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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 19, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
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t' L ORANGE FOR GROVE SASE, ( TRY HASTINGS' SEEDS.: SPECIALTY IN GRAPE VINES. -- 1 t


';. 1 One and one-half miles from Peru,PI*.,one* ChaacelM Luttlchan,best and by weela 1
It' half mile from Alafla river. 110 bearing trees
the earUest market In Florida.
in first-claw condition, ,16 to 18 yean old. They are the best. They are grown for use in the South. grape i

Good water,healthy locality. Tract containing They are adapted to our Florida soil and climate. Give them a Write for Catalogue.H. I

7J acres. Address, P. M., Peru, Fla. VON LUTTICHAXJ,
trial. Our new catalogue for 1890-91 will be sent on application 12-4-4t Earleton.Fla.NURSERY. I

ei, MMoon's ERSI' H. G. HASTINGS &. CO., .. ..

FAR Seedsmen and Florists. Intrelachen, Fla. C LLDRSLIE ORANGII I

Patent Plow-Colter and Gauge beats .-
the world. Adjustlble to any Plow, one or Only 300 yards from depot.)
,two horn Haves 20 per cent. in labor lor Thousands of tweet seedlings two to fire rears
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man and beast, and. enables yon to turn any : SAVE TIME AND MONEY.START old, from seed directly from the famous Tucker
Splendid selection of budded tree' thora-
kind of grass,vines or weeds completely out flrrore. i
'' ot sight, GUAKAITTKKD. Bend for circular. less Washington and otherwise.Navel Tangerine Maltese Oral Peerleo Med.Sweet, Baymoad JaSa .
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*z MOON COLTER MFG.CO.Agents Sweet and others The last named Is a new aad .j
wanted. Huntsville,Ala. RIGHT AND KEEP 'RIGHT by buying your vinesof splendid variety, early and sweet. Our prices ass
the lowest. Try us and you: will purchase.;
those who have had experience and have MADE A SUCCESSOF Address, J.C.8UMNEB.Manage
n.o. .
& RIPLEY Care E.A.FAVU,Ellmile Pasco Co
BLAKE IN SOUTH FLORIDA and who will
GRAPE CULTURE
.,' AGENTS .WRARNE1TSSS. J.H.BABBITT. *
give full instruction as to planting and care of vines. 1964.
,FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE: .
YOUNG & BAILEY BROS.
HAYNES, r
4 57 CHATHAM ST., BOSTON. BARNETT AGENTS.
State Agents for the Niagara White Grape Companies' Superior Vines,
Price Catalogues of weekly sales furnished
oa application. and Green Mountain, FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.JTDlml \.

.. NIAGARA VILLA. : {) Commission, Fruits and Tegttabltt* s

SAITTA, SON & CO., Box 492; Orlando, Fla. Prompt returns. Stencils on application. .;
b 1 JAS. 159 South Water Street.Chicago.
E : J IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION
FALL AND WINTER SEASON 1890 AND 1891. ESTABLISHED 1879.RM. .
I. MERCHANTS. -
Agents for Georgia,Carolina and Missouri E.T.PAINE. J.; OVERTON PAINE BURROWS, & CO.,
r "*melon ''900 cars received yearly. LeadersIn COMPANY
THE PAINE FERTILIZER COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Bananas and Florida Oranges. Consignment ,
*solicited. Quickest and best returns. For the sale of Oranges,Lemons and Banana,
Reference: Whole fruit trade, Masonic JACKSONVILLE, ,FLORIDA.
Bank,and Co. Exchange Hank. 64 AND 66 PROSPECT ST., CLEVELAND, O.
Pittsburgh, Pa.,9Z6to 934 Liberty avenue. Office 50 West Bay Street, Warehouses and Wharves at the terminus the F. C.& P. R. R., Ample storage and refrigerators. Correspondence -
New York, N. *., 88 Park Place and 258 St.Johns River, East Jacksonville. solicited. Stencils furnished.
,f Washington street. References-Mercantile National Bank: Wm. Edwards
t f Philadelphia, Pa., Jas. Saltta, 11 and IS Manufacturers of Commercial Fertilizers.Wholesale ft;Co Wholesale Grocers; Child,Oroff it Co*
Dock street. Wholesale! lkoots-and Shoes; Bradstreet and R.0.
Dun&Co/s Mercantile Agencies; "Ohio FarmsruCleveland.
dealers In and Importers of all kinds of Agricultural Chemicals. .

POl\IONA\ WHOLESALE NUR- Send us your name and we will mall you from time to time much general Information M. BOEHMER & CO. ,
y SERIES, regarding successful orange and vegetable culture In Florida. W ,

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t MACCLENNV, BAKER CO., FLA. The Finest Recommendation to be Obtained in the State.-Florida Experiment Station. Jas. P. No.625 Liberty Ave.,

t GR.IFFINQ A; BRADLEY, PROPRIETORS. DePass,Director. PITTSBURGH, PA.
LAKE FLA.,Oct.291890. I
CITY,
:?Propagators of a general line of fruit trees adapted Merchants, Dealers in Foreignand
Commission
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.to Florida and the Gulf States, Florida grown peach MESSRS. E.T. PAINE A; SON. Dear Sirs-I have used your"Orange Tree F on my Domestic Fruits. Oranges in car lota a
and Oriental plum specialties Fifty varieties of grove for two year and'my trees are growing very finely. It Is an excellent fertilizer and I .
peach and fifteen of plum 'Peach on both peach can recommend it nvut highly. Yours truly, JAS. P.DEPASS. specialty.Consignments solicited
n' *ad Marlanna plum roots. Apricots, nectarine, and correspondence }
Oct
: fiends,pecans. Jenntng's'l'lorldv apple etc., No TAMPA FLA., 20,1890. Reference.German National Bank.
f. agents employed. Correspondence solicited. MESSRS.E.T. PAINS&SON. Gentlemen am so far satisfied wIth the results obtainedby s
the use of your 'Grange Food" Fertilizer, of which I used over 60 tons the pAst season. W. SHERMAN & CO.,
My fruit is very firm and heavy. Five years continuous use of this brand shows that it pro- L
PATENT GRAZING MUZZLE duces a thin tough>sklnned fruit which carries to market: under average conditions ex- BOSTON .
cel'ent shape Not one bad order"report did 1 receive the past season. The wood growth
obtained by the use of your fertilizer is not as great as by some others, but is HEALTHY and RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA FRUITS.
Allows stock of all kinds to graze and prevents J. M. WATROU8.ZT .
CERTAIN. Yours truly, References: Dr. Henry Foster,Oviedo,Fla.
browsing. Trees and. shrubs fully pro- Reed Fla. First
Capt. B F. Whltner, Fort ;
tected. National Bank. Ban ford. Fla; 8.P.Sllgh,
z References S. B. Hubbard&Co., Jackson- S .A. E1 O -CFI.: 1\lI: N EJBy Lady Lake, Fla.; J. W Roberts, Orange
".. a vllle. Bend, Fla ; Dr L. L.Newsom,Crescent City,
." Price,f L25 each at factory.MOREMEN. Fla.: Fourth National Bank, Boston; H.

.-.' ,.',J; Switzerland A CO.,"Fla., bnyill! Millor, LiDDincott, t E & CO'S O a } "CULTURATOR""VEGETATOR" Harris S.A Co.PALMER, Boston. t


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4. BEACH & SON. Complete Fertlllxers for Vegetables and Fruit Trees. Analysis and prices upon application. 166 READE ST., NEW YORK.
J.
i ; BAKER BROS, State Agents.
.t1' NURSERYMEN, GEO. W. BAKER'S ROTTED BONE MANURE, Decomposed with Potash. 25 per SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY. .
ton delivered. Guaranteed Analysis. Send for Catalogue and samples. Oranges,Lemons, Pineapples, and aU other
PALATKA, FLA. BAKER BRO,Special Agents, Palm Springs, Fla. Fruits and early truck, also, dried fruits,
LOW PRICES off TOBACCO STEMS IN CAB LOTS nuts furs,etc.All .
'Trees and Plants of all kinds suited to this consignments promptly remitted for.
Stencils and market reports furnished free.
oMmate. Camphor trees a specialty. ,Also DEI.AWKAE, IVES, CTTNTI1IANA, NORTON, References: Bradstreets and established

,? Japan Chestnuts, Pecans andJ'apan.Perllm- NIAGARA I EATON, mOYER, and all leading and new varieties merchants: and banks of the South.
s I
0 of grape vines,Native and Foreign. T B. MAXFIELD & CO.,

saoas.ROOFING. HIGHEST STANDARD J I C 75 & 77 PARK PLACE, NEW YORL

;; EQUAL TO ANY I INFERIOR TO NONE! Receivers of Florida Orange Lemons,Grape

GUM-ELASTIC ROOFING FELT cost DIAMOND I For price list,and estimate with special discounts on Fruit and Tangerines.
cal j tt.GO per leo nqoare feet. Makes good large orders,address, STRICTLY FANCY FaulT,BOTH II QUALITY
reef for yean,and can put it on. Bend AND PACKING' IS OUR HOBBY. .
knap for sample andkU rtloularl.gUK E., UBOIS, Manager, Stencils furnished tree.
ErsRoFI1co' Co.:, and ,Tallahassee, Fla. Re-tere-nce-Chatham National Bask,1C.. T..;.
Vineyards
Nurseries
88 fc il West Broadway,'New York. San Luis and Andalusia ,J'a.A.Harris CUm, FlA.

.. *#. Local Agents Wanted.- Send for price list of FLORIDA WINES. Prompt returns on all coaslgnmefit


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142 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH FABMERJAND FRUIT-GROWER. ,,: .Y... .; : .[FEBRUARY 19,'1891,

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With the Magnificent Connections. .


The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South. 1



The attention of shippers directed to the Pant S. 8. Line between Havana,Key West and Tampa,and mth Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford,8.,F.&W.By.between '
Jacksonville,Gainesville,.Balnbridge, River Junction and Savannah,Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Philadelphia,Boston and New
York,and Merchants and Mlnen Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore The best equipped,fastest and most prompt lines between all points In Florida and all
points North and Northwest. Be aelvecs and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connections: '
fORTH BOUND. SOUTH BOUND.
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup; Balnbridge and Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Bainbridge.SaTallll&h. r
Jeanp and Savannah to all points in Florida;fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jack-
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern,Interior sonville,Callahan and Live Oak.
sad Coast points,. including New York,Boat on, Philadelphia,Baltimore,Washington and Four ship a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
Pro11denoe. New York(New Pier 33,North River,)direct for Savannah Monday,Wednesday, Friday and
Four connections a week for New York via OceanSteamablpCompanyleaving: Savannah Saturday. i
Mondays' Wednesdays,Fridays and Saturdays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston Feb. 9,
Two connections a week for Baltimore,via Merchant and Mlnera'Transportation Com- 13,17.21,25 and 28 for Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fastfreight
payleav-lng Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. trains for all points in Florida.
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company,leaving SavannahFeb. From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,leaving Philadelphia Feb.9,19,:Mar.1,and
.8,7.11,15,19,28,27. every five days from regular sailing day via New York to Savannah.
Connections for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., every Tuesday and
Savannah Feb.14 and 24. Friday, making close connection with 8., F.A W.Ry.for all polntsln Florida.
galling days for Steamships are subject? to change without notice.

".. The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best freight route from all points North,East and Weft to Florida. For full particulars,rates,stencils and shipping receipts apply to t
Mail agent of the above lines,or to WM.P.HARDEE,Genl Freight Agent,Savannah,Ga. Y
a D.OWENS,Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga. W. M.DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent, Jacksonville,Fla.
J.A.BPOTTSWOOD,Trav.Agt.,Gainesville Fla. J.P.JORDAN,Trav.Agent,Quincy. J.E.DRATTON,Trav. Agent, Jacksonville. J.H.STEPHENS,Agent,Jacksonville.:


Established 1856., 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery

ONE ACRE UNDER GLASS. CUT WORMS GRASSHOPPHRS CATERPILLARS :



FRUITLAND I NURSERIES I THE _SEMINOLE INSECTICIDE AND CUT WORM

DESTROYER will kill the cut worm, destroy the grasshopper ;

Augusta Georgia. exterminate the caterpillar and all other insects that '

We offer for Fall and winter delivery an Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental tree, feed on and destroy the young vegetables and plants. Vege E
Roses,Palma,etc.. suited to Florida. All the new Peaches lately originated in Florida.
Also superb stock of Evergreens,Camellias,Greenhouse plants,etc. table and truck growers should investigate the merits of this ;
Our products have been tested in Florida for thirty-three years past. Catalogues free. wonderful preparation.For .

No. AIieB't Addreae,
general information, prices, circulars, etc., address,
P. J. BRRGKMANS ..
THE SEMINOLE INSECTICIDE CO.,
Ga.ETJSTIS .
.. Augusta _Bo;:218. Jacksonville, Fla.. ;
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: : NURSERIES, JOHN CLARK SON & CO.

11s Lake County, Fla.,

Offer tor sale lor immediate planting GROCERS AND GOIIISSION&f l


A FINE ,STOCK OF ORANGE AND LEMON TREES DEALERS IN- __

Ome ana two year buds;eholeert varieties,all grown on pine land. Coal Hay Grain Wines Liquors Cigars Tobacco Etc '
My Nurseries were entirely uninjured by the March freeze. Plant now during the rainy ,

18M. B. Write toJ'peo&a1>,*. JACKSONVILLE,PLA.
G. H. NORTON.
PRICE LIST OF WHISKEY.
Parker.._--_____.11.75 J. Martin n.e---t3.00"
SUNSET HILL NURSERYCATALOGUE Orange Valley_____ 2.OO Virginia Gladen_____'.4.0O5.0O
MpritigVmllay+ ____._ 2.50 I OldBourbonKentaclcjr ______ rte'x.
North Caro IDa Corn___ 2 5OJHLontroae Sour Jtlasb__. 5.OO
Clifton Cltib.....___.__ Old Baker. ..____ 5OO
Velvet. ...__.....'&OO. :
with practical'hint*to beginners,is worth sending for.. It contains valuable Information to Jas; extra: 1 gallon 25c., 2 gallon 5Oc., 3 gallon 75c. hilt by poet office, '
of the citrus Peaches,
SJL varieties
with a list of all the choicest flunlly grown.
Peat, Plums, Apricot, Persimmons, Grapes and other fruit adapted. to the money order, check or registered letter. We cannot ship C. O.D. to dry towns. v-
climate of Florida. Our on high: pine land and Irene of the 'finest and larM A complete price list of Groceries, and Wine list, sent free OB applic tiag. '' .
GBOwSTTO IF ANY ONE CAN BUTT YOU WE CAN.f
t tet e State. IT IS SELL.
Erery' of afeouM have our eat&l FIERCE application. Just send your name for one, -John Olark, Son & Co.
K. *Indian Springe. Lake County* 'f .

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.;, I lasting" than the other? Is it'not more I benefit to Mr. Davis, if it is late '!ir I I roots of the trees from the hot sun, but "

Qrove and Orchard likely that this quality was due to the getting, 'to him. Our paper was mis furnish ammonia and other' fertilizers\

-.- .............. -"" -. i presence of a full complement of'necessary placed and reached us' late. but it.is when turned under. The system .1_
Causes of:Dieback.. elements originally in the soil i? better hte than never. which I have heretofore pursued upon ,

Editor Farmer and FrnJt-O rower:' The hammock soil, being composed MOLLIE J. DEPEW. my place in Hillsborough county, in ,J

I have read'with interest Indicator! largely of vegetable matter, would' Manatee, FlaPineapples your State, has been to keep the r"

7 article touching.dieback. .My twenty naturally be lacking in an adequate 1.4 ground constantly stirred during the >

.years1 experience in orange culture mineral basis.-ED. in Manatee County. months ot March, April and May, and ';

t. ,convinces.me that overstimulation by Editor Farmer and Fruit Grow en' in June to sow broadcast with cowpeas, :
nitrates, either applied,or found naturally Budding Lemons and Limos. My experience in the culture,of the then in the fall turn under just before '.

; i in the'soil}, produces it. Editor Farmerand Fruit Drawer. pineapple is very limited consequently!] the peas mature. Now I ask this ques-
4 definitely can give but,a brief article on its cul tion How would it do in
: .The>analysis of his soil accords.with i. I am not prepared to answer : to sow peas
.observations. The nitrates'in the Mr. H. F. Davis, of Bowling ,tivation. I have but a few dozen March or April and turn under in -
my ..
.L old portion of his grove had been consumed Green, as it is a new place, and our plants) which I cultivate in the following June; and sow again in peas in June {1

.largely by the crops ;of corn,.. atlas of 1886 docs not show it, and as manner: I select the highest and and turn under in the fall? Is it bet y
have of Florida I dryest land I have and slightly ridge ter to this to the
cotton and cane. I not a new map am adopt plan, or pursue J
Green. the rows, making them four feet apart,, above mentioned? Or in other ;
locate
unable
.' ,: The newly: cleared. hammock; by to Bowling one ,
will i if he buds his and work in a liberal supply of farm words is it better
its dense hardwood growth shadingthe Nevertheless I say, to plow frequently
lime he should bud manure or ,cotton seed meal; any in the to the land in
soil for ages, stored away nitrates. stock to lemons' spring, or put .
collar the lime,is much kind ,of fertilizer will do as well. ? An in nextissue
The :2.46 per cent, of phosphoric acid them at the as peas answer your {
does not 'necessarily render it phosphate more tender than the lemon, but is Then I set the plants one foot aparton will be awaited with interest 1

sick, but simply liberates in very thrifty, and will thrive in low, tbe ''ridges, aDd mulch heavily often"as: on WM. C. MCLEAN.
and between the ridges .
abundance nitrogen from its several wet lands. The common lime is a as Grenada Miss,

bases, giving over-stimulation, followed good stock to bud the orange on, twice a year with pmestraw, which The best growers discourage the

by dieback. especially where the land is low and prevents all weeds fr.om starting as practice of turning under green manures

If: this, new section of soil was wet, but would ,advise budding at or well as supplying a liberal amountof for fruit trees; it sours the land I

planted in corn, cotton or,cane, a rem below the ground,in localities where it plant food, as it continually de and makes the trees ."french." In

edy no doubt would. follow, as such frosts.V hen budded as above described composes.All order to raise two crops of cowpeas in

crops are large consumers of nitrogen. the lime stock can be covered the care'necessary for a large one, season you would have to turn .
fruit is
of and to keep
On a plot of land where neither fire upand protected against' frost., growth plants with under the first crop too green. If your
them well mulched pinestraw
nor other disturbing causes had 2. I think Tahiti Lime a very fine cultivation needed. trees are young your present system is
which includes all
interfered ,with the. forest debris for fruit, thin skin and as full of delicious about as good as you ,could pursue
A drouth duration does not
nearly forty years I saw this experi juice as an egg is of meat. ThereforeI them Qf when long treated in this man- probably, but as soon,as they begin to
..rience. Its ,owner presumed that he would'recommend budding the injure bear well they should not be plowedat

had a soil lasting as eternity, to speak Tahiti Lime on common lime stockin ner. A. FLETCHER. all, but cultivated lightly once a

;--'figuratively, but six or seven consec- preference to either lemon or Braldentown,118.. J. year (twice at the outside) and receivea

utive crops wore it out for corn, cot orange, that is, if the grove is far > < moderate application of some good

,ton or other ordinary Southern crops, South or in the Lake regions where it The Chinquapin as a Stock. commercial fertilizer. They ought to

that.consume so largely this element. is free from frost. Editor Farmer and Fmlt-Orower. receive a little even while young, to

The party' also 'owned an adjoining', 3. I do not understand Mr. Davis I wish to.say to Mr. Robert Reid, give them a hard wood growth and

plot, but separated by a lar public: when he asks: "how many stocks mustI of Palm Springs, Fla., that I do not render them less susceptible to frost.

road. During his recollection, (and leave?" Perhaps his stocks are in think grafting the Spanish chestnut on Constant manuring with cowpeas will

he.was a grandfather)) fire had almost stools. If so, leave only one stock.If the chinquapin will make the tree make the wood rather soft.-ED.

annually burned it over.. The surprise his stock is five years old he mightdo short-lived. I do not know much of t .

was, this proved the most lasting. well to bud in the limbs, as the the chinquapin in Florida; but I do Fine Science of Every Day Facts
The answer was found in the retifrn of bark on the main stock will be much know that it is not short-lived in Southwestern

potassium, phosphoric acid and calcium thicker than it is on the limbs above. Virginia, for when I was a Editor Farmer Prof.and FruitOrower.When Hubbard fired that last
essential But if his stock has been sawed off five old I picked nuts
oxide by the fires, three little girl, years of his "The conversion of
big
ingredients of plant food, besides near the ground and has sprouted out from chinquapin trees, and when I was gun through, the Agriculturist
sulphates" ,
the of the he bud old I
others. at top stump may twenty-four years picked nuts:
it scared me so bad I was afraid I
The farmer, the fruit-grower and three sprouts at as nearly equal distances from the same trees, and they did not would over it but as the
never
get ;
the State enjoy a boon in the discovery apart as he can get them show any signs of death. I don't knowif of the has about
--I scent powder evapo.
in such great abundance of one of around the tree or stump, trimming all the above will serve our friend as an rated and the whistle of the ball has

.the important: \ elements of plant food other sprouts away. When the buds answer to his query or not, but am unable died out I venture, but timidly, on the
in the different grades of phosphate. are one- or two feet tall he can braid to say more at present. field
While the' equalities not themtogether'' and they will soon M. J. D. again.
<<; lower may Many of our mutual friends think,
compensate for shipment, yet their make a large treeas they will all grow Manatee, Fla.
it to
doubt quietus me.
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mechanical
: organization Now.I admire Mr.H., also Mr. Phelpsandtlr.
Fruit Trees.
manufacturedinto same tree. Another reason for this Green Manure for
be
they can cheaply
: Hart, as I understand themto
fertilizers, answering: for all purposes way: of budding is this: where the old editor Farmer and FrultQrowtr: the horticultural doc
The stock has been sawed off and the "It goes without saying" that thor- preach same
'for local consumption.
trine and I love'the study of "my
is
cultivation absolutely necessary ,
all trimmed off one ough
writer predicts. that in the near future sprouts are except science I hare not become
factories will. dot the landscape with and this one is budded, it is very' to produce large crops of oranges; though
back "all
offand the tree injured., But and that is especially true during the proficient enough ,to go on
I ,fruit easily split
-profitable advantage: asa:
and the authorities of the past" I hardly
months of March April May-
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hand when three
; am ,flattered at the prospect.: on the other sproutsare whichwe
grower think the analogies of nature on
,\ I have read in books ,
and braided they the dry'season.
budded together
.May our Legislature, soon to convene,
that can place our figures to an appar-
off fair means.I and in agricultural newspapers I
Wand 'progressive 'men enco'urage this will not split by any
be thrust
ant certainty, are to hastily
in summer or sowing cowpeas -
think Tahiti lime on mulching ,
C. budding
'matter.. A. L.
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substitutefor aside. I understand Mr. Hubbard'sscience
is excellent
OraaeftBjtfinr,'Fla.,"Feb. ii,i1.) common lime stock is a success, as I thickly, an I his
that he take
The vines' of the to say can
that the fact ofbunting have budded quite a number withouta plowing. peas t
.Uiiti; pr&bable mere
in vest thus
: and the fertilizers out one pocket
the ground ,
i rendered one;plot ,"more miss. I hope this will be of J some not only protect

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:, ." 'doing away with the, great wagon or rows of twenty-seven trees .eacH, twen- the coast counties. In time the lower removed as impair the symmetry of
'cart in ,which our fathers were want ty-two 'feetapart.' .,i jon) the, hexagonal branches hung down:decidedly in the the tree and threaten to overburden it ,
to haul theirs. And' ,, I would caution plan,jn'n mber*837 trees. Had these way of horse work, as they became with fruit, and, likewise those that
those in this fine work not been, planted in squares twenty-two feet burdened with fruit and had to be cutoff may start to grow in --somewhat horizontal -
-.- to move hastily in, the line indicated, I apart;; there_ would have been .about ;; the long; exposed stem became direction outside of the three .
for fear they, may be able to', bringtheir' I 729 trees; :the difference is 108 ,trees seriously affected with sunburn on the main branches and their\proBgs.
:crops back in; the other. vestpocket ,in favor of the hexagonal system. southwest side. They stand "monu- In,the third year the tree has attain j

as the Irishman,,said to his lord. Suppose you get 100 pounds of fruit ments of my ignorance." After grafting ed the shape it is ever, after to keepa
So:TUBS the story told(by our?Col.; Liv;: per annum from each tree, :"these extra 'some undesirable varieties by' short trunk less than one foot

ingston on the* reading'.of the great article 108 trees on the ten-acre: tract-so- I sawing to a stump about three feet high, having no.central stem,,beyond, i
;. referred to. But rather let us alledwill: yield five tons of fruit, a high, I was strongly impressed with and from' along its summit branches :
9 fashion after the old cumbersome plan difference that will well-nigh pay the the'kind of top formed by the four or divergent at an angle of about30 degrees a
; .qoI nature and' the "burthensome cost of cultivation.The five J
routine branches from the scions inserted. strong to support !their destined ,
-. ot: stock:farming;" 'and:the"heavy 'use of a: planting ard.and"the They formed an acute angle with the I, weight, not declined so as to interfere ':
shoveling of composts,,but ]let us,supplement process of stakin g to make,ready for perpendicular of the tree, making such with your work':of cultivation and not
J A. the same,with the addition of digging the tree-holes are doubtless trees the easiest to work near with a needing to be removed 'as would be ;
;. the chemical sulphates. mentioned, by familiar, or can. be so. ,All the holes horse, and the tree most symmetrical.When the case.when age and length and ;
"' the 'Professor. should be dug \before beginning to I planted again, I cut'! at once many annual loads would bear down- t
i.: I have, in view and in ,vogue, a ,system plant, unless two'sets of workmen are the tops of all the young trees knee- ward branches'supported' on one long '
,, ;. of grove culture which I think employed If the sides'of the holes high from the ground, growing them central trunk. r.,
: rather to be recommended than the should become dry before the tree is without a central stem, forming easilya The fruit-producing spurs have ever
"new idea," as most people, learn planted, a cement, ,has formed which far better and more useful and a tendency to grow up and beyond i
...? slowly' and some of my neighbors seem should be broken before the hole is healthy tree. I had really made an reach, and for this reason the heavy I '#
,never to learn at all. My idea is simple filled. Openings two feet across and improvement on my old method and cutting back of the first two years
but clean culturists can't 'catch two feet deep with the bottom loosened shaped a tree fitted to stand the burning was done) to bring the fruit wood 1.
on_ ,",.except,'onto the' wrong end. I shovel l deep make good home.for the. sun without harm. and allow the, nearer the' base of the tree and the l- ';t!
f;. ",simply fashion after ''nature, ,and the new tree; in sanay soils as small a noie horse to approach without damage in aim should be to keep it there, not ;J SI
.if;I' *)lesson of the forests and the evidence as will receive the roots is good enoughand making water furrows, and in after pruning the prongs of the tree'clean, 4
\\0 ,,;' of back-yard orange culture.: Nature ,a larger is no better. cultivation, while I was at the time but thinning out so that the branches *
never uses, raw chemicals nor turns I In lieu of the soil which
top may unaware that' extensive growers were may not die, and shortening the re- 1
soils upside down, or wrong side up have been placed on one side in dig- using a similar method. mainder that fruit buds form.
:,"y:nmore, than once in a million or two of ging, to replaced about the roots, I traIn the stem to a single cane in These fruit spurs along may the larger j|I

:; t.years. Does she-say, does she? it may answer to break down the surface the nursery, and j just after planting I branches 'of the tree'should be ''left on f
':r'ik". That's. enough for one dose! earth round about the holes to fill cut them all off at a.uniform heightI prune and apricot trees especially.The .
WM. .P.. NEELD. the bottom and supply the first nutriment then said two feet, but r.ow I think maIn trunk of the prune and j

.';, ;-. Finding, February*101891.. to the roots.. All soil filled back twelve inches better. When the apricot could well be grown four .
'':" should be free from lumps and put in young growth, which will appear inches longer-that,is, 16 inches-to
',* Planting, and Pruning' Deciduous' gradually, one man holding the tree chiefly from latent buds on the re- afford room for the attachment of the t
"' Fruit Trees. and spreading the roots and two shoveling maining lower part of the stem, is a main forks, for in the prune there
,. ,I Mr. C. R. Paine, an experienced I ; the one who holds the tree few inches long, I select from threeto should be a greater number of '
prongs
.,;r': fruit-grower, read the following paper should cut out ,the broken roots and five shoots-preferably three in the and in the apricot the limbs should
f, before the Redlands Horticultural So- trim the ends of all the
larger roots peach-near the
<' top, leaving a spaceof grow out so independent of each other i
*'. ciety; California, and the parts we unless they have formed a callus. Of several inches between them, and that there may be little danger of
<:tifr', : ,quote below are equally applicable to"Florida course care should be taken, especially pinch, back all the others below, form- splitting down as the brittle character
;.r If' : late in the-season,. that the roots are ing a tuft .or rosette of leaves, whose of its wood tends to make it.
:' .... In laying'off"a ten-acre: block for not long exposed during the work. presence will aid in the developmentof This system of training is so simple
planting trees, leave border all around The tree should be' planted the and
only as i young tree serve to shade I and so easily followed from to
-*,of"at least twelve feet for.turning teams deep as it' stood in the nursery. If the trunk. There is nothing more year that an ordinary workman year
l' may
and cultivation of outside rows; stinginess planting is done without water, greatercare important in the treatment of the tree follow it and uniform effects be -
';', in this respect is always regretted. must be taken to pack the earthin in this climate than the last named The trees escape sunburn produced. ;

!.. / Perfect accuracy of alignment' of all the spaces between the roots, point of shade to the trunk. I would and the resulting attacks of.borers, the "\
rows in every ,direction is so satisfac- particularly beneath the center of the rather let the whole stem be envelopedwith fruit is more accessible, shorter ladders -
tory, and lessens so much the hard tree; soil shoveled into the hole to forma its unchecked growth than allowit are used, fewer are needed
hoeing after the horsework is done, mound on the bottom before placing to be scalded by the direct and re teams can work more props freely ,
among
that you must secure it, even if you the tree will serve the purpose. When flected glare of the heat, and its bark the trees, and the renewal of the "
have to employ an expert. Methods the work is complete only dry, loose tunneled the
;'. by busy borer, for thisis whole top by heavy cutting back of i
of laying off an orchard have been earth should surround the tree on the sure death to the of future
......... prospects the principal limbs is postponed or
frequently published and be readi- surface.
can
profit from deciduous fruita e. Artificial rendered needless. After-methods of
ly understood and applied, and I need All these and other details of plant protection of paper,'" cloth or I treatment of the full-grown tree are ;
'not, ,therefore, be explicitOn ing needful to insure success may be thin boards must be used where shade bfeyond the province of this
upland soils twenty feet apart is rapidly done. No necessary care or enough is not grown.I 1.1 paper.
," '". a good,distance for peaches, wider on attention to minutiae in handling or repeat this work several times Pleas nt to the taste surprisingly quick In
.,.' lowland, while twenty-five 'feet is bet- protecting the tree should be omitted. during the season of growth and it is effect and economical In price-no wonder
'.': ter for ,apricots and prunes, which Attention to details is a large elementof a very speedy operation. The follow- that Dr. Ball's Ctfush; Syrup li the leading
preparation of Its kind.
: ;when fruiting, ,have a broader spread. success in the greatest enterprises.The ing season I cut back these three
: However, if I were planting a block death of the tree or slowness of shoots to stubs, and not all of the "Oh,coy! woman and bard,In thy to please.hoar" of With ea-children, uncertain

'j:,of, two ,kinds, twenty-two feet would development will attest the faults of same length, but varying from,four to burt,long hours she spent. Do try Salvation t.
? answer, if the trees were grown stocky; your work. In buying your stock ac- eight inches, for the double purposeof Oil,the liniment.
,"'f and ,the stubby form is the fruitful' cept no tree with knotty roots; plentyof making these limbs stocky to bear
form. good roots'''is of prime importance. their future burdens of fruit and of STRAWBERRIES.We
r:.:, When the distance, ,between trees is Yearling buds are better for the inexperienced controlling the shape of the tree. .
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not lees than twenty feet, I. would always than dormant, which in Shortly a quantity of young growth make the original Virg'nia
employ ''the hexagonal or triangular the hands of the old rower do well. will cluster about each of these short
Ventilated
: method arrangement. Cultivation The method of treating these little stubs, which can be thinned out by Fruit Carriers for
s. and 'driving about are not trees the first season lays the founda- thumb pruning to two shoots to each Strawberries and Tomatoes. If

,..hindered, as I know from my own tion for their after shape; the first two of the three branches, tending you want fancy prices for your
1 .' orchard; very, tree is equidistantfrom years is the formative period, and the i obliquely upward from inside buds Tomatoes, ship, them in a No.
every other and, better than all mistakes of early treatment can never mostly; these will make lusty growth, 41 or a No.42 Ventilated Carrier.
in a':business point of view, fifteen per I be'remedied without serious loss. which should be cut back to about '
'. cent more trees can be planted to the I When I first planted a little peach 12 inches. The ,next season the Early Strawberries in a No. 34
same area. To illustrate:, In one ten- orchard of, a few acres, I shortenedthe branches should be shortened about or 36 Crate.. Catalogues, prices
acre tract I :have, with streets cut off side branches and let the tree grow 18 inches, and every succeeding winter and samples free on application
,OB two sides, as is always done here with central trunk
just as Eastern the wood grown the previousseason Southside Mfg. Co.
: and a border left unplanted, as I have growers do, and as others still do here, should he pruned back at leastonehalf ,

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'k : ; : on.your bearing canes or the smallest growth will be obtained ;than if they reasonably expecttwo bunches of
tt rt; :0:tnre 1Cmei d ; and less perfect bunches ;on some were bent down_ and tied horizontallyto grapes, which gives us forty-four

.1r:1:! .:_ '_ ,- ,_ ..: ..; ._.. 1' ;;. '.. shoots. ,the lower wire, :1S.is generally prac bunches per vine-a sufficient yield to
: t..nJ. ,.t.J. "" .. _'", .t..1. Now would be the time to 'speak of ticed. When all the buds have putout satisfy anybody.At .

-':J:"....* i Pruning:Y": and: ..Training'4tahefFfromDuoi- ; ; summer pruning, if we had to resort to young shoots, select the five or the next pruning remove altogether ,
'4 1[This: j j is, '. "vGrap i < it, but I think that here in Florida six best ones-in preference to those' the canes D (Fig. 4)), and cut

Growing andS ine Making i ) Flori:". vines will thrive better without. I growing upright-and tie them up to the canes C down to three buds,;as

r ; ::da:1: with i the,omission_ .. __of.afew, : para,,;' fO'und.that. even on the most vigorous the trellis according to their growth. before repeating' the same operation
"gap Jf vines the pinching of the fruit branches The dotted lines in Fig. 3 indicate the, every year.. If you notice that

: : .9St..of the Labrusca.yarieties.suclas "( .h will cause the leaves of the vines to one of the old arms begins to fail,

[ the: Concord,: Iysf, Martha, PerkinsjCliainpk turn yellow and shed sooner than they .' shorten: it: back to the first vigorouscane

: n, etc:), .and some of.[..Rogers: ", would have done if all th *Iimbs'had P ,which you will bend down on

Hybrids, (Goethe, Lindley";,. Wilder,: been allowed to grow unchecked., The coc the wires to replace the part of the old

",etc.), willproduce;. more and finer frui only summer pruning we practice, iSJo', c arm removed. Generally the closer to
on! laterals than on,main,canes. pinch off the top of a limb which out ;.s :: B the trunk of the vine the stronger the

much the others. ,,, '" canes. Suppose that all the canes
J :i EstivftlisCynthiana-: ( ;; Norton', grows too ;
+. Herbepiont, Cunningham,. Lenqir;, At the end of the third summer the ." ..;..' I' from B to R (Fig 4)) show a decrease
t etc..),. Riparia and j crosses: ,of Ripari i a' structure of your vines is composed' ,... ,-q i'. in vigor, cut off the arm at point R, '-

and Labrusca (Clinton, Elvira Noah,, six limbs grown on the three spurs of and use cane Casa arm. If only

';\Missouri Riesling, etc.), ,will,fruit, better two buds each, and of the limbs upon the three.canes, P, P, P, weaken, operate -
on,spurs than'onoldRood.A4 which 'you have raised your crop. One Fig.4.-Showing % of an JE-tlvaUs Tine at the section of the old arm at

"'j third category of vines bears more l limb on each spur should be used and end of fourth summer point S and use next cane, C, as new

,on main canes, and.consists of Dela, pruned as a fruit cane, and the other position of these young; shoots just part: of the arm.

wareAlveyIona: : ,Rebecca, ..EumelapiCatawba cutback to a spur of two buds; but as after they have been tied to.the THIRD CATEGORY.

Black $ag1e,:.etc; .', .which! an crosses of ether: \ Vint i f era.and Labrusd and three spurs, you select the strong bend them on top of one another: allow the: two young shoots to

,or:Viaiiferaand!; Estiyalis.\ i esf,t.of(your limbs on the bearing canesto over this upper wire, starting with grow unchecked, as for stivalis, and

'. ; ,' ., .. make of them fruit canes for next shoots A B and C D, in Fig. 3. There in the fall you trim them back to three
'CATEGORY.
'FIRST
season You have to operate.in the will be some grapes on your vines this buds (including the one at the base of

-' We left 'the.! two young, shoots just. same way every year, being careful to season, sometimes enough to pay for the cane). If three shoots start, you
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reaching: the first wire, to|'which they proportionate the number of bearing all your former expenses. The JEsli- rub off the weakest, which leaves two

have been fastened. If the vines;be canes to the vigor of the vines. valis varieties, however, do not bear a growing on each spur. At the next
J'l long'to' the first'category by us described .
pruning, that is, the third fall 'after
the: shoots off ,
pinch two asV&on' .. ;
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; -t planting, cut one of these two cartes
'as' they''rcacnnd': can be tied upib -
back to two buds for wood and the
,,: the' upper 'wire'. 'The object of this -, other to six buds for fruit (see Fig. ),
is t&promot&the ,development .of ,the ..f ;!
:.: ;
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I, I:' .. ..... generally do not set, much fruit.
;. :, : I You have, therefore, growing the
): ;- ,; -. next summer eight shoots on fruit

canes, four shoots on. spurs. If the

'c: !: ?- -. ,: latter have made a stronger growth
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laterals-> upon whica.5we j : will}!;hive I'(the :. ";: "J..t;.; ;': .. ). A :: 0 s. 'f
'' *' Fla- 2.-A'Labrusca Vine Pruned and Tied at the Beginning of the Third Yean:.". ,
,frwt;the next'season. ..,: ,
,!,Figure, represents the vine at the <
'" > end ,of the second summer,''with ,all SECOND CATEGORY.At full crop before the vines are fully es-

laterals,twisted:'around,or tied to the the beginning of the second season tablished and pruned to spurs on old

:trellis. At ;the n pruning, we cut. instead of pinching off the two wood.
back of limbs buds when reach the sec- In fall we cut down to three buds all
i \some the to: two young shoots they
shorten others to.five or six buds,,and ond ,wire, as for vines of the first cat our young canes but two, A B and D

remove altogether:hose .which .we;., ,do egory, we allow them to go unchecked, C, Fig. 3, on which we leave six or
loose from
,not want, basing the number of.our tying them to and, around the upper seven buds. Now, we cut Fig.5.-A Delaware vine pruned and tied to
bearing canes (and spurs upon the wire. Some'pinch them off!when they the upper wire the old arms E F, Fig. trellis, at beginning of fourth season

,strength of thevi es. If the vine is attain about six feet, but I do not see 3, to fasten the end of them down to than any on the fruit canes, remove 0
the lower wire as shown in Fig. 4. the fruit canes altogether and proceed
weak, two spurs and two bearing canes the necessity of doing so, since we
The two young canes left with six or four shoots in the same manner -
are sufficient On very vigorous vines have no use for the laterals. They DH your
' three spurs and five or six bearing say it makes the two arms more stocky. seven buds are also bent down and as at the last pruning ; that is,
canes can be left. Sometimes it does, sometimes it does tied to the lower wire (see line 0 B in prune two of these shoots to two buds

.- 'Figure represents the vine pruned not, and thedevelopment of the laterals Fig. 4)). The object in lengtheningthe and to six buds. In case some buds
..( two arms is to fill up the space be- the have failed to grow, or
and fastened to/the, trellis. Limbs B, is made at the expense of the Dn spurs
tween the vines, which we couj/i/ not nade an insufficient growth, replace
C G in to main
figure i, are pruned spurs cine.
when these two arms are shoots fruit
do before
of two buds; and limbs A, 'D.F, H, I, At the pruning season we find our as there hem by the strongest on
the second arealwas
,are pruned to five or six, buds. On vines with two long canes, which we cut too long year :&nes.
buds failing to
,the former we 'will our frame for some grow.
grow For Elvira and other Riparias do not
aext year's, ,vine;. on the latter our present C i i t tD extend vines so soon Important to Melon Growers
The'limbs E and J have your ; prune
crop.
like the others.
0 B to
canes spurs
beets !removed altogether,: with'part of .9 i At the beginning of the fourth sum- PLANT ONLY PURE SEED.
the old arm .... -
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: mer the two upper buds of each spur I can supply Melon Growers with
As the shoots they
t young, push put, cId :
shoots. Shouldone
will Seed of all
put out young stock Watermelon
have-to-be.,. neatly, .tied, up. .:Remove pure
barren thebearing oCQ grow from the lower bud, rub it .tandard varieties, my own growth, at
all. the 'ones growing-' on
canes, and, if ,two ,or ,three off-unless you see more orbetter lowest market prices.To .
snoots grow from one bud, -leav the Fig.Showing an Estlralls Tine at begin- forms of grapes on it, in which case those purchasing seed of me, I

'strongest and rub off the:others., ning of third season.. rub oft'one of the others. On the rill futnish full particulars at to plant-

L .When .the young shoots have attained trim and tie up to the wires so that branch 0 B, Fig. 4, allow only three ir gfertilizing, cultivation, etc.

about, a foot, and, you, think they form with the latter such anglesas shoots to grow. We have now on Address,
this each vine, twenty-two upright canes W. H. OIRARDEAU,
.there are too,.many; bunches on :your ;shown in Fig. 3. By special
MoaUa1 J'1a
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inclination of the more equal. growing.: From each cane we may 1-1-4' ;
:vines, either remove the weakest! shoots arms a, .

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:=r! .D]\ ''l' tfel\el\\; ; drill i received* all the fertilizer in the supposed that this could not be grownso tible injury, this practice may be
at No. '
:, :- -. plan ting; a half at planting far in the interior. tolerated; but in all ordinary weather

Culture of Cotton. ,, half in siding one month later; Dlckcon's ................................... 613 such as we,have, in March _and April
; All No: 3 one-third at planting one Peerless. .....*..:....:.............. .......... 519 ,
,4, ', ",out. readers who 1 grow cotton third Welborn's Pet,................... ............ 577 any berry that has, been jammed into
,;.could l hardly fail. to:be benefited" one month later, one-third two- Okra Leaf, :..... ............................ 6O( its place will be so injured in
,by a months later No' one-fourth Hertong ?......._ ......... ............. 625 appear
,;careful perusal of Bulletin No., I I, of ; 4 at Mammoth Prol flc,....:.......:.,............ 4V9 ance (if not absolutely ruined) whenit
theGeorgia planting, fourth at one'month, fourthat Hawkins, ........_.........:'......... 5)5 arrives' !
ExperimentStation.R. J. two months fourth three Trultt'.lmY'.oved, ....... ........ .j...... 591 that the basket' will need to
Redding,,; Director. For the benefitof at months; Jon'a'Inrg Staple..:,.._.......;i.%.*:'.,....441 be refaced if sold at all. Then, if 'all
No.. 5, unfertilized. At,the first pick Mien's Silk, .,.. u........ ..,........,502
: those who :may ,not see it we will ing Southern Hope, ......:?.............:........ 449 the nicest berries have already been
'condense, a part 'of 'it '_and divest it September 23, the five plots yielded Irnnn cuts, ...... .... ::.......... 698 used for !this' and have to be
in their order follows Texas Storm and Drought Proof.......... 601 purpose,
.:,.somewhat,of!', its technicality and statisticalformality. as : 74.5, 61, 43, Mlnter, .............:.:.:....:..:;....... 581 either thrown away or put into the
... ., 38.7, 33.7 pounds. Second picking, Allen's Silk (Speth),................;....... 493 '
: ; .: October Peterkin, ....... .... .............. 640 bottom of the cup, the berries can not
AS : 20, 27.5, 34.5, 39, 46, 36.5 Keith .,. .... .........."......:':.:......... 718 be made presentable.
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FERTILIZERS. pounds. Third picking, November KingT.J( )...4...........-'.................... 661!
:,;- One:set experiments: was' made IIawklne' Jumbo, .............. ....... 618 More than _that, all sensible buyersare
to 20, 8.5, 15, 22.7, 28.7, 26.7 pounds.. Allen' Sllk,(J.T. H.1) ...................... 451' '
: .test the advantages of certain fertilizers Thus we see, as might have been .. Vllkado, ... ............................. 536 suspicious of a cup'fberries' so
which included ex- CookU.( S. Dep. Agr)....: .....,........ 33S elaborately plated;. and 'when they '
': ,' superphosphate pected, that the plot which receivedall Sea Island ..... .._ '........................ 231
(of Charleston] phosphate rocks), 'mut the fertilizer at once gave its heav-. Jenkln's cold Dust,..... .. ......f.....,.,.. 485 turn' it out and find that all the best
t rate ,of potash nitrate of soda iest ones have been studiously] put on top, t
# ,; ; cotton picking at first and then fell off at HILL AND DRILL CULTURE. '
seed meal, sulphate of ammonia, dried each subsequent picking; while the The ground was prepared by plowing and they are very'apt not to.invest, i

blood,. stable manure and crushed cot others gained at every picking. The harrowing In the usual way.the rows laid oft No berry should jammed into Us .
.. tonseed.. total yield_ of the for the- as Nb'\ve, and the usual doses of fertilizers apP j lar with the thumb 'and fineers. Let a
Four plots season plied in the drill from end to end Just as if the them all be poured lightly into the +
acres were selected"'lying' in a was ;; No. i, 541 pounds; No. 2, .541 ; whole was to be planted In drills. At plant- ''
then 'hold it with hand
lot 836 feet long north and south and No. cup, up one
No.
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3 513 ; 4, 556. ing time the fortyflve rows were bisected
:209 feet wide; the soil was partly clay The, dose in this case was 336 in the middle and the north half planted In and tap it a few times with the otherto
shading into land. drills in the south settle t l them so that the cup shall not
a gray sandy This: pounds S. C. superphosphate, 168 customary way. The
lotrwas jWell plowed and harrowed fine, pounds muriate of potash and half was at once check*d off cross the rows by have .a shrunken; ''skimpy"'look'when

an :laid off April into ,threefeet 373 setting a line to as to mark hills or checks it reaches the market. For the same
5, rows pounds cottonseed meal
per acre. 3.73x3.73 feet,8 or 10 teeds dropped by hand at ,
do allow
the
reason not
to
nine inches wide. The seed of In all these cases the fertilizer cost each intersection aid covered with a hand- pickers
; the Peterkin variety pl.aqtea'April more hold berries in the hand until they get
. was than the increase in yield was hoe. The cultivation with the plo* was
16 with a; Law planter; April ,30 it worth? Director Redding draws, the I precisely; similar on the two plots,except that I warm and, in all probability, skin-

t: was harrowed broadcast with.Evans'I following conclusions : at each alternate plowing the bill port.lon'was broken on one side or more. Require

I1 I smoothing ,harrow, crosswise; ,of the 1. It is manifest that marked effects result cross-plowed. A good stand was secured and them to put the berries into the cup
maintained in both
rows just as the from Intercultural plots, replanting once every; hill they gather.If .
plants were
beginning fertilizing, or successye! with a hoe on the bill portion. One stalk was
to come up. Repeated May '7. Cui applications of fertilizers during the growing left every 19 inces en the drilled plot,and one shipping by express,0 it will pay

. .. rivaled every two, ,weeks, using Planet period.* stalk to each hill on the hill plot. On the the grower to get'all his pickers into J

,"J!.;,Cultivator, very shallow:, "ele en daring,. That the larger earlier dotes, applied at planting, er latter 3d hills were finally vacant from dying the field as soon as there is enough

furrows in aU." The season was favor- earlier maturity periods of the of growth' resultin out. A perfect: stand on the hill plot would daylight to enable them to see the
crop. have amounted to 1,260 stalks on the plot, or berries.
When
able, and" a good stand was maintainedone 3. That,whenever a heavy application of 3,136 hills per acre The actual stand on the they are wet with

stalk about every sixteen. inches.! readily available fertilizer is to' be made it other plot (drilled) was 3,195 stalks to the dew, they are cool and Solid; they

There were four pickings, ranging from would be advisable to divide. into at least_ plot or fct the rate ot7.951stalks to the aere. will rattle (and not break, either) when f
two doses and possibly more.TOPPING. It was known at the time poured down on the table. '
September 12 to November 26. o. planting, but Spread ,.
"" 1- _ .. .... unavoidable, that the north half or drilled them out thin in the shade and let the
J.J1C reSUlts are given wIU1.great detail -- -- plot was much better land than the other I L;:.____ ____ ___ ___ ... .. !
we will simplify them Four different plots ureezc uraw over incra unui nicy arc
; by giving were_ plantedand having been a part of a well Improved rich
only a few of the best. Premising that treated alike in all respects except, grazing lot. dry, or very nearly. Crate"them and

"mixed minerals" means' South Caro-' the following : The first row in each Of course under the circumstances,the results let the crates stand, with the lids

lina acid phosphate, 168 pounds, and was not topped; the second was topped will not be admitted as conclusive, bat raised, in the shade of a tree or some-

muriate of potash, 84 pounds, we July i, when the plants averaged they are certainly significant. Let us consider where in a breezy: place; until train-

will tabulate a few of the best results : 12 inches high ; the' third was topped on the basis of ono acre of each:' Oneacrt" time. Berries. picked in the cool <3f
containing 3,1'6: hills, but actually 3,13690
Founds July 15, when the plants averaged 24 =3,016 stalks,produced 60S pounds of lint; the morning: when they' are'only
,". Lint inches; the fourth was topped Augusti while the other acre, planted in drills and about two-thirds colored, are in the
per Acre
Mixed. rals.\ .... .... 251 when the plants averaged 36 inches. containing by actual count 1,952atalkl,yielded best possible condition for shipping
Nitrate soda....... ......... 168 405 593 pounds or licit, It is quite probable that without:ice., After' the has shoneon
Mixed minerals:..,.. .... .... 252 The untopped rows made an average sun
Nitrat of soda ....._.u.. 252 Jb8.t 423 yield of 633 pounds of lint the drilled plot would have pn,duced a larger the plants:for two or :three ''hours
Mixed minerals.... .. .... .... 252 per 'acre ; yield if the distance between the stalks had the berries
of ....... 404 the expand'and become soft
Sulphate ammonia : 12t rows topped July i, made 505 been Increased from 19 to 2or: 80 Inches, ;
Mixed minerals ,.... .. 252 the least
will
Sulphate of ammonia.......:. 189 422 pounds ; those topped July 15, 615 while,it Is almost demonstrably ,certain that pressure rupture the
Mixed. minerals ..... ... 252' pounds; those topped August i the hill portion would h.ve yielded a much. skins and make a "mess" on the sort-
Cottonseed meal.............. 6t>U ."J 438 619 larger product if the distance I ing table. If picking has continue
Mixed minerals..... .... .... 251 pounds.DEEP. one way had to
Dried blood... ............... 378 411 been 36 Inches instead of 41. The conclusion through the heat of ,the day, these
Mixed minerals...... 4'.. ...' 252" AND SHALLOW CULTURE. suggested that a medluu between the number berries
Stable manure ,.......*...4,2tO.' 419 of stalks should be 'placed in the refrigerator -
taadln on the bill
Mlxfldmlner.JllI.h_,. .... .... 252" i Five plots alike in every respect portion andthat car as soon;crated.
Crushed cottonseed.. ....... 501" 408 on the drilled portion would have given
were tried, two with deep culture; a 'larger yield.: It required (at least 'there We ask the growers to let an old

All the applications (and several three with ,shallow culture. The ,Di were actually used) two bushels of seed per and successful shipper give them a ,

others not in the above table) gave an I rector thus summarizes : acre to plant the drilled plji;: ; the' hilled plot little personal advice. Select your

increase in the yield, but only the required one peck,a saving of ,one and three- commission house with the
Calculated to yield of lint per acre the shallow utmost
crushed fourths bushels of seed per acre. At 50 cents
cottonseed mixture made a, culture plots made 540 pounds and the per bushel (a moderate price for good plantIng care, then ship to that house through
net profit. The cost of that application :deep culture plots 514 pounds of lint per acre, seed), this stvlag would amount to 87Jf thick and thin. Do not get angry with

was at the rate of $5.62 per acre, a difference of. 26 pounds, worth at 10 cents per cents, More than sufficient. to pay for the extra him because you do not hear from
while the increase in the yield waS pound,32.60.Thelresults labor of planting the cotton in hills. The your merchant

worth $7.58. All the other applica- Tiz: that admit on well-prepared of but one simple land conclusion shallow labor of hoeing the hilled plot was less than hours. The best and every solidest twenty-four houses

' tions cost more than the increased culture gives bet'er results than deep cul half that required by..the. .drilled plot. generally. take their time remitting

yield t 1'was worth. ture. In this experiment the advantage In probably once a week. If- ber

The'result in a nut-shell is,. therefore the test, If any,was given to the deep culture Picking: and Shipping Strawberries. ries are good, they will make your'a name

4' that 504 pounds of crushed cottonseed by plots the, as use has of been the five-hoe already cultivator suggested.the Even cost Unfortunately, the impression has they will be spoken of in advance and;

168 pounds South Carolina got abroad among many that will command the
"" of the deeply plowed plot WAS fifty per cent. growers highest market
:acid phosphate, and 84 pounds mu- greater.,, ''It the usual and probably more effective some markets want the berries to be price. But if you allow yourself to be

riate of potash gave a net profit of$1.96 deep culture Implement had been "plated" or "faced." It is perfectly wheedled away to this house or to

per acre. used (the single'scooter or shovel)>the labor legitimate to put a handful of nice that by every smooth and oily tongue

WHEN TO APPLY FERTILIZERS. of twice cultivation or thrice as would great probably'as that of the have shallow been I berries on top of the basket, loosely that wags,' shipping'to a strange house

The second experiment was made culture plots. laid on; but it is a great mistake to you lose the benefits of your good
: handle the berries
so much is
as re- reputation.
to determine whether it is better,, toapply TEST OF VARIETIES.
quired to place each one separately, We have often thought that telegraphic
all the fertilizer -
at dose The
just table
one following shows the even wedging them together ,to makea
from
before planting or in two or: more pounds of lint reports a market a
per acre for several smooth surface! When the weather thousand miles distant

doses, lat' intervals during the summer. varieties. The yield of Sea Island is so cold that they can travel all the rather than a benefit, to are the an injury
Five different plots were tested .No. will astonish 'some who have grower.
the
always way, to North without any percep-- The market for 'strawberries 1. ,very

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mercurial---up to-daydown to-morrow; they go to the field to settle the dirt scrape just enough to keep,clean, till .How "to Tell. a Good," ,Horse.*..' ',*'
tetognuB.may come; reporting i great firmly. the crop is set, then lay by, stake and A correspondent\ of Town and>! ,'*-

scarcity,aod high' prices in a ,certain PLANTING TO FiELD.-About the tie up. After the vine is, loaded with County, Australia, says:' "I can't.explain :

city,, btttloag, before berries..can get first_of April, in this latitude,, we find fruit, we gather up all. the vines in a what a good horse 1 is," said' a- '

there?the,very opposite,condition:may. that the heaviest frosts are over and hill and pull them up pretty tightlyand well-known dealer.c"They are as

prevail.: plant a few hundred: of the largest. 'another hand takes a double wrap different as men. In buying a horse
Thewriter has at times shipped,fox, The evening before planting we water with a piece of twine about sixteen you must look first at its head and

solid,weeks,to the same house,indifferent heavily'the plants we intend to plant inches long and ties them as tight,as eyes for signs of intelligence, temper,

;to the; telegrams' ,and to,,the nervous next, day. This makes the dirt remain he can pull the ,twine. Sometimes, courage and honesty. Unless a horse

growers: who: ,continually .con, in square sods just as,cut. We when' the vines are rank we remove has brains you can't teach him any- -
suited them and, shipped 'to, ,half a usually use a mason's trowel with the leaves from the lower half of ;hill, thing any more than 'you can, a half-

doen'places,perhapsin, ,as many days; about two inches of sharpened end off I especially on the north side. This witted child. See that tall bay there,

and,at the end of that'time had a-much and ground round and sharpened. gives the grown tomatoes air and a fine looking animal, 15 hands high. '
better bank account than the men With this we cut each row of plants : light and they ripen soon. We pick You ,can't teach that! horse anything;

who were so anxious to catch the topofthe both ways, in cold frame, then run when just beginning to turn,red, wipe Why? Well, I'll show you a difference -"

market in,several'cities. under 'a plant taking about four clean with a cloth, remove the stem, in heads, but have a care of his'.
y Ye! do'not say this to boast but inches of soil.PREPARATION. pack and ship.- -J. W. DAY before heels. Look at the brute's headthat,*

because we wish to 'r,brace ,up the LAND.-The lands I Miss. H rl.Society. broad, full place below the eyes. .;You*H
OF .
teach him business i I .j
good him.
growerand can't trust
should be bedded in five feet rows or
habits i ,.as.:well as the proper cultivation beds in late fall. Three weeks be "That's awful he
4-- I an good mare,
of the ..nts.-ED- Live
pl fore planting time, center furrow deep $tocl\\; added. "She's. as true as the sun.

I,. ., .. and throw two light furrows on center ....- ....... - ..........- - You can see breadth' and fullness between
Tomato Culture in the ,South. furrow with a light plow then smooth A Good Jersey Bull. the ears and eyes. You couldn'thire <

To grow a crop of .tomatoes ,as a with a harrow; then put on the The Meridale herd' of Jersey cattleis that mare to act mean or hurt.
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successfinancially, requires :consider- manure and fertilizers. \Ve use prin- one of the largest as well as the anybody. The 'eye' should be' full,

able muscle, mind and, money. The cipally commercial fertilizers to the finest herds of Jersey cattle in the and hazel is a good color. I like.a '
aim of all who grow: is ,to get them amount of boo to 800 pounds to the small thin ear, and want a horse to
early, prolific and of good, quality. acre. Rich soil does not require any United States. It numbers about 175 throw his ears forward.' *, Look out (or

When this,is accomplished there. is ammonia, as it makes too much weed head, and contains a larger number of the brute that wants to listen to all the

money in,the crop', but if neglected it and causes too much cracking in,the pure St. Lambert Stoke-Pogis ,animals, conversation going on behind him. tj
is poor pay.,. : .' v '< The horse that turns back his ears till

Select a good tomato' as .Livingstp 't;' : ;._' :. ;",: '6',:. > .'t.1.. they almost meet at the points, take

a Y Beauty,.,Essex's Hybrid, Acme, my word for it, is sure to do some-
'Livingstone's Favorite. The three thing wrong. See, that straight ele- _

r first named,are of a red,'pinkish color, .. gant face. A horse with a dishing
which. is a'.,decided advantage in,the <'. face is' cowardly and a cowardly

market: Sow' 'seed. 'the .151)1) of.Jan ..,'y.... ,., brute is usually vicious. Then I like ,:
uary. a square muzzle, with large nostrils' to'

SOWING ED.-Have a rich, fine 'i':1', let in plenty of air to the lungs. Fort
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e' underside' of the' head, a good -
soil\ on hot beds then mark off a: ,few :;
rows four:inches apart the short way ..( horse ,should be well cut under t.the,

of ,bed, and about 'one inch 'deep. jowl, with jawbones broad and wide**, \
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Sow at the rate .of 250 ,seeds to six t apart under the throttle. .

feet, row.; ,Keep thermometer from "So much for the' head;" he con-

sixty-five.' to eighty degrees.. ,Set the tinued. "The next thing to consider.
thermometer in the bed with bulb in is the, building of the,a imal. Never

the;soil two"or three inches.facing the buy a long-legged, stilty horse. Let':

sun. When, the,glass begins :to sweat him, have short' straight back', and a '

the,beds,need ventilating/ by pushing. straight rump, and you've got a gen
sasha little. tleman's horse.. The withers, shouldbe
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TRANSPLANTING.-After' three or high, and the shoulders well set .,
o four weeks the plants, will need reset IDA OF ST. LAMBERT'S BULL 19169. back and broad; but don't get them

when the, third too deep in the chest. The foreleg
ting They are ready F, .
tomatoes and rot at the blossom end, 1!; than any other herd. It also contains
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leaf above the seed leaves shows. I should be short. Give me'' a pretty
'' should a drouth set in. 1's:[more animals of the famous Matilda' with the hock low
We. transplant at this, stage, .und r straight hind leg, :\
glass;right.where the seeds were sown.. We prepare land by breaking out i!3238 blood. We publish in this issue down, short pastern joints, and >'around

We set,them down to seed leaves and, all of old original bed, run a harrow J| a picture of one of the leading bulls ofthis mulish foot.: There are all
over it, then open with a turning plow j I kinds of horses but the animal that .
press,the,soil a little to the plant,"but 1 herd: Ida of St. Lambert's Bull, ;
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at the ,same time, press; downward. right on top of the ridge over where: has' these' points is almost' sure to be
: the fertilizers are ,lying run two furrows J[dropped October,25th, 1886, is. an,unusually "
natured
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Shade the1' bed ,a day :or 'twojf, the, t sightly, graceful, good and/
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plants;wilt much.. one in the other so as to stir up 1[ large animal, weighing over serviceable." .fL

n When: the ,plants get four or five fertilizers, and throw a little! on t top.l? j f i i,600 Ibs. He has a: level_ back, long, .-.-. .*, r. "
in this t '
been'stlrred
inches high and about ,the. size of :a After the land has >is l I!I body, short legs, very rich yellow skin To Cure a D Jter.: .
manner in .early' spring, there not 1 I
lead pencil,, they'shot d be; transplanted : much chance, for cut worms to do any J l[and ears, beautiful tail and switch, A correspondentpf the Jersey ,Bulk--*

now should:again stand to cold five,in frames.a square They, and damage because they are used up. 1!i i and is a solid dark color, with full fin writes as below 1 on an .always, interesting '" ",

if rather shaky set. pretty ,.deep., We, As planting begins, a' man goes 1!i black; points., His sire, Stoke-Pogis- subject:
I read of and tried ,devices
never made our: cold frames very rich, ahead, and opens up smooth places:!\ 5th 5987, was ,not only a full brother: i. Having jBiany -
from
for keeping a cow kicking,
as we.tfeea. got too much:top and not every two or three feet where plantsare J!! to the famous Stoke-Pogis' 3d 2238, I now give mine and'" guarantee its '
to be set then come two men i
enough roots.I I ; with i!;but he is the sire of sixteen cows. who, success. Have two straps of good' "
about with hand-barrow.1oaded plants
IB preparing our cold frames a *
the, first February, we. put on a from out of the cold frame 'and place i f I have tested over 14,Ibs. each in seven leather ,made just large enough to .

small sprinkle of. fine ,stable 'manure, them ,in, places prepared to receive':i i days. His dam, Ida,of St. Lambert buckle around: the cow's ankle, just

say twenty bushels to' one hundredfeet them. The sod containing a plant!;24990, has,the largest milk record for above the foot-straps three-quarters. .
inch wide 'the best. On
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,: aaS" twenty:pounds fertilizer, or can;best be removed from, barrow, with,i| a day, 'a week and a month' of',any or these one put,small stout are iron rings. Then ,:
rick soil.about;a,chicken roost is goodas a mason's trowel with' point cut off. .
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: hoe l j Jersey I cow, and she also has an! offi- get two harness straps and fasten them' '
Then we plow and harrow Another hand, follows with a, and
any.: : of lbs. of butter'in just as close together as possible. Now: .
*p with soU,in a ridge-" When plants draws dirt around plants; firming,soil I,cial test 30 24 oz.
with these
are Beariftg the time,of going to;field, but not enough, to break the sod.CULTWATION.Cultivation i[ seven days. Ida of St Lambert'sBull fasten herankles together "
and airtbqr shouldbe :[ 19169 is one of the handsomest straps and,you wilt never: : be kicked, .
have all ,the, 'sun' ,
tfeeyjhottki
when ,shallow with cultivator and.harrow;i I bulls in the country, and has wonderful : and there no danger:of bruismg your'cow's
and night,_ '
,can :day
get udder. The 'of this-devicC '
all of his use
rains unless, ground should pack in ,such i powers of reproduction,
there k:,no, fear of heav' ,or ; ,
convince the
bar off then turn calves being remarkably} like their I Isue. will in one week worst*
closely
MonK. TAe plants'will seed ,one cases we j : .
hoe kicker .that her kicking .days are over: .
,..sfeowcr about, ten days ,beforeAgo" dirt back and side harrow, or '"F.i.t..J :
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:. 14#; THE FLORIDA* DISPATCH: FARMER: :AND FKUITQEOWEKlFEBRUARY [FEBBUABY, -.i 19i9:

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'. by a,man.standing on the ground. If Seek Immigration.
t Q !l ACM Now, if these railroads and other
QJfh this' low pruning is 'found advisable The only right plan for fosteringand corporations and, large:landholders do '

'R"H' [' r/,'.rp r aMlesauaNCt in Alabama, how, much more is it conducting immigration is the col- not engage in this work-and'they do
I C &JOUDAf t 1. :' not seem to be doing it-who is:to do
in Florida. of which Anaheim
.....- ... necessary .. ony system, > and :
so? >
Riverside in California and Chipley Manifestly there is'no'other competent
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19, 1891.
besides the State. There
power
,We have received from Wm A. DeFuniak and DeLand in Florida, are can be? question as to the authorityof

'STEPHEN ,POWERS, -' ,-' Editor Wicks, Seven Oaks, Florida, ,a case of well known examples. ,Single families "all governments, both National'andState
*>, ,?*O.,Addreec, Lawtey:,na" ,
;) his canned fish, including Spanish moving hundreds of miles away from ,- to enact'laws and impose taxation t -

Publications' mackerel, mullet, and perhaps some the land of their birth and settling for the'purpose either of increasing '
Received.
n the ,
or decreasing 'population, in
Seventh others. After sampling the mackerel ;among strangers become and ,
lonely
Biennial Report) Kanaaa State Historical case, ,of a scarcity or a plethora. Both i
Society. it was pronounced by 'our better haIl homesick, especially the female, members ,. measures are' undertaken for the good

,? 1809 Cbaataequa;Cincinnati.,Camp Largely and devoted Fireside,to December,the car., an excellent article, almost too rich, i if; .and they sell. out- and. -go back.- of the'community. .;

rest: exercises at DeFunlak Spring,of whose anything, reminding one somewhat of uui. where numoer oi neighbors ana But the amount of the tax:to be"unX '
scenery some elegant illustration are given' Pacific acquaintances remove together they for this' '
with the
coast salmon. We posed purpose'rests
!
.' The !Indian', Friend, February,,,Pb'ladel- were afford each other company, they can ,
pnia Published by the, Women's., National agreeably surprised to find so fine ,an give ,each other support and protection lawmaking :power to determine.. I
Indian Assoctatlnn.Dr. The l legislators, are bound 'to give '
article of fish put up by'a Florida against the predaceous razorback and careful and earnest'attention to; certain

.: 'A. T. Cuzner packery. It needs a good! cook to the hostile steer. Engaging largely questions. How much will the State
showed
: some
in the line of ; \'
: ',' it ft should same agricultural or horticultural '
-- prepare right; be all at large be benefited by this immigration -
samples of paper-shell'' pecans"grown removed from, the can at once and industry, they can organize ? How'far can" we go in im-

by W..>R. Stuart, Ocean Springs, Miss. fried brown arid crisp. t mutually helpful associations, secure posing taxation before the burdens F
concessions in
.....f" ,.. transportation rates and will outweigh possible benefits?
'ine was .. establish and facilities any
largest .one accurately measured systems whichare
A tax which is intended to facilitate "
in our presence; i its_ :length 'was i Mr. J. W White has written and has of immense advantage. Unless he the sale of unoccupied lands ought to

the DaCosta Publishing House has great wealth and exceptionally favorable rest heavily on those lands.
:2i, inches; its diameter, one inch ; surroundings isolated same '
issued l settler That is to the holders of unused ,
a neat illustrated pamphlet ,ol f labors under say,
serious
and the thickness of the' shell 3.64 disadvantages.The lands ought to be taxed
48 pages entitled, "The Live Towns right way to secure this associ- higher proportionately
: incA' Florida will 'produce such nuts and Live Men of Clay County." It ated immigration is to send after it than for immigration purposes*
who
men have land for
no sale.
as, these if the right men take h ld'of contains an entertaining account of with "steering committees," or with ; .

the." iatter.Mr the, "Parlor City," (a new name for single and individuals business of energetic character Climate and. its Relation to Life.
". training, as was well
of"th'--- Green'- Cove. Springs, which it justly expressed.in our columns! by Mr. Necka ,It is.only. ..recently- that. Europe- lias', :.

.:!'\, James" Mott> Orlando deserves since the Ladies' Village, Improvement tew weeks ago. Well directed personal !- conceaea that American wheat, ;' is

Nursery,: ; )ays'us under obligations for Society has, taken -it- In effort has an incalculable value. more nutritive than 'European. It Is

,' hand), of the eccentric John G. Bor A.very good source from which these harder, and has more gluten in it
a specimen. of his sweet pomelo or den's efforts might emanate would be the Why? Is it the--- cause of the soil?'
grape-fruit. We can only repeat the' 400 acre park, which is pepperedall railroads and other corporations or even French experimenters have sought

over with Shakespearean, names, individuals owning large bodies of un- without success to supply the missing i ,
opinion 'w-e expressed last )"ear. that of Middleburg with, its rich phosphate occupied land. The Central Railroadof quality by'adding chemical elements

this, is'an elegant fruit ,and' by many deposits; of Orange Park with its vegetables Georgia. is setting an excellent ex- to the soil in which it, is grown.

people would be preferred to the best and strawberry gardens.J ; of i ample. That great company has a They will always fail, for the reason
I Commissioner of Immigration, Major that: this quality comes not from brayng -
orange. 'Whether it retains the medicinal Melrose with its beautiful lakes and its W. L. ,Glessner, who has been the in a chemist's mortar, but from'

virtue, .for which, the common richly productive ,orchards: of both means of bringing number of colonies the alchemy 'of nature that trans-'*: .

"}'' i citrus and deciduous fruits;;of Sharon,- from,, the Northern States to Georgia.He mute, the wind and the storm and the '

pomelo justly noted we cannot say.Acompany etc.. ;<. has organized excursions and per- sunshine and the very frosts them

I .. r nallv conducted them tn rw.....into.....:. selves into a golden product. The' ;
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fn Green Cove;,Springs, where lands were held for sale. One trend even in America of the soft

theClay'Couiity Wood working Com- Mr. B. M., Lelong, Secretary' oft e company that was organized from an wheat to the hard, is from the southeast

parry of which the,capitalist)Qhn G. California State Board"of Horticulture, excursion a year ago has set out 80,000 to the northwest the face;?as 1

Borden) is the, principal owner; has: I has published a work on Citrus Cul- peach ,trees near Fort Valley. Another it were, of the blizzard. It pays to,;i''-
ture in California company has purchased 1,850 acres study climate.
from which ;
we ex-
just purchased., plant for the manufacture the near by, and intends to plant it in fruit What is the secret involved in the ',:

of boats,, including even steam tract following 5 recipe for orange trees: and cut up the tract into small change of seed?, It is conceded that'a .: .

launcheS: The great- number of lakes wine: lots to be sold to parties who are ex- greater yield' results from a judicious'y.

and rivers in Florida J renders, it likely Take one part of orange Juice well strained; pected to come down from Ohio. change.: That depends, however, 1

that. this will{ become an 'important in one part. water; three pounds sugar per gal- Mr. O. M. Crosby is doing very largely upon the kind and Quantity '*-
Ion Any kind of will! much the .
sugar dOand the darker same kind of work at the substituted, and more especially upon' *
dustry. Whatever Mr. Borden takes the sugar, the richer will be the color of the English colony of Avon Park, in Polk the locality whence it came. The:'
wine. For each
: ten
gallons
hold of is certain to succeed, as, he one gallon of the same for put refill up ing keep the about calks county, though we are not aware that Norway, bat raised the oat crop in the

has unlimited means at his command.We during fermentation. Lay casks on the side, he has any corporate backing. Mr. United States ten bushels'to the acre.

welcome; every species of factoryfor fill full,and'leave bung open. Do not let It be, John[ F. Dunn and the companies he The best melon seeds for the northern .,>'
exposed in ranch cold. Fl 1 up the casks ev- organized) 'worked on this principlen garden are said to come from the .
.the utilization
Florida products.At ery day from the quantity kept out, as the founding Belleview, Dunnellon and south.; Illustrations'are so numerous in
scum I is thrown off,and watch closely until
--' Homosassa, all of which are successful fruit and flower and
the wine passes ti rough the stage of alcoholic forage'plant'' and
the Alabama Experiment Station fennf-nUtlon.: This will usually require from colonies. ,Dr. E. Pratt brought downa in cereals, in fiber and in tuber, of 'L

peach orchards are pruned ,by keepingthe ten to tWentT'du.y.,or longer the weather la colony chiefly from the great watch the salutary 'effect-of judicious change; .

following object in view: Train cool,and can easily be determined by,scum factories of Elgin, Illinois, and established that it is useless, further to specify..*!.!
ceasing rise and the
cessation of brisk
fern the town of Limona, which has What is that impulse that in
strews
its
each tree to shade its own body to mentation. When, It ,arrives at that stage i
place the bung In loosely, Watch closely fora 1 taken a firm foothold on Florida soil. pathway a higher', production? Does I
scald
prevent sun ; 'to distribute the few days,and as active fermentation ceases For these colonies we need nativeor the unfolded germ bring with it a segment ",-
growth 'of limbs ,uniformly, ,securing put the'bung In fast Let It stand .wo months, ,good naturalized American citi of the climate in which it grows '

symmetry ,and have the weight of fruit hen rack.off carefully Into clean casks. If zens. The riff-raff of Castle Gardenare at its best estate? If so, when does *
perfectly clear seal ,,and let. It stand six
distributed not wanted. The immigrantsof this impulse exhaust itself? What is ',;
evenly
; to strengthen the mont,when It maybe bottled If not clear t
limbs by shortening them back so as It should be racked off a second time In two any character and, substance are the cause ,of ,seed! "running out?*-' aDoes t.'
months after the first time and scaled for six booked through before they start. it ever,run out
to enable them to sustain a crop; to months before bottling. Be sure your casks Castle Garden is the .funnel through tivation? It is said''i

reduce the quantity of fruit: by judi. are full to, for contact with tbealrwUlcaUJe'tbewine which immigration is poured into this Egypt is the'same as it was a thoiie &.d':*'
Into
cious shortening of the shoots bearing pass wine from acetic oranges fermentation.has been manufactured Considerable country. The pure current flows years ago, and just as prolific Is,that; =

the -fruit buds, and so .direct, the In Florida, and the demand for It through, but the scum and the froth s 6 because if is on "its native 'Reatk '.Ji';
growth that the be baa been very good at Si per gallon. The wine, are strained out and stop there. We and has a character 'formed-:' a e8t ::a.

crop can gathered continues to improve with age. do not want this scum. i stitution founded... upon!'a thouaagd+(' '

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-H.Harris&Co.,on Thursday February 12:' being 108 bales. At the third and lat call at ..,....
years p-f adaptation to the ,climate of, HOME MARKET ,REPORT.JACUONVILLE Florida oranges 80etLQP.50( ; Tangerines, $4( 4 P. m.,It closed easy and, unchanged, with '
? And is th$ reason' why our ,Feb. 18,1881. 4 37K box;$1(93 per half box: Mandarines, further sales of 248 bales. The following"are. tt.J..
Egypt 50 cta.i the official closing quotations of the Cotton -
forward We had ,12.87 per box; Mandarines boxes, spot
successful
Let the fruit a
come
out that itis) an; immigrant, i tol.dzH9grapefmltS237HS3.S7H; (( Pr box; Exchange: ::
as well as the manS who brought'it? sale yesterday. ,Each"Home Market"sale grape' fruit, f6.12'A' per ,hot> ; Navel oranges Good middling, 9@9-16j: middling E ; low .
shows{ improvement in quality $fl.eSUaa O per box; Valencia | middling.7%; good .ordinary, "; ,ord1 a7.1b;::
l Why was it, that the 'Norway o :sosoon4ostits i of stock offered, there being less count nJB3W$4JSQ per case; 420 count, 803.25 .
percale; Messina lemons, $2.65 per, box.-JVutt BXA: ISLANDs-The market was quiet and
I power for: increased, production frost-lightened fruit and a larger Trade,Journal. steady at unchanged prices. There was onlya
? Wait because the climatewas proportion of desirable sizes in heavy nominal business doing. '
Choice 18(319( extra fine, 171 IS: flne,16
less conducive to' bountiful yield stock. The trade, still takes the big, coarse' @17;;medium fine; 15W18;gooa medtnml" ...

than ifs native ? How far ,is this fruit reluctantly, and where It Is also comparatively REPORT, BY M., GEORGE A,CO. 15 ;; median,144@15";Common Georglas and ,
one
,
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But for heavy Fl oridas,1414.... :'
juiceless it is a drug. CHICAGO Feb.141891. '
true of all new'vaneties brought into, stock,and even that which is slightly frosted,' ORANGES Several cars of oranges,Florida, ... fI" '

different .climatic conditions? To there is active bidding,with good prices well large size mainly,were sold at auction yester- 'ST. LOUIS MARKET GOSSIP. : '

what extent'is; the Russian apple a success sustained and tending upwards. Straight day quoted.,and There prices is were a steady within market the range for recently Florida Among the novelties In produce on th'e1:.. !:.y"

? How long will theJersey cow remain lines in desirable sizes and sound,heavy stock oranges,for which demand is fair and offerings street during the week were Frencn onions, ,
cents arrivals have fallen off. received by Hauelsen & Lang, and Holland
25 are though
at and will easily bring ample
a Jersey: cow in the United!States? are a premium Mexican and Valencia oranges sell fairly. cabbage; received by John Bentzen Son,.,*
Are per box above top prices given below, and Some new lots of Valencia coming,'which, I$ Strawberries were coming here freely a '
.imported qualities'staying qualities even mixed sizes;where there Is not too much Is said, will be very nice.! year ,ago from Florida the season opening "f
? It:is a,gravequestion whether:, very large fruit, sell well. By comparing: California are rather quiet and Messina sell early In January,but to date no berries have
of the South
here from portion '
lowly. appeared any :t
& in the long run, ,there-is anything to our prices with reliable,quotations from the Florida.f76'Ct 200 to b3X, $3@3.25( ; Florida,150' although berries are expected from severalpoints tf",
be gained by importing new van great' Northern markets it will be seen that to box, $150@2tf( ); Florida.. 128 to boX$2.25@ In Florida next week. It Is better for ,
now : Jacksonville is to-day the best orange marketin 235; Florida 96 to box, $2-;, Florida, 225 all concerted they should not appear here any
eties of grain and fruit.; It is thought by 250 to box i2.5o3. earlier than the latter part of February,when
'
the country. The reason is obvious: A the becomes riper for them.
Florida,stock oU'and unsound, Il.fi@LFlorida () public appetite
many that the,best permanent resultswill : large number of minor markets prefer.to buy Tangerines are scarce; boxes sell at *:* The organization of the shippers and

,,l .coffl&Jbyv'improving, the present here and ship fresh, fruit direct $5/36; cases of 2 boxes $5o. speculators In oranges at Rlver>lde, Cal.,
In
Florida Mandarins, In cases of 2 boxes, whose Ironclad agreement was published :
stock, cultivating new!'. varieties from rather than draw their supply from steady At $.f&; 4.f O: this column two weeks ago, has given rise' to ,.
the indigenous fruits and, grains and Northern centers at second hand, Florida grape fruit scarce.and firm,at$3 i the existence of an organization of the grc::S* '
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than 3.25 box.Valencia.. ere who do not propose to let the peculatorsdictate f
better
from the imported that, 'have been and can afford to pay prices per ,cases,are telling at$..50(15.( ,the terms upon which they will buy'
can' be obtained In these centers. We quote Messina boxes, choice desirable 'sizes, and handle their fruit. Thus does trouble
with us so long as to, be acclimatized. extra fancy(Halifax Riveretc.),$3t(@3.5O; fancy quotable at 2.50 per box; less desirable stockat begin Tor,the shippers beforethelr, agreement.,

There is generally a weak point m.foreign S2.50&3; brifhts, good ,counts, |2@2.50; $L2502 35.CaliforniaCholc.. .mountain fruit sold at tions Is two so weeks'old Important, and to the the mutual harmonious Interest'rela-of.

plants which has to",be eliminatedby mixed, sizes, 81.75@2; off sizes and coarse' $2J50@2J5 per box and Riverside at $2. & 3.00. growers and shipper have ceased to exist.

culture here. 'The plants are apt fruit- 'l,40@1:00': ; russets same as bright*; Mexicans",choice and desirable R'zefl.S3' .$3 25per The Growers assert that they will and ship have and .
market their own fruit If necessary
2.30@3 box less desirable sizes.$2H@2.75In
if Navels,t2.05@3.10;Tangerines,* ; Mandarins organized with that In view.P. M Kelp in
first
to degenerate at s successful or filling orders, fine selected fruit sells for ,.
,f 2.10@i50;grape fruit, $2.6003. Drops, better thin above pricesPINEAPPLZSAre PoIt-1J .Patch. 15th. :
to take',on some disability not antici- culls and'fro9ted" not quoted,though some rather slow. Florida r

pated. drops sold as high as 11.95. quotable at $250(312.75( per dozen for good to AND REPLIES.'; ;
$U502( for poor., Havanas$.50@3( per dozen. QUESTIONS
questions V
these
However are answered 6 .
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there is no doubt that our climate NEW VEGETABLES. tubscrt-
All reasonable questions,coming,from a :-I
modifies man and beast foliage REPORT BY G. S. PALMER. STRING BEANs-Florida in bushel boxes ber,will be answered as promptly as possible, and
,
NEW YORK Feb. 13, 1891. held at about$4 a box. They were reported- without eharge.1taddreaed to the editor at Lawtey.' ,".
and!, grain, and that the.; best ,results selling slow.TOMATOESRule.
Florida mail. ,
The market at present on oranges quiet. Replies can not be given by

come from a proper consideration of rules steady; receipts are In no way excessive, California tomato In orates of four boxes FLORlbX
F. J.P.r.
like, conditions, or better conditions. and there is a better Inquiry for all grades; moderate sale at$2.50@3 for choice to fine. 49. FLORA OF
Florida 10-ft boxes 1.benlaw with$1 asked. Palma Sola, Florida. There is no sepa-
The potato is a better product on,Lake strictly fancy Indian River fruit selling tromt8jf.50 Bushel boxen slow at $44.50, rate publication on this subject that we. ..

Superior than, in the Andes, its native ( per box as to quality; choice bright, Key Went In 10-ft boxes dull.quoted Jtls dlul not at$1.selling know of. Chapmaa' ,Flora of the Southern ->

home;,,but while ,through all,'its jour-: 176i and 200s,S J.62$3; other sizes, 12350150; NEW. but CABBAGE-Very Is accumulating. Obtainable at 2.50 4 States is the best work ; write to D.
large coarse, $1.75; russets, selected counts, ?"... '
since it discovered it has @2.75 per crate. Trade taking old cabbage Appleton & Co., New York.
neyings was 2.50; mixed counts,?22 2i; Tangerines, $4 altogether. 60.-ADDRESS., I. S. Keeler. Belle-

preserved its i 'predilection for a cool, 5;Mandarins, 3fJ3; grape fruit, scarce and in NEW offered CELERy-A at 40f60c fair.quantity per dozen.of New It does Orleans view, Fla. Waldo F. Brown lives in

temperate climate, it has j its choice of demand, 4.50@5 a bbl. Strawberries In demand not sell. Old being plenty and, 'cheap. Someof I Oxford, Ohio. '
climates. 'Migration has'improved the Anything fancy would realize extreme the new Is a little green !et. 51. EUREKA INSECTICIDE. L.
BERMUDA POTATOES-Sell slowly at$Si($&50 "
prices. S. Ocala. This preparation is recommended
stock On the other hand Indian brl
per --
% Vegetables continue in light supply, except tried*
BERMUDA ONIONS--Weaker and slow. Not by some growers who have
corn,does not take kindly to Europe: string beans ruling lowerSL50@aso per crate; quotable at above about $3 per box' it for scale as well as the rust mite. 'Va.:

though the thermal; l latitude in 'some, beets. f 1:,25(3( 1.50; tomatoes,f 2@3( ; cucumbers CAULIFIX stock. >WER Quotable-Moderate at $3@4.5Q offerings per of dozen Flor- have had no personal experience with it. '
ida
parts woutd justify jts culture there.It and ,green peas wanted at extreme prices heads,according to quality. Selling only In It is much cheaper than the kerosene

will grow there, it,is true, and grow Eggplant, ,$8II per..r bbl.;cabbages,11.5032.50.. ) a small CUCUMBERS way.: -Supply fair and demand light, emulsion, and you might dowell first.: to giveit

well, but not with such productivenessas n i Little of the stock Is really fine. Quotatlona a trial in a small way at
FLORIDA FRUIT AT AUCTION.AT range at $2 per dozen for the best, down to 52., FRUIT IN JAMAICA. G. G. J.,I -i
in its native home America. It
40@50c. for small and poor. Unless stock is Newport, Vt., Apply to the Jamaica I.
has a choice of condition that cannot NEW YORK.E. fine, it is hard to sell. Government, Botanical Department, ,

be decided by the range of the thermometer L. Goodsell sold this week as follows; Kingston Jamaica. The N. E. Grocctt .
rain- MONDATV-Grape fruit, &3.35; Navel oranges is publishing an.interesting series of le-*
Not heat alone
: nor |3.65@430; Florida oranges; brights, REPORT BY P. M. KIEL: & CO. ters from Jamaica, entitled "Banaiu

fall, nor sun exposure,. nor altitudeor |123@2Lo5( ; Indian river brights, |2.80; golden ST. Louis, Feb. 16th. land." .f

latitude, nor any single, ,element,' russets,.|L55@2.60; fancy brights,l.9i.. Oranges are now moving more freely. They 53. INDIAN RIVER. J. E. B., .Ill-..,

but rather all ,combined in proper 'WKDNESDAT.-Tangerines,(one-half boxes, are getting scarcer, especially the smaller ton, Fla. Indian River has the repute:
SL25@2.60; Mandarines, half boxes, 75c@Jl.OQ; sizes, but the large ones,96 to 128 are still very .free from malaria. We
ratio can safely determine where to ; bard to move Extreme range for sound fruit," tion ot being .
; and what, box,J2JH; grape fruit,$1.60@2.40; Navel or- 200 to 300 according to size, etc. Bad order ordamaged. saw no, indications of its prevalence in
plant, when to'plant to. anges,$3.4534.10; Florida oranges, golden rusgeU lower. Tangerines, Manderines the facta of the inhabitants..

plant-EDWIN WILLITS, in American i ,1.502.53; russets,S2@ o60; brights,$1.30 and grape No fruit berries show in comldeiable our market yet.Improvement Nice- 54. PROFIT IN COCOANUTS. M. "

Gar/en i 3.05; fancy brights,|2 80; bright'russets,$235. fruit would go at 75 cents quart in a limited S., Chicago. There no profit in cocoa .

FRIDAY.-Tangerines,, half boxes, $1.65; war. Cabbage.New Orleans receipts.$2.25 to nut culture in Florida. A practical man,
.
stock $2.25 to 2 0. Our
Mobile ,
Markets for Florida Produce. grape fruit,$2.95; Navel oranges, golden russets 2.75 market crate.Is still barren of Florida tomatoes. a resident on Indian River, told us thatit

J2.60S2.70: brights, fl.06@2.75; russets Only Bermuda stock-$1.25 per box. costs more to free the nut from its

$1.05$2.30; golden russets, U3532.56; bright husk than a nut in the West Indies can be

REPORT, BY FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE:! russets,|L75a35( ; choice brights,$1.8). MARKET.The bought for. Nobody, it is said, is grow- .

JACKSONVILLE, Feb 16, 1891. Mevsrs. Sgobel&Day, agents Florida Fruit MINNEAPOLIS ing them on Lake Worth for profit; that

PrIce. on first-class ,stock have advanced Exchange have sold this week as follows:, Commercial Bulletin 7 quotes as follows that:mar- idea has been abandoned, and they are '.j.
,
96 cents per; box rincelast report, and to-day MOND AY.-1,223 boxes oranges at $3.1Q@i( ; ket The under supply date of of oranges February Is pretty liberal and cultivated in a small way simply as cu- *

we can 'quote strictly fancy, 176 tom oounts, Navel oranges,$3.35; half boxes Tangerines. '; prices have been reduced about 26o on in Flori- riosities to sell to tourists.

at$1 and firm.' Beyond this there U particularly 03.30. das during the and wek.selling nicely Callfornlas at former are prices bet- 55. HICK'S WEATHER PREDICT:
ter supply,
.whatever. WEDNESDAY.-1,046 boxes oranges, $3.20 are reported as Cobden Thomasville Ga.
no change: California seedling. oranges TIONS. .lJ. ,
Advices from all points Indicate a desire on 1.40; half boxes Tangerines,$2.451.55 being in good condition for shipment,with We haT_TBmall confidence in the weather

the part of the trade to pay good prices for fair FRIDAY.-3,100 boxes oranges at $3.25(91.10( ; prices ,reasonable at this time., in',fact In,Los lower Angeles than 'district one prognostications of Mr. lei R. Hicks. : ,

marketable fruit,but reluctantly, confess half boxes Tangerines,$3L39@i; boxes Navels, year ago the fruit is iespeclallr free from smutawing We can discover no reason why he should

that only a very Insignificant percentage of $N.1243.40.- to the absence of wet weather. be able to see further into a. millatofle, ,

the fruit BOW going forward can be classed,as Market stronger dally and promises to be than; any other man. When' the collective

even fair to good. The.bulk of It run large higher next week.AT SAVANNAH MARKETS. wisdom of the United States Signal -'
proportion showsunmletakable BOSTON. Service can look more than hours mto
In size and quite as large
,
H. Harris; Co. sold as follows February<6 J: OFFICE MORNING NEWS \ deem it tolerabipaudacio&eor
signs of Injury from frost We SAVANNAH,GA.,Feb.10,1881.1 f the future,we '
,were hi hopes that nearlylf alUhe frosted Valencia Onions, $4! per case; Valencia or- COTTON The market waa dull and weak- any one man to pretend 'to do so,

trait had been-disposed of by this time. anges,714 count, $4.15(34.25( per case; Valencia Although not quotably lower,still some trans. and, as a. matter of 'Tact, how often has' ., ,.

'advises received to-da7"abow oranges,420 count,$95S&26 per case. actions were at fractionally than quota- he presaged correctly? t.
Telegraphic and "
Feb.9 Florida i tions. The' demand was rather slow '.
at all H.Harris& Co.on Monday : i.
very light receipts, comparatively, hesitating,while holders were offering freely;
,and everything points to better results oranges,STKcts.,$3 per box; grape, fruit $3$ especially of,the poorer qualities;for:which. HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATZ'F ;. '
We pui&ts aN :,confident that all shipments of 3.&X per,box and $6.126 per bbl.; Navels there is little or DO inquiry. The day.closed r WakefuJne'ls', '* 4. :if: /
fally he'total'sales were -
Tangerines, 3.62}$ pefbox with a small business. ? **"*-* i4'
good ,fruits, .made during the present week, '1.8746.5pperbox; half only 346 bales. On 'Change at, the opening' ffystcria- and other diseases efthe mrvous ''
box Mandarines ,
will eaters market In good shape., WeaUll and SL62 2J7K per '; calf at 10 a. m. the market was reported easy ;.
ors ,L50$1.87H per box,and 56cts. and $.J5>> andunchangd, but with no transactions.At-At system. : .
advise growers( to go- stow for a while- large, half box. the second call,all pm.,it was easy,the, sales i ', '' 0; .'.
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FRUIT-GROWER. ___ _ fFESx U 1Y. 191891.ode !}.; .
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ogues before me. It is "grand/ and "one of the most ornamental of of fruit and :
Il :and Lawn :'superb," "charmlng"magni&, all climbing vines." ; every part otbe tree Can

,. ....,- ..". ........ ._ cent;" 'I started''' out to'count' the Oh, Pegasus! how in be utilized. Messrs.: ,Beach think that,
we scoot! ten
.rSome number, ,of times the word years, more camphor trees' will
Troublesome Florida Weeds. "grand"occurs R. T. CHOKE. be growing 'in :Florida than
in,the score and, half of orange
No. 21. but I gave it' up, I have not the pages,time.,, trees, and that this industry will prove .
Camphor Culture.
'
[j. H. SIMPSON, MANATEE.} And then the new things, in some of to be more profitable than the product
John M. Maisch Ph. D. tion :
at the of At' the
these sugar. time
present
: ,
Beerhae&ia catalogues! One's head
This swimsas
'erec (J. plant
IS Pharmaceutical
of the the
meeting Phila.delpnia for
price yearlings is from
to
:- he contemplates the of 25
found principally in fields,
sometimes,,comes up in abundance. 1 t species :mind new ,species-new that,city,.read the following interesting ;, more.
; you-out of the whole .
is an annual with opposite, ovate, or cloth, from a new bolt of entirely new paper Florida on' the Camphor Industry of From their experience thus far +

roundish leaves. 'The.stems; 'are from design. And, with what superb'com i,I The ; gained, they outline"the treatment ,of
three placency does the daily papers have recently referred camphor' trees as follows : At ;the
one:to feet, longt with swollen : writer use the Latin to
experiments carried on in age of four'or five the first
years cutting
that

)joints., The, flowers: are small and that names; we may never' mistrust Florida with the view of introducing is made for distillation by
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some prun-
purple or: white. Though thin is not some old acquaintance"superb new acqusition" is there the production of camphor. ing from the ground to the height at

near ,.so, Dad a weedas: many, yet it i mon nuisance. Now ,and or: then some corns Messrs. A. J. 'Beach & Son, nursery. which the head of the tree is to be re

advisable to keep it from going to seed to some garden a contributor men, at Palatka, Florida, have for tained. From that time on the head I

by thorough culture. himself because these journal explodes several years past, paid attention to is sheared in a suitable manner, with.

Phytolacca itt ruIrt! (Pokeweed, men do not give us the; Latin names plants-;, the culture of the tree, and during out neglecting 'the pruning from the

Poke, Scoke_ Garget, Pigeon-berry). S\) that we know what the present autumn produced some ground up, with the view making .
This is a: stout branching' may they are, camphor. Mr. Chas. A. Heinitsh the head With this
perennial, talking about. And, ,now ,they: have larger: treatment, \
very; common,in the margins ofli.eldsand done !it t1.! and ,I must buy .Euphorbia Lancaster, Pa., has been in correspon- distillation is carried on every year,

:in waste' grounds. If land lies corrouaiat. "a truly_ beautiful flower t.dence.. with_ the. firm named. and has and in twelve or fifteen vParc the

idle,;a:;year or',two it springs up;abun. before I can know that it is the, Kingly placed at my disposal several trunk of the tree will then' have-attained
same
dantly some placesas it seeds abundantly individual whom, I tried for two letters from which the following information a sufficient size to be sawed

and the berries are devoured to expel from; flower summers is gleaned, that appears to be into'lumber, so that the valuable camphor
my garden! of
by :thef birds.? It is very easily ,de;= Or I must, buy Ncptta glcchoma ''a general interest : wood may also be utilized. The

troyed the first year, but, in time it new'trailing plant," in order to ,,find I in The camphor tree grows in Florida trees being set fifteen feet apart, the I

produces a 'good-sized root that must''' out,that my new purchase is old old almost any kind of soil! is in a stumps may be allowed to' produce

be,got: up.; It is a large strong weed friend! But look an growing condition for about nine shoots until young trees have been
you can at' the t
and, should be destroyed with the hoe pictures? See here ', months during the year, and is not af raised and are sufficiently advanced to '

,the:.1 first year. It is, however, 'a valu ; they are! fected by cold weather. After two or take the place of the.'old ones, when

able medicinal plant, and the berriesare Alas, my'ways are so crude'r' my three years, it will grow with little or the stumps are uprooted and subjected

devoured by birds thereby,saving eyes so poor that I cannot always no care, and even in the pcorest land to distillation. It will be seen that i

that amount of valuable l fruit,, so, that make my plants,look like the pictures. was found to have produced at twelve nothing goes to waste.: '

its good qualities recommend it to, And then there are vagaries about the I years a trunk fourteen inches in diam It should be stated yet that tHe

mercy. more than most weeds'do.nfTwpaatum pictures.! r4i Here is one of the wonder-, eter. Another tree ten years old, has claim of the newspapers of the !
fur T1P 'and it. is 'the greater
Came nrtnrp grown two trunks. r\f
-- ---- ---- each feet
ten
awumrigweeat! [ ,amo s r---- strength the camphor Droduced ''tn'
Quarter). 'ThIs is a tall, branching which for two or three seasons has high and twelve inches in diameter: Florida:as compared with'the i imported

weed,introduced from Europe.: So been called, Prunus Simoml And'here the total height of the tree being be- camphor, is erroneous. The specimen
is
far as I ,have seen' it in Florida it is'not the 'captivating .lithograph 'of tween thirty-five and forty feet. here shown has an odor differ-

so noxious as in the North 'It is an' the Moyer grape, but the ;:makers of It is apparent from these satements ing from that ordinarily observed: in

annual ,and seeds I the plate call it Delaware! And I that the is
camphor
:abundantly, and tree of rapid commercial camphor, the''oder of
should be prevented from going to might name, a dozen of these plates growth. When between four and five safron being distinctly recognizable.. v

seed',by thorough cultivation and ,the which do service for two ,or three years old, it has attained a height of After the complete separation of the

use of the scythe. ,things. They remind: me of !Artemus ten feet and a trunk diameter four volatile oil with which the'
is
camphor
Chtnopodium m rosiozilts: ,var. an- Ward's'wax statoote," which ,he paraded inches. From some trees of this size still impregnated to some extent the
,
thclminticum (Worm Seed). This is a as an image Washington., I Messrs. Beach cut branches about one properties of the latter, including odor
When
perennial.l", ,Aromatic, plant found In a spectator declared that'the"statoote" inch thick at the base, and with the and composition, will doubtless be
waste' and looked no more like Wash leaves subjected them
grounds pastures. It seeds to distillation, identical with the corresponding

abundantly; is a homely weed and, ington than he did himself, Artemus the wood and every other part of the perties of the camphor imported from

though ,it does not molest cultivated complacently replied, -"That, sir, is tree being rich in camphor. Using :China and Japan. '

land .to"any extent, yet it is'a very unsightly the beauty of the statoote; I, call it an improvised still, the yield from I. ,'

'weed, especially: in yards In Washington, but you can call it who thirteen pounds of branches was a Consumption Cured. ;<<

front of houses :: # you darned please." common teacupful of crude cam- An old physician retired from practice,had

,. i Ho.wdeliciously and lingeringly phor. but' it is estimated that aboutWA4V sionary placed In the his formula hand by an last India ml--
of
Gardening they draw out the merits of the"grandnew nnA..U'. ",.t .',1.._ ___-'.__ remedY for the ...needv And'a__simple_..'.....vegetable_. _____1
at Night. .. Ja. W % led UlWUU\ was JVSOfc Consumption;'Broncbltls.' i u
son'i r- now they ten us of.th'e livid in distillation. The still consisted of and all throat and long affections Catarrh,also Asthma
During.the ray 1 .fuss a posi
and
worry, foliage, the charming and sweet-scent a common iron kettle tive and radical care for nervous debility and
watch 'and wait arid holding ten all nervous complaints.!
results come ed flowers of Having tatted Its
"deliciously: fugitive"habits gallons to which wonderful curative
was fitted a wooden powers in thousands
Y
slowly. Bugs the ,
1 on potatoes, bugson of rase and desiring to relieve human ,
: melting and suffer '
the :cucumbers, bugs on the : surpassing cover: plastered over with clay, and ing I will send free of charge to all who wish
flavors
asparagus It. this
this was connected with one-inch, wIth recipe in German trench English,
worms on currants,and corn Oh full directions for, preparing and
golden of the using.
apples
Hesper- galvanized Went by mall,
and" 'pipe. The kettle was by addressing with
tomatoes; stamp
; .drought on the hill, ides, you are outdone! See this: !"It charged with the naming this paper. W.A.No>ots,83)Powers
camphor branches
Block,
mud'
in the Rochester N.
hollow Y.
: ; 'poor'seed, poor, is indeed one of the,most lovely flowering and a small of
quantity
water, and the
labor
'
plants, apparently wasted j'this ;
is often the record of the trees. After the plant'' iso; distillate was collected in a five gal The Best of
all
hours of
Cauliflowers
sunshine years' old, we',have never known itto' lon cracker can; the condensed oil,, !

fail' fruiting a: single season 'on any by reducing the TB the sort now sent out
Bit'exhilaration, as of intoxication temperature, separated for the first time,the
,. soil; and any season, however unfavorable the Perfection. The Snowball Gilt-edge
is and
camphor. It claimed
COwith. lamplight The cata..logics After that Extra-e two the
will if
plant cultivated extensive
years an
market
on a
sufficiently extensive gardener who
'j oh, the catalogues! Brilliant i hang loaded with this luscious fruit scale the raised these. and all other sorts believes that has
camphor tree would
scarlet and and I yield within three years the most
gold ,and enterprise
: green blue! the
so branches
; will mark.t
gardeners
weep (poor much larger profit in Florida than will have dropped then
lovely women, running: brooks, verd- things! 'the another y and be raising Perfection Trial
) to ground.. It will package 96
ant lawns! How the, grow product of the soil. In additionto cents; per oz., .... Heed catalogue Fait to
covers
dazzle about four .
feet
high., The,berries are this, it should be noted that the. everyone.JAMES _
the How camphor -
:eyes! J. GREGORY
.the pages disclose about half an inch in diameter and is SON
tree
visions ,of ,'fairy-land' and paradise an evergreen of handsomeappearance Marblehead Mass
of;
; a beautiful deep ,purple, of exceedingly and in that .
hardy climate
There are no failures i; '
here.
.
Only luscious THREE-FOOT HOLE
quality' etc:, etc. that it is not eaten by cattle and other
buy, dear friends, buy! You are''ab- What is it? The dwarf stock DUO xw rwq >XXNUTX.
Juneberry. and.that in
solutely sure" to succeed. a few years it does not The coming digger It .
Here
are .Come down to luxuriant hillside will bore
my require the protection of fence aho'ewhere.o
a .
the
pictures! and,right under: them are, next June and he under this '"tree", being other auger will work *
then
strong be It It the ..
the enough not to broken only post bole.
descriptions! And for
the novice, which'attains the of digger that will
height four feet down,by cattle. It empty,
flourishes
in
al-
here the directions the dirt ItMlf
are, bytOBcMng,
Nothing .can and of the
partake and
be easier. dry seedy most.any'soil ,like the native pine and afprlng. Ott the afescy i'
fruits: Come! Come and see dewberry oak is for your county write .
my ; ; not attacked by insects quick.!
I have one of the no .Address, ,
butterfly cata "the ?'
,: delicious of all'fruits./ loss occurs by the dropping or stealing CILUOTOX Sazur M/o.Co v, '
OPJE2T. CXJOSZD.>
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*:* *HOur -
valley, breathing forth the very essenceof in some parts"of our country,arc quite

Rural-fioine I sweetness. and purity. Fragranceis sufficient; if carefully gathered ,and All Odds

....... ....... directly opposed to disorder, uncleanness distributed in proper quantities, 'tomake By
and ill-temper. ,, supply of delicate
generous
No The most generally useful medicine it Ayer'sPills
Grippe In Florida. Q' Women of 'wealth find it easy perfume,the household linen, ward- As remedy for the rarloiii diseases

In,..obedience. ,to" your! .requesti; I matter to supply themselves with all robe and toilets of. the .farmer's. wife Of the stomach, liver, and boweb. these
take pleasure ingIVIng'my'opinion of the elegant, sweetly-scented toilet requisites and daughter. Fills haveno equaL Their Iqar-coa $c..
causes them not only to be easy and
the-:catarrhal fever now so general in which are now so generally Pleasant perfumes will not abide pleasant to take, but preserves their medicinal -

.t some portions,of Florida. offered for sale, and by many sweetness with, unwholesome,ones. ,This is true integrity in all climates and for any
i St. Bronchial catarrh like all ca of -one's reasonable length of time. The best family
is thought to be available only to property and person. No
medlcino,Ayer's Pills are,also unsurpassed
tarrhal inflammations, ,is characterizedby these favored ones. This conclusionis perfume at all is much more desirable for the use of travelers,soldiers,.tailors

a hyperaemic state of the mucous however, far from correct. A very than either a strong or a common one. campers, and pioneers.. In some Of the
membrane in those tubes abnormal most critical ca.ses.when all other remedies
causing
plain home may be supplied with But the orris-root can be safely recom-
have failed,
secretions and if long continued pleasant odors, and a restricted ward- mended, if used in the right way, for
*" ,- causing also a gradual ,change in its Pills .
robe may be steeped in fragrance. delicacy, permanency and sweet- ,Ayer's :
texture. The membrane appears ness.-Ladie Home Journal.Healthfulness .
Bottles ol tanna cologne and choice prove effective. -
injected, ecchymosed, infiltrated, French sachet powders are not at all It "In the summer.of 1864 I was sent to the
opaque, swollen and covered with ,se-: desirable of of Pork. Annapolis hospital, suffering with chronic
cretion. In this the finest tubes necessary, though very diarrhea. While there, I became so reduced -
way course. The toilet soap 'should be of As for the healtbfulness of pork as In strength that I could not speak and
become closed entirely so that the in- the best, both in fragrance and qual- an article of food; it would be'rather was compelled to write everything I wantedto

.- gress and egress of air into' the air ity. If scented, this is somewhat ex- a pity to have the question settled, its say. I was then having some 25 or 30
stools The doctors ordered medIcine
a
per day. -
cells
and
cease altogether, a poisoningof pensive unless purchased in the city discussion offering tempting a field that I was satisfied would be of no

the blood by uneliminated carbon and in quantitJr. A plain, scentless, for the airing of remarkable theories. benefit to 'me. I did not take It, but persuaded -

takes place as a necessary conse- white castile is always in good The Anglo-Saxons have always been my nurse to 'get me some of Dr.Ayer's .
This soap Pills. About two o'clock in the after-
quence. state of things gener- a* pork-eating people, "swineeatingchurls" noon I took six of these pills, and by midnight
ally happens with infants who are not taste.Most of the delightful odors which being one of the favorite epithets .began to feel better. In the morningthe
strong enough to clear out the secreted of their Norman doctors came again, and: after decidingthat
cling so persistently yet faintly to the conquerors ; yet
my symptoms were more favorable,gave
phlegm. In such' cases, during post gloves, laces, handkerchiefs and stationery the same "churls" have held their own me a different medicine, which I did not use,-
mortem examinations, the lungs swell, of the lady of fashion are pro- pretty well. Pork is the chief diet in but took four more of the pills Instead. The
of the thorax next day the doctors came to see me, and
out not having room the'uthern and western sections of
duced by the free use of sachet bagsor
thought I was doing nicely, (and so did I).
enough inside without they ,are com cushions. Closets, cabinets and the United States, and the people present I then took one pill a day for a week. At the

pressed by the parietes of the thorax, receptacles of all sorts are lined with as high a type, physically and end of that time, I considered myself cured
because their alveoli remain filled with mentally, as those of the middle and and that Ayer's Pills had saved my life. I
perfumed cushions and loose cases of
was then weak, but had no return of the
the inhaled air. Bronchitis, whether various sorts, and scents are scattered eastern. The great staple of Germany disease, and gained In strength as fast as
confined to the larger or smaller tubes, everywhere her possessions.The is pork, and Germany certainly produces could be expected.**-F. C.Luce,Late Lieut.
is most always attended with fever.It among a vigorous people. The Latin C6th Regt.:Mass.VoL Infantry.
lady of equally refined tastes "Ayer's Pills areThe
generally sets in with chilliness, but smaller income can,easily produce races are not pork-eaters; in physique

alternating with a feeling of burningheat these effects by the use of a very sim- they are inferior to the Germanic. All BestI

without a corresponding rising of ple,and inexpensive substitute. The of which goes to prove that pork is ex- have ever used for headaches, and they
the mercury when the body thermometer odor of finely-powdered orris-root is cellent-for those who like it.-Good act like a charm In relieving any disagreeable -
is Thus 'sensation In the stomach after "
applied. we may already Housekeeping.Sleep eating.
almost the that of
precisely same as
Mrs.}[.J. Ferguson, Va.
in Pullens
the commencement of a fever be .
the double English violets, which are "I was a sufferer for years from dyspepsia
able'to,distinguish a catarrhal from an sold at large prices. Twenty-five cents for School Children and liver troubles, and found' no

inflammatory fever; the latter generally worth of orris-or less than that if We all know how much greater is permanent relief until I commenced takblCAyer's
commencing with chill is the need of children for than of Pills. They have effected a com-
only one sleep
,
is "
all liberal-is
your druggist at suffi- plete cure. -George W. ,Mooney, Walla
followed by a fever heat that:indicates cient to impart a delightful fragranceto grown persons, and how necessary for Walla,W.T.Ayer's.

a much higher degree on the ther all your possessions to which fragrance their! good it is to be able fully to sat-

mometer. Such catarrhal fevers are should be applied.To isfy this need; but how great it'is gen Pills,

sometimes epidemic as in the present perfume the drawers of a chiffonier erally at any particular age of the childis rXXTAJTO IT

catarrhal epidemic in some portionsof or bureau, sprinkle a sheet of very hard to define exactly. The ,DR. J. C. AVER .&'CO. Low, MaSs.
,
this State. It is specific and affects amount varies under different climatic
wadding with a liberal supply of the Sold by an DroffbU and Dealers> U Vedldae.
the muscular and nervous, system. powder and put it into a case of cheese conditions. In Sweden, we considera
"Grippe" is not a new. term in the cloth with sleep of eleven or twelve hours necessary
: an outer cover of silk or
medical nomenclature of Russia. It satin if choose for the younger school children, ,
you though an extra
antedates many more familiar terms.I i. and of at least eight or nine hours for
of the cheese cloth
cover tufted with
THE GLORY OF MAN
think it'is'tised to express a.,grave bright worsted, is as useful, if not the older ones. Yet the investigations
type 'of influenza, as catarrhal l fever is quite so handsome. The loosemeshesof have shown that this requirement lacks STRENGTH YITAUir1WTHME

to indicate a more severe type of "bad i the cheese cloth allow the perfumeto much of being met in all the classes

cold." The cases in Florida are only escape freely, and all the laces and through the whole school. Boys in How Lost! ow .,ga n.d,

mild catarrhal fevers and respond ribbons placed in this drawer will have. the higher classes get but little more HOF'

promptly to treatment. In severe or their share of the delicate, spring-like than seven hours in bed; and'as that is

neglected cases in the Northern fragrance. Small; sachet bags of the the average, it is easy to perceive that j/FE '

States, we have varying types of the powder should also be thrown aboutin many of them must content themselveswith
influenza still less It is also evident
Russian or grippe involvingthe various places and occasionally sleep.
whole'system, and especially the from the investigations that the sleep
shaken should
as the lining also be,
( [
mucous membranes even into the to facilitate the escape of the odors. ing time is diminished with the increase

bowels. In old people or otherwise : A bit of trifle of the working'hours from classto THE SCIENCE P L..
perfumed wadding a
exhausted persons, such catarrhal I class, so that pupils of the same age A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical TraagM
of ribbon, silk, or even cheese cloth, oath errors of YestbPrsatnr.D.eiin.N.ryotaand
fevers, influenza or la grippe, some- is easily made up into a sachet-bag, enjoy less according as they are higherin h'l1ca1 Debility,LnpqrUlee of the l>ecd.
times take and their classes. It thus conS
a malignant turn assumea appears
and these be placed wherever
simple or typhoid pneumonia and may stantly that in schools of relatively UHAUSTEDVlTAUIYUNTQLD
there are things to be sweetened, tak-
often end in death.-T. J. WILLIAMSON make the longer hours of work, the sleepingtime
ing care not to fragrance too
M. D., in Lake Region. common. of the pupils is correspondingly, MISERIESResulting

shorter.. In short the prolongation of
For the box, desk or drawer where from Tony,Vice,Ifnerasee, ..
Delicate Perfumes. the working hours takes place for the Orertaxatlon, omitting the tip
stationery is kept there should be a for Work,Business,th.Muri.dori Social Relation.Arold .
A delightful perfume has an inde- liberal allowance of the perfume. A most part at the cost of the time for unskillful jjretenders. Possess this great,
Science Monthly. work. It contains 800 pages,royal$vo. Beaetifal
*-Popular
scribable influence. All people of delicately sweetened letter always givesan sleep. binding embossed,fall nit. Price only 1.00 by

refined taste love it. The odor of a added pleasure- the, recipient.But mail,postpaid Prospectus,concealed Free,IT inplala yon apply wrapper BOW.JSestrathre The-

cluster of blush roses, a handful of again, we say, be careful not to distinrnished &athor.m. H. Paik.D.., re-

sweet violets ,or tinted trailing arbutus overdo the matter. Strong perfumesare Fir a DISORDERED LIVER from ceiTedthe the GOLD Na.tJeDa111fe41ea1 JEWXXJJCD. .AseoeUtiom Tmtirt farthle .

r is sure, for the time, to drive:away offensive and out of taste. lEECHM'S PILLS. pnY8ICAI PRIZE DEBIUTYJr.Parkeraad E1MAY ..' NKKYOU corps\ and

frowns, unpleasant thoughts. No The wholesome, clean and delicate Try of Assistant Physicians may be consulted, eos&.

woman can, deliberately, set her lips odors of the lavender flower, "straw 26cts. a Box. THE dentially PEABODY by mail or MEDICAt In person at INSTITUTE the ones of,

to unkind, harsh, rasping words in the berry" spruce and the fine blooms of ;'(..4 B nlfl nek St.,Boston Maej.,to whom afl
OF 4-r.-r. ,n 'C"c.o.: T8.' orders for books letters for aJme sfceaM'be
presence of a bunch of lilies-of-the- sweet, white clover,.which are found directed.abore.


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TOM SAWYER. ,, - Staff Contributor A Voice from the
Sick
t -t. Room.
Bunsby's who have already delivered "Tom was there sure enough, but in
I ;
don't
know that
Hayseed is Risin. a man is expectedto themselves. It was said for years that that floating state of vision and ex :
apologize for being sick, for he can- the issue of greenbacks unconsti-
was istence where'tbe
We kiD allot thread on the distaffof
us remember. how 'long about not himself
always help and does
not tutional
September .. until and yet there never was a life becomes so fine telescope cannot
see the mischief
The p pe-raused ter tell about the caucus. or ;; is done exactly; better dollar. It was good when, discern it, he heard the of a
how it cry
4 the fair, came about. I will to the Gen'l
say Spinner his wonderful
put little waif
sig of which he was the proudly
End them fellers from the ..lty.u.sed.ter,get readers of this Department that for. nature to it and it is good to-day conscious
and
any- progenitor then it
,
almighty witty thirty days. the world
has
past seemeda where on the earth. If
On the feller with the duster what,had bay blank and green the was, amid the chaos of his surround-
to me, I have suffered farmers of
America
seed in his hair. can persuade any ings, that he made one desperateeffort
more than I ever suM>osed I could more such unconstitutional dollars
retraced his
They bed fun in Legislatures with,the. man feel and live; but thanks to the ,Lord, into existence, in the name of freedom back ,to life and the steps friends,and and.came the ,

what raised pertaters, .'., I am here yet and I am getting well. let them corrie for .
have little
; we upon us a one that, will
If by hook or crook or chance elected and I sit soon whisper
sent there, can only about the house and greater crisis than that of 1861., 'papa.' .

End reportorial fritters used I lercommentoa wonder what the busy :world is doing, Whatever may be the merits of the "Mother and child doing finely, and _

the whiskers while I long to get to work again. I bill, or its demerits, it has awakenedan 'Tom' so far recovered as to sit

Bad the: carpetsack of Blllson, what had look out my window and I see the interest in the breasts of our lawmakers in bed and faintly smile the latest up
hayseed,In his hair., and on
peach plum_trees in .t the full glory that no amount of appeal or I household jewel

Yeab'goshtherld his pass,out end used ter ot Diossom, and I notice that the petition could have aroused. It I

blow the gas out, great orange that shades the west window knocks at the door of Congress and, Personal Liberty vs. Small Pox.

End be used to.drink hard elder when he : is getting,, ready to fill all the in the voice of millions of farmers it
The
Plant has itself
weatoutonatear, with its planted squarely
yard fragrance-hence I know says : "We demand I" ,
End he used ter pinch a dollar till the buzzard that the time is against compulsory vaccination. VVe
spring here. When I The
assembled wisdom
of American
used to holler are of the opinion that
End the man cut up-dlk1ouswhathad took my bed there was frdst and ice. farmers proclaims the bill a just one, action in the matter would compulsory lead to

hayseed In his hair. :- have Now, my friends, we are going to and upon that line of policy they serious results and is unconstitutional.It .

}Hat, by gum! you've been readln you observe .some pleasant chats during the propose to fight for the needed is true that our liberties are being
and whatever
year, I find
interesting reform. The
mighty of finance
strange proceedln'It'll men circumscribed
but
steadily ,
I shall tell as yet,
you. There will be muchto and
the feller with chin whiskers that Is the windy statesmen of our thank God hold
we at least to the
slowly gettln'there, 0* talk about of interest to Alliancemen country laugh at our measure and semblance of

End It won't be too surprlsln'ef. by slowly. or.. and I am going.to talk\ it in my declare it both impractical and uncon- freedom-barring the "
compulsory pronunciamento of the'Board .
r.aakIa'. own_ style. stitutional.
It is easv to criticise- ,
of Health.__ .. who. 1..i _
r.n.
wake nrn
Old'parttes the -' .
may up vow uuu hay-
Let me say here, lest there be : .H'J ---- "-J' -
; fool
some any can do that' but the wise
seed la their hair. not to blame, but ,are compelled to act
misunderstanding that I. am not the will
/ man suggest a remedy. Noneof
When the fashions editor and ,have as they have or subject themselves to
chan&e'J'ou'reUers will all no voice in shaping those '
great ones have yet offered 3 a fine of $1,000 and just ..
carry green umbrellas : the policy of this now they.
If
journal.
End'trowsers wide across the seat to make will observe you substitute worthy of the name. It i is feel that they cannot raise that amount ,
the
,. heading ,will
you see claimed that
by
the d&delete; stare_; many we want the I each. Any court would
In them times_ef you pass muster. yon must that I am only staff contributor," Sub-Treasury bill, or something bet against compulsory 'vaccination pronounce
depriving
wear a.linen dater, and am employed by the managementto ter. The unsubstan tial "something as -
; the citizen of his
End efypa,want to throw on stYle'put hayseed contribute a certain amount of read better" has never materialized rights. Now:, ,
In your hair. ing matter weekly. Whatever yet suppose some fiery, untamed specimen ,
and
until it does
., goes we will cling of.Columbia county's manhood should
..' i .I'actfIc.-.Rural Preu..i.t. into the paper over I what t
my have.
newspaper We
we are waiting
.'. come to town with tears in his
-:... ., name, Tom Sawyer, is mine, and I impatiently for the substitute to eyes
sell bale
to a of cotton and the Doctor
The New Political Party.No may be, held responsible therefor, but come forth in all its beauty when
we should
( I step up to him and demand a
else.
other political l movement in nothing will put our pet measure'away into its
our Read drop of blood and to introduce his .
this
day has,had such,a sudden and gigantic department carefully, my grave. In the meantime the govern oxidized poison into his

impulse,as that of,the.Farmers: Alliance brethren, and I feel sure that you will ment flies to the rescue of the Wall that fellow, full of muscular arm ; imagine f

:in the present' year. It-'is, fair interest find every the week something of deep street robbers who prey upon every leg, running down the street and the power M. D., _>

to predict that, encouraged by this to. cause of the Farmers1Alliance. itimate business of the land. If our with opened lancet in one hand and

display,ot strengths-trie:! ,tanners.ot e In the of measure is unconstitutional_ _then it I an Oxford Jointer in the other in full
Southern ,and* Western ..and.pQssibly capacity State Lecturer I wm not have been urged in vain, since
rear
pursuit lends
shall wings to the man .
.
some of die Eastern.States'will;Jake 'a the probably meet many of you during it will educate the people who made of muscle and an extra dollar oils the,. .

still more;"prominent'part.:..in political' ance" with year,all and the I shall talk "Alli the Constitution up to the necessity of rusty machinery of the M. D's. shanks, _

movement, and nominate candidatefor earnestness andpower making it over again. Talk to a free him
giving -
equal celerity, or rather .
the presidency! in,1892. .At tJ'this that God has given me; so look people about an effete Constitution more, and after a race of several :',
for
time the outlook.promises three candidates i- out, TOM SAWYER.SubTreasury. If ours is out of date and not ade- blocks, he catches the unfortunate son ;;'.

Republican, 'Democrat and I quate to the present necessities of the of toil and salesman of a fallen product
-
Fanners1 .Alliance ,' people then it is time for Constitution t.
ith''
a'prohibition and in triumph is about to inject ,<
The
candidate ornitted'ormerelyan ?..inconsidetable question has been raised makers to put on their thinking caps. his poisoned pointer in nolens volens .

factor in the struggle.Neither'of : whether or not this writer advocatesthe The Farmers Alliance is not yet when-an electric current

measure known as the Sub-Treas prepared to recede from its passes
position.
the great political : bill through the arm of the intended victim
parties ury and the assertion has been TOM SAWYER.
has :ever -:endorsedi nor :can they: be, I made,that he does not and the M.% D. lies sprawling,at his ,. '

expected to. .endorse in i feel Here is an action indeed. A
,. its' 'entirety, Speaking in the first person singular, What Brought Him Back.
the pktfbnn. of the l Farmers Alliance.. r["' do endorse the measure and always lawyer sees it and smiles, there is a' ,
am In connection
with the
above touching fee for him for the
As lines unternfied Doctor
,
party :are:more closely drawnat ready to give a reason for the "voice from the sick _
the next-session of.Congress the Alliance faith that is in me. Do consider room, we who remains in the ring, is found to
you give the following from the Ocala get there E-lil 1 i 1 We,
members will ,find themselves the' measure perfect in all its features .Banner anticipate that if F

far apart from the majority. This will and conducive to the.best interest of "All bur readers know how pronunciamento is to be enforceda /L

strengthen ,their purpose to have an the country at large? No, the bill is sick, even unto death Marion very circus will open in town to run dur- ...'

independent:candidate:;in'.the field for not perfect; neither was the Constitution county'ssandspur ng the length and breadth of the vac '

the presidency.I Both parties must of the United States, nor is it now- sometimes philosopher known C., B.Tom Collins Sawyer, cination period. Our wife commands:. {:
I as has
meet the:skuation'as it.is. Both must I worth all of its' fifteen amendments. ; been. That he had our castle, and she has already .;.
that passed into the wheeled a Howitzer to the front door J
acknowledge' the Farmers Alliance They tell me that the measure is uncon- 'border land '
is formidable factor-in American titutional. May be it is. I fringing on eternity, of the cabin, while at the back door*, 3are 1
am not where
a
in life
politics.t -Frank LtsUts .Newspa- constitutional lawyer and will not everything grows misty stacks of small arms (no pun intended -. :J
and
.., ven- confused, and from whence few I
and the
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I" ., ture. r an. \ pinion.... There; are: plenty of,.return.Ya '. .. i
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give,a penny for his future i in this life.ur.cottage property, which is of such,.,a nature members, and the timely and well RICH FLORIDA
is epluribus un m.. It is that he cannot hide it, and the.asses written articles from Tom Sawyer'spen LANDS.
right. fer the Doctors-the Board of, sors can readily list it. His tax, there- are read with much interest.
1' Health-to act,as they have, for the fore, is increased by just so much .a$ In the'causes of poverty, as deducted
law requires them. Now we come, to is the income tax evaded, and he is from the opinion of eminent men in
school children-all ,refusing to be made to,pay for those who escape their your last issue, I failed to see any of 1
1 vaccinated,. are to be expelled from due.share of the burdens of the State. them pointing out the prime factor that
the privileges of school.. The parent The question, therefore,is one of prime multiplies poverty more'than any other Ht'hrs.
has paid his school tax, and yet, if he importance to the farmers of the State, cause; therein named, namely: "The
I knows it will be dangerous: to his and requires their careful attention in absorbing: power of interest. This
i child to be vaccinated, he must either, order that remedy may be at once iniquitous measure, this hydraheaded
under the harsh requirements of the applied. At present the declarationof monster, invention of the devil (if he
law, keep him or her from school or income is'left to the conscience of ever had a hand in anything toharrassmen
have, his or her life imperiled. the individual, and this return cer- and make them fit subjects for his
' Another thing-children are'rough in tianly shows that conscience to be a 'dominions), usury, has always beena
their 'play-vaccinate the school and, most elastic one in the city of Rich- ..curse in every clime, in every state
, the 'licks and bruises the children mond, and ,in this.respect we do not' and stage of the world's history. It ar aur
would receive at school, would, in !suppose that Richmond is singular. It has caused more anguish and bitter-
many instances; prove serious. We is said by some that this is a question;,! ness between men than any other Farmers !! Stop and, Think.
do not believe in this compulsory which is solely one between,a man and cause you can name; it is the breaker- WHY Spend the best years of your ,
' -t treatment. It robs citizenship of its his, Maker, and that if the declarant up: of happy homes; the instigator to life cultivating the soils'of the frozen
inherent rights.-Lake City Reporter. .can.reconCile his conscience to making murder, suicide and robbery; it has North and West raising crops on which
3 J. a false statement that no law should l sent more men and women to prison, the freight is often not realized, when
The Income Tax. prevent this. Others contend that it poorhouse and madhouses than any you can buy land from the undersigned,
We.. are afraid that when our readers, is only!! a question between the man other cause you can name. rich and fertile as any known lands,
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r see this caption they will be inclinedto and his State, ;and that it is justifiable Usury has been practiced more or and where you can raise a crop that the
say, 'Mr.. Editor, you have missed: to cheat the State out of its,dues if you less in the world's history; the Bible United States Government will pay a
your mark, this 'subject is one of little can do so without being found out, the condemns it in various places both in BOUNTY of$00 on each acre.
f interest to us as we have no incomes to individual loss to each member ,of the the Old and New Testaments. Look HOLD On, this isn't all. You can sell
tax." We ask them, however, to for community being so small that no you to-day at the power that British the said crop right there in your home
bear such hasty condemnation, as we harm is done. We, ,however, discard, gold and British bondholders exerciseover market for $250 per acre. You ask for
". to show,them that however small all these excuses for false returns and the whole earth. India pays the How"! and the "Wherefore.11
may ,be their income, they are largely place} the wrong done on what we ,be her tribute in the shape of some Quite right-facts and fig\u'e5count best.
interested in this question, and that it lieve the true basis. It is a question hundred ,million dollars annually; Plant the Land with Sugar Cane.
is of vital i importance to them rightly between man and man, ,and in this Egypt she has crippled ; the ruler of
r to understand it and to be prepared to, matter of income tax it is a question the Ottoman Empire dares not stir TO OLD, Farmers and careful perus-
require their representatives in the leg mainly between the rich merchant and without her consent ; throughout the ers of papers, the fact that there is now
islature to give prompt attention to the the poor farmer. We abominate and South :American States she draws established near Kissimmee, Fla., the
amendment of the law imposing the detest the raising of class feeling and enormous profits from her investments, St. Cloud Sugar Refinery, is stale
tax, so that those liable to its paymentmay class prejudice between the citizens:of and our own sunny land, the home of news. We are talking to all our
be compelled to discharge to the a common State, but in this question the free, pays annually her tribute in friends. Sugar cane can be raised as
full their liability under the law. The duty to the farmer compels us to ,say' the shape, of interest to !the extentof cheaply as corn, a1.d.! Uncle Sam will
primary object of an income tax is to that this wrong should be rectified millions of dollars to British bond. pay you a bounty of two tents per poundon
subject to the payment of a due shareof even at the expense of raising class holders. Your labor pays for it, Sir; the manufactured sugar. The St.
the burdens of the State, those who, feeling. and class prejudice. If the did you ever think of that? Did you Cloud plantation in Osceola Co., Fla.,
living in the State and enjoying the necessity of the State requires an in ever think of it that there is nothingthat averaged 4,500 pounds of sugar to the
benefits and protection of the laws, yet come tax, and we hold such a tax to can contribute one iota to man's acre last year, and it will go 5,000
have no visible real or personal property be not only a legitimate but properone comfort and physical well-being but pounds this year.METHODS .
_, which can be made amenable to a due for we see no other way in whicha by labor in its skillful application ? This isn't the only big
share of the burdens of the State'' large proportion of the realized physically or mentally? Stop' a moment chance of your life, however. The
government. That the law as it at wealth of the community can be madeto and consider what this mad race cultivation of rice lands about Kissim-
t present exists* and is administered bear its fair share of the burdens of and craze for money-getting will cometo. nice is to become an assured, profitablefact.
1 wholly fails to satisfy this requirement, the State, then the law should be so Like rum, it drowns all human There is no richer or better
' is evinced most fully by a statement altered as to compel each man liableto sensibility of a higher and nobler truck and market-garden lands in the
which appeared in the Richmond the tax, to truly and fully disclose nature, makes life a sham and a livinglie world than the land on the rich over.
Daily Timer few Sundays ago. This his income. This is not only possible, in trying to be something we are flow, or bottom lands about Kissimmee. -
3 statement was a list of all the persons but thoroughly practicable, and Is already not.No Write, for confirmation, to Col.
and firms in the city of Richmond who enforced by law in other <;oun- one will deny that intemperanceis A. K. McClure, editor Phl1a jhia.
} had returned their incomes as being tries. Such an amendment of the law a cause, but it is so handy to use as Times, who has personal knowledge.Then .
over $1,000 per year after deducting should be made here and the farmers a cant for the moneyed classes that in lands for orange groves or
s the$600 exempt from taxation.: The should see to it that their represent the cause of poverty is intemperance groves already cultivated or bearing,
whole list did not exceed 450 in num tives are called upon at once to give Did they ever consider that they often I can satisfy you that your best interestslie
ber. Now, to any one conversant at the matter attention at the next sittingof spend more money in one, night for in seeing me before any one else.
all,with the cost of living in, the city the legislature.-Southern Planter. costly wines and liquors than any of BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The health-
and the style'of living of a great num- their employees would spend in a fulness and beauty of Kissimmeehave
ber of its inhabitants, such a return Evils of Usury. whole year for beer and cheap whis- never been questioned. No
must be a convincing proof that the Editor All ance Department: keys. 0, well, that's, our business, diphtheria, no asthma, no consump-
payment of the income tax, in. the city, Banana Alliance, of Putnam county, you know. But it was the profit of: tion, no pneumonia-in fact, read our
l is almost universally) evaded. To sup meets at this place Saturday before the these men's labor all the same that medical report. Beautiful cottages,
pose that, out of a population of,87,- first and third Sundays of the monthat you spent. Many man in an up-hill villas or lots suitable for residences.
s ooo people in the city of Richmond, 2 o'clock p. m. We have a prosperous struggle to acquire a competence, Write for terms and particulars.
who, according to the papers duringthe Alliance-over one hundred strong through failures and disasters becomes COME SOUTH, .And get. untold
past.year, did a jobbing business and headed by the untiring worker for wearied and worn out, and finally quantities of the grandest climate in
E of $32,052,000, and a manufacturing'! the good of the Alliance cause, Mr. i drowns his woes in drink or commits the world free with each acre of ground
business in which the ,sales amounted I Oscar L. Whitcombe, now, also, Sec- suicide. What did it ? Usury. purchased. ,Come where you can tillthe
to :$35,043,000, or a total together f retary of the State Exchange. The Brothers of the Order, make your soil twelve months in the year. .
of them made Alliance store conducted by Messrs. Alliance the school room in which to
$67,095,000, only'450 i At least write to me for full particulars.
r an income' in excess of $1,6oo per Truitt & Fickel counts among the best educate yourself in the true principlesof WM. CANNON
i year,each, is to ask one to believe that stocked and extensive stores in the' economic government. Gird yourself KissimmeCf,Fla.
which upon the face of it must be un- county; they are doing a large busi- with that intellectual armor you Agent for the land of the DlMton Companies,
t true. Now what is the result,of this ness., Up stairs is a commodious and, are in need of to fight our common land for the of Associated KlMlmmee Railwaya Land Co.-lands,and the
' to the farmer? It means that he, out well lighted hall, where the Alliance enemy; let moral:. l courage and ,true Phosphate, sugar cane, rice, trucking,
ii of his poverty, must make, up the de- and other organizations meet. The integrity be, our guiding star; let the fruit, grazing, timber, general farming '
fi.cit.t8us: made in the State's resources FARMER AND FRUIT-GTOWER is a welcome milk of human kindness be' more diffused and home. lands. Send for map showing.
4 out.of the tax on his real and personal ,visitor and taken by.most of our,, 'among us, and learn that what lands.

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is an*injury to anyone,of, us is'' 'an To :MakeRural'' ,Life Less, Burden hear with,pleasure that he'' has been the same is traIe'of Greece. Our republic 1

injury tous all., P., ,H.-IY.;' some.. appointed Director.General of the is a growth rooted and f
Meirae, Feb. 9, 1S91. There is a curious difference be- Ocala,Exposition-a position for which grounded in 'the most ''unquestioned

With the substitution of the word tween the, Anglo-Saxon of the mother his untiring energy and beaming smile recognition of human rights. 'It can- '
"debt" for- '"usury": ',the above contains country and of this. In the countriesof eminently fit him. not be made less secure than it is by ;

.valuable ,lessons..-ED. the Old World, and, especially -Bro. Wm. Dehon, 'of Marion any man's ownership of property. And f.
i throughout Great Britain, every man in county, or "Billy" as his friends call its worst enemies are those who are

OredltMoney. i the city who, accumulates a little'prop him-is in Jacksonville, busily engagedwith trying to bring into it, the paternalismand
erty looks forward with longing to the Bro. Cessna in winding up those the discontent of the old world.- '
Referring to a statement made; not
long ago in these columns, that time, when he can buy a place in the consignments of cotton made so long Afonticello Constitution.v. .
any
;
and live it.
currency: not redeemable in gold and country upon Here the ago.
silver'coin" is a failure, a correspondent very opposite seems to be the rule. -Bro. S. S. Harvey, of Quintette, REFORM PRESS.
. asks what the greenbacks are redeemable Men of !tjie same Anglo-Saxon race 'in near Pensacola, the new President of

in. By the manner of his the United States, especially in our the Exchange, is a man of fine per- Yes, the war for financial relief is on,

d communication ,he implies that they large Northern States, seem, if livingon sonal appearance and distinguishedmanner. and its going to stay on, and it is well
-
farms, to be constantly laboring' in He is devoted to the Alii
were not redeemable ,coin. Well, for the liberties of the people that thereare
what,is,a. greenback, .anyway? ,Look the hope of settling down finally into ance, believes in the Exchange, and at least some who are enlisted for I
at it' carefully the nextr time you get I some insignificant position in some may be seen in these balmy days of the end. The gentleman may.cry'
little city or village. Now as to the spring moving about Bay street with
hold of one.. We do'not mean to' in peace, peace, but there is no peace..-..
sinuate that mo'ney'is a ''sCarcity with reason for this condition of things in the air of a true hustler. If there is Ellis County Afirror. .4 ; .
,
America. First, the burdens are any good in the Exchange Bro. Harveywill .
you. We hope that you are more for *
greater in the rural districts than in ., bring it out- u
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ent time., But in pres- the towns ; secondly there is an isola- -Senator Mann, of Hernando, Alliance Herald The editors of

you will! find that most handling of it'in currency'circulation ,- tion during a l large part of the year Jacksonville, and the world at large, the partisan papers laboring very
is gold and silver certificates ,and from ,roads impassable at least very recently found time in the midst of the assiduously to put the Alliance betweenthe
national bank bad. Then there is another difficulty, bustle that attends the movements of devil and the deep blue sea. They
notes. But read the
the trouble of obtaining hired help. the Home Market institution in Jacksonville may as well abandon the effort; for if
next one you get hold of and you will Thus it is that which they shall succeed, by that ,time the
find that :is under our present .system over he presides with
it
simply'a promise to
What kind of ?' The pay rural life, instead of being made such signal ability, to give The Times Alliance will be big and strong enoughto
greenback money. or United States money Treasurynote attractive as it should beand, as it is in man his opinion of the two-mill immi-- kill the devil and drink the sea.

is a note issued oy the govern so manyother countries, is by this gration tax proposed by Editor Gore. ***

ment to pay,. on demand, the sum of heavy pressure of taxation and by this The interview was one purely personal, Alliance Herald': The Alliance can
money named on its face. It is not isolation made less and less attractive. and as discretion is the order of the and will settle the sectional question,

real money, but credit money, a'promise Under the system which advocate_ day, enough said. But if the advocatesof rather the sectional prejudice It can
to pay money. And the money,it I believe that there would come a this scheme in Tallahassee next and will make-producers and laborersmore
promises to pay is the money that was steady, indeed a rapid progress ,of the April lend to the mutterings of fate an important factors in governmental -
in use at the time it was issued. The agricultural communities. I believe I attentive ear they will hear something affairs. It gets its inspiration from
that the value of ( drop.-Pvlatka Times. the and its is in
money in use was'gold and silver coin farming lands would people every impulse
when the United States Treasury notes steadily increase; more and more 4 accord with their interests and good

vere issued. The money they prom- men of small means, instead of f settling ,Misleading and Mischievous. government.
ised to pay is gold and silver' money, down in cities, would buy farmsin "When Rome eU," howls the New ***

: not iron money, or copper money or the country. Life in thehouseholdwould York World, "its wealth was in the The democratic papers of the Southare
fiat be more easy, and ,thereforemore hands of about two per cent. of its
money. now setting up the howl that the
Totedeem'thesepromissory notes of attractive. Such States as.New population; when the Greek Republicwas Alliance is a republican scheme to divide -
the government, the national treasury York and Pennsylvania and a ,multi. destroyed by the barbarians the the solid South, while that angelof
holds in reserve $100,000,000, in gold tude of others would be more and owners of its wealth: were hardly one mercy, the Topeka Capitol, still
and silver coin. Three times that more dotted with the little'tidy farms per cent. of the number of citizens. shrirks "rebel scheme." The Alliance
of in and rural homes which are \What of the North American Republic,
amount:; notes are circulation, but absolutely will view this matter according to the
.. theM credit of the government. is so the, best thing in any country. In where about five per cent. are million old adage, "Let dog eat dog," while
high that they are at par. There was a this way the farming class would be aires and the rest proletarians, living it goes rapidly and carefully forward
time when the credit of the government I steadily increased in numbers, in pros- from hand to mouth?" and in both North and South.
was not so good, and they were perity, in the intelligence which comes "The North American Republic," St. Mary's scoops Star. ''
worth only forty cents on the dollar. by easy intercourse of neighborhoodwith according to this oracular statement, is : ':.4!

Like..ordinary notes of hand ,given by Texas Stockman and Farmer
In-
individuals or business firms, they rest: hoods with the larger towns. More a millionaire or a proletarian. "liv- :
on the solvency of parties making them. and more, too, the rural: population, lug from hand to mouth." It would be galls; says that most of our statesmen
With the important exceptions of being thus strengthened in numbers, wealth, difficult to frame a statement that could have been "hypnotized" by the money
especially prepared ,in convenientform and ideas, would exercise a preponderating I more utterly misrepresent the facts in )ower. When a large number of them

.for circulation and to, guard influence .upon the legislationof i the case. And yet this is the rot ignore legislation in the interest of a
the which is taken and distressed people} and attempt force
against counterfeiting and issued under country. up repeated by
special national ,laws, greenbacksare This, in my judgment, is what may malcontents, ''pessimists, socialists and the passage of a measure for the goodof
nobody on earth and for the hurt +t
like ordinary notes of hand. be done by the thoughtful direction doctrinaires, and believed by many -
of everybody in America, "hypno-
National of the farmers' It simply because of the large and per-
bank notes are also credit great movement.
tized" seems a mild term by which
money., Gold and silver certificates would be the inevitable result of it.If emptory way in which it is given out. to characterize very their action. Political
The truth is the of
[ the other hand the majority peoplein
are'representative money. They are on movementis
this knavery seems to more nearly fit their
certificates of gold annd silver on deposit led by demagogues, schemers, country are thrifty and pros- case. ,
in the treasury of the United cranks, it will simply go out of ,existence perous. We quoted the figures last *
and will be looked back week which prove that thousands of *
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States, payable to the holders of the upon
'
wage.earners are saving and be- Alliance Herald: While the principal -
historian money
the
certificates on demand. They represent ay; as a passing fever
coming owners of property. There is aims and purposes of this govern
which left the whole
agricultural
*the coin in''circulation, serve as pop
in which the middle ment were directed to the promotionof
no country
ulation in great:
thanit
and ,are redeemable'.in.coin.. a more hopeless state
money -:
class 'the welfare of the citizens and the
Farm and ever was in before. are so numerous, so highly edu-
Fireside.t ANDREW D. WHITE. cated, or represent so much of the best distribution of property generally, so
hat human life can show, as they don that the greatest contentment and happiness -
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Mrs. E. A. Dyke has returned from our own. And thousands of our could be afforded to the largest
Ocala, :where she has been workingso State Alliance Notes. number it
people who are not property owners, grew'as no nation ever
-faithfully aDd efficiently as lady -Oswald Wilson,formerly Presidentof and who may be classed as poor, are grew, its people'were more thrifty and
commistioaer' for:, ,Leon county at the I the Farmers Alliance Exchange, infinitely removed from proletarian- prosperous than any'on the globe, and
Farmers' Alliance Exposition. Leon !bids that immaculate institution fare its prowess and strength was withoutan

'owes much to Mrs., Dyke. She has well with a characteristic blast of self ism.BeSides, it was not the unequal distribution equal on the face of the earth. Its
talked Tallahassee and Leon countyto congratulation in,, W. C. Crum's Wall of wealth that overthrew greatest strength was in the homes of

the,visitors'at the Exposition,. and Street, Farmer. Rome. Its political system was faulty. the people; for no nation with a people

the tasty and attractive. arrangementof -Many Alliancemen in this! county The foundations of the republic were .owing homes ,can be overcome or
our exhibit has been a :valuable who remember the old Alliance organizer insecure from the start. It, was a subjugated. :; For the past quarter:of.

advertisement-Floridian.- Bro. C. S. Young, 'o( Citrus, ; will 'patched> -up affair.:to begin with. ,. And a century .its mission and object has
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A Planters Experience. E..T V. & G.
and,all its powers to,commercial bite he takes. I wonder if anyone MMy plantation im la, .malarial 41sfvlet I ,

supremacy, and commercial 'supremacy would exchange 'some pineapple and ,where fever and at prevailed
.. bait .
.. fe about established. What; will be mango plants with me, for the yellow : ,off I .tl ploy CBS were 100 bands alck. I frequent was..&1"17." 4ie. RAILWAY SYSTEM.

,the.result ,when it shall be attained? I Cattley? eoaraffed when I beffaa the as.ofTiitt's Two Fast Trains the
Every Day to,
Ii' A nation of serfs and shopkeepers. of I But, this frost matter,' l let us l look at '

bankers and 'speculators. What was' it a little further. Does it not fall or North, West, ami Eaat.

its )main strength becomes its great strike sometimes in one place and PillsVbe -

: weakness. What rendered it invincible ; sometimes in another, much, like CoKRJlC1"EI November 18,TO'90 no trrL SpeciaL Ohio Daylight bpreM.LT .

.in the love'and 'Patriotism of the showers of' rain? Of this I ,am now, Jacksonville S. F& W RT 8 00 P m 100 a iii
becomes The"- was marrellons. My melt LT Callahan S.P'a W R1' 8 M P m T M am:
COMMOn its
people, great"Lweaknee fully convinced but ,stand open to .became strong and hearty and I haT LTWa1'cross S.P'&WR1' 11 40pm '.Uam
.: in the*serf 'who< cannot be conviction. Last March when bad no farthur trouble. with these) LT1HUJ EV ft OR1' 120am 1040am
I,would not fear to live la any AzKacoa E Zr V&ORJ' 6 41am 4Wpm
.bought to, fight, and has,nothing of the cold snap came, which did so Sills* ." ]...JUT AI.,Bayou Sara*La. LTJ1acoU Atlanta E E T T,,VaOR1'Va::0 R1' 1035.T02am m 1040'llupm p m

his OWH to right for. The man who much, damage in certain localities in Sold Everywhere. LT Ar Atlanta Rome E T.V a 0 R.Y 1100 a III 1100 p m
ETV&GRy tJOpm 200am
,desires this supremacy,,seeks the down South' Florida, the degrees of cold Office, 39 &41 Park Place, New York.I Ar Chattanooga E T,V a 0 R1' 5 00 P m' 615 am
Chattanooga a C S 00 p m' S15pm 'I 50 a m'
fall of our institutions and the destruc i here, at Keystone 'and Avon. Park, ArBnrg1n aC 320am J' 250am '301pm
ArLexIngtou &C 418am 3 30 S !
am 5Opm
.
tion of liberties. When
our one comes i twelve miles or more southeaster. here, Azctneinnatl ctO 100am 6 40am 820pmLy

the other follows in .close,succession. !stood much the same, and no damage I CURE FITS Chattanooga Q ct 0 Route a IS P m Wa m
LvBnrgln Lou.Son.
I DIT.I S 2S! a m,,1 10 P m
:+. *** done at either place. Thirty-six 'degrees Whey I say cure I do not meaa merely to atop them &r Louisville Lou.Son DIT. '7 2'\a m U P m
Bryan Eagle:' With the warehousesand f each whileon for a time end then hare them return again.. I mean a LT Rom" E T.V&0 Ry 155 pm 240 a'ID
.. was the fall at place, radical cure. I haft made the disease of,FITS,EFL- Cleveland E T.V a O fly 4 t16.p m 110am
: of the country fairly I Knoxv1l1e E T,V&0 R1' 635pm 755am
; graineries and I
Pease River and at ft. Meade LEPSTorPALLING: SICKNESS a life-Ion study. }.rllorr town ET,V a 0 R1' 810 pm 9 St am
L bursting with their harvests, 'it. was Bartow it fell to 'or 26. warrant my remedy to cure' the worst e&aeI. Because Az Paint Rock E T,V.t G RT 9 52 pm 11 ala m
25 others hare failed is DO reason for notnowreceiTinga LT Palnt Rock R&DRy 'M pm 11 12am
only possible for a, money panic to This last the and core. Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of Ar Hot Springs f R a D R1" 1010 pm 1124 a m
spell on 13th Ar AAheTille It ct D
and Post Officer B1' 1135 pm 1:1 4'!pm
have taken, under the present my infallible remedy. Gift Express
._. place, 14th, my son was at Avon Park each n. G. ROOT, M. C., 183 Pearl Su, N.;T- Chattanooga M a o Div.' I1216 p milI a m
financial of. National banks; Az Decatur ,M 4t 0 DIY. a :50 u'n
system ; day, delivering nursery trees, and htou'nd Az Memphis JCIIt 0 DIT s W a m l 8'40 P m
that it is vicious of itself -
not a one,
had of frost and ice
they plenty
.: but because of the bonds 01 OHIO SPECIAL Is SOLID TRIEI and carries Pullmanor
government' the thermometer falling to 27. The Mann Sleeper Jacksonville Cincinnati,Pullman
: OB which, it is based having been: almost Sleepers Chattanooga to Memphis. Chattanooga to
{ moss my son packed the' trees in LonisYllle and Knoxville to Aaherllte.. Connects at
4 entirely legislated into the ,controlling Rome with Pullman Sleeper arriving Philadelphia
froze Tuesday morning, and 'water .. VMKV AH* 1036 p rn.via Harrisburg, at Cleveland with
1\ hands of the great capitalists j; Sleeper arriving Washington 2.30 p,m.via Lynch'
thrown on it to thaw it out, froze also. THE BEST. burg.
and because of its various limitations
,
x But notwithstanding this son reported D. M.1 taut&Co's DAYLIGHT EXPRESS carries Steeper Macon to
my
'"; in regard to securities;. loans' ,and" circulation the lemons there but little Illustrated, Descriptive and Priced Chattanooga to Cincinnati,Chattanooga Atlanta to Knoxrllle to Memphis and Chattanooga Knoxrllle to
and through these facts to be Hot Springs. Connects at Knoxrllle I with Pullman
damaged. How is this, "weather SEED ANNUAL] Sleepers arriving New York 1 SO p.m,via Harrlsbarg.

entirely under the control of this.,class witches?" Look at the contrast. For 1891 will be mailed FREE RATES TO THE EAST are.low as by any all rail
of men. As to the truth of this assertion Ito all applicant,and to last season'scnstomen. I route,and therery is unexcelled.
.Here, at Keystone, 40 and at Avon \ Itisbttterthaatvcr. COMPLETE INFORMATION cheerfully furnished
;' it,is only necessary to turn tothe Park while the instruments stood Enry periOD usinr Gardtn, Apply to Ticket Agents of connecting lines or to
27 Flown or FuG 'Suds, FRANK JOLLY WIt JONES
t weeks since in'New ..
panic a few : Dist Pass.Agent TraT Pass. ,
the same, J6% ,, at' each place in the should send for it. AddressD. Agent
73. w.
Ba1'8 Jacksonville. Fla ,
: ,York when they were entirely unableto l M. FERRY 6. CO. *
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cold spell )last March.Is DETROIT MICH. B.W. WRENN, CHAS. N. RIGHT;'
relieve it-so long as the plutocratic [ Seedsmen in the wcrldFRUIT Oen Pass and Tkt.Agt. Asst.Gen Pass.Agt.
Lariat j Knoxville Tenn.
purpeses of it, were adverse., not this evidence enough that Atlanta. Ga.
rain and frost much resemble each
Six earlier than
days
:
other in their maneuvers ? Who can any variety tettrd at the
.High Lan.d'Exempt. from: Frost.. EVAPORATOR Agrtemtl Ex. Grounds
tell but Jack may take ,in Keystone at Geneva N.Y. Color
.K4tter Farmer and Frult-Orowen ,
Itreenlsh white; pulp
.' winter and THE ZIMMERMAN
leave Avon Park?
next out
tender, sweet and delirious.
I I am. fully aware :that altitude has l.e Sta.dard Mae I.e.
But I would much he would Differentjrtze*and price Illustrated Catalogue tree. The onlr nape
prefer
I more to do in the preservation of THE BLYJ&riCJl lUOM WOiUtB CO,Cla luaU.O. that ranks first both In.
down between the earliness and qasllty.Xach
just two.S. .
swoop Tine sealed with
plants from frost effects than_ water

protection. On the hill, east. of Lake W. CARSON. YI C OUTFITS our registered label. Bend trademark for-
Midland, Polk county.' wanted
1'"I"torma"oD. Agents
circular ki'iiitt
Clinch, where my house stands, we e S rR'IJ ...' rear hen ".taae.t.r ..dr.11gdd Address SIEPluLN! HOYT'S tiON8.1ewanaan, Cfc'AliSY

hare both water protection',and alti- Valencia Oranges. -1U prmy too &rMI ucomadean per b nr., aDelt

tude, (forty-five feet above the 'lake' New York Fruit Trade Journal ofa .ew ylse..n> aproT th*. muter naehlae tEl..n inaladlac three..w,1 PILLS
k Ya.pnet Spnjtr! for Tlnrrardi' aDd Nireri '
level l).* Up to this winter .I ,have late date, : AJ80 aD Im'"ftd Ro.JIO-A."p.ntu a&low prHe. ClrnJ' : ;
says At'4l04.BD.
l.naFa.FZFLD
never seen for five years a particle of The indications point to a light ...........FORCE.... l (.1NPM.L.rkpnrfN.Y..............+ I'safsa.datae.." Wu..s 8od4.aa..m..Ce ta"WcMllt.FWI..Pa.tAccoIrpmtyingh

* frost on the hill top, around my house. shipment into the United States this ------ .- .-- ---_ -

Tuesday, the 13th, the mercury stood of
season Valencia
owing as
oranges, .
of the late Prof. Edward
*' ,- a portrait
at 40 at sunrise, but no frost ,was to'.be from
our representative
Liverpool '1 1 E. Phelps, M. D., LL. D. of Dartmouth
found. But on the following L
writes, to the increased tariff. Up to'the'
College. He was a strong,able man, who stood
I found little this
.morning a being time there have been
present received -
the first seen. On the. i4th, the. thermometer in the United States Hghin the literary and scientific worlds. It.it not
26,000case.c <. generally known but it isneverthelesss; the truth
the
Mood above
at
-h 45 5
; ; against some 76,000 cases for that ProC Phelps was the discoverer of what is

1, previous morning, and l'could only corresponding time of last.year. known to the Medical profession and demists

account. for this on the ground that Not bad after all for
the Florida
;:so ;. universally as Paine's Celery Compound, unquestionably -
1 Savorable orange growers, that cursed the McKinley ''''':'' one of the most valuable discoveries

,on previous night, bill! ; ; of this century. This remarkable compound is

;..,atmosphere being much. :damper' and not a nervine, an essence, a sarsaparilla, or any

stiller. After,the 'second, cold, morn CATARRH CURED.A '. devised article, but a discovery and it marks a

'ing,' toward night, when the frost-bite clergyman, after years of"suffering from distinct step in medical practice and the treat

had, had full time to show up, I examined that loathsome dUease Catarrh.and vainly ment of nervous complications the greatest

bananas, pineapples,' guava: trying every known remedy,at last found a of all modern diseases-Paresis. It has been

of the 'common. and the .Cattley va- prescription which completely.cured' ,and freely admitted by the best medical talent in the

rietics,' lemons, limes citrons, mane, dreadful dyed him disease from death.sending Any a sufferer self-addressed from this d/ land,and also by the leading chemists aad scienBUfripC -

,4 goes,, etc., ,etc., a ''number of which stamped envelope to Pro .J. A. Lawrence,88 The Late Pit O F. tists, that (nervous! troubles, nervous exhaust-

had growth on them as tender as Warren street, New York, will receive'the 'ion, insomnia, debility, senility, and even the

-. ApriLsprouts, and n.ot.one.:leaf could recipe free of,charge., dreaded and terrible Paresis, nothing has ever been discovered which reaches the disorder
and restores health equal to this discovery of Prof.
.r i singed a particle. And in the Phelps.'J.
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-:yard: we have,, ,had Crumpet lilies in Trne Dalliers Onion Seed. DON'T BE FOOLED. ) ** cl41m L & &** v> afkna Dtamomd Dve 'Nothing

.;r- .Weorn:everymorning: ; for two weeks. ,. tM lJiamcmdJor FAMILY. AND FANCY byE'.1f

'.: During this, time. several: persons My seed farms extend Into Ban vert, and I

', have:called..in from Pease' ver valley frequently bay of the best onion raisers there ..,...-.... ..,..,..A4M.r..Wd4P1d1.iMNruN. .rid, ""{,......NI..,,,..... ........... ./ .1 .....,.. Lfyq
Hundreds of bushels of their' nandsomeat '
: all!d flat woods localities, who ex- onions to plant to grow seed from,sometime =THE DINGEE &. CONARD CO'S NEW GUIDES
: :>ny in wed surprise, :as all such things fer such need, all tb'year's growth and of my 3 PLANTS POPULAR FLOWERS,. SUMMER BULBS, FLOWER and VECE- iiJ
; ats4 others have been own raising at t&OU pound,,with a discount!
more hardy
I
.'1 in their'localities:: I also have sold on large is either quantities.too flat Moeh tr too of round the onion for seed tra* A ROOK I TO HELi-EjS"iii 1 FLOWERSto::: J

th Danvers. Choice .Danvers e&rTO.eed.ll..(*
,) i mow Cattley'new fruiting and per pound. Seed catalogue,sent .FREE to send orders by I
; rtp.mIig: What wonderful fruit ,this ever mail postpaid to aJ1 pod odoee: and uerantee t9ats ... )
) DES J. H, GRBGORY & SON, | arrival and satisfaction.. THE D1NCEE A CONARD CO., WEST CROVE, PA. )
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"jwtlael k is .A. liti C.. rewarkabk ,that r Marblehead-Mau 4 5oWHMM W < ****'** ***MH ... ...
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l :.1 1':,, FLoRIDA 'DISPATCH- 'FARMER AND 'FRUIT--GRO\VEK": ; [FEBRUARY: ;


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'"CENT-A-WORD" 'COLUMN.: Wanted-Cassava seed for X acre Give
,
t', price., ,P..C. BAKER, Emporia, Fla. 2-5-3t ROGERS'GRODPOFSTATDARY. NEW KODAKS.

I"f.' Choice Gulf Mullet in'one pound cane $i 00 :." ,
To .. ..
teftertkm la t&s
:eotema. advertise j jAdvsrtfseseats
:
!" per case of 4 dez.each, f.o. b.cars O.'B. R. R.
8 aerie coat 1M aocum an1e4 bT.....aOBea Address, WM. WICKS, .Seven Oaks.P. 0., 'Taut and Margarita."
ma** sot' ezeeed fifty' words' Fla.. 2-5-3t t 4: '
Pestafs Btaaps received in A NEW GROUP.PRICE$12.
payme&tM. .Send orders for note C
us your paper, pens t You the
Cent rr'r word.t&etedlac same avid addrau. press
t inks,' and. all supplies We will treat yonright. ,,"'*',* ;.
DaCosta Printing 'and Publishing / <<
*, Faust sees Mar- button :
House,Jacksonville Fla.Bearing ,
,LeConte and K'efler trees. Peach .
I.: pear,fine ft*
for sale cheap. For for the first
trees oa Marianna plum'roots..- ORLANDO. orange grove gurite
XVBeZRY,James Moit. 2-19.21 particular call on or address" B.A.BEMIS; wt do tlieirest._
O eco,Manatee county,Fla l-294t time as she is' walk- .

The Florida Real Estate'Journal,'Arcadia, Repair old family Bibles. Make themfood "
Florida'-with State Map-can be had for only' as your new.. DaCocta Printing and. : l t1b- ing 'in the street and Seven New Styles sad Sixes T"
tea ee Y. South Florida land.cheap.! It,' fishing House Jacksonville, Fla. frSpeclalty ALL LOADED WITH Transparent Films.,

Parties wanting three and tour-jcar-old Foreign. Grape,V1nesrrCha: ,- a accosts her saying : For sale by all Photo. Stock Dealers.f. ., .
,LeOeate pear trees, purple-seeded pomegranates selas Lnttlchftu. best market grape and by "Fair lady,.may I thus make free "
,flg,quinces,Marianna plum stocks or weeks the .earliest I in Florida Writ for To offer yon my arm and company?". THE EASTMAN COMPANY,
.umbrella China trees would save money by catalogue. H. YON LUTTICHAtTJ E.1.letonrL.L ,
buying from first hands.. Address J. luGIBABDEAU ; lo-26-.18t She replies as she leaves him :, Send for Catalogue. ROCHESTER;N.Y.

,Monticelle, rta,2198 Tuberose Bulbs, double Pearl good flowering .J am'no lady,am not fair, '

Wasted-A thoroughly practical .English bulbs, free by mall., .40 cents. .per' dozen Can without escort home repair. GEO. S. HACKER & SON
rardeaer, fruit. and.vegetable- grower andbrJ.H HUGH BORLAND: Floral! City! F1a.StrawberriesBessie 1-29-Et An 'illustrated Catalogue of all the I 01'J
: desires employment. Experienced In ,Alabama Stevens:, -HANTJTACTUREB8
aU branches of gardening. First-lass test!- The kinds to plant for) profit in; the.South. groups,now published will be mailedon
me&Mkls.;. Address., R. RKHDXBSOK, South Send for prices. JULIUS. SCHWADLKBACU: receipt of 10 cents.
Jaeksoavlile, VIa. It Grand Bay, Ala. ,2-5-5t 4 =: r
: The will be delivered free of
group
=
Orlando Nur eryOO Tardlff; 400 Mediterranean "Repair your old family Bibles. Make" them
sweet 200 Riverside Navel_ 200 good as new. DaCosta Printing and Publishing expense at any railroad station on receipt -
Dummlt,400 omoswa. 400 Maltese Blood, House, Jacksonville,Fla.: ., -. of the catalogue price. c m 1OS
L060 Sweet Villa Franca
Lerao&s, Beeves'Mammoth and other peach Repair your old'tauitt)" Bibles. _Make them JOHN, ROGERS, =
ea Marianna Plum. These are not cheap good as''new., DaCoita Printing 'and Publishing ''14 West 12th St.,New York.
trees,. lire as fine possible .to grow, them.' House, Jacksonville, Fla. 0

er JAXM MOTT.. 2-19-et Holstein Bull! (To vod! Inbreeding) I will C

Berksblret-Registered pigs for sale at sell my thoroughbred registered bull at a !ALE SICK LYE
reasonable priees. Address,' W. .A. CHAPMAN bargain. ROBT. L. LA KB. Runnymede Farm, o
.
,Oakland, Fla. 2-12-2t Ten Mile Hill P.O., 8, C. 1-29-41 o
'
Great bargains in very desirable real estate. ::
'Buy a home cheap! A pleasant home can Send for defcilption and price. J.L.DKRIXUX, iJI"llKIIG [IU08IIIUbJect 0N
be 'aee red oa the installment 'plan. Nice Lakeland Polk county,Fla.:; -22-5t ..
house and two lots In one of the most pleasant
location la the,'city. Address,. CHAS. W. Do you need printing of any I Ind f Sandto' to SPASMS are most likelY troubled with '
D.A.COHA., ,Jacksonville,,Fla. *' Jacksonville DaCosta Printing, Fla. and Publishing. House* W.UJIS. .The. bent rmedr for tW b th. oeUbnttodA.FAHNESrOCK'SVfiRMlFU'Cfi.. And Building Material.CHAJILESTON.S. l.

BeeD eo yea,.hi( UN and neyer fan.. Ooenrepartic
For .J.e-Cbolce canned
mullet lib net
All kinds of books bound and made as roodas Iar17 that'':- nit UU aw B.A.thai avoiding taION c.
'weight, in lots of one or.more cases, (. 0 b.Orange new. Send to DaCosta Printing and Publishing
Belt Railroad,f 4 per case of four dozen House,J'acJtsoDvlne.rla. *
eaeh. Address, WK. A. WICKS, Manager,
Seven Oaks,Fla. 2 12-3t Beggar:Weed seed, pure and free from chatr., DIAMOND "D" ;
Quantity required per acre, 4 to. 6 Ib'.i trice
For sale.-Good one and 'two-y.ar'old per pound,foe., pounds for 12. Add 10 cents
l&s>oa buds on tour stock, :26c .(. o.b. W. B.: per pound extra if order is hipped by rrall "
WALKXB, Manager Lake'Maltle Nursery, Place orders at once with EXCELSIOR*ED 4O Hardwood AshesRank
Auburadate; Fla. 2-12-4t PARK:, Jno. A. Germond Manager, Keuka,
Fla. 1-2-25
Wanted-Hour orange seed. Write, giving
>rlee.,.to C. W. BUTLER, St.. Petersburg 2-12-2t Fla. DaCosta Do you need Printing printing and any Publishing kind? Send House to, at the hrad of the list for quality

Jacksonville Fla. *
'
Sweet Cassava seed stalks for sale. CHAM. v And. Take the Lead Everywhere.They .
F.MAT,Eastis, Fla., 2-12-2t Wanted, the consent of 10/KX) smokers, to / ,
send each a' simple lot of 150,'.!.NICKEL' are obtained from mills manufacturing and wagon timber, and where no.other
from For six sale inches, 10,900sweet 'and soar seedlings Cigars and a 20 year gold filled Watch, by Express fuel is used than the best of hard woods. No other bnnd Is obtained from sources that In- '
high to one inch In diameter. C O. D. $ .Z and allow examination. '
Prtee.. $ e f. o. b, Dates and ,budded trees ,HAVANA CIGAR Co., Winston, N.C. l-29-8t !sure so uniform a quality. A Dollar Invested in Diamond "D" Hardwood Ashes will buy

far EI-&sale., ofeeap., W. B.WALzzAuburd le, Do you need printing of'any kind T Send to more actual plant food than in any other fertilizer on the market.

DaCosta Printing and Publishing' House, ACTUAL RESULTS
Bead ns your orders for apes, pens Jacksonville. Fla. *. '
Inks and all supplies. We will treat. you Wanted, Lemon and Grape Fruit seed. Address That are the outgrowth of experience are more convincing than mere theory based upon
'right. DaCotta Printing 'and Publishing. ,:giving price, GRIFJINO A BRADLEY formula hence the who has to saUlJacUon
House,Jacksonville, Fla. Macclenny, Fla l-29-5t chemical analysis or a printed grower proven his own -
Do that pure, unleached hardwood ashes will make a thrifty and productive grove 01
need stationery of kind ,
Florida's Own you any -paper
Fragrant Tooth Powder. for and DaCosta orchard the soli and that too for less than by ether will tel
cleansing and preserving the teeth. Try It pens ink .Send to Printing and on lightest money any means,
Prlee 26 o 8 Btsv> end,stamps or postal note. Publishing House,Jacksonville, Fla.PEAR' tify to the merits of this brand, for he will at once recognize In them the 44strongest't. ash.

Sold ealy. by Dm.: PKBBXHK, Dentist, Fer- TREKS.-FOR LECONTE, GAR- he ever used. For prices. terms and,other particulars,address,
und as, Phu: tJ of. J-S-3t BER'S' HYBRID AND OTHERS. APPLYTO C E. DEPUY '
B. W PARTRIDGE, Montlcello Fla ,
For sale-Twenty strawberry refrigerators. 'lo-'6-* < 'Btoekbrfd**. Michigan.AGRICULTURAL i .
Address,' G.,H.ANDXBSOM, Wbe-mlaL Kla. Do you need stationery of any kind-paper,
,2-5-41 pens and Ink Send to DaCosta Printing and '

Wanted-A good milker to look after Jersey Publishing House,Jacksonville Fla TOWN OF

cattle,with wife or boy to assist in milking _.
'--'-' -
.lOBl'f' BRADFORD, jfraaioravuie LeOn co. McINTOSH Marion Florida.
., County ..
Fla. 2- -3t POULTRY : FOODS, .

For sate-A second-hand, eight-horae Locatedon, Orange Lake, the home of the native orange. Rich high hammock lands,

mounted engine, In food working order. rising eventy-flve feet above the lake level. Flourishing orange groves. Prominent vegetable -

Fla.ECBBXA.. MACHINE WORD, Tallahassee,2. -3t shipping point. Well watered. Natural drainage.: Railroad, telegraph, post,office'

4/Jf! nnd school facilities. Universally pronounced one of the very beet locations In the State.
Bead of year': orders for note paper) pens, An Inspection will satisfy the most critical. Inquiries may be addressed to U
inks aad:all supplies.. We will treat you
rftgfet.'hQ eta Printing and Publishing S. H. OAITSKILL.
:Bease,Jaeksoaville,Fla. Trade Mark.

Gaava trees for sale-Large' kind red : HOLLIS' CANNED MEAT FOR POULTRY
yellow, white, pink. etc., flesh. Seedlings SPRAY YOUR FRUIT TREES AND VINES.
from very best selected. fro it. Price, two to Will Make Hens Lay!
tfereefeet8T)>er 100; one to two feet, 16 per Will Make Chickens Grow I Wormy Fruit and Lea Blight of Apples.i Pears, Cherries,Plum Cur-
169, f l0 per 1,080. MAX FAWCXTT, Ormond, cult by spraying with the CEL5IOR. .A.y
&.- 2-5-% AND' GOOD FOB MOULTING FOWLS A'GRAPE! and POTATO ROT prevented y using EX alt.
This food is strictly fresh meat carefully KNAPSACK SPRAYER* also injurious insects w iIncest
Seed for my,circulars on curing salt pick C Currant < .ose ierrle-, and Strawberries. PERrECT.
cooked, ground fine,seasoned and hermetically
cattle, or loss appetite. Guaranteed. Price FRUIT ALWAYS eriiee uuif.Li'jr.ruii.EHB.'
of medicine, thlrty.fi cents, by mall If myeoa4Ul9as sealed In 8-lb cans. Being ground fine,It Catalogue snowing all & to fruit daiieu tree. Large
.re compiled with,I will cure orE can be readily mixed with soft food, and fed stock of Fruit Trees, Vines and Berry Plants at Bottom Friee '
1, for teem. It has cured come bad cases of
k cholera W. 0. TURKMAN, Paiatka,'' so as to give each fowl an equal share. Prio Address,WM.STAHIi. Qniaey,nu-.&..
2-Wlt 80 eta per can; $!J per doz. Address HOLLI

Do you need stationery of any kind-paper DRESSED MEAT' 4:: WOOL CO., 20 NorthBoaton
peas and ink Send to DaCosta Printing and ,Mass. [Mention' paper.I
PaWl linc House.Jacksonville, Fla., *

All kinds books bound and made as good
as sew. Send to DaCosta Printing and Pub- DEAFNESS
llek1ag House, Jacksonville. There it rename pleasure m eroppin from 300 to 600 bnabeh Potatoes from swab ta,+1
,. ft8Q acre JOG plant Now the way t.o do his is to get HALZ f B'sS K.EDeI. -
All kinds of books bound and made.good .60.000 BPSHEl HEED POTATOES CUBA1Jl.1 -.
aft aew. Bend to DaCosta PrInting.and Pub- ITS CAUSES AND CURE
Nei BOOM WHITE BttNAAZA OATH took tb. A **ti AgricmUvrUrt '' ,*-
lag ,Jacksonville Fla. sao I.G.I4-jbr p.idi.4 o.u..A-w.& ,pnR t u....per son.I .

Ms 7 roHIaake beautiful evergreen, Bclentiflcnlly: treated by an aprlt of w.r1t1. am the largest werof 1 35 Pmckace Earliest @le.
4e 4c geese fbs4fes. Plants and..cuttings for 'wide reputation. Deafness eradicated and NOIl.TIIERNGKOWNMEEDS I sufficient for' id $..
sale. .. ,'Fall-bank, Fla. 12-13-let entirely cured of from:iO; to S)yearat and'rp fat Amrie, and make a great specialty of FAK31 H II
after all other treatments have failed. ljorttoe ; Grasses, Clover, Wheat, Corn,Oat,eta. HT/VM-M Catalog
i F.. GALS: OHKAr-660, aeres of splendid difficulty if reached and ih cause removed Ii.. beMAtfai fit & ed.contains severs!brilHant cofdpL&i painted
JsjittlBf lend wfthla five mites 'of Jackw. >nTfHe. tills explained in circular, wllu 7 af A"M*a* re.eft enoaca to tAam any pukr. fW Seed Sc.for 1 b
'I'1M.&eIKH of land<< In East. Florkkt. fidavits. and testimonials!a of cures from. promi esms or ws will seed 0ataJ0p.a. aDd Sect samples IIpoa rsoslpt at Sc.

'. Address. Bex Tff,.Jacksonville' 'la.-. see*people, malted free. : JOHN,,, SALZER, ,, LACROSSE, WISCONSINt.
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/ATCM GRO' $60. S60.I PLANT BED CLOTH. The New Tomato 1 I-

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.tt' Cheap ftab tltute for glass on hot beds, From Canada OUGHT to be extra early.andas

fARMERSAIUANCI. w,.. j I THE BEST, IRRESPECTIVE OF PRICE. cold frames, etc. Three] grades, Light, Medium such Is sent out. The reports of-the ex-

j,,1fJ eewet+oaEPmJM wltwaa. ,Heavy. perimental stations speak highly of It, and

numbers testify to its earliness, productive

I For Florists, Gardoners, To- ness. large sire, roundness rich color and

*,: CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher.Terms freedom from rot. Per package, 15 cts;'the
bacco Growers etc. '
.,.,' tor 60 cts Yon will find It only in my_seed

'. r ..; '. af Protects from frost, promote hardy vigorous catalogue,which.will be sent FREE to any-
f ; of Subscription r growth. Will not shrink or:mildew. body. .
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For oa year.,..........'!.................12 00 i Marblehead, Mass.

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Line River
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vaaee,stud no paper continued after the expiration :
_4 For sale by leadlpe dry goods houses, seeds
Except Sunday.
of the time paid for I i men, florists, etc. For circulars and samples

Rate* of Advertising application.. apply STB.ELIZA HANCOCK leaves Jacksonville,

NATIONAL WATERPROOF FIBRE CO., I foot Main St.,at 2 p.m.for Ulbernia,Magnolia,
REMITTANCE should be
.made by Check,
Green Cove' Spring, Picolata, Federal Point,
v 27 South St. New York N. Y.
Postal Note,Money Order,or Registered Letter Orange Mills and ,Palatka. Leaves Palatka
jj Agents wanted.
,to order t.... Also waterproof covers from 2} cents per 7 a.in., connects at Green Cove Spring: for
FLORIDA :DISPATCH AND FARMER" square foot. Melrose and Santa Fe. Arrives at Jacksonville

I iI f..'-*- AND FRUIT J. J. CALHOUN & CO., 12:30, p. m.,assuring early connections forth
GROWER, North and West. E.V.H. P08 ", Gen.Agt.,
T. V. MUNSON
1 Jacksonville, Fla. KICLOSITK DBAUCKS E. W EBBS 7S, On Board

i t NUBS ERYMAN. 100 W Bay St.

I,' A Good Fgnce.- NATIONAL TYPEWRITER
Nothing improves the appearance of a farm Tho introducer of the great and good ...
I Parker Lane Strawberry
so ranch aa good fences; and no kind of fence Brilliant HORTICULTURALSUPPLIES. ..
is so neat, strong and efficient in turning all I Jl AND QTJFFIxIKa. L'anipbrll "WeoarryaCowpiLtmtot '- ((

kinds.of st" ck as the Combination Picket ad Herman Jaeger .' an the

Wire Fence.' Write to 8. H.,Garrett, MBns-J 52% West Bay Street Hominel Will mall bin valuable catalogue of tried I TURAL TOOLS KVCST'and oCber AMD lESTRTICUL sap

field, 0., for. his catalogue of Picket Fence Southern trults free. Address '0' Oar Sp, <<:W Cirr tar them all s..a
JACKSONVTLLIL PXOBTDA.s (or"h... Bend also for our 8eD4 J a.
Machine and wholesale prices 'o'c pickets,. T. V.MUNHON. Denison,Texas Sp< Wire post-hole diggers, wire pliers, wire' "' l.: Please mention this paper 11414GRAPES. complete SEED CATALOGUE published
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stretclers, etc. F eight paid. This machine 1,1 5S z ";"i JOHNSON & STOKES, .
is now In successful operation in every State = >pdi ri!! Alt and 81 9 Market tt. PMladekpla,Pa
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and in the 8e:.
Territory U.a. It makr one of .
the best and cheapest farm fences. With it |=s|_-i-1:: i STUMP a FAVORITE SINGER.

anything can be upect'tor pickets. and every C 1:t fSjI:|; 'ar.NEW HIGH ARM.
v: w Style as shown In cut,with(nit
farmer
is his fence builder.
own
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: and threading shuttle.
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[NEW SUBSCRIBERS ONLY.] 3_= '.. LINE.oftwoAcre. {
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WpeNaa''GC< .handsomely printed and bound book of2So amkm a. :f< .go .. ::
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beaus the te.tliy frow 50 81st. .ad r.retgs
3 Florida, by Prof J. N. Whitner,: A. M. sow l
r pabtio. TOVBT* ERIE MAW IC L COO., UiTfALO,N.Yi

x This,book is much sought, after for (its perhaps intend- '
1 I haft a poeitiTe remedy for the abort disuse;byltsQM sntabayseedPotatoes
practical information. I I thousands of easel of the wont kind and of lone P0TA I lud if' yra IM art Spring.sly, PECAN 1
faith
ItUdiq haft bee eared. Indeed so strong is my liB ttmy the ben wltH
'. $2.00 buys the book and our in Its efficacy, th.t I will send TWO BOTTLTS nzx.with: :new u4 riproal WIll roar Large outs for seed.Also, pecan tree*"
F ttYALUABLB TRBATISB en this disesM to any satilsnr Catalog, 1* ray oonpktt on a&term **!>. FREE.: ready for the grove "
for
c paper one year. + who will srad me their Express and P.O.addTess.IT T1UGHJL5'8 SEED STORE,Box 688,CBIC GO.
This is certainly grand.offer. Send A. Slocnm, H. C., Iii Pearl SU, N. Y. Large Paper-theH Pecans my

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t r Jacksonville, PJa.r I Guide l2-:5-2t Ocean Spring, antis.

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TOP BUGGY steel MilE'' Wire etc.. at wholesale Bftttesatesoa .- .
01he"'EWETT > A 90.00 LEATHER M !l the State..
& DWIGHT Co.MANUFACTURERS .s1..A: TirthHhb.ryWheelrWarra.ted4:(.5O. direct from factory to A ......'
: : PMJ. Wagon, $so.n, 2 Has Optm .-ru, fSS.ii.fca Farmers where I hart no ,
Cart? .H. A pod$10.-ff7Ear&su, |...*. agent. Catalecme free. Ad- V J: fiW. .
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Q" :THE. LEADING. FURNITURE HOUSE OF THE STATE..: ., .1J
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.:.t.\ 1t. LARGEST STOCK SOUTH OF BALTIMORE. J1' ;1

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Cer" : '"L O. Latest Designs' in Parlor and Bedroom: Suites !in Antique Oak l'

i' oe"G' '7'.tJ. 'Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut and Imitation. Hall Stands,

:" ,88Jlelteff. ,8 Bed'Lounges, Willow, Reed and Rattan

: j Goods, Desks of all Kinds and
:' 11t .. ', 40 7
"- : WL:SELL: ; .- AIVD' 42 Styles. .
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; YOU THE BEST!: SAY S .

G09DS.FO.R THE LEAST MONEY. .J clACkS ,'C"

t. HOUSE, FURNISHING :GOODS OF, ALL KINDS. ONVILLE. f: ""
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: \.Carpets. Mattings, Curtains, Window Shades, Hanging Lamps, China and ..,
.':.* Crockery Sets, Tin Toilet Sets: Mirrors, Curtain Poles and Brackets.
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: !: Hotels, Boardino'" Houses Shins, Steamers. Offices and Private'Residences Furnished from Top to Bottom.

\ e__When" writing,please mention this paper. .


., :":LITTLE, BROTHERS FERTILIZER AND PHOSPHATE CO., J i


Jacksonville, '. Florida.

D.ealers: in and Manufacturers of High Grade Fertilizers.


,'. :Orange Tree. ,an& Truck Fertilizers.] Cotton and Corn Fertilizers.All '

Grades. of Fertilizer Materials on Hand at Xio-weist Market Prices. f,
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N manufacture all our own goods South Jacksonville. Our fertilizers are made from the.best materials. 1"-:

:'- .:'We have recently :purchased the factory and good will of the South Florida Fertilizer Co., at Orlando, Fla. 1

t. "' ":' J. ALEX. LITTLE: Secretary and Treasurer, uye.

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VEGETABLES.. .' :: ORANGES. ,
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.. &Jradlej's! Vegetable Fertilizer Bradley's. Orange Tree Fertilize! : :. :& : ry \


Fish ud, Potash Bone and Potash, :, .

:. ." "Pure Fine Ground BonE /
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Dry Gronnd"Bone_ .II E for your Garden. PLANTS for your Lawn.
:;j(, Sulphate of Potash. I SEEDS WHERE to get the best Seeds and fresh ones? WHEREto .
get the new Plants and good ones? This must be decided. Which ,
Tobacco Fertilizer;/Sea Fowl Guano, ,Patent Superuhosphate' o1. QLn i of the new and famous are worthy,and which of the old are better,you <

Lime, Mtifi&e of ;Potash, .Nitrate!of':Soda( I Kamit, r& -.'_ TEST II..W. Goo 'co should Colored know.Plates,We and print REASONABLE an Illustrated descriptions.Catalogue with As. to Photo-Engravings its completeness,,

I ucn lip we say'IT TELLS THE WHOLE BTOBY,for the GARDEN, LAWN ,-
..35 CTS. and FARM. Free. We offer tone ealleettau *f TILE!. Ii HEM,33 him for$1.GO{
BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO.BOSTOiNT : "'.lhTM. CAr urn runs 9 mat Spttliltki,$1.00; nown SEEM,20 kit for 60 cti.; tfce. tkm for ,e.z.
VAU HAN'S SEED STORE 88 state 51.! Box 688. CHICACO., ?

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Branch OfficeAUGUSTA,. GkA ARRANT
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.,. W.,J..POLLARD,' O&n'l Muaager., OSCAR'E NOLAN,'Fla. Salesman. 1 HEADQUARTERS. .

M. Correspondence Solicited., BEST & CHEAPESTN ., .
?tiler ec w ct.Ea. m Je7UaadaJI 1If.-m4QW. i
w. EW GRAPES FraU.. Fre CEO.; .".8IE"YN.F.UQ.&A..N.t'.
TREES TREES, TREES'!
r PILES FOREVER CURED.If .

",_;;GLEN, ST. MARY NURSERIES, you suffer with any form of this terrible i t.
loathsome disease and desire to get cured
G. Ii. TABKR, Proprietor, Glen St. Mary, Fla.N promptly, permanently and cheaply, use
Turkish Electric Ointment. Immediate,re-
,250,000 Trees, 200 Varieties. JA.11\ home grown. It will pay you to lief. Action,cool and soothing.. It Is the only
write to us before purchasing elsewhere.-: Send for catalogue and price list. ,raedy In woxld.and cures tbe worst cases
Special prices on large lots: ,".I '::1 J j I in existence. Sent by mall on receipt of onedollarno
free samples. We mean business. .
PEARS Fill PMFIT IN THE SOUTH. Don't hesitate,but remit at once,and address .
'200,000NIAGARABUD plainly, TURKISH PHARMACY Co., Albion
ILLUSTRATED LIBT.I'BEE..J' .
...in f. Nursery' C.., Tkomu.Title HJcb.I .
,' CUTTINGS I I
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6 Very choice* Niagara gape roots.
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These cuttings are all from bearing vines. DIRECT SALES. ;' '
AU orders-must be'In by December 1,1890.. Arraxnos,FRUIT JJTD YESCTABUE OBOWDUI I I\lOOjOOO F1ve.bud''cutt1n grape for: sale cheap.of Niagara. f
Z.OO"U. S2.5O per 1,000. Orders of and .

10,060
upwards. The No.3 Cutaway,4-f ttt wide at.1J.SOi cacti with ; s.
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.25 per cent.'dtecouoL,. I order. F'ullitock In warebooM. Send for circular Both from old bcaring'vlnea,weH ma& redwood
State agents for the sale of NIAGARA.. E. S.BUBBLED led.ral,Statepnt.Poinc.lla.. and warranted true to name.t t. '1
.7 .JM.htp.M. and GRKKM MOUJTTAIW' grape vines. I locate a few" very cle kabl 'ltem.-.
IIAYNB8, YOUNG &,BAILEY, STAUNTON MILITARY ACADEMY for std In South Florida. "' .... .'
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iI'TIN. Iij : Pioneers' of Grape Culture in South Florida, I ftddre young,SUuntoa men And Military boys.' For Academy ill'd catalogue Sta.. .-,I,I .' C. L'PAOE, ..1. )
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The" :Clyde :;Steamship :Co. SAVANNAH: LINE. r i


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-. Steerage,112. 0. :
Jacksonville and Boston:Cabin S2LOO:Intermediate,S21.00; Excnrslon.9i7.30;Steerage liz
THE Magnificent' Steamships ohhis Company are appointed. to s&llas. follow: '

New York, Charleston and Florida::Lines. FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.

(rCentral 900 Time.
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fi % The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed: NACOOCHEE. Capt Smith .._...... Meridian.._ .Monday. Mar. 2- 9 30 a'm
x CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt.. Burg........... .....Wednesday,. 4- 11.30 p'm
to sail as follows :. CITY OF AUGUSTA \ Catharine .....*...... ..... ...... ....Friday 6- 200p m
rf TALLAHASSEE CapU Fisher ..... .....h... ...'. ....'.. ....-..Saturday7- 3.01 pm
((8TAcnA nl'TurK.) From KANSAS CITY.l-Capt.Kempton .. ..... ....- ... ....Monday 96.00p'm
From New York, H1 E' MFR: Jacknotirllle"'1or da.Moadoy OHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt.Daggett...........................Wednesday, 11- 83) pm
tPl-er.B.'B.) ACOOCBEE.C'a pt. Smith ............:... .... ....... ................Frt Jan 2&th. at8'X.uALGONQUIN"; : Sunday, Feb. lRt, at 9:00A.M.ji CITY.OF BIRMINGHAM,Ca t.Burg........... ,............. .Saturday,. ", 14- 7.00p m
wedaelda1'Jan. .h, M'CHEROREE;'.. Tuesday, Feb. 3d, atll:00A.X. CITY OF' AUGUSTA 'apt.Catharine.......... .................Monday .. IS- 10.00 DJ
Friday Jan. 31tb. at I P. x."YEMASSEE"'Thu .day, Feb 5th, at 12Noon. TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher. ........-..-..............?_.......Wednesday, II 18- 1130p m
IIO MY. Feb 2d. at 1 P.'SEMINOLB"... Sunday, Feb. 8th, at 4A.()( M.WedneadayFeb .' KANSAS CITY Capt. Kem u>n....... .... ......_ ............Friday, :202.30 p m
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4tb. at$P. M. DELAWARE". Tuesday, Feb. Hth" at 5A.K.-()( CHATTAHOOCHEE.Capt. Daggett. .: ..Saturday 11- a.30)p m
Feb. 6th. a1.3 P. H. ..IROQUOI8" Thursday.., Feb. 12th, at, 7 A. H. NACOOCHEE..Capt.Smith ..-.......................?.. ......Monday, .2- 430p m
Monday: Ffb. 9th, At 8 P.H. .' A LGONQUUIN""ndav. Feb. nth, a1 9: 0 A.X. CITY OF.BIRMINGHAMCapLBu12...... ...................,,.Wednesday, .. 2iiS)pm
Wednesday.treb" 11th, at 3 P.M..." .Fch. 17th, at 11:00A.x. CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. Catherln-..........__.. ......... Friday. II ZT- 6..... am
FrIday. Fe-b. J3th. a1.1 P.x:..".Y.EKA88EE.Tbund.1'. Feb. 19th, at 1 P.x. TALLAHASSEE, ....,............. ....; .._.. ....Saturday, 28- m
Monday'i Feb. J8th, at8 P..SEMINOLE".. oil Munday. Feh. 22d, at 1:30r. Y KANSAS CITY Capt.KeelptoD........ ........,.............Monday .. S- .03p m
WedBeP'lay.Feb. 18th, at 8 P..x. ...IROQUOIS" Tuesday, Feb. 24th. at 4:00.A..X.
Fridays" Feb b.'at.1 P. H..ALGONQUIN'. Thursday. Feb. 26th, a1. 6:00A. x. FOR BOSTON.
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Wedne.day.'eb.Monday Feb. ,26th.N, at at a 3 P.p."YEHA8SEE"x. .. .CHEROKEE".... Tuesday Sunday Mar.far. Ist.at.ad, at. 10 8:00 A.A.x.K. GATE CITY. Cant. Doane.................. ...... ................Tuesday. Mar. :3. 1000 a m
Friday'. Feb. 27ttJ, at.a P.x.,.'!SEM INOLE"... Thursday Mar. 6tb. at 11:80 A. M CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt. Googlns...................._....Saturday, 7- arop m
CITY OF- MACON, Capt. Lewis. .-. .......__........ .,..Wednesday 11- 60) m .
GATE CITY Capt. Doane.. ...... .*. ......_..... ........._. ....Sunday.. II )5- 9.00 am p
CITY O* SAVANNAH, Capt.Googlns ......... ............ ...Thursday 19- 1.30) m
St. Johns River Line. .,. CITY OF MACON, Capt.LewIs...................... ?....... .....Monday, 234 3) P p m
GATE CITY. Capt.Doane..............__...................... _....Friday.. ZT- 6S1p m
CITY OF.SAVANNAH,.Capt. Googlns.............. ..._ _Tuesday 31- 9.(0 am
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:: Johns River. ( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) -

DESSOUG,'Capt,Asklns .............__......._......_,..Wednesday Mar. 6- 1.30pm
The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers"C'ITY' DEBSOUG,CapL Asklns.........__.................................Monday, 16- 10 0)a m
"t'L, DES8OUG Capt. Askins ...... ......___... .....................Thursday, 16- &00 p m
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THESE ,PALACE STEAMERS
t :; Capt. W. A. SHAW, ,

-.i fFeEC Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway(Waycross Short Line)offer
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to the Traveling$ Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. '
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading,Issued to principal points North, East and Northwest
T. W. LUND Jr.
--f. Oapt.
iff. <'..; via Savannah. For Information
-" ,Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville,dally except Saturday, at 8:30 p.m.,and from J.. P. BECKWITH General Agent, H.CHRISTIAN Soliciting Agent
Sanford dally except Sunday at 9 a. m. 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. ".,.
R. L.WALKER. ,
Agent C. G. ANDERSON, Agent
t New Pier No.85 North River New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah, Ga.
SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND. ; RICHARDSON'A BARNARD Agents Lewis Wharf, Boston.
-Read Down. Read Up. : W. L. JAMES Agent.13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia.J. .
. Leave. 8:30P. X............................Jacksonville .. 11:45'P.. )C. D. HASHAGEN Eastern Agent. Ssv.. Fla.) 8GOp.;x..Paltka .....Leave 7:00 P. x. G. M. SORREL,Gen.Manager. W. E ARNOLD,Gen.Trav. Agt.,Jacksonville Fla
'I 1:30A............ ......................A.t.nr........................... 2:00 P. x. For Tickets apply to S.. F.A W. Railway once.E8TABLISIII.
2:16 A.K. St. Francis .. 12:45 p. x. r
6:00 A.M...Beresford .. 11:45 A. x.
6GOA.M... Blue Springs .' 11:00 A. x. D 1876.WILLI.A.M .
Arrive 8OOA.M....... 9OOA x.
6:15 A.M. .......................... Enterprise. .............. 9:30A. M. ;
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Alo Steamer EVERGLADE (freight only) from Jacksonville for Astor Mondays!,Wednes
days and Friday at 6 P.M. Returning leave Astor Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays .4.. ::aOUa..S.
at 10 A.x. .

General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay Street. WHOLESALE .;-

F. M'IRONMONGER: : Jr., Fla.Pass.Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla ..
Grain Garden Seeds and
W.'F. OO"EN' FAY, Traveling Passenger Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. Fertilizers
J. O. PELOT, Frt. Agt.,on wharf foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville,Fla. ,

.JOHN L. fee WARD, Fla. Frt. Agent, foot.Laura St.,Jacksonville Fla._ .
20 PET BAY STREET
JACKSONVILLE
J. A. LESLIE, Bnpt., foot Laura St.,Jac.kJKnT1lle.Fla. FLAt i \; .

?. MARSHAL- B. CLiTBE,-Asst.Traffic Manager. Bowling Green, New York. -

THE0.,6. EGEB,Traffic Manager,5 Bowling' Green,N.Y.! I HANDLE ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE SEEDS A COMPLETE STOCK Oj, .

WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,
Hay Corn Oats Flour BranWheat Grits Meal J
IB SoHtfc Wharves, Pbiladelpbia. 5 Bowling; Green, H. T. ,

COTTON SEED MEAL Beth
Bright and Dark.


r 1 Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. STATE AGENT FOR PURE GROUND BONE, .


J. E. Tygeri fir Co.'s
NEW YORK.
NITRATE SODA, .

Branch. Office, No. 729 Reynolds St., Auonsta, Ga Star OIIABAl Brand{TEED Fertilizers AICALTBJS. MURIATE OF POTASH,

C. D. DUNCAN Florida Salesman. Comprising w wW SULPHATE
POTASH
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"' Tree and Vegetable
:\. B ....;, Orange '
FERTILIZER. KAINIT, ETC.
Americus Orange Tree Fertilizer,
These Fertilizer have no superior In the market and a trial will eonylnce.
,, Americus Orange Tree No. 2 '
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*: Americus Ammoniated Bone Superphosphate) ,., ORANGES. t r LEMONS.

< Americus Pure Bone Meal. Americus pone and Potash, POMEGRANATES, TALBIGOHDBSEBIES i! ,B\.NO\NAS. _
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PINEAPPLES
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PEACHES.: "
Americus Strawberry Fertilizer GRAPES,PEARS Tropical and Subtropical. AVCXKDO PEARS r

Americus Sutoh&te of Potash, LOQUATS ORIENTAL OLIVES; Large a4o ekl i 0iM TariM 1 I Tree lI& .g I GUAVAS ANONA8, ,

..:.. Florida Vegetable Fertilizer.: PLUMB AND L'beral Dealing! BOSH CALADIUMB.NE RtU8., .

:" BB1Rf6M: C.F. Winton, Mandarin, Jla.: Dr. H.Knight, BellsyUir,Fla| X.E. PERSIMMONS TREES, W. G. TOUSEY, Prop'r, ,CACTI VINH3. ..
1ftIIeIt.OIen sBL-J'Ia.- P.Godfrey. Mlaneola, Pia.n:1Arreesa1correspondence ETC., ETC, BAMS008BF0.PALMS. .
toWIULUl8! & CLARK :FERTILIZER Ce.Augusts ., VALRICO,HILLSBOROUGH CO.,FLA.
-: et" LIMES. Send for Catalogue. .


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Ii FERTILIZERS. FERTILIZERS i "

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Blood Bone .. Dark and Seed Meal '
and :, Bright Cotton 1'f

Bone :Linseed Meal ';' ....'
Pure Fine ;Qitpnnd .' .

'-" ,' "* Animal Bone and Potash, : '., Tobacco Stems; a

J" ;' <, .. Blood, Bone and Potash* ,Canada Hardwood Ashes, "

: ; I Ohicaoro Bone Meal, Sulphate ,of Potash, &;<

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Or.an.e;: Tree P ood, Bearing: Tree.., .
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"OranKe, =Tree Food .
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Vese1iab1e an.d 'Potato G-ro-vv er. h" I'

-' -. ;Gt-ZEO. E. WILSON, Q-en'l' Art, QQ W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Ela.' V

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NU'RSERIES DARLING'S COMPLETE FERTILIZER, ,
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Made,Expressly for the FRUIT AND TRUCK GROWERS OF FLOR IDA. 4.7
:lHlwawkee-Forfda, Orange Company. Manufactured by the-- r.

.. ', ''pHOIOBBT StraWof Distinctive Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees a specialty. Our'stock B. ]Darling Fertilizer Company, Pawlncket: R !. t*

4i '.VMafge, aid complete. Prompt attention to correspondence. For catalogue a price 11 Southern Office and.Warehouse, JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
:addre A. L. DUNCAN. Manager Dunedin.' Fin. W. H. BIACOJHBKR, General Sales Agent Bostwick Building.
f'. Our Fertilizers have given Universal Satisfaction the past season.' Send fur Catalogue,
giving prices,and testimonial from some of the leading growers.
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: ,s ORANGE 1891 Home Grown( ,Honest,Reliable.

GT I offer you my Vegetable and Flower,Seed Catalogue,for
.y a ,' Jo .> ? (1o 1891 FREE. Note the immense variety of seed it contains
>' G i ,and that all the best novelties are there. Not
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ff1lq : 1J /if.- much mere show about it(you don't plant pictures)
(but fine en graying*from photographs of scores of the r
choice vegetables I hare introduced. Would it not
; 0 : aTA OG be well to get the seed of these from first hands To be the
:v A Special Complete Manure. _- business a specialty? trares reliability; Honest and hon-
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Worable dealing is the only foundation this can rest on. My Catalogue
is FREE as usual. A matter on second page of cover will
1891 interest my customers. J.J.H.GREGORY & SW,Ma&Mtead,......

,for Orange Trees.s, Young and) Old, Fruit Trees, and Small Fruits: JOIN THEBuilding


.... ?i\Producing a Healthy,. Vigorous, Growth ''and. Bright, Firm Fruit IIc>1\I.E1: ,:-V-EST1\I.EJNar.: : : ., ,4

'. That'Holds Until it is Picked.
on ,
and Loan Association

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:OI "FEED THE PLANT, AND I And Own Home.
,::' U 1D MAXIM I a .
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THE PLANT: WILL FEED' YOU.
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.' The terms of this Association have never been equalled In Florida It offers terms that
the should enable every man to,Instead of paying rent to a landlord, have same sum pay for
Hctefitifie research,verlfled by practical experiment, have enabled us determine ": .
same property. In a frw years It offers best terms to -, / : -;
most suitable form of plant food to proJuce: not only sweet fruit (the most salable ,but also f.'f": !'
he6lUJr; wood. STOP A MORTGAGE.Write .< '/ ;,

We claim that our ORANGE GROWER returns to the soil In suitable form and In proper ,for particulars,to the above named Association ".: ';.

;'!\ .. -time hose( constituents which fruits abstract,and will .give larger yield,stimulating 5 Everett Block, Jacksonville, Fla. : ,
a vigorous condition of the entire plant. Our ORANGE GROWxR supplies the required
elements of plant food and In suitable foims. ,
Experience has proven that Potash la best adapted to the orange tree,and cur ORANGE ."
GROWER coatantalns tbe largest amount,principally In the form of sulphate. The Bone
KIAIE
used 1*mare quickly available than the raw bone, being carefully dissolved, hence more .. .
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readily taken by the roots of the tree. Many failures 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 ..9I'
ea feed of It,which heavier soil possesses. We have aimed to'put It In the right form to yield I IAN OS. .
ep ita plant"'food gradually through the season.It r .

ts an unquestionable fact;admitted by all,that the growth of an orange tree is the INTone 'c .YJ
UNEQUALLED
labor of many years and we can not afford to wait a,whole season for the,bone to be rendered '.

soluble. On the.other aand.the trees should'not be forced by stimulants like fish,guano, Tcuch Workmanship: n Durability I. -
cottonseed meal,which,being rich in ammonia,are consequently too forcing. Experience ,,
baa further demonstrated the ,wisdom! of;>> frequent applications of fertilizers,especially on Bat tlmOl'f",22 and 2t East Baltimore Street, ..
New York, 148 Fifth Ave.
lighter lands,*ay two or three times a year,in January,February or March and In June and Washington, 817 Mat ket Space.
July. It should be scattered broadcast around the trees,a little way from the trunk,and as
,tar out as the branches extend, and should be worked' lightly In the soil. About one-half PIANOSORGANS
'pound should be appl d to young trees when first set out,working thoroughly Into the soil,
44 000
'tr. that It may not come In contact with the tender root. Another half pound should be scattered r
2 around the tree,after It Is set out,on the"urrace,and raked In. ,,
k 'Older. :trees should be treated as follows: Two pounds for second year;three pounds for, '
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s ,third year,Increasing the quantity a pound a year entil the tree Is ten years old. A full j Placed business-aalaBOTeT in Southern Home sine Hlx ISTO-Twentj 51 111 Ion Do rean'nccee AMSDEN '

bearing: grove should have from 1,200 to 2,000 pounds per acre. fled With increasing.Cheap, Why Interior f B c Instruments o the Country built ,
Seed for pamphlet and price,and all other Information to .
TO SELL-NOT' TO USEand
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>-:.4 '. A. M. BOND, General Agent, the public has found out that EAST POULTRY YARDS.
WE DON'T SELL THAT KIND
-iBOWKER; FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Fla. Oar Instrument lead the world. Our Priced.LESS Fourteen varieties of land and water fowls.
1 than factories. Terms Eariest. Methods. Fairest
.. Inducements, matect. and we pay freight. Indian Games, Imperial Pekin
.. :t ',' Write for Free CaUloenM and Circular explaining*
:;;;, folly-all in plain print. Easy to boy from oa. Ducks, Bronze Turkeys..
r : NURSERIES OF THE IUDDEN&BATEOL
'. -'. Poultry supplies of all kinds. Send a postal
Southern Music, House, |J card for my new lllostrated catalogue and
!1 Milwaukee-Florida{ { Orange Co. 8AVAHNAH, CA. price lists s

:.- <423rv3s3r : Eggs to Hatch.E.
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'grtttietjteatetefOheteeHVarktteg. M of Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty.. A SCHOOLFitting .. .. W. AMSDEN, Ormosd.Fla.rII1w1JI'.

4 1 .Budding-Wood for sale at alI times.
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TO
etaptete. POMP ATTENTION; CORRESPONDENCE. For
;. ;; .; > Chartered by the legislature of Virginia, and
endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce Council
: 'v\:c, :, .',_ r. ,Cotologuo' sad Prtee.Li&t,address, and prominent citizens of the city; where located. .to "'1".PlI.JI ....
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Forcatalogue,circulars and testimonials,address ERJ a d oN:peHafe A...... '
:"A, ,.L. DUNOAN., Manager. Dunedin, Fla. I.G-Jt1NSMOlUt.lnsidalt: ,Staunton,Va. II oat.aelCe1Bsi"> '. ,....Beska.
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