, as few florists list more than, a .pronounced It useless to give her any

bush, .which 'had,a, nice"bunch on it heads, small, bluish-white, on long, dozen at most. I shall never wearyof possible more medicine to do, and saying we must be!had prepare done all for it was the

which the deer ,Had been budding:. slender, solitary peduncles which arise calling the attention of the readersof worst As a last resort, we determined to
/ from the axils of the leaves. It is 'a. the DISPATCH to these exquisitegems try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and I can truly
They are wonderfully fond of it and,
: ; say, most happy results. After takinga
and when established
perennial once of the floral kingdom. few doses she seemed to breathe easier
had pulled down.all, they could reach '
in'moist cultivated,land I should
say, Another flower that is not at all and,within a week was out of danger. We
of it' If I just' had caught them at,;it, from its appearance, would be difficultto continued giving the Pectoral until satisfied
well disseminated is the Oleander. I
she was entirely welL This Indisputable
--out alas! This in l'tbe sand hills eradicate. It is a good
was pasture am quite well aware that the common evidence of the great merit of Ayer's Cherry
where,I have no doubt I could collecta plant, though not so valuable as some. pink variety is common. in dooryards Pectoral has given me unbounded confidence "
others. 'In the preparation and I recommendIt
'ton:or',two of it from the black jacks as the cape jessamine. What I to my customers knowing it cannot dIsappoint -
tare"miie. wish to allude to are the French varieties them."
on one &q Satsuma and Otaheite. "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured me of a bad
: of the Oleander. These are
If a 'man wan'ted to go into! the cough and my partner bronchitis. I know ,,"
What is the difference between the really very distinct Crom'the common of numerous cases In which this preparation ."
mistletoe'trade, here is the place, for Satsuma and Otaheite oranges-En- pink and white variety. Some of has proved very beneficial families of

him, 'as if assumes. all l sizes and shapes,,' quirer. them have a double corolla and manya Young Children,

and' '' remains. and 'healthy the triple corolla, which of a necessity '
green [ANSWER BY E. N. REASONER.] so that the,medicine Is known among themas
quite changes whole of 'the consoler of the afflicted.*" Jaime
round 'frost tlje appearance -
year as no ever affects, it
; The dwarf stock, Otaheite, is probably ) the bloom. An avenue lined with Bufus VIdal San Crlstobel, San Doml go.
here. It also grows on the hickoryhere "A short time ago I was taken with a !
the Citrus,Aurantium Sinense pu-: these French Oleanders, is a' sightworth severe attack of bronchitis. The remedies
but I .never, saw a sprig on a, milumfructu dud of Gallesio. The going miles to see in the bloom- ordinarily used in such cases failed to give

ptaejtree anywhere. It grows on the leaves resemble the common lemon in ing season. The Hibiscus and the me relief. Almost In despair of ever finding
and black oaks in and also color of blooms varieties of the Oleander anything to cure me, I bought a botUe of
Spanish: ,_Mississippiand growth shape; newer are es- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and was helped ,'
Tennessee. Its ambitions and which are pinkish. The fruit is small, pecially valuable to the average Floridian from the first dose. I had not finished one

locations are all met if it can reach the slightly'flattened, rough, red in color, because they require so little bottle before the disease left me., and mT
throat sound
black j jack' oak and the willow oak." ,, and usually so sweet as to be nearly attention. Once planted out in rich Gee.B. Hunter lungs Altoona were as,Pa., eyer.-.

The plant is now just. beginning to tasteless; some trees, however, have ground the labor ceases for years!,

Uwi &o lShould. been noticed with sour fruit like the unless throwing a handful of fertilizer Pectoral
Ayers Cherry .
any inquire"about the lands lemon. The, ,tree ,scarcely attains a around the roots once a year. may be ,
here, if}they are "any good," I 'answer height of'five feet (and is really only a called labor. PUPA t1D IT

,;yes; pineapples' guavas,)lemons, shrub), but is bushy, and the irregular Roses will always be esteemed the DR. J. C. AVER & CO. Lml Mm.Bold : '
limes ,aod oraages will'grow, 01t, e loose branches extend out at right "Queen of Flowers," but few people, .
which found for four five feet each however bestow the nice and by all Droggktj. Price$1; six:bout.s,$d.
better:qualities ofit, ,are angles, or on care to

i interspersed :among it. But_ speculators side. This being,prolific! bearer of? discriminating! attention upon! them

own it, all,,and might sell ,at,.a handsome fruit is decided ornamentfor that they absolutely require in orderto The Best of all Cauliflowers!

reasonable" ',figure"if, you can: find,them;i' a shrubbery. The Satsuma orangeis do their best. The Marechal ,Nielis '

but they will never cultivate.' it ,I' a variety of the sweet "Mandarin" one of the best, provided it is bud. Tg the sort now neat out for tbe first time the
know a;Mr., Hiram'Shaw,,'ol Marietta, orange-Citrus Aurantium, Nobilis. ded on a strong growing stock. After Perfection. The Snowball, OUt-edge andExtra.eul
,Erf art are all excellent sorts,bat
Ohio; who: owns a large:quantity of Thisis; a dwarf nie having an' ultimate the first year it requires little or no attention an extensive market gardener who has

the mistletoe I.write about-,,who would 'growth of about ten feet in height as the roots will then be well raised within these three and years all other the most sorts, believe enterrrMng tnt:

sell: reasonably, ,I believe\ ; and: this with" a diameter of twelve or 'fourteen developed and deep enough in the market gardeners will have dropped these "
locality is .almost frost-proof. Mr. feet. :The leaves are dark green, and ground to always be close to damp cent and be; raising per ox.,Perfection.'". Seed. catalogue Trial park FREE**,to 26

Editor?{ .don't: J.let\somebody'persuadeyou noticeably ,ribbed. Stems are abso earth. The tea varieties are hardertb everyone.JAMES. J. H.GREGORY- A BONMarblehead

... ,, 'that I.want a free advertisement lily thorniest, while Otaheite has 'deal with and one must fertilize ,leas.
when:I whisper: ; your :readers that thorns equal to a lemon. The fruit is often and water whenever necessary

for a, devccur, I ''will\ show, .about:.all flattened, dark;orange in color, seed.less in order to obtain an abundance of THREE-FOOT HOLE

the'frost-proofspots- ; to'buyers through;' and each 'section parts readily blooms and, what is quite as essential, DUG IIC TWO MIKUTC

out my section,ofthe, country., from the rest of the fruit. The rind perfectly developed flowers. will The bore&no'ewberemo coming dl erU: ,

Well, the Belair Premium, lemon being 'so readily detached, like the My second year's experience with other anger will work

buds are now tender: (spring growth),, Mandarin or Tangerine, gives this the OaJ gracilis has only made me A It digger U th.that only will post empty hole

and growing like, butter weed,.on my; class the tide'.of "Kid Glove" orange. become more enamored with it. It is 1 b.dirt itself bier ;

hill l,''aad'I can show many:which will .The fruit ripens very early-during a lovely flower, and the, odd_ markings- AI fur| prtag.your:eousty Gtt write ;

do:the same. September and October here in Flor are a source of continual delight. qu'ok.CHAMIIO! Ad4rss. -
& > Co..
S. W. CARSON. ida-and is pleasantly sweet This is As they grow readily from seed they orsY. CL tI sseie, 0l&0.

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c ','With' only the J hope- of making'''' orange"* juice'squeezed i r*<7; *> T thuili: ,a"1little cups l flour- f flavoring, well beaten

Our I\uPal IomeThe :. r: money your work.will be worth little,, !thin-bag containing the! grated peel 01 f whites. jofr'eggsJ f : !,and stir in well. N

and certainly not be worthy of consideration a Mediterranean There isnot Lastly add, flour containing baking
-... ..... .............,. \
., by noble,minds or bathe! good ,enough! ,\coloring matter,.j in the, rjQwjdeiy: .and do' not stir much after
Saloon and the Negro: j God' who watches overyou.'d j-and Florida or Jamaica5 fruit a A littlepink adding'Iast Bake in tins or as loaf ccake.

ForOnr Bural.Bome:,, _"':'. :: nightYou girls ,hurt, :yourselves! ,. sugar added, to the..foundation: ---... -___.. _.,.'& ...... ....._"-"
I think the worst feature'of,our hurt your work, make it of.l. less l value before It is cooked will give a beautiful ICING.-To white of every egg, (two

Florida burial customs is the practice and yourselves less respected becauseyou pink, or a few drops of cochineal are sufficient) one, cup sugar; cook su-

making;the railroad right of way a, so entirely draw*,the line',at what coloring -which ,may ',be 'obtained .ol gar until "it hardens in water,-pour

negro bunal ground. Present indica.tionsare you will ,and what you will not dd. any dealer, ,in confectioner's 'supplies over eggs, beating.well all the ..while.M. .
that the''railroad' along Pern ': That which your hands find to do is will give the'- same result. Be careful 'I S.

berton and Oriole will soon be a vast the duty'before you, and 'the woman not to add any liquid in any appreciable Springfield,Ill. :

burial ground for the victims of our who, employed in a counting-house, quantity or it will become too thin

Pembertpn and Oriole drinking sa finds it but little trouble to keep herdesk for use. One of the nicest plain can-

loons. Sunday'has been a day of'riot in order and, when she has time, dies is made by adding chopped En. THESLORYOFMANSTRENGTH. !

and murder ever since this Hades to straighten up somebody else's who glish walnuts to ,the melted foundation'

opened, and on average two'victims hasn't the time, is the woman whose when it is cool enough to touch. Mix .VITA LIT r1

per week are being buried along the work is going to be noted And counted the walnuts through pink and through How Lost I How ffegtfncil
railroad. I think a 'rum shop solves as valuable. The 'woman who an- white foundation flavored with vanilla ,

'tha negro problem in the South,".for nouncing that she must get, work or and roll,out little candies of uniform bH 1iE

at the present rate of slaughter the race starve, and who yet is not willing to be size from both colors. These'bonbons

would soon become extinct. True, at her desk at eight o'clock in the look better made into exact little 1lfEKNY

the negro is' a degraded creature, but morning, deserves to starve.The cubes in a mould. We would like to 4

who sets him the exam pip? woman who knowing that for a cer. have this rule tried and a report''givenof

When railroad passes through a I tain number of hours she should in its success. The, art of sugar boil- THYiE[ .

person's land he has no idea'how' soona ; honor give her time to her employer, ing cannot be 'learned, it, should be_

murdered negro will be buried in is but a poor worker when ten min* remembered, in a day. If the .foundation A Scientific THE and SCIENCE Standard Popular: OP Medical LIFE Treatise

front ''of his ''house, perhaps over the utes, after the hour finds her arriving, has been boiled too l long it will on the Errors Of You ,Prem tareDttUn.,Nerron
stream of his well. I look upon thematter and five minutes before the hour to go be brittle; water must be added 'and and Physics Debility.Imparities of Ut Blood.IXHAUSTEDVlTAHU.

!in a sanitary. point of view. away sees her getting ,her cloak ready must be boiled up'again. A pinch of,
Miss B. and arranging for her out-door cos cream-tartar added to a pound of su-

Oriole, Hefnando Co..Fla. tume. The good workman doesn't drop gar tends to prevent the foundationfrom UMiUIDMlSERltbResnltinr

Our fair correspondent may be in the pen or the hammer at the stroke of becoming sugary or "graining:"

.error' as to the extent of the negro the hour ; he finishes first that whichhe When it is as it should be it as soft as : fromTolfy,VkiIcnoraaeeJtxcetses or
OTertaxation, Enerratinr and onflttinr the rictim
mortality off "the railroad line ;at her is doing, for his heart is in his work, cream almonds.N. Y.: Tribune.To for Work Basinets,the Married or Sous Relation.

place; but the evil she mentions is cer and that's the way it'must be with you work.Aroid It unskillful contains 800 pretenders.pares,royal Possess 8TO. this Beautiful peat

tainly a grievous one. The equatorial girls if you want to succeed and make Make Orange Marmalade. mail binding embossed,foil] gilt Price only $1.09 bj
postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Utastratire -
temperament'and constitution! cannot even "a little money. Prospectus Free,If yon now. The
withstand the nery'potations which the Choose the largest Florida oranges, distinguished,author,Wm. H. Parker, M. D., re-
and choose them with clear skins as cefredthe OLD AND JEWELUCD MEDAL
,stomach of Caucasian Candy Making. ,
strong the receives from the National Medical AsaeeUtlea for
the skins form the largest part of the tots PRIZE ESSAY OB NKRTOU and
with .InJacksonville
,comparative impunity. Unless a person i is willing to make PHYSICAL DEBILITirJ>r.Parkerandaeorps
and ther cities where candy by the best French methods it marmalade. Weigh the oranges and of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially
weigh also an equal quantity of loaf by mail or In person, at the office of
government is more or less rigid, there is not worth while ,to'attempt the'task. THE'PEABODT MEDICAL INSTN..4Balfneb8t.D.stenMaytowhom .
is less drunkenness among the negroes The candies made at home 'by sugar. Peel them dividing the peels all
up into and them into orders for books letters for *dTO s stiaigd ke
than may be seen in small villages or whipping confectioner's sugar into the quarters, put a pre. directed as above

unincorporated hamlets, ,where,the de white of an egg and adding ''walnuts serving pan, cover them well with

bauchery and pistoUfiring on Saturday or other nuts and fruit' are not water, and set them on the fire to boil; ELTV.&Gr.$

night are sometimes scandalous. Then worth making in any quantity, because in the meantime prepare your oranges; "
there is another Much of divide them into gores, ,then scrape
point: they are cloying in flavor like '
with a teaspoon all the pulp from the RAILWAY SYSTEM.
drunk the is vile
whisky by negroes so all 'compounds of uncooked sugar.
and cheap ,(being obtained at 25 centsa ,The only.delicious and proper methodof white skin; or instead of peeling the Two Fast Trains Every Day to the
hole] in
them and
pint): thit they are rendered crazy making candies is with foundationof oranges, cut a scoop
out,the pulp; removing carefully all North West and Eaat.
drunk by.: it, where the' same_ 'amount boiled syrup worked to a proper
of,the pure article, such as white men consistency with the hands. This is the pips. Have a large basin near
with cold water i in it to throw CORUCTED '1'0' Ohio Daylight
demand, would have little effect on made of one pound of granulatedsugar some November 1680 no t'TL SpeciaL EXpreu.LY .
them-ED. and : half pint of water cold the pips and peels into-a pint is sufficient Jacksonville 8.F A w R7 8'1iijj m' lOO a iiiLY
a or for dozen A Callahan 8,r A W 87 ,8 66 p 81 '1 a5 arm
a oranges. great LYW.-crou 8.F&WRl' 1140pm 15amLY.resup
!I hot. Put the and water in a
sugar V 120am 1010amAr
deal of matter adheres to gt AOR7
Hints for Money-Making Girls. marbleized saucepan and set it'' at the glutinous Macon, g'.I".V&OR7 6 47am 450pmLY
them which when strained througha Maeon ETVAORy Wam 11Upm
Hundreds of thousands of girls havea back of the stove. When it is meltedto Ar Atlanta E T.va 0 R7 10 85 a m 1010 p 81LY
sieve should be boiled with the Atlanta E T.V A OR7 11 OOam 11 00.81Ar
great'desire to make:a little money, a liquid bring it forward to the Rome ETVAOR7 &Opm roam
:other Wh'.n the'peels, have Chattanooga E T,V A ORT OOpm 618 a m
and I don't know whether,we call it a front, where it is not too hot, how I Chattanooga 8 O 8 00 p m p m 7 60 a mAr
boiled till they are sufficiently tender Burgin d 0320am I. 90 a m 100pm
laudable one or not. I am not a be- ever, and let the syrup boil rapidly Lexington d 0418am 30 a m 3 60 p mAr
admit of fork being stuck, easily '
a CinclnnaU &0 700am 4Oam '20pmLy
liever in girls going out into the worldto for ten minutes. Do not stir it or it
into them strain them clean ChattaDooIa Q A 0 Route 15 P 81 7 50 a mL'vBurgln
work unless it is absolutely neces will "grain." At the end of ten min ; scrape I l u.Sou.D1v. ''I 25! a m f.110pmAr
all-the pith, or inside, from them; lay LoubvUle Loa.SouDIY_ a m 113 p m'
But when it is I want them todo utes it dropping a drop into a
sary. try: by them in folds and cut them into thin, LTRome ET,V&U T 166pm 24UalDLy
Cleveland E T.V S 0 B7 4 06 pm I 10 a 81
;it in the right way; I want them to bowl of ice-water. As it falls to the slices of about an inch long. Clarify ArKnoXY1lle E T.VaORT .85 pm Slam!
, "''" think that particle of work they Bottom take it and roll it between' Ar Morristown ET,Va:0 RT 810 pm 9.80amAr
ts' every up then throw the peels and PaInt Rock E T,V&G RT 952pm 110QamLv
do is done not only for their own finger and thumb rapidly. It your sugar; Paint Rock R 3 D By 9 61 pm 1112 a mAr
pulp into it, stir it well and.let it boil HoC Sprtngs .R s D RT 1010 pm 11U: a mAt
sakes, not only for their employers should make a soft ball not at all A.Ihe'rille R a D R7 1138 P m 11 43 P m
for about half hour. Put in jars j '
If it does boil it an LY Chattanooga M a:C Diy. 8 W P m 710 a mAr
must be and honest in the sticky. not longer
right ,
and tie down with bladders Thisis Decatur'I ,H.t 0 Diy. I 1216 am D'DArHemph1s
sight of God. A very clever woman and try it again. If it is ready take MA C Dtv. 6 150 am .40pm
excellent English formula ,and
not v.ery long ago wrote an article the syrup up at once 'and set it in apan OHIO SPECIAL Is Sotzn TRAM and carries Pullman
of when
should be
about 'working ,women, and ,in it' she of ice-water to coo!. When it is become use and cheap.White oranges Sleepers or Mann Sleeper Chattanooga JacksonTille to Memphl to C1 dDnat Chattanooga!.Pullman to
work with the hand plentiful Louisville and Knoxville to AatieTllle. Connects at
used this 'beautiful quotation of Ras cool: enough to : Rome with Pullman Sleeper. arrtTiujr Phliad*ipMa
kin's; "Queens you always shouldbe. or bear'he finger, stir it with a spoon 'S.''a Sleeper 055 p mTla arriving Harrisburg Washington, and 230 at p.CMTeland m..via Lyneh.w-I-th

Queens to 'your lovers, to your It[ will soon be a white paste. Work Cake.: burg.

husbands, :to your sons; queens of a it now with the hand. When it is For our Rural Home Chattanooga DAYLIGHT,Chattanooga EXPRESS carries to M*Sleepers pfei.Cba Macon aslpoga to

higher;mystery,to the world beyond., well worked set it 'away if you ,are Three scant cups of sugar, three- to lot Cincinnati.Springs. Connects Atlanta w at Knon1han Knoxrllle with KnoxrflSa Pullman to
''make it fourth butter one full,cup'sweet' Sleepers&n1T1nC New York l:3: p.m.,T1a Hatriaherg:
But she did riot put the rest of the not ready to candy at once, as cup ,
TO THE EAST are as low as by any aH rail
quotation, and in that lies the'story'of will keep any length of time.: When milk, three or 3 U cups of flouras route BAT and the scenery: Is unexcelled. ,

the non-success_ of many girls. This you wish to make candies melt, some flour requires, one heading! teas- Apply COMPLETE to Ticket INFORMATION Agents_of connecting cBeerfaBy lines f,.or n4Aed to R

is'it: "But, alas I you are, too often of this foundation by' setting the bowl spoonful baking powder stirred well FRANC. JOLLY wiK ?' .
idle and careless queens, grasping at containing'it' in hot water. Flavor it in last half cup of flour, whites of, Dlst.WW Paw.Agent Jacbo TraT T1tIe.Pa.J'l&I.. A ju ,;

l majesty:in the least things, while,'you j with a few drops of vanilla. Color it seven eggs. Cream the butter and B.W.Den WRENN Pass and Tkt.A t'CHAS.K.KMWT.J'-. '....Jen.Pass.Aft-:*!
abdicate in the greatest" yellow by-adding half a teaspo nful of sugar, add milk, two and one-half gnoville.Teun. aerials,tees



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VOL. V. "Agriculture is, the Basis of Wealth." No. 7.

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TOM SAWYER, . Contributor. I such absurd impracticable resolutions -:, Ratification of the Constitution and i make known that which shall stand as

as the Treasury loaning By-Laws of the Farmers the guide of both the larger and the
Florida Alliance, Notes. I:schemes; men who will vigorously oppose Alliance of Florida. lesser number until such time as the

The Gem City Guards of Palatka the formation of a ,third, party Editor Alliance Department. voice of a larger-number may call, fora
are,drilling for.the,$Ioooprize, whichthe movement and who will not be carried Citrus County Alliance asks that change or amending. And this to

State ,Farmers Alliance will 'offerin away by the enthusiasm of a few men Alliance act the be done in such a manner as to con-
every county upon
Ocala, at their military drill next whose imagination has run away' with form to ,the primary idea that those
month the Palatka,Herald. matter of ratification or non ratificationof
so says !their judgment. governed shall determine just what
*. :* If every man who opposes the action the constitution promulgated at laws they will impose upon themselves.

The'directors:of the Exposition',will at Ocala should step out of the Monticcllo in October last. Now thisis Has this principle been carried out by

hereafter display their'official 1 honor ranks then the regulator of the machinery more like sound doctrine than any- our State Alliance? ,By no manner of

and authority by wearing beautiful would be gone and it would thing we have heard of late. It shows means. Has it been carried out by

cream colored badges, bearing the I fly to pieces, The Farmers Alliance just where'the rightful belongs.It the National Alliance? We answer it
names of their"respective districts. must not be abandoned because a few has not. Now we have ttftace the as-
:* )*, i scheming, visionary, selfimportantmen asserts the true principle of the or- sumption of our officials and inquireif
have pushed themselves to the der. Also the true principle of our they are not seeking to make us their
Mr.. F. F.>.Koonce, who has so,successfully =
front and seek control affairs. Men servants to make the bur
to government-that is, the consent of ; us carry
coriducted.the ;Alliance
like those in the Sarasota Alliance dens while they direct our movements.
those Do with this
House since its and made it governed. away
opening should remain in the order and relegate surely looks like it. The questionis
with the has idea and what is the endasure
so popular public, given atwoyeat'lease logical
to the rear such men as con shall we consent so to do or demandour
to Mrs. Wilder, who' trolled the Ocala convention. tyranny.It sovereign rights. For one, I am

first-class has made both money house.and, fame'as conductor.a i If you stay with us Florida will be in is simply a code of laws by the willing to call our officers to a halt!
The:leasing.by,the, eStin able'lady- of line next year.Milon Clarion. few for the many, or it is by the many Nor can this be called mutiny.A. .
If be for F.-BOYCE.
for themselves.
the Alliance House; will in no'!way affect i
her popular establishment on ,Ft. the greatest good to the largest number .
King' .: Wednesday evening, at a joint meet- how it can it be so well determinedas The Sub-Treasury Bill.
avenue. ing of>the Alliance Exposition and by the many deciding for the manyor Editor Alliance Department:
the SemiTropical: directors, it was majority what their wants
proper I have read with interest the con-
It is order for the Farmers Alliance
agreed to continue the Exposition are and then choosing officers as ,servants tributions in late numbers with
consider your
to ,the question of an forty',days.longer, under the auspicesof for the time being, to see those reference to the sub-treasury bill, but
Exposition:next 'year. The: directors the Alliance management, the SemiTropical wants are realized practically? For there is one point, and it seems to mea
have had the: subject under advisement -
directors agreeing to give instance, we want such an amount of very essential one, whichyour correspondents -
and have determined to hold one. them $1,000 in cash and the assistanceof tax for certain purposes we have determined don't to tackle-
The"'place which!!will .,be' honored by"its seem
Mr. Eichenlaub Now need the
as advertising'agent upon. we viz : Whence the money to be loanedis
presence will be decided by a com who will thoroughly bill the total amount levied, proportionately, doubt
from? No a -
to come general
mittee, consisting of.:Hon.. R.: F.:Rogers -
State and make arrangements! with the according to our convictions of justice, statement is made that "the gov-
of Suw nee..county; Mr. Stubbs, railroads to run'excursions on special and collected without favor or unnec- ernment" shall lend, and do this and
of Walton county; ,Mr. Rogers-
days. essary delay. We want peace and that, but what does this really mean?
Alachua county; Ben. Dowd, of Lakecounty To do all this ,successfully' for 'the good order preserved, and choose, The government is merely a body of

j,I. M. Auld of Orange county. money in sight and what 'they are our sheriffs and others for this purpose. delegates, and as such has no funds ex-

-Banner. :* likely to realize from visitors, retrenchment We want courts of adjudicature and cept what it receives as agent for or
*' was in order, and so Director judgment, and choose from among,our as representing the people. How can
An appeal was made to the county General H. W. Long tendered his resignation number men whom we consider com- an agent holding money for several

commissioners Monday by. the Alh. which was respectfully received petent to serve our wants in,this direc parties properly or honestly use such
ancemen of Marion county, for an ap and thanks tendered him for tion. In some countries the voice ofa money for the benefit of one of such
propriation of $300 to enable the I past services faithfully and devotedly few or of one man determines all parties to exclusion of others? I

horny handed sons,of the soil of this rendered the Exposition.Mr. this matter of the people's wants, or, believe it is stated that this has been

county to maintain a suitable county C. S. Young, of Citrus county, in other words, the good of the larg done already by the advances made to

exhibit at the State Alliance Exposi-- as chairman of the financial committee est number. If any Allianceman likes the banks. ,If so it seems to me thata

tion.The was made acting director general, this one man power better than the wrong has been committed, and
appeal was heeded and, $300, while Miss Thomas was reelected voice of the people, all we have to say common sense would suggest that such
tbe mount asked for, granted. secretary, the office of same to be located is he can readily avail himself of its wrong should be righted; not that
Itis i timely and deserving and we in the building after February1St. presumed advantages: by removing to another wrong should be committed-

are.confident not'a,tax payer of ,Ma- Russia or Turkey or China; but in this surely one wrong does not justify another

non county will think of whimpering. ,Hon. Jno. F. Dunn was elected country we trust the peoples voice nor can two wrongs make

at'_ the appropriation. treasuer.\ shall be held in the highest regard. one right. The farming community
Mr. L. L. Aikins, Heidtsville. The number of County Commis- As,this is not the case as fully as it are advised to use their own common .
whe, has\worked so faithfully and enthusiastically sioners was reduced from forty-five to should be, we now call attention of sense, to understand proposals and

\ and without compensa- twelve, who will see that all prod- the brotherhood and ask of them how then decide for themselves; and I, as

tiOB,- since last. November, to secure ucts sent in by ,the different counties far it may be wise, in their view, to one ot that community, am anxious to
for Marion county a creditable exhibit will be properly displayed and looked let the/officials we now have chosen to understand the true facts and positionso

at the exposition among her sister after.Miss serve us presume -to dictate as to our that I may be able to decide.
counties of the state, ,will.continueto Jessie Owens was made. lady wants,.and twice within twelve months Therefore I ask for information. If

have charge of the work ,and:'will commissioner look after the beautiful present new constitutions, and the I am correct, that the money in the
see the money is well expended.- things of the ladies' department. last one-formulated at Monticello hands of the government belongs to

Banner. _The commissioners are divided as ''ordered to take effect at a date one the whole people, how can it be rightor
follows month before the official declarationof
: just to discriminate and use such
.The Sarasota, Farmers Alliance, West Florida,,one; middle Florida, its real character and contents was funds for the benefit of the farmingclass

Manatee', county, has .dissolved. .because two.; east Florida, three; and stuth made to us; requiring of us largely increased to the exclusion of others ? Un-
it could Rot indorse the. actionof Florida,six. assessment; instituting a num- less indeed such advances are treatedas

,the Ocala convention. All regret Mr. Long's absence, who, ber of other changes and self-demand- a kind of set-oft or quid pro quo for
-' That,is,sot the'Ray, brethren. *,Re. by,his gentlemanly, urbane and kindly ing obedience thereto. A constitu- the benefits given to the mercantileand
raaia in theranks and next year send greeting and manly *treatment of all tion, properly speaking a compact manufacturing class under the

raea to the NatiOMl Alliasee"who will.:has,made fast friends with every one by which those governed agree to cer-I McKinley' tariff billINQUIRER..

tend,::"denounce; .:and .vote::,against ,:hemet. ,_. :' tain conditions of government and Orlando;Fl*. ?

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,' )Hard Money ands oft Money. dollar), to pay him for his labor in 'of most excellent and-aimiable character Until he confessed, however, many
".The,finance question, as', presentedby making the transaction. ,and'always prominent;and liberal old friends in North Carolina stuck to
the National Farmers Alliance,and Thus we see money is (or shouldbe in all movements of a .public character. him and'declared him innocent. But
Industrial Union. at St. Louis, Decem ) an agent of commerce. This .theory Of course other men' fill, his President Polk dispensed with his ser
ber 3,' 1880, is embodied in the.first, being accepted-and. it is incon place, yet his loss will long' be felt instate' vices promptly, and, appointed a most
third and sixth planks, as.follows : trovertible-money is simply medium, and,.National! Alliance.circles., excellent and well qualified young
I. That we demand the abolition of of exchange,' a token. of value; and i iis it -The Alliance seems to have.taken man, a Raleigh, N. C., editor, to succeed
national banks and the substitution of immaterial of what form, ,providedit ppssession California, ,and that far Rittenhouse.! It is hardly possible -
l legal tender treasury notes issued i insufficient is convenient' handle- and to,trans ,off State, swarms with organizers readyto that any further trouble will be experienced
volume to'do the business of fer from place to place., It would increase the, number of :Sub-Alli-- in guarding the secrets of
the country' on a cash?system; regulating seem, also the cheaper the materialof ances indefinitely The Pacific Ru- the order.
) the amount needed on a per which money was made ,the,greater ral Press, of San Francisco, which -Georgia appears to be wide awake,
capita basis as the business .interests would be the saving to.the. people who had long conducted ,an attractive and not only will she organize District
of the country expand, and that all used it.-National Reformer. Grange Department: ;, promptly addedan Alliances in ,her ten Congressional districts -

t money issued by the 'government The latter theory of money is doubtless ,excellent .Alliance,department, and ', but two,good Alliancemen have
s shall be legal tender in payments of the, correct one, but, we' should every week, it presents evidence to been.:assigned to. duty as District Lec-
all debts, both public and private. show, ,that; the, organizers are rapidly turers, ,to, 5e, instructed by State Lec-
never cease to require that our
: II. That we'demand the free and paper' covering every county in the State. turer, W. S. Copeland and governedby
unlimited coinage of'silver money should be convertible into,gold The Rural Press is an able and widely the Executive Committee. Presi

*VL and silver. Hard_money the.amount circulated, weekly, and is, a valuable dent L. ,F. Livingston and Chairman
That issue"a sufficient
amount of fractional of which is limited by nature,' is the helper to the :Alliance cause. Martin V. Calvin, of the Judiciary
! paper currency Committee are to assist as occasion
faciliate ruinous 'infla- There is nothing startling in the ,
exchange through the medium only safeguard against offers. These lecturers will
' of the United States mail. tion. It is not safe for ;any government proposition of',Gen. John B. Gordon begin their labors this week. probably and it is

For want of room, and in order to on earth-they are all composedof Georgia, to join: the Farmers Alli expected_ that they will do much to
ance. He not 'only has a beautiful
follow out the policy of the paper, our politicians in the last.analysis-to suburban:farm' at Kirkwood At- revive and strengthen weak Alliances,
articles in the discussion of these demands well
as as create new ones. The Executive -
have absolute'control of the volume of lanta but'for few
: some years past he
will necessarily be brief.! Committee by resolution thus
very ,
has been
stock farm in
a big
nation. There is noth
The l money any
principal points in the discussionof outlines the work of 'these new ]lecturers -
the financial problem are:... ing to hinder congresses or parliaments, Taylor H. county. He 'and Senator A. : "The duties of the State and Assistant
Colquitt were members the'Kirk.
i. Money. madness from State shall be confinedto
in some temporary wood Lecturers
Grange while it was: alive 'and '
2. ,Its uses. ; the necessities for and of
, : Its making currency as plenty as newspa he now proposes'to join ,the Kirkwood object
;3. abuses. is Alliance.A our order, exemplification of the.secret
pers-and as cheap. Paper'money
4. Its importance as a factor in restoring work'the, explanation the. Ocala and
prosperity and freeing a peo the ship's sail, but we must! have gold District Alliance 'has' been State. Alliance platforms and policies; 1 ,
pIe from the present condition of industrial and silver for ballast, or the first great formed in the First Congressional'Dis including the insurance feature lately

slavery. wind of popular delusion will tip the trict'of Alabama, and"itr recently met promulgated \by this Alliance." This
Political economists do not agree in ship over.-ED. in Mobile' and. indorsed the :platformand insurance, feature is something new
their definition of Some work of the National Alliance and will careful
; money; regard require, explanationand
it as a standard of value and insist convention held at Ocala It also good management to interest Al'
that it be such. This class of political General Alliance News: favored the election' -the State Commissioner liancemen generally in its; provisions.The .
would make -Although the Alabama Legislature !of Agriculture by the peo'
economists gold, or -: Progressivefarmer of Raleigh -
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gold;and silver, the only material of is largely composed 'of Alliance- ple.- N. .C.,owned, by President L. L.
which money could be made, and men, 'the committee'on railroads has/ -The telegraphic announcement of Polk of the National Alliance, and the
recommend that the commercial and after long and careful investigation, the deposing' of President S. B. official .qrgan. of the North Carolina:

legal l value be maintained as.. nearly. reported against giving mandatory Erwin, from the Kentucky State Alli-- State Alliance, is opposed.to drawing
! equal as possible. powers td the State Railroad Commis ance, and the appointment of E._ T.. party: :.l lines;in the Alliance work, and
! But there is another class who maintain sion. i Gardner: to that high ppsition, is the expresses itself on this subject
that money is not a standard or -By invitation i of Secretary' :.W-: ; natural result ,of his persistent opposition without fear or favor. Therewas

measure of value, and this seems to be Cory, pf the Indiana Alliance executive to the Alliance Tobacco Growers .it says, an Alliance caucusto
the growing theory. For our part we committee, an important meeting organization. To protect, themselves be held upon the eve of the sitting
cannot see why a bushel of wheat for consultation about the'business interests from injustice on th ,part of tobacco of the present General Assembly, from
should not measure the value of a certain of the Farmers Alliance was buyers_:jahd warehouse men they had which the Republican members of the
t quantity of gold or- silver as wellas held in Indianapolis on, Tuesday last, organized and established. a warehouse.For Alliance were excluded.! This action,
that these metals should composed of delegates from.the executive President Erwin
t measure some reason in,.PJ! judgment, was wrong. We
the value:of the wheat. committees of fifteen ,or' twenty failed 'to indorse the, movement and take the broad ground that every Al-

The more widely accepted theory States. ,threw his i influence, officially, editorially lianceman, no matter' what: political
F is that money,is a medium of exchange, -The. North Carolina State Alli and personally against: ,It. Of party he belongs to, is entitled to be
the sole use of which is to faciliate ance has a special committee in ,attendance .. course' this finally led to his being de present at, and ,take part )n',: any consultation
and render more convenient commerce -upon the Legislature of that posed as: Pesident'and, also editor of of Alliancemen':..upon any
1 or barter- ,between individuals. State at Raleigh, composed of J. J. the State Alliance( organ. T question ,of public policy. We are

As a simple illustration, a man Young, R. J. Powell, H. A. Forneyand -The,National} Farmers Alliance, glad,t|.believe that the .Republicans}
.; works for another one for a dollar. N. C. English, to look after and a,Western organization; distinct from who are members ofthe: :Alliance in
He receives his dollar in whatever favor all legislation in behalf of the the Southern Alliance,has just closed North: Carolina are just as true ;men.
form it may be-gold, silver or paper agricultural interests and oppose and, its annual session in Omaha, Neb., I and just as much entitled to the,confidence -
--but; he does not receive value for his defeat ;all measures detrimental to the and will.meet, next, year at Chicago of their brethren, as any other
day's labor. He can neither eat,drink farmers.Ex. An effort to enlarge the membershipby class whatsoever., ; '

i nor wear,it. It is his day's laborcr stal. National Lecturer: Ben Ter- admitting :working men was voted During the past month the Pennsylvania .
ized into a token or representative. It rell, .of Texas, has appointments out down,;andonlyJarmers can join. The State Farmers'Alliance met at
is. ar' receipt of deposit of one day's la for the whole month .of February in World's,Fair was endorsed and much Erie, and affirmed its unity and harmony -
hot: in,the great warehouse the peo North Carolina. The Alliancemen of other business was transacted. JohnH. 'with the National Farmers Alli-
ple., -He must part with his dollar that State are just now' endeavoring to Powers, of Nebraska,-is President, ance of Northwest. so called, and
before he has received value for his get through the Legislature a dog law and George Lawrence, of Ohio is pledged its upport'to' ,the principlesand
day's' labor It represents an order .tax of one dollar on each worthlesscur National Lecturer. New York and platform of that order, which last
signed by,,all the people-for something: and also to reduce the rate of le- Pennsylvania, each, have"avice-president met In Omaha, Neb.. The "demands"of
I of:real:value Hence: if a man's'wife gal interest from eight to six.'per cent. Thos. Finks,and Chas. 'blar n. the Pennsylvania Alliance are nine
and ,children are hungry he cannot The dog law prospect is poor but the The,secretary is Chas. Post, of,.,Iowa. in number; and the last one &,'a blow
feed them upon the dollar, .but goes to interest Jaw may be secured by united .-As soon as the 'National' Alliance aimed at cottonseed oilV e demand,
the grocer and there obtains food for action. and Industrial Union adjourned, at it says, of the United States Senate the
which he exchanges his:dollar. The Mississippi has suffered great'loss Ocala, ,,the President, Col. L. L. Polk, speedy passage of the !Conger Lard
grocer, in his turn, uses the money in in the death,of Hon. R. C. Patty, of proceeded to bounce ,his unfaithful bill now pending in the Senate to pre-
the same way. Each one, however, Noxubee. county, the ,able Presidentof private secretary, and now Ritten- vent the'traffic in adulterated'lard, as
i reserves (or tries to reserve) a certain her State Alliance as well aschair- house comesorward'and boldly con- pure lard/by'placing lard::compounds
w share of the commodities I for which man of the Judiciary Committee: of fesses.that he was guilty of even worse under ,the operation of the internal

the dollar is exchanged (not part of the the National Alliance. He was.man: things'than were charged against him. revenue laws. > .*. **.



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The 81lver Bl1L formerly did. We cannot expect the son's brook, go on forever. While He soon comes to take his landlord's'
The silver bill which recently passed present condition of peace to last for- most of the farmers are'utterly dependent measure better than that individual
)e'Senate permits the,free coinage for ever. Sooner or later-his country on ,credit, or at least think and could do it himself. And even while
le benefit of the owner of all proper will be involved in foreign,war, when act as if they >were, it is only a very the law would punish him for removing
aver bullion that may be presented:, its finances based on silver will be short and a still dearer credit they get. the smallest fraction,of the crop
For some years gold has been coined vastly better than ''if based on credit: For an advancement,of supplies dur from the premises, it cannot hurt him
ee, but silver has been subject, to ,a: As to the gold we,have there will be ing,the cropping season, due November for eating the last mouthful on the
:aarge to cover the expense of the no more necessity to send abroad the first, secured by lien on his place. .
ork.' By free: coinage the govern- than before the silver bill existed, crop and stock of all kinds, he pays Then the exodus, which carried off
tent makes'gross profit of ,16 per' should it become a law.-Picayune. about fifty per cent. over cash prices. forty thousand negroes; wholly from
::nt. When gold bullion i is carried to ;;. Fertilizers are bought much on the the agricultural.,.sections of the State
ie mint, it is'assayed and its ,,weight The Bight Man in the Right Place. same plan, 'and at rates nearly as dear. in many instances deprived whole
pure gold ascertained 'by. assays.,; Major Sidney Herbert, of ''the Atlanta As it is called, they are "run by the neighborhoods of laborers. In some
The number of ounces and fractions Ga., Journal, who is spendingthe time men." Nor is this phrase with. instances the same farms were three
r an ounce of pure gold being thus ',winter in Jacksonville, sends this out its grain of grim humor, for by no times in as many months entirely deserted -
flown, the mint authorities. will ream :- complimentary paragraph to his "ag- pace short: of a dead run could one by their negro population. All
to depositor, of:the-bullion an I ricultural department" of that paper:' hope to keep abreast of such interest. of these had made contracts for the
qual weight of 'gold. coin. 'Practi-; ; Hon. 'L. B. Wombwell, the efficient : But even this apparently extortionate year, and many had had supplies ad.
ally, the'depositor gets his money's Commissioner of Agriculture for Flor- rate must be lower than the risk vanced to them by the landlords. In
orth, but really:he gets:cbin which is ida, is'determined no seeker after demands, for a larger proportion of two or three places the action of the
Hoyed Jo the extent of to per ,cent information about''that State shall remain "time men" than other merchants emigration agents led to disorder, and ,
T an equal'weight of pure gold whichas I in ignorance he is appealed to have failed. The lack of discrimination they were driven off. The negroes in
no alloy. Since, however, pure in the matter.. We,recently sent him, combined with habitual Southern retaliation fired the town where this
.>old is practically unknown ?and tinned at Tallahassee, a, postalcard'requcst leniency-for;: even the "time men" opposition was strongest.
in the ordinary business :of life; for his publications, and-he 'not only have souls, or at any rate hearts, Still it would be an error to associate .
he,depositor of the bullion does not sent us the Monthly.Bulletin, an eight down here-have brought most of want or absolute poverty with
Discover that he ,has..lost anything page paper issued iy his department, them to grief. The humorous search our agricultural classes generally.
,ilver, on the other hand, has always but a.dozen or more elegant descriptive for any one so poor or dishonest that Many luxuries and some comforts
jen burdened with extra ,charges for pamphlets of various:counties, a he could not get "run" by somebody have had to go. Of self denial and
coinage. The law'says.these'charges lot of newspapers from various sections has, I believe, always ended in failure. the closest economy there ,has been
:hall only be sufficient to cover the .f the State and some fine trade issuesof Under these circumstances it is no no lack. But they have long since
:ost of the work of converting into the JackSonville,Tjm r-Union, being wonder! that little is left for the laborer learned[ to cut their garment accordingto
:oin, but it is, heavy enough to,make. a a most valuable guide to the ,agricultural and still less for the planter. As a their cloth ; to adjust their wants to
considerable tax upon r silver and putt manufacturing and, mercantile. rule, men hired only while the cropsare their circumstances. They live andlaugh
to an additional disadvantage with interests of the State. And it is this being cultivated receive $10 a : pretty much as do the most of
gold.The ever alert watchfulness that has brought month, or 50 cents' a day, and the us. At last the unprecedently good
unlimited coinage of silver mak-: thousands of settlers and'milliois women 25 cents, both with board. crops of this year will go far toward
ng it a legal tender for all purposes as dollars to Florida. Every local l ,pamphlet By the year, men are paid from $75to restoring their fortunes.
provided for in' the silver'bill,. will operate and newspaper mailed to ,an inquirer $100, with board. If married Is it a wonder that a class with
largely to increase the amount of by Commissioner,Wombwell, is the year hand is furnished stamina enough to stand up and push
money'available circulation, as the not,in the interest of that particular :with house, garden and firewood.A sturdily, doggedly forward under all
domestic production of silver is'' quite county or newspaper, but for the ,woman doing the cooking, washingand these disadvantages, should prove a I
$60,000,000 annually. This silver benefit of the whole State. Here is a milking for a family is usually reservoir from which all other classes
nay not ever be corned, but :it 'may good example for Georgia's commis paid $3 a month. In some remote must draw energy and staying,power
be deposited in,'the mist and have legal sioner. districts wages of all kinds are still or perish ?-DAVID DODGE in Country
tender certificates issued for it, so .i lower. The rations that are issued Gentleman.
that it will be in a form adapted to all Agriculture in North Carolina. cost less than! $1.50 a month,_ thoughnow .- I-
the needs of business.As Agriculture in this State is sufferingnot most of the laborers are fed from Taxation of Land.
to the objection;that: our silver only from the:depression commonto the table at a much greater cost. It The Florida Press Association requested -
coin will notbe a legal tender in foreign = the, whole country! if not the world, is found that they are more contented CoL D. H Elliott to prepare '
countries, that'need not be considered but of, late has had, 'its, ,own, peculiar? and do better work when regularly a paper on this subject, in. order to -
for neither is our gold coin, drawbacks. A series.e.of; extremelypoor supplied with nourishing well cooked secure a full discussion of it before the
nor are our treasury'notes legal tender, crops was capped last year: by Food than :when its preparation is left meeting of the Legislature in the hope
outside,the country. Our gold coins the most utter failure since 1826,when. to their wives, even when their larders that that body may be induced to make
ire taken abroad only at their actual fears of famine drove'man'/ emigrants are full. some greatly needed reforms. We
;old, value, not at their stamped denomination to Tennessee. The tobacco crop, al- Even at this low rate, the farmers I present herewith the essential part oft
and they'all go into for- ,most alone, escaped complefe) ( ruin. declare that they cannot cultivate their :
ign mints to'be recoined. The silver Of'cotton, on which the eastern counties and. with hired labor, except at a loss. Under the present methods the
as' a real intrinsic value in every depend, there was,::next to none. Nearly all the farms are cultivated by county assessors and their assistants
Duntry and whether in coin or in41'S Flood and frost, combined! 10to cry negro tenants who pay one-fourth of required annually to fix the valuation -
,the case is the same. It is not havoc. One planter; who might rea- the crop made, receiving house rent of lands for taxation at their act
ike a treasury note-a mere promise! to sonably have expected to gather two to and firewood free. A State law makes ual cash values, and they are in- .
ay out of taxes which are."subsequently three hundred barrels of corn, actuallysold it a misdemeanor to remove ever so structed to value them at a price for
,\ to be collected. Even if the.ilver the whole crop while under water small a.portion of the crop till the which they could be sold for cash, and
bill shall make'no change in the' for one dime. This, of course, was rent is discharged in full. Advances the assessors to make returns of such
,tuation afar foreign trade is con. i an extreme case, but there were many' made by the landlord also take precedence valuations to the county commission---.,
erned, it will make money easier at nearly as bad. of any other claim on the ers. So far so good. But at the next
ome. There is no, likelihood that Then, for the past twenty years, crop, even if it be a lien of prior date. step injustice and idjury are likely to
ur' supply of silver will fall off for agriculture with.us has been conducted On the other hand, the laborer's happen.
ears to come. It is a'home'' product on principles that no other,businesson claim for wages takes precedence of Under the law the county commissioners -
oftseseiag an 'intrinsic value in all earth could have survived. It is a all others after rent is paid. are constituted a board of equalizartion
1 ountries. It, is eatircly;:proper that case of eating one's loaf before it is But, even with these statues at his before,which any party aggrievedmay
'should be used for money., In case baked--or for that matter, before it is back, let it not be believed that the appear and contest the valuationof
f war,with some,foreign: country sil- made. The credit system is, even the lines of the landlord fall in smooth the assessor. It requires no argue
er while treasury ;notes and all paper war. And then a man's indebtedness'rarcly' would be too few to keep the run of a .. board of equalization resident and,influential -
-aoaey would ,rabidly depreciate. 'gave him much trouble. Disagreeable number of petty tenants who, driven owners are able to obtain an .
As to the national bank,currency, things like that he left to his by dire necessity which is the out advantage of non-resident and non-im-
has lost.much ,of.its profitable qual. administrator.. But creditors no more growth partly of their own improvi-- luential holders. If any valuation is
:y. In flush\''times':soon after the war I!hold patience to be the Virtue,that they dence and partly of causes over which changed by reduction, the deficit
ie national banks 'were :well able to.ay once did. There is 'rid longer the they have no control, have long ago thereby created must be made up from
,the taxes imposed '.n' them. but surplus, wealth in the State to'make learned precisely what strain the law, contiguous lands. The ,result i is in--. .
tow: they, fiad the burdens unduly this condition f ithings possible. The or,rather the landlord's patience, will equality-and inequality is Inj ticei:,*: ,'
..vy. We,doubt if the banks care majority of accounts being'secured by bear. Long immunity has renderedthe Another defect of our present sys=l''"'
*o much for that currency, 'as they mortgage, can no moire,like Tenny, tenant act to him a very bete noir. tem may be made apparent by fllwtnU?

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O m: Suppose the valuation in this to make reports to the State comptroller vember, 1890, and as he had 'been an 1 I Look Here,_Friend, Are You Sick?

GOHBty amounts to an' even ',$100,000 all to be bonded in some reliable active member of Blanch Farmers Alliance I! Do you suffer from Dyspepsia' Indigestion
and> the requirements of the revenue surety company :in'su table amounts, ; No. 383, we feel it to be our ness Sour,Lost Stomach Appetite,' Liver,Bllllonsness Complaint., Exhaustion Nervou-
for state purposes amount ''to $500. and the collector to be compensatedby duty to pay this tribute of respect to orTired Feeling. Pains in Che_tor Lungs.Dry
Cough,Nightsweats form of Consumr
This would require a tax of five mills. a commission upon the amount collected his memory; therefore, be it Lion If BO,send to Pref. Hart,88 Warrex
Suppose the county requirement o( thus preventing political favoritism Resolved, first, That in the death of mall street,,a New bottle'York of Floraplexion.who will mend,which yoa is free a mar,b:
revenue to 'be the same in amount, and securing efficiency.And Brother Saunders, the Farmers Alliance cure. Bend today.IoU's.
making a total tax of ten mills and a here I wish 'to suggest that the 'has lost an'' honorable member

"total ,revenue of,$1,000. Now, sup office of tax collector, as at present and strong advocate of its aims and
pose for special purposes .the county administered!! is a fruitful source of; purposes.' '

desires to raise an' additional $500. annoyance and expense to property Resolved second, That we mourn Pills

Under our present system of adjustable -, owners. It is not enough that you pay his loss, r5cJf Shly as an Alliance man,
t valuation and inflexible millage the I your taxes to ,the duly appointed agentof but as a Christian and social com
county must. double her valuation to the State and obtain his receipt panion. ned7llpeptle.tk e d eb iII taUd;wk e$.
$200,000, with the result of doubling therefor, for your title depends not .r from ,.*e.M of work of.ml** .*
the State proportion, which is not upon what.is done, but upon the collector's Resolved, third, That we tender our I body' .drimlt or exposure isXaArial

demanded, in i order to obtain the report of the transaction; and hearty sympathy and condolence to Regions,
I $500 she eeds_ for her own uses., if, through accident, inattention or ignorance the bereft members of his family, who will find THtra Pills the moat .... .aI
death ...
were far from the scene of his .r.UT.ever offered eke auffsrtaMraid. .
That is to say, the property owners the collector's report makes .
must pay .$1,000 in order to enable omission of your payment, you are (in the State of Virginia). Try The.Fair17.
-- the county to receive$500. And this treated as a delinquent and suffer ac Resolved, further, That a copy of .
t is not the fault of the State, for she cordingly. Under_ such a regime, who this preamble and these resolutions be ..* YlroroH*..c.ch body..rfal,pur mind*blood will, roaalfc.troafwo >
t makes no demand, but, of the law can know the real owner of the land sent the Alliance! Department) of the SOLD :lVD WH ItE.
1 which requires a certain per cent. uponan that one supposes he owns? Vigilancein FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER for pub.
increased valuation instead of an such a case is futile, and the prompt lication, and that the Alliance State

s increased per cent. upon fixed valu fulfillment of his every duty is no guar organ of Virginia be requested to WANTED
; ation. antee that the citizen shall not be madean copy. R. P. OWEN, SALESMEN .
An easy remedy for these evils may, alien by the next tax sale. Jas. E. REEVES, ,.. OaHU.>VAmnB... ix.*/

in my judgment, be found in a fixed I The collection of the State and Committee. msn.Others peed territory not answtr.W and big wget mannf to responsible ctur the
valuation and an adjustable' percent county taxes by the comptroller of the Raymond, Fla.,Feb. 41881. PerlieU.nthatstirs new Tfii p.aeic"rater the for vineyards and the

t tage. The value of realty does not State would insure a competent dis 1a. ...!.",..FDLD trees per roaci b.tr.rVllr lfqnldantometicallyaadwWpray Write OO.100OUOI1'.Y for t,rat *%'.mc.,.
''i change materially with the ,changing charge of the difficult services, and The New Constitution Rejeoted
I1 years. It does not fluctuate with the the county levy would be turned over Editor Alliance Department:
seasons, like its products. It does not by him to each county treasurer. AndI Please publish in the Alliance Department SORGHUMA

yield to straitened financial market, would allow the owners the privilegeof thcj/blllowing:
like stocks. It is subject to no 'puts," paying their taxes direct to the At the regular meeting of the Waldo is the Lima MSorghum book that Hand erery Book"farmer which ought may to bare bo
"calls" or "corners," like grain, pro- comptroller of the State, to enable themto Farmers Alliance No. 255, held at had free by addressing The Blymjer Iron Works
Co.,of 0. is a rain
. visions and all articles of active com escape the errors of inattention and their hall February 7, 1891, motionwas able crop Cincinnati forlJlU -mat1nr Sorghum,feed and fodder very and
merce. It is unaffected by the\ blast incompetency to which I have already made and seconded that the new this pamphlet gird full information about this
different species, best modes oi cultivation,eta
t and is indifferent to the'stupor of McKinley referred. constitution be rejected. It was carried Send and get it and read it.
bills and every species of poltical DELINQUENTS.Lists and the constitution duly re
l sectarianism. It stands boldly of the delinquent lands for jected. T. D. WILLIAMS. CONSUMPTION.

and immovably upon its own capacityto eaeh county should be held by the Secretary. ,
produce the necessaries of life, the comptroller, and the l lands subject' to 111M........t+iae +t..e.hen dbseisl bfl"

value of which is determined by the redemption by the owners,. under' efficient EVAPORATOR: Iw.....taoeseb.........f..suss wse.tf. ImlI*a.e w n Brtre*kind. sad tonsyf of ioag'<t'
unrepealable law of supply and demand penalty provisions.The FRUIT .tie....,taM Iwfflss"o>OTnJMFi .*ttL
TRE.2iMMKLBAN TAIOAKJI TMATHle tails dhiiMU say adowMdl.
If there be an argument or tax .year ought to commence s..4 M.ta.BXS MS sad P.O.addiMs.m. .
.. reason for the annual ascertainment of January[ i. If the taxes for the pending ilfEm 15OXWO $ A. ...., c., isi Pearl .... v Y.

the values of our reat'eState, I have year remain unpaid, .to the first of
not been able to discover it. I would the; May following, the lands ought to
abolish,the practice and; the expenseof be! advertised for sale by four consec-
the practice. ,I.would suggest that utive weekly insertions in a newspaper PARE .S (cenuxprIOXO' TSM JJULV)

the commissioners of each county 'divide published at the county' "town; and if
ibcriainly cared by only tine $b13j iia sly: Paoir.'TmnHf f7eatdlsoor,
their,respective counties into con no paper be published there, then in a can
venient districts and.appoint assessors newspaper be selected by the" countY' !:
to fix the value of the lands in each commissioners. If delinquent taxes PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND.

district at their full cash value, not oftener with the cost of advertisement be not
avid From t ib Intan AsYlum. J***&:-! tui it my duty to W1.oa
than in three that paid before the first of the
once years; .July'lollowing what Patael Celery Compound did for rb& I cant praae it enough. Abut a year age my
the county commissioners to whom they ought to be certified to head troubled me S3 that it seemed though Itheuld' bt cruy. It was caused by OTtrstady. -
the assessors shall report, shall compileand the State comptroller, together with I asked the adYlot of two doctors,who fare me medicine to no efffcct,and I did not
know whit would do. I did not want W use anyone,everything seemed tlru,.. I
transmit such reports to the comptroller costs and penalties, and held by him, had a tired languid feeling,my kidneys troubled me,and I felt badly. I read your adiertiement -
; < of the State upon, blanks subject to redemption, for two years.If in a papa and thought I would t:y the compound. Before I had takes h&1t.t one
bottle felt like a new perion. Four totue cttod me and I would reeommsad it to all
4 to be by him supplied for the purpose; [ at the expiration of that time, they that feel the! way I did.Tours truly >- MR*. J. X. Witco, Bval P.O.,Wls.

,4 that the county commissioners constitute be not redeemed, thc lands to be again
,Praterlbo ft. #<*r ':>':-! am much pleased with the action of
board whose it shall be advertised for four consecutive Physicians
L' a duty to weekly I I Pains Celery" Compound< in those C&lCllwh.rt the nerroos system was broken down from
determine the per cent. or millage of insertions, and, if not redeemed inI ovsr-work of mind or body. I hare seen particularly good results where the patient had
rt taxation for county which sixty days thereafter, the said lands tobe lost all'ambition,no appetite,constipated,could< not sleep nihts, etc., Thrt or ffcnr cases
of weak,emaciated,hysterical: females bare been cured with the Compound. I hare ob-
: .taxfor'each county shall l be added to certified to the State land.office,as serred that it quiets excitable nerves.gir c patlsnts better rrst increases appetite! ,regulates
the amount necessary for state purposes forfeited to the State, and disposed of bowels,and is a good remedy to}build up broken-down, cases generally Tours truly
R. a,IMBXTOK: X. D., Alton,m.
; that assessors' should be com- as other'State lands. It Is sold by an reliable drulJ '. WSEL8.: BIC .\r. 0N. A CO., Preys.,Borllagten,Vt
! peasated by a p diem instead of percentage The foregoing has reference mainlyto
allowance, thus abolishing the State and county taxes. City and Beware tf wo-rtftl.l.) imit ticns ef DIAMOND DYES.

temptation to,overvaluation.In municipal taxation is governed somewhat
sparsely settled districts, where by their respective charters, but
BO competent person, could be foundto the same general plan might be pre- OS'E. Seals JPla.ISJ Sbreks, Vims,

act as'assessor,, the county commissioners scribed bv the city authorities, and S .Frill &OrIaINlll.TrlHJ Etc.
heir officials be instructed .
; ought to perform the service. to agree
would advise that the comptroller, with the city authorities in the matter CATALOGUE_ FREE.

ceamiseio&er i : of agriculture and attor of valuation. Over 150 pages Illostratlng and, desc.ribIK. one of the larsest:
ney-general constitute a boa.'d-to! which! Rr and best assarted stocks of Seeds, Trees and Plants ta tile u: s..
Memorial of Reepeot. Best value for,the money in our Tested Korelties and Speefal
appeal may be made from 'the action Low Priced Collec fons.
of tfce commissioners' in' WHEREAS It. has all- '
county fixingthe pleased an ], 37 :YEARS. 25 CREENHOU U. 700 ACRES.
valuation for taxation; that the collector wise Providence to remove; '.from our,
,of,taxes for each county be ,re midst ,Bro. Jas. G. Saunders, who de- THE STORR8 *4 HARRISON' CO.,
qwrtd to.receive instrttctioa'fre-m aid parted> this life on the 24th day"of'No- tnesville, OhIO.I .


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--AB' Alliance;'l lecturer.:says:: ,An BARTER, COLUMN All kinds of books' bound and made as goodas Sendfordet'CTJPtlonan1J'prtce. real estate.
new. Send to DaCost, Printing and Publishing J.L.DERIEUX, ..
eminent tJp1atf-erm.speaker. a,few years House,Jacksonville Fla, Lakeland,.Polk county,Fla. l-23-5t .
Definite exchange offers Inserted her State what,
ago, ,now dead, in- the State'>of New you hare and what 701!want.' : stock-proof,Macartney hedges.roses make Plants beautiful and cuttings evergreen for, For sale, four breed of pit games viz:

York, said :$ ,"My libert1end, .'where Open to lubacriben only. ., sale., )L ONSiLL Fairbank, Fla. 12-13-16t Shawl necks, Be.fat Red. War Horse and
die 'R
Orlst Cham Win B.
plone. or trying.
your nags begins," 'i L; :e. American FOB BALE Cu BAP-600 acres of ,splendid BULL,Brad ford vllle. Fla, l24t ":
Will budd d lemon farming. land within JIve miles of Jackson-
liberty gives, to,every'man the'right; to trees for exchange pecan trees and pecan orange nut or. W.. B. vllle. The finest tract of land In East Flor- Wanted to exchange-Pure 44Golden Wyan-

say what he pleases, ,do as.he pleases, WALKER, Manager,' Lake Mattie Nursery, ida. Address Box 707,,Jacksonville.11-13-Fla.* dottes"Rooks or for White White Leghorns\Vyandottes Address.!, Plymouth WX C.

and .worship'-'whom' pleases--so Aubarndale.;,Fa) 1 Wanted-Cassava'.leed' :for ,M acre: Give ANDBUSS,,Archer, Fla. 11-6* '

long and only so Iqng as he pleasesto price. P. C. BAKER, Emporia, Fla, 2-5-31 D>you need'stationery or any kind-paper, ,
'"CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN. Choice Gulf Mullet in one pound cans. $100per pens ant ink? Send to DaCosta Printing and
do >>Otb# il.that wiirwork ill to:an case of 4 doz.each t.o, b.cars O B.' R.R. Publishing House,Jacksonville Fla. *

other. This is good" >9lit cS;' ndil'lo' Address, WM.A. WICKS- Seven Oaks P.-0., PEAR TREKS-FOR LECONTE GAR-
:To Insure Insertion in ;thto column 'adYe be- Fia 2-5-3t RER'S HYBRID A Nil OTHERS APPLY
natfcn wfll decay.where,:it;!isenfor'ced.ItGIs : menu must be accompanied by:the money.Advertisements'mtut -- ,Send os your,orders for note paper,pens, TO B W PARTRIDGE Montlcello Fla.lv26 '. ,:
not .exceed, nlty wor4ft Inks, and all supplies We will treat you : -* ,
:good gospel, ;for.it omprehends't Postage Stamps received in pa1JDe t. right. DaCosta -Printing and Publishing Do you need stationery of any kindpaperrene
requirements! of the':golden Count every wortl'includtnt name and address. House,Jacksonville- ,Fla. vnd Ink Send to DaCosta.'lntingandPnhNRhlna

theT For sale or exchange for mates mules or Hon., ,,.c-kaonvlll.. Fl. "
rule This theory-of .
IS ouxigoyernment.
LtConte Keifer; sand t tees-
Berksblres-Registered pigs for sale at ; or pear young \
,. uhe'trend' in practice reasonable prices.' Address, "W. A. CHAP- grade Jersey cows freob with calf,or young
MAW,Oakland, FJa.4 -12-2t heifers. WM. B. SOHBADEB.!: Waverly Stock. S ..
has for;: years been: away "ffomithis.: farm,Tallahassee,Fla.. First prize Oca'a.' NEW KODAKS
26 bushels new clean teggar seed,onY$2.75ioper )
The swing of,the pendulum of: nationallife bushel. CORPL. MUBDOCV, ,Oxford,Fla. '
grove for sale cheap. For ,
: k. *
away froth monafch'ial ,;gQqe particulars:call on ,or address B. A. BEMIS! 1

too far, ,and_ the liberty urchasediby) be Bay secured a home on cheap the !installment' A pleasant-p'an.home' ''Nice can Oneco. Manatee county,Fla 1-29-41

our fathers'in a .hundredwell.'fought housw and two lots In one Of the most pleasant Repair your old family BibleS Make them "You thebutton
press ,
locations In the city.'. Address;, CIIAB., W. good as'new.. DaCo*ta Printing and I nb-
battles. has :genefafecl'; \lfcensejojvdp;| ,DACOSTA,Jacksonville, Fla. --" li"hlng House,Jacksonville, Fla. r .

as we please so long.ass'w.e,are pro- 3Vntedllfty) improved 'grape fruit, two Specialty In Foreign Grape Vines Chat- ,. ;awe
and three-year-old on,sour t1OOk COKBETT selas Lnttlch"Uil' best mar et grape and by
tected by a law, which is as often Boardman.. It weeks etaf. in Florida. Write for do the rest."

twisted _to clear the guilty as ftqw protect For, sale.-Choice''.canned, mullet. lib, net catalogue.FLA., H. VON LUTTICUAU 10-28-181, Eurleton: .t .
weight in lots of one or mom cases fo b,
the: innocent.: :: :. t. j 1 11 IiI"l Orange Belt Railroad,f4 p caseof jour dozen' ;Tuberose Bulbs double Pearl good flowering Seven Sew Styles sad Sizes -. '$$1

._ -. .::j c.i4 ....':; each.Seven Oaks Address Fla., WH. .:A. WICKS 2 Manager 12-St HUGH bulbs BORLAND, free by Floral'City mall' 40 ents, Fla.per 1-29-H dozen ALL LOADED!: WITH Transparent Films..

Repair your old family Bibles. Make tnem For sale by all Photo. Stock Dealers.f
1 For one and two-j. r old
QUES'iI- DaCosta and Publishing
NS good as new. Printing -
AND ,REPLIES: lemon buds tin jour stock, 25c f. o. b W B. House,Jacksonville, Fla. THE EASTMAN C IMPANY tip 1
WALKER, Manager Lake Ma tie Nursery,
Wanted, the consent of 100 smokers, to
'i Anburadale, Fla 2I4t Send for,Catalogue. ROCHKSTER.N.Y.
All reasofiftWe;qaesttons,coming;;irom'K'; ; send each;'a simple lot of 150 "NICKEL'
Wanted-Sour seed. Write giving
Cigars and a:20 year gold filled Watch, by Express -
ber.'IW: J..1M.-.wtnd; > as.promptly poaIble.and price, to C. W. BUTLER,St. .Peteistxjrg, Via .
C O. D. $525 and allow examlnaUnn.HAVANA GEO. S. HACKER, & SON
without charge,U addressed to the editor at Lawtey. 2-12-2 CIGAR Co., Winston, N. (,. l-29-8t
Beplies can not_be givenbymmfl.ft _' Sweet Cassava eed'stalks'for sale. CHAS. Repair your old family Bibles. Make them MANUFACTURERS OF-
_.. c "''Ii. F F.,MAY, Eustls, Fla. 2-12.2t good MS new.. r DaCosta Printing and Pub-
i1 1 t.- \ Iv- -1: Pe .ln Ducks pair, three dollars;'trio, five lishing House Jacksonville, Fla. .
42. JAPAN 'CLOVER: Inquirer; dollars. Eggs! twelve ttorone.dolt1ts. Plymouth .Holstein Huh! ((To avoid inbreeding) I will ::: :=:
Rock egos, thirteen for one d liar., A. sell my 'thoroughbred! registered bull at a
Clearwater, Fla." VVrite to"H.'G.HaSt- F..STYLES,.'Jacksonville, Fla 2 52tf bargain. ROBT.,L.LAMB Runnymede Farm L = '
infjtt. InlerlkcheQ, Fla-., for'seed,and forfu11instrl1Ctl0n8 Ten Mile Hill P. O., 8. C, l-29-4t c.
l on Boding,,etc. Strawberries=Bessie, Alabama''. 8te+reA.. .'Doyou need printing of any kind? Send topaCo .. mS
the to for In the:
_. .J kinds_ plant profit South $'a. Printing and Publishing House :- '
,D.xWi1llama = Send for prices., JULIUS, ,SCaN ILEBAqH.? Jacksonville. "'la. *
43. Grand Ala. 2- 5t
Bay, Wanted, Lemon and Grape Fruit seed Address c:: i
WaldoJ' Without' atteniplingtd( 'For sale, toOOO'sweet and sour' seedlings giving price, GBIFKINO & BRADLEY, as 0o
decide positively what" varietyisthat from six Inches high to one Inch In diameter; Mftcclenny.>la 1-29-51

,you send. ,.we say:thatj.be. remedy! for pllthese' for Price sale cheap.f. o-.W.'b.TtWALKzBAuburndale Dates and budded trees DaCosta Do you,need Printing printing and of Publ any kind.suing? Send House to, ,.'

orange seale: i41lsectsis: t1t1J (same, Ja onville., Fix. o
namely: the .Hubbard :;emulsion: \l\f After *1a.S.nd 2Bt .Wanted-;' A- young man, to work on dairy 0fA

have had'a few\: weeks steady;warm .ns.your ord"raJor note paper,pens farm and run milk wagon in South Floridi. ..> ,.. ::7Q:
you inks and all supplies. We will treat you Must be capable and! hone t. A steady Joband
weather make. 'it:.by the.rpllowingybYj-; : right. 'DaCosta-'Printing and:: Publishing'. pure pay Address"W.,"care. of FARHEB
mula;: ,Kerosene;,2 gallons,-6&pert ent.-;tcolniileiu'soapor HoaseeJacksonviller: !Flab ': : ,*. .. AND FRUIT-GROWER. lMt
; whale :'oil'80&p"halC'a; Florida's Own Fragrant, Tooth,Powder for Do you need print Ing of any kind Send to And Building Material. '
; o'ne :'SS eleanalngand"( preserving the teeth., Try it DaCoRta Printing ,aLd Publishing Honse,
peuad water, gallon. er:;centj Jacksonville. VIa' CHARLESTON, S. C. '
25 cent Send
to "and'add'it Price : stamps or postal note
l I of boiling
heat. solution >soar> Bold'only Dxtf,PEBRINE Dentist; Fer-

hot to the kerosene. "Churn"the. min nandlna,): a._ c. .&& ( --
tureby'means'of a'fo rce"pump"and e pray For sale-Twenty strawberry re'rigere.tors DIAMOND D"

nozzle for five or ten minutes.The. Address, G.-lLANDCKSOir, Hlbernla, Kla., .
2-5-4 "
emulsion, if perfect, forms a "cream :: WantedA good* milker to look afterJerseycattle .
which tbakewi'oB'co{ ling,' and'.shouldadhere ,with wife'or boy to assist in milking. Hardwood AshesRank

without'oiliness, to the surface'of JOHN-,,'BRADFORD. 'T Bradfordville,. Leon Co., ,
glass. Dilute,:.before using, one (I) part Fla.' 2-5-St
of the emulsion with ten ((10) :parts ,of For gale-: A secondhand' eight-horse at the h-ad of the list for quality
mounted engine, Iq rood working.onter. .
cold water. The :above formula gives EUREKA ,,MACHINE wosks. ,,' Tallahassee, .
And Take the Lead
three((3) gallons of emulsion,and makes,' Fla. A 2-5-3t Everywhere.They '

when diluted, thirty (30)' gallons*of Send us yonr-orders for,.note\:paper, pens, are obtained from mills manufacturing car and wagon timber, and where no other

wash. Inkstand.11 supplies. We will-,treat you fuel is used than the best of hard woods. No other brand is obtained from sources that insure -
I Printing; and Publishing
ORANGE ,SIZES., J. M. Piteer House,Jacksonville,Fla. ': so uniform a quality. A Dollar invested in Diamond "D" Hardwood Ashes will buy r
more actual plant) 'food than in any other fertilizer oil the market.
Fittmaa Fla. 'Forthe sizes followin&i Guava trees_ for ,sale-Large kind, red ,
; :
yellow, white, p.nk. 'etc.-'ftelh. Seedlings
O, 996, 900,',176, 146,198, 112,96, make from;very best selected fruit. Price, two to .f
the slots wlth'these widths: 2$ inches, three feet, |d 1,060.'100; one to two feet $5 per That are the outgrowth of experience are more convincing than mere theory based upon '

91, 2i, 3, 3J, 3|. 3i, 4. These are the 100 IfJa., |40 per MAXF..wCETrOrmond.2531Send I chemical,analysis! or a printed formula, hence: the
sizes, in AyerslLing-chain Bizer.,. for my circulars -curlng'.alt: tick hat pure, unleached hardwood ashes will make a briny and productive grove or '" .-

cattle or loss of appetite. Guaranteed.' Price: : orchard on the lightest soil,and that,too,for less money than by any other means, will testify ..
45. JAPANESE WINEBERRY. J. of medicine,.thirty-five cents, by mall If my to the merits of this brand, for he will at once recognize in them the "strongest" asho
C. Hilt! Beaediet, Fla. Write, ,to Hal- conditions ere compiled with, I win cure or
lock Queens New .for them. It has cured come bad cases of he ever used.- For prices, terms and other particulars,address, -
we nurseryman, ,
York hog 'cholera "W., G. TILO1UWt,.,Pa atka, 'c. E. DEPUY. ,
18t '
:!1 tI.on'thls paper. .Fla. 2-5-ltt "t.
Bfockbrldjtft, Michigan
Do y on need stationery of any kind-paper
46. GOOD pens and Ink Send to DaCosta Printing and :
s. C. Smith,Jacksonville, Fla. 'List of Publishing House.Jacksonville, Fla: AGRICULTURAL TOWN OF \

gilt-edgehouses Bent you' by mail., I have
bees appointed McINTOSH Marion County Florida. '. .;
47. PLANS. FOE THE WORLD'S sole 'agent of the Diamond White .

FAIR. Corporal Murdock, Oxford, Fla.'' Grape Write Company me' for special for Florida terms 'and'for vineyard Georgia Located on Orange Lake, the home of the native orange. Rich high hammock: lAnds/ .'

Your sorastiofiswill have our attentionat planting. Great inducements offered. rising reventy-flve feet above the lake level. Flourishing orange 'gr vn. Prominent vegetable "

an early day. _Will you kindly give l-? ..tt E. DUBOIS Tallahassee, Fla. h.lpplngpoint. Well watered. Natural drainage. Railroad, telegraph, post office

U8)'ourrel.l BOBM. A.letter we sent,to All kinds of books bound and made as goodas and school f IUt1fl. Universally pronounced one of the very best locations In the State..'
new. ; Bend to DaCosta Printing and Publishing '
you was returned. : Hoae,Jacksonville damide .J good An Inspection,- will satisfy the most critical. Inquiries may be addressed 'to

; All kinds of books bound a as' S. H. \lTSKILIi..
48. WEATHER, ,SIGNAL.. ;n: *
as new. Send to DaCosta Printing and Publishing
Jacksonville. The .triangular. House,Jacksonville Fl*. At :f "
pennant has ,HeR very lately.a yellow For sale or exchange forlfor! property: SPRAY'YOUR FRUIT TREES AND VINES.
two of five .
orange gropes acre* eaeta* ana
by the Signal,Service, and ,you 'will 'not house and lot; or;will exchange f tr nr pge Wormy Fruit and Leaf Blight of Apples Pears. Cherries.Plum Carculia -
find it in,the oode. It is called "the instruction grove north of Orlando.- J. E, UKOvmuPoH! prevented by spraying with the EXCELSIOR SPRAY

& ," which'means that the Tampa, Fla PUMP., GRAPE and POTATO ROT prevented by EXCELSIOR'
are too complicated too be Beggar Weed seed, pare and XJf A lACK SPRAYER t also Injurious insects wntbat''
indications expressed per acre;'4 10.J2'Ze8&"I Currants GOO eb Kaspberrles:[ and Strawberries. PERFECT'
oaeor two I 'and fiat pound; err*..*
by age, persons per pounds < FRUIT ALW GOOD PRICES ;
mast dame to the o Iiee for, ir forma per pound ex ra, if.order>k} Catalogue. .bO PrAT to fruits mailed( tree. Large. "
tioa. It is M9re especially..fer'.sea' ': Plaee JI'.A.RK.'Jno.orders A.at:onee'wlt{JkECEi in. .teWa l4Y Ji D,t stock of Fruit Trees,Vines and Berry Plants at Bottom'Prices. j jA44r

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$60.: 'set PLAT BED
tH bi 1 Cheap Substitute for glut. on' hotbeds, From Canada OUGHT to be extra early and"-

t RMEIf" rARMIR3ALUANCIwasststt I TIE.lEST, I HKSKCTOfE flf WCL cold frames eta Three) grade, Light,Medium as Bach Is sent oat. ,The reports of the ex-

tnss-aM 1t ,Heavy, perimental stations speak highly of It, and
numbers testify.to'Its earliness, productiveness

i t For Florists, Gardeners, To- ,. large size, roundness,. rich color and

.'W. DACOSTA, Publisher. freedom from rot. Per package IS eta; five
bacco Growers
etc. for 60 eta. Yon will find, it only In my seed

tl Protects from frost, promote hardy vlgorooi catalogue,which' ,, will be sent nEE to any '"
Terms'' of Subscription:' growth.' Will not brink or mildew. body.

For OBi year*.........98 00 Marblehead, Mass

For six months .. ...:100' R

BabserlpUons In &U'eeaes cash, in adranee '
Day Line--St.Johns River
,nod BO paper continued after the expiration 2
For sale by leading dry goods houses,seeds
of the time paid for. ft men lorists, etc. For circulars and samples Except

; ; JUU. ml Advertising application. applT STB. ELIZA HAH' COCK leaves :Jackronvllle,

""', REMITTANCE should be made by Check, NATIONAL W WATERPROOF FIBRE: CO., foot Main 8L,at 2 p.mror:HIbernia,Magnolia,
Green Cove Spring, Plcolata, Federal Point,
4 27 South St.,New York,)(. Y.
Postal Note,Money Order,or Registered Let Orange Mills and Palatka.: Leaves Palatka
Agents wanted. .
i ter,to order of I Also waterproof'covers from accents per. 7 a.m., connects at Green Cove Spring for

FLORIDA. DISPATCH AND FARMER square foot. Melrose and Santa Fe.Arrives at Jack soaville

II J. J. CALHOUN & CO., 12:30,p.m.,assuring early connections forth
I North and West. E.V.H. POST, Gen.Agt.. ,
Jacksonville,Fla. XZCLUSIW. DKlXKJfei T. V. MUN8ON E. W. EBBXTTS, 'On Board

Few improvement show up to to good advantage ,The Introducer of the great and good.

oa a. farm as good fences,and no !:

kind of fence looks as well.as.the Combination -- StJPPfe. flerpGRAPES.

Picket and Wire fence, as made by the SUPPLIES. ::: .
Garrett *ence Machine. Every farmer who 12J' West Bay Street.ZAOXSOJJ'VILL1 Kstmrsel Hwut AH> HIT
Will mall his 'valuable
catalogue of tried
contemplates building any fence this winter' ? oam.A.: : Southern fruits frt*. Address HORTICULTURAL Secial Ctnar&e TOOLS.sad ottw... .sop---... a
should write to' 8.n. Garrett, Mansfield,0., T. V.k TJX RON. Denison,Texas 1 w ash 8ead sl.o for oar CDCC t...Jfa.
for catalogue of machine, which he will tend c".d'" ....'t Please mention this paper. 1141-1 PowlIty BtIn ly droabr FliCCs >far io.Cit.plete

free. He also furnishes galvanized annealed o CS..,c.,...,. .Wt li SEER CATALOG. pnbHsfceel.
steel wire and other fencinmaterlal, direct =;; l.r -I: JOHNSON & STOKES
81.Market. FaU4ei U P*.
Mo 81 raM *
from f.ctory to farmers at wholesale prices. I I If I c=_: it .
0= 51 HGRUB
:J;2 25S STUMP 1
aad ea. ; A !!It FAVORITE SINGER.
c" ." MACHINE ,.1 7..w4tJ NEW HIGH ARM.
Style as shown in cut with full
iIIt.OC""O..t""t: fp" attachments,self-setting needle -
IC550-e-.. : Works .a and self-threading shuttle.
1 .. .QQo
: .5"C.! ..- iifisrSTANDIXfiTIMBER You can get uwirachineso rr
BIG .r _o.A o- onSTUMPS. \1 of manufacturers. Fave Canvas

' I :{ -4D ta =....."sAb.A sers1 trial.Commissions Warranted 5 of years.|2S. Sent on
Will pull an ore
2 t.g. : g
.- !cs::A:g.......'" -We pay Freight. FhlladelphlaPwIi:4iii
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.80- dItntii1iu MAKES A
remillm 'Otfertti If.O 'ii 0Sc:12: CLANSWEEP

i65ggj'I' .Owe A Mat. tttla .l A..sab.y sdal.n.eu.pau.. -
k It. K.heY7 CkalM N4I tit ha.die. TbeenpeaafevMTM
U.am r.v wilt pay tut th. McWi> It with ..ly...*
5 y..a MU1.mr4 to .... for M TO..trH a Culoo, (ivlifrto
1IL"Sag !: .
X t ran Md.d..aIal.J A4dnM tb Ja..rac&llftn."AMES
.. MILNE_ &;SON, SMTIH uovi, IIWA.. n p o..
j ,:: 0 .
> THE., -, 5Ii S..d
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; I.a 'ao'"oga..r"5 E:!I"
... f'1 jlQ et'i r -f-a! ,
ffi&fftttk'Farmer& and Fruit-Orowtr ., to '5l:;a..'S-.. ",, .'o'"eR N GoA
U .e... =: ".4D"-1.Ao t'bao!-oEoj
I) asrM
a 0o A 3mof1
"Cen .5 : ; j :i
,For one year and a copy ofbitier's og .r.1. Ir'wz' 0 e.0.....0..ocCO"CI .
'...&..,8 m1II.pO: ..g...rIJ. I:;? '=M !
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= "i."S I). :
in .I_ .,;: e Ci = ::. k y = 8M
Gardening Florida CD 'E"- tIC- ........:s
.. .... C R i.0.. &:I C III".:cJ: Sl I:
I C; :E -I'icS.llh: = .
C.to fI) o..gdE waa i 1C A pamphlet of tfiformaUon and abstract IL }
ALL r : .8.gQ.11t of the laws,showing How to
FOR $.*.** =.. q g .a.IA ; i Ca tats,TradeMarks
0 !:: =,, oo!. = 'ccw 0efn.aS..w
cq ago-I" Np oggB M
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o f I M).-..... e 381 8roadwaT,
WMtaers In Florida ia ... : i -.>rew Y.rk.
Gardening: a cia 4fl a oxo'aM O '
0'" .:= I
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and bound book of a0 c: c.801il..t
handsomely printed a< :loo. SsBS
mAeie- := ..0tiS -
E ,;
?. I 250 wes being a comprehensive treatise .Li9orav!1 g !9

JbSJ on vegetable and tropical products of I. thi bat sew

V Florida, by Prof J. N. Whither, A. M. .arl7 befor rari.y tte, : i rst oaa.zsarursoi ser.1b..lst.t .
CHOICE POULTRY .au rfoaa T uTnfr-a..elu M ae ,
i This book I is much sought after for its ...T.e ars .D_ w e$. .. 5O a.M fns,.GaeM.e. wra. .

Information. t.bq zed rtER16i9+16A1.t7o., DYA Y.

t $2.0O. buys the book=and oar White Hllver and Golden: W'andottelj : bd an,with wb7 -, iotesa

. > White and Barred Plymouth Rocks; Light .. lie r01Ir
paper for; e&e year. I Brahmas; White Silver, ,Go'den' and W. O. 0 *aJ0cu"..r7.spl..... aD lbra..... : :.

Thle.ie certainly a grand offer. Send Brown B. Polish and; White Silver Leghorns and Black; Hoadans Hamburgst; B.j( .1t7QJUrS SKID sron,Eox 188.CIICA60..

t Red and Pit Games. Also,Geese,Docks Ban. *
to orders at'once. tarns and Guineas in variety. J 'Y"." au
II 1 have the gene for the Monitor incubator P.SIMPSON.Wasb-
C. W.. DACOSTA, the best and cheapest in the market. O. No atty's fee THE BEST.
Address, C. C. PAINE antll Paf.e t.obta1atd. Write for Inventor's D.M.TwvkCo's
k Jacksonville,P1* f fMThati Federal Point Fla. Guide. IIuIra t d,Desoipdre and Priced

Tin Gtrrett Pleket&Wire feces Mzcklna* SEEDntsli

ALE: steKL YIE.LIII .WMTM to the potto.A universal !- d FREE
faTorlte. Tfctiats sfl appBcaatt,and to last seaaoa'stomm.
In a..uaa\Ht.'ref'h' Iris better tIIaa ever.
paid. Agents... report )& person _.. G4w".
tlL1 Inr biz sales JbcblDn.w .l'IIWIW w Fila SlIM,
r etc.. ..at wholesaledireci doll send fee Ie. Address
WETT &DWIOHTCO.' from factory to D. M. FERRY.A'CO.
MAMUFACTURERSSmwiNB sebieet to SPASMS'aremod likely: troaM4 w4itl Farmers where I have DO
-.IT..IT, MISM.LargsetSeutntea .
.. arent. C&bltp.frH.Address -
jL PpBwro RATED UstR .....s.A.Fa remedy: r orQIIII.RU=: the maoafacturer, : lathe. ws .1 ,

!+ $ 4 ltlNt clltCt41 yitlattae M feat.is:. 3aare._ar a vetllt I. 'H._.ARRETT' MANSFIELD' OHIO, ""



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":G144.J1.it.: ; : LARGEST STOCK SOUTH OF BALTIMORE.> ) H.i1tl

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.Je : 40- .Latest ,Designs in Parlor and ;Bedroom Suites ,in Antique Oak
)."eite :' '. Mahogany, Cherry,-Walnut an.a..Imltation Hall Stands,
8ej U"
',' ("it' llelt fl 8 Bed'Lounges, Willow! Reed, and Rattan
:' ,. Goods, Desks of all Kinds and
:, ,'. 40 ,
'WL: "SELL: NOS Styles.
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.Carpets. Mattings. ,- Curtains, Window Shades, Hanging Lamps, China and '
:1'i" T/: : Crockery Sets, Tin Toilet Sets,' Mirrors, Curtain Poles and Brackets. _
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; '\/ .: Hotels I ,, Hoarding Houses Shios Steamers Offices and Private Residences Furnished from Top to Bottom.
/r .: 49-When writing,please mention this paper.


.,- '\P < ,Jacksonville, =; Florida.

Dealers. ., i in 'and Manufacturers of High Grade Fertilizers.

:'."' :" d' i-.Ofange Tree and Truck. Fertilizers. Cotton and Corn Fertilizers..

+i '.t t -.' . -N. r *-.." ,
., -' All Grades or Fertilizer' ;Materials on Hand at Lowest Market .JPrlceH.

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I.;,wee.manufacture all1**.< :::our own roods--.. *'at South Jacksonville. Our fertilizers made from the best materials.

..y ..W, 'have. 't recetly; jpjurchased: the, factory ,and good{ will of the South Florida Fertilizer Co., at Orlando, Fla.

.' ::%'1-(,-,',:.f't .. .' '' .. .' ; tfl. .t, : :. .. :.*'": J. ALEX. LITTLE, Secretary an i Treasurer. "-

.: ...... '. dO:" ; .:, : : : _JACKSONVILLE, FLA. _

'":"\ ; .' !j V V
&Jradtej's. Vegetable Fertilizer. Bradley's Orange Tree ;}Fertilizer A'

uBone and Potash. i
,: Fish and Potash: .

,: ...:" Dry J Pore, Fine Ground Bone I -

A..J GrOdBneb E SEEDS[ for your Garden. PLANTS your Lawn. id
Snlphate, of .Potash., WHERE to,get the best Seeds and fresh ones? WHEREto
}' \ get the new Plants and good ones?_ This must be decided. Which
; '-fobacco-Fertilizer, Sea;,Fowl Guano;. ,Pat Rt..Supers >hateoi, 1 GOL4 of the new and famous are worthy,and which of the old are better,you

.. .: Lime;; Muriate' of Potash. l\i\ rate.'Qf'S6da-Kaiiiik&(:" & ''ft fast, i zoo should Colored know.Plates,We and print REASONABLE an Illustrated descriptions.Catalogue with As to Photo-Engravings completeness,,

.. -. '. : dMirwo we say IT TELLS: THE WHOLE STORY, for the GARDEN, LAWN
: "- '',- 3s CIS. and FARM. Free. Wt offer three e %etta. > .f TILCE. h SEEM; ,381 iw*,t.$1x0;
BRADLEY FERTILI'ZEKiTOUNT : C:6.: \/.TH OrlikieriilTS,0 rmt Specialties! ,$1.00); HOWES SEEM,20 bed f.r 60 eti.; tk< Urn'fcr tuL.HAM' .
-- : YAU SEED STORE. 88 State St., Box 688 CHICAGO.'
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Branch Office, '- .A.tJGXJ'STAr: 'G .A


...m.> Coppeepondence. -- Solicited, ., ,,/" .. ALetas AlULleJ'Ja 2" Jr v.,...( Svs c-.i.s....'..... 1'.L BmI1UIB,.....,.1...u..I.L ,
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: GLEN :ST. .MARY NURSERIES; '< : If you suffer wlttx any form or this terrible
.diJ.U li. loathsome disease and desire to get'eared
G.' Ij."TABMK,.Preprletor,. Glen' St. Mary; Fla..250,000 .- promptly, permanently and cheaply,, oseTnrklah
'10 f i Electric Ointment. Immediate
.. ... Trees,. 200'Varieties.: 41r home grown; J;lit will pay you towrite lief. Action,cool and soothing. It U the only
lo,us before purchaakig 'elsewhere* Send for,catalogue andP: rice list remedy the wo.d4.and cures the worst. easet '"

Special:prices.ofl'large'J lots, f: .r.\. .. '.. '- in existence. Sent by malt, on reeefpt or one '
dollar-no free samples. We mean bestneM
PEAt. ,FH-P: lFIT' ,W:TNC9MTH; Don't hesitate,but r.ralt at oaee,and address
f' lLLUtrntATJID"'LIft ''EELJ.aaiafir ,ooeoNIAGARA3BUD plainly, TTJBKISII PH ABM ACT co. AlWoo,

,11tis..ry C.;,- 'F...... CUTTINGS I Mich. __ .
: TtUe.&eerira.. ; -
: 5 ir Very Niagara.grape roots.
TOBSAUt. ,000
7 ro'Oo T 1<'
.. ...These eattlBga are,all:from bearing,TIDes: SALES.ATrcmos I Five-bad
caHings of
ftw.'.'''-; All orders moat be in,bj, December 1,1_. ,bon AJTO'YCQXTABLK: OBOWB 100,000 grape r.r'sate' JtM p. -
\ 8.5O Order of and ; :
per 1,06O. 10,060 np 'The No.S CUtaway;4-feet wide,at f 1SJ59:cash with, Y
u.8.81riisi8CALES, :wardsA26 Per cent.discount! :order., FoB stock. In wareteooM. Send for circular: 'I l Both from old brarlng'"IUe8'welt"mat8re< '1 E. K. BUBBABD. State Azent. wood_ ,and warraated true to_.name.I <
.. Slate ageate' for tke.sale of N1AeARiand J.d.ral Point.: )na,I l r:,.
-- .... GBXXX'MOUWTAIN grape.vines.,, c.n locate;a few TH7J desirable. .
I, TMlj \ sie11c1 steads In South Florida._ -
} ,t J.::: ,_- .Pioneers) of Grape Culturo.in South Florid, adcI-r.oasf......t.and. Military boys. For A lll'd 4e.1'caUHojnt. ataaJlA.r -;I I I < V _I C.I. Pf\GE,,:: .t. .

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/' :. 53to.55.hcmrs. : ,betweenlSavannah; ,New 'York and'PhilaTime .
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,: ..t.._-+-- .? delphla'and; /.X-between> t** ,Boston V ** and Savannali65Mt&* i 70 hours. ':j

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1'x.(,., .:. .: : .. Passage Rtes :: '.
: ; Between Jacksonville. and New. :'York. : 1st class, I&60; Intermediate,119.00;Excursion,143.50
',' -1. Steerage,fl&SO.1; -
; Jacksonville and'Boston:Cabf 127.00: Intermediate,f2UX; Excnr8ion.SJ7.SO>; 8teerageSli3S.
THB Magnificent' steamships of thin Company, are appointed to sail as follow

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New York Charleston and Florida .Ili es. f Central or 900: Meridian- Tlme.1 1 .

.. """* CITY OF AUGUSTA,Capt. Catharine...Monday. F !>>. 2-: 11.00 am,
t. TALLA.HA88EEJ.. Fisher. .,....,?. ...Wednesday p ro
\I rot : KANSAS CITYCapt. Kemp ton ....,.. .*. 1*..t ... ...._ .FrJda,.,, *JM 6E,3)p1
The magnificent Steamships} of .this Line are appointed: OHATTAHOOUHEE,,Capt. Daggett ... ...- .........Saturday, at 7- ijBOpmOOOp
NACOOCHEE1.Capt Hmlth .._....,__ Monday 9- m
", to sail as follows : CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, CO t. Burg...........*,.... .....Wednesday, 11- 7.oop m
.. .8TAJcDARPTixa. :) CITY OF AUGUSTA,Caps Catharine ....:..'.... ....'. ......:...Friday, 13- 9.00 a m
From Nex'Tork' Fr. ._ .J..ka DyIUe. TALLAHASSEE Capt.Fisher ...... .d............*. ...... .-.Saturday, 14-10.00 a m
lPler.:29,R..B.), STEAMER, Florida. KANSAS CITY :Cat Kempton .... .. ....._.....! .Monday : 16- 12m
-4' lit at fiOOA.x. CHATTAHOOCIIE.E. CapUDaggett-..:.....:....._....:.......Wedne day) ,18- 200 pm
Mosday;, Jan 2Bth. at 3 P. x."ALGONQUIN"'CHEROKEE..".. Sunday,., Feb.Feb. 3d,, at 11:00 A.X. NACOOCHEE Capt. Smith ....;...._-... '.. .;::........ .....Friday. J4.OOp m
Wedaesday,Jan.. 281 h, at 8 p. Tuesday BIRMINGHAM .......... .. .. .. It
.' .. .. Feb. 5th ,,at Noon. CITY OF ,Ca Burg : Saturday, 214.8Opm
.YEMA88EK. ,
Jan. 39th at8 P.x .Thul.d.7,
Fv(4ay .t8).X..SEMINOLE". ... Feb.8th, Kt 4OO.\.x. CITY OF AUGUSTA. ;apt.Cathann .......... .-.......... .... MondaY ", S8.OOp ro
MdBday. Feb. 2d, ..., .__.... .. "
: Feb. 10th, at 5oo.\.x. TALLAHASSEE. Capt Fisher. ? : .u u Wednesday, 26G.JO p mKANSAS
t Wednesday.. ..4th"at8P.'x.DELAWARE, ;Tuesday, Kempton; ..... ._ .... ...Friday.," .. 218.00 amHATrAHOOCJ:1EE.
CITY-Capt. )
\ Monday Friday; Feb.Feb. ftth 9th.,-atXp.K.at 3 P. x.;:.:","IROQU0I8"-qnunda7 ALGONQUIN"; "nday, Feb.Feb. 15th 12th,, at at7A.9OA.x.( M. : ,Capt. aggett........ ,.............. ...Saturday, H 28- 7.0Jp m

WednestlayP eb llth,.at 3 P.X.-.:"CHEROKEE".. '. .. ..yFeb.. 17th, at 11t00A. FOB_BOSTON.
Friday, :'Feb..184b;at 8 P vx;..YEM A8SEE"!."-Thursday, 'Feb. 19th, .at IP.X.Feb. OITY Lew1a..i"-."...... ....
OF MACON, Feb. ft- 12
.- Capt. ; Tuesday, m
.. Ko.-'MBelHltlj..Feb"daft Yeb5>>: I *ferat8p.x. (SBMINOLB'1.:, *urday.. Feb. 24th 22d, at'at' '4:00A.X.1:30r.x GATE CITY, Capt.: Doane,.... ..... ..... ...... .......,.. ....Saturday.. It 7- 400 pm680p
", 18tb'at8, Px.IROQUOIR"TnelM1AY. Feb. 2Mb,; at 6OOJUM.Mar. CITY OF SAVANNAH,.Capt. Googlns ................. ......Wedneaday, ." 11- m
.. Feb. 2&th, at a X.-.ALG4.NQUIN'"Thursda7,
P. .........__ .... "
5T7 .. 8:00A.M. CITY OF MACON, Capt.>Lewis. : Sunday, 1510.00 a m
"CHEROKEE" 1st, at '
Wed&erday.reb.,. Feb." 26tb 2Bd,,.at at3p.8 p."YEMA8SEE". .. Tuesday SUnday,,' Mar.' Sd, at 10 A. x. GATE CITY,Capt. Do ne.. ...,.. ,-_..... ...._...Thur day. ," 19- 2JM) p m

.. Friday,. Feb. !7th,.at 8 P. M...."SEMINOLE": .,.Thursday. Mar. .6th,' at 11:80 A. x. CITY OF O* MACON Capl Capt.Lewis Googlns...................M.........*....Monday.Friday,, """ 28 27..7.ao-.. (LdOpmFOB .. p m


St. Johns; -River Line. ((This Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.)

>!. DR8SOUG,Capt.Askins .......... ......-_..........Wedneld.,.. Feb. 4- 12.80 P JIJ
'. DESSOUG,'Capt. Askins. ......._ ...... ......... ..............Saturday, .* 14t 90aa.
Tor: ,::Simford. :Enterprise :and, Intermediate Points; on,.the! St. DESSOUG, Capt.Askins.....!.......__... ..........._ .. ...,...Tuesday, M 24-. &Wp m

... ',*,,". "..."' <(. fJohiisBiver.r. ; -'" ", > '; .,' THE PALACE. STEAMERS, .... .
w- ..u" Connecting'with the ivan b a Florida :and West era:Ball way(Waycros Short Line)offer
"} the and* i
Side-Wheel Steamers to Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.
The Elegant Iron ,Through Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to principal points north East. and ;Northwest
J1r"' O3P ::T'.A.OXEOVJLrEJ': : :; ; via Savannah. For' .,information. and rooms apply to *r' :.. '
J. P. BECKWITH, General Agent, H. R. CHRISTIAN Soliciting Agent
N' .!IJ, Oftpt., W. A. SHAW, 71 Wet Bay Street,Jacksonville.._- ; 71 West Bay Street.. Jaeksonv'Itae.)
w !' R. L.WALKER,Agent C. G. ANDERSON 41' nt.
.: 1 .' :c'X:, DEJ3.A.B -, New. Pier No.85 RICHARDSON ver New York. City Exchange Building Savann .G,.
A BARNARD Agents,LewJa' Wharf Borton..
vOapt. T.-'W.. LUND, Jr. W. L. JAMES, Agent 13 8.Third Street, Philadelphia. .
J.D. HA8HAGEN, Eastern Agent. Bav.. Fla.* Western Ry.Co.,251
Are appointed to mil trom Jacksonyille,dally except Saturday, at 9:30 p.m.,and from G. M. SORREL Gen. Manager. W. E. ARNOLD,Gen.TraY. Agt.,JacasonvMle, Fl.
Sanford,dally except Sunday,at 9 a.m. For Tickets apply to 8.,P.des W. RaU.wa7o ._ _


., f"> Ieave',8:3> Bead Down.)". X............'.s... .... :....'.Jacksonville ... ..............,*. Arrive Read:Up.4bp. x.
M '8:60 P. x. .............:..:;; ....:...:. PaNtka .... ...........Leave 7:00 p. x. VVrr.T: : : A. .ti.. :aOUa.& .
A.1IOA.X.. ........... ..................... .A'tnr.. .....,. .. ....,.r.. 2:00 P. X. '
:'*"\ 2:46 A.x. ..., ,.. St. Francis .... .................. 12:45 p. x. WHOLESALE
u 680.x....t..4..l..I......:..'.........<-; ,!.*!.... Beresford ............h.:::...:..... 11:45A.. X.
M :e OA.x...........!...........,. Blue Springs .................... ". 11:00A..x,
Arrive 8:00 A.x....,..,"......,......,.. .JBanford. '. .................. .* 9.-OOA. X. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers -
ee 9:16A.x. ...,...... .,*..,"" .,.... .Enterprise.: ... .......... .9:80: ..... x. .
Also Steamer EYZBGLADX(freight only) from JnckuonvilleforAstor Mondays,Wednesdays '
and Fridays 6.p.x. Returning, leave _Astor Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 2O DEBT BAY 8TBEETH JACKSONVILLE, ,FLA.
4: at W A.x. -

.. Gea_ eral''jPaoconger:asd Ticket Office, 88/West Bay Street. I HANDLE ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE SEEDS. COUPLETS STOCK:, ,Oi.

J F. M. IReifMePlttER. Jr., na.'Pass.Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla' Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal
w.:F.esi.:'" FAT*Traveling Passenger Agent 88 West Bay 8L,Jacksonville, Fla. ,

J. O. PELOT, Frt. AIL,on'wharf,foot. Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.JSNA COTTON SEED MEAL Beth Bright art Dark.
L. H0W ABB.. Fla. Frt...Agent, foot Laura St,Jacksonville,Fla.J ,
... .A. L.B8L.IB, Bupt., foot Laura St..Jacksonville,Fla
-.MARSHAL. CLTBE* Asst.Traflc Manager 5 Bowling Green: New York.. STATE AOKBT: roB & PURE GROUND BONF,

r THEe. G.,EGEK,Trafflc Manager BogUarOreen. N. Y. J. 'E. TJrcert.a Ce.'e S
P. CLYDE CO., Genl Agents, Star' Brand Fertilizers

'' H Bush WlusrTes-"U.- ..lp lia. .I\ Bowline iirsotajX.1. QUAEA3TEED ANALYSIS MURIATE OF KXTASH

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1:1: Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.. ,. Orange "FE r.t'ILIZBB.y p KAItTIT, Era '.

These Fertilisers have no superior,in the market and a trial will convince .

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r'r. < '- .< '. ,; SUNSET HILL NURSERY

Branch Office, ,N& 729 Reynolds St.- Augusta. ., t $. Ga CATALOGUE,

t i C. D. DUNCAN, Florida! Salesman. with practical hints to beg alL with a list of all the choicest varieties of the citrus toilT grown. Peaches,
".. Pears Plums, Apricot' *,"Pertiiamo&s, Grapes and other fruit. adapted to the.
Americus Orange Tree :Fertilizer climate of Florida.' Our stock is grows on high pine land,and ir one of the fine** aad lr-
gut 111 the state. 1T JJ8 1 GROWN TO SELL. tf ANY ONE CAN SUIT YOU WB CAN.
Americus Orange, Tree No. "2, Every to..bnnL'r'pvanurcatalogue.: Free on application, Jnt.end,. your name..**.one
H. Y. "'EJIlB. ,..fI'A." 111'!1". .k. 11ft" "

",' ,Americus Ammoniated ;Bone :Superphosphate;; ,.

Anericus Pure, Bone Meal. Americus Bone and Potash. ; )
.o'! Americus Strawkrrr Fertilizer ,THE EH WEE &,

d Americus Sutohate of Potash If you want ROSES FLOWERS or SEEDS of any kind, HmnniBBHBiiBBMMSBB
:mite for WE NEW WIDE-FREE. ItwfllhelpyoaselectthcbesttufegsNEW! .
-. .._.Florida Vegetable Fertilizer.. Correct prices,careful service, whether yoa ray much,or little,or nothing,k I immaKrUL

.. '1IMo aatatseaa: .a.F.'WiateB, r Maaaarta, :rJa."DI." L Ynlght E BeIInIonr.n..| M... If you are interested in Flowers,we waat you to: hare,our Book,aad tmdenta&d our meitak
.."'. w (Jteraee 'J'1&.M.P. ,..___1.... ...... '. of bmkess. If not interested don't send ,for it, it is intended for those who plant tags:

a s* ? _aM esrrespesdsues. :to,, ..._ :,.. It d.k.vLAIC:)STILL::'" THE DINGEE & CONARD CO., WEST GROVE, PA.

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:: '.. 'THE :PLORIDL DISPATCH :FARMER AND 'gLJJJ.0i9": Fassuuy.42 18o1Y
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l odd Bone Dark and Cotton Seed Meal >;
.1\ -.:, Bright ,

f'Pure. Fine 'Ground Bone \ OJ ), Linseed' JMIealTobacco/ :

Animal Bone .Potash Stems *:
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.' Blood, Bone and Potash, Canada HardwoodriAshes! ? ,

;" Onicao-o Bone Meal, Sulphate of Potash, ,&o.GEEO. .

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:Orange. Tree: :Food: :, ,':Bearing: Tree. -

: '. C) an.Ke' Tree .Food., Young: Trees.'Vegetable .

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WILSON Gen'l,.}:Ap.t.; 22 W. Bav St., Jacksonville, Fla. J :-

Made Expressly, for the FRUIT AND TRUCK GROWERS OF FLOR IDA. "
Milwaukee-Florlda Orange 'Company -" Manufactured by the.- y

/CHOICEST,,Strains of DUtlnctive Varieties of Citrus Fruit Tree a specialty. Our stocky .' B. Darling Ferflllcer Cempaajr, JPawflMeket R. I* '! '

large'and complete. 'Prompt, attention to correspondence. For catalogue and:price II Southern Office and Warehouse, JACKSONVILLE. FLA. t
41e.: *,,. -. A. L. DUNCAN.. Manager?, Dunedin. Fin.o ,, V. H. MAC 011 B t ,K. General Sales Agent Boatwick Building. t
'.,' .... J .- Oar Fertilisers have given Universal Satisfaction the past season.. .Send tor Catalogue,
.giving price,and testimonials from some of the leading grower

'i' $ ORANGE 1891, Home:; Grown,Honest Reliable..
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R.. Gy I o8'er'yon: my"Vegetable and Flower Seed Catalogue for ::.
: ,,:. ',:,.., : ;f"" .:. 'O O .1891 FREE..Note the immensevuiety of seed it con '..
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,t!. L\".. tains,and that all the best novelties are there. Not ::.-1:
".". ., '. .. .. ,. much mere show about it(you don't plant pictures) '1.>
I'" S ED but fine engravings from photographs of scores of the a
\ choice regetables hare introduced. Would it not \'
; 4: T'L0 ,be well to get the seed of these from first hands? To be the ."
oldest firm in the United States making mail and expressbusiness ,
A Special, Complete' .Man: re. a specialty proves reliability Honest and honorable :-5." '
dealing u the only foundation this can rest on. .My Cata'i',
; !logue is FREE as usual' A matter on second page of corer will" : .
1891 interest my customers. ,J J.;:J. H.GREBOflY i 80H,KartMead,Km. .

FrOniDge.Trees. sJ, Tooogind:. Old, :Fruit Trees, and Small Fruits! JOIN.THE .. ;. .

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Producing(.. I' ,,,'a 'Healthy"Vigerous'. Growth. .and.. Bright, Firm.; Fruit' .. :IIoME'i: XN'-vm T EST: .. ft ;.,

,." -: : Tltat':Holds on Until it is Picked. v ," :"

'. .. .-,,:: ,. .." ;. ;' :. ," ", ", /I Building and .Loan Association. .Yl.

M' ,.. "FEED :THE. PLANT AND : And' 'Own 'Home. "::-:t'I."
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.,.. .. .- The terms of this Association have never been'equalled In Florida It otters terms that >>
Setestlflo reeearch,verified b/pracilcal'' experiment,*have'enabled us to determine the should.enable every man to,Instead of paying, rent to a landlord. have same' sum pay for,. ":'"
tame property In a few years It offers best terms to .
most suitable form'of plant food to produce'nof only sweet fruit (the most salable',but also +.:
weed, -\ > ** ,.; STOP A ._ .OaTGA.GE.t ; ,
B aliby ejw:; p 5$ : _c\ :
We otelra that our ORANGE GROWER returns' heTsdU In Suitable form and In proper .Write,for particulars,to the above named Association a..
time (hose constituent which frult&'abstract i,and will give larger yield ,.by stimulating 5 Everett Block Jacksonville, Fla.] : ', ':.: +
a vigorous condition of the entire plants.; Our: ORANGE GROWER- : supplies. the 'required .
el Bxpetfesee has proven that Potash'Is beat adapted the orangefiree;and cur ORANGE ,PECANS.' :. .

GROWER ooBtaatalna the largest amount,principally In the,form of sulphate. The Bone
aNd Jc more'qulekly l available.than* the*raw bone; ''being carefully dissolved; hence more KIAIE ready Large.nut.for the lroveLarge' for seedy Also, pecan tree '

readily taken by the roots of the.tree.. Many"fallurea: .are recorded with the.bone,and'we: are
led to believe that the soil of Florida has not 'the' power to dissolve bone and make plant ; &aper-shell" my. -

food of It,which abeavler\soll possesses. We have aimed to put It In the right form to yield, PIANOS. .Specialty. -
up, "pteai foodpradaaily: through'the season.. Pecan nuts, "$1 1 p"r' pound;t'' oaeuyear-old e -
It ban unquesUoaable,admitted by all that ,the, growth of aq orange tree If the trees. |1 each. ,W.lCSTUABT.Ocean .
labor of'many;years"and we can not afford to wait a whole season for the bone to be rendered UNEQUALLED IN 1J.25-2t:. Springs,Miss. r
etabto. On the other aand.the tree should not'be forced by stimulants. ,Uke fish,guano,
cqUonsood meal,(wfateb,being rich In ammonia,are eonaequen T'too forcing. Experience Too,Touch,,Workmanship 3 Durability ", ..... ...
has t'tIrtber'demon&traled .the wisdom.frequent application of fertilizers,especially on B&JtJmor.ZJand 24 East Baltimore Street/k. "" *
lighter I6 ad ,say two'or three times.a year In January,February or_March and in.June and New Washington York, 148, 817 Fifth Market Ave.Space. '3
.July. It should be scattered. broadcast: around the,trees,a little way'from'the' trunk,and as \. 4 "
far out as the. brtnchea extend,'and'should' be worked llghtly.ln the soil, About one-half V l 9* i wt
pound should be applied to;young trees when first set outwOI'klng: thoroughly Into the soil, : UNDEROFFER

that H may trot come in contact'with'the.tender rooti. Another halr-po D4'. should be scattered ,: PIA! f' ;4.
around the tree,after it is set out,on the surface,and raked in.:
Older trees should be treated at follows: Two pounds for second year,three pounds for OftGA! 1 r ."
third year,Increasing the quantity a pound a year:entll the tree Is lent+yean old. A full y- t
In ,SepUmb
bearlag'grove'should'have-from ,-to 2,000 pounds per acre. BUT October aM pay wbm '

Seed for pamphlet. aid.prices;and all other information. to- crop* are told. Spot Cask l'lS"PEN. .
i 5' Prices.PUilER TIle Imw.st bon.J..uua. "
A. M. BOND, GeneraI'AEClt., ; .oubc doffs.b.laa.sDea.mberlMb. BREEDER ai' t
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'BOWKEI FERTILIZER CO. J Jacksonville .Fla.NURSERIES au entire rtock-nyi *k- Aden White:and! Silver Wy&l tte .
.? ;:. pri e cr ItJIe. BEST 8 mner ,
offer we ever ma4Write '
rt ,Plymouth ,Rocks, S. G. LtgU1'll,
for Cfrealar- .
\ OF THEM lUALE I IB90 (8UMME&OFFER 189O.lUDDENl aM'Pekia.D ,t ,.'

BATES Eggs from choice selected stock at all times. '.
SAVANNAH" ,.OA. Choice Fowl at reasonable prteec. ..
i I wau"kee-FlbVida e Orange Qo.5Iitftf The Three-Dollar Boae.aDd Sbell 11 sad*
"" Poultry Clover Cutter. Prairie state Inca '-* .-i.;"
> ; baton and Brooders. Circulars free.

Selected... strata of Cbeieest VartcUee of. Citrus Fruit Tree a Speetelty E. W. AM8DEN, Ormood,F1&. '. :.
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,- ., BaddiI3gWood- for sale at. aU.timeS., ;: ,

oar s4eek to large and eoapieie. PRoMPT. ATTENTION. TO CORRB8PONDENCE. For Fitting young mea for'the active'dutid life. illiEi1E .
1 ';11. : : : :: Chartered by the .legislature of,Virginia;and /, ,
i:, \ and Price-LAM address endorsed Chamber of Commerce: Council ..
CftUlogue >. by.the ; ;
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.. t'.1< to ;W?'"" :",- ._ and prominent citizens of the citywhereloeated. 'to fIef'1l1W1,JOUI',taiddle..geA, \
: DUNCAN Dunedin Fla. F.or catalogue,circular and testimonials,address EEI!., C.1 aDd old;postage paid. Ad4rea1io j
A. L. Manager, I.GfDUMSMOKS.President,Staunton,Va. oae.CoI1iaibu. oeBofiee..aM.,
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