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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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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 26, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
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\ GROVE. OPECIAtTY IN

ORANGE FOR SALE.- TRY IIAaTII1GSSRRD. _O. FOREIGN,, GRAPE VINES..

One and one-iia i miles from Peru,FJa.jDne; Chassela LuttlchaB, beat and by>> weeD
half mile from AlaOa river 110 bearing tree* .. market
the earliest grape In Florida.
inflfst-elass eondtUon, 15 to 18'yean old They are the best: They are grown for use in the South.

Good water. ;aeaithy.locality.-.- Tract containing They! are adapted to our _Florida: soil., and climate., Give them a Write for Catalogue. .
70>>acre;,Address, P. M.,Peru, Fla.T.ARMERS H. VON LUTTICHAU, -
trial. Our will be sent
: new catalogueforr,189091, : i.on application. 12-4-Jt, Earleton.Fla.

: !, HI 'G. HASTINGS: & CO., <<

F-: : Seedsmen and> ,Florists. .< 'Ihtreldcheri, Fla. T} LLERSLIE. '' ORANGHr (
.ito ns? Patent Plow-Colter and Gauge beads I C -NURSERY.-:
.t & Pq$U .AdJttttUjae.tolany' :Plowv one or "
two how. leaves 20 per cent. in labor forman (Ouy900yards from depot. o'
and beast,and enables to turn any -Thousand of sweet seedlln v'two to dYe yearr
you SAVE AN'D'MONEY- old. from seed directly from the famons,Tookartrove.
kind of vines weeds TIMESTART
-% gram, or completely put Splendid eelec on-budded:trees, tfaom-
otatefet.- GUAHAirTEBD. Bend-for" circular' leu and otherwls Mature Oval;)fe I.Sweet Jaffa.WaxhlnjTtod.NaTel .
MOON COLTEtt.,MFCKCOtrAgents .. .. ... .. ,.Tangerine Peerless.Barmcna*
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wanted. Hunisvllle,Ala.LAKE _. : : t Sweet and.others The laM named Ira nert''U4
RIGHT AND KEEP RIGHT Vyl buying lour splendid variety, early and sweet. Our prices AN
the lowest. Try us and you will pnrduwe. *
---i-* B '&AGENTS;.. ,RIPLEY;, .of those_who have had experience: and have_ :MADE A SUCCESS Address Care E..A.Fates 3.C.;.EU 8UMNEB rslle,Puce Kaaatcr.Co.7L.a. .

,OF GRAPE CULTURE IN 'SOUTH:: FLORIDA. who willi .w.BABx>srr. ; .- :. .'g.BABargTTHARNETT .
.FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE. /: vines. B84'AB .mmm 19M.J. ,
give full instructlon.as to planting and care of i

r 57- CHATHAM .S"r., BOSTON., vT .HAYNES : YOUNG '8c'BAILEY BROS.,
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Price Catalogues of weekly sales furnished '', ': -JO/ AGENTS
CoihpahleV Superior Vines
State Agent& or th e Niaga'ra'White i : drape' '
on application.
and Green Mountain, FLORIDA FRUIT EXCH NGH.

AS.: SAITTA, SON'& CO!," i NIAGARA VILLA. Wages! tls Oom mission, FniiU and Yegtlailw.
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FRUIT IMPORTERS IND'COMMISSIONMERCHANTS" _Box.4 492; Orlando,, Pla. --- Prompt return S South application _-
1A!>>1 Water Street.Chtoaoo.
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Attests for,Georgia,Carolina and Missouri FALL AND WINTER-SEASON 1890 AND 1891. ESTABLISHED 1879.

mej In Bananas a',.,,>38J')and ears' Floifda-received Oranges.,:-yearly. Consignmeata Leaden- 'X.'T.PAI :E." '", ,I'.. .' J.OVEBTOIi'PAt1aTHE BURROWS & CO..,. t

solloited. Quickest and best returns. PAINE FERTILIZER COMPANY RM. COMMISSION MERCHANTSFor
References: Whole fruit trade Masonic ,
BaRk,and Co. (Exchange Bank. sale of Oranges,LemonsadadB_ saas,
Pittsburgh. Pa.,926 to 964 Liberty avenue. .. ,JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA. ,
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New York,sfeet.Philadelphia N;-K. 88 Park; Place, and.368Washington Office 50 West Bay Street; Warehouses and Wharves at the terminus of the P C.4 P. B.::R., 64 Ample AND storage PROSPECT and ST.refriyoratQi'g.CLEVELAND.. .Cor,0.
Bt.John. River East Jacksonville.
Pa., Jas. Baltta, 11 and IS ,, i respondence solicited. Stenofl*fsrafflwd.-

r- Dock street: Manufacturers of Commercial Fertilizers.Wholesale wards References-Mercantile ft Co..Wholesale Oroce8 National Baato.Jfrog Was.!ft Co Hd-.
WHOLESALE ,Wholesale Boots and Shoes; Bradatreeir.sad B.O.
OMONA NUR- '"0Mb. *
Dna Co.'s Mercantile Agencies. ; Farmer
1 ,SERIES, dealers hi and Importers of all kinds Agricultural l.Cnemlcals. CleTeland. .
r Send us your name and'we will mall TOU.tr.Jm time ta time much general Information M. BOEHMER & CO::
.- MACCLENNY, BAKER CO., FLA. regarding: successful orange and vegetable culture In Florida w ,
GRIPPING, A BRADLEY, PROPRIETORS.
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The Finest Recommendation to be. Obtained in the State.-Florid Experiment Station. Jai.P.
ier.of a rfe ,,era111ne of fruit trees adapted No.625 Liberty Ave.",

a4 to. M>the Golf States.UeL Florid grown:Tariettesof poach DePass, Director. Legs CITY, FtA.,Oct.39.I960. ITTSI3URGH, .PA. .,
.p of.plum 'each n both peach I MESSRS. E.T. PAINE A SON. Dear Sirs-I have used)'!)"Orange Tree Food"on my | Commission Merchants, Dealers In Pore1gn.and. *.
..ad Martanna plom root' *. Aprtoots. nectarines, Domestic Fruits Oranges In car lot *
It Is excellent fertilizer and I
for two and trees are growing very finely. an
afanonds, apple etc. .Moaeeats grove yeara my
peoas .. !specialty.
'4 .effiplal corre pondenc solicited.. can recommenc.lUrMIt' Alghltl.Youn truly, JAS. P. DKPASS. H i Consignments and correspondence solicited
., TAMPA, FrjLOct.26,1890.: Reference German National Bank.
GRAZING MUZZLE. MESSRS.E.T. PAINS A SON., 'Gentleman-T am so far satisfied with the mulls obtainedby
PATENT the use oi sour "Orange Food" Fertilizer, of which I ud over 60.tons the past season. W' SHERMAN & CO.
My fruit IN vrry firm and heavy., Five years continuous use of this brand shows that It produces L ,
Allows stock of all kinds to graze and pre- a thin ti.ugh-sklnoM fruit,which carries to ,market under average conditions ex- 'f BOSTON,
browsing. Trees and unrobe_ fully,promenses cel'ent shape Not one':bad oraer"report did I r>celve the past season. The wood growth ,
= obtained by the ute of your.fertilizer Is not as great as by some otnersr but!. B KALTUT; and RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA; FRUITS.: .
8.: Bi: Hubbard' Co.,Jackson- CERTAIN, Yours truly, J M. WATROUS 1 ReferencesDr..Henry Foster,Oviedo,Fliu.
'f..... ort Reed, Fla..Fiftt.
National Bank, Sanford Flat;. B..:P.ttBgh,..
:Prlee. 11.26 each- at factory. .'S VE: ;: "-:CD4.C: > 1'T.liYBY : Lady Lake, Fla J' J.,<.W Robert., Orange
MORKMJN, 7 A co.- Bend, Fla ; Dr L L. Neirsom.Crescent Cl jjf,
BwlUerlaud,'Fla. i'la.i I Fourth, National Bank. Boston; H.

A J. BEACH(& ,SON.,; blyi8!; lli ril r 1, LiDDincott&'C8.'s U S } "CULTURATOR""VEGETATOR" Harris A Co PALMER, Boston. ,.. ,

N, U R S'E'WY"M'E'N. GS. '
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: Complete Fertilizers for Vegetables and Fruit Trees. Analysis and prices;: upon application : 166 READE ST., NEW YORK.SOUTHERN. .
FU.ITr :' . -, BAKER BR08> ,.Btate Agent
PALATKA
_OEO. w. ,BAgEH'! QttgDE EONF.MAAURE..Decompose&Aith: Poiashc. 125 per PRODUCE. SPECIAUT&.
and'PiDts of all kInds a lli f to thieH.at ton delivered. Guaranteed Analysis. Send for Catalogue and samples. Oranges,Lemons, Pineapples, and all other
BAKER BROS.,Special Agent. Palm Spring, Fla. Fruit and early truck, ,also, dried. traits,
AlsoJapan <
trees -
Caaapb a specialty. '
; LOW. 'PKICia OK TOBACCO 8TKMS IK K'LOT.; / nuy.furs,eta S < ,r *
L cI eetsaili,Pecans and Japan:Perslm- All cons! m enti"Promytly' remitted tor.
Stencil and market reports furnished free.
lea DELAWKAE, 1VES, CYPITHIAPf, NORTON References: Bradstreet. and estabHsh
Y F. HOBSON & CO., NIAGARA EATON, M0YEB,and all leading and new varietiesof merchant atd banks of the South .
J No._South Front Mreet.. grape vines; Native and.Foreign; & :
B MAXFlEtD' CO
!:1 PHILADELPHIA. ,
iqiANri ., -. HIGHEST STANDARD! T.I '75 77 PARK: PLACE,. NEW;YORK.Recelrers .
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Boatbera Fro tte,and VS3S < alUes. EQUAL TO ANY I INFERIOR N"ONEF of, Florida Oranges.Lemons,Qtf. ,
".... Dr. H. <<. r 0'0. 1 IAMON 0 prtcellst I ,and,estimate with special dlrcount* on Fruit and Tangerine*. ** "

!\ ; f.DeRD,JBsnjinpeir PIGI'td&Cn"-' C large. ,. orders, ,,address,, STRICTLY FAWCT..FBXTIT;BOTH'ix,Q&AJJTT.. ." .'
., .uoJ.1'ACJal'fG' IS'OVB KOBBT:
ite*JoliMoa *..Stokes.. 8 ed'Merchant*..-ct'lit !" B. DUBOIS; Manager, 8tAmcllaturnlaliedtree.- A. ..a

MarkM... .PaIIa4eI Col.NorroQLPm and Andalaals Nurseries aol,yineyaf6VTWtehaee,..;n! Refereace Chatham National Bank,K.T;
San Luis .
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a Ss fB""sifthe4 when! requested. Beturu made S for price list of FLORIDA WINES. Prompt return on all consignment.
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7 162 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH,' FARMER'AND FRUIT-GROWER. [FEBRUARY 26,1891 J

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SULPHUR SOLUTION

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INSECTICIDE .
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t ;'i is,,"a sovereign remedy for the various forms of fungi on trees ,and 'plants. Being. free from all substancesof

a caustic, corrosive or poisonous nature: !it can handled with perfect safety to the person, and applied )

to the trees ,at any stage 'of growth without injury.

.. This ;insecticide i has been used by some 'of the the largest .orange" growers in the State during ,the.past

year, and'has' given 'perfect satisfaction.. References furnished on application

FOR RUST :MITE USE ONE QUART TO FIFTY GAL LONS OF WATER. .

For Red Spider and.Scale of General directions for "* -" .
use one gallon to fifty.gallons water. using sent application. ;

,. ., : PRICE: 20 CENTS PER: GALLON "r :,;__,.A

In barrels and half barrels. If there is no agent in.your vicinity, write for price delivered. .

[P Manufactured'by McMASTER & MILLER, .

Sam, Mateo and Citra' FJa.

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SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY

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The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.


The attention of shippers Is directed to the Plant S. S. Line between Havana,Key West and Tampa,and -'Outh Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford,1".&W.Ry.between -
Jacksonville,Gainesville,Balnbrldge, River Junction and savannah,Savannah and Charleston! ,and 'Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Philadelphia,Boston and New
York,and Merchants and Miners 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 5elvers'! and, Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connections:
NORTH,BOUND. I SOUTH BOUHD.
Double dally fast freight service for all points West. via Albany,Jesup, Bainbridge. and Double dally fast freight service from all points North and Writ via Albany: ,Balnbrldge,
Jesup and Savannah to all points In Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jack-
B1 i5iyfast connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern,Interior sonvllle,Callahan and Live Oak
aidOoartpoSsVlncludlng New York,Boston, Philadelphia,Baltimore, Washington and Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the reran Steamship Company,sailing from
Provid-eaO& New York(New Pier;,North River,)direct for Savannah Monday,Wednesday,Friday and
Four connections week for New York via Ocean.Steamship Company,leaving SavannahJoBdaya Saturday., .
Wednesdays,Fridays Saturdays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston Feb. 9,.
Two connections a week for Baltimore,via Merchants' and Mlnen'Transportation Lorn- 13,17,21,25 and 28 for Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fAIt
freight trains for nil. In Florida.
Vi !'" Wednesday and Saturday. points
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P 5StonfOT BoSon via Boe\On and savannah Steamship Company,leaving Savannah From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,leaving Philadelphia ireb.0,19,Mar.I,and
every five days from regular sailing day via New York to Savannah.
SSSfi&aate"1' every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving From/ sfflssuss-s and Miners Transportation Va., every Tuesday and
Friday, with 8.,F.& W.By.for all polnta Florida.
Bailing days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. '
The Florida Dispatch Line U the quickest and best freight route from all points:North,Ea.t and West to Florida. For full particulars,rates,stencils and shipping receipts apply to-.
any agents of the above lines,'or to W AI.P.HARDEE,Genl Freight Agent,Savannah,Ga. :
a P.OWKNSTraffic Manager,Savannah,,Ga.! W. M.DAVIDSON, GenT Traffic Agent, Jacksonville,Fla.J. J'
.A. SPOTTSWOOD,Tray.At.,Gainesville.Fla.. J.P.JoRDAif.Trav.Agent,Qnlncy.! : J. E.DBAYTOK,Trav. Agent,.Jacksonville. J.H.BTTPHXS,Agent,Jacksonville._ I

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SUNSET HILL NURSERY ETTSTIS NURSERIES, .

Eostis, Lake County, Fla.,
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CATALOGUE .
t ,. Offer for sale for Immediate planting
with praettealltotitobHlE2. ,JA worth. sending tor. It oo t"'tna" valuable Information to "
all,with. ,a "list, of all: the choicest varieties of the citrus family grown. Peaches, A' FINE STOCK OF ORANGE ANn LEMON TREES
Pears, Plums; AprtcoU, Persimmons,' Grapes and other fruit ,adapted to the ..
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climate of I'1 rw.. Our stock to"grown oa Mgh pine land,and Is one of the finest.and largest One ana two year buds;choicest varieties; ,all grown on pine land.
ba the State IT IS GBOWN TO BELL IF ANY ONE CAN SUIT YOU, WE CAN. 'My Nurserlee were entirely unlnJnY&Tb'y the March]'1_.- Plant now dung the>SFaJoyveason.
Every oa* shou4d have oar oatalegBe. :Free application. Just send your name for one Write for special prices. t .
. .. "I .CE.I..fI G. H. NORTON.:
."W. 8prlar Lake County. .. .
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$2.00 PER, YEAR] JACKSONVILLE,.FEBRUARY 26, 1891. [82.OO PER TEAR


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1 I *A week later they reported their many vines have been planted this for grape-growing than for wine mak-

e Vineyard.Progress sales as follows: season. ing. The reader will certainly not

..: -...-- ':'":' For spring planting 1889 ........... 7,500 vines Nearly every variety has been fail to note the remark of Mr. God-

in Viticulture in Florida.. It It 1890 ........,39,084 tested here and the following are as bey a careful, conservative man anda

Bofarl S91 ... ............ ...........3,,240 successful as anywhere in the United practical grower of many years' experience

Believing that it would interest ,our This is a very good record,. con- States: Ives, Hartford, Champion, that grapes are found to be

readers to learn something of the sidering that these gentlemen have Delaware, and Niagara. About two- more profitable the space occupied,

thirds of all planted here are Ive than other fruit planted at Waldo.
:progress of grape-growing in the been selling only three years, and any
simply because'they are the best ship. And Waldo is noted for its fine peaches,
State, we addressed: letters to the have heretofore. sold only one variety, .
pers. also for its oranges. .
the Niagara.FROM.
principal specialists in this branch, I the above informa-
give
only you The success of grape-growing in
asking them to give us the approximate TALLAHASSEE.Editor tion as dots. I may give you an arti-- Florida ought now to be considered as

acreages in their respective Farmer and Fruit-Grower: cle on grape growing in this. section at established beyond cavil-everywhere

']localities and in their counties.. We In compliance with your request I some future time. in the State, except on occasional areas

also asked them to point out the drift herewith send you a list of the vines Waldo, Fla. T. K. GODBEY. of soil which some chemical constituent -

(rooted) .sold by me_ during the past seems to render unsuitable. Mr.
.of advancement in this industry by Mr. H. von Luttichau, of Earleton, Dubois Tallahassee has
at fortysevenacres
three I can guaranteethe ,
showing, as well as could be done, the figures years.of this list to be perfectly ac- writes that, as he produces mostly foreign in vines, and,, at the date of his
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orders for varieties his orders are chiefly
direction of the heaviest curate: E. DUBOIS. last report, some of them 'were eight

vines. All of them responded but rallahauee, Fla. I.small, but range from Florida to years old and still showed no signs of

one. Some of them gave statistics 'of Texas. He estimates the acreage at decay. Tne varieties which he has

wine-making, but as this inquiry was List of grape vines shipped throughout Waldo and vicinity at about twenty- found to succeed are numerous.At .

the, of Florida by the San Luis and five.
directed only; to specialty growing -
Waldo several,varieties
are.mentioned -
Andalusia nurseries
vineyards and .
grapes for early shipment to the PUTNAM COUNTY. as successful by .Mr. Godbey
have omitted that featurein from November i, 1887, to Novem- i ,
North
order, we' the ber i, 1890 : Mr. Holmes Erwin, of Sisco, the and a few miles distant, at Earleton,
to give uniformity to ref well-known wine maker, estimates that Mr.: von Luttichau-- has abundantly

e ports, though, of course_ the reader, ,
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about fifty acres were planted in the demonstrated the adaptability of at
will understand that all these IoS
not vines county last year, and that the total least that part of Florida to some of
sold or planted for this NUMBER OF p e 5:3VINES. :
were purpose.
4..III 0 acreage at present may be about one the finer French grapes, notably the
Also: further, it gi es without saying : .S '
COUNTIES. ,0... hundred. His own. vineyard includes Chasselas and its Florida offspring,the
that. considerable of these '
co Pot
a proportion ,8... : twenty acres, and about Sisco he estimates Chasselas Luttichau, a very early
will result o
plantings everywhere in
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partial or total failure.ORANGE 1887-88 1888.89 1889-90 ZZ that there,are thirty acres. market grape.

Mr. Hostetter's
thriving vineyardon
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., COUNTY. ,. -. Alachua.m 2,942 9"9 4.718 27 South Lake Weir, Lake county,
Editor farmer and. Fruit Grower.. :( .f_ Baker......_. .. 500 6a 1,016 1,629 10 Some of the strawberry growers has that the Rogers hybridswill
Bradford. 2 6 2 1 21.9' proven
,'-My: sales. \ ,of grape vines to date for Brevard. .:. .. :204; 180 5 989 10 about Starke became somewhat discouraged flourish there under the
Calhoun. .... ..... J56 156 1Citrul. by the returns which proper
winter planting are. about 29,000, .., ..... .. .... 1 1 1 poor management.
mostly all Niagara. The largest sale Clay........... 12J 1,319 2,109 3,55 19 the uncommonly hard conditions of!
Dade ......... ..... ... 8 8 2 last, caused them,to receive(though In Orange county Messrs. Haynes,
goes to near Lake Charles, La.. 6,800. De80to...... 252 ....... 261 .1 year
.1 have several sharp inquiries for Duval....... ... ...... 3 3 5Elcambla. there are ,no substantial grounds for Young & Bailey, Wright, Mott, and
...... 310: 300 008 1,658 5Franklin. this those who others have shown that the Niagaramay
thousand Practical viti .. feelingsince perseveredhave
several .
yet. t 115 73 46 ZU 5
.- ...., be made a source of profits which
culfurists must show the .thousands of Gadlden Hernando.. .. 11'22) 1,350 ....j4 1,386 100 1 I now a fine prospect before them), distance the
even
people now'seeking' homes in Florida 206. ...... IJ51 1,357 8Holmes. and they determined to try grapes. orange.
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: 83 33 .1 Mr. Irving C. Webb theeditor ol the Rev. James H. White, at "Island _
that there is money in planting grapesin Jackson ...... ...... ..__ 7 7 1 "
State ,and that doing so is a Lake ......... 618180 1,639 2,437 31Gee. Telegraph, writes us that about ten Home, Merrill's Island, Indian
our ..... ....... .... ,5. 5 .1 River in
safe investment. When we have accomplished Leon.........:' 5,762 15,204, 664 21,8361 acres will be planted as an experiment. 1875 planted thirty.two
Manatee...... 51 ....... 5 66 3Marion. varieties of vines, of which nine wereRogers'
thousandsof
s this fact, then ....... 4.M5 7,913 10,757 28,215 31Naaaau ESCAMBIA COUNTY.
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dollars will come to our State in ....... 4. 12....... 16 2 hybrids. A member of the
Orange ....... 4,173 1,968 2,817 33 Col S. S. Harvey, of this county, Indian River Horticultural Society
May, June anJulrtobuyourgrapes. ,Oace0la. ... 38 ........ ... 38 1 informs us that there are several vine ,
GEO. H. WRIGHT. Pasco ......... 2113 158 494 3,36 14 who had grown grapes for forty yearsin
Polk ........... 231 631 530 '1,292 23 yards near Pensacola, which supply New pronounced Mr.
Chuluota, Fla. Putnam ... 281 765 2,445 3,441 .22 Jersey,
Santa Rosa .. ....... 0 281 2St. that.city and also ship early grapes to While's Wilders the largest grapes he
In reply to our letter of inquiry, ;Johns ..... 6 2 18 2,391 7 Northern markets. Among these he and the clusters of the
Sumter. 35 665 33 m 5 ever saw, hy- ,
Messrs. Young & Bailey of
Haynes, recalled those of V. Mr. '
495 1,38 2S J. Dansby, brids
the Niagara Villa Vineyard, Orlando, wak ua:::.. 3356 ...... ..s.. s5o 1 Stoddard and Mr. Keelin whose as uncommonly large.
Walton ...... 800 2,325 7 The late A. I. Bidwell, of Orlando,
under date of February 12, say: "It _Waahlolton.. .. .. 1X00. 8 0 I, vineyards would aggregate eight or tested forty kinds in his grounds
is a little to make the such -- -
early
report
Besides these within
22,641 ag._ 27.39f 89 6S7 S88 ten acres. a during a period of seven years, and
as indicate. Our sales so far this
lOU several vineyards have
year or two, he said: "Grapes will pay" over.$300
season, although hardly started, are been which are too
planted yet youngto Hartford Prolifics have
IN ALACHUA COUNTY. per acre. My
almost as large as they were during bear. This is also the case In the paid over $400.. The bunch Are
rapes
the whole of last season. Later we Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
There within radius of about adjoining county, Santa Rosa, where too valuable in themselves to make wine
a
are
give a fuller' ..
may you report Mr. A. W. Stewart a progressive
them. The most profitable are the
miles of Waldo about"'twelve of ,
Number. of acres in about two
.grapes vine from Illinois has taken
Hartford Ives and some of the
vines that of ,
of
Orlando acres planted are a initiative
70.Approximate the and is demonstrating that "
because ripen early.
they
besides Rogers,
of fruiting age, nearly every place
acreage vineyards, for
: early grapes are very profitable We have italicized the most strikingof
has vines for home (
few planted use.
in a
Orange county, 252. Chicago St. Louis and
t shipment to his
The first vines were planted here statements.)
Number of acres planted last j
year, Cincinnati.
At another time Mr. Bidwell said :
about nine and vine
58. years ago,
.'has increased Plant-// IN GENERAL. "The advantages Florida possessesover
Number of acres to be planted'this ing steadily every

year (planting season begins about Grapes yield a larger profit The great :number of small plantingsis all other States in point of early

February 15)), 152. j I land they occupy than anything else a good' feature of these reports; it I ripening place us beyond competition;
in this I don't think .shows that the vines are' planted more While the Northern grape-grower' w -
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content with three .to ten cents pe about the flavor of their grapes. 'that I which ate becoming'more and more I C and
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i' Culti llOje r Orchard.Budding1. : .
with. Am.
difficult to contend -
pound, we ,can expect to realize fron animal manures arewli611y; excluded._ .
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twenty to forty. The grape uses considerable phosphatein .
We may add that this prediction, awe : Prices for .
making'its fruit, but the vine roots Cheap Niagara Grapes
may call it, has been more thai run so deeply that it requires a long The writer bought in this city the The right time to bud is (i) when

realized.< <. '. time before phosphate any nat- present' week a five-pound basket of mature or almost mature buds of the .
Fertilizers for Grapes.> urally fertile ,soil is Experiments with commercial fertil, for grapes' should be, dry and deep.If lower than these grapes were ever to ((21) when the bark of the stock peels

zers in, vineyards, continued for four ', not naturally} drit; should : be sell:for at wholesale. What' does the freely; ((3)) when the stock is about
," completing its growth as
years in the Rhine 'distrier J < "
l shown by the conditionof
have given encour-
-
the terminal buds.
;aging' results, showingthat
,. such manures can be a>Ili In preparing sticksof
profitably.substituted forstable JU buds as soon as a scionis
manuresas to effect cut the leaves are to

on .both, quantity and Si be cut off, all but a short

quality, of the fruit, although "' :. piece of the footstalk,
i 'in..general no important ,:. which is left to hold the

advantage over 'S \ I jkA p.t bud by when putting it
stable manure is gained. : ; in place. The leaves

Nevertheless i it may be ", .carry off moisture so fast
comforting to those who that if not removed at

y cannot get for their vines once the buds would be It
all the stable manure they spoiled in a short time.

would like, to,know that Generally the point of

by judicious use of super- the shoot for several
phosphates, potash salts inches, is too immatureand
and'nitrogen compounds, F it should be rejected.
be able to a These sticks of buds-
they may get '. r.
} 1cs
with the 4 i tTl sitY X Yea iY : cions with
same outlay as ?'S f'y r, Lc, only a pieceof
for'stable manure just as .'. L n each footstalk remain

good crops, and often w ing-must be kept very
; -
'better ones. It was observed f ::4 ;' !t i slightly damp-not wet
in "these experi ., s f ri1't'11' -until used. They can

ments that less favorable rF thr be preserved for a weekif
results were obtained with ( "1 necessary by preventing

white than with,colored Kr. S 3-i1i- 'j ., ."_ at .h 11t :itji4 +{y,' Fl evaporation. This is

,rapes. The.explanation Y w t '$ ; done by putting around
is given that white grapes : k je them moss (shpa nunf))

are deeper rooted, and l which is barely damp,
,that the: manure should than wrapping in some -

l have been put in deeper' air tight material (oil silk
to get the same results. is best, but prepared

The best ,manner of applying paper does well) and

the fertilizers was ra a+lt wt 7 1.41,. 3. o tlki k tying closely with sewing
found to be to make withan $eo thread of any kind. In
iron.post-hole bar, nar- ; ; this condition they can

row, oblong excavations be sent many miles, by
.about eighteen inches J" mail or other convey-

deep at, short distances ance, if desired.In .
from the vine, and to '
sprinkle in each hole fouror budding two incisions

,, five ,ounces of the are made just
U-rough the bark, choosing -
manure; four or five such .
excavations: may be made a smooth place oi\the
stock. The upright incision
and
around each vine, ,.
should be inch
they are left open to collect Y 2. an
t the rain for the ( ; k 'Jt 'or so in'length ; the cross

:solution distribution- incision, made at the

of the plant plant, food; upper end' of the: former,
the application is made y, 4 need not be over a thirdas

late in fall or early in k 7 long. Raising the
spring.) A mixture con- bark begins at this upper'
;: 1t
end. It may be done
twining 6 cent. of r
per
soluable phosphoric acid, with the thin end of the

6 per cent. of potash as knife.handle made on
.
sulphate, and 3 per centof \ '- ,, purpose, or 'with the
: of the bud
ammonia round point
nitrogen as
has J ding knife, as is done by
salts or nitrate: given
results for ra many expert budders.
the best : ; f
deeper rooted grapes 1 the .. 4 ,. The important point in
; raising the bark is to
is better
nitrogen applied
,!
in the form of nitrate so > avoid touching the'soft,

that when taken i into .r new wood immediately
underneath. It requiresa
solution it may sink deep,
i steady hand and a
er.-DR. G. C. CALDWELL -
in N. K Tribune. made so by deep drainage Manur grower get? The grapes probablysold careful eye. To touch this immature,
i # ing with ,stable manures may producea for about 20 cents at wholesale.The paste-like. wood-material makes a
Mineral''_Manures for Grape 'Vines. large growth ,of wood, and in fa. baskets cost five cents each. Deduct wound which nature proceeds at onceo

In the vine-growing ,countries of,' vorable circumstances heavy 'grape transportation, commission, pack. ; heal, 'and while the healing processs

Europe, only the trimmings of thegrape crops, but it is not favorable to the ing, etc.., and how do the fancy prices going on the bud inserted dries up
vines are used for manure. health of the vine. Indeed, by making vanish? And this before half the Niagara md dies, instead of growing fast to

:These are burned, and the potash is' too much wood, or causing.the vineyards are in bearing. The he stock, as it should.

'.,.sprinkled IT around among the 'vines.'I vine to overbear, it m predispose= to grapes mentioned were,grown 'at Port The bark being, raised a bud is cut
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So particular are the vine growers I the dreaded disease of mildew'and rot, Byron, N: 'Y.-==Rural New Y rhr. from one of the sticks of bud, the164

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thin, keen,blade of.the knife entering necessity for "working" them, and fore,his eyes he can appreciate and I rotten to the heart This is a: sin:
half an inch below the' footstalk and "worked" plants usually bear fruitearlier understand. The Boston Fruit Com' against nature. The very1 limbs

coming out about..three-fourths of.an than do ordinary seedlings.Am. .-- pany however, have about 12,820 necessary, says a noted horticulturist,
inch,above: it, taking,as thin a slice ,of Agriculturist. acres,of banana land and cultivate the to protect the trunks against the wind
the,, wood as possible... The ,bud .is bananas systematically. The shoots'are and, sun, just where they are needed.'
now to be taken ,by the'.short,piece of Young: FruitTrees.We planted:in long rows, several feet most, are cut away. ,',
the, footstalk;;and inserted the upper have never found a better wayto apart; the land having been prepared But the greatest,injury is the rotting
end of,the incision and pushed,gently judge of the bearing of young fruit by trenching, the plants growing on which nearly always ,takes place
down to the .lower,end, ,finally cutting trees, and to decide whether they are the elevated row between the trenches. especially with trees of slow growth.,'
off any projecting portion at the upper bearing too little or too much, than The:field is kept.weeded, and in about like the oak, pecan, etc. "
end, so as to ,make,a good,fit. to observe the length of the annual twelve months each plant produces a When a big, limb i is sawed off, too
Tying should be done at once, to shoots. The treatment it then to be fine.bunch bananas. The tree is big to heal over,' it must rot; and being "
exclude air and moisture, beginningat given in accordance with the result of then cut down, and the field is once kept moist by the growirg tree it "
the lower end and covering every this examination., If the growth is more ,planted with shoots. Of late is in the right' condition for decay. If '"
part of the incision, but leaving out slow, ,mellow, culture or fertilizers will the Company has undertaken to raise on the body, the rotting goes on until ':::
the footstalk and the point of the be, necessary. If) as generally happens such produce as tomatoes, cucumbers, it reaches the heart. Trees should be ".,'
bud. slow growers bear too much, thin etc., in which they are having considerable pruned and put in shape while young. )
The tying material! may be narrow out ,most or all .the fruit when small, success. There is a bright Trimmed in the early stages of their .yr;,
strips of muslin or' calico, or a few which will,aid.in giving the trees more future,before them in this line, for growth, the wounds will heal, and if.;\):.I
threads of :woolen yarn; or where vigor and what little fruit there is they 'can strike the Boston market properly done they will be health]
much',budding is,to be done prepared will be worth'more than the numerous with tomatoes and cucumbers and and symmetrical in form, needing'no"'GI
linn '(basswood) bark., small and scrubby specimens. Small other vegetables when none are in further work.-New Orleans Time'i.'fii'(
In about a week it can be seen growth and too much small fruit! go receipt:from other sources, and no Democrat. j'i. +'
whether the'bud has taken. If suc- together, and thrifty growth furnishesa other section in the world can com I I 5>
cessful the leafstalk will remain fresh few large ,ones. If the annual pete. 'Thus the market-vegetable .industry Cool House Orchids.I
shoots\ are not over a foot long in :the is'destined to become
a
and green, and on being touched will very The class of plants included in,this*
drop off. If it sticks fast and looks early years of :fruit-trees, more vigor, important one, and no better tomatoes Selection can be in ordinary*
must be given them. Nothing is ,bet- can be anywhere than here on grown any '
shriveled the bud,has failed; but if the grown greenhouse where the* temperature.
bark still. the ter than top-dressing with barn manure the company's estates." '
peels freely operationmay ranges from forty five to sixty degrees.
late in autumn or early in winter.-F. .
be
repeated, choosing a new Rose, violet or carnation houses are .
F. THOMAS, in Country Gentleman., An Orange to be Named..
place on the stock. I. Editor.Farmer snd.Yrult-Urower.: just the places to grow these plants,
The,tying,may be taken elfin about as they can odd corners and .
Boston Fruit Company in Jamaica. I."have mailed you to day two oranges occupy
three weeks, ,after which nothing need places generally unoccupied, and thus
Last spring it was given out as'a -which I wish. to have examined. : '
be done until spring that fruit in handed Mr. not only utilize every space on the .
creat by GeorgeL.
bugbear a company They were me
In the,rule is said to be to
Europe,,
beeches, but those growing on blocks,
and from
Jamaica had ordered twenty million\ Michael of this place, are
take the thin of wood of
piece out
or in baskets can be suspended from the'
buds from Florida and tree in his brother's .
orange \were seedling grove.It
the bud as'soon as, it is cut off but in
; roof and thus greatly ;add to the beauty
into the business of be
: to a summer as
going orange* seems orange,
the United States it is left in
usually of the greenhouse.The .
growing in that island, to our vast he says a,month ago it was not fit to
and it seems. to do just as well and
directions
detriment. The New and it following cultural
time is saved.-Ex. England Grocer ,eat seems not yet luliy ripe.
has been printing a series of letters He, calls attention to the shape, the apply to the cool as well as to the tem,
.
from Jamaica, and we have read them ease: with which the peel comes off perate class, and if carried out good;
Spanish Chestnuts.At diligently for some intimation ,of this and the.lobes separate, and to the internal results will follow, and the plants will, ,
Dosoris, on the north shore. of scheme, but have found not a word. structure of the pulp, resembling produce their handsome flowers which "'
Long Island, is,a tree about fourteen This company are, however, going :that, of a grape fruit, also to its last such ;a long time in perfection. .
' feet high and a dozen years old that extensively into banana culture and peculiar flavor. Orchids are easily grown, if a few
has, last year ripened ,a crop of as truck farming, as the following extract We would like to know,if it belongsto cardinal points are observed. First of
handsome chestnuts as,any one could shows : any recognized variety or whetherit all, all truly epiphytal orchids need ,a
wish to see. It is one of the finer "Soon after crossing the Rio is a new thing, and if so what is its season of rest and a season of growth;j'
large.fruited varieties cultivated ,in Grande we came upon the company'sestates probable value ? Can it rank as a that is, when the plant begins to grow.
Europe, ,whence the tree itself was drove along the edge of a valuable acquisition to our list of which is generally in the spring time
imported, and is budded standard magnificent, field of bananas. The oranges, or'not? but varies in different plants and
high ,on the ,common seedling Spanish estates of the Boston Fruit Company C. P. FOSDICK., species, the supply of water should be
chestnut. Although it has borne a extend, from end to end, perhaps xoo; Glen Ethel Fla. increased, also the temperature; when
fair crop:of chestnuts every year for miles around the winding coast, andat 'ThiS.orange,has a peculiar elongation the pseudo-bulb is nearly full grown
the past. six years, last summer, it.. each estate there is a landing place. at the stem end which gives it the plant should receive its ,maximum
made a special effort and ,yielded a.. where the bananas are brought from something of a pear shape. This amount of heat and moisture. As
bountiful crop. each estate and transported to the would be of value in itself as a dis soon as the growth is completed, the
While I concede that the,American steamers. At intervals there are what tinctive mark. The peel separates plant should gradually receive more .
chestnut is the sweetest. of all chest- are known as buying stations, wherea rather easily, and is not too thick. sun, air and less water, so as to ripenoff
nuts, it would have, but, a poor buyer of the company buys bananas, Mr.,"A. H.,:Manville' pronounced the the pseudo-bulb well and thus in-
chance in our markets,in competitionwith from the natives who raise them: ,on flavor good. There is considerable sure good flowering After the growthhas
.
these big brown beauties from their land, and bring them i in to sell. pulp, though the relative amount of been ripened then only enough
Southern Europe. The tree is an Indeed, it is less expense to buy a this is always seemingly increased water should be given to prevent the
early,bearer, very fruitful, and apparently bunch of bananas than it is to ,raise when, the orange has been touched plant from shriveling. As'soon as the
perfectly hardy )here; but,. true, I one, but the Jamaica black, owing to with frost, as this had been slightly.A buds begin to show, more water shouldbe
i it! is growing in a very favorable situation his natural aversion to what he is!; summer orange also generally carries given to fully develop the flowers.
-a warm, ,sheltered spot on a pleased to regard as overexertion, more pulp' than a winter or mid- After the flowering season is over, the
sout1i-facing slope, and on light land.. needs somebody to set an example season orange. You should put out plant generally begins to show signs of
Spanish chestnut trees are not regarded for him; consequently the Boston some buds of this variety and fruit growth, when it should receive anjt
as being perfectly hardy as far Fruit Company, by going into the extensive ,"them., This,peculiar marking may reappear potting or re-basketing if needed ; if:
north as New York,.. but this is more a cultivation of the banana, has in the progeny and it may not. not, then only a top dressing of sphag<
question of young,trees than old ones. induced ,the natives to "go and do If it is'persistent and the quality remains num moss, and the plant, may be
In some European nurseries special likewise," and hence has been great ; as good as this probably was started into growth.CVPRIPEDIUlI .
varieties of Spanish chestnuts are.cultivated power in establishing prosperity in before it was frosted, it would deservea INSIGNE.-The best
for sale, as we do special sorts this part of the Island of Jamaica. In: name and propagation. The leaf known of all orchids. The flowers are
of apples or.pears, and, all of them are fact, the Jamaicans take more readilyto resembles that of the Tangerine some produced from November to March,!
"worked" on seedling stocks, as 'we cultivating the banana than to what, but is larger.-ED. and last over twelve weeks in perfection *
do in the case,of varieties: of fruit trees doing anything else, for they have '*' on the plant, and three to four'
generally. ,Seedlings 4rom the fine only to plant the shoot, bestow upon SinnlnffAgainst the Trees. weeks when cut. The ,flower has ,a
varieties chestnut trees are no more the growing plant little care and,cut Nothing is more common than to yellowish green color, with ,brown
apt to be identical with their parents the bunch when it is matured; and see. 'mutilated trees in nearly every spots and white border on the upper
than are seedlings of Crawford or then they have ready money by]takingit city and town in the, countrybiglimbs sepal. The stems are long and stout..
Mountain Rose {> aches'likely 'to be to the company. They can ,tee cut off near the body of the There are many varieties of this plant

the ..same as their" parents hence the this, and what a native can ,see be: tree,..left, unprotected, and of course --VicKs Catalogue. .,:*.+\


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MME: Jill T {t1 i\El\. What we must have is a plan to utilize one hundred beautiful lakes, whose "minate; enough will drop, to make a
Mi. the whole crop of cotton stalks. waters are absolutely pure, deep, soft crop the following year. I make, hay
In this field of invention are now and clear, with high banks, affording of ,both cuttings
,> The Cotton,,Plant. quite a number of workers and it Beautiful scenery and delightful sites To'Corporal Murdock I would say,
Editor," .t'a.nnn.and,- .Frnlt-Urower- would be assuming too much, to:bring for houses, which are being made quite braid all the branches above the stump,
- Cotton is well known. King Cot., forward what might prove ,to' be half rapidly by"the"best class'of settlers. bud and all; as soon as all are suffi-
ton: :rules a large space in the, financial i developed plans. Other minor diffi. And not
:: 'why ? For here,if in any ciently grown together cut.the top off
world.I ; Every' possible,thing that canmodify culties appear, but I have stated, the pot''in all fair'' Florida, can the farmer: of all but the bud. Then you see you
the estimate ,of? the coming practical ones. ': and poor grower make his home self- will have,sap from all sides of the tree.
"Crop of Cotton" is .t thoroughly It now appears pretty well estabr:: s st ining. Every; settler has nearly Keep all buds off save the budded
,scanned, and we' have monthly,. fished that King Cotton is not as every; rod of cleared land planted to branch and you will have a strong
weekly and even daily bulletins? pick. valuable as the remaining part'of the tomatoes, which are looking fine and tree.
lag ,up J ,every fact that:has: any bearing lant.. promise a rich harvest. From past LEVI RISINGER.
on.the,.coming output of cotton. SILAS L. LOOMIS. experience we calculate upon a net Sorrento Fla., February g, 189L
Equally; careful do these' bulletins Fernandina,Fla., Feb. 19,1891. profit of from $r.so to $300 per acre. t. H 1
.present, the visible cotton. pee I think that it is estimated that we The Cowpea. ,
"..All; of ,this not only indicates the The Color of Cucumbers. have out in' this'settlement about 800 Editor Farmer and Frult-Orower:
of in. Readers may remember, that we I addressed you not long since on
value cotton finance but its valueto acres to tomatoes and for several
the manufacturer and the consumer gave last year some account of ,the years past Winter Haven; has been able the value of the cowpea as ;4 commercial
manufactured. goods. ;It even goes twen>>,.acre cucumber, field of Mr D.. to; ship more produce (oranges excepted article, and showing as I thought,
'kVy man, of Archer. In .conversationwith incontestably, that it should be Cultivated
farther:than ,this. Various other occupations ) than any other station in South
,New York commission merchant :more extensively and shipped
a
and Florida
: are directly indirectly yet our numbers are few.
who knew'and admired Ir.Vyman's North as we do many other articles 'of
affected by the yearly output of cot- Your correspondent has, one field of
food the North raise. To this
cucumbers, he declared that. '' cannot
40 acres in tomatoes looking all that
ton.Connected.,with the cotton plant are he washed ,them in some chemical could be wished. I farm and am article you appended a little note opposing -
solution to give them their brilliant the shipment of this highly
other. interests .perhaps not as well making lemon and orange groves
Ichown. Taker for instance, the,cot green color. We ,were ,unable to. upon 176 acres, and expect to makethe desirable article. That note some- ;
.t nseed. Cottonseed? oil has become credit this, ,and wrote ,to his son for plantation sustain itself the coming what disconcerted me, as I felt you
known as a very valuable and almost information, receiving the following season, 'as it has the past. I grow were much better known than myself
reply:. and your opinions going forth to the
indispensable article of commerce. It almost every variety of tropical fruits,
world in issue of the DISPATCH
even largely supersedes, olive oil and Editor Farmer and Frult-Orower. such as bananas, pineapples, guavas, every ,
'. l lard as an article:of food. The coarser Your favor of ifth duly received.In etc., etc., and so far have not ,lost a would naturally have more weight ;
grades are invaluable'as' .the: bases of [ reply will say that.my{father simply plant or leaf from the effects of frost than anything a humble individuallike
soaps and for other uses.. producing, washed his cukes in water to remove since I have resided here-five years.I myself could write. On maturer
'these ,articles from the seeds, ;t ill,very the dirt. Nothing whatever ,was used do.not consider muck indispensable, consideration, however, I have come '
l the seed'hulls to keep them The soil has to the conclusion that the same argue
lately have,been_ allowedto green. but use about 150 cords each year-I
rot or have been burned.. Thousands more to do with the color than any- think to great profit. I am not a land ment which would apply against the
of tons have thus been. wasted thing else. I just measured an old agent, nor have we such a commodity shipment of cowpeas would also apply
annually. crate and find the, dimensions to be, in our whole community, yet we take against the shipment of oranges, green
Within a few years, however, these eight inches by thirteen inches by pleasure in showing any who will peas or any other vegetable raised in
'seed,'hulls have been found to containa twenty-two inches. As the crate was favor us with a visit our county, and Florida. i
valuable fibre, and now this raw material well seasoned, it may be a trifle know that any person of sound judg You call, the cowpea "Plebeian."
'is fully utilized and the finest small. Have never had the corners ment (and we desire no others for Grant that it is, yet it is a desirable
grades of paper are made from it. cut off. Some other time I may be :neighbors) can come 'to but one conclusion article of food, not only for the
This output amounts to thousands'of able to give.you,an. article on raising -it's the Eldorado.We plebeian but for the patrician, and in
tons annually.We cukes, as requested. Any informationon have no cotton planters here, South Carolina the renowned "hop
may say, then, that the cotton, the subject that you may wish, I but I have no doubt that its growing ping John" is as popular with the richas
the lint and the seeds are all fully will be pleased to give you if in my might be made very profitable with the poor, and when we cometo
utilized, but this is a 'small part of the power to do so. though tomatoes are equally so and compare the value of this pea as an
plant. A. F. WYMAN. 'more readily marketed. article of food for the cow with rice

'.What of the'cotton'stalk, which, to Archer, Fla, I have found the FARMER AND flour and vegetables we must instantly
: say the least, constitutes seven eighths Cotton and Truck in Polk County.Editor FRUIT,GROWER'of much value as a conclude that the cowpea is undoubtedly
of the plant? Is there a fibre in it of Farmer and Frult-Growen handbook and instructor in all of my the superior. I write this from
any value? Yours of 13th at hand, and in reply, 'undertakings as a farmer, and regret experience, because I have tried both
The fact that the cotton stalk contains regarding the the cotton plant which I 'that we cannot hear more or oftener and know whereof I write. As a milk
.a large quantity of very valuable sent to 'Ocala Exposition, would say from many of our most successful producer I am satisfied it has no
fibre has been fully proven for con- that its dimensions were accurately reported farmers, but suppose they can find equal, and when we have such a valu
siderable time. Various devices have / e. twelve feet i in height and but little time for writing, and in agriculture .able article of food for man and beast,
been planned to extract this fibre eighteen feet spread of branches. It as in other pursuits, the men is,it not selfish in us to hold it when
profitably so far none have become was of very compact growth, for its with the greatest stores of knowledgehave the world ,needs it?
practically effective. weight when dug waS about" 'all that formed the fewest positive conclusions We have an abundance of land
.There are several most insuperable four good strong men could lift. Dur; and when they write they lying waste all over the South, becausewe
difficulties to overcome. ing the month of October 'I estimatedthat confine what they say to reporting have set our hearts on certain
First, from the time the cotton is it had upon:it at one time between progress, recognizing the illimitable, things we have already tried and
picked till frost appears there intervene '3,500 and 4,000 bolls, blooms and beyond. found profitable, so we fertilize highlythe
but a few 'weeks and the crop buds, many of which dropped off on FRED. W. INMAN. land we have in use and devote'
must be handled in that :period. account of the drouth. Its age'would' Winter''Haven, ViaBeggarweed" our energies to''the cultivation of such
Practically then if a plant is, made' to have'been three years ;about this date.It .. things as we have found a market' for
handle the crop it must remain idle a ,was of the Sea Island l 'or long,staple Self-seeding.:: without delving into other mines on
,large. portion of the year. kind. It was not'a monstrosity, sportor &ntor'J'amaer and Fruit-Grower: the waste lands and trying new exped
The second difficulty to overcome is come-by-chance, for I have several T. S., Narcoossee, asks a question ients for making DI on ey. I have
cartage. Take any given territory more nearly as large yet, growing in :I that is hard to. understand. I cannot heard it asked: "What is the differ-. -
and in it make a cotton stalk fibre the same field, some'of which I hopeto see how such a plant as beggar, ence between a pound of lead and a
plant. A very careful _observation be able to show next winter at four 'weed could be plowed under and not pound of feathers?" I ask what is the
discloses the fact that within a radiusof years old. There'haS never ''been a lose the plant. I have experimented.difference made in the cultivation of
four or five miles there is not a suf- time since these plants were large with, this weed for several.! years, and oranges or any other fruit or vegetable?
ficent quantity of cotton stalks"to make enough when they were not laden with !may be I can give some Information A pound is a pound'and a dollar is
the plant pay, and more than this, I bolls, blooms'and buds. i on the subject.: I cut the first crop as a dollar, and if we can make the
when the haul is over five miles the The land upon 'which we can grow :soon as'the seed is formed, that is about latter by the';raising of the cowpea, is
cost,of raw material will consume all such cotton, or make'cotton groves, is 'August 1st. The next crop ,comes not that dollar as good and as bright
the profits. A railroad will not avoid what we call high'pine, and the higher i from the stubble of the first, and will and valuable as one made in other
the difficulty. Tide water rivers may the more fertile with.us: This section :be much thicker than the first, as each ways? We must not despair of succeeding <<
in a very few localities overcome this has an elevation of about '206 feet: I stub 'will put out from three to sixbranches. In 'a venture because we have
.objection. These few exceptions; And within a radius of five miles from:I I cut the last crop as soon never tried it. 'Ventures make mer-
however, are of no consequence. Winter Haven depot we have .over 'as the'seed is"matured sufficient to ger" chants' (and it. may be said break


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them, too),- but, if we never venture with,the land frauds which have 'disgrjaced ; .J
we will certainly succeed in,nothing our fair State in,the,past: :Pro Iaietoi{. Poultry. u.J5 .

and the, shipping of this. "plebeian//i ducing, .everything: we consume; at -: --..,. ........... tJ -- -""'- :' ---- ..-..- -:-
article to the,North :and West :may home, .canning and ,evaporating our Milch Stock:' for Florida: Florida' was the most successful
eventuate in opening up a: trade.second own fruts instead of growing Them for I Editor Farmer and Frolt-Growrn State that was represented at the

to ,almost no other article :of pro,:, the benefit of railroads and commis In the live stock department 'of ,the Charleston show in proportion to

duction. sion' men, is not likely to put ,many ,Ocala ,Exposition. there were cattle number of exhibits; for every bird
We remember i in years agone that wads of greenbacks into the pocketsof representing the Holstein-Friesian,.the shown from Florida won a, prize--
cotton was; .called king. .AYVaU so men, and it seems to Short horn, Devon and Jersey breeds. but then there was only one bird

recognized it ,until statistics proved stir:/Ex11 up ,terrible. While we admired the splendid appearance shown, and that was by Florida's
beyond a doubt that ;hay was king. He says' others have a: want of of the Experiment Station's most enterprising poultry breeder,

Later, however, hay was dethronedand knowledge, and'at the same time showsa animal and the, porterhouse steak in Mr. ,ET W. 'Amsden, of Ormond. '
facts proved that poultry was lamentable, deficiency in the same like others
the short-horn, we could,see no reasonto Mr. Amsden was, many
I kink The world is all the time on article himself, or else.the old instinctsof change the opinion formed six years who go to shows, afraid his stock w snot

the move and it may yet turn out that the commission man are. croppingout ago thatthe\ Jersey and its grades were quite good enough to compete with:
we shall have another king. Gold is again.. Where is the farmer's wife the'cattle'for this climate. the "big" breeders, so he only took
considered the valuable of met- who,cannot better quality of
most put up a While considered one Golden Wyandotte and won
primarily
als silver is far abundant canned fruits than the large factoriesdo as cows for
yet more for butter the Jersey steer will roughit easily on it., He has been looking
and, 'notwithstanding its attempted ? To be 'sure, there is somethingto Florida, and make fine some one with a stuffed club since
demonetization and depreciation, i it is be learned putting up fruits on 3 beef.on A decided pastures improvement in,,the to wax him, for he found he, could" .

in demand with the people, the ple large scale, but even. backwoods- q'uality of beef offered in the Tallahassee have won on nearly every variety he -
beian and :the patrician, and it stand dents may easily learn it with the plain market over that killed a ;few breeds. He will "be there" next''".
the front ,the people's directions with outfits nowa Florida can'Soullttrn (d6.
.boldly to as given can only be traced to the year: and show what :
years ago,
If these do ,
money. things are so, days. Poultry Standard.
infusion of the Jersey.blood, as bulls
not furnish incontrovertible 'arguments His want of knowledge or
they own of the other breeds have succumbedto .
that these valuations are 'else.leads him to really endorse
something
the heat of the summer. While the Japan Rice and .Buckwheat, for.n
made by man and brought about,in: my arguments. He asks whereis Jerseys themselves are to be Poultry. .
the.revolutions of trade?' the in Florida I, he prone
place ( ; suppose attacked as well as the others, they A gulf coast correspondent of the _:..
We,know thatjn this broad country, means) that a canner can make con,, ,
will recover quicker and the percentage -. Southern Live Stock Journal says :
of ours ,there are many millions of tracts for thousands of bushels of tomatoes
introduced
of loss is not so great. "The Japan rice was -
the of which the delivered the 20
cattle, not least are at canneryat and
into these hills four
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celebrated Jerseys the North and, to 25 cents per bushel, and at the same A large cow requires a large the Honduras years ago and

West. They,are noted for their greatmilking'power. time get the help to run a cannery,;; amount of feed; and if she has to is other supplanting varieties for upland cultuie.', ,,I '
for it house wouldbe
search
is for the .Florida a portable
It and ;
possible us freight rates to even ,
increase their and, cities with the necessary to keep'up with her, and have grown it for the last two years, '
not only to materially towns ccjnpete make .. ,
and have never seen grain
canneries? So we have yet to see the planter in this any
capacity as milkers; as well as the Northern and Western ,
the
common herd around us, but to make far as the price of tomatoes is con-, State who puts up enough feed to such.heavy heads. If sown by be
first of March, two good crops can
that milk much better, much richer cerned, nowhere, I hope; so far as the satisfy even the small Jersey. harvested from one seeding. If sown
'much more: valuable. This is not help is concerned, anywhere that I gven here in Florida feed must be of rice be
chimerical, nor is it a feature of a fertile -. have ever visited in the State of Flor provided for the winter months, for by harvested April i, a.,good crop when can the
by August i,
imagination. Imagination sinks, ida it can be gotten cheaper.But there is a time, when the pastures are stubbles will send out new shoots, andif
when actual bare and unless fed from the barn or
into insignificance reality if Ex Commission Man will read crab is allowed to grow with
comes into play.t"By their fruits,ye my article again, he will see that I. do silo, cattle suffer as much as on the it, and grass the second crop-grassland
shall know them," is an aphorism, of not advocate large canneries; all my Western ranges. The latter methodof all-be cut when the rice is in the
Holy Writ, as applicable to-our subject arguments were against them. They. 'storing feed seems to fill a long-felt dough state, a heavy yield of feed
anything we can think of, and are the ones who get the kernel, leav- want, and from unavoidable Causes will be secured which the horses will
we use it here' because we know the-, ing the husk for the grower. It is having been unable? to fill ours.the prefer to anything in the barn. It

value of the cowpea, demonstrated to small canneries we want, owned and past season, we miss it very much. will outyield wheat and command

us by. the best of, all teachers, expert-: operated by- the growers, with a Anyone with land able to grow much better price. After the grain is

encel AMATEUR. $150 outfit.; Thousands. .. of dollars'worth corn and handy with hatchet..and saw threshed out the straw is equal to corn
of* fruit f 'which is shipped 1 1 lor;thesole .t can construct a SIlO. l will be glad fodder for stock feed. The grain

Ohooho Seed. benefit of railroads and commis- to inform anyone where to get the ripens thoroughly, while the straw is
Editor Fanner act 7raltGrowenAnyone
in need of chocho, for seed sion men can be made to pay profit-: best plans embodying the latest ideas. bright and green. Its season of

can obtain them from Mrs. W. T.. able returns to the growers. When Where one has the time to devoteto growth is so short that a single crop

Holland, 306 North Jackson St.., Mobile prices of peaches, tomatoes and",straw it properly, the calf should be in a season can be grown as far northas
Ala. They are about the size of berries get too low to pay-a reasonable raised by hand, and it is not so hardto Kentucky and Missouri."I .
plants, and the whole fruit must profit, the grower, instead of allowing! do so as one may imagine. If the believe that the Japan buck-
egg
planted.: 'They should send at offices them to go to waste, could can them editor is willing, ,I will in another wheat is, if any odds, more valuable
as this is the time for planting, and en and realize a good profit. article describe the method I have than the rice. Five crops of3 it have
close 25 cents to pay for fruit and He begins his article with an argu- pursued so successfully.WM. been grown upon the same land i in a
postage. ELLA V. BOGIE. ment on specialties, but wanders away B. SCHRADER. single season. It is the greatest

Silver Springs Park,Fla. from it, takes a slash at backwoods. Waverly Stock Fain,near Tall hasse, Fla honey plant extant, and keeps the
-- ---. ------ students or those who advocate farming February 16,1891Should bees supplied with nectar from Apriltill
,Poor Farmers and Rich Specialists.: in reality, and winds up with a bit be pleased to have Mr. frost. Its habit of growth being
Editor Farmer and Frult-Growen of,sympathy for the Farmers Alliance.So Schrader's experience.--ED. similar to clovrr, witn leaves midway

I am well aware' that he who advocates far as the merchant and railroadsare ...- between peas and clover in size, it
any measures or industries, whose concerned, their'interests are iden- shades the ground, and if five crops
object is to make the poor man inde, tical with the farmers, and the mer- For the purpose of giving our farmers value of it be turned under in a season, the
pendent of the, money.power is sure to chant who caters tothe wants of aselfsupporting an opportunity of trying the land can be made rich and the bee-
bring down the thunders of a certain community of farmers of tobacco as a crop, Mr. A. E. Steb I gums heavy in a single summer. The

class on hid devoted head. Crank, and fruit growers! stands on safer bins has procured a quantity of Ha- : grain is also very valuable, but if

ignoramus,,.etc, are terms freely ap ground than the.one who depends on vana seed, which he will give awayin for grown for the grain it will impoverishthe
plied to him, and we have now to specialists! for( his business. The, history small lots to any one applying soil. Buckwheat (grainy is the
is kind of Mr.\ Steb-
thank Ex-Commission Man for a new of Kansas proves that. I do not it. This very greatest of all egg foods. Nothing
term, "backwoods students of politi- advocate war on the merchant; but I bins, and those wishing to plant. equals it for laying hens."
and the seed =
call
should soon get
advocate mixed .
cal do most emphatically i
economy. Advocate. ,. .
Well, I accept the term as applied, farming in connection with frurt-growing Mannatee County .. .' FOR DIABETES
and return thanks, to Commission for poor men and men of moderate >- 4 'Use Ho rord'. Acid Phosphate.

Man for the?same. No, reproach is attached means, ; and Florida markets for Flor- For barns Salvation and 011.wounds;; All ,druggists we would Fell recommend it at-. Dr4 E. ,J. WILLIAMSON, St. Louis! ;
to it. There were no backwoods ida fruits is my motto. This I will '
students of political economy connected continue to advocate in spite of all the 25 cent cases have come under our nonc- Mo., says: "1'have' tested its qualitiesin
Many
with the Credit Mobilier swindle, with arguments of wealthy specialists commission where a *ln le bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough cases of diabetes, with marked beneficial I
the DeGolycr pavement job, with men or ex-cornmission men. Syrup relieved a sufferer from a seAere cough, results, and am well pleasedwilh the-

'army contract swindles, with the I B. SUTTON.Candler .' ,which had been treated 2Sc. for months by competent remedial, qualities of the.preparatio4.'l t :

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FLORIDA I SKPATCH we will catch a few in a cast net, as we the eternal value of dollars and cent We shall at another time take occas-

lJl(1.GROWR easily can, and tie their legs togetherso in her sandy pine forest (a large per- ion to treat of the possibilities of the

V RMRY R rARMIRiAIUANCt... that they may get one, when they} centage of it) as there is in the aver- flatwoods and the thin sands at greater
k.ri.uua .r shoot, and not leave so many crippledones'that age ,soil of other States. In North length than is practicable here. The

can never return 'North to Florida, cotton cane tobacco oats
agricultural problem of the sandy uplands -
FEBRU YRY 2', 189L rear young for the true, gentleman and even hay are money crops which is the' one great problem of

,' sportsman-one that gets tired when .are as certain and safe a foundation Florida.
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.. ....*STEPHEN'. POWERS, .. Editor. he hunts, and enjoys it and the meal lor'- innving agricultural- communitiesas _

.. ,.. P. O. Address, awtey, Fla. he has earned an appetite for. the crops of any State in the Union. Markets for Florida Produce

'. ,(, : 'Ve'clip..the above from the ,Indian True, the thinness of the soil will always -

A ,' Publications Received. River News, and if it is a true recital require a larger acreage to the REPORT BY FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
: .Ellwanger & Barry's Catalogueof: RosesRochester farm and a more careful husbandry of
it is JACKSONVILLE Feb. 23, 1l.
none too severe- During a recent
N. Y. The alphabetical list covers manure than in regions where the soil The last Bulletin' Issued was dated February
three pages and Includes! 230 distinct varieties. trip the river noticed
on
we hundredsof
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is richer. 16 he I
: But on this same thin soila Bulletin due on 19th Inst. was not !
wild ducks'quietly riding out the skillful Issu 'd fur the reason that there was absolutely -
Pamphlet of the World's Fair and International grower, by pursuing an an- .

Exposition at Chicago; Department of storm in long lines just off the town of; tensive system with pears, peaches, We must nothing now new acknowledge to re pert that the rapid

Publicity and Promotion. Titusville, and were told that they were grapes or melons for early shipment, Improvement looked for ten days ago has yet
Cornell University (Ithaca. NY ) Expert
can realize larger profits from ten acres to materialize. Strictly fancy to good fruit
- ment Station. Third ,Aunuat'Report; also protected by a city ordinance. We'can
Bulletins 13 and 14. than the average farmer in the North are the only (Trades that have moved upwardto
hardly believe that so, gallant a sailoras any extent, but the of these
Heed Catalogue of D. M. Ferry and Co., De- can from a hundred on soil which is been percentage _
troit, Mich. The leading and best known Captain Bravo :would permit such an naturally much richer.In grades Recent have sales quite small.
have shown
seed house of the We.tern Sates, as Gregory Central and South Central Flor- a marked advance,
outrage as above recorded. but prices are not what
.is of the East.Americas ,., : yet we hoped to see at
Manual, a pamphlet describing p.- ida,the orange? is the great money' crop thlfl time. The Quality- nf the frail... howey.r.' -.
the Williams A Clark fertilizers Auga-ta, and of its several enemies none are Is mainly responsible' for this, and It must be
Oa. Comes up to the Bets. worth serious consideration except the acknowleJged that a large proportion of the

': PSI Last summer the Florida Fruit Exchange frost. This will always be a terror to crop of 18X and '91 has been below the avenge
Tuesday the Home Market auctioneer so far as quallt7',8f1.Recelpls .
in the face of the March frost, the 'careless grower, and will have a at all *nts are reported light and ,
in Jacksonville made 128 separates healthful tendency to suppress that un the demand Is :dry active for good sound

ies of oranges in about two hours, estimated the orange crop at two desirable class of men. But even if fruit. Many bikers at our sales are eager to

or about one a minute. million boxes. Some good friends, the grower had to cut every orange be. pay Quotations from $J.cO 4 for fancy fruit of good: sizes
to,latest
accprdlng telegraphic
fore December 15 and ship them Northto
as well as unfriendly critics, took the advices, range about as follows: Fancy, 178 to
be held in
The popularity as well as the natural cold storage for 200,$$150(3( ; choice brights,17 to200$2.75@.25;
genuine officers to task for their wild, bullish three months, he would still be able to choice russell' 176 to 200, f2.60$3; :ordinary
merit the
of
sulphur solution in- make from brights and russets,$2.25 2 60
but the greater profit ten acres $ ; largo sizes,99
latter
secticide for the rust mite and the orange guesses, made no reply, than the average Northern farmer does to 150,SI 253.1 25Tangerines$3.50a6; ( ; MandarIns

scale are shown by the new ad. merely saying in private conversation, from a hundred. Where a single grove :@5. ,2.504; Navels,$2.50j- <;grape fruit,$2.50

vertisement of McMaster & Miller, "when we state a thing, and a man comprises 50 or _100 _acres the_ fruit

(see inside of Its effect- could not be stripped on so quickly,
page cover) understands it do not
we
state it and the owners of groves of this size HOME MARKET REPORT.
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iveness is attested by Mr. H. B. Stev- again. In August, when all the fruit must run the same risks which all own- JACKSONVILLE, Feb. 23,189!.

ens, the well-known manager of the ers of very large agricultural properties While the orange market throughout the
Bishop & Hoyt grove, who uses' it in was in sight, we sent a circular to the incur the world over-no more. Thereare country remains flrm and prices have an upward *

preference to the kerosene emulsion. most intelligent growers in all the .plenty of men willing to take these not advancing tendency In desirable stock, they are
: as rapidly as we would like to
counties risks, and they are no greater after all see at this the
asking for their estimates on season- poor quality of; the fruit
We find on our table Vol.: 1, No. i, than they ,are on the great staples of generally and the undue portion of large ftlzes
the basis of last year's crop o( 2, I5o-, all other sections. baa prevented the strong upward movement
of'the Southern Poultry Standard, edited usual at this time.
000 boxes. From their replies This risk decreases as we go South, The Improvement of the
by C. J. Ward and Geo. Ewald we though: in very irregular fashion. In past days,has stimulated the active move-

and published by the DaCosta Publish- figured out a crop of 1,650,000 boxes. South Florida there are many places and ment sent of fruit to market.which Is'We being deem rapidly word gathered of caution -

ing House, Jacksonville, Fla. The But the June bloom was deceptive, where the lemon and the pineapple are la order Tberels no longer danger of a

mechanical execution is as safe a staple as wheat in Illinois or gut'; but fruit will bring better prices lateron
fine it
and the
very ; remaining on trees
oranges
cotton in Georgia.In ; shippers should take advantage of this.
contains a number of pages of advertisements that lost some from the frost grew, hammock and first-class pine Where the fruit must be gathered,good pricescan
and now be obtained for It in Home Market;
some- -good communications uncommonly large. The' Exchange and vegetables are everywhere a but where It !.keeping well and Jaoldln Its
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on special topics. Altogether it paying crop-take the average of the Juices,from 5 c.to fl.00 per,box can be made-
is a very creditable magazine. Mr. officers now claim a crop as heavy as years-in the hands of strong, clear. letting It hang well into next month.
sighted We believe the time About 3,000 boxes were so d yesterday In 128
men. is
Ward that of last if not heavier. Be-
was formerly the editor of the year
lines
hand when separate AM will be Hen by a comparison
near at early will l
American Poultry Journal. *" tween 6,000 and "7,000 boxes a day number grapes of prices below with Northern quotations
a large of and
support people
,
the Home Market still ho'ds! Its own as the
-.ram. are now passing through Jacksonville, guava; products a still larger number. best market In the country.
By common consent, the citizens of Df pears and peaches in this section its Fancies brought $25363, but few offered;
Georgiana have refrained from replen- and in the last few days the Exchange still premature to write. bright> :, In 150 to 250 counts,'tan from II.89t

ishing their larders with the ducks claims'to have handled sixty per cent.' But there still remains a vast bodyof 2 45; mixed sizes, $!.73<($210; off sizes and
along the shore a mile or two north course fruit, $1,451.85( ; russets, same as
sandy pine lands the bulk of the
or'south. of this fruit.Taking1 brights;Tangerines, j@3 65; Mandarins,$2.60
As a consequence they have1become State, which are a problem to the student g3; Navels large and bright, $2X093 grapefruit
very tame and unsuspecting of economics. On these there $2.t OJ3( ; lemons, small,smooth,bright*
of harm. Every true sportsman would the Measure of Florida. will always be found enterprising men $2.2.5@2.50.

recognize this state of affairs at a It is a hard task to acclimate the who will dare the frost and conquer Drops, calls and light stock not quoted..

glance. Some parties, however, of Anglo-Saxon race in Florida. Thereis the drouth with irrigation, and raise vegetables Don't forget this,that the Home Market handle. .

whom the best that can be said of themis in its blood the strong energy which oranges. They will gridiron their season. "

that the fathers of some,of them are I is the outgrowth of thousands of years groves with windbreaks of hardy trees;

positively known to be gentlemen, spent ip grappling with the rigors of a they will fertilize: with chemicals or REPORT BY G. S. PALMER.

have found a sickly, saffron-skinned sub arctic climate. Coming to the with compost, and produce the finest NEW YORK, Feb. 21,1891.

sport in. resting their guns'on the gunwales soft, lazy climate of the sub-tropics, shipping fruit of Florida despite all Total receipts of oranges for the week
of the little steamer launch finds 35,032 boxes A great deal.. of the fruit arrivIng -
or our race things going too slow. obstacles and make it
pay.
Is coane..and large, but there is
and pouring broadside after broadsideat But things go about right in ,Florida, In the light of a life-long farm experience demand for choice fruit. Indian River a fancy good

the unsuspecting birds, the captains after all, and our restless people must we regard this as the natural veiling 4.50@5.00; choice brights, 176s and

running their boats into the very door get used to this pace. stock region of Florida, especially for 200s,$X75<(3335; brights, straight lines,$12X3fcfiO

yards to enable the gallant sportsmen In coming down here most people cattle,. swine and poultry. The capacity ; russeU476i and 2O', $2. 032.75; straight
a dead shot. These the blizzard. lines,$2 0032.25;Tangerines, '5. 7.00; Man-
bought
toescape But of the
of
even these
have poorest darines, $.1035.00 fruit,
people ; grape $1.0096.00( per
lived among Indian River the wind of Dakota we shall have always sands for the production of root crops, bbl.;strawberries. light supply and, poor

long enough to notice things and with us; we can not flee from it as sweet potatoes and cassava, is something quality, selling 60@73ca quart some fancy
should know better. If it is truly necessary and we must face it. remarkable; it is one of the most marks bringing f L501 1 175 a quart.

for the good of these'men's souls Florida has no need to blink or hopeful features of this otherwise disheartening VEGJl'ABLE--Tbe: market Is very activeon -
that they should shoot at these ducks, balk the truth; there is as much of region. beans and eggplant,tye former selling'/ at
$$240@.0, latter at NIt per bbl.; :beets,'
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tt.009l.26); lettuce, choice, 12@4 00 per bbL; heated hardly salable. Fancy would bring a Sea lilandt-The market was dull and en-: the above answer. Some reader may

'tomatoes,$75c9&00 per tra. crate; cabbage, good round price.Homegrown tirely nominal In the absence of'business. say, "But this is theory." About 1870;
dull,selling|1 0931 50; cucumbers and preen leaf Lettuce In good demand Lest s les were on the basis of quotations: ;
when old orchard "at its
own was
peas wantrd,but few arriving. and selling at 2535o per dozen for fair to Choice m m nal, 19, extra fine, 17M. fine, my
-- choice. '6J @163.med um fine J5} $'6. good med- best estate," I had an opportunity to

Southern curly Lettuce,if fresh and choice ium. '5 medium. 14K. common Georgia and make a fair test and under the most
REPORT BY REDFIELD & SON.
salable at 4050o per dozen., Flo rid as, 133414QUESTIONS<< favorable circumstances, which I did,
PHiifcA.Di.PHTA,Feb.18,1891. NEW CABBAGE-Is not selling. It Is obtainable follows
There is a marked change In 'our market There is demand. as :
at 2.00 a'crate. mo
11. @
the pact few da1'lln Florida oranges, bpthas Old cabbage is preferred. Some new in bad AND. REPLIES. At the close of winter the ground
to demand and prices, as most of the old order utterly unsalable. was bare and frozen very deeply. Then

.stock. med up and receipts light. There is Tox .Tofs-Callfornla are about out of the came a fall of heavy, damp snow to

ready sale fur all fresh arrivals at fall prices market. This is helping the sale of Florida All reasonable questions,coming from a subscri.:' the depth of about eight inches. With!
and we advise. our shippers to keep them and ,Key West stock somewhat. Those in ber,will be answered as promptly as possible and
coming regularly from now on. We quote 10-lb boxes at I1.000L25 for choiceto without charge addressed to the editor at Lawtey. a scoop I made a great mound of snow
quotable
Replies can not be given by:malL covering about the of branchesof
today as follows, for sound stock: fine, but some common can be had for expanse
Fancy gilt edge Indian rivers and other less two Tallman Sweet apple trees. I

selections, 176 to 209,per boxf3<0&4 50; choice STRAWBERRIES-Something like 45 quarts 56. ARTICLES ON FERTILIZERS.D. tramped the snow hard as I piled it

selected brigbts; 17ff to 200, per, box', '3.25@ of Strawberries were received from Florida N. Starr, Clearwater Harbor Fla. around. Fortunately for experi-
8.75; choice selected brigbts, 146 to 160, per box, to-day. They arrived In pretty good order and It Mr. D. W- Adams, Tangerine, Fla., my cold
the weather turned'
I2.75&00;choice selected brlghts. 123 to 123, met with fair sale going usually at 91.50 per can tell you in what:year these, articles ment, quite
per bex, ; ((l2.&J; choice selected brights,'06 to quart. A favorable feature was the fact of were published, we will try to look them and my snowbanks were convertedinto
112 box 176 to for mounds of Tee. 'Then before the
per ,50JL75; choice russets, the'berries being ripe. up you.

200),per box f2.75fl3.25; choice, russets, 146 to 57. WILD RICE (Zizania aquatica)'.

150$2.4032.6e; choice russets, 126 to 128, 12 H., von Lutticbau, Earleton, Fla. This covered
235; choice russets,96 to 112,fl.5031.75( ;Tangerines REPORT BY P. M. KIELY & CO.
: is an annual'which sows itself in the fall, to its thawing.I .
,choice to fancyt5Q7.09t Mandarines, ST. Louis Feb. 23d. i about the middle of September lies dor- manure prevent
choice to fancy, $ $&.00; grape fruit, choiceto Oranges are moving freely at slightly 'improved mant all winter, in spring commences to felt very sure that I had put back
fancy |2 for sound trolL We the' of those trees at least ten
5038.00. prices, |2.00@3.25 sprout as soon as the water gets warm, blooming
Borne Florida cabbage arriving,and selling are,.however, liable to have the California reaching the surface during the first half days; but I was disappointed. The

at$25O) per bbl.; beets at l@L50 per box; orange come in any day now, as the prices of June. It grows very rapidly in one ice mounds disappeared long before

choice egg plants, at fS t1.OO per bbl.; peas ruling here will draw them in now and here to four feet ot water ripens late in Au- the bud and blos-
at
trees began to
at 9294,OJ per box; young tender string beans after. The first strawberries of the season gust or early ia September. It shouldbe ,
at$405.W)per'crate; old and tough not wanted came here from Florida on the 20th. Toe planted in the fall, before ice forms. soming time I could see no difference

atlUSO iOO; tomatoes Key West, per peck market for good bvrrles is75c per quart. broadcast, from a boat in two 0: three between those and two other trees of

boxes,at 60o@9l.10( ;Florida tomatoes,if choice o Green peas first arrivals from Florida, feet of water, having a mud bottom. It the same variety that stood twenty et'

and ripe,I&.305u0 per crate; strawberries if also reached here ;yesterday and find buyersat has been successfully planted through the from them.-J. WRAGG, in Prairie
in good order and ripe, at 'fL25gl. per 9L25 peru bu box The%,or 3 peck boxes, ice in winter and in spring, but it succeeds -
quart. at a similar rate. So much cabbage coming best when planted in the fall. As Farmer.

r here from: New Orleans, Mobile and oth r an attraction for wild fowl it cannot be I',

points in addition to the imported(Denmark) equaled. In large ponds and lakes it '
REPORT BY M. GEORGE CO.. article, together with the local crop, that I purifies 'the water, affords a refuge for Wild Rice. ,

CHICAGO, Feb.21. prices are low,and would not pay ,;your people the small fry from the large fish, as wellas There are many marshes, low lands

,OBAVOES-Five carloads were sold at auction to ship here at present. furnishing the small fry plenty of food and shallow ponds that have mud bot,

;yesterday.)". They ranged at 1.59&8.10( per Strawberries, the first of the season, were from the animalcule upon its stalks; for toms in Florida. Has any ,one triedto
box,according to quality or condition.. Car received Friday,20th,by P. M. Kiely & Co. planting in fish ponds it is especially de-
sirable.. It also does well along the shores make them produce anything except
lots, good sound fruit, unassorted sizes,are and were from Florida. The fruit was soft
quoted at I2JJOJ2.75. There is a fair trade.. and over-rIpe-an unusual condition for first of marshes, and makes a good hay. In muck and alligators? Perhaps the Zi-

Assorted sizes briag a premium. Mexican receipts. the South' two crops can be cut, and all zania aquatica-wild rice, Indian:riceor
cattle fond of it. Write to D.
oranges sell moderately,and the best foreignare MISCELLANEOUS NEW YORK MARKETS are very water oats would grow in them. If
M. Ferry & Co., ,Detroit ,Mich. Please
in moderate request, but Callfornias' as The Commercial Enquirer of February 19, mention this paper. so it, would furnish unlimited forage,

yet are rather slow. gives the following: for horses and cattle. Where it ha
Florida to Florida 58. JAPAN CLOVER. J., C. Hill
1769900 box S39&25( ; ,
GUAVA Benedict. ,For this and buck been tried it is a sure crop, and it is
15) to box, |2.753.00; Florida, 128 to box. JELLY. Japan
|&5@2J3Q; Florida 96 to box, 12.Z@2.50'Fior "'GLASS.1b J 2 doz., per dozen,|I'11. wheat, apply to H. G. Hastings & Co., said no plant yields more abundantly,

ida,21609b0 to box, .|2 7533.00.; WOOD BOXES (La Constancla, Habana- Interlachen, Fla. surely and continually, and none is

Florid Tangerines scarce,-firm, H cases, J 3s, round boxes, per dozen,90c() ; K 8,do., per 59. DARK COTTONSEED MEAL. I. more easily planted. It is also a great

;033.75 dozen, 91 Co; Is, square boxes, 93 15 would be very thankful if you answer i if attraction for water fowl?, wild ducks
Florida grape fruit scarce and salable at!3Q PRESERVES.New bright or.dark.cottonseed meal is to be
especially. It can be sown broadcastover
3.2 per box.Valencia.' preferred on young orange trees. PeopleI
style glass Jars. Equal to any brandon marsh land the shore
from
,cases,are selling at 11.5095( ; common -' have asked contradict ,one another. or
the market.-Citron,1 lb. $3 65 apricots,
;
less; extra large cases, J63J8.6I. Some say dark is best, others say the from a boat. It will grow in from one
1 ft, U 00, 3 ft, 911 50; pears, 1 ft, $3 65, 3 ft .
Messina, boxes, choice desirable' sizes, dark has too much oil and keeps the soilso to eight feet of water having mud bot
1 ft $1 3 ft,911 50.
911; pineapples, ,
quotable at f&26&2.50 per box; less desirable greasy, it would.let no water through,
stock at$1721. ORANGE MARMALADE. etc. Would like to know your opinion tom.Fall

California Mountain fruit, sold\ at 12.25@ GORDON &. DILWORTII.eal.J ., pails, per on this. CHARLES VON DUISBURG, Pa- is the time for sowing, but,

2.75 per box, and Riverside jat 12.75, .oo. dozen,91025;quarts screw top Jars,95 50;pints latka, Fla. doubtless, for this section any time in

Navel oranges sell at $4J4.50 per box. screw top Jars,93 10;M pints, screw top jars, If :you use cottonseed meal at all, the early winter will do.-Coast Gazette.Pineapple .

Mexicans, good to choice $2.753325: per $I 95; 1 ft, earthen pots, 2 doz., per dozen, dark is the better of the two because it t e. -- ) '

box. '2 10. contains a higher percentage of potash !Snow.
In filling orders,fine selected fruit sells for KEILLER'S DUNDEE MARH LA.DE.-l Ib, than the bright. The objection you men-

better than above pi Ices. white pots, case 4 doz,$1; 5 case Uts,2H per tion is purely fanciful, for the oil is all With those who find difficulty in obtaining -

PIKKAPPXJCS-Sell slowly. Supply fair. cent. discount. expressed from the meal. sweet cream, perhaps the pine-

a They are quotable at S3234K) per dozen- depending COTTONSEED OIL.L. 60. PHOSPHATE SHIPMENTS.Isaac apple snow will be more popular :

on quality. .Verona,quarts, 1 dozen, per case, 92 85; Whitaker statistics Homeland, Fla. Phos- One-half box of gelatine, whites of
difficultto
phate are exceedingly
L. Verona, pints, 2 dozen, 92 45; %pints,2 secure. The State has as yet no machinery three eggs, one. cupful of cold water,

NEW VEGETABLES. dozen,91 40; Loubon, quart, 1 dozers/$2 00; 'for their collection, and the railroads ]- one cupful of boiling water, the juiceof

BEKMUDA 0 io s-Rule quiet and steady; Lonbon pints,2dozen, 92 23;Lonbon,} pints, (do not care to give out the amountof two lemons, one cupful of sugar,
2 dozen,91 23; in barrels, per gallon,65c; less
supply fair. Quotable at 92M&SM per box their shipments at present. The one can of sliced pineapple. Preparethe
than barrel, per gallon,6Cc; cans charged as
movement of phosphate has not increased
for common to good. follows,: 1 gallon,20c; 2 gallons,25c;5 gallons no rapidly as sanguine friends had hoped fruit exactly as in the foregoing
BXRXUDA POTATOES-Are quoted quiet. ;
and aside to cool. Soak
250. the work ball immense recipe set
Sales slow at$89.00.CAuurLowxROnly( was new; an
a small quantity on SAVANNAH COTTON MARKET. amount of pitting and testing had to be the gelatine in cold water, add the

sale. It is quotable at 12.00 per dozen for fair OFFICE MORN lO' NEWS, \ done, sample cargoes had to be sent to boiling water, sugar, and juice of the

up to 9&5034.00<< for fancy large. SAVANNAH f GA.,Feb..24,1891./ Europe to be tested as a basis of purchase. lemons, reserving the grated rind for

CUCUMBERS...Are quiet at $1.5032,00 per COTTON-The market was very quiet Machinery had to be tried, remodeled and the custard, which is to be served with
fancy salable steady. There was a slow inquiry buta tried. again. But we may say in general
dozen for only fair to good. Very though ; the Strain the but
snow. jelly not
that last the ,
at numerous companies are
for more, but none of account offered, moderate business was accomplished., The
stock being mainly ordinary. Poor small j j"aubb1aa" total sales for the day were 784 bates. On getting their machinery and appliancesin over the pineapple as in the previous
call at 10 the good shape, and the phosphate movement recipe. Beat the whites of
have no regular value and are not 'Change at the opening a. m, eggs
wanted. market was reported steady and, unchanged, is now having. a healthy growth. until very stiff, and when the jelly has

GREEK OWIOKS-Southern in U bo. boxes with sales of 71 bales. At the second call I,at 1 begun to set. add them to the jell' and

quotable at TCoStLOO according to,quality. p. m..it was steady, the sales being 378 bales. Will Mulching Delay Blossoming? beat together until light and foamy
Bushel boxes quotable at n.60(15.50 according At the third and last call at 4 p. m., it
As a practical horticulturist I have throughout. Dip a mould in cold
and with further
closed unchanged
to the stock,though some ,coarse large On-i steady
Iou were offered at 12.00 and slow at that. sales of 8)5 bales. The following are the been asked hundreds of times, by farmers water and arrange the snow with the

GREEK PEAS: -California incases of,about official spot quotations of the Cotton Exchanges and fruit growers, if a heavy mulch pineapple in alternate layers until the

3S bu.selling slowly at 94JO. would not so retard blossoming as to mould is filled, using the snow bothat

LETTUCE-No fine head Lettuce 'coming ,Good middling, 9& middling, 87-16: low make the crop reasonably secure from top and base of the mould. Set on
not headedaa4dull middling,713-16, good ordinary 8-16,ordinary I
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leaves
from the South; it is mostly
frost? And I have invariably given ice to harden. ,
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j i a an excellent article for commerce, being I, Viola haate-ta in diameter. This cactus is said to be
nd. Lawn of superior quality to that sold in
There are several species amongour one of the-curiosities of the 'United

-- ...-... -- -....- stores at 50 to 60 cents per pound." American violets which are rarelyseen States, being the largest of its kind
Massing in Floriculture. Believing the following to be the in gardens, although they possess known.-From Mrs. T. B. Shepherfs

only variety worth propagating, we 'much charm and beauty as garden- Catalogue, Ventura, CaL
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: ,
grow no other: plants. Our common Northern Viola t

There is a good suggestion in your LYMAN CITRON.This citron is an cucuUata, Viola pedata, the Birds-foot ,Water Bouquets. :, ,
of February i2th in to importation of General Sanford's and ,violet the f.
paper regard charming little yellow- Procure a glass shade or'globe, and
"Chinese, Hibiscus" and French Ole- has been introduced to the fruit grows flowered Violapubescens, and the white- a glass dish on which the shade will

anders.* ers of Florida by the Rev. Lyman flowered Viola Canadensis. one of the stand evenly. A stand on a short
( Phelps, of Sanford. This is undoubt- best plants which be in
can grown a pedestal so as to lift the ornamentsomewhat
:.: of the be-
They are worthy ,praise
the citron
of
edly true The
commerce. rock garden sheltered by overhanging up from the table is best.
stowed on their beauty and ever blooming rind is sweet and edible, lacking the trees, are all excellent subjects to na- Then proceed to arrange the flowers

i qualities; and should be plantedin rank, bitter flavor of the old Florida turalize in the garden. Equally attractive and foliage m boquet form, the stems

.1 large numbers to secure the best ef- varieties. In habit of growth and foliage although much less wel being shortened and tied securely to

fects. it is distinct, being of drooping known, is the Halbert-leaf violet something heavy, which will serve to
: habit, with .small oblong; serrate ( V.;' hastatd which
Floriculturists often the ), grows very locally keepfthe flowers erect, yet fixed to the
neglect sug- leaves,of a rich, dark green, having a in Northern Ohio, and is found in the stand. Next get a large bath or tub,
- gestions that"naturegiV s in Florida, tinge of wine color on the new growth. forests of the Alleghany Mountainsfrom fill it full of clear water, and high

that of massing. One has only to Will undoubtedly prove of great value. Pennsylvania to the northern enough to not only fully immerse the,

study the landscape during the differ- MISCELLANEOUS ORANGES. borders of Florida. It is a yellow- flowers, but,, to cover the shade when

ent seasons to see how that plan has PHILLIPS'BITTER SWEET.-A hybrid flowered, slender, nearly glabrous>> placed over, the bouquet.

been followed with the wild flowers of the wild and sweet orange. The species distinguished by its halbert. Place the dish or stand at the bottom -

so munificently bestowed this, fruit is large, thin skinned; juice shaped stem leaves, which in one re- of the tub, put the flowers into it,'
State. upon slightly bitter and aromatic. Tree a markable Southern form are three. in erect form, then take the shade< and
lnhPrl or even trifoliate_ Ivar.ilJniIrA.. lav it sidewavs in the wetter the bottom .
In the winter the strong bears early, and is -- -- ---------------1'----/- -
tops of huge live grower; veryprolific This pretty '
will
plant doubtless thrivein the of the dish
oaks and other: hammock trees are ; thornless. Fruit retains its cultivation edge touching edge
juice nearly all and is under the conditions or stand on which the flowers are
ablaze with the golden trumpets of the summer, very
which
are favorable to the growtn of placed. The shade must then be
while refreshing on a hot day.
jessamine bush has
yellow every Viola pubtsuns, to which, botanically and
gradually carefully brought
MYRTLE-LEAVED. very
its special vine in bloom. The spring highly orna ,
it is
very closely related.-Garden and the flowers that air is
over
is gay with countless flowers, and mental dwarf tree, with very small so no re-
roods of fairy lilies charm the eye with leaves of'a dark, glossy'green; bears a Forest., < retained. It is important that this act
medium sized flattened fruit similarin should be performed quite beneath the ,
their white purity. Summer drapesthe Cereus triangularis is a most inter- ,
flavor to the wild bitter water, as if air bubbles are admitted
borders of lakes and rivers with sweet. esting variety of perpetual blooming ,
moon, flowers, cnnums and pontederia SOUR SEVILLE.-Imported from the Cyclamen family Grown without the attempt must be repeated until the

innumerable, while} the Catesby lily Mediterranean. Fruit small, thickskinned support it rambles over the ground; experiment is successful. Small bouquets

opens' its gay petals through the broad and very juicy. This orangeis planted near a house it becomes ambi- and flowers of but two or three
used in making the famous Dundee tious. pleasing colors are best. Novices may
extent of flatwoods during the early My largest specimen of this
autumn, followed by hosts of composite Marmalade, large quantities of them cactus is eight years old The first well try their hands first with.a tiny

flowers, acres of purple and acres being sent to Scotland for that purpose. !four years it contented itself clamber- bouquet beneath a glass tumbler, and

of yellow, making gay the pine lands, VARIEGATED.-Foliage beautifully ing on the ground and about the lower on a small plate. Such bouquets are

followed by other acres of white ager- striped and blotched creamy white; part of the veranda. Four years agoit all appropriate flower shows.subjects for exhibition, at

atums and the porcelain blue of wild very- 'ornamental., started to climb, and now has -Popular Gardening

salvias later on. SHADDOCK (Citrus decumana)). reached the roof of the second storyof

'Whenever man has failed to cultivate FORBIDDEN FRuIT.-We give Reas, the house, 35 feet from the ground.. LORIDA NEWSPAPERS FREE
the soil these hosts of wild flow. It has sent out innumerable triangular F
oner Bros. description of it "This great We will send you the"South Florida Home"
ers spring in their season in the affluent : branches in direction six weeks on trial for 10 cents and Insert your
up every ,
tree was introduced from South Africa name In our"Mailing List"free of charge,which
profusion peculiar to the Land, by Col. Church of Orlando. Its attaching itself by long, white roots, will bring you hundreds of sample copies of FlorIda
of Flowers." which loosen the branches become newspapers,'maps,circulars,etc.;,and if you
habit of growth is distinct from as want to visit or locate in Florida,you can very
An excellent example the advant I any strong and hang like a grey fringe all easily decide where to go and how,to get there,
other Citrus we have seen. The ,new and- ou will be p'eased with the small Invest-
age of massing plants is to be seen in growth is slightly with red over the plant. It reaches across the ment of 10 cts. Stamps' taken. Address 50UTH--
this city, many of whose inhabitantshave in the lemon. The tinged extraordinary, as window on the upper and lower veran- *LORIDA HOME,St. Petersburg,Fla. _

planted large quantities of chrysanthemums das, twists itself under the ceiling for .
quality claimed for this fruit' is that
dahlias and salvia several yards winds about the '
splen- even in the hottest weather 'the pulp railingand ROOFING.GUMELASTIC
dens, which make a glorious show during has thrown one bunch out ten or ,, .
is very cold, almost as if it had been
their fifteen feet which ina ROOFING FELT cost
season of bloom. They are hangs pendulous
ice.
It has
kept on not fruited in
yet mly?2.00 100 feet. )Makes '
justly proud of their attractive grounds, white Lamarque rose near it. The per square a good
Florida.
roof for years,and auk one can put it on. Bend
with flowers their shaded flowers at m. and close at
gay densely open 5 p. ,
for
tamp sample and full particulars
streets and Bermuda grass lawns. KUMQUAT (Citrus Japonica)). 10 a. m., they measure twelve inches GUM ELASTIC ROOFING Co., '

MRS. JENNIE S. PERKINS. A native of Japan, where it is in across, are double, creamy white, out- 89 4 41 West Broadway,New York

871 Mulberry 8t':, Macon,Ga.Minor very general cultivation. Tree dwarf, side petals yellow, the stems two inches I.ncal Agent Wanted.
p. i growing from six to eight feet in .L..

,: Citrus. height; foliage resembling the Man ESS

CITRON (Citrus mtdica cedra).-As dann somewhat, and like most of the pA1M Al

there are comparatively' people Citrus trees from Japan, is very ICBA IUso

who understand how, i it is prepared for hardy. The fruit is small, from i to

market, we give the followingdirections i 34 inches .diameter ; the rind is .
from Miss Helen Harcourt's sweet and pulp acid. The Chinese

"Florida Fruits:" "Pick the fruit preserve it in sugar, making an excellent l- '
sweetmeat. Of varieties have ENO pl LLSWQhj
when it we
green, just as comes to matur-
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ity; cut into four or six pieces; soak in the oval and round forms, and Kin G MEDICINE g x
clean Kan, a new one, comes highly recom- For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain In the Stomach Sick
water containing a little alum Headache, Giddiness,Fulness! and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness,
and a 'few handfuls of mended. Cold Chills Hashing of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath Costiveness,
green grass Scurry, Blotches on the Skin Disturbed Sleep Frightful Dreams, and,all Nervous
(Guinea preferred), or the leaves of the LEMON (Citrus medica limonium). and Trembling Sensations,Ac. TIlE FIRST! DOSE WILL GIVE BELIEF IN TWENTY
citron this off after MINUTES. This Is no fiction. Every; sufferer,is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Fills,
tree; pour [ soaking VARIEGATED.-Leaves and new and they acknowledged: to be a Wonderful JnedUine*-"Worth guinea a box.**-
24 hours-R: D. H.l], and boil halfan wood of the tree beautifully stripedand BEECHAH'S FILLS,taken as directed: ,will quickly restore female to complete health. bra,

hour in thin syrup; then weigh the mottled with creamy white; very. WEAK STOMACH ; IMPAIRED DIGESTION ; DISORDERED LIVER ; ,

citron and, add an equal weight of ornamental. they ACT LIKE MAGIC J-a few doses will work wonders upon the Vital Organs,Strengthening -
white sugar to the syrup; dip the citron SWEET LEMON (Dulcis or Sweet the muscular System; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back the keen edge of''
appetite,and arousing withthe ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physical energy of the
into the latter two or three times; dry Lime).-Of no particular value, human frame. These are facts" admitted by thousands in all classes of society,and one of the
bestguanmtees to the Nervous and Debilitated is that SUCEI X'a TlS
in the PILLS nAn LA33WT SILS
sun one day. The second day although a place should always, ,be 07 AST PATBTT XS2XSXOT Of IBS V02LD.) Full directions with each Box.
fill the cavities of the citron with the found for a specimen tree, as both Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helens,Lancashire, England.
and continue Sold by Druggists generally. B.ALLEN{ St;CO;, 365 and 367 Canal St., New York.
the fruit
syrup, to expose to and tree are ornamental., Sole Agents for the United States,who(Inquire flrit),if yourdroggist f does not keep fees,.
sun until. thoroughly dry. This makes R. D. HGYT. WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE, 25 CENTS A lOX.' "

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Our :[ 'fiomeCThe :: with the;practice which physicians ,all shown to the obvious impropriety of and went to dinner without washing
\UJal over .the world have employed for pitching their food into their mouths their: hands. One of the children
thousands of in the with fork with of died almost and the
"'"- -- -- -- years general a danger pricking immediately,
California Cancer Cure.. treatment of diseases. their tongues, as they now are of other later in the day.MontuelloConrtiuiion.
Our valued contemporary; ,the Pa- "It :should( be stated that the pre.. shovelling in:'with a,knife, with the .

cc... ura .resSt,has contained several liminary act in treating, either tumor danger of cutting them! .
brief notices of a cancer cure discov- or cancer by this ''method is by accelerating By-the-bye, can there be anything' Two members of the.last legislature
ered by a San Francisco physician. A the passage.of certain unguents more ridiculous in the present mania asserted that Florida didn't want any
recenLnumber gives a more detailed through: the,skin by -rubbing and for using the fork than the dictate of immigration; that new settlers with{
account of it, which, it is expressly by electrical action. Electricity alone fashion that pie shall be cut with it? their means to'open new farms would
stated, is not a paid advertisement, and appears to be of but little account; To see a man with a wedge of. tough- break up the cattle ranges. If Kissimmee -
this, ,together with the high characterof but as an aid to the endosmosis action crusted pie before him, sawing awayat has any such citizens they will
that journal, leads us to present the induced by simple rubbing, it is foundof it with the side of his fork, while a vote against issuing scrip.-Leader.
following extracts from the article: much service, and except in extreme knife lies by the side.of his plate and he
r' "This 'cure' was not an accidental cases, induces a more or less rapid dare not touch it! Here I draw the
discovery, but consists of an elaborate dissolution of tumor or cancer, while dividing line; when tne dicta of 'CROUPY SOUHDS
treatment which has been evolved only the constitutional action of the remedies fashion runs squarely against common \
after' long years of careful study and taken into the stomach causes an sense, let us be brave enough and At night, from baby's crib, are distract-
experiment. Starting some twenty especially rapid excretion from the wise enough to honor the God-given 'ing a medicine to parents equal who to are the at emergency.a loss for

years ago from a mere germ, whichwas body of the diseased or brokendowntissue. faculty, no matter how many dudes Not so with those who have Ayer's
obtained for coin, the remedy has may laugh at us. Cherry Pectoral the house. A dose
been worked until it has now assumeda "It is often the case that the physician We take the above from the American of this medicine affords certain and "
well-perfected specific for this most is unable to say whether an appa, Cultivator, which is published in speedyrellef. To cure colds,coughs,sore
is Boston the alleged center of American throat, asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness,
'dreaded of all maladies with which the rent tumor benign or malignant.With ,
human race is afflicted. this remedy it makes no differ- culture. It is possible that a ing and the apparatus various, Ayer's disorders Cherry of the Pectoralhas breath
"Different from the idea of Dr. ence whether it is one or the other. reaction is setting in toward common no equal. It soothes the inflamed
Koch, whose consumption remedy ;The external applications and altera- sense. It is our impression that the tissue, promo esration
proceeds with violent and often dan- ,tive remedies may be safely and ,I chief argument employed by the expecto-! Call, ,
gerous action from the extremes, or effectively applied in either case. devotees of fashion for the use of the and in- reduces ro
of the skin- fork is the objectionable taste of metalon pose.Cap. U.Carley,
periphery body-the bRI
Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "I have used
through hypodermic injection under The Immorality of EatingWith a the tongue. The modern steel Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in my family for
the skin, the constitutional portion of Knife.I fork is at least a sixteenth of an inch thirty years and have always found it
this cancer treatment is simply an alterative read the article by, a lady corre wider than the kni e and presents the best remedy for croup, to which
of pleasant and quite attractivetaste spondent on the training of children, double the metallic surface to the complaint my children were subject."
,introduced into the stomachthe with a good deal of serious interest tongue and lips. Hence we ,reason "I use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in my
that the of the knife is hundred practice, and it to be un-
fountainhead of nutrition, and and some"amusement. We all feel use a pronounce
thence the need of little per cent. more sensible than the use equaled as a remedy for colds and
through physical movements, trainingthe ones coughs.-J. G. Gordon, M. D., CarrollCo.
modifies and controls all the vital machinery aright, and must agree with the old of the fork for insertion in the mouth. .,Virginia.

of the system-absorption and saying, that good manners rank next -ED. -
nutrition-and in a way so vigorous: to good morals, but don't let us lose Ayers Cherry Pectoral
and beneficent that morbid actions'are sight of the fact that though next still Sleep is Best.T. .

forestalled and physiological ones'so there remains a very great distance ,DeWitt Talmage says : Thereis Prepared by Dr.J.C.Aver&Co.,Lowell,Ma...
energetically and triumphantly substituted between them. not one man or woman in 10,000 Sold by all Druggists; Price$1; six bottle.$5.

that, with the aid of the outward Let us not treat of the forms and who can afford to do without seven or
applications and the active endosmose ceremonies of life in an over-serious eight hours' sleep. AIL those stories
action set up by use of the battery, manner, lest we exhaust all the big written about great men and women THE GLORY OF MAN
every cancerous germ is not only dis adjectives in the dictionary in denouncing who slept only three or four hours a
integrated and dissipated, but is fully sins against fashion and night make very interesting reading ; STRENGTH VITALITY1
and effectually driven from the system. form, and find none left for use when but I tell you, my readers, no man or How Lost!
The evidence that this is so is foundin the time comes to rebuke those against woman ever yet kept healthy in body
the important fact that not one morality. and mind for a number of years with H CEOF
single instance of a return, of any can- It is sometimes argued, when incul- less than seven hours' sleep. I j/pf
cerous trouble has been reported or cating the necessity of attending to Americans need more sleep than I
discovered, even after many'years of the minutiae of good manners, that they are getting. This lack makes
waiting. Scores of patients now in life itself is made up of little things. them so nervous and the insane
this city, many of whom have been This is true, provided the saying is asylums so populous. If you can get KNBWTHME
operated upon by our best surgeons, limited to its application to folks to bed early then rise early. If you THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
and who ,have been pronounced again whose whole make-up is of littlenesses. cannot get to bed till late, then rise A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treat!**
afflicted and all of whom have been, It would, however, be a dark day for late. It may be as Christian for one on and the Errors of Yoath-Prematare Decline,Nerronj
Physics Debility,ImparitiM of tae Blood
pronounced undoubtedly suffering from humanity when the great moral and man to rise at 8 as-it is for another to
the malady, have been treated, pronounced intellectual lengths and breadth rise at s. EXHAUST en VITAIITY
cured, and have never in any which make up the character of those I counsel my readers to get up when I.
single case been subjected to a return., who really shape society should be they are rested. But let the rousingbell UNTOLD MISERIES
This may be regarded as evidence, be. found wanting. be rung at least 30 minutes before I ,
all of the of the Let be misunderstood." It public Physicianssay Resulting from folly,vide,Igaersaee,....... or
yond question, reality me not your appearance. 'Orertaxatlon, Enervating and anflttiar the victim
cure! Evidence of this character has is certainly due to the comfort of that a sudden jump out of bed for Work,Business,the Harried*r Social Relation
never yet failed to satisfy every person society, and needed for, the greater gives irregular motion to the pulse.It work.Avoid It unskillful contains boo cretenden.pares,royal. ,Poetess Eva tail Beastifal great
who has taken the trouble to look into usefulness of the child that he may be takes hours to get over a too sud- mail binding,postpaid,embossed,concealed,fan pit.In-plain Price! wrapper.only SUM JSattratiTO by-
{ it. Many physicians of standing are well trained in the various forms den rising. Give us time after you Prospectus Froo,IT yon apply now. The
among those who have taken the which are generally endorsed by pea call us to roll over, gaze at the world eeTecfthe distinguished GOLD author AjiD Win.JEWELLED fi. Parker. X.MEDAL D., re-
trouble to investigate, and all have expressed ple (.f culture under the name of full in the face, and look before you frcm the National Medical Association UrtkU
PRIZE ESSAY oa KBKYOUS ad
themselves perfectly satisfied "good manners." But when over- leap. Ph YSICALDEBILITY.Dr.Pak.randacorpsof
that"the facts are precisely as have been stress is laid on the importance of Assistant, by Physicians m&ll0 may person be consaHed at the office confidentially of-
stated, but only two or three physi attending to certain customs, of which Look Here, Friend, Are You Sick? 'THE PEABODT MEDICAL INSTITUTE.N .
.4 Bnlflnch.,Beato..IIIa.w.. ,to w&oaau
clans have had 'the courage to publicly the conveying food to the mouth witha Do yon Buffer from Dyspepsia.'Indigestion orders for books letters for ftdnco sJaetdd be
stand up to their convictions ,becauseof fork may be taken as !illustration, ness.Soar Lost Stomach Appetite, Liver,Bllllonsness Complaint., Exhaustion Nervous directed a*above.
the fearful persecution which they let us not forget that so far from being orTlred Feeling. Paint In Chest or IJangsDry
Cough,Nlghtaweats form of Consnmptlon THREE-FOOT HOLE
have met and are sure to meet with inherently proper, as nfany appear to ? U so,send to Prom Hart,88 Warren DUO Z2T TWO XX2VUTXB.
from the ruling majority of the San assume, they may be, like this, but a street,New York who will send you free,by Th.coming digger. It
mall,a bottle of Floraplexion,which U a sore will bore a ho'ewbere.ootber
Francisco faculty. society notion, which was introduced care. Send to-day. anger will work.It .
"The mode of treatment differs inteto within the past sixty years. Previousto A It the only post hole
from Koch's remedy and is all the that we were rigidly taught to feed Two children of Lewis Shepherd, the digger dirt that Itself will bytOBChlngajpring. empty

more worthy of attention because it is I ourselves"with the knife, for to use colored, died yesterday from the for your.county.o.t the' agency Write
analogous] to the action of the usual forks was a proof of ill breeding. I poison of the wild Jessamine. They qu'ok. Address,
remedies employed and'm direct line I Children were then as emphatically had been playing with the flowers, OPL"C' CLO8KD. CHAxnox Buu Spnagfleld Mm.' ,'Co Oh.
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;(The people: s porf-the Govetiimgnt : All wild land in' the hands of specu- There are millions of personal property gabble would prognosticate a period.
("and{ the- /Government lators should be assessed at the value that _escape taxation, but I will of sects and schisms.

cant support the people.- placed on them by the holders, and all not enter 'into details. The fact. remains -, Error supports custom ; custom
of these wonderfully productive that we have not enough State countenances error; and these two
Grover Cleveland. such income and the of in- would and chase all
wi'.9".4hAli"; rTOM'SAWYER properties, as big paying orange great majority prosecute away
,'',- ,'- ,- Staff Contributor. groves, ought to bear a just proportionof come-producing property pays not a truth and solid wisdom out of human.

.' d .. .". the burdens. There are groves in cent to help out the revenues. truth, were it not that God, rather
"- State.r. Alliance" Constitution. Florida held at prices ranging,, from TOM SAWYER. than\ man, once in many ages ,calls
$10,000 to $100,000, or more, that are together the prudent and religious
Doubtless even. the framers of this assessed at almost nothing, yet some The Mississippi Plan. councils of men, deputed to repress
instrument would not,claim thatit is of those groves bring their owners al : The Atlanta Journal is authority for the encroachments and to work off
perfect," for no human scheme of most princely incomes.= And how 'the statement'' that in Mississippi the the inveterate blots and obscurities

government .yet devised. is perfect.But much are the great overgrown phosphate Farmers' Alliance receives lawyers wrought. upon our minds by the subtle
it would be difficult to imaginehow companies paying? They flauntin into its membership, and that those insinuating of error and custo .-,
the face of the world a capital of a people make measures, not professions, John Milton.
so fine .a bodyvof men as those half million dollars and speculate on a test of a man's qualification. I don'tknow .
assembled at ?Monticello last October, the credulity of mankind, yet no tax. whether they consult the consti- THE REFORM PRESS. .

with an old constitution'before themto gatherer can get within a league of tion or not, but I do know that thereare .

be revised. "by tHe light of experience, them except to find some measly many lawyers who would make The Discussion of Current Topicsin
could far in their de- quarter section off yonder in the brush excellent members of the Farmers'Alliance the Organized States
go very wrong
assessed at $1.00 acre. They and would reflect credit
liberations. per The Chillicothe (Mo.) Crises says :
ought to pay for their glory or shut upon the order. Many of them have U. S. Hall, president of the Missouri -
No constitution',is so sacred as to be up their lying. farms and some are first-class farmers, Farmers Alliance, has been, according -
criticism. Then there are these great army but if we have a membership test
removed beyond the pale of to the dispatches, at Spring
The-columns of ,this Department will sized land companies and pasteboard would it not be well to enforce it or field, Ills., using that influence which
towns that shout to the world their abolish it? TOM SAWYER. him in-
his to
high position ,
always be open to any fair-minded mighty domains and untold advantages .. .- .- gives. } benefit
duce the three farmers Mutual -
discussion of'the State Constitution. while contributing not enough Finance. Association members to desert
to the State treasury to furnish oil for The great, overshadowing question another Alliance
.No shall be put legitimate. Farmer Streeter-not for
gag in upon' the rusty hinges of the safe. Towns before the country to-day is that of its man-but for Partisan Palmer.Mr. .
controversy i this paper while our with lots staked off through the pinewoods currency, and to meet it and settle it Hall was so terribly anxious for
handholds the doorknob until the long array of white will require all the business sense and
the Alliance to be "non-partisau"d4ring -
-:But personalities we will absolutely stakes reminds one of a National patriotism of the republic combined.We the recent campaign that he
cemetery, where are gathered the dead are undoubtedly troubled by a
charters of
No man shall assail the. threatened to cancel the
repress. hosts of the old time war. I have in contraction that bids fair to ruin us,
motives or the,character,of any officeror mind one of those alleged towns;which but just how to proceed and where to several county Alliances take that saw
their clear to independent
.member of the ,Alliance in, thesecolumns. claims an actual cash value of $500- stop i in the other direction is puzzlingthe political way action. Now he appears to

: And if 'we 'innocently ooo-and I'll venture it pays taxes at mighty men of finance and bewildering be so partisan that he goes out of his
publish a communication .which was only a few dollars per acre. This is the poor Allianceman. jurisdiction-into another State andis
intended l thrust manifestly unjust. The man who TOM SAWYER. working in the interest of an old
as' a. personal upon! .
owns a little farm of eighty acres upon <
the discovery of its true: character, we which he can barely make a support Third Party. party politician who has not proven,
or even asserted, so far as we know,
shall stamp !upon it. If the article by finds that $800 is a very moderate Will the third party gain a footholdin that he has the slightest sympathywith
Mr. Boyce week before last was writ- assessment; then must come in his the South ? is a question agitating the principles of the Alliance.
with animus mule, a few cows, a half dozen razor- many of our journals to-day, and the
ten personal against News Akron
any American Farm
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backs and the old eight-day clock negative opinion seems to prevail.
the l leaders of the Alliance he is Ohio '
handed down from his grandfather.Now This Allianceman's opinion is that ) says :
hereby'informed that he considerhis is another class of If any doubt has heretofore existedin
may there prop. the: third party will take hold power-
communication blotted out from erty which escapes taxation in a man- fully, unless,the next Congress showsa the minds of people as to the pro-
our ner that is perfectly infamous. I strong disposition to meet the issues priety and.absolute necessity of elect-
pages.. know a man who has $20,000 in mort- and demands presented by the Farmers ing United States Senators by a direct
; of the the doubt will be
gages, and yet when you go to the Alliance. If it is wise there will vote people,
Taxes. records you will find those mortgages be no third party south of the State of readily dispelled by a resume of the
The best remedy for the present transferred to a party in another State Kansas. TOM SAWYER. actions and doings of the United
shortness in our State' finances is not for the sole purpose of evading taxa- I I States Senate, so far, the present ses
higher taxation, but" higher asses tion. That man lives like a lord and Consider what nation it is whereofye sion. Elected, as many of them are, by

mehts-which 'really means the same pays no taxes. I, don't know how he are governors; a nation not slow the: most'reprehensible methods
thing. If the property in Florida was makes the assessment oath. May be and dull, but, of a quick and piercing I known to politics, and believing that
assessed at one-half ,of its alleged he has gotten used to swearing that spirit; acute to invent, sinewy to discourse what has been done can be done
value, the present rate of taxation way. If such .men don't catch hot- not beneath the reach of any again, they grow bold in audacity
would furnish adequate income and ness some day, then I shall lose all point the highest that human capacitycan I bordering on imbecility. They have
we would .hear no more of deficits. in faith in a "literal hell and a personal soar to. Methinks I .abused party organizations, dubbed
the revenue. devil." see in my mind a noble and puissant -' the farmer a "rainbow chaser," potato
The State government must be supported Would it not be wise for the com- nation rousing herself like a bank theorist, and are at the
as becomes the dignity of a ing Legislature to pass a law makingthe strong man after sleep, shaking her same time engaged in the introductionof
great State, and a niggardly policy in tax a lien upon the mortgage as it invincible locks; methinks I see her as bills for political effect and bun-
finances speaks badly for any people. is upon land, and compel the Clerk of an eagle renewing her mighty youth combe only.
Florida ought to be well and creditably the Court to require a tax receipt for and kindling her dazzled eyes at the little River / Richmond, Ark-.. )
represented at Chicago, but the full value of the instrument' before full midday beam; purging and unsealing says : '4!
where the money is to come from is' a he allows its cancellation upon the her long abused sight at the fountain Never in the history of American
question more, difficult to solve. record ? I respectfully call the atten- itself of heavenly radiance; while politics have the laborers of the country -
Other; States are appropriating vast tion of that body to this necessary enactment the whole noise of timorous and flocking I : held such a power as they now
sums for that purpose; and these {eStates and if they don't heed I will birds, with those also who love hold. They now hold the balancing
that have found out by exper-I embody it in my first message when I the twilight, flutter about, amazed at power and are the lever in our politics

ience t. the to ..wisdom' of such investments. am Governor., 4. what she means, and In their envious, I I to ,turn it in which, (. ever, direction is.

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' best;suited to their interest. So long ers and Labor Union and kindred labor ders and all correspondence shall be RICH FLORIDA LANDS.
f as we are in this condition,, ,do not organizations, is the disposition to promptly answered and attended to. ,
peed a third party. ,A political party support their-worst enemies,; the very All business of the company shall
k is but the union of individuals for I the papers that are doing all they,can ,to- be open to the inspection of all stock-
enactment of certain laws and,measures mislead,and divide the people, that holders, and full and detailed reports
and the laborers of this country they may be held in subjection by the shall be laid before the Directors at
Ho not care what name by ,which autocratic money power. While doing regularly quarterly meetings. I-
any party may be known-they: only this,they allow their true friendsthereform lam now having a full detailed re
: demand the enactment of just and i ,papers that,are earnestly,striving port of the past cotton business made
equal laws. If either of the two, old I to accomplish their enfranchisement up, and shall, send each brother interested : LLwrI a
' parties will heed their ,demands, languish from not receivingthe a copy of the report just as soon
that is the party for the people; support to which they are justly as the report _can be made up and
if neither will heed their demands entitled. ,Brother, does this include printed. I will show the receipt, ex
s then let the people form a: party you? If so, can you conscientiously pense against,and the sale and price
which wilt The only reason the continue to do so? God helps those sold at of each and every bale ot cotton
people are so sorely oppressed is that help themselves,' but Satan hasa handled. The report will show in
because they have been content con. mortgage on the ingrates.." full all advances on cotton, to whom
fide,in the wisdom and purity of the The Custer County Record (Broken advanced, and the amount now due
leaders- of their,own political l faith,and i Bow. Neb. 'says : from the Exchange to each and every Farmers Stop and Think.

did not organize against the, 'enemy of f ;'The.question is frequently asked, -person. WHY Spend the best years of your
' their government. Now that ur eyes how would the overnment get money The books of this company show a !life cultivating the soils of. the frozen
' are opened and we have gained'posession into circulation In case it should decideto large number of unsettled claims North and West raising crops on which
of the political lever, we will issue a volume of legal tender paper against brothers. It will be necessaryto the,freight is often not ,realized, when
compel our servants to serve, us as coin? This may seem a very'idle and send out these accounts to all brothers you can buy land from the undersigned,
,' faithfully we\have served them in foolish question to' those who have and where the account has been rich and fertile as any known lands,
the past. made the subject of finance a special settled, or has errors in it, I earnestly i and where you can raise a crop that the

Alliance Vindicator(Sulphur Springs, study. It is by no means such to,those hope brothers will correspond with i United States Government will pay a
Tex.) : who ask it.Ve believe it to be an important this office about same, giving us the BOUNTY of$100 on each acre.

Some says people object to the Sub question, and furthermore be- information they may have that will HOLD On, this isn't all..You can sell
Treasury plan, not because they know lieve those who ask are honest in mak- clear up all this old unsettled matter.It the said crop right there in your home
anything against it or have any :argu- ing the inquiry.. Away back in'the is my earnest desire to clear up market for $250 per acre. You ask for
ment to make, but because the .Democratic early days of the greenback party, we all the unsettled'past transactions in a the "How" and the "Wherefore." l"
party at San Antonio opposed well'remember that this was the ond fair and honest way, and I beg the Quite right-factsand figures count best.
it. The Democratic party acted:has point of ridicule. Those who opposeethe brothers to assist me in it in every way Plant the Land with Sugar Cane.

tily at San Antonio, it seems'to'us, be- greenback doctrine pictured Uncle possible. Do not lose sight of the TO OLD
fact that this is Farmers and
Sam machine company your property careful'perus-
grinding out
cause the Sub-Treasury was not an turning a
and its officers from President ers of the fact that there is now
papers
and the the
of
issue. before.that party, and besides the paper money, spout
people were.not sufficiently informed machine emptying its contents in the. down to the office boy, are your em- established near.Kissimmee, Fla., the
The Alliance of St. Cloud Sugar Refinery, is stale
ployees. Exchange
to make an intelligent decision of that coat tail pocket of the granger. Manya
Florida is the of the stock- news.Ve are talking to all our
question just at that time. If it.,had poor, ignorant fellow clapped his property
holders and if the stockholders friends. Sugar cane can be raised as
been an issue before the primaries and hands and stamped his feet in political' they, ,
have in the allowed the businessto cheaply as corn, and Uncle Sam will
past
since that has
delegates had been instructed it a delightwho, day, a mortgage -
different result might have been recorded clapped on his home and himself be run in a wrong way, they should pay you a bounty of two cents per pound
stamped into the earth as a penaltyfor learn by past experience and not allowme on the manufactured sugar. The St.
nor any other officer or employeeto Cloud plantation in Osceola Co., Fla.,
his foolishness over that bit of ridi-
Labors Tribune (Carthage, Mo.) cule." I neglect the business, or carry it on averaged 4,500 pounds of sugar to the

says: I in a negligent_ or dishonest way !in the acre last year, and it will go 5,000'pounds
"What is there in the
average news- future if the desire to this .
President Harvey's Address. they, owners, year.METHODS
paper to impress people favorably to- continue the business. ? This isn't the only big
ward sobrietymorality or Christianity? OFFICE OF FARMERS' ALLIANCE)' Now, is it desirable to continue the chance of your life, however. The
I One would conclude from the tone of EXCHANGE OF FLORIDA. } ? Can it be ?
Exchange run honestly cultivation of rice lands about Kissim-
the great dailies, as well as from news- JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Feb., 1891. Can the stockholders control their own mee is to become an assured, profitable

papers general, that nothing existed To all Sub Alliances of the State of Flor. company and make it useful and prof fact. There is no richer or better
beyond the present scenes of sorrow, ida Greeting : itable to the people? truck and market-garden lands in the

suffering, moneymaking and worldlyamuseme'nt. This to notify you that at an election I say yes; most emphatically yes, to world than the land on the rich over-
Every editor should held on the 226. day of January, 1891, each question. It is desirable, for flow, or bottom lands about Kissimmee. -
wisely consider that he is aiding one in the city of Jacksonville, the Trustee through it, and by it, and because of Write, for confirmation, to Col.
way or' another to shape the present Stockholders elected as Directors of its existence, every farmer in Floridais A. K. McClure, editor Philadelphia
and future destiny of those who read the. Alliance ,Exchange Company getting goods cheaper than wouldbe Times, who has personal knowledge.Then .
his paper. The character of the peo Brothers S. S. Harvey, R. J. Allen and possible if it had not and did not in lands for orange groves, or
pie, as a rule, is very similar to that of A. N. Duncan. These, with BrothersA. exist. I have no doubt that the priceof groves already cultivated or bearing,

the editors and writers whose articlesgo P. Baskin, H.;: W. Long, O. L.. goods all over the State, in every I can satisfy you that your best interestslie
to make up the belief of the people. in the State is effected the before else.
Whitcomb and J. 'W. V. Cobb, the store by in seeing me any one
Hence an editor whose paper isCull Directors that hold over, constitutethe Exchanges. Thousands of dollars have BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The healthfulness -
of nothing but society gossip, theatrical Board of the present year. At a been saved to the people in reduced and beauty of Kissimmee;
plays and games, is aiding to drive his meeting of the Board held on the 2d prices of goods, even when not pur- have never been questioned. No

readers away from the higher and more day of January, J89, I, S. S. Harvey, chased from Exchanges, from the fact diphtheria, no asthma, no consump-
noble of the life that is
concerns now was elected President of the companyfor that your Exchanges were in existence.I tion, no pneumonia-in fact, read our
: besides the minds of his
poisoning
The Boardauth- believe that local Exchanges area
the current year. fully medical report. Beautiful cottages,
readers*against the truth that treats of orized me, to take charge of all property good thins: to have in every possible villas or lots suitable for residences.
the life to come.: It has been stated bya ::and business, and to employ and locality. There can be no doubt of Write for terms and particulars.
cool-headed writer that if Christ was such be their doing a and; good service -
discharge persons as may nec- you great COME SOUTH And untold
to come to earth as he did 1891 years I but if there two hundred get
to, on the business of the were
essary carry climate in
the
of
he would be becomean quantities grandest
compelled to
ago, back local branch Exchanges in existenceit
I to over or
company. propose go the world free with each acre of ground
editor in order to reach the
people. would not do with the impor.
the old business of the company and away Come where can till
This may, or may not be true, but one need of State purchased. you
Exchange.On
make a full, fair and open report of all tance or a the soil twelve months in the
the year.
certain
thing is newspapers of today past transactions.. If,I find anyone the contrary, if every settlement
I At least write to me for full particulars.
the educators of the beyond
are people has been guilty of doing wrong, or 'had its branch or local Exchange the
all other agencies. negligent, I will say so, and so far as need of a State Exchange would be the WM. Kissimmee CANNON,,Fla.

Wily Union (Butler, Mo.) says the books and papers of the office are greater. The only possible way to get Agent for the lands of the DlMton Companies,
truly: concerned they shall be exposed in full the lowest price on articles we con- for the Associated Railways lands,and the
Land Co.
lands of Klfslmmee
"Oae of ,the incomprehensible per to all interested. In all future busi- sume is by being in a position to buy Phosphate, sugar cane, rice, trucking,
; versities of the industrial classes one ness of this company, while under my them in large quantities from first fruit, grazing, timber, general farming,
that is particularly noticeable among charge, strict, prompt business principles hands. It is impossible to bring that and home lands. Send for map showing:
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i ,It c can:only be done old oppressors when the State Exchange and importance to every :Alliance. in get a little more of it? Of the great
through combined action; of all.. One ceases to exist. Florida., The question of headquarters staples the country can consume'Only .
of the great sources of trouble.our people Now, while this Exchange: given has '''nothing whatever:to do a limited quantity, but the country 'is
l are sufiering.under is the vast army much cause of complaint, it has never with it: The State Exchange with ready to take all sorts'of fancy food
of middlemen ware supporting. If !been in any condition to do the business three or more central distributing products-delicate uries-and: to "
we reduce the.cost of supplies we must I required of it. It has never had, points can be of' same service 'to 'the pay good, prices for them. A few
do away with all that is possible of the the money to do the business with, people'of DeSoto and Lee, Excambia years ago Mr.''Gladstone, speaking to
middleman's.cost to us., Every drum- and it is impossible to carry on busi-: and Santa Rosa, Osceola and Brevard the farmerS in a Scotch 'district where,
mer, every merchant) bookkeeper, ness without money. The parties in and Duval and ,St. Johns., All 'can agriculture' was .greatly depressed,
clerk, etc.,'etc., you' supp'crt They charge have ,attempted to do more reap a uniform :and equal benefit. asked them why' they did not try the
l live more: ,expensively'than you do in business than was possible with the The'more local or branch Exchangesthere production of jam for the city mar-
every way. Their houses are. better, means they had. The result is delays are the better. If there were I kets. He pointed out that the small
they'live better, their houses are, bet- and losses, even with the very best two hundred 'in the State it.would fruits from which this luxury'could be
,_jcy. furnished, they wear,better clothes, management. Give this Exchange not be one too many. The Statesof compounded would grow w'ell'in their''
they school 'their:children better, and money to make three or more central. Georgia, Alabama, ,Louisiana, soil, and that for such articles there,
they work much less than you do. convenient distributing points in theState Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina ,was always a good market ,The tory
They do not 'produce, they live on ; where it can put corn, oats, Virginia and all Northwestern editors laughed at Mr. Gladstone's
what you produce ,by,,making\ you pay bran, hay, meat, meal and general States have flourishing State Ex 'kitchen economy, but the Scotch
excessive prices for their' attention in groceries, wagons, plows, all farm im- changes. They are all on a good farmers took the matter seriously and
handling the articles you consume, or, plements, etc., etc., by the carload, business basis with money ,to do busi- have found profit in it. A large.and
produce for others to consume If you and arrange to carry out your productin ness on. They are anxious to do productive industry has sprung from
ever get from under this burden it the.same cars, and you will be astounded business with you. Shall it be, said the old statesman's suggestion. Along
must be by co operation -working'to- ? at the results. Your goods that Florida, of all the thirty-seven some such lines as these, the farmers
gether. We want car-load cf corn will be so cheap that you will wonder Alliance States cannot have an*Exchange 'will most surely draw to themselves a. .
at actual price paid to our brother how it is possible that you allowed ? That there is not honestyor larger share of the surplus wealth of.
the West, and the very lowest freightit yourselves robbed so long. Well, business ability sufficient among the country; that surplus: is abundant,
can be put down to us for. but it will take so much money we the brothers of Florida to make a success ,but all sorts, of people! with keen wits i ,
That can only Be) done'by our combining cannot do it," I think I hear you say. where all other States, succeed? and strenuous energies are competing ,
our small amounts' and purchasing Now, brothers, it is an easy, simple I most earnestly hope not. for it. Those: who ,have it are ready '
:in quantities and shipping in matter to do all this, and at the end of If you do not take an interest in to exchange it, for gratification of various :
quantities. one year all would be well. Fifty your Exchange you will suffer in sorts. The problem is to please
w, We want wagons, plows, harness, cents, a month from every brother for pocket more than you are asked to them.''' ', .'
dress goods, clothing, groceries and all one year would build up an institutionthat put into Exchange companies. The, In the easy assumption of the above,
that we use"at the very lowest price it would save you thousands of dol. money necessary to put'this,State Ex- 'that there is nothing the matter with
is possible ,to, purchase, them at. It lars, and you would be proud of your change on its feet in good shape for our farmers except an overproductionof
can ,only be done by direct,purchasesof Exchange. Your Exchange present business the Exchange, can save you jam, Mr. Gladden no doubt voices
large quantities. It is impossible for is a disgrace to you, and while I am in less than two years. Now, brothers the sentiment of our plutocratic jam- '
anyone small store or,individual to pur not called onto: ,defend the past I do allow me to urge you to settle ''eaters; and it was highly consistentthat
chase:at lowest possible rates.. To get say most positively that no set .of men up all indebtedness to this Exchangethat in looking about for an object lesson .
the best prices all goods must be han. could have done the business expected it may be able to settle :up whatit with which to impress his idea
died in large quantities. For, us, that is of this ''Exchange with the owes to the brothers and to mer- upon the ."br ins'" of our farmers, his
only possible through a State Exchange money you ,furnished. I find this Exchange chants wno have credited your com eyes should fall upon the aristocrats of
.. without money or credit, pany. Get the old cleared up, makea ,England and the peasants of,Scotlandas
Allow your Exchanges to go down owing several thousand dollars. For new start and with the'experienceyou affording a parallel to our plutocratsand
and you will soon 'go back to old the past ten or fifteen days since I have paid for you will build an farmers. The coolness with,which
.prices, and the merchant and other have been in charge I have :had to institution that will serve you, save Mr. Gladden applies his logician'sknife
middlemen will again'oppress you by pledge my personal credit to get money for you, and be a credit to the in ripping up the "labor prob-
charging you exorbitant'prices for every goods to fill the orders that came in. Alliance of the'State. lem," and reforming it ,on other linesis
thing you use, and give you' small No one would credit the company.On I am fraternally, your brother, decidedly, refreshing. He admits
prices for everything you have, to sell. the books of this company are S. S. HARVEY, that the surplus wealth is abundant,
Can an exchange be run honestly? account against brothers that amountto President Alliance Exchange of but says all sorts of people with
Most assuredly',yes. There are honest fifteen thousand dollars. Some of Florida. keen wits and strenuous energiesare
men yet, and it is your business to them are no doubt wrong, but there trying'to get ,it. But when they
find them and see that they act hon must be a large portion correct, andI The Jam-Eaters. get it they are ready to exchange it
estly, by requiring honest, open and most earnestly beseech the brothers Under the caption, "The Embattled for various gratifications, and the
full reports of all business'they do for who owe this Exchange to settle up. Farmers," appears an article in problem is to please them. I submit
you. The simple act of requiring a The money they owe belongs to other The National Economist of December that'this is a radical and violent trans-
bond from them is nothing. You brothers who need their money, and 6, credited to the November Forum, position of the terms of the labor a
must see,that they show they are honest to merchants here and North who from the pen of Washington Gladden, problem. The first assumption is that Ya
Not let them run away with your af- trusted the Alliance. If you have in which that writer discusses at con- I the: surplus wealth of the country belongs -
fairs until you catch them in dishon- allowed careless or dishonest'officers siderable length the, condition of our to those whir, by reason of their
esty or carlessness. Do not make a or employees to run your business and farmers; their organizations, demands, cunning wits and strenuous energies,
man representative because you you were the "nly sufferers it would etc. He also intersperses his volumi- get it, and not to those who create it.
like him,, but because he can and will not be so bad, but you put people in nous article with bits -advice to the The second ,assumption is that our
attend to the business you choose him charge of your business merchants farmers, which, to say the least, are farmers, by reason of a lack of
for.Can sold goods to your company because interesting, as tending to show how "brains," are debarred from engaging
a State Exchange be made use ,you owned it, and they thought you little real thought some intelligent men in the "competion" for the surplus,
ful and profitable? Yes, a State Exchange honest and responsible. If you put have devoted to the problem which is and, therefore, the only "problem"
can be,made to save to the in bad managers the merchants could now demanding solution. He grants which confronts them fs how best "to
people'of Florida many thousands of not help it, or put them out. You very readily that overproduction is 'tfease" those whose genius qualifies
dollars each year. It can be made to are the only ones that could doth "the chief cause of the depression of them to gamble for it
get all you consume to you( at much agriculture," and having fallen into This rearrangement of the lines of
less rates, and sell what you produceat at.Now, brothers, this is your com this very convenient but sadly illogical the labor problem will no doubt hastily
better prices. We* can ,to-day sell pany. Those of you who owe any bog, it is perfectly: natural for him to commend itself 'to the gormandizing
you fertilizers at $2400 per ton that thing, make' immediate settlement flounder into still further and yet nonentities ,who comprise Ward Mc
you could not buy in any market one Those who have unsettled accounts deeper intellectual quagmires. It Allister's "four ,hundred," but will
year ,since for: less than $36.00 per that are incorrect assist us, who are was natural, believing, as he does, hardly find favor with: the bare-legged
ton. That $12 per ton saved is many new in the cause, in settling'them. that we already produce too much of I mush and milk eaters who comprise
thousand dollars,to our people. This In the meantime think well of the the staple products of the farm, for the main body of all labor organizations -
Exchange is hated very, much more very great importance of keeping up him[ to advise us to turn our attentionin and who honestly believe, Mr.
by men who formerly sold you'goodsat this Exchange. Let us get all this ,other directions.: and 'here is the Gladden to the contrary notwithstand-
their own prices than it,is by those old matter settled and out of the way, way he does it: ngr that the problem is why are they,
of or own people.who feel; they have and by the experience of the past "There is plenty of money in the the'producers of the surplus, not Its
cats of complaint. It will be a let us build up anew. This Exchangecan i country; might not the farmer, by the I owners in law-T. D. HINCKLEY. in
happy day to more than one of your be made of immense interest I application of brains to his calling,; ,. National Economist. '
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.. old Do you need printing) of anT kind Send to
la1e.-Good one and two-year
For
':Kot b. W B. DaCosta Printing and, Publ'shlng' House, ,
Overproduction lemon buds on sour stock 26c f. o. ,*
: : WAXJCXB Manager Lake Maitle Nursery,, Jacksonville, Fla.
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believe
We do that such a'thing
not
Auburndtle, Fla 2-12-41 All kinds of books bound and made as rood
is Ms Pills Send to DaCosta Printing and Publishing -
as an overproduction possible Wanted-Hour orange seed. Write giving as new. *
.. ,It has 'been customary : Jot price,to C. W.BUTLER, St. Petersburg, Fla. House,Jacksonville,Fla.
: 2-12-2t
Weed seed and free from cbatr.Qual1t.1ty
Beggar ,pure
those who are: ,directly or.i. indirectly i for sale. CHAS. required per acre, 4 to 6 Ib*.: price
seed stalks .
Sweet Cassava
responsible for ,unfavorable conditions 'FOR TORPID LIVER. F.MAT,Eustis,Fla. 2-12-21 per pound,260) 10 pounds for$2. Add 10"cents, all.
per pound extra, If order is shipped by
( to make the producers _of ,this JL torpid liver d eranffe the whole ays+ For sale 10,000 sweet and sour seedlings Place orders at once with EXCELSIOR SEED
country believe. that the cause ,of <...,_prodace from six Inches high to one inch in diameter. FARM, Jno. A. Germond, Manager, Keuka,
and budded trees 1'1.26x'Do
Price f. o. b. Dates Fla.
their misfortune or the low price of Sick, Headache, for ale cheap. W.-B. WALKXB,Aubnrodale 2-5-St ,, you need printing of any kind? Send to
products is due to the; fact that Fla. DaCoata Printing and Publishing House
Rheumatism
there Chas been more produced than Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Band us your orders for note paper,pens,. Jacksonville,Fla. *
; inks and all supplies. We will treat you
we are able to consume. Even if Sallow Skin ,and Piles. right. DaCofcta Printing and Publishing Wanted the convent of 10.OTO smokers to
House,Jacksonville, Fla. send each, a sample lot of 150 "NICKEL'Cigars
there were more on the market of There.la BO ,better remedy: for these and a 20 year gold filled by Elf-
able __mOD diseases than Tatt'a Lives Florida's Own Fragrant Tooth Powder, for. O. D. f5.25 and wateb1 natto .
x a certain product than we are PHI,u atrill"Will prove Price,25e cleansing.and preserving the teeth. Try It ,;HAVANA CIGAR Co., Winston,N.C. 1-29-81/
to consume, in the immediate .locality Price 25 cents Sold Everywhere.;' Bold only by Dm. PERRINE, Dentist. Fer- Do you need printing of any kind? Send to
.of its production, there! still is nandina, Fla. 2-5-3t DaCon a Printing and Publishing House,

a. possibility that there may be a' For sale-Twenty strawberry' refrigerators Jacksonville Fla.

market' for 'it elsewhere., We do J BARTER COLUMN. Address, O.H.ANDERSON,Hlbernla,Fla. Wanted, Lemon and Grape Fruit seed. Address -
;2-5-4.: giving price GBIF/IHO A BEADLEY,
not believe that the harmony of Macclenny.Fla. l-29-5t
Deflnltt exchange offers inserted rre State what Wanted-A good milker to took after Jerseycattle
1 nature is so violated in any instance you hare and what you want. ,with wife or boy to assist In mllklns Do you need stationery SendtoDaCostaPrintingand or any kind-paper.

i as to ;permit of; an overproduction. Open to subscribers only. JOHN Fla. BRADFORD, Bradfordville, Leon 2-5-St Co., pens Publishing. and Ink House! ,Jacksonville, Fla.

There are times when there maybe PRAR TREES.-FOR LECONTE, GAR-
A Bare Exchange-In South Florida 100 Guava trees for sal-Large kind red. BER'S HYBRID AND OTHERS, APPLY
too much corn for Kansas, but acre tract about 100 acres hammock or river yellow, white pink etc flesh. Seedlingsfrom TA25J, W PARTRIDGE, Montic
at that time they are most likely bolt' m land (some heavy clay),on a navi, very best selected frnit. Price,two to llo4-Fla.(
gable tidewater river. Plenty of ftboy.ten1clams three feet, $*per 100: one to two leet $5 per
to need it in Vermont., There may and turtles. li acres to young budded 100, $40 per 1000. MAX FAWCETT,Ormond, Da you need stationery otany kind-paper,
grove and several thousand nursery stock; ria. 2-6-31 pens and ink? SendtoDaCostAPHntlngand
be too much of a ,certain product in hon-e of 4 rooms etc., etc., to exchange for Publishing' House,JacJuonvUle..J'la. *
tbe'cleartng' enough of said land and Send for my circulars on curing salt sick
this but then they are
country, planting same,to 8uO orange ten and tend cattle or loss of appetite. Guaranteed. Price
most likely ,to need it in 'Europe or them till hey bear one bushel 'each. Address of medicine,thirty-flve cents, by mall If mycondittan
DKPJEW Manatee. Fla ere compiled with I win cure or
the I. M. ,
some other country. To'meet' for them. I than cured tome bad cases of
In pay
Wanted to exchange Village lots W. G. TILOHUAK Pa atka, S 11
hog cholera.
demands; of such cases, trade relations Summit Fla.,for early varieties of, budded Fla. 2-5-Ht
have been established between orange trees. DE FOLK,Columbia,S.C.
Wanted-Cassava seed for % acre. Give
Ytion'Vhentfi trade price P.C. BAKER, Emporia, Fla. 2-5-3 .KCAUSC TMC AMK I .
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strained when the .'1CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN.To 1(0( BEST.
relations are ;; Choice Gulf Mullet In one pound cans THE
per case of 4 doz. each, t.o.b.cars O. B. R. R.,
transportation of products is' manipulated D. M. FcsJtr&Co'sIDoitrated
Address, WM. A. WICKS, Seven Oaks P.O., and Priced
insure Insertion in this column adrertlse- 2-5-St ,Descriptive
when the values are changed Fla.
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meats must be accompanied by the money.
"bynhe'control lof the currency, then Advertisements must not exceed fifty word. Send us your orders for note paper,pens SEED ANNUAL)
inks, and nil supplies We will treat you mailed.FREE
1891 will be
it'is.. possible ,make it appear that Postage Stamps received in payment. right DaCosta Printing and Publishing I For to all applicants,and to last season'scustomers. I
r the markets,have been overstocked.. Count avery word,including name and address. House,Jacksonville, Fla. It Is better than ever j

For instance the _spring of 1890 corn Bearing'orsnge grove for sale cheap. Foiparticulars ; Every person or Fit using id Sttdt GardtntFlfwr ,
call on or address B.A. BEMIS,, ,
trees and
was selling in Kansas; 14- cents per White W--nted-V1l1a.Niagara Vines.Franca Must Lemon be best stock Oneco Manatee county, Via 1-29-41 should. M.send FERRY for it. 6.AddressD. CO.

t bushel. At the same time three a- d cheap. Address, NICOL, care FARMER Repair)"ourold family Bibles. Make then DETROIT. MICH.
pounds of corn meal sold in New, AND'FBUIT-GICOWE1 2-26-* good as new. DaCo-ta Printing and *I'ub i Largest Seedsmen in the world j
House,Jacksonville, Fla.
For-.le-Vatuable', one hundred and 11hlng
York for 25 cents. Labor at the sixty acres.' One mile from depot five from Specialty In Foreign Grape Vines Chas.
same time in the 'Eastern part of' the county site. One-half hammock. seventeen selas Lnttichan best mar et grape and bv
acres cleared. Five hundred grove trees one weeks the earliest In Florida. Write for
country was worth 70 cents per day. hundred bearing. Abundant water. W. G. catalogue., H VON LUTTICUAU. EarletonFLA STRAWBERRIES.We .
There was no apparent reduction in HIQINBOTHAX Blanton, Pasco Co., Fla. It 10-28-181(

f the prices of manufactured products Cassava seed,two dollars a barrel; Spanish>> Tuberose Bulbs. double Pearl good flower make the original Virginia
D. C.
Peanuts two dollars a busheL tag bulb. free by mall, 40 rents per dozen
I of Eastern labor at the time in 'Kan AXDKKSS, Macclenuy. 2-26-St- UUOH BORLAND, Floral City, Fla. 1-29-tt Ventilated Fruit Carriers for

sas. In the West the people'sufer{ d McCartney roses make beautiful,evergreen, Btrawbertles Bessie Alabama, Steven..,. Strawberries and Tomatoes. If
from want of a sufficient price ,for itock'proof hedges. Plants and cuttings for I he kinds to plant for profit In the South
sale )t.OXKILX, Fairbank, Fla., 12-U-let Send for prices. JULIUS SCBKADLXBACU for
their productions, while in the East The Florida Real Estate Journal Arcadia : Grand Bay, Ala 2-5-St you want fancy prices your

the people suffered hunger from a Florida-witn State Map-can be bad for only i Repair your old family Bibles. Make tv''em I Tomatoes, ship them in a No.
those' ten cents. South Florida lands cheap. 2 19-12 good as new Da''osta Printing and Publlsblng -
of sufficient to buy Ventilated Carrier.
want No
wages House,Jacksonville, Fla. 41 or a 42
Only few of those one Tear'pecan trees left.
same products for food. We say' this Order now. Al.o choice roses large size Repair your old family Bible4! Make thenrood Early Strawberries in a No. 34
i is a strained and unnatural conditionof Camelias, all colors. Figs, Persimmons as new. DaCosta Printing and Pub-
appemong'etc. Prices low. D L. PIBB- ishlng House Jacksonville! Fla. or 36 Crate. Catalogues, prices
affairs. In the'Vest they told us BOH, Montlcello, ria. 2,2t Holstein Bull! (To avoid Inbreeding) I will '
I, I boll at II and samples free on application.
it was overproduction in the East LeConte and K'efler pear,fine trees. Peach! tell my thonmzhbred registered
Farm,
they said it was scarcity of corn. Anyone rees NUBSKBY on Marianna,James,Molt.plum roots. 219.2t ORLANDO bargain.Ten MUe,,Hill ROBT.P.L 0.LAMB, 8 C Runnymede l-29-4t Southside Mfg Co.,

of sound''mind can see that 'such' Great"arKaln.ln very desirable real estate Petersburg, Va.
The Florida Real Estate Journal Arcadia, Send for deci lotion and price. J.L.DKBIXUX.,
and
! conditions 'need to be readjusted, 1I'lorld.-wltb State Map-can be had for only Lakeland, Polk county, Fla. 1-22-61 1-1-8t

that, a. day. of reckoning.' must ultimately ten cents. South Florida lands cheap. It

! i ''come. .- Hiawatha. (Kansas) Parties wanting three and' four year-old

nud. LeConte pear trees, purple-seeded pomegranates c
J ,figs,quinces.Marianna plum stocks, or oPARESISS
eo, umbreLla China trees would save money by
buying from first bands. Address. J. HaiBABDKAU.Montlceilo .
Alliance Resolutions.
Fla. 2-19-3 -

At the regular session of theMarion; Wanted-A thoroughly practical English .

*.C&uaty Farmers Alliance and .Indus gardener fruit and vegetable. grower and
lo'tat desires employment. Experienced In
trial Union, held at Hickory:'Springs, f 11 branches of gardening. First-class testimonials. -

,February 17th and 18th, the following Jacksonville. Address, Fla. R. HKHDXB9Oir,It South (CONSUMPTION OF THE BRAIN) THE BRAIS from aIn pboEegroph).

.resolutions were, passed: Healthy Condition.. Wtih Parctit Latent.
Orlando Nursery-SOO Tariff, 400 Mediterranean
We re-affirm. our,allegiance to Alliance sweet 200 Riverside Navels 200 Restlessness a feverish feeling,'sleeplessness,periodic headaches,dizziness,dimness otTffimJ.
embodied, In the Bt. Louis resolutions : remembering names and the faces eYeD of
principle as Dummlt,400 Homoesasa400 Maltese Blood ringing in the ears difficulty in thinking trouble In .
of demands and re-indorsed at the .060 Sweet Grape ,Fruit Villa Franca friends. The victim of Paresis Is often shocked or annoyed by little noises and trifling t&tegs.The .
Oeala convention,with additional OcalA re olaUe. Lemons,Reeves': Mammoth .and other peach ,is often in such condition that very slight causes or even no cause at all,
.,.,and are In tt\vorot electing no man to on ilarianna plum. These are not cbeap nervous system sudden outbursts of anger. A feeling of pressure upon the brain Is frequently
tae fcrtttaie of the United Stales who will notbeforehand trees are as fine as possible to grow them. may excite to of despondency,mental depression alternating with periods of wild,iliative'
pledge himself work for and unqualifiedly 2-19-61 followed by seasons
become ravated.
supp rt the same and use his best JAMBS MOTT. hopes. When the brain begins to consume or decay,many of these symptom s
efforts, have the same enacted Into law. We Berkshire-Registered' for sale at The world seems strange or different,. from what it was in the past,thought 'becomes positive

+ further believe that the agricultural and la- reasonable prices Address, W. A. CHAPMAN effort and life an Intense burden. demanded.And .
is
unusual
bortegetaMes are Justly entitled to,represents Oakland, Fla.. 2-12-2t The system needssoothing, toning and building up. Something
ts ttoi : toe National :Congress,'. and, ire here is where the great difficulty has always been to find something pure and yet positivein
hereey present to our legislators for their t.ve.kleraUon Buy a home cheap! A pleasant home canbe its results. The late Prot Phelps Dartmouth College realized this when he began ate iavestigatlcn -
the name of our esteemed secured oa the installment plan. Nice which resulted in the discovery of Fame's Celery Compound. He knew eaten and
: .Long,and believe In his house and two lots In one of the most pleasant something heretofore unknown to the world and his great discovery: has far-
States ttenate the best locations in the city. Address, CHAS. W. women required cheeks Parcels even after It hu secured a foothold the syMen.
Interests of.oar common: ,country would be DACOSTA,Jacksonville, Fla.! nbbed Taken on It.the ThIs approach compound: or the first symptoms it will positively prevent their 1BeIeue. Its highh! .
served. ., For sale=Choice canned mullet, lib net endorsements br the medical fraternity and'ne cures It Is afFeCting easily account: fr*wcwder-
We hereby these lasireet I fesototlons our Secretary,to our,to legislators torwardaNPJ'ol weight, in lots of,one or more cases f o b. fill popularity and the unusual stir it has caused in this community.

aadte@. let all,eo l9Pl'aezalss4o aty:Aplaaces,tee thai Oeakt meet crAp to Orange each. Address Belt Railroad4, WM. A per; WICKS case of,four. Manager dosen, DIAMOND DYES are Strongest: SimpleR, F....
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GR7 1100 a m 1100 o m fMentlon this Jacksonville Fla.
,and no paper continued after the ex- Ar Rome ET.VAORy Wpm 200am paper.. f
; Chattanooga E T V A G
Ry b W p m 615 a m
plraUoa f of the e'paid for chattanooga C 800pm 515pm 1 roam

'-. ate_ of .. Ar ArBurg1n Lexington 1&C 320am: 230am 301pm JOHN CLARK
Adrertislas application. Ar CIncinnati 0 418 am 3 30 a m 3 ro p m SON & CO.
C "'am 6 .0.m 6 20)p m ,, ,,
REMITTANCE should be made by Check., Ly Chattanooga QA 0 Route 615 P m 1 ro
a m
Postal Note Money Order LTBurdn .I I Lon.Sou.Div. 82:5am: ,810pm
,
,or Registered Letter
Ar Lown11Je Lou.Sou DiY. 1 2:5: a m 115 p m GROCERS S AND tomuioi IHR CHANTS
,to order,of LTRome ET,V&G Ry 155pm 240am ::
Cleveland E T.V&GR7 4 as pm 510am ,
FLORIDA DISPATCH AND FARMER KnoXTllie E T,V&G R7 635pm 755am .DEALERS .
Ar lIorristown E T,V A G R7 810 pm 930am IN- "
AND FRUIT GROWER Ar Paint Rock E T,V A G
BY t 52 p m 1107

.r k onv11le.Fla ArAaheTtUe Ar LY'Hot Paint Springs Rock R&DR7 R R A a:D D R7 R7 118S 1010 9 58 pm pm pm 12 1124 1112 Opm a a a m m m Coal, Hay, Grain, fines, Liquors, Cigars,, Tobacco, Etc;. ', '


f ,_ L Lv Chattanooga a:C Dir. OOPn 710 JACKSONVILLE _
a m ,
JLUO vrturcbb Fence" Machine,lua UULVVUrta Decatur III I &C Dir. 1215am l 11 50 n'a .
byS.H.Garrett,Mansfield, 0.,is in successful Ar HemphtJ ;&0 Div 6 :so a m I 40-D m-

operation In every State and Territory in the OHIO SPECIAL is SOLID TRAIN and carries" Pullman PRICE! LIST nw'WTOTCITCTV.
u.S. No farmer or Mann Sleeper Jacksonville Cincinnati,Pullman parKer.... -. __.
should be without one of ---- .91.70 J Wlaltln aye_;.___

these machines,as the fence made by it li one Sleepers Rome Louiavllle with Chattanooga and Pullman Knoxrllle to to Memphis AsheTllle.Chattanooga, Connects at to Orange tprlmg. Vajley Valley..*,_,..-..__. __.._.__ .5O 2.00 I Old Vi retain: a.nrbon Olaslesi_..._..__.._.__........s.v'4.00
of the best Sleeper arriving Philadelphia :3 5.OO
and or tli Caro
cheapest fences that Ih55( ma CorD...__ 2 50
be ,via
can p m
Harrlsburg. and at Cleveland Kentucky b.ar ft..h..... .
built Write to the above address for wholesale Sleeper, arriving Washington 2JO p m.*via Lynch with Cllf t.tt Club' ...._._......_.__ old sakes.._.___.__: soo a.oo
,prices of fencing material direct burg. Hfontr.se Yelvet.....____.__$0.00.
from
factory to farmer. Chattanooga DAYLIGHT Chattanooga EXPRESS carries to:Memphis Sleepers' Chattanooga Macon to Jigs extra: 1 gallon 25c., 9 gallon 50c., 3 gallon 75c Remit by post office" l

to Cincinnati,Atlanta to Knorrllle and Knozrllle to 'no+ley order, check or registered letter. We cannot ship C. O. D. to dry towns
Hot Springs. Connects at Knozrllle with Pullman A complete price list of Groceries
Sleepers, and Wine list free
arriving New York 120: p.mn T1aHan1lbu ,sent on application.

CNEW'SUBSCRIBERS ONLY.] route RATES,and TO the THE scenery EAST is are unexcelled.as low as by any all rail Tohn rt!1nrk. Ron; & Co.

COMPLETE INFORMATION cheerfully furnished
BIGPremium Apply to Ticket Agents connecting lines,orb. DIAMOND "D
FRANK M.JOLLY WM JONES.
. Dlat.Pass.Agent Tray Pass Agent,
75 W Bay St,Jacksonville Fla. <
B. W. WRENN. CHAS. N. KIOHT, 4cZi : Hardwood Ashes

Offer !! Gen KnoxTllle Pass and Tenn Tkt AgU Asst.Gen.Pass Atlanta.Agt.Oa.,


Rank e..l..l, .ad of the 1is for
quahty .... _
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POULTRY FOOD'fJt4J And Take the Lead Everywhere.

THE They are obtained from mills manufacturing car and I
wbere
< wagon timber and no other
fuel Is used than the best of bard wood. No other brtnd: Is obtained from
sources that In
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i'XORIDA: sure BO uniform quality. A Dollar' Invested in Diamond "D" Hardwood Ashes will buy

more actual plant food than In any other fertiliser on the market. .

Disjatch, Farmer and Fruit-Giower Trade Mark. ACTUAL RESULTS ; I

For one year and a copy ofWhitner's HOLLIB' CANNED MEAT FOR POULTRY That are the outgrowth of experience are more convincing than mere theory based

x Will Make Hens Lay! chemical analysis or a printed formula, hence the grower who baa proven to his own satis upon*,

in Will Make Chickens Grow! lactlonthat pure unleached hardwood ashes will make a I thrifty and productive ,
Gardening Florida grove 01
,._ Aim GOOD FOB MOULTING Fowi4 orchard on the lightest loll,and that,too, for less money than by any other means,will tes
This food is strictly fresh meat,carefully tlfy to the merits of this brand,for he will at once recognize in them the "strongest"&lhu

.2.O0 cooked,ground fine,seasoned and 'hermeti- he ever used.- For prices, ,terms and other particulars,address,

cally sealed in 8-lb cans. Being ground fine,it C. E. DEPUY
;
,
-* can be readily mixed with soft_food,and fed tBtAekbrldge.
Whitner's Gardening in Florida! is a so as to give each fowl an equal hare. Pzio < Michigan.

30 eta per can; $3 per doz. Address HOLLI8 .. .
handsomely printed and bound book of f AGRICULTURAL TOWN OF
DRESSED MEAT .,
A
WOOL CO., 20 North .

250 pages,being a comprehensive? treatise I Boston,Mass. f Mention paper..! McINTOSH! Marion/ Pnnntv Flnrirla. .

on the vegetable and tropical products of J ----

(. Located on Orange Lake, the home of the
native
Florida, by Prof. J. _N. Whitner, A. M. PALE SICKLY rising teventy-flve feet above the lake level. Flourishing orange.orange Rich groves.high hammock Prominent.lands veg"

This book Is much etable shipping point. Well, watered.' Natural
; sought after for its drainage. Railroad, telegraph, post office
practical information. LOOkIIg CILDKI and school facilities. Universally pronounced one of the very beat.l'atlon.ln the State.
An Inspection will
satisfy the most critical. Inquiries may be &addressed to '

$2.00 buys the book and our' subject to SPASMS are mon Uk troubled with S. H. OAITSKILL.Established .
IfH R H The : s the oelebratecl _. .
paper for OHO year. BUnfflO.B.A.FAHNESTOCX'8rfai R
Beenesyeartnaseandn ..0 = 1856. 200 Acres in
Fruit :
(iIITh is certainly a grand offer. Send la dy that Inlttala are B.4..thus avOiding Nursery

.orders at once ONE ACRE UNDER GLASS.

r'!, C. \V. DACOSTA, ,1 I CURE FITS .


.. Jacksonville, Fla. When I say cure I do net mean merely to stop them FRUITLAND NURSERIES .
fora time and then bare them return again. I mean a ,
radical com. I bare made the disease of,BITS, EPILEPSY ?
or FALLING 8ICXNB8S.Uf tady. I AngHta, Geergh.We ;;
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: warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases. Because
others han failed is no reason for not receing
now a
\ !: care. Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of Roses, Palmsetc.offer for Fall. suited and winter!'. Florida.delivery an Immeme stock of Fruit and'Ornament*! trre...
, "my infallible remedy. Gfrre Express and Port Office Also a superb stock of Evergreens All the near IVticbes lately) originated.' .lu Florida.
O a. G. ROOT fll. C. 183 famellfas. Greenhouse plants etc. ,
The JEWETT & Pearl SU, N. rFRUIT Our products have been tested in.Floilda for tLlrty-three '
DWIGHTCO. No Agents. years pa t. Catalogue free.'
MANUFACTURERS AcllreH '

A 'l"PIN0Ajl. PERr, RATED TAGS. 1G OUTFITS P. J. BRRGKMANS
a etatr ,
PLIJ"oJ' nRlH.tED. e.- ,
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CINCINNaTNI'
PI&Y CT10] .tr.c0. .
liquid autonnUiiUfrUl aad r Augusta, Ga..
tpny 10O tre per h .r. W"plM
.. Six days earlier the n *ea th*Bftrkti tail MMM three
r any rsrleiv te ted at toe Dew and improved marhiatt,laclBdlof a.ew SPRAY YOUR :FRUIT
f Aghcuit'l Ex. Grounds 1C aap ek Bprmyer for Tliwyard aad Nm+erlee. TREES AND VINE8Cherrtaa .
: at Otnera N.Y. Color Alt*an im roved Hor.fpe.er A poentoe at low prie*. Clre-
- greenish*bite pull Itn FgKE.yiELj>FORCE Pt1 1 P M.1..oke..tIt.YEVAPORATOR| Wormy Fruit and Leaf Blight of A ,Plum Car-
tender tweet ana de- 'culla jarevented s by s POTATO with PPtf T [o. -
: lh iour. The 011J71rf'1P8 cfr1 PuMP J. GRAPE Hd ROT 7 using EX
" that ranks first both ID SACK SPII..AYEJI. also Injurious insects 0
l earliness and quality manta OoosebemeaTRaspoerriec and %*&> svasrropBa,
Lath vine sealed with :w n Strawberries. PERFECTieshowingainHjarioos .
, CUT irpifieted trade* THE ZIMMERMAN A 0- DPJU -
; mart label. Send for _-__ raseetttofruitma l 1led ft ee.
a- AllO Pisllf S'f1 MsWhtslff t= Lanra
clrcutar. >!Tiu lunut r Itl formal Isn. Agents wanted t"E r.r.ri & alooJc of Fru1 It Trees,Vines and,Berry Plants Bottom

Address tPHier ftOYrs bO iS, New Canaan, cc.r TJIEBJ.YJlX&1BelCwe ; .,.me..... .. Ad4iM.'W..,., Vt.,Q>Is4yf' Prle..k.

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FKBBUIBY 26,;1891. ] FLORIDA; :DISPATCH, .FABMER AND. .FRUIT-GROWER. 177

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ROGERS'GRODPOFSTATOARY '$60. V 'y $60. PLANT BED CLOTH. The New Tomato --, ?"

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., Cheap" Kabstltate for glass on hotbeds, From Canada OUGHT to be extra early,and .

THE BEST IRRESPECTIVE OF PRICE. cold frames,etc. Three* grades, Light,Medium as such is sent out The reports of the ex-
''&ui and Margtlrita.It Heavy. perimental stations speak highly of J it, and

A NEW GROUP.r BICE I 12. numbers testify to its earliness, productiveness

For Florists, Gardaners, To- large size, roundness, rich color and

Faust sees Mar- V bacco Growers etc. freedom from rot. Per packs, 15 cts; five
for 60 eta. Yon will find it only In my seed

.jurite for the first Protects from frost, promote* hardy vigorous catalogue,which will be sent FREE to any
growth. Wilt nut ohrlnk or mildew. body.
time as she is walking I I J. J.H. GREGORY&SON,

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I in the street and w Marblehead Mass...

accosts her saying: "

"1''-,A vain, may I thus make free Day Line--St.Johns River?

To offer you my arm and,company?" For sale by leading dry goods house,seeds Except '
Sunday
She replies as she leaves him : men,florists. etc. For circulars and samples
.. >ipply STR.ELIZA HANCOCK leaves Jacksonville
I am no lady,am not fair
t NATIONAL WATERPROOF FIBRE CO., foot Main 8k,at 2 p.m.for Hlbernla,:Magnolia,
Can wlihout escort home repair.
Green Cove Spring, Picolata Federal Point
,
27 South St.,New York, N Y.
.An illustrated Catalogue of all the Orange Mills and Pa1a ka. Leaves Palatka
Agents wanted.
,
k groups now published will be mailed Also 7a.m., connects at Green Cove Spring for
waterproof covers from 2J%cents per
on receipt of 10 cents. : iqnare foot Me'roseand! Santa Fe.Arrlvt sat Jacksonville

The group will be delivered free of J. J., CALHOUN, '&, CO., 12:*), p. m.,assuring tally connections forthe
North And West. E.V.II. POST Gen.
I AgL,
railroad station T. V. MUNSON: ,
expense at any on re- SXCXiUSIVV DEAI4JRS E., EBBETTS, On Board

ceipt of the catalogue price. NURSERYMAN: r. ;W Bay St.


14 wl8]ib: S.New'York. NATIONAL TYPEWRITER rhe introducerof the great and good _
Barker l.arle Mrnwb>, HORTICULTURALSUPPLIES.
Brilliantampbell _

.Important to Melon Growers ,I AND SUPPLIES, ilernmit Jaeger GRAPES.Will WU .JJ :,1da

52K. West Bay Street, itltmw". It WEST Alt LEST
mall hit valuable catalogue of tried HORTICULTURAL TOOLS and other rap.phe -
PLANT ONLY PURE SEED. Southern fruits free. Address Oar Spariol Circular describes them all. Sd
.
?LORTDA.'N4
ACXBONVILL1C.
for it ft M, Send aim for oar CDCC Send lOo.8pial .
I can supply Melon Growers,' with T. V. MITN ON, Denlsan,Tpxas Poultry Spply circular r ft CM tot moot
Please m ration this paper 1 41.( complete SKE1 CATA LOU U established.
stock Watermelon Seed, of all d"L
pure
::1 CS +tLJti GQ+ JOHNSON & STOKES,
ttandard varieties, my own growth, at -.c..c..o. ;;. !: SIT aa4Sl Market*** ftaila4ol *la.Pa
,...: .::::.....:i
lowest market. prices. "."._..+kIt a j.0.4; 0 5 u> "I Do HfmfiwrWorks

To those purchasing seed of me, I .g CSS.=.E .:.::i.i a f2 1It!!! !! FAVORITE: SINGER..
II
j ... NEW HIGH ARM.
0 O .. MACHINE.
.
will furnish fu 1 particulars as to plant- Q.:.=. an shown in cut wit
='gauV: .cI .. ,pef-ettlnr!
i t gfertilizing, cultivation, etc. .. 1 '20c ? threading *ht
Address, ;,Eoti.0_CC.:>> on geticawU' : achin
W. M. GIR,\nore \u 3:t"xoti.: cc. f eitherSTl1NDINGTIMBER \18tyte I'AVO Ca
of Sent
$25. on
= on
! 1-1-41 MonLICe1lo! Fill _t.s:=" A"gca STUMPS.Will .. :5 years.
....---o.:
SEWING ACHUIE CO
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III a .5.Q'O( = poll an or ,
NEW KODAKS. !alb:! o3.QOma.... dlnary Grub &- We pay Freight. Philadelphia wm
h in i*(MIMUTW
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........u ogdw E-0'.J....C2. :1t t tof

-:Jhaopmp; : : ;;; tw*Acre at a Ittin*.A ma,a boT tad.horse cu operate
f' .._"' "' It. No heavy Chain or rod to handle. Tb.crop en a few ae
:"= acres the flnt year will pay for the Mrnchlo*. It will only oat Z A
You press the .: i eSof. you a portal card to send for so Illustrated Catalorvt. rtrlaf S
price, terms and tmtlmonialt. AddreM the lUnnfietarvr o ?
.. : fowaxb
g_ JAMES MILNE & SON, SCOTCH DROVE, IOWA.VAUGHAN .
button ::: I ::5!.:ae.e mm ,

.' c:::dad, 0.d.0.S ]...s
... t. ...tpblda e"eod
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we-do the"rest. --: C :::.. .. :- o_....; 0
1 'tf" ="fIl";;
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SenD Jew Myles sad Sized ... cc..C= d f'aI. W
aeamp.O iimbA
AL&lOAUKD riTll Transparent Films. m """Il'I'S'f-
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..., ..411.!!! ._: ._IEf f."S...c.=
For.sale,by.all Photo. Stock Dealers.. _.... -:: IS,: c::.
rJ ti: &I 5CN sCl 't' ME l rp
'''Cc) md A ?
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THE EASTMAN C-MPANY- \' 0"IIS .. ----"'wo. armor for a
..u-c"-. ," CS=,=.0 .s
Ni
Send for Catalogue. ROCHESTER) .N.Y. ... ""w asw.-cam: -zdoon; $a = Zffi

"I .;:c.0 { i vTO t:

t GEO... S. HACKER '&; SON I ((1)u! ;:;!i I:c.-.:.:.....! .5..u!I:

> Lt.0ac3'' ': ":S i mmad.bldt' >A pamphlet of information and abvstractof -/ < Qr AONLYL
-MANUFACTURERS OSw -- .c !.2J ... fit1 the lawsshowing flow to
:
... 'tS q !rIJ Aie Q be o Obtain Patents, Caveats,Trade
.. = Marks, Copyrights, tent free.MUNN 7
tu
= giSi a lddras & CO.
LV ..c: =: mE'0pHU C Nsogip<< :; w .361 Broadway.

= ..... .. ._. .aow i ..".=,'tS g.:. a New Y.rk. !
V c:::.s gt: C1 J OI

UJ. A.c bo.Od A.oa tIIJ,. c-"Cc ""f'a. ill:1I 7 ODI
yt .
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b ...Q p :. .,.EMoa. tTz
E F 1ooI Body And Eiad, Beets
taef."cs; 1: .cI_o'omw:::!. 1- :
0 Pq. .u.iB 'e=:3ora9 flew ii Alar:ona
b the tot MV 4rtttk nElI.lSDCTKIXfrBDOBGA8: riUT8UFAODr.k .
0C carltarlet/ .. ""Jal(."lr ..fklliair I10SS-TRI1TJIMT-Denefile I.a day
now before tapublic. Jen testify from to ftUtee tad F.relga C at.Trl"I)...
iMcriBtl'e/ anattsmd proof*aifcM{ (..t..d)frww
o .aA ... CONSUMPTION.Ihareapodtira perhaps Toe Intend are Wrens ERIE Mauiwu. CO., BUFFALO,N.Y.

.o ..= ts : remedy for the above disease;by its ing to bay Seed
"a- wont kind and of lone Potatoes this Spring,
asN UM thousands of eases of the POTATO PECANS.
is filth and if JOB are. why
taadmc hare bees cured. Indeed so strong my
.
v net b r the beet with
\ ia its efflcacy.that I wDl send TWO BOTTLU raKiwith. sew and rlgoreat lift T Lnrge j.n's for seed. Also, pecan trees
.And Puilding Material. VALUABLE TREATISE on this diMue to addres any an! Ou Catalogue very complete &II farm Iee4I. FUEE.TlUOHilN'S ready for the grove J
Ifewrwhowfll sendmetheirBZpressadP.O. Box 68S CHICJ.GO.PATENTSTHOHARP.HIMPSON .
SEED STORE, ,
B'' A. Slocnm, M. C., 181 Pearl St. N. Y; Large Foper-shell Pecan mil
CHARLESTON, S. c.
Specialty.Pecan I-
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I I teuntil ants, $1 1 per pound; ooeuyear-old

DEAFNESS Patent obtained Write for Inventor'* trees,tUaCh- .
W. R. STUART
Guide Ocean )(1...
'Ii 12- 5-2t Springs,

ITS CAUSES AND CURE, The Garrett Picket&Wire Fence Machine O. PERRIE HAVENS,

I Scientifically treated by an aurlst of worldwide E1 .Weaves to the posts.A universal -

reputation .Deafness eradicated and BUGGIES HARNESS i PRICE I f use.favorite.Garaat .Taoasa&ds.in d.Freicbtpaid. Leading Photographer':

entirety cored,of from 20 to S.lyeurs'standing, Agents are report- .
any nirt t frm FACTORT.. sate MIDDLFMEN'S S in? big sales. Machines. f;.
alter all other treatments have fulled. How rflt. A 90.00 LEATHER M TOP BDC6T.Steel III Wire etc., at bolesale Of the State. Estimates OD. ,
the difficulty !I. reached and Ih-: cause. removed :%Irk Tire.Hl'ki7 WkeelfcWarrMiei S45.5Q; direct from factory to
fast. W r>a, $U.IUJ. S Mam Op" JI.rlTt>a..I. Farmers where I have co :' :"
,fully explained in circulars with affidavits laa Cart.I9.BO. A,good 810 Brngcr Eancu,,..... agent. Catsiognefree. Ad. VIE.,iyH3 <.
dress the manufacturer. ._-
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and of Vures from proml- i '
testimonials U.B.BUGGY AND O,Alfr Co.,
meat people,mailed free Clnolnnati, Ohio. S. GARRETT, MANSFIELD, OHIO. Up to 18x22: : given on appl1 loD. .124teaI

Bv A.BBNTAIINE,19" East Hth St.,N.T.

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178_. FLORIDA DISPATCH: FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER.. [FEBRUABY 26, 1891
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THE LEADING FURNITURE HOUSE OFTi-iE STATE. \.

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(: LARGEST STOCK SOUTH OF BALTIMORE. .

Corre 40 Latest Designs in Parlor and Bedroom Suites in Antique Oak
8 O$ Walnut and Imitation Hall Stands
deJilce'C' 7' Mahogany, Cherry, ,
SOlICIted. :: Js BedLounges., Willow, Reed and Rattan

Goods, Desks of all Kinds and
4 0 i
/ wE SELL ANd iifc Styles.
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YOU THE BEST
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GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY.'J ACKSO ... 1

.! HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL KINDS.Carpets NVILLE = .r
I :LA. .
Mattings, Curtains, Window Shades, Hanging Lamps, China and f
Crockery Sets, Tin Toilet Sets, Mirrors, Curtain Poles and Brackets. "

Hotels Boarding Houses, Ships Steamers, Offices and Private Residences Furnished from Top to Bottom.

V When writing,please mentJhla, paper.



LITTLE BROTHERS FERTILIZER AND PHOSPHATE. CO',. .

Jacksonville Florida. -
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Dealers in .and Manufacturers of High Grade Fertilizers:


Orange' Tree and Truck .Fertilizers. Cotton and Corn Fertilizers. p
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An Grades of, fertilizer: Materials: on Hand at JLowowt Market Prices.

M
.e manufacture all our own goods at South Jacksonville. Our fertilizers are made from the best materials.
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have recently' purchased the factory and good will of the South Florida Fertilizer Co., at Orlando; Fla.

-- : 1I . J. ALEX. LITTLE Secretary an i Treasurer,

.4 __-,. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
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VEGETABLES.: ORANGES.
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Jradlej's Vegetable Fertilizer.. Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer


Fish and Potash. ." Bone and Potash. .

"Pure i Fine Ground Bone '
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Ground''Bane.
Dry E for your Garden. PLANTS for your Lawn.
Sulphate of Potash. C. SEEDS) WHERE to get the best Seeds and fresh ones? WHEREto
get the new-Plants and good ones? This must be decided. Which
..r'Cobacco Fertilizer, Sea Fowl Guano, Patent Supernhosphate of (o Lb of the new and'famous are worthy,and which of the old are better,you

.J Lime, Muriate of Potash, Nitrate\ of Soda Kainit, &C. t/II ST Goo eo should Colored know.Plates,We and print REASONABLE an Illustrated descriptions.Catalogue with As to Photo-Engravings its completeness,,

t1 CAOI PAID we Say IT TELLS THE WHOLE STORY,for the GARDEN, LAWN
3S CIS.' and FARM. Free.. Vi.ffer'tine cneetku .f TiLt Is SEEM,83 Uifc.for$1.00f!
BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO. .WITH 6uVAU ve-: JLUTL9 rest Ipedattto,$l.001LAWEt; SEEM,20 kit for 60 cti.j r the three fr $I.Z.
,IBOElTO < HAN'S SEED STORE. ,88 Stat. SL, Box 688, CHICAGO.*

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Branch Office, AUGUSTA., Cog

W. J.POLLARD, Gen'lJauager.! OSCAR-E.HOLAN, Fla. Salesman. GRAPEHVINESattrrwmMTm.

_. Correspondence Solicited. .
..-**. L.inn '. !1'net T.g.JIUBBABB C0. ).U.lI.L
TREES TREES TREES !

PILES FOREVER CURED.

: GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES If you suffer with any form of this terrible
j loathsome disease and desire to get cured
G. L. TABER, Proprietor, Glen 'St... Mary, Fla. promptly, permanently and cheaply, use
Turkish Electric Ointment. Immediate re*
250,000 Trees, 200 Varieties. 411; home. grown. It will pay you to tieL! Action,cool and southing. If fa theonlyremtdyinhewoildandcurestbeworstctues
write to us befere purchasing elsewhere.-. .Send for catalogue and price list. .
Special prices on large lots. :_ :. in existence. Sect by mull rn receipt of oae
dollar-no free samples. We mean business
Don't hesitate,but remit at once,and address
PEARS FOR PROFIT IN THE SOUTH. 300,000NIAGARAsBUD plainly, TURKISH PHARMACY ..o., Albion,
ILLUSTRATED LIST FREE. Mich..
Jennings Nursery Co.,. .
villa;Ge rffla.HmtetUd CUTTINGSroB
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.. 65,000 Very choice Niagara grape roots.Tnn

These cuttings are all from bearing TInea. DIRECT SALES.
Five-bud cuttings of Niagara
"OSEOOD"'SCALES All orders must be In by December 1,1890. -ATTxanovr Fatnr AJTO YEOKTAJBLK OBOWKU ,000 grape for sale cheap.
92.50 1,000. Orders of and .
10,060
per upwards :The No.9 CuUw y,4-fe t wide at$1X50::cub wits
matured
;25 per cent..discount. order. full clock In warebotue. Send for circular Both from old baring vines.wen '
wood and warranted true to name. Y :
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TON 535 HA nas, YOUNG" BAILEY, STAUNTON MILITARY ACADEMY for, In South Florida.r.
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.w. aa1SNN Pioneers of Grape Culture In South Florida, young C. I. PAGE,: -: .J
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.' :Time: i '53 to 55 hours' between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia

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"". Between. Jacksonville and New York: lit class, &60; Intermediate,$19.00; Excursion H&fiO
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Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin S27.00: Intermediate,$+1.00; Excnr8lon.f47.30; Steerag ,$l4.Z
THE Magnificent Steamships of Company are appointed to sail as follows:

t New York, Charleston and Florida Lines. FROM. SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK., S ,,-

Central or 90 o Meridian Time.) ,

The magnificent Steamships of' this Line are appointed NACOOCHEE. Cant Smith u_ ..... ....... ..._ ? Monday Mar. 2- 9 30 a m ,....,.,.,
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. Burg......... ..Wednesday M 4- lI.3)p) m
to sail as' follows: CITY OF AUGUST\. Cant Catharine .u........ ... .?..... ....Friday, .. 6- 200p m
1r'-. smSPAKflrZM6.) TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher ..... ... .. ...... _-.Saturday, 7- 3.01) P rn
1 ( From KANSAS CITY, Capt Kempton ".,U .. r__ ... Monday. 96.00 m
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From New York ,SIK- 1 \MER aack.n'vitle CHATTAHOOCHEE. rapt Daggett-............ ....... .. ... Wednesday.NACOOCHKR. It lJ- 03. pm
PIer 29,LR.. ) Flor da. Capt. Smith ,. .............. . . ... ....Frld y. 137.'Ua m
Monday Jan 38th. at! P. "ALGONQUIN" Sunday, Feb. JRf, at 9:00A )(. CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. ..;.... .... .... .... ... Saturday. U- 7.00p m
Wednesday,'Jan. 281 h; at 3 p. M.....'CHEROKEE".. Tuesday Feb. 3d, at 11:00A.M. CITY OF AUGUSTA, apt.Catharine......... ......' H Mondav" 18- 1o.Wa m
Friday Jan. .3)th) ; t3P. M.2d .."YKMA8SEE".Thu Iday, Feb. 5th, at 12 Noon. TALLAHASSEE Capt Fisher. -.._-....__..... -:.I .Wednesday. .. J8- 12.80 p- m
Monday. Feb. at S p.8EMINOLE"... Sunday Feb. 8th, *t 4:00A. ac. KANSAS'CITY Capt. Kempton ...... .... ..._tV... ......Frld&7.II 20330 pm
Wednesday"eb' 4th, at S p. x.6th .."DELA WARE". Tuesday Feb. Dth, at 5:00A.M. CHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt. Daggett........ .......:..TTT... '..Saturday, It Jl- 33Jp m
Friday. Feb '' at S P. M. IROQUOIS" Thursday, Feb. 12th, at 7 A. M; NACOOCHEE. Capt.Smith .. ...................... .. .. Monday .. ZJ- 430pm
Monday Feb Oth at 8 P. X. r G NQUIN" "radav, Feb. 1Mb, at 9:'0 A.M.Wedne.dayMeb CITY OF BIRMINGHAM,Capt. Bar..... ....:...........r..Vedne6day: 2b5 Mpm
llth, at 3 P. M.:.. CHEROKEE".. 4y, Feb. 17th, at 11OOA.M. CITY OF AUGUSTA. CapU Catherln.........._........ ........ Friday. It ZT- 6.30 am
Friday, Feb. 13th, at 3 P. M.,."YEM AS8EE": Thursday, Feb. 19lb at 1 P. x. TALLAHASSEE.Capt. Fisher....................................Saturday.. 28- 7.30 P m
Meaday", *eh. iftth, at 8 P. -8EMISOLE". "In' day Fen 22d, at 1.0P. KWH KANSAS CITY Capt.. Kempton....,..... ............ ,..........Monday A 3)- 8.0Jp m
98a.Feb. l&tb, at 8 p.M. ."JUOQTTOItoTd d Y. Feb. 24th, *t 4:00 A M. .
Friday Feb. 2Mb, at 3 p. M. 'ALGONQUIN*' Thursday Feb. 26th, at 6:00 A. v. FOR BOSTON. .
Feb. 2Sd, at 3 ..."CHERO EE".. Mar. 1st, at 8:00A.M.
W Monday erda7.t"flb. 26th, at S P.'x."YEMASSEE'P M. .. Tuesday Sunday Mar. 3d, at 10 A. xFriday GATE PITY. CapU Doane .................. ...... ................Tuesday.. Mar. 31000 a m
Feb. '27tb, at 3 P.-M. .."8EM INOLS':.. Thursday, Mar.. 5tb, at 11:30 A. MSt CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. Googlns................._...Saturday 7800p m
CITY OF MACON, CapU Lewis. r.. ........_r._.. ...Wednesday 11d 0)p m
GATE CITY,Capt. Doane..Bundey. : 15900 amI
CITY O* ... ............ .. Thurnday.. 19- 130pm
Johns River Line. I CITY OF 8AVANNAHtC'aPLOOgln.-. ..... _....... ....Monday. .. 23- 4 3J p m
GATE CITY. CapLDoane. .---_...................... ._..Friday.. 27- C St p m
I CITY OF.SAVANNAH Capt. Googins.............. ..._ ...,Tuesday, I. 31- 9.(0 a m

For'Sanford. ,, ,Enterprise and, Intermediate Points on--the'.St. FOB PHILADELPHIA.
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DESSOUO,Capt. Asklns ,............._.........._.......,..Wednesday. Mar..
,..- .,\ .;..-.. .. .. The'Elegantlron. Side-Wheel Bteamers ; '. DI:88OUG.!: CapL As kins........._...................................Monday.M It
'. DE8SOUG, Capt.Akin..... ......___.... .....................Thursday M :4- 5.00 p
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Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway(Waycross Short Line)offer
: FBEDY.C. : :DEEAEYOapt. ; to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line
T. W. LUND Jr., Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to pil paT points North}East and Northwest .
via Savannah. For Inform ioTand rooms apply to
ro Are appointed. to sail from Jacksonville, dally except. Saturday, at 3:80 p. m.,. and from J. P. BECKWITH, General Agent, 11. R. CHRISTIAN Rol1citlnr Agent
.a 71 West Bay Street,.Jack80nv1Jle. 71 West
Sanford,dally except Sunday, at9 a. m. Bay Btreet Jat'kllOD"fUle.
R. L.WALKER-Agent. C. G. ANERSON Agent
New PIer No.85 North River New York. City Exchange Building Savannah. G-
SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE:; ,' .. 'NORTHBOUND.Read RICHARDSON'do BARNARD Agents Lewl& Wharf, Boston.
Read Down. Up. W. L. JAMES Agent. S.Third Street:: ,PhiladelphiaJ. _
Leave 8:80r. x ...........: ........,... ...Jacksonville .......;;.h..Arrlve 11t5'p. M. D. HA8HAGEN J Eastern Agent. SAV.. FJa..& Weste y. Co.,251 Broadway. N. Y.
u' 8COP. M..................: ._......:..Pal.tka '.. ....... ,............Leave 7:00P.II. G. M. SORREL Gen. Manager. W. E. ARNOLD Gen v. Agt,JacksonvlHe, Fla
** '1:30A.if. .,...,..... ...........,.........A&tor::"-. ..... : ...: 2:00 p M. For Tickets apply to S F. A W. Railway omce.ESTABLI9HED.
2:46.A.x........:................,..... St. Francis ...r._....V..l/ ...... 12:45 p. M.
u 5:00A.M... .............:.....:. .,..BeresfordM ......................... 11:45.1.)1.
6GOA.x: ..... .-................ e. Bine Sprints '. ...................... 44 JlooA.X / 1WIL1LL
Arrive 8OOA.K........S........,........ .Sanford .. .. ....::.............. 9.-OOA.M.
9:15A.M. ..................... .... .En erpr1ae....j......w .,?............. 9:30A. M.-
Also Steamer EVKROUIDK ((freight only) from Jacksonville for Astor Mondays Wednesdays
v and Fridays at 6 p. M. Returning, leave Astor Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays : : LM A.. tJ tj, '".'
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M.General WHOLESALE '
p. Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay Street.

F. JHf'IR6KJH0XGER. Jr., Fla. Pass. A gent,88 West Bay St..Jacksonville Fla
Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
W. F.' OGi EN FAY Traveling Passenger Agent 83 West Bay St.,Jacksonville. Fla. ,

.4 JT. O. PEL.OT,:Frt. AgL,on wharf, foot Hogan Jacksonville,Fla.
J0HIN L. lie WARD, Fla.: Frt. Agent, toot Laura Rt.,Jacksonville, Fla.
z 20 WET BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLA
J. A. LESLIE, Bupt, foot Laura 8U,Jacksonville,Fla. ; ,

MARSHAL CJLYBE Assu Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green, New York. -

THBO.: ,G.:,EGEN,Traffic Manager,5 Bowling'Green. N. Y. I HANDLE ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE SEEDS. A COMPLETE STOCK Oh

{ WM. p CLYDE & CO., Genl Agents, :1 .
Hay Corn Oats Flour BranWheat Grits Meal'
IS Sevtk Wharves, Philadelphia.. A Bowling Green, K. ,1. _

COTTON SEED MEAL, Both Bright and Dark.

i I Williams & Clark) Fertilizer Co.,

BTATE AGENT,FOR PURE GROUND BONY, .

;: J. E. Tygert Ce.'s
NEW irons:
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: NITRATE BODA,

..n :Branch Office, No.' 729 Reynolds St,' ,Augusta. ,, Ga Star GUABAKTBED Brand Fertilizers ANALYBIL MURIATE OF POTASH,


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SULPHATE POTASH
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;. Americus Orange Tree Fertilizer, .. .
market and trial will convince.
These Fertilizers have no superior the a
.- Americus -Orange Tree, No 2, ( .. ,; ;

.. .! Americus Ammoniated( Bone Superphosphate: ,; '* ORANGES., ,LEMONS.

/. .:Aiericus Pure Bone Meal. Amejicus Bone and Potash, POMEGRANATES I TALB-IGONDBSBBIES BAN4.NA8.PINBAPPLB8.

\ .l:' ,- r Americus Strawberry Fertilizer FJG G ltEACDE8.t., ,. Tropical and Subtropical. S AVOCtDOPEARS', .'

3' Americus Sutohate! of Potash LOQUAT3 _OLIVES, j GUAVAS 'f'l'
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d \ ," Tlorida Vegetable:' Fertilizer. ORIENTAL AND f: Liberal Dealing BOSM'RX8lU8I.: ; $t
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terBABMm: :: C.- 'F.'Winton, Mandarin .FIA..l Dr. H.'Knight, Bellevlew, Fla.; M.; X.hMB. PERSIMMONS.NUT TREES,, \; W. G. TOUSEY Prop'r, CACTI VINBfl, '
".. ;uwcrannn.;Pte.; M. H.GodfreT"Mlaneota, 'la.r,4liressal4 ,ETC.,,,ETC.LIMES. f BAMBOOS.! ETC.PALMS. .
oeto.Ii.LI"8 CLARK. FERTILIZER.Lc VALRICO, BILLS BO ROUGH CO..,FLA. .. .
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"ancl 'done, Dark and; Bright ,Cotton Seed Meal; ,* ,


,!Bure dine Ground ,Bone, '. .:'. Linseed :Meal, \ *' :;f ,

Animal Bone and PotaSh, Tobacco Stems, 1 '

Blood, Bone and potash, Canada Hardwood :As hes ''Chicao'0 :

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Bone Meal, Sulphate .

t c::>, ran.Ke: !Tree ,Food, :Ge arLn.a-: ; Tre'el : '

-'C3]? : 1ge.., Tree Food: TSTcxuLns: 'Tree., '

'Vgetb1e; aLd. :Jo"ta Grower. ;

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NURSERIES DARLING'S COMPLETE FERTILIZES; I 5

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Made Expressly for the FRUIT AND TRUCK GROWERS .

A % Mllwaukee-Floda:: << Orange Company.' theB. __ _
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:' p'HqicEBT.Strains of Dlstlncollkietles of Citrus Fruit Trees a specialty. 'Our stock Southern Offices and Warehouses CKBONVILLE.FLA. ,
v/" Large and complete. Prompt non to correspondence.. For catalogue and price.ll,11 l lc W...H. :.MACOMBtttS; General.Sales Agent ,Bostwick Buildli?.,
siddreea A. L. ntlNCAN. Manazer. DU edln. FUI. Our Fertilizers have given Universal Satisfaction the'pact season. Bend fur Catalogue.
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,; S'A' 'L"'IER' .NOITHER
GROWING VEGETABLES S. CROWN,

ARE THE BEST
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My White Bonanza Oat took the .m rleru 4Qrfcufgrits '
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( CBI Sts.POTATOES CHEAP*, '
Oar the ned ever Send eta. {
toe same or 8 eta. for aa Grain Sample*, or 6 cbL foi ,
'! : ': my new 17.dayAcme Baofeh and rwtxsir' Catalogue tree.. '.?'.,__.-.,.. .". '.'...... ::iq:f: .
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and their verdict. Is ..that"-, .-of....;a.:hundred. -" laboratories' and. 16 pkp.&elan'Flower Seeds.postpaid 5Oc.' "AC'hfE,"t 1i4 u w,17-def; : ,
all the rude Imitations! ;.which: the combined chemical JOHN A."SALZER.LA CROSSE" WISCONSIN. '
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defit IProf. 8t,Vff Johnfonyof the CODa. Experiment Sutton,,*.. *... ''. '-, t ._

1 ,sajs:: ".':-The fact "i;a manufacturer:can. compound.a fe.rUJ zer ". .-. 1- ;
Loan i
Association
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.c that wllt'valee''well,and yet-give a very poor substitute for
: .'.,":; rtally' high''.class m1i jSfe' 'Many 'bone.'manures, ,' ''ground; ;'. :'L, :,>'p.>

:, .,.. "i''bones,1 ere.'have been- Jfeely J '>adulterated> with'ht rlor.. ., ,., Andy Own a Home.. .'" '.. .. :
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The terms of this Association'have never been equalled l Iri Florida.::: It offers terms that .+
< yfi: .' <'.phosphoric acid as)In,,rock, petrified bone, phosphates of In-: .'., "*. .. should eoable every man to,Instead of paying rent to a lanlIord.. have. same sum pay for
-. the has' been same property in a few years It offers best terms to '.v>* .; .<-* .
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1 F;::; "*t ,;y 04 tioB. analyi-.. or valuation On the contrary the flgaredl tt t-,.:...: STOP A; MQRTGAGiVV. l .f" "
'-:"" :t"valtatlon8 1d'ed'.the unscrupulous manufacturer In cut- Write,for particulars,to the above named Association I L*?:!t:: i*'' "," '

t -. .. ..tag unde :''e.and superior article."' -... ... 5 Everett ,Block, Jacksonville! Fla, ;. \ #'

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UNEQUALLED INTone .'
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:-.:: A.. M.-BONDeacral- .. Agent, : ,Touch,Workmanship: i.DurabilityBaltimore. ;' r

; .22 and 24' East]ialtiitioie t Street.* "
': : -. 5O West Bay Street, JacksGHVille, Fla. '; New York, U8 Fifth Ave. '
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( Orange
: Placed in Southern Homes since WJft TweBtyJean*
ImecM8fu1truiu T AMSDEN .
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flooded with
Ke4eeted siralas+ of Choicest Vari '.. -f TP .SELL:NOT JO ,USE EAST COAST FOULTBX r>> /.
:* :Budding-Wood'for sale at all times.. bit tbM **
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Fourteen varieties of and
Our. Bteefc..large aad complete.. PROMPT ATTENTION. TO CORR aPO DENOE. ForCatalogue i Oar Instrument lead the world: Oar Prices.JSS8. t:= i '
.,. : .. .. ':- than faetoriea.. greatest Terms! -.Badert.and we 1etbodellair'eet.Ipdue.menta pay'n'eMhC' v Iedtaaaalne5. i 'Imper j
r and Prlce-LIst, addi ess, Write fur Free Catakcnea and CireoUra exptafctnt'foHy ,
-all in plain print..>Eaiy to boy from na J:,JI $;" Bronase' T ,4'K>

',' :.A.. U_. DUNQAH t. 'Manager, Dunedin,. FJa.GROW '. lUDDENiBATEOL i Po '1U.'Pllea of.11 lCisdit.,....A postal, .}
Southern Music House, Q T eaM:for ray neW. l1Ialt..MII..80.ind 4 '
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V foe them ablpptoK them Acre..af Class.If ,
'. :' you reap JUte Hoses you are bound to evens }l-lttinj: )/oong inen tor the'aclive dudes;of lilt:. I
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