Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00173
 Material Information
Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00173
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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'O' ,.:: 'FOR.SALE., ;: ;' ?: D'OKE.E: S. E'llIL: LI NURSERY. Y._ ,i

r' y ',One and one-half xatl_finm rul'1&one. *\/* .., (Only 300 yards from depot.)
Thousands of sweet seMlings, two to firs years
feklfmile from Alafla river.*JW'bearing trees old from'seed directly: from the famous Tucker
-" .in'firet oGMe ebadi44o,1b Jo'. 8y arx:.old. .1 n1o flew"I Insecticide! ;"The. odorless Bug-Klller/Ma'sure.deathto.ctttwor! ns, tomato bugs, 'Srore.lees and Splendid otherwise.selection Maltese of budded trees,, thorn: ...
Good water,heaWhyJIooallty.. Tract contain-. _lIq':1.hbup! : ,cucumber bugs,cabbage,:worms, aphis, potato nm x,eta .?>,? I.Washington Navel, Tangerine Peerless;d.Sweet.Ja&a, Rnjmooa
r lal19 screw:_.Address, P..MnPsrnFla. AftequUyftestIng the claims otlhte newinsecticid. i e 1 a'rs Eeeured theapncy of It for J Sweet and others? The last named Is a new fend
splendid and'lWeeL Our
Variety early prices are
r + the 8ta te Of Florid*,'and rec mm nd into every"ojjq'tronbledwith) Insec't: %;.IS NOT.. ;
| P8.m'z.I ;; the.lowest. Try p*and you will lurchaie.;
RL A KE' & R P'Li&X.r.;: ; ". i .A POISON In ave pound boxes, at Z cent per 0011..rTry.ltv..: "* .a *.-: JLddreas,1 Care'E.;;A""F.l.Uj.'J.; C.EUerslle' \,..NEB,Pasco,Kananr Co..7bu .J

: :AGENTS J 'Send: for our latest catalogue of seeds\ / /'r >.ifs* :t', .** .
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r_ Priiee'-'ftfinllAA.I"J Catalogue*of.Weekly-.. <. fale+'...... 't*famished w;:;T-*', : SAVE, : 'i l !D1ONEYr ( ; : ; < 'In ment Bananas!solicited. 'i90( ;)and.bars.'Quickest Florida\recelTed Oranges."and yeatly'best,:v Consign're Leader mc.: :

References Whole fruit trade Masonlo
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1t G,W.BABSHTT. J. BAB SETInr > I S1ART-RIGHT, AND KEEP RIGHT .byrbuyirig{ your :vines JJank. ,and CcC.Exchange: Bank. > > "
dl C1 -r' "Jl1 f l'-<) Pittsburgh; Pa,926 to 931 Liberty avenue. -.
by,tthose ,who,have; had ;experience; and,have MADE:SUCCESS_ NewYcrk, N. 't.i 88 ,Park,Place and 38
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TT BROS ; = Waahtngton street: ; '
'( BAR "* J. OF GRAPE ;CULTURE IN 'SOHTH7 FLORIDA ,find who will :dock ,. .Pa.. ,Jaa.. Saittall. and'. '1 a :
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(instruction i' ito' .anS yJhesV) : :
FLORIDA FRXJIT-'EXCHANGE? : iiv full as: (planting:; care,,of + ,* ,. EST.ua.reBED'tm '

Jle oe.riwi.ir,l: -t yeglee., s;) W J sti.f.i- :;.,:: r HAYNtESifYOUNG' BAILEY; -': .R .L :BVRR' WsSi'Cd1: : S.. I

.. Wroeapt'returns_ eeneu.159 SOUth on Water apphc-t&oD.Street,-ChteagcwPOMONA ,. 1 >Sta*'.te>*-Agents* .-< ...... Jbr the* .Niagara.; 1IhiterGrzpe CompasSiea. ; *if-t.,St pe*Ior.Vines,._ R. s FRUIT* C JwlJocnss MERCHANTS"' ',' \, '"4

and preen Mountain, .. % r. For tho sale Orange!,Le LemoasenaEanAnM, a
WHOLESALE NUR-. : ;;*" .:> x3 NIAGARA' ViLLi:. 64A D'6'6 'i ikCh st.; CLEVELAND, O. ,

1 SERIES,, j ,. ]3ox:'Ag29 1 ndo,;Fla.W::' .. xt, ... .. .. '. .Amply; siorasre{ solicited., U1d.StenoUa refrl8ratort.furnlxbed.B : Correspondence ,

.; MACCLENNY, BAKER PROPRIEtoRs.Prri f ,!t-': FALL AND WINTER SEASON 1890 AND 189L i.r Co.,Wholesale Grocers; Child.Gro2 4fc Co.
BRADLEY, !:. .Wholesale Boots and Shoes; Bradxtre' and B. ton of a general e of fruit trees adapted E.. ;.PAlNB. -;' :4....:..: r j. 6v BTOHrsTHE ; '-. Dun&Co.'* Mercantile Agencies; "Ohio Farmw'ZCleTeland. r
to aad tfe*Gulf States. Florida grown peach
v tftl paa spedaMes. Fifty yartetles of ;
s peach aa4 fifteen of ,plom. Peach on both peach 1 PAINE FERTIIilZER5COTV1PANY, PALMER! ., -Svh?
and Marlanna plom roots. Apricots : r *& 6S.
almond,pecans. Jennlng" Florid apple,'etc. No : -r 166 READE ST;,NEW.YORIC.SOUTHERN .
i agents employed. Correspondence solicited. JACKSONVILLE .' FLORIDA:. IL f PRODUCE SPECIALTY

]. BEACH &, SON. ., Office 50 West Bay street Warehouses and Wharves at tka terminus of the"F. O.. fc P. R. R., Oranges Lemoni"'Plneapplea,' and all othe, -
A t St.Johns River,,Eaat Jack oz v1Jie." '" Fruits and early truck, also, dried fraltei
nuts,fun,etc. '
.All conslenmenU promptly remlH4 tR.
PALATKA, FLA.r.' '::' Manufacturers of: Commercial Fertilizers. Stencils and market reports furnished ft' .. .J

' Trees and Plants of all kinds suited to this '* References: Bradstreets toe and aMa611Iha.. 4..
merchants.. and,banks. .of tiouth .
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Camphor ;; a specialty '
; Importers of aU'tb\ of Agricultural Cnemlcals. ,.-
Wholesale dealers In and *
Chesinuta and Pettlmmoss.
Japan Japan;. -
Send us your name and we will mall you trom-time to time much l ne.ral1nfOrn1aU D :
and vegetable culture In Florida 1"r
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i yy Tlie Finest Recommendation, 'to be. Obtained'In the State.-Florida Experiment St tl n-Ja;..P* II FruitandTangcrtnes.- IBnucm.y
No. DePass. Director. FAico F3T7IT,ATM IK QIIA ...z rAND '..o
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Liberty '
... ; "k' .LASS: CITY, FLA.,Oct 29 1890.M$8sR8. ._ rAOKINO IS OUR H03BT. 1. {; ,
\ PITTSBURGH, PA. Dean? Slrrf-I have V'Oranare Tree Food"on my I S&ncllcfcrniahedfree.Reference :
&:T. PAINS SON. usedyour '
Comsal Merchants Dealers'In Foreignaad finely l ls aa! ,excellent fcrtiUzer and I. : -Chatham National Bank,N.Y.. ; .
two and trees are growing very \
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f Domestic In Iota year J'.u.A. Harris Cltra,.Fla. ,, .
Fruits. Orange car aspecialty.
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t&and correspondente solicited' TAMPA, FLA.,Oct. 20, 1890.* :
: , ;:; }, by the use of your "Orange Food" Fertilizer, Of which used over 60 tons the past season. O. PERRIE HAVENS; ,
My fruit is very firm and heavy. Five years continuous uso of this brand shows that It pro .' :\
SHERMAN; &CO: duces a thin tough-skinned fruit,which carries to market under'average conditions in excellent :
tL"'W. shape. Not one"bad order"report did I receive the past season. The wood growth Leading Photographer
+: 't .. BOSTON," .obtained by the use of your fertilizer Is not as great as by/ some, others, but is HEALTHY and a'Of
yours truly, J. M., WATBOUS. V
RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA FRUITS.Aeferencee the State. Estimate on ,
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[L i f ,t-Capt. B, F. Whitner; Fort Reed, Fla.; Flrsi MOVER, :v X E'W} 8 ,.J :'.
National Bank, Sanford h a. 8.*.BUlh, DIAMOND 'NIAG.AR'A ".
Lady Lake, Fiat; J'W: Roberta, :Orange : Up to taizi g!fen OR Application4m. *
L. L. Newsom City EATON < ;'.
Bend Fla :Dr. Cresceut ,, I
Fla. Fourth National Bank;. ,Boston, ; H: .
i Harris. 4 Co., BoHo p" J iii' ..' "Tie-.. New ... .!1t"f .
1 The' best way to 'i SAVE: TIME. AND MQNBY' is :Jto? buy t1i a i
F. ,HOBSOK& CO.,- \; :ei.-da4frOIIYto be extra earl If,and .
Front Street, this do{ anefias' 'esM,Cut. .n. reports! tapertaiil /-. '
' J.J ,, No.. South.PHILADE liIA. best. vines, at "cheapest. prices l' ands you. can bj: purchasing t I ?
.MERCHANTS.rFraita from the, SAN.. Luis' and ANDALU, IA vineyards and nurseries./ / 1 ri"umhJ tlfjto Ita arllnew prodocUre
COMMISSION . ns ''ttt2%' tee, roundness( rl b color ,ani
'and VeffetAbles, Specialties."' .. We offer none but thoroughly -first-class 'vines, nd4..c:1n"arefe.to tr edOin from rot.. Per package, 15 MIl;'ilve' **
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er.DeI.J D.J.Cumm ngb PreeW t8mYma for 69 sta. Yon :pill ,dud.'lt only la tey"act; :
.loIWUO-\Del.t A FlorMa Stokes,F Seed lt r.eo.'OalD.nu.2tf. 500 parties i ,in..Florida. : whd'h.. ve,. planted our vines. Send at''t::once .catalogue: ,which wllUb aeut;:TBffiB to aar'i' .,
pan 0 L' J.when be'' yrNodo1EVa e, rd. far ?* t TALLAHASSEE FLA. '> body. ;
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C 242 t' THE FLORIDA DISPATCH 'R AND Faurr; -GROWER. MARCH 26, .891t: ? 1 1.e $



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'Insect. Has no, Caustic ,Soda, Saltpeter, Potash : or .1'S


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J ; INSECTICIDE. ; : "t, ,

,f. v. ,Is:the most: effective compound'yet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange'tree, and .

i is ,a sovereign' remedy for'the various,,' forms of fungi on trees and plants. ,Being free from nil' substances f

,of? a caustic, corrosive or: poisonous nature' it ,can )>,e handled with perfect safety to the person', and applied ...5'

to.the trees at, any stage of growth withdit in uiy. -!

This insecti.cide.S 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 Red Spider..and Scale; use one gallon to fifty gallons of.water. General directions for using sent: appliC. &tlo .. .
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.J ', PRICE, 20 CENTS PER GALLON _, _, ._ :. /
: In barrels and half'barrels.. If,there is no- 'agent in your vicinity, write for price delivered. '-; *.'s ',,;. ,, : ,

.Manufactured by. # McMASTER & MILLER,
:'f'; SaR Mateo and ( !tra, Fla.

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The_ -.Gr rest"Fast t -Express. Freight. ,.System.of the 'ScflilKThe \

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k attention of shippers Is directed to the Plant S. S. Line between,Havana,Key West,and Tampa,and south Florida Rail way.between Tampa and Sanford,8.,F.&W;I'.y,ba- ;
tweea Jacksonville,Gainesville,Bainbridge, River-Junction and Savannah,Savannah and Charleston and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Philadelphia,P.obtou'an,!Netr
York,and Merchants and Miners Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore' 'The best equipped,fastest and most prompt lines between all points lo Florida and*1J ,
points North and Northweat. Receivers: and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connections: '.
Double dally taR freight service for all points West via Albany,Jeaup, Bainbridge and Double dally fast freight service from all poInts North and West! via Albany,Balnbridee,
Savannah Jes up and Savannah to all points In Florida. ;fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jack-
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern,Interior sonvllld,Callahan and Live Oak. .
aad OeMt points, Including New York,Boston, Philadelphia,Baltimore,Washington and Four ships a week by the fleet steamships ottb- Ocean Stelimshlp Company: ,saningfroai.
Providenoe. New York(New Pler35,North River,)direct for Savannah Monday,W* Four connections a'week for New Yorkvla Ocean Ste&nuhSpCompanyleavlnr Savannah Saturday. .',
F Monday, Wednesdays,Fridays Saturdays.. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Com any'. steamers will leave Boston &!'.t,?. f
Two connections a week for Baltimore,via Merchants' and lInen'Transportation Com- 13,17,21.25 and 28 for Savannah direct,making connection on the docfcat Savannab with fittt
Bftny.leftv-rag Savannah every,Wednesday and Saturday. freight trains for all points In Florida. f'
Connections for < Boston and Savannah Steamship! Company,leaving Savannah From Philadelphia- Co., leavIng PbJladtJpbb1 Maar.t,",2t and: t'.
Kar.8,7Ulli,19,2S?todtjL 4 everyflve days from feffaaSSJPSf New Yarkto avannab.. '
Connections for Philadelphia every"'ten days via Ocean Steamship Company,'leaving From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., every Tuesday add ,
Savannah Mar.e,IS and 28. "* Friday, making close connection with S, F,& W.Ry.for all points in 1 Florida.Balling t s <
days for Steamships are subject,change without? notice. g
The:Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route from all points'North,Eat and West Florida.. For fall particular*,rates,stencils and flipping receipts apply to
: sssy agent of the above lines,or to -- .. + WM.P.HABDEE.Geal, Freight Agent,Savannah,Ua.O. j
D.OWENS,Tramo Manager,Savannah,Ga. F.B. PAPY,Asst.Traffic Manager,Savannah, Qa. W* M.DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent, Jacksonville,Fla.;
I. .' J.A.SPOTTSWOOD,Trav.Agt.,Gainesville,Fla., J.P.JORDAN,Trav.Agent,Qulncy., J.E.DKATTON;:' ,Trav. Agent, Jacksonville> J.) .STBFHKKS,Agent,Jackwni'Cle. :'.,'

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\ CATALOGUE/ Eustis, lake County, Fla., '.. .
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; with. practical;; hints.to beginners, ... worthSseiidlngifor.i f ,It contalnsvaIuable, information "to /* ; Offer. tor sale for 1 medlatePailUnt : : .

all with a'list: of all the I choicest varietlesjof the, citrus family grown.. Peaches, J\ND"lEhfON'TREES'
r Pears, Plums, Apricots, Persimmons, Orapee'and other*[fruit adapted, 'to the .,- ... ." .
climate. of Florida. Our stock la grown on high pine land,and Is one, of the finest and large -
.", One, ana two year buds;eh&jaestvarieties: ,all, grown on pine 1&2. '>i' rt. .'
*In the state. IT 18 GROWN TO BELL.' IF ANY ONE CAN SUIT YOU, WE CAN.: My Nurseries ware entirely cal,Jsred by the March fre me. Plant now .
,Everyoa. should have our catalogue., .Free application. Just send your name for one*" season. Write forjspe a1 t1ce8. ? ; R. W., PIERCE,IndiaxiJBpriaffs. Lake County f J :. i :1, /- '*-' .. ?, -: f*.. 1'LT' NCRTGN., ','
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1i1#,t1 'Id YYtauoo zidl OJ i nohLtT1 q I ')1v i market' as I2'andi56.; Those. that ,,Kalt ;' .I ;.'. grsft' The same is .true; o: f;the

; ...mrl ft ?le,, 1 ti would j>act ion, November will!Jin, ,Editor ? can m. its different,:varieties.v:

d.. if 1 ". ti,.. -* 'I'.J..:. cases'pack, 126". ,an4 often i; 112na .Ill'.{ :; ; it'is staled il! ; the Proceedings \that
.n' eve'n 9j and.those lgCfbOs to ( ; are liable toy be {caught by
' / ) ;
vi2 !
pap::5' ( ((0, ,
fJ ,,1'm !sOBJhrf! JiL ' '
1 'fWbl '
[ >> tia :'y6u' frdit advise us to kizi ut ou/ better on the coast'orJa'iffor? *
1oV 1"p'i rqo .q c H 9) t'Sf!. ttt d ofltla i rr t. h ietnbei': vary: few 1.9 i6s but We are sorry to.say thatal, jnonds

=>1 iiQfViit .:O JQ:) 01" 'Ie ,. |there:: has an,: unusual: .' ,nuaiberof : ; nd either as J they usuallyblossom' .
rr .!trite fM_ 1' 1 I ihk Bk11 tip'jrtint tba s"anrjlieY'' are,:nearly; all ;96s'or: ;. ((2)) ) early as.t t to:be injured! )by the frost

l1 tm i '14)4 (f 1 dn Jr #v*i orse1nor j / t .',1 s '' \ ( 0(rchestnuts, there are, four,'ty:arie-
10.r ,/. /id-r. .J, Ltr1 w )jded/yt ;/ ) f "
r 'continue the the '
H] : i In anysea'son oranges to.gjfbw'as 5; American Surppeag or
; (
OfJEIi ; 1)is )
i 1 : 'I'I:4ul; : :tlit ; long as tiey: .stay' :Qflthe, trees If l latter' p-a Is) ,, the Japanese. pn mamn 9h.! _
r J ''t 1r.W < b! Lfr. i18\r\! 1 f "1 trees! are fertilized highlv; 6r; the crop, rp6t '*ihe chinquapin. Of the Spanish .::
i in q lHIrCtt} Weiiavdfj! comanlyfv/s d- is the than er are seven sub-varieties '. of
light growth: isgreater' have ( ( ; ; pios$ "
vised patrons to leave-suc1f}: frtiiH n :Where trees are!:l less stimulated or have fo ,.preferring? a warm: } spji\['anH,",cli 4__
: 1u t8teeao''hefr ) !ilhmmoa:fyt tie Heavier rcrops-: '. In addition' 'tb'' these 'The best varieties: are-propa-
Jlguorr!!._t 9sls t o 1d fnll :) 8td1Jai r fail tq d'' '
ri'r B: vsmaUconditions: ; ye had : this season at by grafting. ,
l I-1 J1JtJ... ll mfl stock, rlJ :
I 5t ri.; l\4 l;peoiac ire S? :in tmu h) .of thefStat0, a frost (that.frojed"more {ourt .Japaa chestnut, h.a distinct type, reembling -
xn 1fes f fasendioglyWi
1'n P
t'ftH or! less # ever 11irninense : an : the Spanish more than, the Ameri
:tL1 II"" yw ((1f1Juva!. tuot quantity; 'of oranges. !f JU111'tt, ) ia lititop rill d Floiic trees: \ In site add'' quality/io'm'e'' '6 lnscarce1y
ifn tiitg i : rerelrpzent\ so badly> that they 'W erg.:
ity, ; ae Ja1'gijl.a the Ameiicanl clieat. ,. i
'? jfaJSh'&f.Jird\ killed.. L the oranges -not,_,the_ ,.
cCna: > ( ; two : ; whereas otbsra are larger .
2uh U8.t 1T: ..1f RQft .LwlJc : :: .
aJ ifpr. trbesbi} r These'soon fell off; 'Other d i Enropeauwrie. Heii I1dm 7, ftlYn'ng.? c
1a9 { 9 "iim1 ", weretonlrtobehed and reliably
injufedthiorll : propagated:
., .u+! 1tz 3gel f re\t\;;' rllb wj; $lyl 1\li\ et H11id1it >t>IJ1 ss.,., ,. . pens. Mammoth cannot always b.fHpgtThe be appued to .
iJ lt Jrpbem"tth 1( ur'den. :gfavt: reihint :, J/rhe! vdnderftlvitaltyofnnorang; e : ((3)) i ; ; i ; bemuse* of'the jfreaSr>Virtfetlok la s

'("'itit ::6f ui ternrl I St t ra treet welbknoWn.) \ )The"wayi i itr'wiH; Most ) ; ., The.trees feral is o Mxnms8i'. yery larg'a**atee prodacM, sometime upon mttutntn .

: )1IU iHl11g a\t.\ .1 J. rfi $ Rlt! 1 .' it'Jrtut! ; 'eco'vzfiom? the''effect 6f hard freezing. the l } | :r 'r;,$ ie;.. .U&TOf W !'nd ..-
; 1"u' J & U.arca ant ..c"clridjqf er Ris new generally: recognized. In1 ttu tiff) ) ;j jw ? r=: :::c' l' ii eortat; Born often
It } t Rl JJ :rernarkablec: recuperative *'tfefrui&ia ln ; i ; roar to-five nut and occasionally
.tu4oq WJK".bJ\fJ1tYiJXI tAI'f26$OUIttu1HofMw&ktkri {fulli eualifoJthe ;'treei power.. These, "crops)) : ; ) .< r>7 aa Bcveii': ." Tree'of very waa.ir. to"h' ..
BdlletirrgMarclr-t: Jie t : ; '' nJ'bertn& to bear frtiit at: two'year?* from 4.
i.frbs ted''oranges:at. once commenced to .! Oil -,
:It is exactly what all experifekEv !nf ha hd !fight ;foyjjjifef. The fiber;, toughened ;and"57 \ This JII nnqae9tlonably.great ;Acqal&itlon
,'blip.'t'si a )'ri Pt' rrnm hf ') gia $ \ ? t l
'-broadened. The the section of the nilwl fce the
andilengthenedand; e
d;DeC ? erR L { ; : .V'tQ1r
ra..er0 a t'ust '
r qu)J!t J U'{ Tf al i en rskin grew rapidly:thicker; and; tougher the fi'y'aIeexceedrngly'difficult'td'bud"n; ( ; ? species flourish.. ere are n Q 4ub-
r It JJJO p vappe<< :t. fii'J1.Of and rougher, and the contents of. the!, you), :',(! .les cuittVsted 'la' ,Japan'andr-trw: tho
f.llQwl1t lftapiuc ; their QOfioencTAiurelBaa'Jycon* .,
Reoplei adwicebofic : cells thus of the: ; ;
) denlr .weakened'mfliruptured: were *' : t! d.; .$ee4ttng VU7 ..inaiio: an&< i.iA1 ,U
tH1 :oi.t1 letl'pani btl'rp' f r't ano
J o absorbed and converted' 'a'prbduct' habit of growth .and prpdnctlyenesa,
.v Jf t il nfltrebt 1 frw $4)dpi ). that"l.was "Better" adapted; tQ endurefreezf have !'.are.thsrefora mor8.u r ll& asto rod4 '{
app intmen; J.j9.i@ iT Attie 1g.f buY.Scarce)j '#dapVed to the results. : !tba.n thtf grafted,tree We"have'grown
: Yand : of'fires
: ; ;chestnut seven years trees
.,td.Sll11t & ees'4 >su tagiJlir4rkt(: r van\ of. the eptcure. All.extra large }1"r' ( I es '.r age, have'yielded fniit J *.' Frclt very
Mist' o W es 9t1 Q11"vigorous: highly feel ,trees bauontt.tnlngl at blues as. IDU1'U _
\ JsJM
J1'OwhiMIhilI1..rlfI, t v ;'spore,or l less; tendency to convert' : Jfr ;J: 1 i largo ants; quality similar! ;, to, tho, athy : :
to ness of a horticulturi8t at r "f frPTr ,su fjinlo? fibre,*. but: when-r.frosted( this: ,above;[ "in"i abttthc.tr are dwarf. \ ." .

(.oi ktu ')w1fe iVisi1 (.a'WQ er cO cBR; ency!filmucn ,more; rapid. we} : The American .chestnut, doesfell,

ba'f"( l) > )f e v1t" a; y tl"\1 t "nl( \t 5j5lpw* J> >K(.thank! to the- ;advice->of- the. I'..Of th l ; : Florida;, we have! seen :treesFow-: :_
,'1 f \YtoPPdT fu, ,or, rfJtJOG nrvju >iTrNtnrtieiflhe d e'1jnw8tf x:? mer\ ] Earkettanii: the Florida J.FruitJExcha r hE; ) ; ,,with great! vigoritz:Alachua cqunty
l :pup? ,4{( ou. J;; I > ,nearly all the small' .fruit the ; I ; too young to bear yet. 1 i
Jrl{ ..andM: 9it.'tf(, l r.R: 111&tliesS,tl1 ut .(which:}ge would J( have kept in good condition l pie,, I Of filberts l. M?. fB r {k: n.aJl"saY.tbey ",

&6iMet&1d9mfcUt&. ,boar-1 1Ju'fcti ), is gone, ,and .we.have,on hand I sandy? e. of easy cul ltpre( oj t'.bushy) ,hab JJ ofgrowth f
'j'rl1b-n,rr dev lodes"fl 1 a}I arj..' ;ormous; ,lot) of big fruit; one tp i n and require iiitle{ "fJ no'run 1.
1a>> T tiuWkm' J1i tt1t{ sciii<:'th ff' aea j jI jo sizes,blggerand'one; :' ; to two gradesqgert f te : ; ; dry, ordinary. soil 1 ,;s jsjuftble.l '1

I liklillhe\;' korsa rlW'1i\ ibt ed'J f-9 atndmuch! { .; ,"tougher:. and yJa11t I' Of ; ) are_ very productive and/'requir-
d J ,An- \1lt nS( ft6 hd.li ""i'l.( ': \\!: has. ;atie.[, 'P.fOP'tJm ,toship iV J ,: ; / ) g but little space ,io grow;\they: ;flay
d e-'tt ? ila h'ia, T n: l > i impoi t ; : : e planted\ in clumps.. Suckers; should* .

.'< .f.f31 t lir: ,' JCO fi di'ltH f 4rfriii' grpwers, "been J,rop. l:t.'r .e removed annually. ""' ; f ;<} G::1.
w>> = ':t.11iE t lrsN'b' sit : u.qt! adyisea, they V ,; would: have; sent I p.r ; ,' Pecans, are too well. l"nq ,to.r\ed t '

1' 'if>H iipJb :' ht! iiRr4;j '$& WjMt. before 1. it got I nearly nt oA .here... '. ; .. ;_ 4 .
i'ime "e. J
and andl'a 's and gusta .
!LgLcr"; oarser ig gexjand.:coarser and rougher; ; I ; >
; T : :
rl l ri gb iWh fth "Hq 1t9'?}Ii eanici. .dryer,, ,; ncl. .held, the 'of ? : ? 1 The Maser- in Soum'TesaajjI'jce' : 1
haaCYr li,1 r'srm 'ink F thrower.. -i. .
itEi 1i at } ::: !
i = irrut! hicn .Iceeps Better, and '" ; 1'
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alt i j I iextent.
I (!
i ntrtt1ibdtl bs\jBi Js JLi" t i now wou'ld'have on, haaci some', :fgpodJsaabje has your corresjxjndehts atCFl- ;!'
If.. l l1 0 rf1., P1df bi' l { fruit ,.pf, medium< i : .and small. gln r the world. _with! *. ojindjio; ;
.. t + Cal 1 ; i : I have rTuWoTcd 'r
.2firla tHi'li;! !( "ili s aof \ !!zee and g904q.} aljty.at a:good, price. ): : pear. (:from trac* ,
1i .iiclt'T4cld
tar 1&f vat : year-bid; trees .
5' : .
rl nM? / Accepting | .first bey0urradiser I '
r adycef
i ) ; but little 1 over ahre h"dtA $ushe1 ;the
ot on uc.,.T.,re.V"!aril, OJ.1ess.to.f..con' .:Y": sire : knows;: what; .he is far." summer. I exhibited. at !tlie'Dal-' -

vQ'he W'eY die ti(t di o\Ver-or of orana? !es\i\i t .': talking ;about; second, be. {sur.e; hi.sijjterestjand I All l : ::1 l g State' Pair: three batr Is' !o Jf pears,
10 ver 1 ; yours are; not;; jn conflict.:;:I" : Imo t an..r ,
W: i 'i tJ Ilh" t ttu a: pupLEy"WI ADAMS. ; : Qf .which J w ightd":J ,
r ; iNi t. 11: MI ;i' ': ; : b 3nd'ag e"4t. ny.twoin\ .
} ar 'nb"V O1lint0. Tangerine,orange Cuuty,-F1., M&r J4,1S91. Lsh ? ,
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tti .- -- ..-- -.."- ,...:..- THE: FLORIDA DI8PATCH.ff- -ABMEE-- urn FBU1T-GROWEK." rr r w [)Lt.BO rr 26,18tl .,
tam in the extreme Southern part of sawing the stock off; I siraplyj said,,- box ranges from sixty to 250 All grown this year on a: tree produced

Texas, latitude 28, and ,have uniformly "if stocks&have; been Sawed ofP oranges' ,in a: box; are fof.eqnal size from a cutting taken from Mr. John j

carried off ,the premiums at all bud gin) \tlie !SP! utS. \Jl hought; bitstocks ,Shiper'siave, a inac.i:! tQ..grade: the Brass' fine trees at Lee in Madison ]
the different fairs; 'on 'LeConte and had 'probably been lulled by sIze. ? 't 1i''W feet of oranges constitute county, and planted by him in Citrus

Kieffer pears: for the last, four years. the March freeze, hence my sugges a'OOX: "First class oranges meat county ten years ago." :

This shows plainly that these varieties present(selling at $2.50. net per,. boxHomemade t a1" I
the, time to set '--- -- "" \ .t 'TliQ KAM: af H ,
arerciMy; >ei tropical fruits/and >as itjvillsponbe; protect II -i;;
farfterjSouth'7011 take them, 'if:there the grapes frbmlthe little innoceni Drag-gilt NoteRditor .t |Of,7apan'perslmmen, which have
is zjbtf subsoil l and frost enough. to'- birds 1 will tell the;grape growers'hos ;:.Farmer' and i+KnUWJrower: bootried{ wkh'success i m Uuitountry\ ,

make!tern shed their !leaves !in7 De,. to doi. %'..or ;;rather, how allady friend As I stood in my doorway just nth 1 sotttE of Waihwjgtori. ,: D.\C., re have ;
cembef; tieetter they M doY: THe of-mine says they protect *them in .bi r I copld have had a' fine sh tiata in:.Japan forty.br fifty sorts,"winch are

Kie&er especially requires 'a long sea- near Natal, Africa. She says they covey of quail, but that is not',what 1 I conveniently classified into ki&uwhi,

' ,;/KW; and for :eating should not begather make bags of mosquito bar,.using their started to write about, and that is an sweet, and shibukak;\.zw ztt.. "
..- ..before, October.. the-same as grape-growers here use the arrangement for smoothing and l leveling |"tinderstandthat: .many, .of the importations

,The old idea was that heavy manur1 despised, paper bags. This may not plowed ground and to take the to this country! have been of ".
: .1 lag was.not good for pear trees.. This: be new'to j$rape growers; here in i Flor place. of a roller.: tbe-svfeet, varieties' which.: wflKprovesatisfactory. \ :
i k. a great mistake.. Five acres, 'half' ida, .l but t.1S new 'to me, and I arc Select .a straight, lightwood ,post' I 'fhowever; 'soW .
"' ,LeConteand(\ half KleSer, of my going to try it this'season, as the paper seven,feet long, noose each end 'of .j ml.Y#bring.,in,the austere sorts and con- ;
'. orchard were cultivated as, a' market bags cause the grapes to sunburn.: log chain. around the ends of post,. denin, Japanese s pershsmoas entirely
"'garden :for four years and "matured MOLLIEJ. DEPEW. and to the slack in 'middle of chain mtheut_discrlti iu bg. I believe thereis

'.''annjiallyat} the rate of one.'ton' of col.' 'Manatee, Fla.Orange attach a !short chain slid hook it 'on,to money for, the people in favored

,, 't-onsced;)meal to the acre, with a semi- .. .. the single tree ,and drag the log: :ovex l locations.: _! who,will_.:plant ,F ri D! on.s.I .
11 annual dressing of 1000' pounds ,cottonseed Growing in 'California.. the ground: and note the effect. I I In our country:,. although, there are

,, hull ashes to'the acre, These Editor. Fanner aallvn.n..oro.er: was'surprised aiid; ple!td at the workit .. sole ::sweet varieties of good size, ws
trees, :now seven 'years''. old, have I, have a friend trirtltling,1n: California did and would have given dollars to grow the.austere sorts more,largely for
."borne freely for ,three years j ,several 'writing l letters,to the Edxtatci have, caught,on to this :trick a few market. They are note profitable

: Kieiers last summer yielded seven and(Companion, published at .McPer-; -- years',ijjo. One can fill the water because larger, ''finer in' appearance,
''!bu&belsto'\ the ,tree and one LeConte son, :Kan. I clip one .of.these letters furrow'with it by,taking. 'a little extra I mote prolific and'really more'palatable e

eight bushels. These same trees now, from the paper of March 6, 1891, and pains. Try. it. wi :a put through dur developiiigsp II
ti 'e'5th of March, 'are literally cov-. send it,to you. It. shows some facts V >>i .

iered from 'top to bottom with ''pears that may ,be well for our Florida How.is this for Florida sand? I I .It'seems to me that the, people of
people. to ,know. this to be patient t'
; ggtiui. Many of 'the 'LeContes are country ought enough
down cutting'about
put a Mulberry '
J. H. MOORE. l tjakoffiakeibe! austere r etiei' the
tea. inches in diameter at the ground KeukaFla. the size of your finger last Juris.ami.. : v
,'j ad thirty'feet'high, and 'some'of theKicffers' I rnojc profitable''aad satisfactory- InouV.u'ntry
at the,close of the season's growth
,Budded varieties begin to bear the these sorts rwhen
This we pluck : ,
.are. nearly as, large. took the measure. thereof. It ,was
.orchard'' is the wonder of all who .see third. year after' planting; but not 'to eleven feet eight,, inches from the .they begin to.tiira Bellow' ?!as |hs' fruit ti
,great extent. The crop the fourth is'l liable, meet WIth ,bad V.eath or
:.Jt.and:noihing.b excessive manuring any ..tQ the top and it i is, sc-V! set ) J
J.. Jiasinaadeit! : ; Don't be afraid to :apply year from many-orchards\gives a good with fruit. One of neighbors crows, notTnthstanding'the: fruit at this ,
yield, A man whom I know to be my timeis' We then '
: any quantity'and be'sure" to keep < : back, from ,Iowa very sour. subjectthem .I
Mr. Gurdy, came on
:: 'oni with, annual applications after: the reliable, tells me that last year he.realized the of last and. ,brought : to the' drawing process,' th&unugL .
$zoo acre, the orchard being 5th January The Is this ,The 1.
.trees begin ,tb bear.;,, per some plasts,along include process simply :
I, : ,. :H.. .M.. STRINGFELLOW., four years,old. This orchard receives Babach strawberrY'No. etc., that he fruit is placed ,ip a sherry,cask recently: 1
r o- first class attention and it was' an ex ing 5, Jessie, ( three
":,: :I.t'jH:(' took in November and .kept in the emptied, and kept,.ajr-tigt| : QTA
.>.:t.kddbig-Proteotlng' Grapes'*:from ception for the age. Many orchardsof up Bays:. If the'cask tie s.n' old one a
cellar until he to start.
"' ...: course, the fifth ,year do not yield was ready, ; little'of the liquor: sprinkled'ot ethe
iV1, !,e:11:. .'. Birds., 'learn They lay around here a wcch, .or ,so,
u. more. From good authority we fruit. The reduces the 'lOur-
AHto J'armer'&nc1 FruitGrowerV : process
he ,before he set,them' out and
:"I t- 'Jewish to, say to Charles F May that under good,care, in good orange now says he, is enjoying; the ripe, fruit, nest and gives the fruit a sweet ,vinous 1

that the honorable editor asked me;to sections orchards at ten years ,after Some ._ 'f
'1 his setting out produce an income from having picked many quarts. 'Inrr persimmon districts there} is quite ,j
:'answer some queries through paper, of the.Jessie, he says, are as large as .,
"'' giving my .experience with _Tahiti $400 to $goo per acre. The.fact.must shown is the plate of the famous, Ba.back an.iri ustry'developed', in i 'putting'up!? 1dtied
",1 Climes, ,etc." Now! I think it is well not be forgotten that the..prices of No.. petsimmens. The' uter pec! is ,
,."to bud'in the.limbs for more, reasons oranges heretofpre have. been good, 5. H., A. ADAMS.Orlaodw removed, and the fruit.Iis put u-? in -j
...than; the:thickness of bark on the main but even if prices would range only Fla., ya.n9u1.grades.:: Thejulcc pf;the sour t,
...stock, 'but I 'was afraid of making my half as high. as at present, orange Persimmon is employed: in i coloring 1

article too'lengthy and I omitted some culture will pay. Goes Four Ounces Z ttGr. f isherman's nets.;.-KJXO, TAMARI. ;
varieties do not pay as :r- V iTeton
Again some Editor Farmer and tit- rower.
Vbfmy, ,reasons.r '
,thestock is: quite.large arid there well as others, during the first ten A recent issue of your sprightly fron a gar' 00uatry. .

41 .are'I : limbs, say two feet from the years. For instance the seedling, paper contained a cut and descriptionof ; We take the following extract,from

.ground, does it'nbt sound' reasonable when not budded, will bear 'very few a Kiefrer pear weighis? ,thirty A:!private 1 letter:, ', :
advise budding}in the 1 limbs :rather oranges 'at nine years,:but when once ountes... TO stibw your" readers the 'al left home. (Cleveland, Qhio,) '
":.than 'pare off the bark and. bud near in good! bearing! ''condition, will l. yield wide 'diffusion and the adaptability of FeBnprj 18, via ; ; asd
?, tke ground? I find that a:bud inserted heavily. As high asi,2ob to $r,'5oa this 'valuable pear, I enclose the ,following Michigan Southern,and the Santa'Fe

'(in'a limb will grow as thrifty'as whenit have been realized per acre. from' trees extract from the New Capitol, railroads: for California. Got tl down
is inserted in the main stock. Then twenty years of age. which I cut out last summer. int$ Arizona just in time to get caught

IM ., "the'buds only have' to make a ,top, We must not forget,, however, that C. Q. in that terrible, 'washout. We, were
instead i of'making both body and top. orchards require attention arid there is Cilnn county, Fia. delayed six ,days in; consequence,,but
"If the editor Had asked rme 'for Mr. much money expended upon some of "Mr. A. P. Painter, of Melrose, finally\ get through.' I visited River.side .

"-'}.(ay's experience instead of my own', th; m. The trees must, be pruned.An Florida, called at this office yesterday and took in some of those. Sue ..
.' I should have'gone:through' our file of. expert at this business charges and exhibited a mammoth kicfier per, grot; i., They are: J immense.; TheN ;
', \back numbers and hunted the article [quite frequently $4 to $5 per- day. In grown in the orchar ?bf J. M. Mess ve1 orange is;fine, but,J think,:theIndiin

".ap: When writing-my article'thought'' : places, for instance Riverside, as at Grcca Cuve Spring;. The pear was : River is fully itsequal,", for, t
of what I had,read some time'since in, much as 50 cents worth of manure is not 'fully ripe, but weighed :one:pound'I while they are net; as.)large and have .

regard to ''paring off the outer bark, put,to a single tree. In places again end fourteen ounces; The tr. eon jfi s, they,contai ..snore;j juice arc
but not having had any experience of some; years the winds blow off some which it was grown was not two fnclitsthrough I SW!: ter I,.

the kind, thought would, not,say anything 3f the fruit.. Again ,we must, not forget the body., Mr. Paintersaidthat _i rs", ;.t:e .
about 'it. I think I 'advised the expense of packing. It will there '?!r*'several 'pears us the l 13, ,five years,, .butt Jp1'1 !;i4os' ,

,.b;>I'ddisat: or belpw the ground if'they beof some interest to our .readers to orchard' that were larger than' ibis nog.call me. into J htondk: 1 rti '
":'b wished. to.u.se. orange or 1 emon know how the oranges are gotten one."-Stamlanc : / WiH h.it did. When LgeVhomegill

,buds.on lime stocks, the, lime ;"stockbeiag ) ready for shipping. Instead pulling Several statements' have betn-piib have traveled over:"eighteea! I.t thowaad*
.' very ,tender and,easily killed.by jff,the fruit like apple%every orange iscut lished of the weight of pears, each I miles sincel 4s t.Juyf| 2U ,- lj ia ,
,:;trust, I onlyadvised budding. 'Tahiti; off, a little stem being left on each! beIng the largest. but we have never I 1, ., '':t A'I:"..,\P."'"
Limos: in the,limbs. ne. Everyone that has not a stems seen'any that 'came up to the follow. "r IIA s City'.Utah" ': '

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:' bud into." I did not advise n a box variesThe number :in a thirtyfourounces: Said .pear. was. -ide-:Dserv tion is.valuabley
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: ; In West: Jlorlda.' ; removed from the godless islands I I The river south of Indian River I r only to the most salient points...,}!
#.Mrs -.Grf W,;' ,'McllishSecretary: : where eternal reproduction is th&'rule, I I Inlet on the eastern, shore i is: skirted hope to return at 'an early 'diyaad
,thc,., West Florida,, Highland' \, ,Fruit( will#'soon conform( to the staid 'and with a belt of mangrove timber only give,more details.-ED.1ineyasd..
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,(.Growej: ,AS sociationreports, : in.t[the proper,ways .of"an, Anglo-Saxon, conv la 1 I few rods in width, which is very .... .
DcFuntak Times ',the, following i num munity, ,which observes the time-old dense and almost impenetrable.) It is
berof trees,,vines;>.cte.i.planted.during j canon of winter,and summer, of seedtime ..:I., of a deep green the entire year and '!q /
the season.just!closed:. ;: I and ,harvest The Californianshad I presents beautiful appearance. The .
Peach\trees, 1,9. 188 i: Japan],plum; better stick to the'old placer and strip of land between the river and the -
,trees, 5t936; pear tr.ces,5,4I4: t ,apri; .not''be,.so,ready to run after new digs ocean, stretching north from, Jupiter Wide Planting for the .ffiativalia
scot i trees,. 27;:,quince ,trees,t-.i o;; ,..aJ|j gings,. 'W.e quote;, Inlet, b !known, as Jupiter Island, andis Varieties. '
Joud,, ::1 trees. ,, ,100; nectarinea" .12;J' "VVe shall regard it as a great exploit only about half a mile wide and Editor farmer and Fruit Grower: ':' '
,:apples, 40; Japan;, Aersunmoiis,35"j; i if ;we succeed in'growing Tahiti twenty miles long. There is some In reference to the mode of training
,oranges; z,,r72; ..ornamental, miscel-: oranges_ 'with their native strength excellent hammock land upon ,it andit recommended in my article in, your
,kneptwfl.351.: Total,32 840]. j here"in ouiherh California,'" says is elevated itom fifteen to thirty feet last issue; please allow me,to,say thatit
:In addition to >the ;"above, several' Harry MesserveTwho, has just returned above the ocean. The river here is was intended to apply exclusively to
thousand trees JV: ret/pUJcbased: by inidi -- from the Society Islands.. "The Ta called Jupiter Narrows, and is less the Labrusca varieties. Such close
; '+idiials/outside .the association; .sufficient hiti oranges are all seedlings, but,theyare than half a mile wide. The western planting, 8x8, is ruinous to the /Esti- .
: to make the/ ,total, [numberpanted fart/superior to.any seedlings whichwe bank is a high bluff and is covered valis, ,particularly the Herbemont and
jn ,the ''vicinity; of, >>eFuniak. .now. produce in the United States., with a dense low scrub of live oak and Warren, often called Black Spanish.The .
,Spri gs;r h,updsJO.40, ,f01iI .TJiey are i in point,of fact the best all.' other evergreens j and when viewed longer I grow these two kinds.the
I trees;and;(vines.; ", Fi ,around ,.orange that can, be .grown. from the island this scrub reminds one more room I am, inclined to give. If ,
..,. __ II' The; trees.: 'are ,very,large. They bear of the verdant pastures of the North, confined to eight feet in the row 'the "
\Qeeatlooa in,prance .Culture.; three crops a year on the islands, and of an unfading green. grapes will almost inevitably rot after
dto' Farmer n4 flnut4rower., the.heaviest crop ',is over 4,ooo oranges As the voyager sails on a beautiful i the third'year and the leaves fall a prey
((if);.Please tell me;on enclosed postal i to,the tree.. This crop is ready forgathering day along the pineapple belt from to anthrachnose. In fact, I believe
card, ',whatI;" had better-.. usefor; ,a source" ; ,in the ,middle of June, by Eden to Fort Pierce, the pale tender !close planting to be the only cause'of
of'potash: ? September another crop, is ripe, and green of the farms, seen through open failure of these two varieties anywhere
Cottonseed hull\. ashes at,. $26., per;, February the third crop is ready for nings in the palmetto wind-brake :in the South. I have grown them over
ton, or sulphate: of potash ((52 per; picking.. These two latter crops are along the bluff, or rounding up to view twenty-five years and know of: 'vine.
'cent:1':)vat '3":cents per:pound: ; or4 imuri-i, .light--:ithey will run about 800,,to the beyond and above it, with the deep yards planted 8x8 feet, containing
ate of potash ((80 'per :.cent)' at' $)%\ tree ,Even they are an ordinary annual green background of the pine forest the way from one to thirty-five acres that
:cents per .pound;, foV,oranges s; _pears', crop Joy seedling here. We beyond, is a pretty spectacle. have invariably foiled, while :
itaches, potatoes 'and. -,grapes. 'on1'' flat-: believe, the Tahiti oranges will bear When 'the tide is setting in or out vines allowed to cover a 30-foot trellis
t"" I) na more. .than, once a year ,here, and will through the inlet there is'often a very have remained perfectly healthy and
(2)), Also, ''answer}m'an'earfy/riuni-= .bear as, heavy crops., In other words, strong current, with a loud roaring, I borne from fifty to one hundred poundsof
tier of the,FARMER:MD FRUIT' GROWER we believe this luxuriousness of growthand and it is related that, in an early day, fruit *
thidNpwnig, : Having; 'had my;'trees! ; bearing is incident to the variety a floating mill was kept'.in one of the For vineyard planting -would wet
Mulched'(during the "infer, should'*I and. not ,entirely to the climate in inlets on Halifax River, which was the vines ar least thirty feet apart 'in .
rcmove': the mulch)lqw.h.o.e ;and ..which:,'they grow. The oranges are a able to do considerable 'grinding from the rows, with a stout'' post four feet .
; return:the.'inulch? Qr 'sh i11d ''Iv'''keep 1 .fine, ,; firm, juicy fruit, with little pulp: the flow of the tides. : out of the ground at each vine. Stretch
ct n..l'fj. '' 1 'clean all'summer'The middl&I ana, >.z 288.; A, peculiarity: cf the, :Tahiti ; be doubted if' there is any part of and brace the end posts well to ;seep: .
'twos .i itt'' egetaliles) : till' ;surnmer; then orange"is,that it;does not ripen, or Florida which offers, superior attrac- them tight. Cut back the first year'scane
TeVgo l to"P'rasa< .t r for hay'plowpgtin' }] thestubble' rathetheskin: does not turn yelloW. tions. The: climate- from October to to the top of the post and sHow
1' for'oats ,(fpr'-greeh'forajjej'lLh on the, tree.. This is very odd-that May is a perpetual Indian summer, two :shoots to grow the second season.
'. eJ lL'* 'JOHN. D'E OFF. ;:: they must be taken from the tree before alternating with, the balmiest days ofspring |, At the end of it, cutback each cane
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t.heywjll turn. This.makes.themsomewhat and with uuly occasional1showers. to four feet and prune off laterals. 'If
: 'i(i). TProf. Ni:: .1t'obiQsqn"rtti, cbem. : better for shipping, because There is an April.like'ar: well manured with potash and boneor
ist, gives hull-ash' 30.88; ; per :'cents of .they turn on ,their way and are fully acter to the showers they seem to be acid phosphate the terminal shoot'ofeach
potash. At $26, a',ton this wo ul'd yield t f pet potash cheaper than'woutdaulpliateofpotash \ tination.. We _believe, however, they spray, which the wind in a moment feet and may be cut back in the winter
; atf$6o a tonProf. "Robinson ,.will ripen on the trees in this climate. brushes'away. Most of the time thereis fifteen feet, thereby filling the trellis.
:gives sulphate only: 26.43"pf solublepotash .In fact. we. }know that.,to be the case, a gentle breeze coming inland from I I The following season will show 'a
which is' actually"' a smaller for there, is a_ seedling orchard in off the even-tempered waters of the heavy crop of grapes, generally three
!j. rcentage'thari' ''is': 'fpunH.m'. )hull 'asfi.1 Riverside from .Tahiti seedlings which Gulf Stream. bunches to each eye; but I'' always remove
'(2))". YttTcanJceep!: I 'the f mulchin8"onall ; ;,is just coming .into bearing and is being Theprevailing winds are trade winds one and sometimes two. '
the while witKadvantage 'if youwill : watched with much interest; from the cost, which are felt along the It may be objected that the rush 'of
only\ hoe'through it. if, .mulching r.These oranges have. the gold,color on coast as far north as New Smyrna and sap in spring will develop the terminal!
lies undisturbed the:roots cOme to"''the ripening." even to St Augustine. At Eden the buds at the expense of the rest. This
Surface bf 'the ground 'und6rneath3t l winds bend the trees permanently to will always occur with Labrusca and
rand are tHen, liable' ;to'',be,".injured: by ,. ,The Indian_River Country. the west-that is, the oranges, live other species but never does with the !
"cold: But'if,the:soil;!is. stirred'under [(CONTINUED, FROM LAST WEEK]. oaks, limes, mangoes,- etc., but the Herbermcn':V d the Warren Every
'th i mulching thprpughly alit would. \: fThe orange belt",is from one three stout, squatty palmettoes'- stand up bud will burst at the same time and'all
:1>e; i ifthe mulching; were'np t there all miles, wide,and is principally on the straight and stiff. Captain Richards make an even free growth. If allowed
will[ be'well.. "Neither ''mdlcfiing nor, ,westsideand,, near the river. West of pointed out some sour oranges which plenty ol room these two varieties:will 'f
i cultivation can',take' ,the*' ,place c; of''each' the orange, belt,are the St Johns prairies had grown to a diameter of four or five be found eminently adapted to'Florida,
'other; both, must ,be ,combinedcareful fee, ,) which are, said to be, unfit for orange inches, when an opening was chopped and furnish grapes until late, m, the
f that ,your,:, vegetables! dp pot ;,culture\ : but afford coarse pasturage through the palmetto wiudbrake at *hc iSu ;n. They hang long after..the
,/"Eivef. your/. j trees- the": _r-;9tJ,knot:v "=. ', \ : \ { !rand will. probably, when well edge of the river bank and at, on "I I other varieties are gone; and I.hzve
9\, I' ,drained, ,, be, good for vegetables, cane these hardy trees began to decline. one vine over which I throw two mosquito -
.+J''*. A Tahiti, Oranges.. and hay. Some, of them are now dead,(others I nets to keep the,birds from them
'.trlte' .P*cife 1 Rural Press > (quotes t ,,:The'pineapple, belt is also mostly are killed down well toward the und always have grapes ,for home,use
'frOM:ttoelios} AngeleV'Ex w/without on,;the. west/side of the, river, at least ground.. It seems very strange thata !all through August ..iw.'jjjIL
cx> eiI'theTollowingt: i ':item.'' 'We do' in the lower reaches, as the principalpgeapplefarms ,sour' orange tree should succumb I!! M. STRING nLro.viV'-': S
'not think, the ,Californians had! better \ extend along for fif where so tender: a tree as the: mango !I HUchcoek.Teaaw.BROWN'S .,..('tta."t...'
t attempt to.raise more,than;one7crop; of I t e.Imies,1! from: Eden_ through :An- grows along without .any apparent 1 : /'rIf"; .;
,oral g.' a year for it may..*uwell: be :Jkona, to for, ,Pier: e. In the.. upper trouble.. But it is said that there are IRON BITTERS
reaches of the river however the the lower river and '
'de Ibed'if even, the "luxuriousness"kd''tluit many places on
've" :' eztraoidinarr''State'; t :"'is. pineapple.seems,to be planted much along Lake \V qrth where: the coquinarock Cures Dyspepsia Ixfi'
,'" 'to.t ,/featets&ads : 'recorded o t(;thCali-; pn ,9 ,sicte.9; ( the river as the other. lies so, near the surface that the digestion & Bebi1it ..
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,' ,Even in.-.Californiaj: In, the lower, reaches the reason assigned orange dies after a: fewyears: from lack
there,is:winter enough*(as are;learn.by: by Captain Richards for the of room for its, taproot '
':18'[ cc ttonal' reading 'bet,,'een'" the preference: given to the west shore is Our visit to this interesting regionwas ARS ILLUSTRATED FOR PROFIT LIT IN THE rRSZ.r.IHT": 1 .

;lises): to jMinctuae! he' 'vw'j'; ';yeopincthat'ihe .its ;freedom_ from ,shells, 'which the necessarily very brief, and- the .Jeliu1b.ar_ Nursery C., Tltanta. =:
)bartiarian'orarige.> : ,,hell; pineapple\ does not seem to relish. J observations were, of course, directed Title, oeJ'I'S1&e, :, .

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!IiRfdE ,'R nl) tIe1\\ \. eightcents am not informed, but,.BOj nerol principles ,high I4iriied! the little fellows 1
Th'egrowers ''
are now paying
;i'; would say, before the s?4aa. have matured
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-'T: T. : ( being a or
: a'quart. by the Clyde! )line, ten and the.taJlfc ba, Lsrdsed toomnchtn'io'indtge ; ;
...,........Staberig.Note$. .;. ... ; $ ben stated., bid. They'sbpn' (ks rued to take throws
bhe}!; Ocean Steamship lUle; a fraction tibld fiber. As uM
Last year the longprotracted drbuth over 'ten 'by the all-rail th albumfobidare iouct abnndoni in the:I'' in their. order,' pan] by tilahl,
refrigerator young and"growing parts,or:plants.. As the nd, nuzzle'' aroun L7
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and freezc
tliqtiwdrMarQlv.: ':JJ.J: ; ;: *. .":' >, ; -..; were asevere I lliie, arid.! 'twelve. : by tbenIr plant. matures/,they ar?>'jraniferr 4 to.aud I I all the: worms'in as Incredibly <
quality of boxes. his at ate t ot(; $2.56 etching
test of Hhe snipping' t .1 is (the, .' ,accumulate, } In,;]Uie.seeds?at the expao?q(tbfc j l. 1 short,time 'I' Worked twill !"*
afTBefries 1 ; even !the Newnatudid( not $32o, .jI' and $3.84: 'per 'bushel 1 other part* of,the plant If: ,the matoiefl.l j'' m,
iHUtVilteii' : fciu iJ > --1''i"J.'d' crat'e'io i 'all e 'points 'from Boston tothlcagb.1 : 8'anrquli firriali, liable to drop off in harvesting !hoe- in ''hand.; and it was>fnilsicii;':' 1\\1

go through In.goo t con : It :j j is1: lieedfess$ t'o say'; 'that t or to escape mastication, the fc&uminoids ) fears[ :t6 hear thevcbhtented grunts kind

the last. 'The;, .CjQud; .was ,,grown, for: (tfiese''rates,ar. ,'.exorbitant and that(the in::them are'idV. to,the' animal the' sma'ddiilf their jaws; *wiilIJUice -thb
',, .. .> < I f V !) / ; :ipeggar:weted,xwi(" rriakc fcro crppupf,b2y. : fnthe'J"niurdet d ihtiocenU 1'1?
!h 1fv5t tscnb by: afe..W1? men.at: Law ey,, : ; not rest until J l. they.'secure, Teeeeondp' &sa(1,to,be! +aatemmthaizthe i j ( )

abet: i itosutfered.;with;th'e resfc*V:iri addi, a'strbstanttal, '_, .re- .- ; '
; :; ; ; : /> > t17utet "I will ''hbt-dieV tdbacxjp brtaste'dse'plants "
best of hay5 whed'pro Pigs
t'ii1h ,
fbtliat''blie'ol'tli'4wleadiirow03 ( i. -' V ,. -' butftnejThafe' ari:AinbbtmdcdsTosiach ;
.ei i>cUlJ Yl3i"l't'j wha il ,!tested* Ai, itgave> > ', ; 'tys-bi-'i'beds' 'Ji-.A i7 V heavy'' : ). ;:Bpggar, I: Weed: 'J' fprHay.Lj;: : ; .ccfPfa.tits fC' td .mss. 'j. .( for .' t1tw; nrts't: air

l. 4rrigatjpn by- .meanspfiditches, betyf eep? :Bdtor inclosed Farc er .find d Fxait-orover, ; l Edftyrkrmer'anti' :Fr+ ttOi-oweri' I t't! ;-I; liavtei.in'my' pe'h 'nom six bgauti lBerkshiresV
sample ( cleaned
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lastifwinter I iich
fthenlpwhich'aindoubtedly softepedthea i 'wrotb ypur ; 'one' bf'w: wilPWeigh
: '' ; I IhaVerprocured
beggar'eed] see4.| ,,!PJeasatexamine J .
."r",'.. A".J *: I : .? ..--J. .J .' 'and 'planted: 'se'edaToi: ;': fully'l thrce Hundred jibuftds? 'drid U1l1t: : ;andjgive,, ppinion<< on, it. / *
ypur ? '
; : the following' varieties' of :tobacco : xt1etf Sever t4i!jcses0on: : (Ypf 3eittme
'?::: Wftfi'' +cir'thei'Cfoud:' Is 1ri a-'J ."HN:T Nr. :
f : : : 'of ,-11i. Y' \, .McNi iaraGguajH'' Delhi'de'Sumatra lit? +-r of pigs apiece :Whklf Fshall
il ,pv: 't ; /4K' S ') / ; 1nterlacflen Pla.. : -II, a ;
jgob ecprd.u lt1r.J' Charles., C iurclii1l| ,; .;:. /. .;: 1 I "It!; r j I :' : : ; I JVuelta' "b', de Cuba,. Pure; train SR* rorflf hunters. I would

,plantedTargely: 1 9( itJ i!;.:two rows';p(r'tne.l It is very pretty.seed,) .remindifg\ | Havanh-; White Bailey,- Delhi "from: noVtrisfaararoroabk'at this46rk?lest

itiSp tef/iating/wiin pnenpf., tlfe; onea.gpoddeallgfi; ; : d, 19yerf e.eA in: Batavia'i '"Hester Gdrinecticut > 'b'ut'
; ; JaVa( ), ,- he should ,root", Up4 thefplaiftsjbrbaclbacked ; :my
'-nan as'. at' ,tpollenlzer .- : t, d''q| e wiat the ( and\ *Iththei! gloss p/ freshl: ': Bfroad''lJe1ifjr' 'SweetOririokb., voice and ;will fo'lydiv trod 1k# \ 'adi" (

l pfu; 4 rt the F,}has;uot'oyerafi4hixth ; rjessan4, l sotu- } ljiess.,", ,>Y i J h{ a,' l Qmallei The first'fouY forielies1"' named h Yro- E. A., LINDSX:i V.t

1 Iia- 'of.. is b a!rtes Newnan: :, OnesrT seed-spwer swung, i in;: front.qt 'cured from, Havana7 thrdlfgh''an: acquaintance 'N.rih Jackson villa. "I'(" I,

7, 9 q(. iarch J.,fl.., Killpugh, ,&, |ijn} ,; weseqno;1 reaspn: why; therplpridafarmer ; ail'the dthers ,cam 'from 1 Ji-l. .i- >: C :' \: I" :, .
J o, .!'Jjew ,'Vprt,, sent 'Kim,returns should_ not sow ;.thisas ;aaple; the''U: SI: Department of Agriculture., : _j], ThOj WpnaerftifEdjtor : ,9P.gcp: ,tPoa: ,,. r

Jore&: ,crates jcna j two, pi. .d heni. t.d, coop no, J less, regularly .than\ the_ Kentucky .I'made 'twb owing Febfuaijr raf8'* Farmer'cultivate4rhe and frult-Groweri< } ;r 4''t t1'' J*'tHavmg .-

42.. They wrote farmer, does.l4clover.; i l ;, Jt, i is,; ; : .,, I .-1 J ( Conchj.pearapre ,
quartpneat : : ; arid March 'iI" The Tare] 'Hav ins i ten 1'r
less, for, t e/.past/
jm;bFsg)! ''ere as goad.frult.as,:'rte.ve in, fact. ,, the, ;clover .pf Florda'evenwore } ; :made'ah almbst'total :failureand'two' can heartily pr endorse the*opin| ionjbtjjs years '

,fJqlJla."n, & fewhip' than the.Iowpg\Ve.saonly; ; three ; ;
: tbthers did ibt cbliie :
1 tlYEr'A: fen. dr' i ilp""Vefywelt'biit
HnM1JqJ";{ #. '.- -..aJ1s. do *he, ;; me,, (date theot. Aef\jday;I in, l laclila* county,ainvowful 'all'the rest'""cani (iip as thicki, ,cotnparatwevalue.asexpresed Cairn in : recent rium'berr'? li yjffp'i jp
jiis.i weed cured ; ; a : ( } ,
\ .of hayf
but ,i beggar' '
prougnt 40 cents, a large number;;, ; : as7'the "hair"on i a' dbg t =tod f'tilick; in
fact s9 tar an ote1''Y
bF jougj\J.w3j; \ 33(1?8 and :25. :JBH.; ; ,as Bright, greeQ.and. appetizingtoa.i facIinide four: beds I four Meet f I supenpr jtfange JPl,it, ",,.-,-,*. .grQ netythatitseems -i

Llden l \ 4 ancLV'n1rMall: .1 report,. equally; ; cow as,:any clover weeycr! s w jntheSprt'h. Wider' : iars seventy-five feet ilorig'r; i iced ; :

;3ttejtlg returns J ,from the Cloud. ., .w; ,V \. about three '' iiicfies above-the''l level 'btne1 !more, wtensiyely.expenence C 1pi'P'qP. q
-"> = :J We expect to ,the ,day, when !beggar Astto'Its; 1mb : tl4SU my .
last 1e b eel :
Ib21Jj.fteei i ,.tft I week I' pf \grbiihd outside,- With-:boards along da ith i theDoctor's !
toes ,ro }
rp iaty set, t the ,l ewnan, plants. lacltt 1 ; 'weed seed.J will,;be, quoted in, market the,'sidesl.' They'were1'niade?ve"ry'rfch! } as'I, ilfdund.they cpmc i P'1| X9M. a!

oxbai 'it dld ) : Cioud The reports: as,, regularly! pthe? ,fprageMUV with' rbited' stable manifre ? ) : : : .
}, 1 tie ) .- 'Well ; : ;| pl } e, smalll.prfnge} J t.eJ, >
lot qd fist ,an .exeeedpgly, vi JgCrqgr ? sep "- : '7-Y! > '// JO'H.'i! ; tried 'mixiri the'seeds Witfrashes/blit; II levelmbeavk.clo.hP '
t 2 ; I t ,, ; pf fta
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vq:v with. ,rootsrotten,! ,as large, asca M'Ve appetia'.theallalysiso'thesateExperimentStation \ | did'nbtlike' the plaii: ''The' 'bed.fafe. I M>lgh? ffe,>5Rt, ,froni c q!# r9I
s \f ''and.m.JJhe; drouth pfkst) ; ; t ; r !;: 'divided< '' into sections about' tehf' feet by )frequenUy} .'Bulling the vlne f "qff.; !

ltna4C a Reader,growth; than ,the. Diligent--:search;for.;tt hayproduetngplantsuitabletoFlorldasotllhud l long; aiid t 'eMcH i Section' is" 'provided I i One season t plinted.lI. 1 alterr) te rows:

3 ewnazJ: !h' Conseg\ ntly! it,Jiad', moreoliaBe'to jnade in recen '1'hebegarweed8eems!t climate,has been wim 'a;.roller, ,on- which is,," a'sneef:. 'of f : with, "Rural .Bfanching ,&Ogq\l\ '"
TvAj] 031.., tprotect, its'; fruit' when ,the'' ib. 'meet these; 'i:'demands year to a.'iarge: extent, and gunny cloth. ,,rttf he'rolled down;lover:, and, although ::tlje. sorghum r4, Yf stnand' \

l rejtze;.qame. ,More than, that t'1.Vlp'g; des fves most carefdi i'consfderalidn'\ (;Below the bed !&n frosty lights 'or1 Hot dUys. ( .t tvtelve, t feet; hg}f i iJn peat tj Pclimbed !?

,. cu\uw1/qompjet/ l :sitst t growth j last 1 given'ahHAnalysIs :jOf It Th> analyst) ex- 'The %eed 'w ere 'scattered1' 'over>*tHe tp"t the, top- and, uteri iiaci to
jaji t\ Anas,-deyoted.tsentire; toAj(9 the number pounds ofthe different', ': Wateredahdthe .( ; '
..; \ energy- presses surface lafld' then" thoroughly the, ground .agam. When; 'planted,
tlO Qb; fruit,1 wjule J ;, nutrtentatn 1QO' ponndaofthealdryaplant.; rolled ;down 1 i >
( ( AcNcfj ir-drytomeantthattheplantafterbeing 'wing' > higabgut early, in April t off. :..tay'r {9: (tWe

s.nanf.ttncc! ; the .rams.! felt ,which l. ended i QByry ctit'? ,,was cured ,exposing it?a stiprt'\frblle; !I l&dky a dot a bove'the surface.. They' :vines would l continue; to sprgad'knd:

s! 5J djou tlj :)Kas gone: to gr:)Wlqg//apd)s )br soy to'the sun,and''' theb'allowed to.lie began' tb"dpme' up;'in three days grow until'rpst'( f,check t.; )thet1but;

.;nowLn! | Mrr; 'Churchlll'.s peds,;;)larger; : under shelter. The plant was. notlratlied' on I estimate t that I'have'5 0boo, plants l that very\ JeW pods ,wpujfd(bet produced -

than tne,cLoud' ,, plant right beside It I Oirothenrise'wet, after c ttihl. :A.;;plant will both sowingstogether; enough tb'plant 'buttirplanedJ"frQm.the|f; ; ,nijddle
l t l fal1f, n,the drouth\ : the \Ctotid? {was :;vary in;; ;Composition'according, to the,soil_ ten'acres:; T think: of f. setting dut fiVe of June': until the :'frrstpf 4, gustr;ttffe
the manuring, season, etc. ,Hence, to get at
J {\n i, swipe $s, J large ''as :the,;:.Fglvnanl) ; ,:'th6 avcrdpe 'f,composition, many' analyses'of t or six1 acres myself. I h ye' already 'vines will be( .Ht terally cpYeredi; .and

m\ now tKe I1 case}reversed!; Jtfiajjj f 'is|f f"b :'many plants'grown in-different places 8i in,dlffert prepared my land.-and expectbegin :.they: will I ripen at, a* tim} ,'when,,}ihe

e'Newnantlsatdirng; UP; Inl ;foliage! '!''years and; under dlft'eri3ntJOOnalt.lona to setthem, nexf week. With, the ex- ,i weather: W is 'usually' _dry, and|.ft\f JM!
II pq gs
q'iTie Cloud\ isbearing, fruit. ,Prob-; iferUlirlngj; should be:made.,. .Theanaly.lsglyen tine four
3yjrlijJ!},; ; ; perience'gained i during past I ,.be gathered, .with the J Jeaist 1 laipr.
ab .fnj > ,here_Is,that.Ct,.two, plants only..cut at; cap '
J later
yftie.lewnan | ,
; good
} :different stages of development (one_ in green_ years'I count on raising'a crop, They ,should .jjot be plant 4'es} tfi al|an

J! ye .AstotliatReshallseeturtherontb7 ( : 'seed tl e other hoi, yet, seeding' ), gr6wn. 'tbetiatite 'and'if( sb I''shall'erect\. bI .-niy; grounds four-or T five feet apeart 'each .y.-and

NU114 '\ : IRRtgATIONp: : I J season"{the one jast'wed) and on different here a factory for the rhanufactiire'bf' ,one plant't.I; left"m a hilt, j r'.f.fonly
UwEv, 1'TyearTepe ts and emphasizes 'soil' one 'high hammock,:twenty'or :cigars. I have two'' hands now em- A.1, ;,:S. ?11.tS".

.thetlt950n of thb>immense importance ,thirty years In cultivation,:and,;not"[recently pldye'd 'iri. W6rking-up: the accumulatedstock Jichsonvtle2iiarch; JG;iSOl/ I'
fertulced, the other,flat pine.woods richly feriiiied. which I ; enc bses'ab'article 1 wiili ten
of 'have
Mr. i
grown Styles
adf gettisg> a, heavy-grpwth of foliage in .
[ fAiongatde.of. the beggar weed analysis -
'...eiall,. not only to}' bear 'fruit but to l18 given the'average. composition, of average. 'during the last four yearsS'T'didnot by 1 nrnself and r/ufilished'} idT!? i is. .
')ptdtecfJ tfroM' frosts. If ,the grower f meadow' hay: ", '. '-1 _' ; dare 'attempt the' 'm'anufacture: until. I PATCH in 'r 883V'e' Teproduce'themain '
,' ( I ,,' \ 'e.'ct" .' learned:' how to1 Sweat It
; bad
his ''well rooted; beforefitheJendi6frthef part of : ,
% ?
t&n get ''plants ... .. -J
; .
Tainy, season,iheyillp : \ I :" : and prepare the leaf. '' 1 have a.1'tfaJ'ue'ltnd t r ,".. ,ithat might be'jneawred ard.' c->tinted
r."" ; ; ';"r "'J ,.. As1!l the plants groW;during the. "sum- Iteelf
agrowiveiy'wellyitliamoderateamountof I, .. JI without, gettio alfedj i ,.wfjhothtrarinei
.., .i.; : danger of.: op
of of" n I \ rx I mer :'if r desire i it, I will' 'occasionally'drop'you -'
rust and you
rain but the
; danger. Moisture.- 946 per ct.14.30, per ct. "TbUjearfortune! : U'fRf 1 .metfor
whiteiJrad.deters '''many from' early Oiudeash.: .::.::. .'72"" ,;". \ 6:26': r a, a- few lines, ,reporting1 about the fl'rst onhe.: a ;volunteer Tin
planting and with late: planting.something -- f'--t ....':.1i.s6 '.'*... oJ. "Dro'" i.: 'progress.- ,At'Jpresent1 Twill confine' 'came np In Mace where ii:cbold1 I)&alkiwiiV
is; needed* the Crud ''Fat..{. {i2.92TK'[ .ttroUaLSO-1': u _" hiyseirtb'telling)you Kbw' ''1 f11teptJ't1teici1t to.: spread lU l lf'without 'Int.. fttt'lrit' witlil t'bi
to keep plants '
Crude;.Fiber;... .M,29J9. t' ",.1; ) 28v30"'A'- Wdrms and other'Wdrmis in subjec* neighbors;,, 'The:,land r bad: beoa ptewed :
f MI'Idri );the !neti blg l ::1falJ ;Jftro-fr! | : lxJ -.ri v, u!;! -'. : flow ." '- since fbe previous J ouaryand jr .ftr MftBr <
: q. h. .R tV"1.1, ea J.oC tract v-.* .... 4i08, II 41.))0 ii u' of,any klndwas applied.. Tbe.only 1 om gi'-ea
b l1ev 9.Q' On .FaL every ut'rtUve'ratio..I..Vtor. :i' ''1 os'li.' '*.' ,I used ; pigs. Doiibtles '"yo'ha.ve was 'to allow no: grace or weed* to'liiier fere
11 t' often heard: or' read turkeys, ducks with the vine. '-yro 'ttietlmait'catt-{
grUerlot MgateJ tn9thi {all atrany ; The dlgestibiilty{ ( of the ,different nutrienta.n ; '. .
to* catch tit veDi1)i) ', it /attended tHettirsets tJ.rWt.
rate, Jimpl5eCUrelargeplants: the'beggar lias,BO Ikr aeIknod'ngverbeen ', and chickens being emplbyed'
worms bubt, : ;before ,asdgrew:far"wiaacr"thaItctbect LeBlleS.1
determined but Att ming1Vtobe'equalto Mt I ityduevef
; ,
.t t aa+blef l l ooi ij pg yeG !their f iwt meadow ,its nutritive tar!p"behind rtJNAAe1' j.! J he at
that of average (itay -]chew lof pig: being sbvutiliie Then.#1J rspriAg.amoderate; ; .; : wateriay aUb Jbs'an_1 to.7" whereas hat of Jh! hay,j*,as. ; ,it covered over' rthre )baadfed some
f : / fthe "
# :
; by.:sprinkling/would pay.also 'rocto: hlornvybu'that they were feet: ct jr und with a> *&* :__ (1'eaveotnd
say in
1 LtoS-a. decided. advance faYOraoiWe ', '
sawVhen' 'of
rever ; rlie'm
in the increased yield. l weed.< > i. i J T tiest'WorDi-hlinter : v D8l! tiN fTt'd la.

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feetew} the h bfp&eheo,mearared, .-ix Inches 1 1, fl.fl'i .. How often! ,-t happens an animal ftakh .
lhO ii1fereiibe. :TW Jvlael'with'it* fcntett* ; : T- .11le' ? OC 'Jlf.J t .: ?' 'FOuit', ': ck']and; .we abmttfl&ai&fcfoiJorelievVit ( >
to& :T: } i, i.,1i1J. I 3"' '" ,.. : :? "
Yjt JrltJ1 IAn"lLn4 'S7; ,'f'r' 1 ,'-,.< f, ; J ft'j;i i'TOu.7.11rr - - -." 1. foJ J !5dot1aot
footed up 5,188 feet In length. Add to this the ,', .l7": r;,zl ) tii :' W8.i:if r,,l;r-. .: do.,*. It'we havefcJtiboV kdrmiWto
r I
leat'i__r'fIid1he.tert 'dpn Iotks'bp
length of the $ sve's 1 bpi>: Hand.xdiode : ,, '
and giving
"T thfe ,
Prtilt-Orowei'i i O Symptoms'
Jffcfgi jh D4.1\ >>1a e n- Idltof Fw r&ld _
9giq!! y J'atmeE'aad': 'ttiftlliriwel 'Ii; ;( -: :
Merxbly more than one. mile linear. growlW ', : ,jpthe-; ? East;the .broiler sboora; ..has' it is an'easy .matter .19 follow mstruc-
3fi2 L;.: *<".".1t 1TJ4V '; M v' I The uniyersaU'custom;; nfthiSQUth from "The Poultry ,
JTwXEl A Vlu lf7 pf7tbS.TbJt broken agamas the, ,Secretary of tions. Quoting
: i i e<*ft fceTft Wi eef i from the".:.vine)eta r;fist st f?is:,.tor det; the f,calves.l sucklthfei ir; !the 'J'ran'el' State. Incubator) :w rites, me, Doctor," ,it says :, .t'* '...'-' r.. wiytie"The :
M they ripened and wben the crop w..a1l'l '
iW n'filled a'DuWafb'agUtSrefghey d dams,jeveryimilkingijgiving( ; tit:lone 01tw.Q j in 'a private', letter: that 'price 'never homeopathy'remedy for'roup
S this ''Wi'I ter ; and;the. is spongia and if homeopathy had
t".17.$ ;frrarjeenc'ponnd4)gnmbere ; iteats;: ccordbg !tothe\ ;calpsrafj i Virer so-higna ; '
t h con tajned i 172. eas ine* demand is.far :than the supply done nothingelse: ; >jJonltry-'Breeders
.,. ryw1 ( quantity. of pink) given ? :: greater: ;
rr {;!; + '' or;: } : by/itsiiam.
gvd' aDd a igaalCquarli. yjnsjrpeans.a\ largedenand; for. ,incit'! than>-to;;givethem this remedy it would
rw:,'1't : 4Uretsin ). t e7t'grew"aa ; ad Northerners.'} are amused the sigHt ; ','Or-itS
{ + > merit their''lasting 'gratitude1:
1 batprs ant}, especially i l J for broods.rsr Jor\; ;
,seen y fH y o oasltxth. m H q'd and attribute jtito 'shiTtessr ? be '
TbM n only J another evidence orthel'm&rk- ; ; the.general pen are not ready to incubate when ef1icacyt'there can 'no a ?pbt'j; :Junhdrecls T\

& t6 f et'brib '*fcenlai;cllifaw?: illgKllj1) !: Vii; esspfj.the.ownerv It is the)only fray the 'b'rdilers[) huist be :hatched arict lie testify to this fact. 'Ther.e'tareseyeralformsforadministeringtrie.;

; i Tefrjeeoimira.'fti: ', to'.raise f i themi-iift; you: depend?ton the'' machine-will'be:called iri ttf\ak'e' ;bid* ; : : .rem-
growth ;and great productiveness of this ylnfilfeWever ] IsTiot ''in edybut I,rh'ave-ifound 'tablets;tof/prte(
i ; ,,itp do.:1t ,-.orin[ 'Case.of fihestoclgve. dyfs/pladeojwhereL'it .
HindonKteciiyrtQ'r; beifattAbu eHffc negro : j i minim in or' ,\Vhatti'edial rto
This ought to be good news fpr strength
!11Jtf.o) J tb?iu1 petfprjtjr pf t jth4 J fyirtet' : \ .. hemjtQXfoster\ : mothern .,vXwdal} use.in Florida if will take Like nther benefactors of the humart us 111e T- ) \
} MK'Conch-bulJcicd1 i,:! 1 'far'!
i i.yJJQ be.ln.Tenied.l1H:woncler1'c11 pee3tr'cid3 sued: I '1.. 1: 'r! I" .\ .':1 fertile eggs irj} ';, ;winter i in a?: cpld ter, and is,just the rightquantitytformdose \,

: !)!I-,. ( I"y" ,. ': c-u! 9 r ,1: t!... If, -ho veri;.ypu'wish<,tb doindthei climatea; re, scarce .anu./.in;: / .great; ,deg .for a'sick fowl. As: 'a" 'preventive'
P eventiwr Onions tto Sprputing, tnanid S while ''in Florida ih reVs iicreason one tabletdissolved: 'in-tot r ounceroT
tc.u i yIl U u and have! 'rtetimej) ,patience and',- '
?artn1 perseverance Why>dtiricarl, rhatched'! '' 'pullet! water is.sufficient. J'ke: e t\\ ; 'y13r\
n\q.. ack itay1eigedd' gthoytyjtupol to attend to the Icatf take;ilaway0asjjoiQn ",tablets L at.tht* brooderfh9lse) and
onions writes tfi at he has, made' thfollowing e ; should ,not::'pi oduce fertile ''eggs, and: the } ;

disc Weryof 'w1i hom ''fifb\l '>as.;Iborp.:. ?1 t plac ':the eggs i.thstronggerms: ; : through,the< once each day I drop' one or moredathe &

It.t vaiueir"hr hynoMolisrhre1os'\ caj ,jn.an( ut-bu1'ldi ragsvmedtstancp!: : fall, anji wjnjer.rnon.ths.! Sucji# ( >egg drinking fountains of little'", chicks.
'Doctor 'describes
fro>m ",ro> tingattelthfe: : )Ve ther.tf1iP ({omAhe, tan occupiedbyiitsldam; ; rqbiti'some I will, ;command a .'high" price and: :are, '"The Poultry and;
diseases *
\ different
'wanted we'will only 'let' ilbe'kWwri'.We forty-five prescribes
jIJ''I''Tllisrcanzbepen i drYi.andgive ,Df/j its. dam'smilk ways } i
:1'JJJ5 : : 1 f ) remediesfgrtbeircrs.,
vented ,the following : have such 'stockfor' sal ; forty f \ six .

time')!* before the' *sprouting. .11 ngnerrAhor is ex: ;} through bottle, having a, nipple buyers: ,'beplentyJOnly: lasttweek Among those most .commpn dye 'migimentitan j h-

.A.- JHV' isfn? r.rjecred ..fen & a cork. D.o'this diarrhoeat gapes}? hernia)p) ,.
to'commence, orgy any tin,: ,\ )n couple 11, packed1(eggs to .Jt 4).for.l!! tquristwb : roup /

ifl?Je&hmry ar*Match;;take'the bniaidr tiris of;pay,.then.,.pu'the) | ,, milfcjip,:a.buck.e. <<:t,: was $ for,,this,; home; :jntjtijieNutmeg J I indigcstonswelled: ; crppsswelled 1'eaJ,

,, .andwith; sbatplt insert! t your er in.i the r calf'sf'mputh' grate;; .he said it was very sel]. \chicken:pbx, add choleraThfesedirt: bet
; ptl, ;
and 'gradually'lower its head"into' the dom'they could' eggs' that would treated with:!a:;dozen.remediesatiacpstrof ; >
knife::cutoff.!theJbard.lump. .at_ !thebot;, !
ti>7J 1 < bucket l the} 'which' OO,, doses,of. each )" jida
\qm 'of ng' the ; cbhtairifng fmilki, ,hatch)} fore April;''and'Iw s'qtiite surprised $3.00 per r ; ; y

i'botsa: i'ac'e'slioild'ibe; ::t taken 1 {toi should I'be ofitheisame temperature as to think we-were getting duck 'and.wJll| | certainly pay. iy .pne-whc; t

;wherlidrawnfromtheco ,. ,'fl r.calf 'raises or'tries 'to raise: ) fotvls.It'&o' S'
i&rjfire7the,residue of lh bnibh:d Pain" ; : : ; : eggS'imtHe winter., : I' I. I ( etl

Bo&c&tatn i whether'ni i{ forilWbe b ttf9JcMtp' should .bp, led f (.t three' !times) .a dayaasmuch | There.. ,_ s0.more. money! to produce, not" take long l to lbe'l '. chickens'1., bn stot'h, {unit i

> tbc. toot Tleye1 lt twjt thestir.; as !it will 1 drink, and tlioroughty'rubbed' ;; :our o nJ-r.? ; '' .. ; *E W. .AMSBEN.drmondi .-
with' the hWd. After' the'$ec home cteinahpL 'Th ie. is reaay.safeat $
face oFt9ftake( ; gut tl?5hardrxrtbnabout FIaarch'161&114r'r.r -vai trA:
ond 'week-itidepends a gb6d"deal 6ri dozer! for : ; ( ;
% tOirj)
.an of inch,below thesurfi $6.66 .per'
eighth ; .! r .. ,,, ,:J tin hu1:: ,
/ : :
the. havejm than :
'wU cnlfj as some:; ore sense pound .chickensdiring( ''our'
g :1 uherplan[ \Lpre PoTlttheFar '
give sati taction..r.The residue of the otrrsr-graduliY tajeiaway): t (,your jfijirjer season, ,land;the,s upply'y'ould ;n() e I J : and misfit-Grower.: ,, 8outhragzq"

OJ i &deeitbet! apB ari'tofsufiacin! the as i it;jsucks.anAjteac. ; ;t9drh k', ; c.eed, the demand for.jnany. years: ,, Editor"'One Farmer'of f' m'y' neighbors : OiPLa'T' : *'

'least fr4fecgt5r5&ai6itf\ -'Treated This r ju res.s fine patience? on the'part Aye.willihaye t to get someone, interested Worth 'bade-courityy keeps&"caref tilt}
/" 'the' per tor., ;'and'causes'some' irV{ { ovens '-where we can ;
t tI1e 'wit keep?mIio ;
wondermjentf the1 of'the second' ;t'hethoiisdhds.: .THeri-; wfecanprodiice I account
party hdtch'i'by
fer1Mvetalai .tnl .tharf'
.longer ; .
they '. i : ; ,'.." :.,, them q.-chcap that tHey lowing.i facts may go, ,tq show'owt..t a-Lj
otM 'wi&e'-wbuMJ::tItlisdeem'edbetter'teed : eproducing
] ; } z6o 'adapted to
latitude (} : ;
ihwn'where:the?air can have If the said party of the second part can;'Jbj? Qld/or:: Jess:apdilhat/wijll.cre, .. .J .492 l J.c' ,

should\ ive'you a butte in then stomach cI. ma.nd. >yq have .alwaysgid ;I : '. .- f
free accessA ltol 'theM J.Caifornia1'dliliGr.fJ1 ; g, ate a ; ;} ,; Tor the e 1"189'0,' an Javerage"'dFtwentyifour
lr;>; "', I ibulVery )r' ip et tiie?'bucket,, dop'tget'm'dtut1aote' ; t the' poultry business in every' branch: \ '; : hens, yielded '-2700}, gg!: '

1'\bf' !is .a.., .. .., ....( J.. J u_ d .-. Ji1't q ;some 'appropriate 'lirie frbni pi it will pay*'In Flbrida, andwefarestill '. That:is. an ,average of ita eggs toftiieg
I and it over again; ': ; of the same"'opinion/: $ : :
j jflar, ] ; Stalk hen the qund"J, ., .
.. '
i fo'drihlc .year fllt i! J" t
red ; Having taught: .it you may *l* *
iiW.heit; isremeq1b: tbat.rifonly ( One. da February. ,Qf this xthirty :
riisoils Aaix''sceti with milk: -mhe J i.
one good ear is born;upon each stalk : ,\Deii; c Since"our 1asI tJ letter;'we''have re- : )= two hens' laid l one'eggs.This ;
,inceacbiiiaiofT i \ thfeejstalkst: the hillsbeing flax Dii_ d'ee4'warin should''with! fc: thcV-'millc1 T1ie'niain eivcd' 'The' PoultryDostorR';' a" new i ; daily yield' is"'much':largef'thati-t

three feet apart;,, >there ilBbe:: I ; diarrhea find, useful, book .on- the-diseases)and the yearly yield above, faf te reasonthaC'Febcuary
3eeaMtOalieacreand withieven )>bent into have it';-war ni' :'of : fowls. JL i is ; i i seson tt
I4; tI jeatment.of: domestic, f fayprk isih ?
,"iU esu1t. : )I. I' NiU.'l
145" td the';bushel of cbrn ;llieofigwmiperacie. .that,will pay ten times its cost "- 'J.. DAVID
: A ener .Brassj.-oi. : ,oat pasture. wl}] 'tows' I rcl, R
ildHbeegt "rolIOO bushelS 7e.w } J l
crop ( to": any on 1ce.eplng,only a ;Rlwahpb J8,1s9ja! .r'
assisttsgrowth Jf(.a number., .. '
i :' :iEvery, farmerr/can; really: :,/ } i .-. 'tqtcalyes '- --;- : ., y
are ,raised at'olf time it
: '-
ihisjesiritjs if :
seeLfeievp.easily {possible:
: :wotdd be"well.te hake({a'small' sf lrlbf ,
ke M&no '
bafren'fitalksf andjthejperkifcctoono

faseecb' necessary jtpf'':secure,, ,Sach n Y"so-.that' :eacH will. get. > itsshares "Cr 11',

thwtr. jttwka-fecundity! lia-the pJanti slas.emainltnnd'r ;; 'pnopei, \ ightthan .t I", a, to u
,n9mqrepie sans "
r ras )ea5i11 attainable:; ( j' (I f>, V

bYJ\U.IMi ee1&practical: ;met odsJ.!3 its 'to,,sCeadrpye: ; : : ; ni: ::.u7t'ie11ers, come' '. r .. I .. .
their ; 'IT'EN.GQS
running and lowing feedjandTHavtrig ;,
fieJ..eedjClororJo WoR
cy'f .on '
4' y.otk&1' cbmmehced::'t6T: &i ''sb 'gat'tegularihowsiamustabe .Ir.L: S 'A '- I;
swed f)opeciiliarityjnwith ranij j ; ''Ireregularity ,.. GUIN ; .
kept-upj' R BOYaxttir
'' J.l. ;
roals.-N. O.PRT. .TimMtDt1Jl'iriJlJ b': ,M pfCJNEI-
in feeding;;.coarse:);fee4-or.ppldi ; 'Billons'and('JfarVotis'Disordertnchi> 1 'as Wind and Pain in the 8t maeb.Sick.) ,
T ", \ ; )jvjjl! .rig\ ,pn diarrhea; and dysenfery -, 1 Dead heGldd1nMs.pn1ne..and Swelling. after'Shortness Meftlr; Dizziness of.Breath and 'Dto'walDe Costiveaess t,,

||[ ivAi O Ateit ,, \ : Cold Chills.Blotches,Flushings on the of,Akin neat,,Disturbed Lou of Appetite Hle4Sp.'FrhhttuIDream'and 1INenO'lN .
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Sen.attortc,&c. TUB
[''TEz fft !\! : / When about 1>, (,a yeaf .S spleneticjfeVef ) HL1trtlT and Trembling S.dTh1I! isgo ftctlpl1._Every beret fW'Desttr invited to try ODe Box of these1'Als&boxt; ; z
isl'apt i to ''make its' appearance} and they w i t!be cknOUtledged to be a' Wonderful,rMecUe'n&-"Wortb to' a te hea1tJC rot a' '
'&. ; aini. then* the yoiinganimal; requires $ ,BEBCfLU8.r1LU3..taken a.\!\ rIflquickly re.'OJ"e females comp

dc a J Attention,or dg at th results I! ,qHj kl lr. i ; IMPAIRED' iblGESTIOH ; DISORDEREIUIIfEBf[ ;

rtb AI lfN EWSf PAP! RS"FR ,, _' '." VI, ..Br SCHaADER.II. E tbeyAC'r'TTTTW.urAnTfif. .-' a"estorinR y>M . bf-
e youthe" th Florida Home'' Waverly J'tock "Farm, near. TaliahHgsee 1 enbig'the museu1&t m-s j : ofjlo
..weeIII-trial for 10 oeats and tni sit TOSTourtMalJln :I.Fla- :,March.:i ,1891 ". ,', appetiteaa4amueing; v1tbw.o1t09E11Vp0FI.EALTUthewholephysicatenergy ,.eZ
aILn \ IJat",tree 01 charge which' > ,. .. --.., human frame.e8toth"Xe'rvX1.'These I r n&Debilitated is that SCZA23 VILLA' HAYS.. it..uAM> T L\tJ.,1:,

Ma wtltMDC.......yeitnpoi,
wat..t$0 'i'laI'or.' locate in Jf lorlda, very Or yon;jam all Watra Oat;Really! ggod 1 arneotb-: ,PreparetlonljlbTTIIOS.! &CO., 365 and 3G7 Canal St.,New York
and to_Uleret ,It is general debility. Try *generally. B.F.ALLEN
the l1S Te t- I., ,BilJ"1i Ing .'Jj.J.BON\\BJLTTBKS ,<;' Bole Bold AgeMa by pruggltt for tM Unacd State! ;who(***qw!re/*"**)y tf y*urn does not keep' wnWIIJLMAILjBEECaAMSpIL3 ,//, +ffri
\IeeMeWmrO .. B: A ress SOtr.r fi' It will cure you,deaase your liver and giroF fltf RECEIPT\ OF. PRICE254t2R ;; CEI : SsA Elf ,
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i '.ATe., 6oo ,were there,;, ,and' they 1 Jbofled advantage, it is ,delicacies* oysters, dilloes I ;! butjn.the, strong lightwkkhis

i "t' UI over" one building after another untilat turtles and fish, peas andl st wberries, *now" ,-.turned J i ;upon it, ''it''islmund'to'': : :

r. R'H" [. tfJ1 .rARMRS Jwd..wtrNr.u.AtUANU, last they found room in the, Gospel cucumbers and cauliflower, ,those gostraightm, the ,main. ,r< -.

!,J '' ., .coieaare.- .JAMMKt.- IM-. tent. They heard some excellent papers early spring ,dainties full of,freshness ., .:.If an"..angel from* ,heaven. took. hold,' ,

t ,M ARCH'' 36,1891. on educational topics, then they and sunshine,which are such a grateful of the orange 1'bade of Florida and

t STEPHEN POWERS, ,- ,Editor. took a sail on lovely Tampa :Bay to relief 'to the palled stomach"" that has tried"to'steady" it, there would stillbekickers. ; J

t ?/i P. O.. Address, Lawtey, Fla.v see the White Squadron, every ship been winter-bound for months_ on forcemeats ._ _These, ;two concerns .have

It t/I ',' painted as white as milk. Alachua peppered and pickled stuff and done, ,_and are;doing-,.solid good.work.

1/: Publications- Received.5 V r*, county perhaps( others also) gave the cellar''vegetables. Where is'the 'man They '.cleaja up the ,,groves. .They

F sweat MJ.,8.Fet Department MIeroftcopy; twelve'edlble AgrloultnreDepart-; moth teachers a week's vacation without that has gumption and force"enough haveshould'ered; { and. carried out .anappailing'iot

reeas of the United States, with colored loss of salary. Still: the Florida school to advertise a hotel with ''strawberriesand of''trash and dumped.

l sad pstei.WhtaL Also Report on Diitrl ballon: of Corn term is so short at best that it:,wouldbe Jersey' cream in February? It somewhere" -:and,got,the money'ior.itwhen :

Wild Flowers and Hardy Ornamentals;;Cat best probably to have these institutes can be done, and there will oe'l large ( ''there was, 'any). Staggering

tegtM of GiHett& Borarord,8 uthwteJi,Mass.Soalhern so'arranged as not to,break the in 'it. We have no' patience under ,the, burden of 96s and 1289
Poultry 'Journal, Vol.. 1., No 1,
; { aHu,.Texas. ,It has that wretched'piece of session. .,. with the man ''who ,brushes' the flies'off which theirkown mistaken' advice' ''has

tadei7,Mj>eaJowlw Instead of peacock '. his face and says celery cannot!'be sailed, upon them. .. ,, they 'have, now,- *
Mr. W. A. Bours the well-known
"Railroad.Report of, the Northwestern Pro- ,
", in Florida. It has been done I and 'then I tramped on a man's toes,
*!*<+ee aid Oodb. Allahabad, India. seedsman, "The conch is a grown ;
says pea
,Ceas..s Bulletin'No.88; Viticulture.' Florida it is being (done, every dayj more .and and he has got angry and shouted
late and makes,nothing but vines
d get even mentioned as a grapegrowingftfcU. pea '
'1fratid 1" But have personal insideknowledge
., We will change all that. is a very rank grower,. and it is. said more-in the right soil, by the right 4 we ;
Harvard University;' a brief statement 'by kind of a man. that, their' i officers .try" to
that of will
tfco .Secretary Frank Bolles, ,a quart peas ,cover
Cambridge .
do :
I je Mws. an acre in vines" Mr. Styles' letteron These people come 'right to our ;justiceito" every shipper. ; Mii 1'''

.. _. I doors and thereby save us the neces When, a man,,. puts up his fruit at
another shows-.that five
:.' :If at anytime of our subscribers page over ,
any auction, only'question he ought task
obtained"froinone sity of shipping these' delicacies' a:
finds himself deceived by an ad. quarts of dry peas, were thousand miles with all the risks ,of is: is it honestly conducted If it
vertiser"we will esteem :it a'favor,if he vine covering 300 square: feet, : is and 'his'fruit)sells too'low, 'he ; must
loss.. A tourist is better than: a com:: '"* T* : "
which would be the of
will inform the editor of it promptly.We at rate over somewhere ,else. T neo'mcMarket '
bushels Conch mission merchant, if we 'make the go .
acre. are /
will never knowingly publish, any per peas receives, and.is compelled to
of him. These 'are.
use people
bushel least for seed proper :
worth$4.oo a (at )
fraudulent! advertisement.
One Bain
sell as'betfikScan' '''a'large: percentage?
good livers they'are rich they want
which would render them
profitable ,
operating under various aliases,'lately culls 'and frosted fruit i 'the
of drop
that ;
at the above rate of production. and are able to pay for the J finest, r,
advertised an electroplatingapparatus. crop is not reported' in. the, bulletins, jljt
Florida can give. If we can :?:sell : .
fet :300. He is a thoroughpaced : good, fruit is sold low the;
Mr. A. L. Duncan, of Dunedin, them cucumbers 'at'' three 'dollars a' some : ; '
(iatcland: ,has been.hunted to his hole sends us a sweet pomelo' of' whichhe 'dozen and strawberries at a dollar. a'quart growers :should bear in 'mind: that; a.
time and in the North. 'e '
again 'of should'be''
....T ta !_ writes : "The :tree is an: ,early .and even for a few weeks we' are margin fifty'cents-a ) :* '' '

An investigator who took pains to prolific bearer: and a good grower: and getting even. The man who. ..se11s.a added for..costs: ,,if.shipped'. ;' North, ',;:-.:;. '.11.>

find out the number of agricultural has few thorns. When free from rust thousand dozen cucumbers at Florida !w BEHALF! OF:THE EAOB.J: "

papers 'taken in each township of a certain the fruit is a bright orange-red'and' prices is much more in'the way of'getting .

in Ohio Size about the his "rights" than he who rubs ,The' Boys :Snail Have a, Obahea to
: county found that the very handsome. 72 to roW;:Up;!**1Ianhoo.; .; {

,saceeeeof each, as shown bythe cen- box." 'The flavor, is.very fine, but the his sides.against the political gate',posts Hon.;, ,0...jar Hi'Summers,:State Sean f'

'S-IK:of'1885, was in exact ratio to the rag is rather) too thick. We .should and ''lifts up his voice wailing,for ator of..UuvaJ,.county) intendito intro-t:

number', ,of farm papers taken. In onetownship prefer to think the specimen had been immigration and Congressional re (luce..the following bill,in ,the,.,-legisla? i
'' tune early in,the session, arid will ecb ,;
not an agricultural paper was slightly frosted. but we are not aware .
taken, and the average price of butter whether tl1e..rehas been any frost at Men and''brethren, 'raise ".s something, deavor tcf'press.it to?passage: ?

for .i the year was io}i cents. In Dunedin this winter. ,Should like to and sell it to a Yankee, and', ge't'eye. f, A_ N Acr to of prohibit cigarettes the to persons sale ;and'disposing under'-* 1

another 'township 214 agricultural hear from this fruit again.Utilizing ., with him. o .. 18 years'of age'and:to'prohibitper-i :

papers were taken, costing about$250: -------V '0. Picking a Bone With 'the:mango: ',sons' under -18 years of age from
tho Tour1 ts. ; ]
and eJ butter; sold at: an average of Handlers. smoking cigarettes ; -

20":cents\the, same year. The unusual concourse of tourists On another page President, ,,Adams,. Be it; nacted;by/the: Legislature! .of, .
.. . the;State of Florida: :*
created a scarcity of eggs in Jackson.yule with his usual trenchant knife,: lays !
In, with Mr. A. H. Man- SECTION i:. That from and after the
company and forthwith that invaluable bare of the mistakes of the :
called one orange pasSage:of this act it' shall be yelaw-:
vil1ewe; Mr. R.Davis .
; on George" article of food began: pour marketing organizations! of Florida ful for any store-keepcr,::-sal oJ .keeper,

Direct.or-General of the World's in from States as far north as Tennessee We. dare say he: is correct,. for i it ka; merchant any other,person; or-'per:

Fair, at the Windsor'Hotel., :He is and Missouri. Let us suppose that; common observation of strawberry, fond' their agents;' clerks or assigM to:
( :that the : selligive'to, : in other --ausser
anxo .florida Legislatures4slleake ; or : any ;
: : there have been, as asserted,'more than shippers that berries picked, early '
'dispose 'or,1persoAi
if ;any person
itJs! ; .appropriation, even twice as many visitors in .Florida this enough for express shipment short under the agejof: 18.! years, cigarettes

"only small-one,, to be'expended'u& ; winter as in any previous season ; what twenty to twenty'five per cent.'0(' ''the of ally;kind or description whatsoever,.
ks Qwn, direction, in order to good do, ,they do us if we: cannot raise size they'would attain if, left:on, the. : ,and upon'conviction: thereof,shaWbe!
girt the State a distinct recognition ,: punished byra"'fine snot' :to ,exceed f$25 .
a food supply for: them? Florida air plants until ripe enough ; refrigerator
a:..d a,.'.',status. in the, sisterhood., .He. : or imprisonment in the cosaty j Jail set'to -
"'- : them nothing most ofthe transportation shipment. But the judicious '
costs ,, exceed thirty days.., '
tfeisks :it migh'tbe well to give 'the
lines;and many of the great reader will carefully discriminate between SEC: '2". 'Atsy 'persoIi'orperIOM'

powtibn :of Horticultural i Superinten- hotels owned m the North,. and if this presumably mistaken advice Underhe age eft 18)) yyea* ,..rshaUcagtettes :\

,. deatteisoaeother t : State; ',then ,assign our people can not sell ,them food and the, main; function of those, con- d lan1 Jiod"orf- R d Ji f
.ST the sub-department ,of Viticulture l tCaIiforBia serf 1whateY< the
what revenue do the visitors leave here?, cerns. There is little doubt that, .: .
th 'r be U.K '
and that of Pomology to victiotit; ler a gro; ,1
its **' *'*<** *** f
Florida and '
." ,Shall we rest content to let bea Fruit Exchange corollary or vided( m Section i of this L. ,

Fleeida a ":1 .- ',mere pic-nic ground,; .a dumping supplement, the ':Home Market-have .-S 8Cj )It':$l :be4the\ duty;p( .!pCj ,

huh. :the,,',usual.public spirit:,and lib- place for tin cans, whose ripped and done more to grasp and steady the sheriff, 'his, 'de p Ctiei,,;icoastables': '.a 'j t

eriJky: ( its passenger department, j lgedmouths' tell\ of good things orange trade thais any other Influences:. police'off.cersw;; > shall:' receive' oae-' _
half;ol' {fiiie iHapose i *!,, to arre&t: the
the'FC.: &:"P. 'railroad- ', with.. its two. raised !;somewhere else and brought Like all human. organizations," -,\ they person! orjpersoas; ; .violating\ the previsions ; : .

;) log'stri gsrGf"counties strung ots hereto: be eaten? If there is any class have committed blunders, and in;its ,dtthis act without:"warraal,' ,and

lire wept.and south\ ,.poured 400 teachers products in the world,which.Florida early days the Home' Market concern, take them: before'the'pro.w..- ;: *' r chic: "('_"taibe'dealttc ". pt. .,...
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;> not have fcesa without its 'pecc& lt.rm; 2CCo.':daaceith'_"1P' -: '"
i 4O 'Taipa.. Between 500 and is calculated by'nature to'prodUCt: to may

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;;' .. .' ._ ji&tlI: :gdarIce-. M q .I -... Fib.. .. ". .Produce.FLORIDA .. E.. ..... as the crop in Florida to said to be enormous
; l = $ r' :_ English hothouse grapes coat 96.per. pound ,All reasonable question,coming Cry & '1',
t He. present:3jr*. ii;//Ot..aI: ,. ',, .--- .... Spring lambs are ,$8 and 110 bytcte carcass bet wit be iraddreseedt M pea&i.. sea' '.
:> ... ; to the.editor as Lawt r.
s. ( EXCHANGE .REPORT. 9S,50 for hlndquarterft,. &3d |2+50 for .fore without charge : .
"'asd ,tax)laws: 1 m" ,Fteritk; we. 'doto FrtUIT, rek1M... quarters.REPORT. Kepu can not be given by roatu., ;;.. '_ jVi: "\ '.'
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Ht ke'" ti 'sy ,tfetthe: {'FARMER During weekending Saturday, M reh fflst, '75.. JACKSONVILLE'S MILK SuP-

Ai t tl'' ivtrGirowali'ie 'op: eed to the about 76,090 boxes were seat to mrkfrt., Baste, the Si M. GEORGE *. CO. I ICRICA.ooMarch PLY. J. S. S.,: Concord Tenn. (1)
wool to
bulk of the shipments goteg,as selfs
BoIi Pure, fresh,,sweet milk from 8 to
9SJOO. 29.
y frictjofcfofa era markets ti JNew York:reports ; : '
.voting of two mills or'a i 10 cents a according quality and
.. ") i tea 14,90. Philadelphia Jm.N. Baltimoreaboutppp ORANGES. Supply of. Florida oranget- quart,
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1! 9 > 1 boxes. s ,Fruit now on amount taken. (2) ,If by sour, milk you
MM+ for (ExpowtKro pur- will rather small and market firm. ;
iHHmgratKm steamers
.c'" t > r< VJ New York nporla'three Bieily sfele is mainly of a russet order. Fancy bright mean. buttermilk, yes, in the aummer, at
of ,
polel%""r:It'4'k 'ufi}* t'"aa4.I.miquitoua jto sell H080 this and week 16/KO,their boxes cargoes oranges constatingrespectively. ..took'lwould' bring a about.shade out over of the quotations.market. 5 cents a quart.: (3) If the supply was

-1"*:BMB to.briag inflMgraals J hirethe Next week four other steamers are due atlfew Choice Mexican California oranges are, such as Riversides,' are greatly )increased i and the: quality' improved '

York,with :cargoes aggregating,35,000 boxes.forth fair sale and'.firm, but common grades. are the! consumption! of it would< vacaat: :tank''of' }tick These arrivals are considered,very light Call-
to'I, easy, beingrather plenty. Quotable: doubtless increase. (4) The-'wbole ale'
!. of the season,hence we fear no interference !
::1 part
.. California -
: Ibm to good. I2@2.60;
t i ,commrm
Itlaeli;t. eCisally"ofabaee! t eea >tndspec< with sale of Florida, particularly Riverside 92.7318: Washington NaY, price of rice is.$7,00 a ton. .(5)WeiwHL\\ :

'' t J. j ..::1 C .i" where the"dta ertlootange is of good quality. choice. H .50; Washington Navels 'com answer any further .questions you may,
..Ofcrs.KjfeeiLcguiattire Large and coarse fruit fit still in liberal supply IgJsSa to box 59(4 I Th8.re'21licenp.d
.. ,Y.l \ much ,better thanwas mon, O! Florida 176@200 Waitto ask, if in our power0)
aDd while it I
; 3 25; F1Orldal.lro to box $2.75; Florida\128 to Jacksonville.
dairies about
'wfll l reported some weeks ago it continues Florida,7 box 9&25&I 50
spprofHf&tej box 92 ( ;96 to ;
/ the general average farbelow what we The dealer estimates that .they ,
keep Florida 250 to box, $ .r-4iirlorlda: Indian leading, "
.f $t5J boo in aid'of ads exhibit at theCWUfbCoJumblan usually see at lat.ter.pan of season.last!reported.Prices I I River, choir to fancy, ,*$ yield on an.average 200 quarts & day/or
about; the same as I
continue Florida grape i fruit scarce. and, salable. :at 4000 iu all.. He imp-orte'fromthe.:
1 E'uolitf", and Fancy stock of best counts !ZII8.fjI>84.W : : say .
l' T i' 5 -".,-- fair to medium grades. 9 fiQ836v large an4 1P e5Operbo x. ,choice, desirable ales,qso- North.about.200 quarts day during, .. .the.,

at.l. ,thf aana tine revam". .p '.the Sutco ? : coarse stoek,91.75 2.25;Tangerines,' Mandarins ,I250A6, table at$O3@3.75 per box. winter '
Uws.sc\1, !Atj'e11L' J real t;, .:estate;;shaQC.beaneiied some,.9KM few;extra Grape fancy fruit going about same ..Manda modertte.PiXEAFi::'&Cixolc a;*.Were to fine quiet Havana, with sell supply at 93(3 76 WORK ON ORANGES. ,,\ G.;'

{ rI... Navels: are in light supply' and not very 54 Pf f dozen, and common Hngar Loaf at 91-50 Lake Charles,,La. Moore's
.once in five,years (or once.,in choice and.a rule conditions, going fi6Q@8.75 according toquality @2. Fancy to extra large. Porto Bloc .pines', ture is the << Hen at$6( j dozes
tea)Jt i ittyfactsalrsworn 'cash\value,, .,tby ; NawC..us3AGx.-BloTi per ; and quiet. H. Drew, Jacksonville* ; :*

; Or.' r b Louisiana fresfe and good held at 93 a crate. 77. SOFT PHOSPHATE F.;;,:E.i\V;.'

t able... Stele- ', 'officers,- ... : -. appointed_ IV-l trieGomapr '- HOME MARKET .REPORT.JAGKSOKVXIXX and slow. Old and poor stock, no market. ,Umatilla.. We: shall endeavor to persuade ,
..,, ; (leaving: l i no loop."h4tleior, : ,FLA March 23,188L; ', California Florida quoted 2Uoper quiet lb.z.%$2.2x32. 50 acrate., the 'parties to advertise. 'Have. *

"v: : We sold about 1000 boxes oranges yesterday.Good NEW BESTS.*ancy,with green' tops,> 'sellat I never\used the article! ;:hence we hard to'
feeaj l .J favoritismtax); \ ,personal property prices were realized, .showing decided' J 403sSUc p erdozenr! : ofleriogs of theeccaiy: accept all our information iromothans '
advance over last report : : S.ockw th "silted tops, dull ata688Oc.
-..4;iacaaes with! rigid. scrutiny Buyers present from New York*Philadelphia : Some have to 6e.trSmmecIandputtn But it is recommended bymc'n of.saoh

rod 'a..l level with TealeW and other large'markets were unable to barrels. These sell at 92: .per bbl. Crates,with, high character that:we believe:is must be:.'
impartiality. on bay M prices ran too. high for,their<>aarkeU, wilted tops,duli at$2 of value. You had: .better'buy a ton or.
'TIi1l"' FARMER: ': "A&X j >, 'FRUIT the bulk being taken by the lesser cities which' CAULXFLOwjEK. lloniJ&, good to choice, .
; centers. two:and try it. .
*" can. afford to pay more than great quoted 9233 per dozen heads; it was quiet.t.ommon '-
'GROWER will give hearty approval;and This Ateady advance will.unquestionably, I offered at$1.5(1.( Borne arrived more! 78 'PHOSPHATE. E. .J. G;;' Pem ; '

"*** ooaiinue through the remainder of' the aeuonaudwe'Mk..hIPP8f'I snit or less braised and'of rusty- appearance. this broke N.Y.* See.above., ,.. :*;'Ji 'iii: ,
to send:in their ,
t MmeAd t n'to'both'"wares.kt ; sold at$4 a crateCvCUKBxRLAre
e We must have It to. hold these buyers here : still plenty! ,. :slow and 79. PHOSPHATE. H. R.' C,, i1Qm.."
y ; The buyers now here 'would take 10,000 boxesat ; Choice quotable ftt 6 75ofperdozen, : "
tj..idt toMa of fordng; jip arbi.. ,, it current with :Miss. ,See above,
could .
!'v .'- -.1' -each. sale if they :: get ordinary to common hard to sell at all, :
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..._! !; J1.'I. '" f rice.. And who could ask better prices and not really quotable. : 80. SPRAYING FOR SCALE:' L.A. '

'II :,',.tr tte.. .,.taxable.. -. ,;yaluatiofi, ._ ..<<. of' .. vacantIfpr '-''', ,", ,'r' '' Why. should the fruit_be_u held loagertlPrice's BTBINO. BEAN8.-Qu1 F.f: few on' sale.UlA4s4h K.t.Altoona.. You! cannot kill'.the,scale. <
yesterday. ran followsFancy1p.ThIg bushel> oozes 01 held at taw :
lonaa *
1 specuUtivej purpose\ : ;' bright, .oundt heavy. stock in desirable > and"Wax at$7< to an'y.extent until.they hatch,and begia)ito ,.

T1 stN! cownaymsffl. i It is.a4to equafr eoaots,9J.a5Aa.75: mixed lots aTeragtDc rOJUTOEs.-In fair supply! and' steady, li circulate. When, you hope: .>iadwaa,,
"..U..t.o. sise 1 IL809126: mixed, lots run- good .Florid' and Her: West, 10-Ib: :boxes, month or six: weeks of steady 'Warm-

Ya1ah td'refit the,rid b( valuation' I*6ikidthat eoaata.1e"er Biiff large SL7092;,russets',stralg'ht unless very lines-dark of*;sell big; quotable chilled Block at 80c received@;. for which fair,to can choice.be obtained Some weather 'apply: the emulsion (or 0 f1.d'ef- ''1

lais'belai stumped.I' 'p b rep 1' as well as bright*, .grape 'fruit! bright .andIaesaj6 At gOftHc. _Borne: also are onrsrrtpe and slow at the -insecticides advertised in sour columns :' .

L .-f &. S : /":f; "t y -*f 'H" .fi5. 657&;:Florida, bushel boxes*, $3.50 for fair: );;then repeat in two or three weeks .,.
,- il L ,All.humanaction:, bM.jaidtfce j'; 'In.view of prices now realised it will not&., none: really fine offered.. C ..llornb6,, out .,:
the scale hatched
: d". .". ... -'..... ""," pay to hold logger! as fruit is deteriorating on baskets about. 3 lbs,quoted &$?3.Qsxxsr to.kill young after' ;
"",::; :! ..se4tkrt n&otke in] aU the trees,and If held will not be in condition pns.-I"an.y" Florida la busbeiboxes the first'spraying.T ._ : 1.
with the Califomias,'and foreign '
to compete I' cold at$4. Ix>siiftnaf4busherbesca ASHES. ,
tk.ie': is ''''ce' ''t J e,JVsJye of'hii fruit BOW coming In large quantity. 1 1I' fair,but pods not well filled. ,.$*.75@3;:poor andrusty 81. HARDWOOD J.In.Jus first annual WTS.B.report -'', .
Satsuma !!
,slow at 92ft& 0, .
k'p, +itattig'it"- 1 sb'ipe'fto'\ \:mak.. < I' : : L&TTUQ&-Lou1ataria. head UUuce rem sins Prof N. Robinson, State Cbemtef;'... fII

1tiIt ,ta '.. fWkIt.- t1it -f atvafoist M*v REPORT. BY G. SI,PA1:4l R.. ''I dull. Barrels quotable within the range end ol, gi v,s the! analyses.pf four,brands'oC Gas;.
irY ? prl ': 9994.' Bushel boxes, common purple II
: YOKE Marcii 24,1891. ashes. They vary somewhat. Theoe,. (
: New ; slow at 35@45c, and fine. green quotable at 750 nt '"
: '
MI. the. ... .land. kh" 'has. only. 't the'__. valufa -. ..' tie market continues firm on'oranges, fancy 86c, but also slow. percentage of moisture runs from II tol'f.38
: < tit,of Indian riven selling at*4 atee sa fe-rror, 'at moet/ SSSJ8 M: russets 92.6092.75; medium,, pitiful app*_ -!s for.help. from poor,'people 1.58 to 2 90; soluble potash, from I>.la teU "

:'? iinb-cfittaB =bat 1 'as' _SOOU al: ,,thoraitfc < : b Eta;finest grape strawberries fruit r box, 36(140,99&2.&IJ( ,cents,9iS, infe per in: Kansas in certain and'Nebraska.sections of those The States last year'scrops were 551. < 4
frees+ t are set i in'it( there""l is exT rior. &9.'cents'pineapples, extras,. 2082Oesea. ( a total failure and many farmers are. sufferingfor ..J ,.r .
., cenuL market the necessaries of life.SAVANNAH' .' Huriates '
The con-
4.. ,. I V ipainion : .medium : Sulphates vs, 1'- ;
't"'i.. .. Ct. _. '.. Aa. 'acre'.. .'-oOfMfC ...l. times firm oa choice, |1 beans 60 2;,choice which'are'ael1lnciIi.me41um tomatoes,; 'Ve hue no conclusive e'vidence'7 .oCr.' ,' i

aH e i :if poly a bW (uaifpkaiidm ;' ,,p wanted... Chariestons, MARKETS. form .in which,
.. ... l..r ,|2.5O 8'5'J; beets,,75oenU the superiority of one ; .

,Sabenawi11sell: for.,morKprtcXpiBW < toy; cabbage is in heavy supply, the market SAV'A1N..ur.OA'' '., Marsh 24, 1801. potash or nitrogen, or phosphoric acid, >,
lg overstocked,fancy hard green COTTON The market was dull but steadier.
tillari, aw acrti' wi'the ing at 11.60; fair,75 cents to 91; new poTatoes,, I There was a slow inquiry ,and. a very ,light may appear in an equal' stag o!" scju-' '"

a /8..f7J0; seconds,94A&6.( : business doing.The total sales for the day bility, over another. tcr ., and, we mi- 4
It.".Ye, f1s'> .the. fiwd,3,u1timate. tes.. .. were 330 bales. On 'Change 'at tbs> openlnc ,
bulletined chat most arc
". ' call at 10 a. m., the market.was trust cases >
.c ..Ji OLIVIT BROS. and unchanged with'sales' of S3 bales of w.
.i.I' '}J REPORT BY quiet At the second call at i p, m, it was quiet, the simply_ to" the applfcaJo= .

;Kie. rr,,twi'Say\ ,'if. the,Legislature: wil The orange market is quiet with Prices only a sales being SSI,',bvles. At the third ,and last many pounds of.Pro 1pb, nitn g m, etct ,
are .
moderate demand on fancy grades. .1*.closed} quiet and unchanged,, l.
call, at 4p. m. .
Met'Mws ((ire leave,it"'to'their wigdo*> about the lI&D1e.c' 'We quote Indian rivers, with farther tale of 13 bales. The followingsra contalntrd ja th! ,t flu P s s3C-;' W4 t2Sd.:' 1..
: ffcaoy; and firm. at '$5;' straight lots, 99i;;: the official closing spot quotations of the At. least there is yet no proof to.thes
ter their form and.subftuiicet ) otber sections. In nffs to 200's. 3$4; bright.,, Cotton Exchanger ,
ia.IWs, ".'15. Fruit that runs largest 'sells Good middling, 9 1-4; Middling 5-16 Low contrary. We have Bsyfcr:: yet.. ob:.: ,J.
t 13well u'searcbisjwUi very slowly.. ,Strawberries are 30 to :45 cents: ?.6-8 Good ordinary 7; Ordinary, : lamuriatec .
Sal S ri.rod; : \ oabbage very plenty and: selling low. $ldL2c( middling, ; nerved ill results from the chlonsc. : fl

tMt'" rest the I burden ofitacl per ommat beaa9p2.76:;PCM,.peer ; Utrge. ,,, 6.1-2.6ealifandThemetwrt uJet but'fiizngr.' 'I c., oa fruit, crops j: jspr .otvpoistoss \;
ii wanted at 92.60&I, There was a fair dem&nd. white holders ante .
alfee ri, Mke' 'an"'atmosphere, f equally i iJft ..tl asking full flzuresfor all otr5 np. Something or other vegetables w1ergThealt

'many !steamers 'oa the way to the like 4W balea were sold during the day: was applied in,the fall or wintcc,,
eras) min according 1.to: his'1O property, United States. with fresh fruits, there are 'Choice 111-2t.Er.tra.floe,J8 3 4'*17; Flae.S16 ; .. '
vessels headed for this fine. li15 12; Good and, in reasonable quantltlesonly.-" .
boat a doseD sailing 1 1-2; :Medium .
,that:all :shall share:alike:the oovBtrj,.wlUx 50,000( boxes of lemons and 15G Oloses ) medium, 1414 i 2;' Medium, nominal.,' 14; Pnxtical F&rmtr; 'f
; A t
18 I.
Florld 13 "
of these and s
on board. Eight Ooorglaa(
of Common
ef itys\ apfropmtioA ,for, the.; Ir..t Tosseli are bound for New York city/so there RICH-Tb*caartH was dull At quotation& J. r ,""<:f', "" '. ,
a of fruit even after the Flor- durtus thday were 2 3 b&rrelL.Tbo Nw s.
then will kvol will be no dearth mosaics The Lake: Weir suuyM 4t
Ck cageispectacle, we. Ma erop ceases. It is reported that there are s&los during the ...e!:were about 1, 96 barrels.The .
: 11 still sifo carloads of California oranges to.bs following am the official quotailo&aof twelve irrigating plants that: fiav c,1 bed .J
tbei'heert .. 41. a hipped east. There recently arrived in,New Board of Trade. Small job 'lots are held atI that sdghbcrhoodfJJ: **a .
r} carload of apples,con- put in :
t York from California l-SOMft.+ higher: :
)l,,t 1Fli dA06E,' 'aid. .shall. ... ,t tainiag use hundred boxes of Newtown /Pip- Jfs.ir,4, 4fGitodi&i-4$5 8-8; Prime 6 1-2 Year. -- .i' ;.
t (! \' '' ; : si&s. one hundred boxes of Winesaps,.and 58-4; 4; ead! ,088!- ___..... .. '.' 'Jii,!.:" ';
Dale! :to ftppo, aay scheme.wil ;1!' khl i os hundred boxes 'of Winter Pearmains. 'Eougb, .ttowitsal Country lots, il lOSL15. ; Money for ,Evbody .? ".:

,-.saddle a., i.greater, :. ,propordo&aUo Those CftttlonuA apples where came the from. beat,the'apples northern are part raised: of 1'1dt'.tP.r,$1.2tL.. )l.--! Mr. ,Welte-asks ""Is: jtV&tt''that ;j j i

d.l'. (* We 'or ,fa-ebk)\-on'the bunchtFedancie < ,om:Tjovers, the Pacific of peaches coast.will be glad"to know that SRAtli WORKERS* I IJ r ptsoii; : can m siv!; $3.:Qt;:$i week inbe "-': '',

= .', tHan' "the thouiandsimply from t.heDelaware penln- 'bi infc45t <"Ye* I JS x' .
fcrm on the latest. reports. baskets Use Hertford's Add .Phesphste. c : filing ; ?
osUmale the at 7,660,080 "
acr;; & .' \to :brig=menJHenwhick IBM nabs largest growers crop say that. lilt: will frosts keep Dr. C. H. GOODMAN St. Louis, I I from $S:to$8'a day, p1 tfn: and' |!iing"' .J
weeks more,without any Gnffith *c1iC l:**
ooM for two aiatedmare. 11. H. <
W tfce' has ked- of will ,be the '"Sfevewed itw&h r rl ,rrrears *
to : : < acu IaA.u. a big crop peaches hip.1 says: : '
y ( 1 ia:" !
reomn... Squally good news comes from the 'espwaj: '\iuf nm .'. iiresville, Ohio will give youTul'l
ftr1! tiee6 'lit U.r 'feraltle: \deer aol Mate of Oeorgia,where more acres have been .4rsictknf lit l2usUgssithrC'iSS'iioncy i ,
watermeloBSthaa was ever known rtJlll'SAp, r4'UI tf' fi if--I ; inu? ;.. .
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rFlrtpt9l wfc&e 'ftiie" : Ih0tlellltdacrey .....- Down ia Misslstippi both peaeh and. ...oPet) b ff.
., s rors&th ;t .' y* ,: ;+*T1'
.it .: ...:!'.: 'f \;. ":. lilt I'<. {,";....'" ,slam- trees afiif ha.18.... of Moo celery oa fer are tea reaehingview days.Xeavy forts,. alsom" tJl' ti,st. ,. ,. i. ,It.f11ff'l4.s. ,..".. L S ': ,-'." ; '.\'w'\"':., .Ru) ,.., "' 1!

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I .orinutt.U; -1:: .'I .,; '\ : p'11ii:i "' $RW.if't1\e.t\ ean.et .
Uti .. iid.: "I.fiW l.-. : For J'&nI:1r: ....Frdlf oroweriJ.v ( '100 .., l AY$3:1 .ihe uri d be.shades wi .
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: sent, theGarIiturr'1' 1"
II1' : \ i once. \; tQ \ .. a riiu; : a c'- Sv"W
- .r .f; ;-. :- -;;: .':. : I 2 onth y,. by mail; the blooms, ,stalk:' ', .l. "1t)4 eatlirjghtiy t! ritr4.' nma only>ptll'hu! nhfi
Macartney: : Bo e,Hedges r. .. f'" : ot{tr0ubleSQane wee :, ll1u:!
.I? Sng j.jirecentjbrief l : f '.yiS tjl tobaAksi / :1air; :lnd.leaf. Qf a lily ,-hich'.I. could not. ,.__y...-:, ,'I esz'."';}.at?,:.M s l;'ft.tP. "" .=.J'coo'' -,.w! ,,,,, ,,'T!' .,.!\.tl,1,l4'&l"'l''t; Ht.e.thw: ;' 9Ip.'. 'a, ..A&rntf" \..A
find in florists'scatatogues andowhichI :
Alachua ''county:' the home_ blot t .; -re- !d\i'"-.} ,,9 J. ;:M.3);;l';;.,.':AiU 1 ;&Q 11!: :(; tfml. Pfis \\phet! : d'';!( !"Ij' St.tft!:.)'I

ou5JTlcoi/e H .M espgndei nf; Hiss. "NIl.Oneul-..,. u;_!,I'' editor believed, was entirely itiCnnum new, and'a&aMe.i the; ',,; 'T' .'.j'" r ,'it. !r{ .,\1j"," 1){ :JS-.2:1 g OUt' e.''' C" Fttveranda! : VI. v]1 r\
pronounced :( ; '1tJ( P ;ft'f.rtItHa 'eu WIu; fl'' t vatl tyot YtfC3.Otth .
we'Jlai't.ttwo' of these jh.edg which. : ., ; rea ;
.. : ,
i 7 "' j'' It is,an.ev green.an i almost l a nih, ; '. .p.hfn : S !ZW fHii-: too 1e htt in.rth f1
.gcxJot Vcpridjtipn. .. ... Miss'is isOaeiil 1# ., ix.is I
were'In $ .
j ; t { i : b 9oIrierr", rThe,, :Teave t iarcfjjveryeaVy /' Seff.Nnf' .y1; ,m 81zSI(1Ii.! -'i =ai :. @tty td:'ilel er frog eery ate I\\'il1QWJiblei
'herIh ; : '
11 11] i
well-knowri. through :> i iaAYxD"trn. Tm rf m1 tt loUb thek.own fatiCV-r.r.dEb! :VnJ

eflocte**+*.*'*;;;,'/-Otiatr'oduceaiid. popularuehisspeeies ,!; { s' 1 "g ji' :d..h anitlie'g''- yringit'a dense,,' '!.F i "a1'.-_ .b', Y;.Jl._ Ji'\.k'.. ,. l..tl.,., Yta: fth. ._.,"", tll, ai1i .' g. (. 'a 6t1'4fgmpillars ; ; .

of ',hedge,. and' 'one that: wenqHsfitf ; :tropical 'appearance> jri THE -"STiAAU. At;*'; "L..1id, rbt"l ,u
y..JJJ .
rndeed. ; Jl1e plant as beautiful 1; tafJts, v graceful festoons. '
'joiii.I her beautiful r groundsThe, ,'stsd'nrr t+ ita Bo8'I,R"FNl. YC'f
oth&i ode Is .00 'they farm ,of, Mr.> W..' nale/pinkf. :jlo.9ms aVe.j,, .The; .1 bulbare? ; ,,4 =: 4s7 1 6m dt'have! retgtavnttatotg4lgti4 ,

P4beyaand; :is.really! \t thebetterrof t i immense some' .of,;them' ':.beingifiyc.i. ; 'ttt li"'*C*\' .%s I do it. all i. mv ti;tMo';E ':fa- m. ..::\ ;w h, t,ri.e are.;a1re; a d..v J1u: m-fug'to bmd\ : ar........ :
x'irich'es' in dianletef ( ; tel ; '.a JiJi '* ;
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thetwo:, '*There were''others in the yil- 'Canyqu; .T:- hav. VS&Qttt'fi 1f t011-! PC ECG: ..S H ; 1'f"J tnin C U wouprovetuDtcanl .
e'about1th1S?": "-.E: K.. T. ;in', robortipn*f ; ffiou fd' mt. 1JtJ I '.
r and
lafefc&4nej/ -'do' not'compare fayp/a, many, 'tJther'plarits: : '' j1)f' tr ;\SC : r f..a ers .YOU reto''iutil'islis'
I Gray ,does not;men.tion:thek;Crinlim so ,yoti see. what. ,,havejhaQhto. ,, pe-.tnis-< -. ''Mite i uf 1i ly'.otiti'itt. l :) 1>.i tE'c1' I
7TtiV ,
blyjwitfe'these;two. '. *y a V? fcoii .
at;iand\Chaptrian, ,liii'hiFloras of ;wlntxiIt', ( '"., I .1 ,'O7. s- *. aii88"lo ". 1t' i "r Sf J'b:>__.l3l1S :
tiiV Macarthey* .1 : <)!ose .can.'jif--: ;bby'theryglit / tie' Southern{ United'' ;ISt 5ttatesmen: to. .1 ." bu tm.. ; ,Ca,. '''. QJ-!-...1e"._ 4. Q.AAl-t4. y -A "I

management made intoja';beau: tions only ,Uhe- :Crinum A"Jr.an; Florida landscapeQardeningf. 4" .ru/d ..,U.ffi. e be FL#,._!..St.,,. q1.. ,
tifiiV/h&dge iril i ; ''thr e;years'whiclr'willttMtfey'eh ,,1l his_';js: >; :,very striking'ptart t..hdfat.t ;: Thanks for Agnu//uristreceived war to 1tanSh nt 41 dur native trees ,for
I Ifie'razbrback.; ;as'Mr Mose. 'more>beautiful than' anyof'tbehighpriced : : l last"-;'Thursday. I :Jwasi especially in- ave +a(JSingGlai1 lp pd i lu 11 ih{ / !.
.. 'lessri JBifef ":o ."--; ) 1)'ii :d T rtostt'alloaet triedStiycelo1
: : he rticl.riorticuHurei Mve
leas 8e egtvesoeulardemdnstration:: }* lAmaryllidcs rt'efcc4in .., .,11: "y "J't:1": : nt (
: : ( careless lis worthy i of Pasco\ ';pqunty,, in '. b teatalogaeJ 1 To ,my' VJeWt't fair oa t.-.RlnnA ;MUIRHEA '.n 7Agr nlll.iifL Xl'" yh'
t BatV&'Bofa % h''th. t ;'a'. : orii8grtdescnbe, others "'attention i '1S pijq ,tQ.t; W !
Jmi"R; :' -. -; .c' two< : I ,little a; ? ,i. iv .J iJ5 I wair ol" ':!J.q.r..; lui,
maa Florida% had, better build.-on as''"follows' '! which i 1 4rnerublesoznsorid
jan.r : gardeninE,:' r.'b :ideg1'being j fai' > ,}Vex:
very much,Unless'indeed' her: .has:y.soil.1J I I I.Grimm jr1tii'This'.( ) : ''masrnifi-' ': i ;ver ypleasat, I't cupaUQn, .giyeat m.icn, rt T: s h'
: > ;: R I bt"; !fcoi'jj&irtStiy; !l ( 'r: .t.lWt,a :
thatanythingwill! centibulb:: ;ifrequently i 'atiains,1h:,siz.e of more 'satisfatoiy ;'eqltS thaiotlfr'denary '
sohkn '! i\.
< a! child's:head, arid ''produce$ J.l awes; method '+,vizl: -borders; "ar : 'I fJe.u%). IMPStn14ANAT1i"Jl';; 'mni)

brow without' tendance' oft.the greatest beauty .Its leaves arewayyedged'andradiate 'titii""P l ts... the\'ehave; ; 4S' : c: t.J'r":'-4 t' .c'VlJer.u r". rt'I1.iiJ1tIJ! uLw.-i U".GraSlh A ell "'!+:r?- ..
W6nTepeat< thk't\ ifla: ,mattWih'thor> / ; :: : / : ,m jfhe,orinpC\ ; tout rof rkeepingt1} the7frt P)lr !${ ; l lc pest is found, ;.\: mtL'tiivae ,;).
k onjhl!$'proparebisland;1 ; get good l cut a!; rosette. Usually :two flower,"stalks,;, of our ''Florida hatrinior: sL iWhyz \ owe ffBiidn rth t d ''t grn%a "tr c; nrJH' (

i' tis s-at.the light time of year, set them each;;two..or': more;feet, tall,;.irid of: ''a "9f\:f fo'uOw'naturnaXc't; ; f i f w w.iif.inctbeautify iar 'i ; '1t\: a r td
t t u defc ;*bd'SUeni( fo''ever other detail dark.purplish. cplor *-are, sent tip(a't"J tie: ? *our homes; 'witk ttk3vtenrliesi'slibsand .I#qJrc\erWn-elim&aS. ; ; ja1tbc.soilttS, }' ':
nefttirtiry.!:'Si' :*;..t6 f ensure" *" "a.::good* :--tand( ,: ,he. : same; :time, each .bearing ;last' .large' ; rriW. <
ca* at eatthing;' ,,of- ', beautX'fand, : :of! :q111t conslstmgpfa 1 ; .dozen, jpr? snore. }.Iy t idea' -is-'to!: ; 'leae'tlnctals; i ;" ntl; eV: : J1'on h rae }'tne"" u tbir JtIf Datch n.t.0"ihin. &.1 ,J 9 'if'j ;
solid utility and I that in':thre_/years, l large,crlily.likeflowers\ l : .or.the :greatest. alone, plant, butewherbacoplan iJ.i. [. i'lan on a' Prer1lies.. Tt ;
wWch N is' 'the. :age., 'of r .Mr. Mose-- beauty and fragrance. the: petals are kind\ give 'the'"&r3tIn4 to'xb1; i dmyrt1es rrfd'dutt't'1 ii,'qHw J
le fS'lthedg, e. 'But if .he 'does; :fiat broad: ,.and t J tpure?' :hitej( ,;' wjth\ :fa: :deejireddish \ ( "' roses',. les : mInei'n4pakn.'cedars :. i:' a. I1Ved';" h) he" l efg ty AJf tkllt1

'. 861JT !$s7f cuttings\ ;$$fc WSl1'orl0ftsglects ;'' :purple stripe down:the;'center ; .i611y? ,. '.att41 Qi ymi a Saidi tbat ibhad- 5ivVti'vpesdanylftHH, '' ;di

them!, :and;,., does; ,noi" of'the'outside 'of1 'eac .';"and "lipwing.; Beautiful} and shoHy..trecs and shrubsas t1. ; ;5, tl !kM)" A \1'li.\w: ;aw .fhND.Cf tLl t tChe ., "'j

+ getta; ense'iaad;' ne'had." ; better- pull through: !faintly 'pn"th ;inside.! .. A plant I can possibly) get. In ttMsqljmateI { w"/OijU soil,!Ipcs r/ $ exactly, ilik"e'SuVR on 4T"rid '
upr6d i!'.b -over'again: ,cutting: 'tJii h" ;will,, cr Bate ,a nSaHoriiian ..): would,,always; give> die preference to, ides or 'he line. put there .was some ol jr
\ -I Ij
setWaeMj'late\ has: no. : chance; to where. ''when in !bloom, -- eve. ,-.reen plants:,' 'e laYgtntlrrngl'f: : : 1bt 1 orsb tlementsl'l'a" 11i iglia i .
: its'fellows thathiYe. .' I Crinum Fimbriatulum 'or jJtll4'tlnd to, fiver their : fort weeksb&i'ge't -! tail faithofaa certaitr'liuc' thatlta 1
coj 1rl.t Rwit; ; ;, J ,,: ,. ayacjji ; ; ;beautn: ;
e .,a5tanil! 'it; :wlll,* be. weak' fand ; Wine;JJlyi: ,4 grand 'spit;':ii iost :' S, lli er t ';o.w ) otoiu 1 1 fd'ebe ( I!4t1; r$ viottgzowItlercLwhtfthsit

puny, and there'wil be a, "hog.hole"m Beautiful f thei I,'a_ ovef,/:"but:*i its; bulbs :'as beautiful4n'summ TH Wj14 E orVToJ!': o9q'i of,-ti71 l line,_ !ltd* gttvv.t; thigIYFt1{' .
the hedge, ,or, as a disagreeable and do:not grow as large; :and. tstrohgl; er? Among: irui : ueesitheguava'irirl ,, ion. G.t. Tillmswisas( tneea' t '1' -::'.
disfiguririgkiterriativej; a.state driven growing foliage is. .erect and sword. "'theundesirable'l lorjtiat'' .
in thtrrr. A Macartney hedg.Yliich shaped. FJowers,r. in i umbels, very ;; btrtt jn eme J la% "stlr th kto1ftf fset tiently'fo'datf.TO# (
ddb btge: ( full'stand the;:first 1 yearwililrbething 1 large andshowy,1,, %hree.to Jp.inches calities.ofcoiase.; t'be. l1 l va 'wo\il\ ; ..Ia.te-.eYery"fnUt.ari\( d 1(0 r t t n.4l i i itctotne

;: 'ofpatches'and dlsap.poihfm. in diameter,;,striped\ with white:.. and ;''ii aCeo ipt: );ofits. 4.P.siJ f 4 NP. ,Az h9t:. 1Cu: .a ; ?Qt I 'i

iit, : ( : ;carmine.and, veiyfragrant.; ; / :'" v':. ;'. ness to frost...-,:the};:dark' .and c i- a'leaved %qfqj i?.3.f i' l b" u M,a }

"StlM,ua'gdod one'looks 'so well arid .. .. .. ; 'A. .. casto; .,piiinr; is' invaluable in success In.era lcaung-tne pestpt s to
:a: sturdy'resistance to',the i ( ;Making;q'plaeq' k':\ .. landscape,gardening its::copper foliage in destroying the seed culms'b: *'tl6Wering -

rack'as'well as:to( 'cattle';{that: w'e' # In .personal; l letter;l M.rvJ/H, ;.Simp;. 'beautifying? relieving' -thei green *of timcbr c oriti It HU la ItSitYi.ID
y belt veiftw duld pay a''man :who_wants'
a ft dge-;enther to setthecuttings'tivice ? "To-day;ir'sehd.ypu', ; tjy}last. ;''install. J J large' :plots, filling- I each'.tplovtniucja 1 '1 :)' $(;;, 41oF1iirl t JAtot
asrt&ickjass'he >wants' them,; and 'thenthii1oufpr .rhent4pf; TrouJbilesomcr J ;lon%jVeeds-1-', a*- ''p sslbtei'1nf".con;/ '/ lsten e i.with.ttae t ,wner a red clover. can tx4 ucce&I vrowWedtfie

; t; else l get his plants l : ;rooled_ etc.: thadlopedoto: : h avp,',jnae ,jt'la., gro *'..*- f' ,h, e 'b'ti, -- .* fll. \'jT-4 t 4 IJT gHj<; = achlre'uiss \ ,'WitY 1
a read?'b f' rehand ma''. 'nursery and' 'rnqre.yaluable.article/pr, your: readers": t,, of them to.a ror m td getJ: 1f>he vy''a t'fi .d1fnttluotr
I % lave received thick "'clamps'with 'brahclZan; fJ \ hirlt. auhthe; L j .h
triH4pliht+ ;intc(| the hedge.,, Vet I hope they some .
THe ;part of ''Mr. Mpseley's t. hedge. hwriefit'/jrbm.it. *.;IJJ1? v' ; be) ett.'stoi :.busythat I; ;: boughs ,)interlacing and' *
whirc. i}M secured a good<;) stand: is, as' .I': have riot:had 1 time ip'readla, l single carelul'cbnstderattod'1bf' !;l t :Uk! :!; ',f j stand?/!;. :ufi tbYerw n-X/O"1'hl'c l''!:fist*.';.Rj'I I J lJery '

4 :-9ftKl above; _only three' \ea.rs.old'i ) ..iihstail'ment of 3t in. print i ) t'p, ,see the, flowers and, ,tneir ti-me- +OraiOeDU; I il.;. r .. ...tune. ...6 u. isTit, or n10W101!, all '.,
yet it performs all the (functions'of 'a' whether;.it' was printed! rj bt;P1'{ dJ1g:, so.. 'as; vtp, ,S2CiL"t. ),o .mpijt,, p4ca'a1 ew.yeans! J.tt.l& ,", !let'riI'era'" ,. .< '
"lawful fence" without'any, help from I#pr :isix.,weeks I have.Workeiay< ,and ,effects 'in their>:combination i ''dnds- p1l t .e: n13t.k1'ass:1t ,tfs : LJql rigtiid:
stag{+'$ tV wires V-'or- osls. The SOli."can nighy-r-\yvprkinjg/ : i put;on" ;my ;place; /tillisomrg'o'clock cessivebloom: : v m each"; "plot i ihrougacmEthe 4 l ?aspalunI furccaturr'oh. .n'! ;'adrIin I '
'wlftSli'itgrbws x;''lj ( is.a thin_ thirsty i 'sand' { I f : 'at night! till midhigiitsome ;;. 've r;'" 14d. !.. Lx'JJ.This: =b is"a acep1 Vi.'t.'h'1! "griss 2.\\f.root" ,(* ,rf
It {;is rni>t' 'HprRe.liigli;" but' cdul'd'bemade ,' eights getting ., so. tirejli'bjo'clock : '9, hiearii yd 'on) ttOO. ty their, fat eryfeli "6' t every1. .nr'"t, ut.owlr: up vnc ., ,
so by >higher trimming' and, of' ; that I, would ,have'tpstpp'; ?: and qQ\r. wavin ;i antt1i\ t gJtflr t': f.f.41'a'r lY'm r) ctitin to" .ftQt ; 'r :

course, it, twould not be ::absolutely gb to bed, while, other:=; nights: ,L'bei3> q, ?e iV'e'a'J, ( ...tMrrjca\'I 'J ook'kiot oijjiLfM egn nVih>\ 1 pairJ: bL O \?I dj'" f fSl
"UiU8tn, >ttg"!'Jr.a furious,animal! should out till ,i I or 12' o'cldck.The' conse, ens'y o btained'1n any .oilia way ( tl it. fIt, soea the gt; -
de rmine torub!) .through it; ,but l it:is .qiience is Lhave had.noi) lime to read. The;avenue huulatbet ed WitH' t R4' dud. 't Hi1)e1\ ,
*, dose tri s.or.tq # :'beattttt) i1 1\i1ui i img ; .-: trot 1.u.'er" 5ei IlL tl4e btatC"
pose,iyely CI.tight'r,and \that J is 'the s So!you 'must; excuse my ; f' : .. '0 ( ', oape4tu f fVlQ ,
tom,-jqoiHit; : Qnstrpnger land, 'or article\ 1 for: 'notbeingatbeter( | one.. - nd ,.al' Jooxiw ;h r :x 7/C11r'1tstb/ #s_1 # :
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w'1t\\)atHberabsupply) ,of manure. ,on.the, amlprnamenting.tmy,) : place this; winterby' .I caugOt' Bator( pear. '
thitasaadl 2 we, believe: that H good, setting :,out. trees,;/'siirubsandjjieribaceous ] there 1'i. Jitttir,..u, P..v.' telR.# 1 tA 4.: fr.. :UtfrOC4'J "Flout. eep'. -,' C 1t: ::ijMe t 1TL ..iattLIi'nd .
hofi 4* ri&t :could. .make. ,iOu ,of the, : .! ,\plants..,. I .integdtohavethe '.': .r, t.,, ; >, JW; tt: b snip; t"; ,. c!u R9gH lc 'f.): ;1. cn 4 t t.Ws 4f I'

Macartney rose a, thoroughly; good.. hapdsotnestplace. in Manatee, .county! ;, Iringnmerathc:twalkssfquld"sk : Joes,.pAt kill all' ctf ss repeat thr fMe.(JrtS'f!.' !

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Oui i :J:iee A ma&ay.uf'er1 fl; T; '9}m ffi;drtf'.rf fol'tbaked, JQ -jjflav? <>r the ,hashand add -

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'run- This should be into I should > used if the quantity of hash,
IDYL. score of years, by simply tity. ; put a saucei ;- e

BABY.' } T'.l Jtb: ,..'" ,ma'V'-iU;B.IW TM er PfIb'I 3' tegr P !!& !:ttf eft large. Corned beef is adways
Q DkBpIM and flatbed and_dewy pink he a c h 1 I131 followed l l by intense a h;It r pound sugar, a quart of risk ,:; best; but the hash is good 1 1l

_:: ich;=in its=tra ;isfol zed. an h:1iSettr wJ\ [jyhggjraadfe: of cld.roasLbeef.mutton_ .
Ie pondering Ig gaze wltn his great,blue g. stage. Jt, j maj.ppear I boil very gently l oha "slcv: : pert 1 or fowls A roastibeef bone will ;
Sweet pooling lips parted by breathing as an intense neuralgia, and it f of the f&eMthe! ; / : feilk! : isthoroughly often have on it meat enough fot-haSh :
.i JUWM. .wAim-uniea'"aa -J -. *that-the-mosttrequen bsorbd"tbc ,rice should wnen, :iheie- is not. 'enough for the

1g\1n1-:1\ : rtai W I'' /;,malarial J<,neuralgia. appeats 1e.1Hft.? .f and:dpne., If. i it i s not:a iinltrrpore I'r tabjeyin! any .other form. It scould beboiledin .': '
Fran .1i iif brow/and Is. .knoVn.as, "brp'w ,I! nillk : gndKt l :$Q a'ddedi. W"jeu ( very, little water, (and the
Allr V"rt.''''''' ..:.1,10 unbeam..f'Ioonm?:lcJJ' : m ttlqr; : /LS/) if" ,there, was, 4sdmefpic-} rt the.rice't iscoo. e i 1 tbe. ,'up' the'yelks; '1 l.f>rsfeT-avcd'to','' : moisten 'it)' :until thet ..
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Oli, t tJ.nu H eet"bb t e bilif t Distant! sins doubt, betweenr| >a-. df six i ggs' ark The whites'of: ''threcj t'.nitat loosens' from' the bones; then 1

I Isetultio'arptB oolO1'lJU,10 fevers: : ,arid| ,sewer-gas 'poisoning/,[ik\for wtnf-YaniIla| .ieirionf. cianaruon, ), I chopped with twice the amount of ;
1\r...ney1.1of 4IopaM1oncrolae( be noted that r neuralgic symg.. [orange or aoy and, ,of.flavor;' pour the I cold: :boiled potatoes, seasoned witlTsalt ac;;
.A1 't >f} \ ali ei th}+k1i : : q' t z both and quinine( 'r.mjxture i into. n.ejl-greased.: : pan and ''II :and pepper' 'and moistened before
T 1i s _e des nii 7rtak+e.lbee : lt seemsJbeneficial. \ tot both. f ba&e :for1: n.-: hour and 9''a'half.' ServeFita'presfefves being put 'on' the, fire.. The spider <

TlU''")'.. MWrr"t : ''''';'1I''rf; rr; I J"61r' : : ? I tly", qumme; ; ;;;? and. in'>eei''all ; ] ; or, 'plain, as ''the dish I with a little butter0r. beef, ,dipping 1 1I
yrl l 1tkiitiil, CI! 1)t a : on ,preparations\ : were roc;e alone i?v WTi* h' 'and' good]' Bared: qn it should l>e fryiii .hot ; the hash .';>4
U"" .1 .....ancjp Jij lles d than"they"re.. ?t present;;II 1 rice may I be'lisedas'a'vegetable; 1 .or'as. : I put on and : covered until 'a l light i
AMa.r 'BHHC Hf b I tbatieesi a : ; whole. range; of medic area = ai! dessert. In' 'th'e'lattei caselyou v t ;{i Tj; brown chist has formed ; then turned' :
,p llorohetliigace. s I.f : l is encountered =fd ,it sweet'' bit.ter I over da the 'aria \ :'
A ght fle he nothing ever vary'Tt: adding I .. ; plater servo _: ...
ifh / r wonderiiii ih'e 'almonds' 'candied her J. .a.s. -
v'! hrei'he/lr'en'gtSHd is more U tfiaii> ac ,pounded;;
p J:) "Jii tlf181; if. ;m7I' .1:1..U: t'-/QI' : quinine in malarial' 'feycrs;; lies, ginger' 'or 'Citron, or, 'preserved'cherries : "IA"; ; .
4'' PiIE'gilAlil \\Je1f #eWHa '. ; i / i' dn i isf{ tion the .disease';dfs- raisins, etc ;'' 'I .'" 11 ', --'O' .. .'U' "
S t \\D iw gar*,to.oatch;>h i j,!WJgUnf} ,. l1ers in old countries i an'd' the' 'J" > 'O6nsonime.;'! ,'. '.fi -fir" ; /"';' ;T.i .

Oh.J 1J\\1Iee\ ma&. m..,!, other-fovel rl-J3, J b il>how r U,.f I.f,: ofl I ;, pT'.old(. '.towns. ,Wpuib! derive, 'lie',rrr cones'I";.:jtl an I 1:;J bttsohoughit, !} aremaining f.l 1''FF/i f, .eczema' i' .n':.1 :r: ; if

wlb irha ; Di1brt1fHt ndet t1 from' a far freer use of Ii r: after.: the: more des ra"tparts'.cf / .l,' taper boilsV. J: ., .. ;
1W'J It a rW"'Ue" all Bower! : s : ''t *! ," J f f 5 I' t r. '.) :.
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and we iould'ake J cc i :a tatsf/ of beef h:;v been 1 .
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To41991 1 au4im11ediidRjdtto! .: sores'rheurriatismV :: :.i! : _. \, ,.
i } ? point out that'1the; ;Qrdrnarlr,; usearogciicr;, with 1 oilier msAt scrapsthat"Cha"ce I : ,: '.
B 1 fi\iMtar!! A tby!nA'mnterloul. m aacred D.. po \ pf quinine, the foils usually'}'1 [ ; to .be{: in- thc"{/..l"jde'"r :,'. sucnas = : :fsi'; ( ';n ::'!-:-..

i J'A f'Hfjrt1TI: : .. r Jnh:-EraV1-8' L ))C3oo' : 'i objectionable; it irritates. ,, the.,. a 'cold'chop, the tones' of'a-iowlditfoii !' qia'sliceYof 'lt : ':paiarThj' curbpurifies. a A, : }
(n rll a'ti"t .r''l f"o n! .iy is.. quitensoluble1, : :)) 'and fsfre-.:-.' ,r ham, may be convertediritoalrealyelegaucansommicritli .. .
I !UJe1B ergs' MatchmakorsJ.chSrtfcteMgo&fJwWare : not' all absorbed, 'I, i ; 4 the: ad- : snit, l.king; : '?... .
f"U bUk.l d'l bf'itlat f(Ir'1 ; ( :f soluble Quinine Tabloids{ !are' i df-boaato'es beans,etcj' -. .;, :! ;., 14.;' : :'''': .. '
w IfJHf : !tiilpt r'S'ouiPi ( lt :: ,'preparation,,.inasmuch as one" -. "i: One iaiC 4 can- iWi/f,, or six iM :terr\atoes' one- > -. AY"ER''S,. r' >." "
w ... l.. t ?Ita !ri/I TI ') f: !! 9iss'oly iU14 a. ,jittle water'ihe'r :/ 'caff j>f'black: fans, tile, t';o; ante I of a ; : ;f
H't t rJil1J IIn t'1t'li' SIst ti fl it touchesJit, They 'da':not .roast of, .beef, two aUsjpp| berries i ; one : ?
tatltiQ V'IlGr & lvt' It'i .' ,the' stomach' can .be ':f tpkip,?! ( clove t, four stalks df( celery, 'one tablespoonful Sarsapar1Jj; : : .

sit t yY bf tifi roduci iii 1 g JCY. ? f 'taste bemg 'perceived;lirioV; of grated: onion, one 'table-l : ., '. : ,
da t tc l n !dii!nrr 10 ihen': :w:li#use :' the-drug; is lost ,in 'the'system. spoonful l';or graied'carrp; : pepper.' an'dsalt 1ft;. > '';.' .' 'il::1 I t 'r":
: i : In''a 'P. ;ffeI: g from'enervated'.he iVK, to taste /JPlace' to" meat1 :and .
tion* mQ3mH-.JLuJ Jto: m rry. ft3'f and>J wnp'i"'TT,* phy;} !' i'B.. f f frpm"; _.sewerrgas; 'of: 'maran pones in a s kettle;' ovefwllli'cold 'vitalizes i Jnvigorates,;)" ':;
arr'ot4i f'e"' r11e % : : ns,, ofeworl: ;: worry,' sleepl J jraterr: and add'bean'allice; 'ahcluo"velA > '
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pe.JIJ..J za Ii'rh i et\l'bHft ff'l i (or anidf the tlidusand'' ills '''Cobk'sTowijr' for several hours,' t and : enriches" ; .,

oq r f1OUTh\ 4' shoufdcbe 1 d ,in: hand, with(ciriliiatior' ,;, )t J 'ei'' *dd'th! 'e 1omafbes and mash; '6c.casionally -' I theHas, itblo d. 1'1 .I'.I'J ,, .:'
att9r tto Befce'no;; 'mor l'rdr ? } quinine useulnnuseful; i >'ltwith'' a1 i :Wclod ti ladleor r I. '"'.'J'f.""" \j.'' ..1 I.

to tti keels .'a (s'uiti'bte' '' : than:ariy pf:the. myr'iad, .qipii. ., : potato:masher/ When'the'beans arid ,Cured; Others,1 ,'; iI
t {ti"'Bx& ssueCen'n'evilr ma"nl a w'mitie t fthe market. : I tomatoes$: have cooked pieces: ; strsm, .I' ;
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.i inar n gl j ordinary circumstances W o- -\hroughJ/aeolan'derJ\ :: 'pressing' :tlirough \y/M( cure you., *. ,
moth' kingre; I1 '.lllJ g .! : i4 .is"sufficient; ih ms ;' as vouch1,of:the:pulp:as possible; ,Add J;

w rlif!? .i +, 'm'iW' LrSLe\; ti n ii 'i bl' .as, rnuch'as'twenty, ,grap\ ;' the, grated.onion. and 'carrot, 'land the --- .. j
'it'1s'oiiu'Qf''tHe < be '.'taken in> a day;=. Reap.. 4' 1 i celerycut" ; 'In' short. lengths. Gooktih' ; I 'e'f
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of tWfsel''' uhlities'Iikelgt't3'\ l '' ?'* 'The Best T nlo.I Celery salt may be substituted for
!i1? --.L rn;; >!! '' : How Lost How Regained '
yodlieh-mt .5I dancing'sm; ; I wake ;,up:,f ting''jo: ;'-'b ,i j celery, or 'a'littlc:minced parsley added ,
I; dressing, plal1nggames;; ci} / ; ppy-pr if ;you,:. iaye.a 'bad nsteudy'If( ( 'more..convenient This TH E ;
,.: tilyve4C sown such attradtions f yp.ur ,mouth, 'd ,ink, a gpbtetfui consomme is much more easily prepared + .F i '
[ lik! yo pco uje pler atypf!: Jlif. } W r the first. ..tnmg.. If..wil, ) than 'cue which? necessitates the OF'j ;( fE'.3 .
butypung rareiyJmarry the : -f ached. throat and.brace, :making oftstisoupfc :otK,-:and js more
thev 5 ;flirt iT *.S: wth.:. Ana(.. : why t>*do/i ; ,.sy tem ,up.; ; :K i is '$'ftivl 1 ej5t( '.economical, as it affordsan, .opportunity -.
re "3 ,cidrra most"'{ :]ro F"'all;":...: : i *:'eye opener" yet invented 1 ,, fpr, utilizing.scrags: ,; o(,pl aLl f KHOKTHM

ap re tWiorii + '!in1th'eir.da ght \ rerneznber.Charlottulroitte';s ,( O rKr3lS el .!J r t' .j,, 1 :' ,
t.k t liv.1whebAlteYwi11: oc.ought; to; : |:".Yiltette,'" ',and How the, he. l "J'" .. r' i. .' 'Of'' : 'THE:' SCIENCE OF LIFE ,
r .' bellccJ1 l.vl1- ? to?,n' 'f l1t s JP.P} } : .ar Lucy Snow, always.djank I f!, ., '; ;; ',:/IdeU: ; ;;Hash. Mi A.Sdentifio the Errors and of Standard YocthJ'rematara Popular Decline 1rf'edlw'l'N Nerroas tl '
preparation for young ladMiboiJ; / r, in; the morningwheneyer: i.i Hash wilt-.respond .to the, touch and.:Physical Debility, Impnrltlea of the Blood.
sorb all the,_girl's e(JucationF"!! 'I ;excite4pr: unhappy? r always :jot geotUs1Dotles3than' wine-or music;?.t e y
4 many curriculums contain any arran t teIie-e1i"aftliat) vi s.a fad pjf(..Therdegraded'ortixjle: which is,usually::, rr.
men{ FbP. trcatton foil {E.t n iood ) 9 herself, aria( one iq1 os.e I!encountered? in a1.boardingho.use is r. .
Asa .riVtl..U.) R tf ,; had tried! by hut .the hashis iHIQlD\ I I MISERISlesaJttos p.
paren ,. man.. : experience., : .: Beneath{contempt: ,. >true ; -
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t to ,hi. 'life w'f.hh a.woman' W it is worth raqticing, p j s consummate. unidn onl 1 J:1 ;y Lmi-'is"the'-'poWerto"" : l : 'q ;, \' : ,;' ") : flingthat'makesyqur I matteri[ :"< ,1. "I, for O'Bnerratfugand Work,Business: the Married unfitting Social tile Eth YWB ea,
4 him?' Rt1b'tl'i' h n'as 'Yser: 'dine:. ; i and makes yourself. .e1p t- ''; Water!irx wichmeat'of) ?, any kind ,' Avoid unskillful pretnd,, POCMM this get
.: r:;<' pfn.Y ,a1U 4 work 'It contatea SQO paget;royal' era' BMBW al
da' t.p'Qo _H crlt: .MiNiTER in HOrngna4e t (.. hasjjbe nfboifed) .sbould.be; set away, ,binding,eaboaaedj fntf riit.- Price,only free bf'
.1 y!lfm ; i ? I4 "'\ mail, ,concealed In .
postpaid hiss.tratire
and plain wrapper.
,,., : ., = to stool: ,/ 'jlh'evatp removed: : the '
;f ./' i { !: Prtwpectua'Preeilf'.YO'II.P I 1TJIOW': The
:MgtiJ.Iait. ir buM1'es.. : ,,I ,,. ,Friend:, tAre; .You SIc broth saved for soupsr stews, and 'dUUatfut d"aothor' ,Wa.'6., Park ,'M,D '.;
Malaria 1s..A. ,hydra headed' ;'d' from. DyspepsiaIndl ration :Jiashes,: 4lh\ graves} ,, hould be savedan3itreatejiin from eetred the th*GOLD National AND Afeitteal JEWEULED Aaaoriatlaa MBBAI linrMa

E '.. '\\r.- fprpp (/);jtMfev/ ".:. <: ;,BUU-oUIDeM Liver !Complaint,;' Exbau Nervous lton ::1 ; tlie'sameway; and no ,PIIYyiCAI.PKIZBR.BILITY.Dr.Parkeraa4aeerpe SAY on NKKVOD and,
::"i' .at,alf f,Jef1fJn,hem. Ajar .of extract .
agcX : 5iaous/p,. clPalDa in Cheat orLungsDryr; fat of'AaaifUnC Physicians> ". be oomuktd, eea* ;
pct.: r' U) 1 ; \ or any form or Censamp t1 ( in'' Ifiouse de&tlally by mail or in at the oee of .
I : ,,< ; beeflshouldbe ,
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OT Ti 11 :- t ; ; so send .to Prof.Hart,88 r t\V&rwrt ; THE 1'EABODY INSTITUTE : r
'|:[ .cUs nctt; tand iintrtan / fork,vbo will'aend' roa Ire,by:,aad;;, ifj there, is neitHji of the, boye onhand N.. 4.BoMaeh h<..Boatm,Mauw.,to wtepi ai]
po } of ,which a ; order for booM or leers for .... '
/Vroptezton suir Miles Dy.
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jToldB: SA.WYBR',,, -, .' St, Contributor.. Mrs. Tom-You' think you are awful A1i''Industrial School for O-lrls. I Alliance Work for gpric s ,

J With:the. sextissue: we shall begin smart. A regular philosopherbut Editor Alliance Department: The:spring'meetings of the primary? .

'thee p hl>iicatiop; ,of weekly market, I'm going to tell you anyhowyou Brothers,of the Alliance, don't for I'Alliances! should ,be.devoted to ,.a' :<&h- '.'.
report tJ;from-the. Florida,Alliance Exchange mean thingVeU"! sir, you an instant think ,that in what' may follow
I I C"J.Ssion of the demands of 'the Order
,.- ,rwjijch, will ,be, of great' value wouldn't. believe it but they. have there is the slightest intention or : '
"' to*U k9i1r Alliance readers as a guide worked the public road. desire, ,to' lay a stepping stone toward and of the ;various organizations,: l

to-th. v prices'.of,.$ples.in Jacksonville.. Tom-No, I wouldn't believe it if woman's suffrage. I want to say right producers tjbat will participate with
> t I didn't know that you are a descendant )here,in' the beginning that I hope and the AHlar.cc; .in the great conferees
For the,Rich'Far ter: of Washingtonand.cannot tell a- trust'insufferable craze'will never' ,to be held, in February, 1892. :Yhe:
The Farmers Alliance is undoubtedly Mrs. Tom-Don't mention it. take ;root. in 'this blessed State of July county..jueetings will choose dele .

; an j asylum of refuge for the poor ,Tom, : I won't, my dear.' ,Florida. gates to the State meetings Md';sin
aad debt-burdened: among our farm. Mrs. Tom-Yes, the road is actually What:I do wish to, say and impress August the various! State m?ttfngs
.' ere ,(and the, ,great majority I of; the worked and I ,expect the contractor upon' you is, that it is but, just and choose ,delegates .to thc nazi' "t met-t'
members are men whose worldly affairs : has: spent his pay by this time. right that an adequate means of sup ing in November, which Y111\8\ select'I & '

;are not flourishing\ ), but it is in- Tom-Doubtless.: port should ,be provided' for: .our.girls delegates to, represent the Grde*.:in, ). -
temfcd.to: embrace: every .man whose Mrs. Tom-I say the road is worked as well.as' our boys. There are many: February, 1892 and that 'platform! "'::'_'.. '
interests are agricultural Very few : and if you don't believe it suppose you avenues to: bread winning at least, :f must prevail as the great reform'fcpTe* .
ol the farmers of our country ,who are I go in tomorrow and! bring me, six not- to wealth, ,that, might 'properly'be ment which: shall' ',emancijJate i lib -r"*
in' that' condition termed "well;off" yards'more of that linen lawn 'at'Nu- I open alike to both'boys and girls. The from the "power: ,of_ nones. s *:r.
join the Alliance.: Perhaps they:do gent's; it,is so pretty and cheaper thanI I 1 boys 'are provided for but,the girls are press."' Great care should therefor
not :yet feel the 'necessity r ,such:an ever saw it before. You may get I not, at.least not at the expense of the be exercised the primary meetii. t ":

organization, but the, time is,,rapidly: my'bonnet from Madam, Izzard's. and State.: 'Girls have, the benefit of the not to select any man as'a'delegsis"l
'coming when they,, too, will feel a don't forget the shoes for the girls, county 'schoolS and can become teach who would :be liable to misrepresent1
pressing need for, operation, both and- ers'i in schools,of any grade they may the Order. In some States theme is'to
in business ,and in politics. :If such Tom-Excuse me. Can I'ever,.for- be prepared for, and there the matter ,be a, 'political l. contest \this year, and
-.l men do not now feel the grasp of the get the fact that. our girls want'new ends.. The field. should be broader. the strictly party;men could .swallow:

speculator and' r onopolistupon-their: : shoes, every month? Never. You 'say Telegraphy, phonography, stenog Alliance dcctrine.and. succeed in ib4t..
,own 'throats:.the/are'certainly observant the road has been 'worked andIcantravel : raphy, type-writing, book:keeping' plans,if the\Alliance l would,onllrdrop. ,
enough to note that robber clutch it in pharmacy' 'and horticulture all 11' 1
safety? are the sub-treasury,'"/ootidhne .s. as ty;,
upouf'tHeir :poorer, 'neighbors;' hence Mrs., Tom-Oh, yes! The,'road" is suitable. So is photography, sad i call it;; and they are no's*..wt'orkevery \ .
humanity alone 'should' compel themto worked. numbers _of others that might be conceivable way tofet' dt; : -
join hands .with that poor farmer : Tom-Did they fix the crossing,. at .mentioned: i gates sent to the county rs?< UnKSt; M: '
and help him win the fight The the narrow:gauge 'railroad? Now, I.,do not ask that there shall will oppose that .mea
rich farmer-and he is hard to, find ;; Mrs Tom-No, I think'not.TomDid be:'a separate school for girls, if thatvould ,t others their: party dc5s"ii. fQ Oo't,;acc? "i'J.: pL r' ==

m some. .sections=must consider his ; ,they remove the big' 'i increase: the'pxesent: onerous Brethren.. should'be.on Jos' watchjorr, '
duty to his poor neighbor', and i if hesees rock that has caused more.profanity: 'burden of taxation: but that these i ic "- ::;id see ,that.thc.men.% : a.;,.-

him i i in.the quicksand .l let.him' fly among.the country people _than anything things, and"prhileges be ,added 'to' a* ,&1 I f tes to the, cd ttD, r, meeting. s" :
to, His relief, and together they cansettWthe else except the market-house?' schools' already established. It our are such 'cen .n:; cannot a coaxed., .
sands., present burdensome taxes continueIon'the fooled into -, ,'tree.;.':
or opposition to
Mrs. Tom-No, I reckon ,they any ;;
WfceM'was'.a boy I 'lived near a couldn't it. people will be bankrupted,to Alliance doctrine, and such. ,mei#
creek where the quicksand filled! the : Tom--move\V.hat' about that stump and' 'enrich,the State! and pay its officials. I they'desire to; send to the, :jStsle &31" ;

-ford* after: every heavy"rain, and'with* big) ,root that try to monopolize the It is not enough that our daughtetscan !,national meetings. If this l is carefully, )r.1 ,
the neighbor boys I used to join entire public road? teach a country school that.pays done there is no danger that. 'then-= t

,.lia"i"' :awl-together: we, would trample MrS., Tom__They,,are there.yet twenty-five! dollars per' month, when tiimal, State or county .bod wi1! .fail-;w Ito
and settle the sands. Had.'I board must be deducted f from that. It
vtfxm ,
; :- j Tom-But tell me that the roadis represent the wish of the. opli. '
venWti out alone should have per worked. is not sufficient that,,they learn to cook WhcDever, a man begins,'to shoxk; --
iehe4: 'The: farmers who 'are'in good Mrs. Tom-It is. a good.dinner! d.make good !house: he wants! a certsin place o?j pdatio ;irr

circu incestcan.! .,help in.all,the,enterprises Tom--What was,done to it? servants for Husbands, nor is it all that I is good evidence that he, shou1?!jiof scO
of the Alliance -all tthe, business Mrs.: Tom-They blazed all the is'necessary that they can use a sewing *-.ve -A.-.A rat.' &orwnudWe '
pine (' _;" 'P. "
for the of machine Not
v adopted : good :skilfully everyonehas '
order,}AIM! ,benefit 'themselves as well trees. a talent that way and besides, the think the last remark above:."j
as thott \poor: 'brethren who are so country schools and sewing machinesare quoted is a little too brow; ''Itvi tsI

,' U deep in the' sand' that, they;' cannot Personal Explanation.. overstocked now. Give them perfectly: ;legitimate- for a male;! to haxei .:

y, help'tb'! tbetnifflvee.. 'We,want. our rich Editor, Alliance Department, some other.kinds of employment We an ,honorable ambition to be, elected, ,
* fruit V veers to come,in"'and lp's.: .; It was purpose of mine, .in a recent don't want them to be politicians, nor '
to office but of if he 3'j .
article commenting the new ; course, sao ,, ;
Our identical upon hold civil naval offices.
interests*,are: J" and, :we to military or .
need.to:hold, "each othershands..TOll: constitution of the State Alliance, to We. don't want them i is juiy boxes, greediness for. office, coupled:- Tithv<' 3''
SAWYER. make the least reference toward the nor law offices, except as es, yistsi manifest unworthinesS, he ought to"be3'
.n '. '.', action, or views, or influence of any and as to. wearing the ermine, the*'4 ejected.' -ED.;; H "! ..f'il? "
'Or Pttbllo Beads. or member: of the 'Monticello ,i; 0".7
; :: ? ; person could' not. We don't want them co -' ,. ... ,
Tie seems. to be,a'general.demandfor Convention; nor in any sense to woundor be mannish women, but we do want At a recent- meeting of the: Orlando" : .j .
lfc repeal' of the present road;law tresspass upon the rights of any them 'to be able to support themselves' Farmers' "*5'1*}Fruit Growers' Aseocia-,
aad it. less J more than half,the mem brother of our order. Nor'did I entertain and those 'dependent upon 'them 'gen, tion, at the.t ouse of Mrs.:A. L. 'Ford; ," '

hers';of the. Legislature have: determined : -I or seek to show any animus or teelly, and without having to run in the ,following .officers! were eleccted't- ;,
: 'to win :lame' by ,substitutingso : feeling, whatever toward any individual the same old 'ruts. that are alreadyworn President, M. ,Smith! ) ;; ,"Secretory: Mrs.

ethirig. that :will satisfy; the public.? member of the Farmers Alliance, so deep. A., L. Ford ; Vice-presided i Dr* Cj
The fo lowing conversation' which nor did I venture to ask of said body' O Legislature. meets next month, ; 0. Myers, Mrs. A. >B. ,11pp nger,'H.-(
really,:occurred between Tom Sawyer a constitution perfect or any,very near we hope this ,matter:, will :receive the E.: Cheney, Mrs. tobert.Ho? et' A. R.

and his'better half,::illustrates:'the"condition approximation thereto. consideration it merits: and some action Hargrave., ..
.... .In :Marion county: ,On the other hand, I hold the actionof be taken commensurate rith- its im ." 'j1: '
Mrs! :Tom- J1'My' dear, J >was 1 in said convention to be rightly sub portance. Brothers, will you 'saysomethingabout According to the Lay ':n"rT!;;;;.: "'

>town this morning and what do .youth ject to fair and just'criticism; lilt can : it} If the proposal .ocrat about forty 'acres of tobacco Vi1l '*.
1 ?" not bear this its authors' better'step meets your approval, say'so\ if not, be'planted near' Gulf. 'HamMoc' this

:' Tom Excttte .me-, 'I never: think. aside for other men 'to take their say so.'and,state your objections. I year. We learn that several of the{ i
,It's, ". JL tiresome! Habit .<-' .places. A. F. $OYCE.s Ms. Cr4yi 4N. planters are Englishmen\ j ;:1./ .


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',;",,1 s The' 'Farmers ;1 : ir' : J- plewithout; the intervention of inierest- interest t; and always interchangeablefor mcHftomDALIANDf&:

:'TKc phenomenal f growWand'sprcailo ( charging agencies;; they want *money money at the will of'the holder. ;
''thk'organization is'somethingxarelysees. 'r made plenty and put out at' low rates "The quality' of the circulation is
At a single bound it has reached ofiriterest: |; they want the governmentto even'more important than the quantity.
'a petition 'commanding universal at- take' charge of "the 'monejr of the "Believing4, ; there'is not enoughof 't,4 t,
,'e emM: {The ogle'eye'of the political l country, sb that 'its, benefits may 'be ih r gold'or silver in the world to -j" r7 r' tc'.s
,.dgogue\ realizes 1 in it,a'potentialreiUitjr'pregnant enjoyed by the' people upon fair terms meet \the necessities of business, I am .s
with possibilities, 'if and on.'equal terms.;.-the. same.rate; of an: earnest bi-metalist, and concede to isf
'be :'ofa:only5'steaT 1;itito;itsgraces"ahdcoeAdwce. interest on {he"same' amount' of money ,no 'one a stronger desire than I feel

(-Ih ,his ,mouth t :'the: ,trite: for the ,sam length of time;; they' for'the 'free'and unlimited coinage 'of arm
pia Ci; that' the, farmer ,i is'the: "' '}jone want transportation coptrolled by the silver, as ,soon as conditions' can be I .';
,aid sl&ew": 'ofthe 'country 'and 'the', government in the public interest, so reached-'through 'international 'agree 4iff 1

farm the'nursery of:patriotism, will roll it may be, cheap,, and equal i in its .bur-, ments or, otherwise, by which such ,w
frew";}liiih'asfribbonfrohi'the: 'mouth'of'i9lhtofh : dens 'and benefits j;,they want 'a readjustment coinage[shall be: safe. ,But it is my ,
nd Juggle Front now'until of our l land system, that all I firm conviction, that for,this country to, Y)
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the l cti he will?be the lands' % JI }ll3
l'of'(89i ;dead m" public may be gathered inspeedily enter'upon experiment now would
loe wit everythingagricultural: from I ''and' disposed of ''to'; settlers extremely disastrous, and that it "tt
a j 1K &en wTieel I barrow-'to: a'.tl r shipg I under the homestead law ; they want \(Quld result, not in,bi-rnetalism. but in ', 't'JO) iU, : f
roiicHine, ''and, nothing Dt''a! personal alien ownership of ,lands abolished in' silver: monormetalism; I, believe it Farmers Stop :and Thinks

'kaowkdge' of'the 'orato'r'cou1cP: ause some equitable way ; they want..to secure :- would produce aj swift and severe contraction WHY Spend'' the best' ,yea>ls';o :!lFdli'? '
the r farmer, whose''vote l he' is''after, to for''the people the largest possible ,and eventually reduce the life cultivating': the' soils! pt }tlte iro' e'S zt A

dM bt:"the' 'sincerity Jof his devbtipn.' measure of benefits from'' the 'unused market, ,yalue ,of silver. When the North and West. raising( :crop?! 6tt:,wfli&P1, r
WHile'! these. soft 'and sweet ;fcbmpliraeiits lands' of the country; they want legis silver dollar ceases :to have more"'value the freight IS often notrealize, ci;I,( lien*&
mouths vote-hunting l lation'that will'cause vacant lands ,to than the bullion ,contains, there, will I I you canbuylandfrointheun' 'ffgn$ ailJ.
demagogues will only be intended bear their full share-acre for acre- be little inducement to coin our own rich and fertile ,as ,any kriown"kn" .1"

talT ;; .t theffact'willjemaini; "f ;thaVit.S}thefarmer I of the public) burdens resulting from. silver, and ,the cpst ,of transportation and where you can raise a'crop,t'hM"t" i
; who,''feeds1 and 'clothes'fie Veopl I taxation; they want; homesteads l protected will'preventits:; coming from abroad. United States'Government: '\viU1f it; w
and;' h t'whatevef!'i detrimental l '"in, the interest citizens' and How; then, ,will .unlimited coinage, BOUNTY of$ioo"on eacfr_. 'awe. : '

to the farmers 6f any country is equally'detrimental their families ; In 'short: ; as'.t'. these either: expand the, circulation or HOLD On, this; '.isn't"af1tYo,: j.t1.:! 'MKl.
to: -its'laborers"no'matter., : gre matters first: and as to all related enhance) ,the value of silver: ? the said right,there. in y,9Urfhqfre :
crop | ni. ;
whit their vocations.. afterward the Alliance wants "The/advocates of free coin- :
matter ; / ; present market for $250 acre .1 YQu! -ask 3fob
Th_ Object of.the Alliance'should be such' legislation as will equalize} bur;'' age, insist that itj shall not wait the slow the_ "How1; and; per the "Wliergtoe.gY!! ( '
and doubtless is to discover the cause' dens and benefits of'' government, affording -process f mint I operations, but that Quiteright--factsand figurecq.tnst'
of their,declining prosperity and:apply "'equal protection 'to'all the citi' the printing-press shall be set to work ?"
:Class l the influence certificates .be issued for Plant the Land with ;Sugar Cans; ;
a VecnedJ' legislation has, zens; destroying of the providing to ,
brwghf theni, to the door the poor money power," 'suppressing' ';o nbina- silver bullion, at::$,1 for three hundred TO OLD Farmers and(careful'pa5sl;t

hose;. and 'any'']legislation that has'for tions against freedom. of trade f and ,,and seventy-one and a quarter grains ers of? papers, tae'faet(that there is'r16W'established 'L':!'
L- its'bt>Ject:the' 'exclusive'''benefit'of ;:thetowers' placing the debtor on terms equal with When! this consummation shall be near' Kissimmee: T1a.'they:; ..,

;'r''at trthe\ expense of"others_';win: his creditor." reached, :as.surely it will be if unlimi St. Cloud Sugar: Itefiiieff, 'is' 4tale rl:
bnag: :fao permanent relief.' A air :.. I, '\ted:coinage be adopted under existing; news. ,\V'are' talking ((6 atP'lf&>

chance'to"all l'' and special privileges' tot i iS Fact from the Late Secretary. conditions; the too.ardent and impetuous friends. 'Sugar'cane, can'beafed' ; alga '
noe'it; all that! legislation-can perform. I Windom's Speech." lovers,ofsilver, 'will sadly ,realize: cheaply as cornt ;and Ubcle'ASa, '?wilV
A- pa4itttil l b:'ganiiation pvhose purpose' 'The, fpllowing'is an extract.from'the the;truth guttered: ,by the :wise King, of, l pay you a'bounty of two: tents p ir (fJl1 ilu '
is.t.llielp't) riifers' without ,the l late Israel He< that silver / : T 'Se'.t':
: regard speech 'of t Secretary of: the : !< ,loyeth shall not: carte manufaciureaigar'V
toft'the"rights' ofptliers I. might'' win one ,Treasury; ,William Windom,' delivered be satisfied with silver., Cloud plantation in' sceol'Cd f:!'JFIf;, ffl
I victory::but) hot 'two.: The greatest the night of his death. To those in- 4 averaged 4,500,' ,pounds< of'sugaF' tb tl}e' ..

army' that1 ever1 ,marched' \to battle'is terested in the money question, we Empha.tlo'F ..rmtng.I acre last,year,; ,andT'tt 'will l., gO\J'oftPt
oken'doomed commend' of his It is undeniable that the lines about. { .
: f Jo'defeatby5 'a blunder "study 1 iiberal' pounds this year : ,
' or overconfidence'in; its numerical advantage .'and sound"policy: I the farmer are growing tighter. The METHODS? ,This'jsn'- ,()haon: Lf 0, nt 10
' : and' liaise'' will:shatterits' .'The ideal financial system\ would emoluments\ of place arid power seem :I :)
should chance of life hpw1everf/n'f; ,
:Jrospecls' if''seek"t: r'secure 'be ote,that should furnish'just'enough, to' go 'to' other professions. The cultivation of your rice lands I"; appyt[ Itesirnotpr4fital i! ej(,<|
red 'e8s class 1 l '.absolutely'sound of the world is massed in ;
through legislation" Let : currency' to<; meetthe'legitimatewatlts''of money great
is to become,an ass red, !1t jea
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'farmers of while the farmer
concentrate'theireffnrts"to; trade, and 'no pyramids power, '
the 'of "and that:should have works 'as' a rule single handed and: fact. (There js no richer/' or// hgtMr t d
secure feliefbjr1 ,reduction tariff more; : elasticity: ; truck and ,market-garden kndftvjjfo, _. ,
taH 6r; free'coinage of silverf,and;other oft'volume'to adjust: itself to' .the vary'* alone,..in capital l' and ,in person. In! world than the land ors,tilerichQyq; !, ..
relbrms t i whichihe' Alliance is 'com: i ing'necessities of the people. Could membership he is' weak because of his ] u
land ,
flow bottom about i
mitt 'and; the people'in general. )will' such ''a circulating medium: 'be secured, separateness. On this basis numbers or Write for) ;confirtnati4{ lfl4{' ;
mee. ;
flock'to their support. the gravest commercial disasters which do'not make either ,power or protection oq
; : A. K. McClure .edi
"" rediittion' threaten ,. This ccndition :of things, does ; oli:1R1jl1cl
of taxes on what'the' our'future might avoided.: ) haspersonal 1
fariHr bUys, to'give"him 'a: fair'chance_ These ''disaSters have always come not tend,tosuccess.: As a remedy for Then Emus in, who lands for,, 9 gtgves nvlme-.lJ:
is'the. 'unusual in much of this there must be of : orange 'lm:')
foreign-markets with his surplus' ,when activity business has more cultiva d.:9 .Ibearjngrta";
the free' : caused abnormal demand .the, i intelligence\ strength' and groves already : ;
products, : coinage of 'silver, I an for power I that best int.
can satisfy eNlie 4
the prohibition of alien ownershin of money; as in! the autumn, for ,the which come with, association. definite in you,me before your any pW"J
1 lad;ami1' election of The farmer must take seeing t 1nq
I of'United States ,movement our immense 'crops7.There : !purpose.;
SeMi<*s b direct fcrieof the-people,; will always be great'' ,danger'at more' interest,. in, himself', He must BEAUTIFUL HOMES., .. ffh, heak hwq
: are;the fundamental ideas of'the Dem-'': those, times under any cast-iron system t become) "more intensified, in all that fulness' and beauty 'of IGssImmeeo

ocraUc party, as1 well as of .the. Allfa : of. currency, such as we how have. pertains to his ,welfare, building on have never been que tionedl Ne j
8e. The' 'restoration to' power oftbat'porty Had'' it not been for the peculiar conditions superior knowledge and more skillful diphtheria, no consumption, nbpfleur#
,'the'applicaribn' of thes'e' ''which enabled 'the1 'United' 'attainment., "We, must not consent to monia-in fact, read 'our'uiedicalfereport. :

ideM< iB'administration of the.Gov-- States.to disburse$75,000,000 in about be the.slaves of taxation, but be, willing Beautiful cottages. vifl s evm
emreeot. J is the' shortest t and most'. t two and a,half months last,autumn; 'I to do our part to meet the demands of lots ,suitable for residences ", :WritcU':
certain route'' t6 secure all, the relief I am' firmly: convinced that' the stringency '' citizenship. There,should'be a greater for terms and particul rs.t" .' m forlt

I within &e reachpf; Jegislatibnlri: in August and September, equalization profits:, and the'farmer COME SOUTH And get 'iinOVdI;
RM. b rsi. would have, :resulted in widespread should contend for his share and not quantities of tlie' grandest: :I\| r.
financial ruin. be content to have others so manipulate the world free wiith''each'acre of(gro n'dl '
Views of 8eBa -eleot Wr;A. Pef-, "Iam; thoroughly convinced thata, affairs that he is the last to realize purchased. Come'!''*hie'yod'ti'flf''
4 'far;; better) method can be devised, which any gain. the soil twelve: months 'i iff the j"' P;

, l'TA Alliance membership, are will, in a l large' degree, place the Farming has; two endsa'workingend At'}least write to me'f r ul.t: '
, afrea fundamental: propo-' poWer+,of expansion 'and contraction'inthe and a business end. At one end WK.,., CA1fN01f o r'r'a"
boas relating: to land,,labor, ,transpor- hands of the, 'people r!themselves.The is our farm ,and what it will produce; Kl rii'm; sda;JFi(1( a'1
' tatieR and: money, and they-want.,leg- opportunity for securing such, a I at'.the other,. the world with its com Agent for the lands of the Dil*fem .& !{ ,
aad t.b.a'n
i a upon ,those )subjects., They currencytoay: be; found i "our'bonded petition. ,On one side is labor and forth*of Ansoclated KlMlmmee lUilwftfslands Land Co>;;ip nnk-1'7' '.rTTj,1

wan% saore money,in circulation'they" debt, which should,- in my judgment, outgo, and'' on the other a return for Phosphate, sugar cane,'';$zi\\''inIck.1 Bi:1A:
1 'wadtthe:goyerrHfteftt,to }issue ,all :themoaey be-in part exchanged for interconvertible this, with something more-what is fruit, grazing, timber; :general! hBiB-tfj'';
1 dkecUy, aad get it to the"peo bonds, bearing 'a l low'rate of I I'j. called profit. Organization has to do i and lands home, lands. Send- for map'elserWrarl.

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ktrg;i lywkk the :business end.: ''If' .weareieifciHveby will.. We are taught: !\Vhatsoever, Resolve4. That a blank page, ,be that they are so;busy' i in planting their '
far&ag'we must farm. thy hand findeth;to. do, !do it with thy;, set ,apart in. the Secretary minutebook crop that the completion of the6raill
TheA''.wkok, ca u .be ,no..greater. than might" How would, It do ;to say, ,. sacred to. the memory of our, ,has been '''postponed 1 until after.:tlje;;()
the"iparts. This law confronts us in .whatsoever\ ;' thy, had.find. th to.do,., brother Jas. S.,. Taylor. 03,which :shall seed, is in the ground. / ,.w.\-
orga izatio ifin' farming and in all 1 do, it with thy might? ,Quality: will be inscribed a ,copy of 'these; ,resolutions "
our resulted We are,to-cceed, after always gauge ,the ':profit of the farm. ; and that we wear the usual( .Senator Vance"and StillTreasurlai.In .'..
all, ;.upmi 1 and by -'individual work. ; Have crops adapted' to soil? andy)livestock -, badge of, mourning.for thirty days.1 '.__ his letter to the President,of the-
MtMt.coaibioalkm must be. guided tot your wants and keep,them, Done and ,approved in open :Alliance North Carolina,State Alliance-Senator, r "
byjfceperatwe mind. When the to,do their best. Value is representedmore this 'the i4th day of March, A. Vance announces his intention'to,vote.. "
might of 'ajarmer is uidedbyintelli- by results,,than by anything.else/, D.,; ,1891.. for, the sub-treasury" bill ,if the ,Je' sja.ture J ..
gcitt, dtrsehciticti ,he will_help himselfmdrc _._, Z. :E., ALLEN: President : ,,instructs, him to. do ;so. This ,,fe:'
:; : the:organizations: "in the Prosperity of the Order., FELIX 'L.,, TAYLOR Secy. Democratic doctrine;,this. is what, ally t;
'world,can' do;for him,* Strong; well, The prosperity of the Alliance ..- good Democrats should,do. The legis. ,
diiiicftftcl' personal 'effort".is that.which, throughout the country is indeed grati: The? ,Reclaimed Lands of the. Kissimxnee lature chooses the senator, and:has ,by .
coin*.tfce:sort., Are,: not too many; ying. From all comes' the '. Region; all precedents the right to instruct.him:.
of ,Us .B o w:1eiiniri ;: much of .agita- word that, great 'quarters is being made:, 'No.section of the- State, considered as. >to his vote on any.important, .ques. .
tioVw lt oration,,when;we',should In[ those States progress where the:Alliance has 'agriculturally, is. attracting more or tion. He,has,the alternative] ,of resigning -. .":
put'' forth well directed energy to helpoYi been organized the longest like Texas,' keener. .attention. than, .the, rich farm if he,thinks.,the measure,so iniquit'ous "
It istruethat i ,, arming, i is' Georgia North and South Carolina : and truck lands about Kissimmee, and and injurious that he cannot vote
not as profitkbl : as it once :was,, and itequaUy' the membership, is increasing and;,the, along':the;shores of 'Lakes. Tohopekaiga -, for, .it conscientiously; but if, on::the _
is true that. we,. are:less conteawclwith ;>> Brotherhood are ',unifying to 'a, degree and,Okeechobee.; Osceola county other .hand, he merely regards itc; ;,25 '.
tlle.profits, i (we;make now, heretofore unknown., In all' the other, is the,center:for two, most i important! impolitic or unwise he c will :voteIo fltt,',
asicompaied,.,\wth L.J,the "ainsof'menYinot'i organized'States with but a few:exceptions =j branch_ es. of agriculture-rice and under ,instructions, leaving the 1 legis-j- 4 s
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.walks. of, life.,' than, we 'were' in the order is on :the gain. InStates sugar cane culture., The, one man! lature to bear all, responsibility for,,the. \ *
til\.#i. "gJir rr.' that have'just been organized, who.has beenmost.prominently identified measure.. .f I' l)
1t" welcanng''get higher prices for like California Illinois Indiana, and': ,with ,the. development of ;these This has been done hundred' times.
w clllfF 1 produce,w e' p. produce at Michigan: the, activity: pre- I lands_ is Mrv! '''Vm. Cannon! ,of Kissim in,the Senate, is,,all .that, Mr.,: Vance.,!
1 less cost, !p do, this there; must be vails,' 'and,a'general'recognition-of.the mee. Mrs.Cannon, from,his :years of proposes -to do,, :'to-day, and, ,in doirbso .,
leas' i d'.a' closing up of necessity and benefits of ,agricultural service with the Disston Land ,Companies he has not,changed his,position ors ,Ii ,
alnh' fgaj!'ahdleaks) :on I the farm\and, organizations obtains. Iowa will be: i 'and! \ the'South Florida .Railway i iota) because there never :was, a :time, :
in 1iirn et&bds, Wnere.shall' :we' be' organized as a State:the 17th instant: Land Department,: is well qualified: ,toselect' when he denied the authority';oft, tjie.,
giff rt RigHt(; where' we ate; ,and now. New York ,will follow:in a 'ehorf time, the ,lands best adapted to, the, .legislature: to instruct-New Orleans
We-iie&i nipt work''longer hours but and'Ohio soon after: 'Oregon, Wash; i :wants of the, intending ,buyer; and set Times-Democrat. < f be :
wrtcanjfswofkwith, *more'emphasis. : tler. ,honor' ...__ ,
ington, Idaho and:Montana are taking! Hisi; } and honesty are :
Wefj'<3o:>ja6t think! so, much :about hold of the Work well, while Newjer beyond;>> question, ,and he has: alwaysacted :One, of,the cleanest bits of eyidace ;
r 4};,warldto:pay;, 45] cents' ',perJ.P'i and Delaware are,. following 'sui ." :(for the best interests of buyers. given ;yet showing the Butter. ,disregard*, '
the. cheese we make as .,,we Wisconsin Minnesota, and Nebraska -We.publish,. elsewhere, a card from: Mr and, contempt in. which! ] many Congressmen .
,doV!w:.!' carfmake ,more,of it,out of! are asking,for organizers' to complete Cannon;>> giving,, our .readers,,some valuable \-, 'hold the Alliance ,and'tide-',
thtfLsan e ttaterials} and make it the work already begun.. The Order: advice about Florida lands.,, To nands, came out at,a recent.meeting. ,:*
ebe per If we..can make our 'cheese is 'a'boom and those who this card the FARMER AND FRUIT of the Committee on Coinage Weights, ,
on thoughtit
and butter; better. than, others} 'wet i an,affair of the moment'are now realizing GROWER-Can: give its, hearty: support and .Measures. Thet committee 7 )has,
,;,set lr it. rote more ,money: than: i : the fact.that it has come to 'stay.Eet ., ,and commendation, though we do not charge, of the silver bill, and ''granted
o4 ,d Tbe(\bcst J annefs: ,do 'not one do his'or: ,,her full duty ,advise, and. _never have advised, any the legislative committee, of "tie: lfa-
gr b t over: prices,rt9L ,cry down; in helping every along this great ref rm.--i of'our readers_ ,to purchase a foot of tional Farmers', Alliance' and. Industrial -,"
.dqU. '!tl ,11 :r w "S, Nat. Economist ::Florida;land. ,before they see' it, them' JCJnion a. ,brief hearing., When! 'i;
cemL putr force: vim. push, energy ( selves.: This: is the only' absolutely ;President: Polk and, some dpzea< ; }Qfi., ,
a d:tbougbt", ito i ;hcuivor'; /ta nd,iliijr'J" --.Ji- safe,rule, :j.n.all, land purchases. more ,State presidents. appeared,, 'tSeyu .-
we live /itnovm ', speaking evidencesof ,Memorial... of, Respect-James.- ,-.., .L.. But; we believe. we/can.do ,our: ,agncultural : :were: ,introduced. ,by the, ch3J.11i1t\,9.(,
: ,the value,of emphasis )in'farming.: '- > Taylor. readers no,better*service,thanto the>coinage committeeMr. Wicknamr,.,
Cefflpctitionis, the enip>? ati :D ln's op- God, m His providence, has, ,seen, urge;,them, to, make ,a. v.isjt'to the as, .t the :"representatives, .of. a harmers .
I>6riunity{ ;, TKHjgreater the competitiofr fit,tocall( .from our society our:,brother, I P Kissimmee. valley rice and sugar lands association,of,' some l kind 'whose' name.,
J,the1! raoft? : ''beceie and ,co-laborer who this, Their is he ha4 Here is, ..
: particular buyers : departed productive,capacity something, forg ::1enJ. a practical ;.
"" 'ami' : : so-the perfect' goods go' life,,March"_. ,;,. J:89: He ,was,, born in remarkable.: l ,,We have,seen corn grownon l illustration, ,of the, effect; of,,trie;: .
, ritftf'to the top.' :They are sought for. Hillsboro': county near .Clear l Water them _which was: so heavy ithat_the, thousands of Jet cs, petitions and,res, '
j'I '.ThetUt t farmer'is' "the'emphatic' Harbor. ,: Fla., September,, 1867... ears;would: ; sinks in water: ; rice, which' olutions that have been .sent from I
" farmer, 'Things, find their level. Inasmuch, ,as .it.. has pleased ourHeavenly 'was lal most.equally solid, being heavy, members 'c( the, Order and Sub-Allj-.l )
"" i 1,. imbecility,)and lack of 'purft'win : Father to send his messengerof in the}hand like<<;, the best, old; wheat; ances to this .committee. Here j is,,
ean>.. in'the'race'with com death to one who was,a ,worthy ,bats very ,plump and heavy; and,sugarcane conclusive. evidence that they wre: ,
ptiiti Ek; I am' taking:our" conditions member(. Largo ,Alliance, No.' 402, :weighing thirteen: pounds ,to the thrown aside as idle trash, unworthy .
astitejr are. 'We' cannot' cast' aside we,do:hereby:offer the following'ireso-i stalk.\ This i ,cane.yielded.nineteen,percent moment's consideration i When, ,the; %
" cowpttkiOEu i We can set aside old lutions, towit: of sugar, ;according to ,the analysis chairman of this,important committees; ,
I:: aa4ailasucces&ful ways if we will Resolved, That ,in the dispensation ,of Mr.;,))), C. Sutton,. the .chemistof is n.i. i ignorance of \the very, names!o ,
I Newf>kns'must'be'' born 'and, 'quickly L of-a.kind, Providence our Alliance has the St Cloud,sugar plantation. It the Alliance, ,how' can the farmers OL:',
., pMii ifttb p.r tics. All1' business men lost one of its :most: faithful and' efficient .' is difficult.to account. for such, ,heavy,, the, ,country 'expect any! redress ,(rein,
r "Aeb: &tlbrain&into; the, study .:of ': ,] workers; who was prompt at firm: .grain i _'and seeds ,on. ,these black. Congress:? It shows that, the}} wants. .
. castTi, 'The ;sayings.'Vill'often] make :meetings until his declining health m JtJan.9S',except on the, supposition, of the farmers have( not even ,been; "-
le 6d dividends Improved:methods our prevented his attendance. that they carry "a )high, percentage: of, ,discussed, in ,committee,,and ,their,;, demands -,
i: wdbJeftoUus: ,to profit. The :.short,. phosphate; which ,element! it; is :well have. been considered as an .In" .. ,
sfcferp,. crisp? sentence 'will often.,say, Resolved this, That the' heartfelt extended''to. sympathy known: ,is of special 1 value in ,the. formation novati n. f It is,.both hoped andex,' ; .
Alliance be
mwe;itkaa a.ch pkoOislush.> :, Fewer' of seed pected that Chairman Wickhara'yiljL, { ;.
aom well till J jl!.ill-al,ways-p 17;more the sorrowing family in, ,their !'great: ;Again. we have, seen cauliflowers, not only be made:acquainted with: the "
f:, than many ha1i.1i1kdt: affliction;;and:we commend themrTor grown on this class of lands, which, name of the organization tR detofeel :
wtio looks ; '
consolation Him with '
Y.4 flgO not harness ,,,all the forces. whom he were so.large that,_only one. head was l j its power in a way that. w,ill, gjiyjs*
t ,'has L,;(gven .'..us., .We do ,not, put,: pitying ih. eyes on,those :chas- put J in each,end of.an,' orange: box; for him cause to remember it.-:-:Natjegal: ;
, ego goods, ui, .the best forms-to! ,sell, ten shipment.. This goes to show: their ,Economist. .
f ''T)!! manufacturer .does all this, who Resolved, That while we' sympathizewith adaptability: for the production! of veg- .- rr;%: : .
P sa2;.E! ds.y 1.'v.. must Se more manu- : the bereaved ones, we share ,with etables... In Darkest:Africa. '
r .> ; fa itfks asud. not deal4 so, much ,,inoiude ,them a blessed l ,,hope of ,meeting "beyond c; :Doubtless most of our readers have: I I They"did-not'have a "Horse Book"or
r matenalS"and.5O. ,accept th the river, in that beautiful : land seen newspaper statements ,as 'tothe,, ,. .a "Pioneer Buggy;" if they, had the;,
t pftc 1.or.Ade'iiiaferials..' When weaUtw.Kalf'Uie. where parting is,no,more. recent.purchase, 'by the ;Jelly Brothers Rear,Column would not:have beeRwr': J"'
i. .;.value'of' the manure .Resolved, That ,these 'resolutions;>> :be, of'several, l hundred; acres.of,these lands disgrace. Send :ten : cents, silverier; .
t: nmJe'ttponHhe.farm;to go,to 'waste we sent to,the IVest. .Kullsboty' Times' and. for: the.,growing of ,rice. They ;have stamps, and;Icarn I how to cure'the; '
t t are.sot fanning with emphasis, but, wear the Alliance department; of the FARE,,, laid: the foundations;I ) for a ,.large rice, horse, and where. to buy the'l lH t ,< wt sgwkIi,emphasis. Organizatt4it4et6.ftet -' MER AND-FRUIT! GRpWEa, for:publi- mill l-though recent i information, from Pioneer B.uggy ,Company,. Golu bust,
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., ,'1L .._ '.', ",,'._-THE_ ." FLORIPA" -" -----'---' DI.. PbTCH;,FARR .-gND"'R4UIT-ItOW-. -. .--...- --,...........-. -,' .'- -" '!'"'
.11 I.,The l Masatee'WRYti'v'.P Sheep :Killing: (Dogs. Tennyson can take a 'worthless

.ol. Chas:. H.\"Foster's,,place, one Mr. G. G. '''Gibbsreports that during sheet of paper, and by writing a poem

dl, .n h l 1fJmil.es east from Manatee, ,the past two :weeks trifling, noaccountcur on jt'make, it worth $5,060. ''Th t's f

d CSo southerrplantation 'to-: .dogs belonging to neighbors have I genius; Vanderbilt can write' a few .. ,\

.The time: vwasr when:;'It, was, an gotten; among his flock, of,'sheep and words, on a sheet of paper. and makeit

I real plantation of the past. Owned tilled twelve or fifteen of- 'his finest. : worth. $5,000,000. That's capital. :- '#r,

t ,,9 ginally i ty the' Braidens, of Mississippi ewes,and lambs. And the United States can take an ', _ft ?

its area of some four, hundred Sheep raisers need protection from I ounce and a quarter of sold and '.,.; Q

andt fifty.acres was cultivated in sugar dogs. There is,no doubt about. that. I stamp upon it the "eagle bird1 and "

3 ;ca0e. An' -immense '5ug r'' house, a I It ,is, a shame 'that, a ten-cent dog "twenty dollars." That's money.

} 5rtion''of which i ,i is. in ruins, and the should kill several: five-.dollar',sheep. The mechanic can take material worth '. ;i

'1 remainder, : intact, stands, as it were,,a and'the owner have no ,redress. $5.and make it into, a watch worth

,,m0fiUHient to an industry which gained Mr. Gibbs suggests thaf a'heavy l tax $100.. That's skill. The merchantcan Florida Central and 'Peiiiitiar! 1

i 'ltst height f in ante-bellum days, andWfeicrif should imposed upon dogs-sheep-: take an article worth 25 cents "r r t I \', _

'after many years'' of gradual killing dogs.The'niatter. and sell it to you for $i. That's busi- RAILROAD, ,

':rfdccay; is being ''revived again. The : will probably belafdbe-; ness. A lady can purchase a very r
great rollers upon their bed of. solidapMMOnry fore thelegislature.'Floridian. '' comfortable l bonnet for $10, but she THE RUj 1Hy I P I
f ((Formerly the F. R. A N, Co.)offers i 1DMe&Hd :;r
are overgrown with ivy as prefers to pay, $100 for one. That'sfoolishness. facilities this season for ravel' ':
8Sw e'a? portion: of 'the,ruined walls, the The rule is that a man. .who owns The ditch digger worksten having In addition, to Its i old 1o."i. r ",

!' *W i'o tbpiler: and broken machinery! pioooop worth. of property; gives i iin hours a day, and shovels out connections VILLE R. R the at the River JuBCtloa.mad- J' '

aj C |1Mt tter' .portion ,of the old sugar at one fifth 'its value-whereas- the three or four tons of earth for $i. GEORGIA Suwannee River SOUTHERN route;to Florida A FLORIDA),a rraaki(ties i

t Pwejis'npvv! used :as a.packing house owner ,of $1,000 to' $5,660? :worth of That's labor.-&. for a new route from tbe West and North

r 'f rpieparingoranges{ for the Northern.awkWestern property gives, it in at pnerfpurth. to west cello viA carrying Montgomery through,Balnbridge sleeperc.fromC1.N,, .Monti--

marKets.-GEO. P. E wo-thirds: :its value, cons -' : '. ; The road has now,,no less than!
,V .AAT,11f.otlit'l/tlW, > : Blade.'Fectlie "poor man, or the, maffpf f. ,moderate had onJanuary: i, 1890, 44..hens and Seven Points of Connectrbm,.wkh

a means," bears the larger proportion of gathered during the year 3,600 eggs North, L, ,.. '

\' the burden., Here, is .an :illustration Sold the dozen the ,
ourchildrenanfiforthi during
'of year, 190 eggs '
good : '' namely, Fernandlna, Callaban:Jacksoaville
which be found in any
encouragement 'and ,advance;' may county | for $29.60; being an average of a Live Oak:, Lake Clty Montlcello'und'RlTeTJunction
Smith has which cannot : making comfortabler'>oonnee ions
of the continue the ins property you fraction ,over 15 cents per, dozen chicago
1tIe 'jeachers with Kansas CUr and:all aortfeera .
=ltesler,thelegislature l : make"proper 1 buy for J less than $60).000. If, you lookon Amount received for chickens sold durIng cities, for which this; road-1'specially-In' 'If
; the tax books will find it assessed augurated.
you ? the The market
; previsionfor: I holding,'them and for ; A year was $15.45. The Florida,Central
at $12 000. two-mill tax !
on value of used table
on was 9.50
.jnstrucdng.the teachers ,ana eggs
pferly. ;
I this is $24. JOnes'property in the ,and Peninsular 1ailresd
thenrequire' 'teacher'who expectsittQ and of chickens ,used on 'table' was

teach_ c-to attend every the,,StatePInstitutetL ] same county, can be bought fot$3 ooo j $6 6S ; on'' 'hand January i, 1890, she Is finest the greatest parts of artery1 Florida of, :tiiveli traversing-ttoitae"tweaty- JK '1
stands the books'assessed
thVJi&tttme, be. held l thela'st:l week It on tax' ; at had i in her: yard, 65 hens.-Floridian. four: counties Gadsden, Jefferson;. 'Duval
; $[,000. His two-mill tax would be Alachua,, Lake, Leon,:'Suwannee, Nassau .
,n"eptemBer, so}''that '.teachers will Levy, range, Hllisboroogh WstMaUa.
j2$ Smith i owns .twenty ;times as Columbia, ,fjlay: Marion. Folk,' >Manatee.
alas! exclaim, "In
i jcome (resh'/rom;,:tKe: institute to \the much but "Alas, thedude my' Madison, Baker, ;Bradford, BBmter'Ber! -
pays ,only .twelve "
property ; slender ankle I've "Don't fret
got pains.
ackplrpom 1 :bringingwiththein'thg nando and eSoto--ln their riebest porttea.(
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$ ;
times as much tax as Jones.. iAn ,'..fncvestigation said ma, for whom he bad sent, "I have some It runs through' the MIDDLE;FLORIDA BB-
liBifprmsystem\adoptedand; ;: 'the T ni a GION or HILL COUNTRYwhere are the floe
Salvation Ofd
{ i will show that J it isJ:the<< coin Oil .
ii5l ( ta(e'Superintendentr' 'paratively poor man: upon. wl whomthe; i'My'time is up," said 'the doctor to the,' Farming Lands and, the(), :iftew'T0bacco : -

. for application in-,the school'room.as burden', of -taxation ;fails ;h6aviest.. i patient, whom he found using Dr. Bull's I '' Farms '

E Jar' practicable, .teachers who Leesburger. \ > Coagh! ) Syrup, and he was correct,.for his reached by no'oiher' line) 'i md''or'ttiefii

p .)itf the.county? and State should -- ., ,. c"ngh had been cured.Advice conducted on'&large scales .'Here are Qetecy, i
IS' : '. Tallahassee (the capital),.\Montieetlo-'Madison 1
bef cppJpyed .to,teach,our- schools, in Asa proof that'an-; orange tree'i and other towns,from whose eomtfertstde,

f$'c!\ CIS hould.be: partoi; ;the schoo) determined to bear fruit under the ample dwellings, reposing IB ,ai> fertile. .
country coming a renewed reatrgy: to employ .;
J lasoll| at coropetentmen! and womeri"may most adverse circumstances' we men to the Aged. the resources lavished i about-, them.Btretchlng '

feel that making; 'permanen| tion the fact that in the Alexander Arebrine*infirmities nchtt.iilufi- .down through '.,/
&me'zad1mprovetnents! they! will' be rove can be seen about one, thousand dah bowels, weak kidneys. and blad.iter The Peach Counter
and torpid liver.Toft's of Baker; Bradford,Alaichua: a , of
I ,., aseuredr'or'remunerative, employment boxes oranges growing on short wad ties, through_ prosperous, "

jUJeir.piofession} : .soon, every ter sprouts? that have put out, from the] Strawberry; Farms .. .

l'Jbqun ,will be'upplied! with. .. ores of I inside branches, of the trees. The Pills of Lawtey,8tarke. Waldo.pernaps*superior \,
e : set in full bloom I In profit to the orange": grove-It goes through
fiftcasistd..e; t', teachers.Th; i iwfiQtye. trees were whenj, the cold the heart of the state, 'penetrating(some of il
t '.andwort "witli'usar. ,:boun of last March caught them and de. the finest groves,one having"7OOOO 't' !il

=:f-e l2f 'rleeperinterest: in'the'devel* stroyed all their blossoms.; But the tic effect on tbe e organs, Full-bearing. Oral1geTrees

.8jnof tri;schoolsthari, those) qQ9Jl1' trees were 'determined to, bear, and stimulating the bowels.giving natural ,
without straining orgriping
n4goas,occasion, or,JncimafeisrJprreasori ; ,- soon after began putting out these wa discharges, andIMPARTING passing making Its for way, nearly southward;mile to between the GelT,'them'sad: to-

I tiiecr M&Ves them-E; .rnando Ne1 Js. ter sprouts on the ends of which ar> VIGOR the more tropical",portions''of the.; 1iM te.-: In
.."" .. the blossoms that have all portions of tne State It reaches point of;;
peared now
to ,the, kidneys, bladder and, liver. !Scenic interest.
? matured into perfect oranges.-Oviedo! ,BeT are adapted to old or yonng.
: .
whyrjeople who Wakulla Springs In the. Wett.lhe Suwaaie* i
t1Ik1 j( ri\tlie; I county ;;should have to Chronicle. SOLD EVERYWHERE. River, as, beautiful and, romaatto, as-Hl4' i
famous bllver Borings, ter tbe lake region, ..:
1 QpeI": 'cent; or any other sum, : and the lakes .themselves. wHb il3ek;Kirroundlngsof -
ir'fipc value of. their rolling land, .,lntarpersed,'wtthpleasant ,
homes In green groves,moving dowa'
''" jtrnhfeis worthy'of his hire,.and SYMPTOMS to the clear .lake fronts. J3y,,means. of.- <,this
9F"PJ road 'alOat.rM.UJ
you can <
iy= Ifcnty happens;i.'to' be put of and Fish iag GroUHtt*.

it 1is.Jnotthe.fauU'of,the person ,tie d1t. 'The settler will find on the Ifne"o.r thlsrod
Isthe); I warrant Fora dollar's a greater opportunity for a varied selecMen of
-- B.E 'SI 1t.S SCONSUJlJ land than on any otber'road\if*:!**;tttftte-
work is! have been
i O supposed to, : from lightest soils to' those U6d rt14'wlUi.

I' A {:and,a dell should be'paid for clay whether! and for marl regular; and'mixed of .riohenbaprirooefc fflaratog stoos or- ,

it'JOf the, county has not die fundswNl3'a dairy farming' peach or strawbefry> .OttHuce,
is the ( TION OF THE BZAIS) TIjEBRAIX (from/ a photograph). orange grui'b and vegetable. garxtoa,,..,
presented au>
: : ,.
InllealfhytndiUon. WUh Paretit Letion The tourist will be ;(gratlld wtu.UIlCenery.
:t, a4t ies, should, ,provldethe'means to Restlessness,a feverish feeling/sleeplessness,periodic headaches, diners dimness of vision, The health-seeaer'. ,on-fk: *jJua*M
..kpwt'', { friends. The victim oC'l'&r.sll is often little
: shocked or annoyed by note and trifling things. Florida the horseman w11Irt4ei'W1t111tI"d,>
Sj.gr61' The nervous system is often in such condition that very slight cansa'or; even no cause at all, and satisfaction, and the'' Florida OeBMtrJ.
-1l '. i may excite to sudden outbursts of anger A feeling .of pressure upon the brain is frequently and Peninsular is theSportsman's' "
followed by seasons of despondency mental depression alternating with periods of wild,Illusive ''
:"u By.,a.number of l late market reportsIndian ? hopes. When the brain begins to consume, decay,many of these symptons become aggravated.The ,Bout:
.. river oranges are ,quoted at, world seems strange or :different: from! what it was in the past, thought. beau a positive Norc-Passengerstlons fromo'tdierue eo-
effort and life an intense burden. having tickets over the Firs
fn :$tto ,$s' per; box: 'Halifax: l 'orea The system needs soothing, toning, and building up. Something 1moma.r1 demanded.And Peninsular to points; In'1'WtJ4a'
ag"!t r a 1 thou'h'not; I,quoted' by!'these here is where the great difficulty has always b een-to find something pure and yet positive have the privilege of. being; takes JUk-
' ..ode In its results. The late Prot'Phelps.of Dartmouth college realized this when he began his investigation sou vi He over the Oompany'sllB aM j s
V yei find a.ready sale,privately: ) ;, which resulted In the discovery of Falne's Celery Compound. lie knew men and a stop-over within tbe going Jb lfta'of HM.
ticket,with return to their "
route tos'desna
T d 1 i the,.'top: notch; 'was. 'touched 'at womea required something heretofore unknown to the world,and his great discovery has furnished I tlon free of .xt.rat charge. 'Seed"'tot-mapf.
'box. Will it. This compound checks Paresis;even after it hu secured a foothold la tee system; Florida mailed free. -. .
I. :'pe! the, ::}fellers J Taken on the approach of the ant symptoms,it will positively prevent their increftsa. Its high.
WBO,.yeU KO.: please make, a,note endorsements by the medical fraternity and the cures it is affecting easily acccaat. fonts wonder* A. O. UACPONBLL,'G. P..A {
: fill popularity and the unmual stir it has caused in thls.eomnunity. "J' :-:'; ln.. j
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_.. .........:,....riceS -EaiI", [Coast-', "Meisen- ". '. DIAMOND DYES N. 8, PENNINiTONTr >tnnMorVrD. : '".' <-
.-.4.-' -- -. are Strongest; Simpteet, Paste*. .
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To .1 Ineei4elar "';*.., ;! column, lady rtiw-, -JANUI'ACTUaJlRg: OF--. ,
lent eel be, ied bribe money. 1.Iht.4,1Ya..t' ;

Ady eB 41111et.! exceed flfty- words soKSOUa TCawtewia1C.IMb ::: ,ik' :
Postage ps ed I*payment'. ,
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Oout tery name and' addreM. CHAS. W.. DACOSTA, Publisher., >,

enC Trade.Mark.t., .
A fine pfljce itf4tr&lag'k1nd east of Grant's Terms of Subscription: b HOLLI8' CANNED' lEAT FOR-POULTBYWUiMftUe .
farm,on Iadlatd $r,0oBtaiBlng muck-bed ". '
and is oUierVlsefpeci lhr adapted for truck-, For one year .... .'.. ...,..... .__.. ..--.1.12; 00 Hens Lay I' '

growing. \VU1 seM 5tn/to quick buyer. For six months > ., .... ....;.... ....w..w 1 00 i 0 Will Make Chickens Grow!
Address P..KOLI/IIH i Mkae+ ..Pla, It Subscriptions in' all ,cases cash in'advance ? ii E. Awi,( GOOD JFoft JrrOULTIfG.1.\ '. .:.L

Ooasfilu orange'\\Hj$ ,perslmmons, chest- Thin :food, is, strieily fresh; racai,csrslully
nuts, eto: Mr. H.t R kmoore' returns to : a seasoned ..
cooked ground fine, and ,hermetically ,
Santa Cruz, California/by the next steamer Rates of Advertising pn application.
from Osaka,Japan. Please send all orders in REMITTANCE should be;;made by Check, o'O'Q seaed'ta$*'.6 cans. 'Being&ToUnd 1iae'lt

f fo JB! *BvsIt*.r JAPANESE' 'TREK .Co., of 120.Butter Postal Note, Money Order, or'Registered Letter can be readily mixed :with soft(00c1,tuid fed

** JlH.R\f\ 'ranpisoocMi It" ,-to order ofFLORIDA '"en so as to give each fowl.an equal frhture Prio
Will sell for only three dollars, f. o. b..
30 eta per can; 13 per doz. Address HOLU9
,. FLouIDADIATCHof the years '82-3-4-W-7, DISPATCH AND FARMER
1 and FABxE'B AND "'FEUIT-GRowsx of '88, AND. FRUIT GROWER, ,And Building Material.CHARLESTONS. DRESSED HEAT A. :,'WOOL CO., 20 ,KorthKoston

". !--Iwwty timbers (missing In the, lot.; Jacksonville, Fla. Mass (fMenUon Japer.:;(
"rftWto .l'trVOIGT, '. Montlceilo., Fla. Itt ) .. C. i

1p. ,.:/tl'ri.).WJ: \lte'WEandott' ) s", nearly matnre, ,'. ___ ___- I '

; .dollars, per pair Rev. N.'.R.. HAVKB, [NEW SUBSCRIBERS ONLY.]. AI E' SICK LYZ
s Fla Itfd
t *1g rryi, ., 2I
( I flfxmgiaJtbegreat t ronp cure forfowls;\ ,free l .

9f ffittUaSoeau. ,ALBmaT.J'BIJtS-UaguoUa BIGProfflillifiOffer.. .; : .l.atl6nKIMGUllOl"
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-t.gbarmaoyWi r JaK.M 31 West v Bay street, Jacksonville,It ., ,. I py c\ dues a, [

..!M'9tt/d"t6T! 'tfa'tehliag 'Jl' per dozen, Lang- a c nbject to SP..A l3 X8 remo t ,hkelr trouWedwn .?
-Tlymouih'RoCk.:; .and Brown Leghorns. !' tO WORMS The bf.e*remedy for thts?u thO oeleb.t.a ,1
ALBERT .... Nicholas Fla.' 'B.A.FAK!' %SOCK' '
.RIB8.jat. !
3 Been 60 1ean in niiwuJ never fan,..otdlngbsp I
CQp oh pees for sale. ;Pare, clean and fresh.iM2VPt'bsafetyRof 0 b"5"t Uriy that tflJustr *-'nt11aJu.; ..,1sA:thus a
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'press. W. F. RUOHXT. High Springs, Kla }: "
IL I ,tv-, ''-/V 3-19-2t' UI a t d i CitilO e 'OSGOOD"I
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trees,' one .year, '
ePekgrewnBernlasilla: ,Pomegranate; two THEO 2 .
uToWQM.date;plant;'teOllnte seed, large or I U.S.8taD4&rd.if
( quaatliy i | Guinea grass,seed or plants. Ii' :t; K, I D.A 3 aRu
?jf.'$,AMMPBJILI.;,Winter Haven, Fla. 3-19-3 b Q .. SCALES

/II Do you need printing of any kind, Send to Dispatch, Farmer and Pruit-Orower .II..: $ NI I .-cTON : .35' seentantrW.lip paS .
DaCosta Printingland 'Publishing, $ low
; .
House .
Jacksonville e Fla, For one year and a copy.of.., *>! /;'rWbitner's II C: -

Jt/'SWeii-eissava'' geed.. istalks for'sale. |7perL960geto ::I 'OS600D iT.'IOHPSOH lgHI.I''y;

},,board' ,the. cars.. ,CHAS.3-5-4t.F.' MAT, Gardeiing.iii Florida,' 0c

,1 IA AHiklmis of books'bound and made as rood ALL: FOR $2.00 IWhitner's :It C OUTFITS .
,a*new. .Bead to Da Costa Printing and Pub .>.,
." .)iahlag/House/ /Jacksonvile, Fla.' -lEarioa to .tin tar "!.

"MeM'* toep roses make beautiful.evergreen, Gardening in Florida is a' I CURE FITS. cprar.,a.lia.td 10O tnt aaou.tleau.,per bear. udrlQ W.
6kprooihedgea. Plants'and cuttings for ( platy oa th. mattes Ul MBMB tr*
;4fJ M;:ONEILL, It'alrbank-Fla. L2-13-18t; handsomely printed and 'bound book of new and fmprarwl nacbla,laclodlBf a u.i
(\ : 'rintingofany kind?, When I say curs I do l1o\me&J1mere'tyt stop them Ya.paek !Bprmjer for VUMytrd* an4 K en.rk..l r
4upod'j Send to being a comprehensive treatiseon .I i Also M im read Honepovtr > tow .
1j 250 pages, for a time and then haTe them return gadru. mesa pp r tti M prto dm
) Printing and Publishing. House,a- radical core. I hare made the disease of FITS, EPILEPSY brtrBKK.FIRLD FORCE PCM P CO.k.Y
vegetable: tropical products of
t or FALLING SICKNESS a life-lone ctndI ... .
e lorlda 1 Estate Journal, Arcadia, A/M. -" ''.' '. -
Florida, by Prof J. N. Whitner, warrant my remedy to'cure,the_worst,cases. Because
xrjoriaa-witn It t tM ants, South Florida lands cheap. 2,19-12 This book' is much"(sought after for its cure fiend at once for no a reason treatise and a Free Bottle of

If ,Vy&f4ando Nuri'ery-OOO Tardiff; 400( Medlteri practical information. my infallible remedr. Give Ezorera and Post Office.H. Seud for Circular
,! ean>isweetv" 200 Riverside Navel!!! 200 G ,BOOT, M. C., 183 Pearl Su, N. Y- telling
./.DBHHBtt-QOaioaio88aa; : Maltese Blood, $2.OO buys tlie TyobK'land our.;, When to Spray,

:.1,88&1, Sweet Grape Fruit 'Villa Franca paper for one year., 'How to Spray;
-2jeB6 l /Beevet'Mammoth and other peach ?
,iMate&aa)! ptami These,-are not cheap This is certainly a grand offer.VSend and whatPnnips! to Use.

trees, are as fine as possible' to groW' them.. in orders Agents' Wanted.

JAMBS M m1't t t 2-19-6t at once. ;" Lt. THE GOULDS MF'G. CO.
Bnya: home cheap 1 I'' A pleasant home can C.. ,Wi DACOSTA1;;'; -
'be'> # ; Seneca Falls N.'Y."
secured on the..installment plan.,, Nice I ,
house and two lots(In one of the most pleasant I Jacksonville,' Fla;
location Intb&I l city, Address, .CIIAS. WjxAj ,
1(1 Apy Jacksonville,.Fla. I- Co) ._ -__ .' :
Notice of Incorporation ; -- .u }
">J get! ,jMy6nr'orders for note' paper, pens, ;() ....1l.._ I-.t J !
jinks,.and .all supplies.! We. will treat you Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ,
right. DaCoOa,J Printing and Publishing persons have formed a corp ratlon undr the CrJ c;) : ......
House.Jacksonville! : Fla. general incorporation' laws of the. State of i
1&H#,for n-y'teutars 'on'curing sa'lt'ulck Florida.,4: I 0 TheJEWETT. &'. DWIGHT.Ce.
cattle or loss of appetite. Guaranteed. Price The name of this corporation shall;be .
of medicine, thirty-five cents,.by' mall ..If my Purity Oil Company"and Its. principal placeof MANUFACTURERS
/ooamtlons' are complied with,.I ,will cure or business in Florida snail be, In Jacksonville : 3.s. 'SHIPPING DPERFORATED'rAaIi.pLMNOl. .
ayM1 ttem. J has cured some bad cases of Duval county Florida. It shall also pRlM.TCP4' CINCINNATI.:
I V .PCV WhftleraW, ; ,,G.. TILQUMAN, ,, Pal atka. ; have a place of business in New' :York City, '
lift. 2-5 itt New York. .
11 I, The general nature of the 'business;to'betransactd
For sale-fer'enzeHurkeys. A very fine lot I
shall be the production, milling,
I;. lI. MMwefand1,young birds at, reasonable refining,deodorizing deflavorlzitig.<,mann H d
II. 1 e1 y..O'uKI'1'H. Chetwynd, Lake Co., factoring, buying lAnd selling of vegetable, G AUB ST

rt .. 3262t"t mineral and anlmaVplls. .. .'._._' ? MA CHINE
'eM'Hl1f&tnl In'very desirable real estate; The amount of the capital: stock authorizedis Y .
t 7t3elld'fer'' de ef iptlon and ''price. J. L.. DEe One Hundred aud Fifty Thousand Dollars AMSDEN,
iNF> iux,+Lakeland Polk co:, Fla. 3-12-5t (J150.0CO), divided into Fifteen Hundred (1,500)) ,
"swan. "VllJ.} Franca. : Lemon;trees and Shares of One Hundred Dollars (if l&J) each, to W.dcs e.
.. White> Niagara 'vines.; 'Must be best stock be paid at. such times and in such amountsas either STANDING I
th" board of:directors, from time to YARDS.
sad i&he fu)Address, NICOL, care FARMER may TIMBER ,
I 2 Duhh1-aaowas, -26.-* time determine upon STUMPS.Will .
j) This corporation shall commence at ,the'time 'Fourteen varieties of land and water fowls.
1ty9ta need staU9nery of any kladpapersad of filing a copy of these articles with the pull an(irn0In or.
ink i ,BendtoDaCostaPrtntlngR.DQ* Secretary of that e of Florida, and the Clerk of Indian Games, ,Imperial Pekin IKQTE6
.cl'abJHbIilC: House,Jacksonville. Fla. the Circuit Court of Duval County, Florida g
'Perfpt'Ie: '+ h\ 'car lots Western tobacco and nhall terminate in ninety nine years ;Ducks, Bronze' Turkeys MAKES A
"TMe .; write:'Li. WALLACE JENKIJJS 'Lake. therefrom. CLAN.itw.Aereeats.ltUas.A
r Xe1eB,'Fl :''Jf 'Ii .8.123ta The business of the company 'is to be con- Poultry,supplies of all kinds. Send a postal [sweep. .
** .bay UI4.w.** PM*
? Rapalr y'oai-old! family BlblesT Make'them ducted by a president a board of three card for my new illustrated catalogue and lt: 11.1a.y Cbal.a H reds to i hud. The.rp w a Mir
.... -- new. DaCosia Printing and Pubrmaej directors,of whom the president shall be one, MTM U.flrrt fees will pay tat U. Naehf.4 It wA Salt:Met
I'. a. Jacksonville, Fla. a secretary, and by such other officers as the price lists.' ,.. a petrel earl to MAd for M IDattraiM Csuloa*, jim> (
!, board of directors shall from time to time appoint JI1ee. torvM sad tedm.lAl>L Jt ilruM ,.. Vftft '
euMaMdagg.excels the 'umbrella China, as a or authorize: the time at which the Eggs to Hatch., JAMES MILNE A SON SCOTCH frHrTTifW l A..
t growifig' and' ornamental shade tree; directors are to be elected shall he at the annual "
i ;per'HQ;, ,Jit, H.i..GtBABDKAU, Montlcello'', meeting of the company. which shall be E. W. AVI8DEN, Ormond, Fla. STAUNTON MILITARY ACADEMYfor*
F1a. 3--21, held on the third Wednesday of March in young and boys. For 111'd catalorut,
L Ii "Do you.>Iesdstatlo any kind-paper, each year and. the president and secretary address, Staantoa1 Military Academy Btaua-
nand inky Send oDaC Printing and shall be elected at a meeting of the board of ORANGE: top Va.,
I lag Hpnse{ & isle', Fla. directors be held immeiiately after said GROVE.ETC., :
Ii 1 tatted-XUve: i : man to canvass annual meeting. The other officers shall be Q'2 FAVORITE: SINGER,
I' .,A..two leading newspaper publications., ,Ap appointed for',such times as the board 'of Your choice 5.to18 acres young, bearing. NEW. ,HIGH ARM. ,
rawland ; I'
I., t iDt.: ;;;DACoflTA,, ,DaCoata. Printing dlreo-tors may designate or authorize Also south s.de large deep I Ia e. Style as'sbown in cat,'wltti full
> SekioftyilleJf The highest amount indebtedness or He'iure protection Two new railroads % to set attachments;self f-setiffi
liability to which the corporation can at any 1H miles Mire, soft water. Large variety and self threading sfcatlku
l Jt youreddiasnlty Bibles. Make themas. time subject IiseH snail b. one hundred and summer fruit Valuable Invention' that I You '
1 '., new."Da'oMa'; Printing; and Pnbr fifty thousand dollars ((8150,060))'exclusive of have secured United States patent No:. ,911, G J mannfactnrers.atngetxswttachfnesoerzyof CaaTft
!! jisbiag: House,Jacksonville, Fla.. *' !
its capital stock. Canadian No. S4tio6. For full panieulnrs. ers'Commissions of|0, Heat ea'rlaJ
to>aoc6 pta&tt fer sate;choice Havana The undersigned. compose, the first board of call. Rock bottom prices. Honorable handwanted. .' Warranted ft,,......' .'
I I' ...tV jAbaJo> Aroma do Cuba. Ten directors:* J. R. PARROTT Small family no objection., .
!' a ., ,S. A T. M..DAYJ1t.. A. CALLAHAN, CI-9PSAT1YE KWHW*. ..mt 114.
I I- Jaekii. T .LINDSLiT,3-6-Sth 3.38-lf ..).. ...... ,_ ., f: !89.j 'c.'t.. v 3-H-1m Melrose ;Clay Co.,Yla. w We pay Freight. Phl4adelg .,.ii'ar.r
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.. LlMiI..the If you Buffer with any form of this terrible '

hint:All HIT THE lEST IRRESPECTIVE g.F'"iCE.. loathsome disease and desire to get cured "
1 T=: 1 promptly, permanently and cheaply, use i
p.r t71r..far ..f6aes o.8, 6wdUEa
..,...". .... ....J8D.. Turkish Electric Ointment. Immediate re'
"..., = leieK' .,Action,cool and soothing. It U the only
mete ; CATALOG, 0E J'IIWI .
remedy In woildand cures the.worst cases
; ;()'40HWSCN tE .TOKES. existence. Bent by mall on'receipt of one
c,Hari.. I '.'tf j Mart*.. ftIlA. f. Pa, doJ.1ar.-no; tree samples. We mean bUldu t.

Don't hesitate,but remit at once,and addresj
; plainly, TURKISH PHARMACY. 0., :Albion,

We, make the,original Virginia. 65,000 Very choice Niagara grape roots. W pFrY1.4 -

t'. VMKllated Fruit Carriers for + DIRECT SALES.ATTKVTIOX. .

i b.rciee and:Tomatoes. If IOOr000. Five_pef rsaleicheap.Niagara .FKCIT AKD:VEQRABUE:OaqwEas

want fancy prices 'for your i Both from old bearing vines'well matured order.The No.Full Cutaway stock In warehouse.4-feet wide at Send'Utjt.h.31 for circular a with

Tomatoes, ship; them in'a'No, wood.and warranted true to name.I .E. 8. RDBBAFed, Pt.UI Agent:'FIa. .
c n :locate a few very desirable homesteads
No; 'Ventilated Carrier. In South Florida. .
41 a
er 200.OOO .'i'
JCC 1tltrawberri in a.;No. 34or C. I. PAGE, y J;,,,,
1.211Auburndale ..
Crate. -Cata1oguespriceaa.djtniples .
'36 ,
J. J. CALHOUN '& 'CO.,
free on application* PLANT BED CLOTH. 8ALX.
jtrCLDSIT* DB1UBBNATIONAL These cuttings are all 'from bearing vines.
t Southsidc Mfg.. Co., Cheap >ftabstltute for glass on hot beds, All orders must be .In by; December I,1880.'
% .. -' cold frames;etc Three] grades, Light, Me-
f Petersburg, Va.1.14t TYPEWRITER S2.5O per 1,000. Orders of 10,0.0 and apewarda.
"t t{ dium,Heavy. .25 percent.dik! ont."JtI' # ':f '
? 8 ate agents for the sale of NIAGARA.
i t ti :MtlM Groiers, AND eupPL.I1S.! ; F Florists, Gardaners>> Tobacco r and GREEN MOUNTAIN rape vines BAILEY iHAYNtS '

o < Growers etc. ,
S2X West Bay; .v.... Pioneers of Grape Culture in South Klcrida

PANT ONLY PURE SEED. Protects from frost, proiriote hardy vigorous .'IT 492 Orlanrti VILDay
J'.0X80JIVILL1 :TX.OXZDA. growth. Will not shrink or mildew. ,
I L.c, aa t'.ttipply .Melon \.Growers with
Line--St. River
; '. j Hlle. Mock;\Watermelon .Seed' of all G'" r=="''l. Johns -
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: .Mtadard varieties, my own growth, at CS 01101. ::... .j... GD Except Sunday
..,!'t market prices. =. Dil31.i"1:1:. BTS.ELIZA HANCOCK: leaven Jacfrronrtlla.

.. Tojthoe; purchasing ,...edo..me, .,. .IwHl l"'sI..1iO: =- .-a foot Main fct.,at 2 p,nu fordlbemJa..1laguoUai<
.Q :: ;2 Green Cote Spring Plcolata, Federal Point 6,
ftttalsh fail' particulars as to plantS IJ- For sale by leading dry: goods houses,seeds
"AOO@ men, florists,etc. For circulars and samples Orange :.24111 and Palatka. Leaves Palatka

;r k gfettilfsi! e:, .cultivation.,.ttc.; :,,.,1/o L AalIisse, ..' e t''C NATIONAL WATERPROOF FIBRE CO., M hNe and Santa f&. Arrlv..at JkcK oavll!
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l:;!',J I- 1 V.aM, GIRARDEAUI 3a"c;saM '27 South_ St..,New York,'N. Y_ 12 fi.\ p. m..assuring rally connection*.for the.

I; 1.141 Moatleeilo, Flamwou .!!2-a :Z; Agents wanted. North and West. E.V.H. POST,Gen Agt., a

I =.:!..A Also waterproof covers from 2%cent per $. W. EBBETTS, On. Board
ado Ati... square foot. 100 W Bay St.
t .* BEE MAN Ii I .QobI. .a f o "
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r Beekeeping -in Dixie. !=Qt Ntioa .I..! s -'

60 J44N,of Pictures and Printing and Prices fIS"C.3-..e.5"oSq8 .>., t ::
r,"; >* aa5D! B I C Y C: ,.L E &::
1 i .JMXINB". PARKER;Wetampka, Ala.EAFNESS : 2 i : !! {. .
1 $4L i ,Z:.till
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ITS;: CAUSES AND. CURE :S lIo : 5 5I J. E. POORMAN AgentACJncinnati

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BeleoiUiciiHy.. .> treated by an aurit of worldr44e -t'" II.... ..-
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:>. Deafness eradicated "'" t" -'" .Ohio
fwtft4k>a and ,
J WW'I =III.!!! l 51'1JcCO ,
,'Merely eared,of from 20 to 90 yean standing, ,;:.!,g 2!: =_ !:fd ..'..,.. ; <;:w- ''.. .
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1 alters*!other treatment hare-failed. 'How IS :..!...;. r.fIS !'II..S J "r} .
I Agents Wanted.
1 ,." .. II-IQ2 a Catalogue. .
.eU1t7 ,U.reached and th* ,cause ,re-. ujdQELS- IAII e :: 1&. 3-5-3m .\
.' fally explained In;circulars,'with af- : !;1 .si Q 33ge : --
and tettlmoalau of cures from proml- ciaJZ i111l.waII. DIAMOND "D

I isYeefle,Bulled free; C (I) I..=- i '
't' TAirf E. M East 14th. St. N.,:T Owap gw a Q ;

tn t.........- .....q c,, 'ig= ;-!! 5'i8i1 = Hardwood Ashes.
Six dAn'rmriiei thai &. I wo t qh
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any variety totted tube ..... ofe.. ."C 'M"
Acrlcnul :Xz.' around 0 =a .
at U-nova,N.Y. Color .. ..apoMj1po =r Rank-at the h ad of the list for quality
rreenlsl... white pup aGONSUMPTION'.0. :<=""jPg: '
.ter. Sweetr aDil delirloa i
that rants*. "The Itat only both rope In _E m!fi.ti !!-=1It: a =tl! And Take the. Lead Everywhere. .;*; .

'earliness and qaalltj.Tine .&::8..:: t Jt"a. i '
ucla sealed with Tley! are obtained from mills manufacturing car anti wngoa timber,ami where, oollj r

NIl'mark'r'labL Wded, Stud trad.for fuel 1-used than the best of- hard woods. Nc other br arIwc lurim Information. Agents wmtedHOYTa s)uniform a quality., .A Dollar luffsteJ In Diamond'. '!>" Hr.luod A_ue*,*tl iiQ,1

." Ieewa.. RTZPIiW ftUfrS.. New.Canaan, Ci. more nctnal plant food than In any other fertilizer or the mars"r.. .t ;, ',;d.

0ikrrett. : P"ketIc..WIr FMM MtcWni I haT a portfo remedy for U*shore distaM j bits 'jjMmjMj' RKSU1LT&' ,
,' VM thousand of eases of the worst Mad and of kegiattscfieacy.
'I II 11) YenaUavorit.1PiaabthepostaAnn1.feuaala zWdias haft beg eue4. hdee4 80 Ifrcq; It D7fj... Tha are the outgrowth.>experience .sm more Gtnyturipq than mere 'theory '1/v d upon
In use e.ar..u VFreibt .that I will Mnc1 TWO BOTZUM 1"JId.w'.thI
hence t.htl silo has G' hi*fewnsfU-'
grower proven
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paid. Agents are report- a U.uu.BTBJU.TI8B on this dlaeaae to ant "
lair blc aaiea.,Machines I(tew who wffl red ms their Express sad P.O.address ..ac lon that,pure unleached' rdwo.Kl nshea will make A .hdn7 And proJnclUe grove 01

direct Wire, etc.from,'wholesale- factory to1 r. A..Slocaa, M. C., 1811'earl 8t. N. T orchard on the lightest sol I,and that,too, for l l..u money than by any ether rnt".na.,will tee

.Farmers where I hare Ho tit)" to the merits of this brand,for he will at once rec.'gn< ;a In them the -stmngtsi"ashas '
acen&:0.\61....free. .A.t1.
dress the manatactafet.' t he ever used. For prices,terms and other particular,addreu,
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lUfiGIES ?, TNseasnsd;at 4 PRICE eulla prevented by sprang with the EA'CHIAICK! ( 8FMAYPTJMP.
WED GRAPE Md ROT prrrsatect by oing. KXG&LalOK..
\, 0 INCUBATD-RI' Bay direst h.a.FMTUR.d : MY 0Lf 1'S .I..A.cx. .PItA. oleo ioiurkra lBec
Pratt 490.00 LEATHER H TOP BCCOYH 1tal..tTIr.Wekory rraB lIf.U rii w wd tttrawben1-. PJBntUIT.ALW.A.YSS ,T
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raZut...too MMIa. t Km Cart C.1.60. A p d 914 B cfy Earn.u. tiLfl. Catalogueifiowlng ainnjunouc free Laqe
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: Jacksonville, '. : ..- .i.l" .. Jprr: qa. .I.1'1: j'I T iyo rritr't:

i :dealers+ i inland t Manufacturers- _, 3-; ,,v ?.; ."of," High G'r ;"J: R r.tiiiZ: : r.$. .

Oranget.Tree ,and.Tr-UGMettilizfcjrs: I :Cottony dr' FertilisersC't- ; IIR" Inall1'1&I.
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.:""} ,yTWe* ;>.. manufacture 4-' /, /. .* -, ,:..'. -< ..h all*, t our*$'!f. own S 1 i J goods; ; >,at 1,1'South, :. i Jacksonville.: Our- :fertilizefs'are-,? r ,_ made from\'thle'tie'sfm' ) .C9lLuA iKi'Mis. '

'Ir' We''have.. recently' purchased.the.factory .and good); will of the South Florida FertilizefCoi! :, atOrlando, Fla.
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1:1; table. and ;truck; ,growers should Investigate the merits ofihis

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'They produce strong growth of wood and a'large' yield of the best quality fruit.. '-Mr.PiC. Bdffum, .., '
.. ., Of Stanton,'F''a., says: "I am cultivating nearly goo acres bf orange and lemon trees and ar nursery, Jill Oi'HMU} 3tcjii '. (f'a' -,.:, rtr.r an.a, ,
the largest in the State and;T have experimented with and tested 'all the high-gtade fertilizers ST OFWHISKEY. 1d.
'offered for sale in the State and I find.your more.satisfactory than any others I have used." Send 'P l'ker"/' .".. '" _._...-!". *75 ntl ,!$.,J1i RT.e).4; .JAf.loraage /.
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for beautifully illustrated pamphlet _...
our .xpridgoalley__...,..__-,, Ol. I .' .IOld-.e.rbo,,:,"., ..N :..
BRADLEY 'FERTILIZER, 27 Kilby St., .1JQSl D.AUiUSTAsGA.: : :':1'4orth.Carorl.CarD-i':Gllftou.Club. __.......__-....M_>MM___, ..2,5O..._, .014.Segtuckyau!. aker"; '; Dlask'''' ..." ?1 .
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Established ,,1856. 260, Acres .inFruit;[ Nursery. 7. Jnyjei" : : riirl'gallon'd5e.: ,9aITon 50c: ,. af gallon'"7 dc. fiemit;; : bl
$ money order, check or registered letter, We iclilinot ship C: 01)1D; dry
:: ONE ACRE UNDER GLASS.t.!t. 1 I II" A, complete price list of Groceries, and'Winelist, ;;:senCfree(; .o: 1 1t lieil
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MARCH 26,1861; ) ] ; .*'--: : y ;,.'a yTHE FLORIDA ,,DISPATCH FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER.' \.d'.' ,I" ..:."' .. :'259V6 .

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The C13 Steamship *

Time 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia -

New York, Charleston and Florida- Lines. and between Boston and Savannah 65 to 70 hours. ...

4 The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Ocean Steamship Company.

to sail as follows :
From lIew York From Jaekaonvlle (Central or 90 Meridian Time)
(P1.r2p.L BJ) STEAMER, .t'lorada.

::.OHEROKEE".. Sunday. Mar. Jat, at 8:00 ;
Monday Feb. 28d, at 2U' A.x.WednesJay Pa Rates I
.. Feb. 26th, at a P."....YEMA8SEE. .. Tuesday M.ar. 3d, at 10 A.X. Sage/ "
dA7" Feb. 27th, at a P." ....8EMINOLE'...,Tbunday. Mar. 6th, at 11:80 A. x.
r>> 1I0 dA7. Mar. 2d, at a P... ...IROQUOI8" Sunday, Mar. 8th, at LOO P... Between Jacksonville and New York: 1st claw, 125.60; Intermediate,110.00;Ercorslon' Si&SO
'. Wednesday. Mar. 4th. ata P... ....ALGONQUIN" Tuesday Mar. ,10th, at 4:00: A... Steerage,112.50. o'
Friday, Mar eth, at a P.x. .."CHEROKEE,'.. Thursday Mar. 12th, at 8:00 A.x. Jacksonville and Boston:Cabin$S27.ooJ Intermediate$21.00; Excurslon.f/7.30; 8taerage, 112&-
t' Monday Mar; fnb, at 8 P.x. ...YEMA88EK".. Sunday Mar.. 16th. at 8.00 A.x. THE Magnificent Steamships 011.h11JOIDpa117! are appointed to sail.follows
Wedneaday. Mar. UUl, at 8 P."SEMINOLE"... Tuesday Mar: 17th. at 10:00 A.x.Friday. .
Mar. l3thV at S P.x. ."IROQUOIS" Thursday Mar. 19th. at 12Noon. FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.
Monday Mar. 18th. at8 P... .. Sunday, Mar. 22d, at 2:00P.x.
Wednesday. Mar. 18th, at a P." ..':'OHEROKEE".. Tuesday, Mar. 24th, at 4:00A.x. [Central or 90 o: Meridian Time.)
Friday Mar.2etb, atlp.x..YEMA8SEE..." Thursday Mar. 26th, at 5:00A.K. OHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt. Daggett-.............--........Wedne< 'fiI Monday, Kar. 284. at 8 P.x."SEMINOLE". Sunday, Mar. 29th, at 6OO..x. NACOOCHEE Capt. Smith................... .........................Friday, 3100D m
if Wednesday, Mar.a.th; at'.p.x. .:.IROQUOS"... Tuesday Mar. 31st, at 8:80A.x. CITY OF BIRMINGHAM Capt......Saturday: 4- 2.00 p m
r Friday Mar. fith, at a P.x. .."ALGONQUIN" Thursday Apr.. 2d, at 10:30 A.x. CITY OF AUGUSTA, Oapt.Catharine.......... ..................Monday. M 6- Loop m
Monday. ldar.J.h.at8P.x..CHEROKEE..Sunday. Apr. 6th, at l:30p.x. TALLAHASSEE. Capt. FIsher. ...__.___._ ............Wednesday, M 8- 6. Q pm'
t KANSAS CITY Capt. Kempton.: ................:._ ............Friday, 101.30 a mCHATTAIICOCIIEE.
: .Capt. Daggett..Saturday, 111.ro p m
NACOOCHEK.= Capt.Smith ..................... ......Monday, 139.00 a m1100im
V St; Johns ,River Line. C1TT OF BIRkINGHAMCapt.Burz.: ..... .............-_Wednesday, 15-
: CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. Catherine............_.. ...r........Friday .t 17.00 'm
\ : T A I.I.A'It A88: :E.Capt. Fisher.........................:..........Saturday 1820- 200\'.D
t and Intermediate Points the St. KANSAS CITY,Capt. Kempton ......... ... ..... 3.3Jp 'J.UHATTAHOOCl1EE.Capt.Daggett. .
?Tor Sanford. Enterprise, on ....... '....:..i.;;..:. .....WednearfsY, \" 2'14SO p n
Johns River. NACOOCHEE.'Capt Smith. .._.__'....?.......MM.....Friday 24- 5Aa tit; 4
r..,. t ; ., CITY OF BIRMINGHAM Capt. Bur-. ....... ..... .......Saturday, 25- 6 OOp m J
.N.; .r I > CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Catharine ....;.......... .. .........Monday,. YI- 7.00 Pin"
I The Elegant Iron Sld&-WheelSteamfin :, TALLAHASSEE, Capt.Fisher._,........:......... ...........Wednesday, 209.00 am.. .

';CJIJIYOF- '. :. : :r .:A.OSSOVJLL'Ef": : : : FOB.BOSTON.. 4 .

', .: Oapt. W. A. SHAW, CITY OF MACON, Capt. Lewis....?..........__.......:r'hnrsdayApr. 3- lL30sn
: GATE CITY Capt.Doane.................. ...*.................. 9- 300pm .
kEe:, 7 P D'x,: DEB.A.J: ., CITY OF MACON, Capt. Lewis................ ...................Thursday, "' 18- 12.wm ..
V GATE CITY,Cant..Doane.: ......-...._........ ....._....Thur da7. .' 23- 6.03[ p m
Oapt. T. W. LUND Jr. CITY OK MACON Capt.Lewls....._.. ......... ............ ...Thursday, 80- 10.01) am
Are appointed to. sail from Jacksonville,dally except Saturday at 8:30 p. m ,and'from w
,Ii Sanford,dally except Sunday,.at 9 a. m.
(This Ship does Nor Carry Passengers.)

_,Q SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND. DESSOUG,Capt.. Asking... -_....... ...... .. ......Sunday a,
Head Down. V Read Up. DRSSOUG,Capt.Asklns ............-.-.......-......-.:. Wednesday. Afr.5ZOj- a
Leave, 3:IO p. x....................1....Jacksonville .......................Arrive l1:1 p. .. DESSOUG, Capt.Asklns ...... ......___... ........ ..........Saturday, 26- 6.00pm;
.8.C O P. x............,........"........:.raJ..tka: ...'........ ..............Leave 7P. x. '.
,1: 0A.) M........:.. ...................Afctor....../..............-.....d .. 2:09P) x. THESE PALACE STEAMERS V :
2:461x......................,.....St.,Francis, ......................... 12:45 F..x.lliiSA. ,
f 6:00 A.M....................a:.........Beresford ........................... .. x.ll ,Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway(Waycross Line)offer"
6O&) ..x..................'...t...... Blue Sp11np ... .................... .. t OA..x. to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. ,-.
Arrive 8:00A.M..........................,, .,' ....SanfordM ... .. .......,.............. .. 9:00A. x. Through/Tickets and Bills of Lading.Issued to principal points North East and Northwest*
8:15: A. M., ............................Enterprise........... .............. 9SOA. x. via Savannah. For Information and rooms apply to}
Also Steamer EVERGLADE(freight only) from Jacksonville Astor Mondays,Wednesdays J. P. BECKWITH, General Agent, H. R CHRISTIAN,Soliciting Agent *
and Fridays at 6 p..x. Returning. leave Astor Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville.,
at 10 A.x. R. L. WALKER Agent, C. G. ANDERSON,"Agent,
New Pier No.85 North River,New York. City_ Exchange Building Savannah. G...
General Passenger,and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay Street RICHARDSON A BARNARD, Agents,Lewla' Wharf Boston.
W. L. JAMES, Agent.'13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia.J. .
F. W. IRONMONGER.. Jr.,Fla. Pans.Agent,88 West Bay 8L,Jacksonville Fla, D. HA8HAGEN, Eastern Agent. Sav.. Fla.: Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway..N. Y..
W. F. OG *N FAY,Traveling Passenger.Agent, 88 West Bay 8L,Jacksonville. ,..Fla. G. M. SORREL. Gen. Manager. J W. E ARNOLD,Gen.Trav. AgV,Jacksonville, Fla.
J* O. PELOT, Frt. Agt,on wharf,foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville Fla. For Tickets apply to S F.& W. Railway once.F.ST&DLISIII. .

4. jeHl\L HOWARD, Fla.,Fit.' nt.jfoot.LauraRt.Jack.80nv11le.Fla. ", ". "
J. A. LESLIE, Supt., foot Laura'St.,Jacksonville,Fla. f : D 1876.

MARSHAL H. CLYDE, Assu Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green, New York.

THEe. G. EGEll,TrafficManajcer.'S Bowling Green.N. Y. '

WM. P. CLYDE & CO.,. Gen' Agents, :.ELaEJIAM.:: .Ci.. ElCCE: =l..S.

V IB South Wharves, Pbiladelptaia. 5 Boivlinff GreeD, K...Y.Ii WHOLESALE s '

Williams & Clark Fertilizer CO., Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers;: '.


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C.Americus .. D. DUNCAN 'Florida'Salesman;' : -'t' 'i ,
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'Orange Tree Fertilizer, ..', !. ,,'.' COTTON 'SEED, MEAL, Both Bright and Dark.

y TAmericus Oranoe Tree No. 2, .. "'' :.4 ,

.\.,. ." ? Amencus Ammoniated Bone Superphosphate, **' STATE AGENT FOR PURE GROUND BONY, r .

'. k Americus Pure Bone, Meal, Americus bone and Potash, J. E. Tygcrl & Co.'s .

. *Americus'\ Strawberry Fertilizer Star Brand Fertilizers NITRATE SODA,

"V Americus of Potash, GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. ,
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Florida Veuetable; Fertilizer. Comprising '"ilt IIIIIC '
5 v c. ; I SULPHATE POTASH, ::1.
"% *,.. _. ( f fKBiBBKrcBfl Orange Tree and Vegetable .

: : ,0.: F. Winton Mandarin, Fla.."Dr. H. Knight,. Bellevlewf Ala V,; ME., ; V FERTIUZEB. KAINIT, ETC.
WifeOD. ClerBaeat. Fla. 'M. F.Godfrey Mlnneola, Fla.
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Address all correspondence to.W IVlLljlAffiS. &. :: CLARK. :FERTILIZER CO.Augusta These Fertilizers have no superior a
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gate for seed., At-&oj peen :treesready The Introducer the great and good GRAPES,PEARS I Tropical:Subtropkal.. VOO.\DO p .o\as
I&r tee trove, LOQUATS OLIVES, 1 GUAVAS,
Parker Earle .
J = ORIENTAL Large&eek! C&MYftrM&s! TruNiBug! ANONAS" ""j
Brilliant .
LtW, ,. :JPaper-shett! Pecans ,;my Campbell GRAPES PLUMS AND Liberal,Dealing! ROgH .NERIUS,

Specialty.. ..,. Herman:.Jaeger I PERSIMMONS, CALADIUMS,
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Peeaa 'note, ,SI" rT ,:pipe d; :ooeyearold'STU Will mall his valuable catalogue ot'tried ETC., ETC BAM BOO 3,ETC.PALMS .
tI'eHj". eer eh. Southern fruits free. Address, VALRICO. ,HILLSBOROUGHCO.FLA. ''
: W; R. ART' 'T.V.MUNSON,Denison,Texas. LIMES. Send for Catalogue. :

1&It Ocean Springs,Miss. Please mention,this paper. 1U1-4, ..:. ? ,

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.1C '' r Q' : ,;r" W. H.. MACOMBEil: 'Genera Sales ;AgCB Bo+wick; Building. ,', .'
n' Onr Fertilizers have riven,Universal Satisfaction the past seasi.n. Send Catalogue t
t'V : A Special, ,Complete Manure.Fpr.tfrange .; .giving prices,and testimonials from some of the leading growers. iIf ft
: 'Ao rtIduLPUBAL XOJYN OF !n : {./1 ,. j"- ':'
Trees, Young and Old, .Fralt'Trees SI", alld Small J Falls;.' .r\t

a McINTOSH Marion County .Florida. ,
1? Producing a Healthy: Vigorous Growth and, 'Bright, FirmJFruit, "h r ',' ;.

;.. '. Th Holds on Until it is Picked.' Located Orange.Lake, the home pf the nativeorange.' Rich high-hammockf&nds,
)0 .1* ..'".,; ..I'k rising eeventyvflve feet above the lake" evel. :Flourishing'orange"'grovM. Prominent '
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1t- .''FEED THE PLANT, AND ;. tl,._ ."U :' shipping point. Well wat'lredNatural: d .in ge" Railroad, telegraph, post office '
OUR MAXIM ; \ 1 and school t 1l1t1e8. Universally pronounced one'of' the very best locations in tho State. r'x
..t :,t THE PLANT. WILL., -. FE.EDYOU.Boi ;. J An inspection wlll.atl81Ythe'lli 'irer1tteiJ! ,. [Inquiries. maybe: addressed fn' 4
t atiflQ research verified experlment.have us1'to determine the v M' -"s. H. G TSIIL14.
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moat suitable form of plant food to produce. ,not only sweet fruit (the most salable), but also ;- I< I.
healthy wood. .. .
We claim that our ORANGE GROWER returns to the soil in suitable form and In proper :8 .A. "'tT EJ Y :EJBy
time those constituents which fruits:,abstract,and will give larger yield,sUmulatini 1. ,
a vJgorou.condltion of the entire plant. Our ORANGE GROWER. supplies, the 'required
elements of plant food and In'suitable forms. "CULTURATOR""VEGRTATOR"
Experience has proven that Potash is best adapted to the orange tree,and our ORANGE bum g MillOf' LiDDincott';& CO O.1S 8 }
.ORO WtR contantalns the largest amount;principally in the form of sulphate. The Bone 9%
aced is more quickly available.than the. raw bone, J being' carefully-dissolved,' hence more ...,.;.o .. .. ,'-" __ N: ... ,:,1$1\ &
4. re' 4ity taken by the roots of the treel, Many-failures are recorded with the bone,and we are Complete Fertilizers for Vegetables and Fruit Trees. Analysis and prices tion, t ,
led to believe that the soil of Florida-has not the power to dissolve bone and make plant ,BAKER.BROa..'ea'P1i ta.- .' '
food of It,which heavier soil possesses. We have'" ....aimed.' to put it In the right .to yield GEO. 17. BAKER'S ROTTED BONE MANURE, t eeomposed with _, Oiton ; a
eplUBiftnt'food gradually through the season. : fori delivered. Guaranteed Analysis. Send for Catalogue and samples. .
It u an unquestionable fact,admitted by all,that the growth of an ee Is thelabor BAKER BROS.,Special Agents, Palm Spring, Fls,'
of many years and we can not afford to wait a whole season for the bone to be rendered -
soluble. On the other aand the trees should not be forced by stimulants,like fish,guano, LOW PRICKS TOBACCO STEMS IN'CAB I OTHJOI1V raV
cottonseed meal,which,being rich in ammonia,are consequently too forcing. Experience, '" : '
has further demonstrated the wisdom,of frequent applications fertilizers,especially on THE -
Ighter lands ay two or three times a year,in January,February or March and in June. and : ) .
I, I July. It should be scattered broadcast around the trees,a little way from the trunk, and asp IIOM: ; :-V-EJSTJ.\lEJ1'W.: : '
far out as the branches extend and should .be worked lightly in the soiL About one-half .
'pound should be applied to young trees when first set out,working thoroughly.into the soil '
that it may not come in contact with the tender roots. Another half-pound should be scattered -
around the tree after it is set out,on the surface, and raked in. Building and Loan Association 4r ,
Older trees should be treated as follows: Two pounds for second year,three pounds for ; .
"\ third year,increasing the quantity pound a year entll the tree is ten years old. A. full ,
bearing grove should have from 1,200 to 2,000 pounds per acre. .. '
Send for pamphlet and prices,and all other information to And Own i Home. ) 'J ..7

r A. M. BOND, General Agent. .. .

BOWKER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Fla. The terms of this Association have never been equalled In Florida. It offers terms that
should enable every man to,instead of paying rent to a landlord have same sum pay for t: ,
same property a few years. It offers best terms to |Ii;

Write,for particulars,to the above named Association H 4
Milwaukee-Florida Orange Co. f
; 5 Everett Block, Jacksonville, Fla, ;

Selected strains of Choicest.Varieties. of Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty. ,; .. 'IKIAIE

'Baddlng-Wood for sale at all ttm .*'

Oar,. .stock.; Is large. and complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORR PONDENOE. For 000 PIANOS

Catalogue and Price-List, address,

A; L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla! Placed In Southern HomMsaooaaHfal "
PIANOS. bn..aJ..0Y8f!I 1MmT'weaty. tears'I. '
and yearly increasing1. Wb/f &U8tbe
flooded with Cheap Inferior ,LoA. ...r: t M4
and the pubHo has found oat that"*. 4
+, r and Gardeners. Tone,Touch,Workmanship |DurabilityBaltimore ", WE DON'T SELL THAT'KIND '

For the past twcnty-two years we have improved the "Pride of America" ,22and 24 East Baltimore Street. Oar Instrument lead the world. Ou Pries,i.B88.. t, '
148 Fifth Ave. than factories. 'terms.'Ba.iest. Method 1Indaoementa. q
New York,
Corn. It is the most prolific, prettiest and best corn in the world. It is very Washington 817 Market Space. Write for Free. createvt.Catalogues. and.and we CircAm DAT rirliffrtnc freight.

early and*pure white. ,Makes a third more per acre on same land than if full/-all In plain print. Eaejr to bay from us.

planted in any other seed. We have often shelled a pound of corn from a TH[ SELF-RESTORER UDDEN&BATESouthern ; *

"single ear, and'have many times made sixty to eighty bushels per acre on land L Music, H@u., U &h .'

that will produce three fourths 'of a bale of cotton, and over one hundred to everyman, OA.Hof .

bushels where land is rich.% Department of Agriculture declares this to Dr.K H.ri I c1 EL ntEBlColn'buaAre..BostOZlGUA and old; poctim paiAddreuu. .

be the best com in the United States and having no equal.. Why plant poor .
seed, work,hard and make about half what you'should? Don't miss this chanceof .

getting the best com grown. ,Satisfaction 'guaranteed'or moneyrefunded. SCHOOL OIlHl-

._ PRICE : Sample packet, isc.; ;*4 I lb., 3oc.:. i lb., 500.; 4 Ibs.,. $1.50, I '

post pad j4 peck, $1.75,; i peck, $2.25 ;. / bushel, $4 j i bushel, $6; over Fitting Chartered young by the men Iverislatnre for the active of Virginia duties of,life.and C. ...... tl jjj rrora t ii ... ...".,

cine bwfeel. $5 per ushel.Don't send stamps. Address at once,- endorsed by the Chamber Commerce.Council A......'WUK..bBL:i BOIl _a-ialss I.a..,.
and prominent citizens of the city where located.Tor ..a.uf1. iO steus sN ht,4......& .......
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catalogue,circulars: and testimonials,address ...( )_"
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