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UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida farmer & fruit grower
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 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: June 18, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00185
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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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GBOTB ATO OacuiaD-Hay:Making in the Grove;,Fertilizers for Pineapples. fWo6dJBurningAre "
FRUIT EXCHANGE f We now have a fine stock of Peach Seedlings
FLORIDA ; _.. ,. L 1'831t"
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57 CHATHAM ST., BOSTON Double Working!DOM n6t Like Cowpeas{Girdling the Navel; .*" "'' '" "-"434 We can furnish buds of any varieties that haft

PriM Catalogues of weekly sales furnished Peaches and Plums( Kola,What Is'It=;r '- ..* ? Z V'.. % *.! #:4 5 .* '435" been brought before the public without extra

_4ta apIieat.' -. : : Fjuuoa AXD.TauocKB:-ProflUble Potato:Growing-Under-dralnage. and Good.Culture. ;Choice '. cost. Anyone having any new and choice varieties
.1. .J., they-wiSh propagated,will do well to correspond
Florida Syrup!j How,the Tobacco Get nJ j ;. ;, -,V .-, >:>.. t .438 with bef'ofeCoutractlngd.lewhere. Our
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from West Florida Canneries V 437
KM.PLRNETT ; ; i. stock Is large and fine. Will receive contract or
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EDrroEttL-Publications Received; Notes; Government Cannot Help- Some Good Words r ders of any size. All orders muSt be,placed by

BROS. .,, Manual: Labor at the Agricultural College j ,.. ., : ,. "' .433 July 1st.GRIFFING&BRApI Y,
jj Pomona Wholesale Nurseries,,Macclenny, Fla.
AGENTS, A Good Work; "An Inch of Rain;" Markets for Florida Produce\ Questions and Replies.;.* ,

FLORIDA- ; FRUIT ,,EXCHANGE., Class. Legislation-The Stock. Law; '. -. .. 'e' ,{:'', .. -..'.r.439 F. HOBSON & CO.,
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yasliiile OemmiBtifin, Fruito' lad Ycfttibln, Oua Yotrvo FOLK-Such-Fun; The Cry Roam; Orange Peel; .. 490; J No.263,South,PHILADELPHIA.Front Street. ,

Essays reComs. Btesefls 1M JJo1 oaappUeatlea Ii Tater Street.: CUoaio.GS. Ova Ruan. HoxB-Oood Health In, Florida; Macarpntand Its Uses; Plcalllly; Sun Flowers;'"',491 .

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,- ';-fjr.! -*eotoafc dices.es4y. -4eas;.... ..droarfaoviclBease4.1. -
Southern Fruits Spealaltlee.ReferencesDr.
? and Vegetables. .
PALMER, Man and Land; President Cannon of California,on the Sub-Treasury. and Land-Loan Bills; H.'Rldsely President Farmers

: :I66' READE ST/;, ,NEW; YORK. 4 .WIl7T Personal Property; ,f';r-, '. ., .z.-: 491 Bank Bank.DoTer Smyrna,DeLI DeLj D.1.Florida Cammfnse Ferttyser,Prertdpat Co, Smyrna Qitafj.TtfieTFl .

SOUTHERN PRODUCE A, 'SPECIALTY. ,Decay: of Rural Life;Citrus County Alliance;.Paper Honey in I'rance;L U ty.Not Competition *.! Johnson* Mokes Seed X retoM&tsfl'
Market St? Philadelphia Col. J. De V. Haaard,
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494 Eustls,Fla.j MaJ.John 11 ,Norfolk Va Produce
Oranges,,Lesions; Pineapple, and all other ;
Frelts and early truck; also,. 'dried fruits. TIm Oaisos Gaowza-HaldlGoma; t 499 National Stencils Bank furnished.Philadelphia.when requested: Returns madeon

.&&taj All furs consignments,eta promptly' remitted for THE COTTOK. PunEB-ParlI Green and London Purple for the Cotton Worm; .. ., 495 day of tale. .

Steaeila and market reports furnished free. -
References: Bradstreete. and, established PATENT GRAZINGMUZZLE
aereha&tt a&d bank of the South.

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cb-olce Niagara roots.Io0 ODORLESS 'BUG-KILLER.
6* Yery grape .
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,000 grape for sale cheap.. .. 'Xllls Melon Sup,Cucumber Bugs, ,Tomato Bugs and Worms, Potato Bugs; CabbageWorms eack at factory,or$L50 postpaid, cash with
Cut Worms, Rose Bugs andaU other Bugs, Lice etc., destructive to vegetables. order. MOREMEN&CO.,
:Both from old bearing vines,well matured plants and shrubbery. Five-pound,boxes,25 cents each F.O. B. -
wood and warranted true to name.I b-21-tf ,Switzerland, Fla.
H. G. HASTINGS ft CO., Interlachen. Fla.,
eau',locate a few very desirable. home-. ..
Heads la South Florida. Seedsmen and Florists. State Agents. Line St. River
Day -- Johns
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n' ,PROF. -N.,,A. PRATT, = Consulting Chemist. and Mining Engineer .Jsaksoaviil
BTE. ELIZk H..L1coct leaves
,a. L. PRATT, T--. Assistant Chemist, ,
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FLRIMBOTAKICAL! DEPOT foot Main SCat2( .for Hlberaia.'Hatfiolia,

Geological Mining and Chemical l Bureau. Green Core-Spring, -Plcolata--, .Federal Paint,
Orange Mills and Falatka. 'Leayea"Palatkm
o. A. KELTER
T1 Agent
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.. LABORATORIES, 73 WEST FORSYTII ST., JiCKSOXTlLLE, FL1., AND COB5EB BROAD 15DMABIETTl 7 a.m., connects at Green. Core- Spring tot

waretssati BE15i8 tr DDmA. .STS., ATLANTA,'Gi. Melrose and Santa Fe. Arrives JaoisofiTlll

all its Branches. and 12:30, m.,assuring early connecttoas forth
Chemical Geological, Mining p.
, Beef,. Herbs, Barks and Berries.lf11py,1teit"CashPdeee'For Technical Advice. ;fhosphates and Fertilizers a Specialty. North and West. E.V.& POST,Gea.Agt,

r', E.',W. EBBITTS, On Boaad.
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{Blue LiIYJ'Butter
Blue Flag Root, !; -
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.:. fly .Root; Comfrey ,Root: Cotton. '-Root Free Flowers&p 1f
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tBark; ; PA1rFERiyZERE monthly price 60 eeats-per jear,Into the home
; .Dogwood Bark.Ginseng,; Root; ? N" ..- of everyone who loves flowers-who has aja.

Jerusalem Oak,Seed;,Poke Root}|'Prickly I ,JAqKSO W1LLE..>.,, ,: -FLORIDAtOffice '.: den months,or who trial keep8 subscription'poa1try.we and offer a packet a three of

Ash Ash Berries ; mixed flower seeds,over 860 kinds.,for only 10
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; (pale) ; Rose pcC s (red) ;"Sampsoi :; .. St.Johns River, East JacksonviUe. Y stamps.WESIERN GARDEN; .
Des Moines,Jowa.VVUlr .
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. L ,Snake Root; Saw Palmetto:Berries ;
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of Commercial Fertilizers.
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: safra% i eot Bark; 'Watermelon', : ) IBUYJIOWISPECIAL
f Wholesale dealers In and Importers of jail kinds ibf Agricultural Chemicals.
4 Wffd Cherry Bark (thin:virgin),;:.Gray ,
Send us your l1&IDeand..we will mall you from time_to time mueh',eneraUD! rmadoJl .
/ .ii' nil and is;s'a c oes fu*oraunge and vegeuble cwnrltnre Jn Floada.'pt :
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Th'e' Recommendation to beObtalned intbe SUtpT Florida Exp; ri im'efl(StaUon> Jas.B.DePa .'
0okord'e'wlheif>>laek oBvWe1FJa", Finest ,.
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;" E.T.PAi1ca A'80N: "DearBirs-I have used your*'Orange Tree Foods on my. Down Frtc s-toctose.ftdi. '
grove for two yean and my trees are growing very finely It to an rxceKcnt/trtiMter and"I Earyr 2trsu-ie to b6 monLbiyor .'
Baal 44tnoa4MgM, ,Yours truly, ? JAa.I''. :&f AN. 81e cast;beieaae.

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'IME88BL E..Tf BAXITX&Sox. Gentlemen=Lan''lO far satisfied wife the,resolta obtained p GREAT BARGAINS"
by: the UM of your'Orange Food" 'Fert lizei, of which I used over 50 tons the pifct season* r Mo*be sold. Cant bold.
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iEWE'CTDW1- My fruit Is very firm and heavy. Five yean continuous use of this brand shows tbttrit pro Writ*Borsmta Sfcee*.
MUWIIfI +GIORCRf = daeea a thin teWh..akaaed fruit,which carries tomakev?,,1I1UIK'averqe: coadttkms ex-' ILUDDENt BATES
cieJteat shape Sot one-bad order"report did I receive the part season. The wood growth! ,
aL obtained by the SM of ,your fertilizer Is not as great as by some others, but. HXALTHT I" sSB VAN t4AHs I''
r> pMIIi ClmTAnf. yours truly, J. M. WATXOUS.


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48* .. _THE. '. FLORIDA. DISPATCH, FARMER ,AKD ,FEUIT-GROWEE.: FJUNB 18,1801 1.

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I THE EUREKA INSECTICIDE.Sure .


'5 death to; the Red Spider,. Rust Mite and Scale: '


.Inseet. Has: no Caustic Soda, Saf pete r, Potash, .9'r' .

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ONE"'SUFFICIENT: FOR FIFTY GALLONS OF WATER tV


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: free from all substances of a: caustic corrosive or poisonous nature, it can h
,the various forms of (fungi! on trees and plants. Being < '
be haiidldwitli.perf, ct t safety;'to the person] and applied to the trees,at any stage! of growth:without:(in jury.
This insecticide has been used DV some ot the largest orange growers in the state during the past two years.andi has givenperfect ,

&fiSf e'iop. References furnished'on application.
P- FOR,RUST UJ&USE ONE QUART TO FIFTY GALLONS OF WATER. When! used at t this strength !the 1 frees should e'p'better '

for.the Rust Mite tWIce a month'through the season! Where. ,labor constitutes$ the principal item of expense In spraYing trees it IS .

.. aIlIt.chea. .toJse! the: I Insecticide at,.full'strength\ viZ/: One,g. .lion f1. 'of solution to. -5 gallons I!! Qf water, s 1 the fumes from !heJnecjt V-" .
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CMe will: Kill the'RustMife! ,evenif the'solution snoul ll of f'ha p fo 10u fi11iem., rusfng-ffie Ins tidde-at this ,!_ \ save
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from one-third to one-half. This is && AdYantage
three or.four sprayings through:the: season, thereby reducing cost .
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aietker. 'Prefm3o. ; ,of Sulphur;. If used i in this'manner it will also kill the other insects that may be moving on the trees. '

FOR RED SPIDER, and SCALE, use one gallon! to fifty gallons of water.! General l directions for using sent on application.PRICE _

20c. PER GALLON, in barrels. I If there is no agent in youtvIclnlty, write for price delivered .

SPRAYING 'APPARATUS furnished.to our customers a!cost.. # .

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':a The y Great, Fast_ 'Express Freight System of f the 'So-..utter.


and'donth Florida*Railway between Tampa and Banford.si:,F.t''W.i7.:be-
rz P1&f\ F. It Line' __iW ei :Hav&jL Key YVes6 add TanVpd;
.-uQi.of ihi i'direeted I i o t.b;e' ; .and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship" Line between Savannah,Philadelphia; NewS
-L',j-J ekllOtl.T1Ile; .Ds# ridge. River Junction tieweaa>and Savannah.SaT&a Savannah$ Uliote The beet eq\\1p-ped,fastest and mod- prompt lines between aU points. -' &and alo1
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North.! 1w-' *BUslve 4 PPera SOUTH.BOUHD.
JMIII Irs Hmr' Nortli and West via Albany,.Biti1M1d+ ,
fait fref titservfo6 fMm IJI" points
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DRb1e dally.. taR. height_wise_ f9ells .nts Wet via Albany,iNUPt. Bainbridge_ .Ienp"and s.VanDaJ1.1.O au pints In Florida;taI\. .height. \ra1DI. both' -via QataeRiUle. ,JaeY r .-,.
= onvule Callahan and Live Oak.
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oesaaetton vas the Atlantic Coasf Line to all Eastern the fleet rteamihlpa of the Ocean Steamship Company,aam&cfireaNew
all ran a week by
height., J r y?Pr fps' Philadelphia! .;'.Baltimore,Washington andMdpaVy Four. Bhlps New Pier 35,Nc athlttverdireotlbrSavahnaitDdoadsyWednerdsy: : ,FrtAiy.a&d
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V V and.2ifltt 8av.anahiUrect, matting eon eeuotf on the doc*'at 84vaahseb wink JaH
A w_.K-'>antl' and )Miners'Transportation ComSB 18 freight'trals for all potnta.inFlorida. ', J
Philadelphia vis Ocean Steamship Co! l leaving Fhliadeiphla May t;If *skt' 2i,
( SSSSahlp "d 'ieavlng Bavaimahietf Front ., ,
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.. every five days from regular aalllns day via New Yor W Havanaah. : :- a4 e r
-DIIa4I&IpI Ii ift i 'dayi 4k OMak: 8tei i b Ji o i t aptly,to i-flDc Friday From, making Baltimore close via connection Hefebaati with and s..F.Misers A W:Transportation Ky.for ail poiatf Co.la Tlortd every*.Taesdaj 4-

i'1 Bteamehips ire.aub eel t6'.iwU"'l''" aotioe. : $aa u4 Wilt ioJ'lorl4a: Fcrflt1\ Tatar,absru fDd all\Jlt\D\ ,rets. a... a 4 .
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OTC If not, it will do to begin to rake it up. and Old Probabilities" deceive the of seed as rich as cotton fall monthlyto
1le'. 1tud. If there is plenty of barn room; it may planter an4 the expected rain changes decay in the shade and add fertil
... be hauled'in at once:and spread out afoot '' its mind, after he has got his meal ity. Their proximity is inimical to
':Hy-Making'in' the Grove. deep. If not, it may be made scattered, and postpones its visit for a some insects and I imagine they de-
:Hay-raaki&g ,Florida ;apt:to be into 'cocks as high as a .man's neat few weeks after1 sprinkling just enoughto stroy the equanimity'of the tmpetur.b .
:A,damp business,'even worse than) in and ,as narrow as can' be made to dampen everything a trifle.I ble mealy bug. Oh, that I had it. ,
:England, 'where they have to cure,it stand; then cover them with hay-caps. 'have been' trying a plan to overcome ,- proven beyond a doubt 1 My pine
,in.the cock.or the stack with tubes or After the.dew is.off the next morning these difficulties in part, which apples are mainly on .the .east _side,; ,
pipes: gun through it The 'farmer, these; 'may' be opened 'out into threeor has thus far proved very satisfactoryon where we have not been hurt since
should. time his ,operations so as to four flakes, and as soon as they are an experimental scale. My aim is 1886, but I shall plant them all with '
have haying; come either before or heated well through, hauled in. Let to apply all the 'phosphate and part of castor beans this summer for shade
after, the rainy, season; hay tat is subjected the hay be piled up high all around the ammonia which will be requiredfor and additional winter security and
only once,or twice.to.the alternation the sides of the barn and not tramped. six or eight years before planting; with a lingering hope of discomfitingthe
of ,burning sun and dashing This will allow the air to draw through I am experimenting with different mealy bug ,
'rain. will .be worth little more than it and keep, it cool., Salt is objection. quantities of bone, from 700:pounds JOHN B. 'BEACH.. .
wire grass.Crabgrass. able in the hay-mow; it attracts mois- to 4,000 pounds (and now even 6,000)) Melbourne Fla. .I .
is succulent, flashy stuff ture and discolors the hay. Airslakedlime scattered broadcast and plowed in. -*- '
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at best, and it must be cut' within a should be used instead, if the hay From the first I get no appreciable result Woods Burning-Are the Crackers :.
w :days of the, right time (just is ,in danger of heating. A large and from the last ((4,000 pounds) Right.a1ditor
be&re! it blossoms! ),or it ,will be of little amount.'of this may be sprinkled over far the best. I grow only fancy varieties Farmer and Fruit-Grower: '
A value. Likewise, the curing :must be the"hay without' making it offensive and with these the expense of fertilizer I :see that a law has been passed in -,
done .quickly in order to get'' 'it into the stock, and it will absorb moistureand is a small matter and the prob- our Legislature against burning the "
the, barn; with that. aroma and bright keep the hay sweet, and Bright.If lem is not. "how little will do and how woods within a stated periodfiveyears
color ''which render it attractive to no rain has fallen on it hay may can it be done cheapest?" but "how ,'I believe, and I see no reason
stock We have often harvested it in get tolerably hot in the mow without much will they stand and in what assigned for it, only that it injures the
the fall' to be'given to ewes. in 'lamb. injury; but,extraneous moisture is very. form will they assimilate the great. soil. '
log time;or to milch cows, for both of detrimental to its qual }.-ED. est amount soonest?" Bone decomposes Now the query has been revolving
which,,it,is excellent if cut in the blossom slowly in the soil and gives in my mind.-how much will the soil
or:,just before and cured'perfectly Fer'illzers for Pineapples; .of) nitrogenous salts and soluble phosphate be benefited in five years by leaving
bright .In, Florida, we do not, particularly EditorFarmer and Fruit Grower: little by little all the while. The forests unburned? Suppose that it. t
need it-far' milch stock, (green The great problem in (fertilizing: a question now in my mind in thi con trebles in value in five years-say 40
pasture being i .so' easily available), but field of bearing pines has always,beento nection is how coarse should the bone acres of raw pine land, worth $10 per' ,
it'is well worth 'saying .for'work stock.It apply the necessary elements of fertilizer be to l last long enough, and will not acre, is worth $30 at the end of five
will hardly pay us in this State without doing damage to the 6,006 pounds prove better than 4,000 years? Now, if this could be realized
'with ,our small fields to" ,have:a tedder, foliage of the plants. Of course pineapple pounds? Ic. is a well-known (fact that i in safety. all right; and I suppose that ,:'
'but the grass: ought to be stirred out plants require the elements pine* will not stand much lime and the man who moved the framing of
with a pitchfork right after the;scytheor which are the common food for all perhaps an increased quantity ot bone this law and those who voted for it -
;mower,, in ,order to open, up theY vegetation and of which nitrogen' would introduce too much lime into see the brighter side of it and no fur- '
thick, bunches; It does not pay to phosphoric acid and potash are deficient the soil. Enough sulphate of po ash. ther, or at least not enough of thedark .,
'get'to mowing too early, for: the ,dew in nearly every soil, particularlyso fur the first year may be applied read. side of the picture presents itself .
:will dry out, much faster from the in spruce pine pineapple ,land ily without touching the plants; say to them to counteract the weight of the
standing, 'grass' than it will from the Pines require proportionately more 200 pounds per acre; if soil is' fair bright side. Now, the picture: has
swath. But the ;moment it is ,down, ammonia than any other fruit,. and this none may be required.: But when two sides, and one is the dark side,
let'the farmer bead every :energy toward can be supplied readily by scatteringcotton the field is in full bearing a trusty and that side is leaving the woods
o curing it as-, rapidly as possible. seed meal over the field. This white man must select a calm day and rough, and the longer rough the dark. '
Stir it and stir 'it:again. Keep it in does not damage ihe'foliage and a carefully drop a small handful In the er the picture becomes. "Oh," says
the air,all the time. Do not mow later handful can be allowed' to ferment, centre between four plants, using the the off man, "you are a stock man; _
than 10 a. m., then put,all'the' forceto go through a tremendous heat and utmost caution; if a colored man doesit that's the way they all talk, just because a
curing. It is'great mistake to be decay in the bud, without injury to you mast give him a corn planterand they have a few scrub cows anda a
niggardly, .in the amount! ,of' "help". :! ,at that delicate,organ. But the ratio of make him put it down in the bunch of piney woods rosters.( ,ButI
,this: crisis; you may save a few dimes phosphoric acid and potash to ammonia ground: between the plants every time.I must 1 tell my objector that not one _
and lose ranch more in having a in' cotton seed meal IS not adequate am experimenting with nitrate of shot of that load hits the writer. I "
quantity of 'yellow or black, lifeless, ; ,to, meet the wants of the plant, soda, at the suggestion of Mr. H. S. have only about four cows to give mea .
odorless stuff which is not fit 'even and if we attempt to supply this deficiency Kedney, of Winter Park, and findit little milk, and not a Hog on earth/ -f.
for.the inside of.a bed-tick.: i Timothy with the customary acid phosphate very satisfactory so far, though difficult nor would I have a bunch or a pair of. .-
has' fiber ad substance and, it" will: we destroy the plant. It is to apply to an old field. It.is' the best Northern bloods in America asa '
shed a. certain :amount of rain, and practically impossible to manure a quick but expensive. gift. "Oh, you area ,Jew then." I '
take the sun:for- hours; crabgrass bearing field where the plants stand This winter has proven the efficacyof beg your pardon, sir, but I am only '
.is pulp' .aid. ''juke, and it needs a so thick as to.choke out nut grassy as castor bean? protection from frost as glad that I have as much sound senseand ".
S "quie 'O\FeRt'; ,as the cooks; :say.' One they: do in a thrifty( plantation, without 'last summer ,it did against sun. Two resolution on this matter as a Jew,. .
' of ,the chief;reasons 'why.crab:agrass getting,much on the foliage and some i frosts in January damaged pines unprotected has. You can have your ChesterVhite5J ..
Hay ir'so l 1'estecmetd'i'; :Florida in ,the'' buds. Anysalt, acid phos. I here on the west side, and', \ your Gra.4iier.and your Berkshires ..
i is because it,is generally, .cured!;in such, phate or even a little grease will de ;, one iii .April cut'them to the groundin as long as you fence them in, ""
bad fa'-vD.' "* ... stroyhe? bud, and' fine bone will, riot places. Where they were shaded but if you ever live neighbor to me.,
It fcwf essemial toet,. 'aW the decay readily or rapidly enough to be J by.castor bean plants in full bloom I tton't turn' them nut '-0' a
buncbesm.thc.awathssfdt aci; t;;torolaj : disposed like cottonseed) .meal during they ware not harmed, -and where but I want to ask those who talk so
: a Bgte: green: lock"wi t; t 'a:single rainy period, but needs to partiallylihaded they only! lost crowns much about burning the woods, ..if.' .
spoil' a, good, deal oi, (bay arouM kA be miXed with the soil. Much of the and outer leaves. ,I have yet'to ob.serve there ,are "not other reasons besides ;.o:1v: !
i t ; indication of their robbingthe the stock matter which the: stockman
any
.. boot; 3 Vdock tWista rojpeo }t4c ammonia In cotton seed mea is usual- '
,jour hinds_ and see'K;ye*'can, wrisg lywasfedby its broadcast application i pines materially and their falling can-see; and mild ptead'itT /erase .
gyp ,OT H'.by :itfce fewte;:* kzwiliag.-\ particularly ,so when the ,barometer leaves supply humus, while bushels of himself and his neighbors, aad'tae *t.:,' '
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country"at large. I have said in times year, or any wild lands around him all. Again, once sowing in this ,hot LINSEED MEAL (New process)):

'past in ,this paper, that the', ,woods with none to care for them. Florida sand will fill it so full of the root-knot Moisture at 100 C, 5.06; nitrogen,
,should be burned at least once in every haspbosph-atc, enough to replace all parasite that it is unfit for peach trees 6.25; phosphoric, 1.42; potassium
two years, and;! I'll stick: to the text. my'losses in the burning matter, andI and figs, and mulberries and cabbage, oxide, 1.16.V rth $24 per,ton.I -
Now, let any man look at the disastrous consider it cheaper than to have a and tomatoes and-well, I don't think

forest fires,East,West, North ,and 'burn out" every four.or five years try- much of cowpeas anyway, only for had a number'of Navel ''cHaDge'trees
South, for the: 'last twenty-five years ing to save the, fertilizers of a few pine the weevil. but, becoming disgusted with
simply, and calculate.. the damage straws. It looks too much like the man As you know, Mr.- Editor, I go their.,barrenness, I concluded vto graft
caused by them. What; has been we hear of who,dropped a match in the around some; I )know some of the them with other varieties. At,about
done by them recently in the West, dark and struck sir others to find it, groves in our State; have some right two feet from the ground Sawedthe
Texas, for'instance, where ,not only and then reminds his friends that we around me here, that I have seen tree nearly off leaving perhapsone
millions of dollars worth of propertywas should never waste anything. them fatting on cowpeas, and they inch thickness of wood and bark,
destroyed, but scores of human Now,. I hope that every man 'who kept at it until the cowpeas would not then bent the top over to the ground.
lives lost? And why? Simply be, reads this article l will take time to consider grow any more; and the orange trees The trees now began to bloom and"set
cause the woods were left unburnedfor the points,I make. I have beenin didn't either.. fruit;and continued to do so for nine
three or fourfyears, perhaps longer. the State thirty-three years and Again, Doctor, if you go to telling months, until I sawed them off, hawing
How came the Michigan fires to do have.always tried to do, by others as I that to turn under a crop of clover sod bloom and fruit of all sizes, so that
(J such an amount of damage in the last would have them do by me; and }Jf.I for,corn and plant soon after in Juneis the winter'' following I sent them to
two decades? Simply because; they have failed ignorance has been theca not the best treatment away up in the New Orleans exposition, a bunch'
did not,keep the forest wisely burned. se of my failure, so I think. New York, I shall begin to think you of blossoms and fifty-three sizes of
Woods left, unburned for three years S. W. CARSON. were not planting corn up there whenI oranges, the largest a ripe one :weighing -

and upwards,have been the primarycause Midland,Fla. was-a good while .ago, though. 'I' thirty three ounces, all picked
of more loss in dollars and cents Double Working. JAMES MOTT.P. from one tree the same day. The

to America in the. last quarter of a Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: S.-O, yes, I know somethingxrf trees lying on the ground, with bios
century Cleaving out loss of human Please explain througn the columnsof how Mr. Risinger does it, and if the soms, ripe oranges and all sizes between -. I
life, as we can't price that commodity) the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER Doctor has any trees in his eye, I don't were a great curiosity.I .

than ,the profits of one hundred years what is meant by "doubleworking"as care what kind, of land they may be began to think there might be ..
would be arising from rough woods. applied to budding the lemon on on, that are larger and finer and now such a thing as ,too much vigor in a
And do our legislators,think for a moment the sour stock and then buddingthe have more oranges on them, same fruit tree (don't know what else to callit
that officers of the law can control variety wanted on to the age, than, Mr. Risinger's have (and ), and that by checking its growth it
this matter? Every country has lemon. What is the object and whatis they are on this "worthless pine land," would turn its attention to fruit. In

its home burners and its wood burn gained by so doing? Why does the too), why I will go a good ways to I the fall I had to prop those limbs. up,
ers. I mean by this, men who are small piece of lemon wood between see, them. All the difference is, Mr. they were so loaded with fruit. On
mean enough to do such things for have any effect on the bud above ? Risinger i is a beggar-weed (no cowpea) others I slitted the bark down the bod-
reasons not necessary to mention; and As I understand from reading the one man; and his whole place is now seededto ies; those trees held all the fruit they:
no set of officers on earth can control item in your paper of 20th inst.,, other' it a few weeks since. ought to bear.
them. Such men are glad when ,these varieties of the citrus have been used To produce the desired effect on a,

laws are made. They can hide in for this middle piece. Now, please Girdling the Navel. non.bearingfruit tree, the girdling,
such rough woods, and when they ay what would be gained by this Ail'or'Farmer and fruit-Grower: slitting of bark or any other kind of
must go out or want 10 get; out they middle piece if it was of the same vari I should be much obliged if you abuse should be done early in the
can tike vengeance by firing the woods, ety as the: bud above it. I cannot see would kindly answer the following spring soon after the tree has com
.and burning you up. But can officers where the gain would come in this questions through the medium of your menced to put on a vigorous growth,
or anybody else control accidents by latter case. A. F. BROWN. columns.I. and in case 'Of f the Navels before the '

fire? Can they control lightning? I Huutington. Fla.. When is the proper time to belt bloom buds have opened. 1.
know ,by experience that it does set In the double-working referred to Navel trees to make them hold NUMBER NINE.
rough woods on fire. Besides this, if, by our correspondent, the lemon budis orange Ormond Fla.
their fruit for the next year; how.broad
the woods stand for two unburned stock then the
.; years worked on the sweet should the belt be?
when they become very dry, Navel is worked on the lemen.; In II.: What is! the'analysis of tobacco I should like to add a few facts to
when fire gets out it will kill almost this way the strong-growing lemon is stems and linseed meal? the Washington Navel history. I
every tree in its frightful wrath. thought to influence both the stock H. G. C. have seen trees budded with buds r
have where the timber cion howor from Riverside bearing one thousand
1 seen many acres below and the above. Just Boardman Fla.ANSWER.
was. almost devastated from only: why it does so is one of the mys. I '[ BY E. H. HART.] oranges each, and they couldn't staud ,
w two or three years' neglect to burn the teries of nature which we cannot solve Girdling the shy bearing varieties of more. I have seen girdled trees of j
r 'grass and straw accumulated there. any more than we can tell why tree the Parsons Navel with five hundredto
the Navel to fruitagedoes
t Further still, ,nothing causes such a grows perpendicular. We are chiefly not orange to promote have been one thousand oranges to the tree.
practiced
multiplication of insects destructive to interested in the result, namely, that to appear great extent. Some takean These trees never bore an 'orange till
in fields and 'Navel is made bear any girdled. The girdling was
vegetable growth groves the unfruitful to instrument like that used for scoring they were
gardens, and to their fruits, while such tr it.Ve do not think that any prac- lumber and make a spiral cut done in December. From what I
localities breed and harbor millions of ,ticdl grower would insert on the mid.. have seen I should say the .Riverside a
) around the tree. The same
gnats, mosquitos, ticks Wand red bugs; die.piece a bud of the same variety.As nearly effect can be produced by a horizontalscore Washington Navel bears good crops
and would soon give the foreigner Mr. Brown suggests[ there could, round, but the spiral if well fertilized.
for his of "malaria." in it :ED. part way H. WHEATLEY..
,good reason cry be no object r heals readily. The most sensi--
more A'tamonte,Fla.
Let them pass their law, but for my -
ble course to pursue is to bud over the -
part I shall burn my own straw and Doss Not Like Oowpeas. varieties. If
barren trees with prolific
innoticing
,at least every two years. And Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower. I have been much interested '
if grass the fire, after I: have used all reasonable Well, I have got into an argument one must raise! Navel oranges, thereare the effects of girdli"ngon the 'Y
: those that hear heavily enough to
means to control it, blows with Dr. Deaver, and I never did mean persimmon tree and from observation ,
over into my neighbor's "rough" of to do It. He asked whit was the mat. suit any reasonable person. One sent I am inclined to believe that it is,a i
five or ten years' standing and burns ter, and (from his statement, without out by the Agricultural Department: a folly to assert that any ol them are
of
him out, ,why let him sue, and when seeing the patient, I tried to diagnose.No few years ago under the name Meli- incurably, barren. But'there is this y

he has pushed it to the ,bitter end he Doctor, no argument in nfe; have tensis always makes a besides good crop several so 1 disadvantage about this that gradually
have
will get the worst of it. I now havea no time for that, too old, and I don't far as I seen, renders them short-lived, as a,slow '
"rough" of three or four acres near know much anyhow. I know the others imported from of Europe by enterprising .- eating decay sets in a few inchesaboveand ,

me which I am tempted to burn every cowpea, I guess. When we plant it citizens Orange county.Mr. below the circling, and while in'

time I look at it, and would but for I in our Florida sand to fat our orange apparently healthy fruiting condition
Hart makes no statement as to
the wild grapes in it, and that it is in trees, I never did see it work that would be they succumb to the first storm of
Our
time. suggestion
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do much damage it was made for that, and wind that passes. .
shape not to me way; wrong that it should be done when the rain
anyway, because I can control it quite' somehow I can't see the good that has the wound. The hickory-nut tree will take very
easily. Now, I am not going to put yet come from using a plant as a fertilizing would Professor not sour Goessman's analyses areas severe abuse when barren, and although ,
myself to any extra trouble to vote for crop from which we can't grow the axe has been carried,very
fit men who make sucha law, but will the third consecutive crop on the same follows: far in the wood, will, gradually heal
IJ. vote every time for the one who will plat of ground. The first crop may TOBACCO STEMS. over. An apple tree is less amenableto

put in for a,clause that will punish climb up into the orange trees and all Nitrogen, 2.2g.potash; 6.44; :phosphoric this treatment' \han any I have' ..
,If every one with a $100 fine who fails around that way, but the second one acid, .60, ; soda, .34; lime,'3.89, tried as in most of ,the unproductivetrees
to.burn,his! own lands off every other don't;, and the third one won't do at magnesia, 1.23, ; insoluble matter; .82. the sap-sucker has,had the gird"PiE -,

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' ling contract.a.bea4ofme, as'his num- something better to do now have not of the rider were made pleasurable i traveler:-"I think there can be no

erous; perforations in the.bark; testify. this excuse, therefore it is easier to exercise and the desired speed was doubt that kola chocolate is a genuine

The effects of girdling ,have.often attack the causes enumerated. It has attained with k>s exini' :n and the ; good thing. I have used it a great

been apparent on.:the second growth been. found that kola has an extraor- happiest results, so that *-beating the deal, lately, and''! think the followingtest

or old field pine;;these after being circled dinary effect on beer and spirits:; and record" seemed an easy m !! er. Therewas (which I am about to say, was in

A" imptriectly'inJanuary put out a large bottling establishments, where the no sense of lassitude prostra- some points voluntary) conclusive.* I

wonderful,crop"of their peculiar fruit, "ends" of the casks have been drawn tion, but instead a cheerful feeling went into the hills on the morning of

'. the pine burrs. down as low as it was thought safe, pervaded the system; a healthy appetite the 9th with my shikarri; we did ten

a E. D. McTYRE, M. I). the thick residue has been emptiedinto was created for 'food, and what I hours' very severe climbing, much of

Thomasville, Gay'Peaches ._. large casks, and a small quantityof was more important, it was digested I it anxious work; we slept on the rocks,

r kola stirred round, and in quite a with satisfaction seldom experiencedbefore. and the next day ten hours' more very

:' and Plums.Editor short time it has cleared the beer to severe climbing, and at last got out of
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Farmer and Fruit-Grower. such an extent that nearly the whole During the late examinations many the mountains., It is no exaggerationto
No. is'' the
i "Waldo, a seedling quantity could be bottled off withoutin ladies felt the usual anxiety to surpass say that we arrived at the camp Q
from the Peento and
,ripening at same its the."lords of creation and in London capital spirits leg
time much later any way imparing keeping qual though very weary.
although blooming! ; they also had to endure the thick During these two days we had divided
bearer. ities.At
.- a very heavy the Linnean Society we had the atmosphere from the fog so trying to between iis four biscuits, three oranges,
No. 2 is a ,Peento seedling, unnamed evidence put before us from gentlemen delicate organizations. I recommended and three tablets of kola chocolate

; tree young, bearing for the living tn the West Indies of what they fathers who were in despair when practically nothing but kola. It seemsto
first time this has been loaded
year and' had repeatedly witnessed, viz.: that their daughters declared that they have no ill effects, nor interferes
down with'fruit of same size with
,. sam- men who are insensibly intoxicatedare must give in, to try kola, but of course with ordinary stomach arrangementsor
ripens with the Peento. The
ple; by the use of kola restored in a without giving any details as to whatit with sleep. Half a cake at 10 a. m.
,finest in size and- of
Peento appearance into bear-250 very short space of time to sobriety; a was. and the same at 3 p. m. and you can
see4lingsjust coming bad headache, produced perhaps by In certain cases they took it for wait till midnight before you lunch,

ing.No new spirit, is acted on in ?i very'short breakfast, and then again in the form and have a good appetite when you
is
from the
3, a seedling Kelsey space of time, but what is of more of chocolate for lunch. The result get it.

plum: ; the best,'of seedlings whichhavefruited importance is .this, that the craving for was a success, and sided by the assist I am confident that its extraordi--
this and all of which
year drink is at first suspended, then stops, ance to the bodily and mental powers nary properties have only to be gen
from
the
Kel.
vary remarkably Tree parent and a more healthy state of the system thus given, the highest positions were erally known to be recognized by all
loaded and
sey. very heavily follows; bodily exercise is enjoyed and gained, without the recurrence of classes of the community, and more
fruit free from indicationof
entirely
any the mind appears bright.No headache or nervousness.For particularly by persons whose occu
rot, although some of ,the other more than the owner of a millor working people kola is preparedin pations are such as to involve con-

Kelsey seedlings have rotted badly. factory regrets the loss of the assist- the form of chocolate, so that it can stant and sustained employment of

,. Shall send you samples of other varieties ance of his manager or best workmen be carried in the pocket and a small their vital powers.-Chtshirt County

J later on. Yours, truly, from intemperance, and to my knowl. piece broken off and eaten when the Neivs.
G. L. .
Glert TABER. edge the most happy results have en feeling of hunger thirst, or weariness m
4 St. Mary, l1a.t June 10,1891. ''
sued from kola in some form or an occurs. It acts in a few minutes. A "Where have you been, Rex? remarked
The Waldo is a medium.sized peach, other being used. When the' head ofa teaspoonful of kolatina at breakfast, in Miss Flossie to her mastiff;
about two inches long, somewhat and the noble animal winked cheer-
family brightens up he ,infuses a hot water.or: milk, or even alone, is as
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pe ked like the Honey (which. it resembles healthy tone to all around him. sufficient for a breakfast, but the effect fully and laid a portion of CharlesHenry's

far more than the Peento), a In the year 1520 cocoa was in.ro- lasts for several hours. Sunday trousers at her feet

I freestone, beautifully but irregularly duced,. and it got better known abjut Many people who know of this she continued "You bad doggie, I'm
washed with red.at the stem-end, whichis afraid you've been off on another tear!"
1659. I do not propose to go into the preparation employ the pure kola nut,
also slightly creased. Flavor good, merits of this fruit. Suffice it to say' ground to a fine powder. This they

I 'a mild and ,agreeable acid with, abundant it contains about fifty per cent of but- boil with milk, but it is an acquiredtaste. Master's Sale.
A
juice., very agreeable peach. which has extracted .
ter, to be or trown
Under And by virtue ot'a decree of foreclosure -
No. is
I 2 twice as large, a very hand down by the addition of starch beforeit In the early part of this year a col- and Ba.lelIuly made and entered on the
same peach, red and yellow, shaped 28th day of May A.I'.1891. In and by the
can be"used as a beverage, or it ored doctor informed me that the men Ircult Court) of the Foorth Judicial Circuit.
a good deal like the Honey, and deeply would produce indigestion.With carrying goods for sale go away from Duval County, Florida, in a certain cause
therein pending/ chancery wherein Oliver
creased from the end half
.' stem way tea the relief jo 'a weary body the coast for journeys of twenty-four Markham 1* complainant and Manuel C:
down; a cling or at least half cling. Jordan d Samuel W. Fox, late partner
hours all
is and for kola
brain- they depend are
very temporary, a ; upon under the firm nam of Samuel W. Fox &
very juicy and of a good flavor, (for a worker the tannin sorely troubles those nuts and water, and they bring back Comp ny, are defendants" ,I shall ell to the
bidder for cash. In frou! of the door of
light early peach. Its beamywould highest
great who use it as the'most convenient form loads.of goods that they have taken in the Court House, In said County; In the cityof
doubtless make. it a prime fa stimulant. barter.In Jacksonville' on the flr t Monday July,
trite in the market. 1891, being the nlxth day o mild month.wlthin
v Coffee, pure, and of good quality, Western Africa kola nuts have the Ifg-lhv>urs of sale the following? crlbed\
The plum is only about half the size property, to wit: Alt the fo'lowing' : lot', pieceor
well made is of the rari taken the rather filled
one greatest. even place or parcel of land, olluat, lying and being In
of its parent, i% i inches long, nearly ties, and few things are more adulterated the place of a currency in some parts, the County Doval,mate of Florida, to-wlt: .
round The west half of the east half of Lot 6, In
or slightly heartshaped'of
a before it reaches the consumer. and are very highly esteemed by the Block IV9\ as shown on map of portion of
rich dark wine color, finely grained Kola is consumed by a. large 'number natives.I the town of Lavnh1 which may"be found recorded -
book"A.J. -
tm public records
with greenish-yellow about the 1 blossom of the African tribes, and reports sent give the following letter from Mt; Duv l County. A.. G HABTUIDOE. ,

end The pulp is thin and juicy, home lately to the British Government A. E. Floyer, F. 1.. s., an intrepid W.Complainant'B OWKN. 8o'.Je1tor.Special./ Master
except close to the stone, and the showed that those laborers who tookit .

quality is nut equal to that of its dis as food could do double as much

tinguished ancestor,' but! would rank work in one day as those who did r Accotrpanyuig i LI a portrait of the late Prof. Edward ).

proportionately godd'considering its not. The reports in the press have S E. Phclps: M. D., LL. P. of Dartmouth #

earliness.-ED. been so ample that I only desire to .S". College. He was a strong,able man,who stood
high in the and scientific worlds. is
quote instances that have come latelyto } literary It not
v Kola: What ,is it? my knowledge. I am very proud generally known, but it isnevertlieless,the truth

Having been consulted by several of having been the introducer of this -:_5: cS that Prof. Phelps was the discoverer of what is

gentlemen,who are manufacturers as valuable food, and my reticence en known the Medical profession and Chemists

to the best way ol administering kola the subject will be appreciated. Manyof '' universally as Paine's Celery Compound,un.,
of the valuable
questionably one most discoveriesof
and introducing it among ,workmen, I the most wonderful records of
this
This remarkable is
thought it would interest you ,if ,I fur cycling against time have been chronicled century. compound
not a nervine, an essence, a sarsaparilla, or any
Risked you with a copy of my reply.' as largely due to the use, of kola. devised article, but a discovery, and it marks a

It is well-known that intoxication or The riders say that ,though the exer. distinct step in medical practice and the treatment ,

:: 5druakeliness'may: be produced from tion of the body was at the utmost of nervous complicaticnsand the greatest '

several 1 causes\ one: maybe the: craving stretch, still the head and brain were of all modern diseases-Paresis. It has been oil

for,drink,from overwork from in clear and the physical powers were ar freely admitted by the best medical talent in the

digesttpft,:jftfc" fcflfii pain; and :in. did strengthened. Even a small quantity land,and also by the leading chemists and scientists

times it trodi-to' ..arise from sitting in kola had; a magical efl"ec.tt; ,appeared The Lete P R 0 E. PH"E L;s: that for nervous troubles,nervous exhaust ,

the; puW*>?feottsc_ .,for want of some to be as much a tonic as an roc, insomnia, debility, senility, and even the

", thiag'belt rCte) do; but n.the present anodyne to the brain, and whereas dreaded and terrible Paresis, nothing has ever been discovered which reaches the disorder

afe..ol ew.spapers.and the advance only a few minutes before the wholeof and restores health equal to this discovery of Prof. Phclps.

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JtlEllfJ''Tle1\ l\. that the best way to cover and at the I week he' has shipped twenty barrels, ey improves with age, -and when- it ...' j
Jl ] same time pack the soil about the ;of'which seventeen were primes, ,and begins to granulate it.is at its,best; so '

seed was to run a plow along on its remarkably. fine and large, too. with cane syrup. But hOney loses its "
Profitable Potato Growing-Under- moldboard, which did both operationsat .A the lower side of the lot were new, sharp taste; so does syrup. ;
drainage and Good Culture. once. seven rows, a scant quarter-acre on If the manufacture of the syrup is '.

Overtwo years ago Dr.J. F. Henry CUTTING THE SEED. which the plants were only a few not managed nicely and cleanly it can-
inches high when the frost occurred. not be made to keep good long. '
purchased forty acres near Lawtey, In at least one instance the seed was
and ,underdrained twenty of it with cut a week before it was planted, and These were so little injured that they Boiling is for the purpose of separat
heart pine boards. These drains are this proved to be a great mistake; show something like a fair average of ing the impurities of the raw material -

of a varying capacity, according to much of the seed failed to germinate.It what the entire crop would have been from the saccharine matter; thereforeit
the amount of water they have to was found to be better to cut the if'no frost had happened. The quar- prevents the decomposition if made

carry, from 2x4 inches, inside measurement seed just before planting. Pieces of ter acre turned off twenty barrels of right and well skimmed during the

to 6x8, this latter size being one, two and three eyes were tried, very fine potatoes, which is at the rate process of boiling. That I think, is
found only in the' lower end of the and the decision from this and previous of eighty barrels, or 240 bushels per the cause of so much mean syrup in
foot drain. They are laid three feet experience is against the small acre. These were of the White Star Florida and. South Georgia. A great

deep;there is one entirely surroundingthe pieces, at least for Florida. Dr. Henry variety. Of course, the returns are majority the syrup makers use the
lot, and across it they are placed will hereafter cut seed-potatoes'aboutas not yet all received, but at a fair esti old,time boilers (which are only fit to

120 feet apart. The soil is a very por follows: A potato as large as a tur mate these twenty barrels (counting boil,cow feed in, as syrup should not

ous sand, and yet water is found at key-egg will be cut into two pieces seventeen as firsts at $4 a barrel, net, be cooked anything but copper or .
four feet, and in great abundanceat and larger ones in proportion.' and three,as seconds at $2 a barrel, zinc), and boil the skimmings into the
seven feet. Only drive wells have which are moderate figures) would net syrup, which"will hasten its fermentation -

been sunk on it, and no clay has been CULTIVATION. $68, or $272 per acre. and it is not fit to eat,when
found,at the depth above mentioned.The No hoe was ever taken into the Dr. Henry figures his outlay per new. '
drainage is so complete that field. The potatoes were worked acre as follows: Four barrels of seed, In this warm climate it is hard to

cultivation may be resumed in ten minutes three times with the Planet Jr., cultivator $19; i,600 pounds ,of fertilizer, $32; get it boiled down to the right con
4 after the heaviest rain. The doc and ,each time enough earth labor cultivating and harvesting, sistency without its graining too soon.

tor will reserve about three acres in the was worked down into the trench $32; total, $83, leaving a profit ol $189per When people buy syrup they do not
lower side of the lot for strawberries where the potatoes were to cover the acre- -if there had been no frost. want wet sugar. I am convincedthat
so that at the end of the third the excels the kettle
and vegetables,'and in the drains here grass, NOTES. evaporator ,
he has placed "flush gates," by closing working the trench was filled and a The total yield of the lot has been and I do not mean the self-skimmer, ,

which he can check the flow of waterat little more. There was: a very slight 103 barrels. The small part which either, as the skimming can be best

pleasure and thus make the upper ridge at each row, certainly not over waS comparatively unhurt by the frost accomplished by hand and demandsthe ,

part of the lot sub-irrigate the lower two inches high. shows that the yield of the whole ever-watchful_ eye and ready hand
part. A few days before the April frost would have been, without the frost, of the operator. Even to stop the
PREPARATIONS.The the writer walked through this potato barrels. regular flow of syrup from the pan for \
240
lot has now been cropped two patch, and a finer sight in that line it The extraordinary depth at which a few 'minutes to ,allow it to, cook.
has seldom been his fortune to see. the seed causes the more will seriously effect its keeping ,
The three acres which were was planted potatoes
in seasons. last spring received about Some of the potato stalks were fullya to grow so deep that it is all a qualities, as it then mingles with the

three-fourths potatoes( of a ton of commercial half inch thick, yet the tallest were strong horse can do to plow them out. scum. Old barrels should 'never be, '
not over a foot high and perfectly used but barrels that
The at the bottom get new cypress
largest
fertilizer and last potatoes grow
acre a
per year ago; r
straight, as potato foliage does not the smallest near the but have not been wet even with water;
the top, '
on :
cow were
summer peas grown
as rank and fall-sprawling out then boil the to the right thick.
: of the and cut for grow none of them so near the surface as to syrup
greater part space as it does in the North. The stand become scalded. ness and you will have good syrup fora
and the stubbles plowed under.
hay
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was well nigh perfect we were: told
; longtime.
the best
The Rose
The land was plowed about six inches Early gave re
[that a haff-acre( which had.been counted suits the of Hebron the Clermont is one of the few farming
the first having been Beauty poorest
deep year, very '
showed only forty-one "misses. localities Florida insomuch as it .
cleared of and The White Stat is the most susceptible ,
roots thoroughly. Last winter it was stumps plowedtwo The color was dark and rich, though to frost is frost proof. Beans, squash,.cucumbers y
varying in places,owing to different and tomatoes have been
incjies deeper and well harrowed.Dr. Dr. Henry is so well pleased with ; egg plant
brands of fertilizer.THE continuously shipped all winter and
his growing that he
Henry uses the most improved success in potato
modern implements. FROST. will increase his acreage and will plantsix spring, but another week will about
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April there was a frost which cut bushels of seed to the acre insteadof wind up shipping for this season. The

PLANTING., the latest planting, then only a few four. He will try, to raise two l later crops of tomatoes have paid best.
The potatoes were planted in small This is a high, sandy locality comparatively
with betweenthe
inches high, clear to the ground; but crops a year, cowpeas
installments! from February second to they had set no tubers and were in two, to be turned under for fertil- free from malaria; ; no chills
March fourth. Four varieties were jured very little. But the older plantswere izer.-ED. or fever here. A physician could not
tested, Early Rose, Beauty oi Heb- badly damaged every leaf was .-.-. live here, he would perish. There
ron, White Star and Chili Red. Dr. cut off and so much of; the stalk that Choice Florida Syrup has been one doctor called in here
Henry is very fond of experimenting, sprouted out again near the Editor Farmer and Fruit-G rower: from Mascott in the case oran infant's
they
and he observed very many different These had formed In the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER sickness. 'Great interest is being
ways of cutting the seed, applying the which ground. of received potatoes check of May 28th I notice a letter fromH. manifested in arranging for another

fertilizer, etc.;, the outcome of which ,of them course, a ; ., Ripley, :Tenn.; who asked some crop, both by citizens and ,visitors. '
some never grew any larger,. o
would have t been> interesting to note, increased the additionof very interesting questions on syrup M.; *
others, only by .
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had it not been for the untimely frost : making. He wants to know if sugar Clermont, Fla. ,
around the
small knobs stuck on .
of April 5th, which reduced all the ex cane syrup can be managed like ma. .
original tuber. The damage was -
periments about to a common level. augmented pie syrup. I see no reason why not., How the Tobacco Gets; On.
We will therefore only give his .methods -I by a drouth following the frost; It can be put in small packages and I K lltor farmer and Fruit Grower: : :' ,
in general. '. in some places the stand was reduced think handled to much better advantage Since my last report we have had ..

To intake a trench for the seed he fifty per cent. Dr. Henry Has tried in the market. I conceived the an April frost and a severe drouth, still

plowed! three furrows asdeep as he the plan of covering potatoes with a idea two years ago and wrote to Thur- prevailing, which have rendered prog'
plow to save them from frost, but does & Co. New York in ress slow and discouraging. The
could plow them with one horse, the ber, Whyland very
third'one throwing out the"sand nearlyto not like it. regard to it, and they wrote that it frost cut down about two acre<< to the

the depth of a toot. In this trenchhe DIGGING AND SHIPPING. could be made to pay if the freight ground, which had to be replanted,

scattered along about two seventhsof The first digging was made May 5. rates were not so high; and that it and soon afterward the weather became

the fertilizer he intended to apply Of course, these rows, being the most might do to try it in car-load lots of so hot and dry that it was extremely

.,and mixed it in the soil with a Planet advanced, had suffered most from the small packages if it was a good article. difficult to make plants live. .I have
Jr. cultivator. When this operationwas frost. Of ,the first twenty-eight bar- But it is almost an impossibility to get planted a great part of my land three ..

done the trench was about teninches rels, twenty-four barrels were seconds up, that amount. times over, and still, have a poor and",
deep, and' in this the potatoes and thirds;leaving only fourteen barrels : Having had some experience the uneven stand, which I shall. try once .
were dropped about a foot apart and Of the first six barrels manufacturing of cane syrup in ,Louisiana more to improve as soon as we have a'

covered an inch or two with a hand only one was primes, leaving five barrels Georgia and Florida, I think I good shower.
rake. On this he sprinkled the remainder of,the lower grades. Yet these six know something of the busines. If, it, The dry,weather has also"made the
of the fertilizer (in a few in. barrels netted him $20.22. is managed right from the field to the vermin very bad. There, is the lea!. ,

t stances the whole portion was placed Now, to compare these with later barrel, it will not only retain its flavor, I worm; ,' the bud-worm, the grasshopperand
above the seed) and covered it with diggings, which being less mature, but improve as it gets older, unless he the web-worm, all of( them ready

/abovt two inches of earth. He found suffered less .from the frost. This has a different taste from min ,Hon- :to cut holes: ,.in the leaf i it( left,uadisp ,.
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.' The' miller or moth, of- the going -west. Watermelons go by ,nuroerous with a cannery there they could:shipttheir and that would make it impossible to

.. ,Ieaf-wcrm is' a beautiful 'l little, pale t carloads, principally west, too. tomatoes so long as profitable, r compete with Northern canneries.
green creature with four'' wings .more Our population is nearly entirely 'of and at the first break in prices the \Vellf let us figure on that a little. I
.deli ate' and gauzy than 'anything Southern people; I don't know of but cannery could ,be set to work and the I will take as an instance a large can-

'within the,reach of art. ,She is gener' two or three men on farms who are whole crop utilized, and profitably, nery in the city of Buffalo, N. Y.,
,ally:seen only at'night and for',2. short Northern men; and Southern people too. As the matter stands now .the where I lived a number of years ago.
'time after sunrise, but during the day are_ too easy-going in this easy-to railroads have it all in their own hands: The Erie Canning Company had a
she is, secreted in,some fold of a leaf make-a living country to fall into new there is no other way to dispose of the large establishment on the river front,

> or elsewhere. She lays,only, one egg ways, and try many experiments.They crop than to ship it, and they make built upon land the yearly ground rent
t in,a.pktce,,a hard., green bead about will wait, till the people on the their rates, knowing that the trucker of which would buy several sectionsof
.the size ofa large'pin head. other side have brought the science to is at their mercy. Florida sand. A large force of
The: web-worm does, not'cut holes I perfection, whipped out the transpor- Great Scott, what a spectacle tc men were employed at $1.25 to $2
in the.leaf} outright, but webs itself up tation companies and secured, living contemplate! Florida ,truck, equal l tc per day, women were 75 cents to $i
in a wrinkle of the leaf and eats away rates; ,then perhaps we may join the any grown the world over, shipped tc per day. Tomatoes were contractedfor
the epidermis leaving the leaf skele band and go into the trucking busi Northern cities and sold for enoughto at different points along the Erie

to'8iRd.Th lit le'green grasshopper pay commission! men and freightsand Canal at 25 cents per bushel. They
also' a great 'sinner. But the most ness.There is "a,right smart" sprinklingof ( sometimes not that), and the were brought to the factory on canal
destructive' of all is the bud-worm, turpentine orchards about throughthe shelves of Florida stores loaded with boats which added from 6 to 10 cents

because it carries ,on its nefarious country, and of course a still to the same products, canned in the: per bushel to the cost; yet, their goods
operations right,in the bud, where a everyone of any consequence.' Therewas North and shipped to Florida! Pretty sold out of the stores at a less price
r small hole cut in 'theyoung leaf develops a "mighty sight" of rum stills and picture, is it not? so illustrative of the than they now sell for in Florida Now,
l 'into one.of fearful proportions moonshinery about, but Uncle Sam's progressive spirit of Floridians.The let us, take the expense account in
in the matured:leaf.. All these must men have raided on them and stopped most magnificent crop of cab Florida:
be'searched 'for.with the most careful many of them in their wild career. bage ever grown in Florida has aver- Wages 75' cents to $i for men; women -
scrutiny! if the planter'expects to raise Thanks the old uncle for that much. aged a loss to the growers< : 'anything above'the grade' of fillers. Corn is selling here now at one dollar nanza to transportation companies; worth mentioning; fuel, bare cost, of
la this clear hot,weather the horse a bushel. Not many weeks past and yet in the past winter I have seen cutting and hauling; tomatoes or fruits
in walkingalong the'rows likes to rub there was a grand picnic and celebra- Northern-made sour crout sold in delivered at cannery by growers, the
t up against the plantsin! order to brush tion of emancipation day. One of the Florida stores. Men of Florida, wake one item of local freight rates alone
'" off the flies. Unless the driver takes orators of the day 'was a colored school up; remove this disgrace from our fair being higher. But do we not have
great care the single-tree will break off teacher, and in the course of his remarks State! How can it be done? you will local rates to pay ,on the Northern
a, leaf or:: knock. an ugly hole in it. he administered some sharp re say. It can be done by canning andevaporating productions after they reach Florida?

,Boys will be boys,_ and it is hard,, to bukes to his colored brethren, among our own.products; grow Where is the difference? .
'd find a boy who will be worth his salt which' he said: "You all are very ing our own hay; and,if we can't grow Now, Mr. Editor, this is my solution
in the tobacco field. The White glib to say the white people deal hard- sufficient grain to feed our horses grow of the transportation muddle; if
Orinoco variety grows with its leaves ly with you. Thatis not so; you deal substitutes, cassava, sweet potatoes anyone has a better one it is high
f erect and is not nearly so liable as the hardly with ,yourselves. You sold pinders, sorghum, Kaffir corn, etc. time they should make it known.B. .
other'kinds are to have them laceratedby your corn to the rum stills for forty Boycott the merchant who will per- SUTTON.

the,single, =tree, and I .like it on ,that cents a bushel, and now you think sist in selling Northern-canned goods Candler; Fla. .r
account. white people ought not to charge youso when the Florida product is offered It's So, If They Say So.
Will give you details of 'harvesting high for corn. If you had, kept him. I do not think ,many will be so We mean well-known UJDDEN BATES
soon. E. A. LINDSLEYV what you made the price ,would have blind to their own interests and disloyal SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,of Savannah,Ga.,
,-, North Jacksonville.- made no difference to most of you. to their State; but those who which, since its establishment twenty years ago,
is t The rum stills are the cause of corn would sell Northern productions in has placed over 45,000 'Pianos and Organs in
Letter from West Florida. those home Southern Homes and is still at it. They now ad-
being so tight. That was a sensible preference to produced at
vertise SPECIAL SUMMER ORGAN SALE with
.:B4Mor' Farmer and Frnlt-Grower: darkey. should be compelled to seek,their cus- a of
great inducements in prices and terms payment -
The FARMER AND FRUIT GROWERof There are some other things we tomers in the North Also. I have and if they say so. IT is so. This house
the 28th of May came to hand. to don't do, one of which'is to cultivatepalmettoinfested before me a price list of canning out never advertises what it has not got and when
day and has'" been read through: and land to any con- fits. No. i, capacity 1,500 3 lb. cans they make a special offer it means JUST WHAT rr

through twice, except, the "ads." siderable extent, there being no need or 2,000 2-lb cans per day, cost$125. SAYS. Read their for brief but telling Sheet.advertisement Chances to
and write them a Bargain
;1 They have beenstudied so often,theyare of it. There are many things that No 2, capacity 2,000 3lb. cans or buy Organs-at SPOT CASH prices,by paying only
quite familiar. While on the subject would add largely to our prosperitythat 2,500 2-lb. cans per day, price $150. $10 cash down and balance when cotton comes in t
of ads. I,, want.to say (Mrs. Wil- we might do and don't. If I can For $750 an outfit to can 5,000 cans don't come along every day WRITE THEM.
cox 'land Mrs. or'Miss Irene Hatton get the address of some dealers in cut per day can be purchased. Now, this
:had-given. their postoffice address one lowers I think I will try shipping places the canning business within the
fatght attach more'importance to their magnolia buds another year. A reach of all.
munii SLIPft
lt teRlerits. These reminded me of Northern man told me some months The point was raised against my PAIN
the three-dollar plating machines sold, that the magnolia blossoms in arguments some time ago by a writer '
... igo :. Send for price list to JOHN B. HEACIF,
byGriffith, and ever'so many people Florida are nof fragrant. That was in the FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER, In lau Hirer Nurseries,
wrote of how much money they have ill he knew about it. I wish you that; labor and local freight rates were
Melb Fla.
made testag them;;, but: those writers would just come to Jackson county higher in Florida than in the North, urn,

give BOpost office, so ,that they cannotbe md see Florida. I don't mean the
at' all interviewed. ,Now, my per railroad views, but take a month and
soul observation is 'that when
one see; it all.
Has received the,three'dollar plater he I have said what' we don't ,do, and 1
has not reached C in'the' alphabet of perhaps, if you would like, I may tell leBA
xp ii&e; for, there'is a great'deal more you what we do. C. B.
to foU w. Fifteen dollars will about I
set ore',of' those machines to work. Canneries for Florida.. .I'PILLSs'
'Tbk,k of my own knowledge. I did Editor: Farmer and Fruit-Orowrr. "
Bet set out,to overhaul' these mislead. During a recent visit to McIntosh_ GR ... : oz
.. lag ads., but it just -conies incident.: md Boardman I became more than For Bilious and Nervous Disorders inch as Wind and Pain in the Stomach Sick
Fulness, and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness,
Giddiness
Headache
with the idea that the
ally. ever; impressed Cold Chills Flushings of Heat, Lou of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costive****,
than of Florida in their with the Disturbed Bleep Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous
Are we,more or less fortunate truckers fight Scurvy, Blotches on Skin GIVE BELIEF IN TWENTY
Sensations,Ac TIlE FIRST DOSE WILL
Tom Sawyer's neighbors. i in having no transportation companies, are using MUOJTES.Trembling This Is no fiction. Every sufferer Is,.. Medieine.-"firth Box of theM Plus"
botBE
fiekk of cabbages' to :rot, 'along, ,the he wrong weapons. In'the vicinity and hey HAWS will be:PILLS acknowledged,taken as directed to be a will Wonderful quickly restore' female to complete a guiaea health.a For-*
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roadside.or,any where else? I am not of McIntosh I am informed over 800 LIVER
fouftg< to tell,what ,we do,over.on this acres'are planted to tomatoes. Per- WEAK STOMACH ; IMPAIRED DIGESTION ; DISORDERED ;
'side the' Apalachicola river if I can h laps not' over a fourth of the crop they ACT the muscular LIKE MAGIC System; o restorine fet dote lon wfll-lost work Complexion wonders upon; ringing the Vital back Organs the keened Strengthening **of- .j

Help i it, but.I will mention! some thingswe will bring remunerative prices; the appetite and-arousing with the ROSEBUD admitted OF thonsands.ln UEALTII all the classes whole of physical!*ocitr,aDd energy ODe of of tile the
"facts" by
'don't,do., .Our people ,don't run bulk of it will be'a bonanza to. the beet human guarantMal frame.;These to the are Nervous and Debilitated Is that BZEIAY'D ?U.L$ HATS' : TKL LLMMT- UUW
Oft truck farming, so the transporta; ailroads, b where will the"grower's AST PJLIWI KBDIODtZ IS I2S 02LS.BEECIIAM Frill directions, St. Helens with,each Laneashlre. Box. Bagtead.Sold .
tan companies'will. "not-take_the truck profit come in? And the later portion by Prepared Druggists only generally.by THOS.B.F.ALLEY A CO., 365 and 367 Canal St.,NewY k.
} alb we: tke expense. We don't ship of the crop' will rot on the ground. ,Sole Ajreeta for the United Stages who(Inyuire flrtt),If your druggist i doe not keep>>tiers,

a .. foot butpears,..auk l !they do best tfpw the remedy lies with the growers; WILL MAIL BEECHAH'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE,'25 CENTS A lOX.f .



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ai seriously think of putting a tree"or two that his soil, will accept it all with unquestioning I would not be without it *

.11.0?IISI'ATCM ", into cold storage for one ,year only, appetite, use what it needs *, I have a small grove at Al
'ARMIRfAui,9(
V t 1 namely, cut the roots on opposite'sides, l and lock up the rest for future, con- tamonte Springs, which I ,think is the

RM'URfR *<.O x.acawiwA&L UM bend it to the ground and fasten and tingencies. But the fruit grower on best part of the,, best .State in the

the treacherous sand that has no trunk Union. R. H. POTTER. *
IS, cpver it there until after the frosts are
JUNE r89L
Woburn,:Mass.Everybody.
over next spring? or padlock, that keeps no secrets and
STEPHEN POWERS Ed iJo r. 1 holds fast nothing that is given to it, -
P. O.Address awtcy,,Fla. THE best way to make war on the is DISPATCHED here; it
must do finer work than' that. Wood '
Member of Florida Press Association. insect tribes is by prevention. To keep'' cent oi f is hard:to find an intelligent rower;
ashes varies from 10.80
_____ ,.. per
ground well covered with grass or trash who is not already taking"your'paper.
with National. Editorial potash to 2.93; hull ash, from 42.12to .
Affiliated
: L. A. KINSEY,
will almost entirely
to August 15 or 20
Association up 17.34; even sulphate of potash, Altoona,Fla. .!
prevent the ravages of cutworms.On .' from 51.28tO, 21.36. In phosphoricacid

_ Publications' Received. the contrary,' to plow it repeatedlywill the first two vary from 4.61, to I esteem very highly your valuable
United States.Department of A cu1ture. Th< in the
assist much destroying be without
very would not willingly
and
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Report of Secretary for ,1890 contains: little't2il ,.'51 and from 13.67 to 2.89. It paper .
,year that is of special value to Florida. white grubworms and the, cotton I taking! a leap in the dark to apply it. B. F. WHITNER.Fort .
Special Report on Diseases of the Horse. This crickets. Reed,Fla.Somehow .
is a treatise of 556 pages,prepared by the highest t _*w such fertilizers. There is nothing I --
veterinary authorities of the United States eight "WOULD you believe, it, I received against a man's raking leaves and,dig-
in number,'including a,chapter on shoeing;mak- : I have taken a liking, .to
value. $13 net for two bushels of Peentos ging muck and using both at pleasure; '
ng a work of great permanent the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER.
Destructive Locust: (or'Grasshoppers"; )of the from one, tree?" And he will dig about. but when he pays out money he oughtto STEWART.:.
W. ,
United States;by'Prof. C. V,'Ri1 y. and whetherhe A.
.Observations and Experiments in the Practical and dung it for the next five years know what he wants and Galt, Fla.

rwork of the Division,of Entomology,'made under not make a red cent. A later-bloom. is getting it or not.Government .

he IxwifiaBa,direction Experiment oCtheSntomologist Station Bulletin;83 pages.Hoio, ing 'tree, yielding fruit in spite of frost, .. I am well pleased with the paper.; ,

,ystets-Uc Feeding of,Work Stock a Preventive to be dried or evaporated, or even an Cannot Help. have read every copy. ; .
Disease. WASHINGTON, May 29, 1881. BLACKBURN. .
H. =
of 4 acre of sweet potatoes (as certain as W. .
Horticultural '
Florida
WE shall not count 4,000,000 boxes taxes) of some variety popular in the i I W. S. Hart Society, Secretary: Bowling Green, Fla. -

next year. North would, seem to be more worthy DEAR SIB-I am in receipt your let- (
the attention of men who do ,not ter of May 18th addressed to the Secretary We are very much pleased with,the ... -
How, is the seven-year Peento fora, of Agriculture and concerning the DISPATCH and would really niSs'its
aWE transact business for fun. action,,taken by your Society in regardto i
steady profit? r the urgent need of investigating cer- weekly visits., B. B. ELSE., .
.- IF growers will persist in planting tain diseases of the orange in your State. Orlando, Fla.
would call attention to .the new The request made by your Society that .
the-Peento or other early varieties we
:McMaster the Department send some one to Floridato
advertisement of Messrs. Have much enjoyed your :editorial
would suggest that somebody should investigate the matter under consid- -
& Miller. eration will receive our careful attention. visitation reports.. *, < *
'. the method said to be resorted to
try the fact however, that our
Owing to if
WE should eat plenty Peentos now in India. A trench is dug around the funds for investigating plant diseasesare So, more of the same sort, ::you.

so that we may recognize the taste tree, in the fall to keep it from bios already insufficient to doubt meet if the many shall please, Mr. Editor. ..
I we
them
demands ARMSTRONG. '
upon L. H. .
when we get it.again about 1896. soming so early. Severe pruning in be able to assist you at present. It is our .
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increased St.Nicholas, Fla.For
i intention to ask for an appropriation
SEEMS as if the Peento has an old midsummer might possibly accomplish for this work and if we succeed

do not rememberto the same object. In justification m getting this we hope to send some one a resident of Florida I knowof
taste. Really we
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Florida to make a thorough investigation -
to
of what readers con- useful in-
before some may fruits. no publication more or:
have enjoyed a mess of them of'all diseases affecting citrus
since 1886. sider our unwarranted abuse of the During the past two years the demands structive. JOHN LANE.

'Peento, we beg to reply that it needs from your State for work of this kind New York.Manual .
t have been urgent. and we regret that we }
THE,treacherous Peento has proba- abuse (physically). It is entirely too have not b eiible--to help you. The
Florida of value in one of our agents, who was,in Labor at the Agricultural
bly .robbed more wide-awake, too forward and pushing past year
Florida, was instructed to collect dataon College .
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labor and fertilizer twice over than >
diseases. This agent has! not
caller office orange President F. L. Kern has had the
A WELCOME at our was but it is believed
it has ever paid back. yet made,his report, '
__ ,. i. Mr. Thos. H. Hastings, the proprietor that the information he gathered will cadets-at work the past year, sodding .

THANKS to :Mr., W. T. Tresback, of of the remarkable gardens and help us when We come to make our final the parade grounds with Bermuda,
investigations. shrubbery. trellises l-
setting plants
Jacksonville, for a limb containing forcing houses near St. Augustine,. Thanking you for your kind interestin grass,,parterres, etc. ,The'Times.Union

if teen Peento peaches, within a few which are irrigated with artesian water this, matter I EDWIN remain WILLITS respectfullyyours correspondent adds: a

inches, all of great size and beauty. ,and'warmed entirely with the same. Assistant Secretary. The exhibit of the manual! training department -
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MR. S. L: BISHOP, of Waycross, I Some Good Words.I las been given it. It was very large and
forwarded a sample, of an unnamed it this (his first) year, as, evidence of I ';\ pleased to note the superiortone showed much careful.and painstaking
which he presented 'us a basket of i work on the part of the cadets. A full
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Texas seedling plum,' which reachedus l of your and a few other papers.It I course of exercises in bench work and
large and choice tomatoes of three va- and credit to the attention of all TW-
attracted
in poor.co.ndition. It is a medium is a great _pleasure turning
rieties. The new variety, the Four V. MUNSON. itors. Some of the larger pieces or"pro-
sized plum;yellowish green, and seems write for such. T. jects" of the pupils are worthy of special '
frequently
to be"a very fine fruit. Hundred, attains great weight, Denison Texas. mention. Two beautiful rowboats (the

< a' pound or over, and the one by Cadets Young and Humphreysand

THE right way to pluck. the, ,' closely interior is admirabty crisp and solid; Please continue*my paper; I don't the seats other, were by the regarded class) with with,longing upholstered -' -

adhering ,Peento is to shove, it down' but we, believe that for general pur- want to miss a number. looks by many of the young lady visi

the branch. This,splits_off a fragment. poses' and especially as a' shipper the CHAS. B. HILL. tors.chapel A and pulpit a writing for use table in made the by school Mr.

of bark with the stem and does not Livingston Beauty would excel it, Cleveland,Fla. Herman Meislahn.of Apopka, were

which is, almost medium size fine pieces of wort. Two inlaid stands,
the of
mangle peach, being a perfectly
and the otherwith'the
one with chess=:board top
satisfaction in reading
certain to'be done otherwise.. smooth and regular in,shape. As fast I take great, word "Mother" in letters of
,. .- ,. How who is interested surrounded with white'
any one black walnut
as his vegetables_come oIT{ lie is sowing your paper.
THE Peemo might be called a hyberoatmg reader cedar and other woods of Florida, made
Florida a.pleas.tire
in
a ,
rice, and his neighbor, Mr. U. J. : as by Cadet C. D. Miller, of Walthourville, .
> ''var ty. Next fall we might White has between and 200 acres visitor or a future citizen can get Ga., were noticed by all;, a revolving '

,as well take the.,trees down and lay 150 along without the paper I fail to see. book case, made by Cadet A. M. Loweof -
sown. Anon,, Fla., 'was another ex e4fwt
them carefully,away in cold storage or I t C. H. BUNCE. piece of work. A reading stand made'

soAewbere) until about three years after THE tiller of a broad farm of fertile New Haven,Conn. by Cadet A. K.Johnson, of Oaeeok, wffl

the World's: Fair, or say,,the: time land( can apply stable manure, ashes, be school reminder life,at the to him gri for mans .' f

when the seventeen>year locust is due compost and other gross.matters of uncertain Inclosed you will find$2 for a years There were many other '

IBIk JKi.of tbt" however, ..weu i composition! with the assurance subscription. ..to your valuable papc.ke of work-, "*" made... by separate"- 'g. ".,lira

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were worthy: *. of,.notice if .space. would gallons, ,as stated. Twenty-two thousand Watermelons-Are being asked for, and if here QUESTIONS AND REPLIES.:
permit. would and choice,would command'fancy prices.KEDFIELD ... -
Over:the centerofthe exhibit in.Chapel gallons not weigh 220,000 & SON. All reasonable questions coming from a subscriber .

Hall, war{ hung a sign reading from pounds, as water only weighs a. fraction As to peaches, they are arriving in every form, ,win be answered as promptly as possible, and

three different directions .showing from more than 8# pounds the.gal- basket, boxes, crates, trays and everything else Replies can not be given by mall

the frog "Florida Agricultural and S lon, instead of ten. The l last state- except bottles. Some form, of package should

Me.Colle": and from side, ment is a fitting climax to the. seriesof be adopted by the Atlantic Coast shippers on 122. INDIGO-ORANGE GROWING.

"Work: of. ManttalTraining.Department." mistakes. 'One:hundredth of peaches, because it certainly is hard for buyers ((1)) Can you inform me- where I can get
'1' :With' all this work was also the exhibit an and sellers to determine what the relative value any information as to the cultivation and .'
of tbeoiaas in, l hun- inch .alone is equal to one'ten of waterto of different packages is, and sometimes the shipper manufacture of the indigo plant? ((2))
dred square feet of medical and ar- the nch." suffers materially from this. My farm is situated nine miles north of

chttectual ,drawing: showed wonderful_ Whew! just think of it! A heavy Kale's Early peaches from South Carolina in Jacksonville. Would it pay to plant
progress+ ''In the class, during the pastTear. rainfall of five inches would be five crates holding about 150 peaches were !sold!! by oranges! here, say a hardy variety such as
the Tangerine or Satsuma ? Which is the
Brown & McMahon at 250. In quoting Florida
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The work of the manual ,training department hundred tons per inch, a pressure Peento peaches we will have to say selling $3 hardier variety of the two?_ INDIGO.

6 during the past '''year was which would either convulse, our to$5 per bushel or on that proportion, as the ((1)) We will give you a chapter on indigo .
conceded .by ,alto be much planet with seismic throes the soon.
; very or by packages vary so very much in size and shape.
nperior ,. to .anything ever before friction of its added weight would Indian River pineapples are the finest now arriving (((2)) It is impossible to tell without a

!town by. the school, and> the pupils light the fires of its final dissolution.Such and the term Indian River applies equallyas knowledge of your Mil, exposure, water,
in the class have to be etc. The chances rather
reason proud wen to the quality of this stock as it does to are against j'ou
of the exhibit;they have made,' and this reckless statements cause the the arriving from that wonderful sec- at that latitude. Your best varieties, of
oranges
also I retlects'most creditably upon theability average reader to lose faith in. the pressas lion. course, would be the hardier ones, Tan-
"Professor H. C. Satsuma eta We consider the
Powers'principal a public educator. Porto Rico pines grown in this section sell gerine, ,
of this department Tangerine the hardier of the two.
', J. H: GIRARDEAU. readily at $40 per hundred- and from. that price
Monticello Fla.,June it, 1891. down to$7 per hundred. 123. COQUINA SHELL. Would you
A Good Work,, advise me where I can buy coquina
During our absence this
';Rev.* T. W. Moore, the well known item preposterous BALTIMORE MARKET. shells to put on roads and walks? I have
crept into the paper.as a part tried in St. Augustine and Jacksonville

writer on citrus fruits and geology, of the mechanical "makeup.Ve .-The market BALTIMORE is in good,June shape.n.PINEAPPLES. without success, and think that you

'wiH did not it until it in might be able to give me some informa-
,soon start out to make a.. tour of see appeared our Receipts have been about 400,000 and are, caUedfairdemand
'the columns.-ED.Markets is good. Cargoes to hand tion regarding the 'subject. I want to
;phosphate regions on a truly philanthropic coming are
have several car loads of them. JULIUS
promptly cleaned up on arrival. Prices are a little
mission. lecture LANG New York. -
He will : ,
firmer than week The inside
for Florida Produce. a ago. price.is
Messrs. McGuire & McDonald of St.
to the people. ,showing them the true advanced $l. Prices of. Bahamas range from $7 Augustine, or J. S. Smith, of Jackson-,
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value ,of phosphate deposits giving NEW YORK MARKET.NEW per 100. ville, ought to be able to supply your
New potatoes, prime, $5 to 6i; do, seconds, $3 to wants.
them simple tests which they.may ,apply YORK,June 16. Tomatoesripe, $i to 1.50;do, green, $i to 2 25.
Watermelons 27 to 350;pineapples, Indian river, Asparagus, Norfolk prime, we, Florida egg 124. FLORIDA. F. 31. Y., Worthington .
themselves to ascertain the approximate roc to isc; tomatoes, carrier crates, $I.SO to Ja; to- plants, $5 to 6 per bbl. or bbl.crates. South Car- O. Ten or a dozen acres is all you

{ percentage of phosphate in' matoes, crates, $r to$1.75OLIVIT BROS. olina cauliflower,$4 to 5 per crate. Florida cucumbers need for trucking ruit-growing. Good
land for such uncleared and
,their NEW YORK, June 12. ,7sc to$i per box; Charleston, do, $r to purposes,
"finds,, ,and thus try to prevent Peaches, N. Co, per carrier crate,/$I to'j; do, 1.25Radishes ic to ic per bunch. Strawberries say a mile from the depot, can be boughtin

r them from ,becoming the, victims of Fla., Peento,SOC to$I; plums, Ga., 24 qt. cases, $3 fancy, 8c to uc; fair to good 5C to 7C. Rhu- most places for to $25 an acre. "
'-"sharps" who to 4; strawberries, up river, Sharpness, 12 to, i8c.; barb, per 100 bunches, $3. Green apples $2 to Nearer the depot and more or l less clear-
frequently buy up the ed $40 to $75 an
Downing| to strawberries acre.
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14C Florida
; upper Jersey 3.50 per bbL peaches, $i to 2 per crate;
lands of the simple minded'' farmers! 6 to I2C;do, lower Jersey, 4 to.Be; do, Del. South Carolinas do., sac to$r 50. 125. TREES FOR CEYLON. A. M. F.,

for a'tenth part of their actual worth. and Md., fair to prime, 8 to ioc., do, fair to poor, Columbia, Ceylon. Your request has
3 to 7C. i been attended to. Seeds and'trees will
1 .The:,good doctor will continue ;in this POTATOES, VKOETALBES, etc.-There is a firm I I THE BOSTON MARKET. be forwarded to you by express about

i h labor of love which undertakes feeling for new potatoes and stock in light sup. I BOSTON,June II. June 20. .
en ply. Good stock cucumbers are in full supply, The A. M. Bennett, Rand & Co. received a lot ?
126. RIVER FRONT RAILROAD. R.
tkely,at his'/own expense, until about and prices low. Cabbage in fair request with strawberries from Jersey in a refrigerator car. G. A., Green Cove Springs. The St.

the close of: .the year when he will go slight advance. Beets and asparagus steady, These berries arrived in rst-class order and Johns & Santa Fe Railroad company are
Green and beans sold from 2 to 50 more per quart than they
peas are dull; tomatoes slow,
doing nothing at The City
North to :undertake a mission suppleraeotry unless choice and supply of good stock small. could: if they had come in ordinary cars. I believe Council extended their present.concession on the

4 to, this, that is, to make the Other vegetables little change. To these quotations the adoption of a refrigerator car for the river front three years, which is probably
berry would be a great benefit to all parties con-
should be added an additional
ay unfortunate, as that will enable them to
Northern people, and especially capitalists cerned. It would help the commissionman
perbbl. for export Potatoes, Southern, new, grower "take'their time" to the fullest extent.
acquainted with the desirabilityof prime, per barrel ...SO, to 5.50; do, seconds, f j ,and the entire berry-eating public. .... .
to 4; Hebron;$3.25 to 3.75; potatoes, Bermuda, Peaches, Florida, are in good supply and sell- V p.
these deposits as popular invest prime, per bbl. $5 to 6;do, seconds, $3 to 4. On- ing well at 7SC to $r per small crate, and $1.50 to Glass Legislation-The Stook Law.. .

ments. ions, Burmuda, per crate, $1.SOtO 1.75; Egyptian, 2 per large crate. Editor Fanner and Fruit-Grower:
per too lb. bag, $1.75 to 2.25Cabbage, Norfolk, The Hart's Late or Tardiff variety has been

"An Inoh of Rain." per bbl. crate, $i to 1.25. Cucumbers, Charleston, taken up extensively the past few years by grow- We beg leave, most earnestly, to

IMHer FarmtraadFrult-Orowen perdoz.Ji.25toi.75do; Florida, per crate, joe ers who see the necessity of extending the seasonas differ with Mr. P. Houstoun and his

The following item was published to Si; Green peas, Norfolk, per crate, 250 to 40. much as possible, and the fact that these or- stock law in Leon county, when he
String beans. Savannah and Charleston, wax, anges have partly supplied the demand during in that it .
in your issue of puts your "gives general
June 4th paper
: :. per crate, soc to 51.50; North Corolina, wax, 1.layandJune this,year warrants careful consid- "
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I Pew peepte can form a definite Idea of what isfawotred per crate, $i to 2.50. Tomatoes, Florida, per eration being given to the claim put forward by satisfaction. Far from it, very
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in the expression, "an Inch of rain." It crate, li to 2.50; do.per carrier crate, $1.25 to 2.75. the Meridian's,.that in a few years Hart's Late far from it! It was made a law for the "

tray aid such to follow this curious' calculation: : Asparagus, per doz., 11.25 to 2.50 will enable them to supply the North during May few to the detriment of the many.

n .An acre k eflual to6:272640: ; square 'inches; an and June and probably a part of July, while in "Impracticable or rather impossibleto
fattfa deep of water on this area win be as many August the new crop of Oblon: fruit will come .
fence farms here he. Js it
'eebk Incheaof, water,,which,at 2.27 to the gallon PHILADELPHIA MARKET.. into market, thus enabling Florida to supply the says
.fa**,ooo galfoas. This immense quantity waterwin PHILADELPHIA demand for oranges every month in the year. impracticable or impossible to cut

weigh 240,000 pounds or too tons.: ,One-hun. Tomatoes-In liberal supply, many, June of which 13. George R. Fairbanks, Esq., President of the posts or buy barbed wire? Of course
dredth of an Inch alone'is Florida Fruit Exchange, passed through this city
((0.01)) equal to one ton arc of very poor ,quality, and are being sold at not!
of water to the inch. So the yesterday on his way to Europe, and fully confirmed -
says Grocer and low and irregular prices. Choice stock is in active This so.called; law has created more ,
Trade Index, the above matter,which before
was placed
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demand and will go higher, but poor: and bad blood in this section than one
any
The "curious" him, although he would not say that he expected
only thing about the small tomatoes will not pay to ship any longer
thing ever presented. It has caused
4.0oooaoboxes, contenting himself with the re-
above.ic that this season. Selling choice solid
the editors and proofreaders per box $
mark that the next crop would show heavy increase chaps to farm with a shotgun and keep
of could 1.50, as to size; ordinary to 75 cents;6 basket
two publications have
carriers over the one just marketed. lIe made the an indiscriminate shooting of
$1.252.CucumbersThe( up poormens'
.. overlooked' ',the' comical series of. blunders arrivals very heavy from surprising statement, however, that for every milk cows and hogs. It is spe-

embraced in the very simple calculation l- Charleston now and prices ranging low and unless ten tree now producing trees coming oranges in forward Florida which there were cial legislation of the worst! class, andno
have
younger
: undertaken Florida is very choice will not bring freight.
State will thrive that makes of
use
not yet yielded any fruit but wilt all produce
Of EU Plants-In light and wanted
course mathematical l supply at fuU
accuracyit within a few years.-Fruit Trade Journtil. special or class legislation. If a law
prices; strictly choice selling at $910 bbl. ,
dot per
in such but the -.
necessary a case, I is << for all Florida
F.. ; crate, with fair to good at $6@8 per bbl clate.I not good enough it
1 figures should bear some :approximation. I Oranges-In light supply, and when choice The Orlando Vineyard Company is i i,: not good enough for a part of Leon

., to the facts to be of any. value sell fairly well at from $2.5003.50 per box as to the name of a new organization in that county.

.,, whatever. quality. city. Eighty acres of land have been Some parties in this county 'Jet on"as

The 'first' statement, that an 'acre Grape F'ruit-IIu nearly stopped selling for purchased near the Niagara Villa and if they wanted the law repealed s
this season, and can now only be worked off ,
contaim '!i, 72,640., square ,i inches is slowly and at lower figures, ranging from $2.50' the work' of clearing it of timber and but when they ask the Legislature'to ;

c S true, but unique ,in .being,theone. 3.50,per box. preparing it for planting to grapes was so, amend the law that when a vote is

,free' from .error. The second, that Peento Peaches-Are now of better qualityand begun on Monday last. Mr. Haynesis taken none but property holders must 'y

-uf:Inches make: a',gallon, i5inco "as the trade Is fully established, will pay wen to to be general manager. His associates vote, right there the cat comes out of "
and ect'l. ship in 6 basket carrier.which sells readily,when
should have
been If o Northern This .
2.31. are .capitalists.) the bag and the whole game: i is showedup. I II
,ever" k,had been,the result, ,of 'the"'di'J !\;choice price., at''Bkhrell's 3.5095 per Early case, when;fancy of will,good exceed size will this enterprise will add eighty acres to our W. H. LAUKRNCg.Leon :. J' .
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.t. -. ,not have ,been ,22,000: ':sell. at' about. .- oc.9i. higher. than. the- Peento.. ., already prominent t grape industry County Fla. ;,. "

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Our 0 Ths quite a walk, 'and I don't ,have time. he found'the two,sitting under a greatold cause, they had to run-not walk, but
young ,F ; ; Besides, I have all the money I want tree with Tommy's battered sun- positively.goon a dead run to that

.- now, and don't care to- take the umbrella'over.them, trying to escape room, shut he_ door tight and then
Such Fun. trouble." from the great drops of .another April cry all they! wanted to.. "There' was

.- Dirk; 'though grave,-was much the "OK, my 1" said Tommy, "mother shower., It was what Tommy called "no restriction placed on' the amount,
roost comfortable of the ,three. The hasn't; she wants money bad; she saidso "pitch dark"when they finally reached of tears they might shed while in that
truth is. Dirk knew he was in the line this morning:" home, covered with mud, and Tomy room, but they were never to come
e.f duty, which, was more than can be "Just. so; then I should, thinkyou without shoes or hat; for a gust of out until the shower was all over, and
said of Tommy., In fact, Tommywas and, Susie would go and find,the pot April wind carried his hat away down the tears dried. -
perfectly well aware that he,had of gold for her; she ,would like that stream' while he was carrying Susie Now so perverse is human nature,
taken a very zigzag road as regards first rate." across it on a log. and so attractive are forbidden evils;
duty that; April afternoon I'll, tell "Maybe it would be too far' -for ,What happened to Tommy for his that no sooner had they, permission '
you how it was. Susie?" suggested Tommy,with.a wistful folly and disobedience I will leave to shed tears to their hearts' content,
Tommy was in room No. 4' of the f air. you to guess; but I will tell you what than crying lost its charms. One
primary school, and had.taken his little "Oh, no!" said Willis reassuringly ; happened to Willis Ferry. The Ferrys would enter the room in a flood of I
sister with him that afternoon as a "she is a sturdy little thing, and lived just around the corner from the grief, only to reappear JLU ''iD&tantlater
treat .All the scholars considered it wouldn't mind a walk like that. I'd widow Stautz, and had known about with his rosy little face'' quite re-. ;
a treat to have that queer, cunning little 'go this very :day if I were you ; thatis her trouble and tried to help her; so stored to tranquility. It was but a'
Susie visit the school; in fact, every an unusually bright rainbow.. I of course they inquired closely into short while when there'was a noticeable -
body thought so except the. teacher think 'the pot of gold must be very the matter when the children reached difference ,in the, frequency of
who always, gave a weary sigh and. large this time; don't yoiT think so,. home. Tommy told the whole story their crying "spells and ere long
asked for special grace when she saw boys?" from the beginning.'Now they were but a disagreeable memory.'
the little roly-poly making her way You may think it strange that halfa sir,"* said Mr. Ferry to his Country Gentleman -

t across,the ,lawn. Not that Susie in- dozen intelligent boys, some of them son.. Willis, "you.. have. had your. .fun, ORANGE d. a PJi1E J.
tended to,be naughty; no earnest little almost,old enough to be called young it seems, according to your own ideas ;
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woman of her size ever went to school men,. should. have... seen anything you can take this lantern and finishup Large checks are always. fashionable. ,.
somewhere between
the Out
with a more fixed determination to be amusing in sucn silly falsehoods as job. for lawyer's suits .
perfect tj the trouble was, Susie could these, but boys are queer, some of .the Wheeler place and the old mill Mrs. Cumso-Well Harris wife Is
never be made to understand why she them; these all seemed to be ready to Tommy Stautz left a good pair of ,
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certainly a thing
should whisper what she had "to'say,- suffocate with laughter, and, to a boy, shoes sticking in the mud$ you may forever
she be
wont a jaw
instead; of speaking out in a good, gave their opinion that the pot of gold. go in search of them, clean them and hope *
clear she did be take them home. If a man serves him faithfully sbc,
tone; moreover, not see would undoubtedly large.
why she could, not ask all the questions The end of it was that Tommy "Why, father'l" said Willis aghast, days in ,the week the devil doesn'tcare
she wanted to, when there were grasped his sister's hand and,trudged "you can't mean to night? It is two whether he goes to church on'

so many new: things about which .to away, determined to find it for his miles out to the Wheeler place, and it Synday\ or not.
talk. % other_ before he slept. is as dark as ink,. and raining besides." Smiley-Now, remember, 1 don't
On the whole, I do' not think it surprising "Did you ever hear the like?" "I know it is; and it is the road want a very large picture. Photographer .
that Miss Waters generally shouted the boys, bending themselves: that little fellow and his baby sister, -All right, sir. Then please
found some good reason for giving double in their glee. took this afternoon under your direc- close your mouth. .

Tommy a reward on the days when "Just as I, told you," said Willie ; tion. He needs his shoes and you A man always feels a great deal a
he brought his little sister to school. 'that chap' will trudge miles, I dare are the boy who is' going to find sicker when the doctor has called his

and allowing him to go home nearlyan say, in search of the treasure, his eyes them.' disease by a high-sounding ,and unfamiliar -
hour earlier than his"usual time. growing bigger minute he -is "But, father, I can't go to-night ; Latin name. ''t.

On this particular April day she had the most credulous every little dunce; Lever, I its the l Business meeting" of our society,. Employer-''Well, Patrick,f which,
done'so, and it was this, among other came across." I and Pm secretary is the bigger fool, you or I ?" Pat.
which made determine "I am sorry for that, said his father
things Tommy '
: rick-"Faith I couldn't but 1
"Perhaps he will really too far say, sor,
go "but before busi--
'1 firmly pleasure
to take'a walk before going home. | it's meself."
with that sister of his 'and not
baby
b "Mother said come right straight get ness has evidently been your motto
lost or to grief in some "I do like crying children the a; ,,
home from school, she did come way, to-day; and you say it was 'such fun'to 1"t
butjthen
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ventured Robert Hall, one of the cheat that little fellow oughtto bachelor said. "And-why, friend, ;
not know I was going to get out so"early you
youngest of the'- of boys. asked "should like them r'
group be you
to own
; that, would make a difference, willing complete your "
of course." This he explained care- "Poh! said Willis, "no, he won't' ; job. Whether you are or not .it will "They're sent out when they cry.
fully to Susie, who trotted beside him, she is used to long walks;- when' tHe be necessary to do, so. Remember, "He pressed her to his breast and
L perfectly indifferent whether she had rainbow fades away he"will give it up, you are under orders to find those sighed read the elocutionist and the
started for home or for the world's of course, and come back a sadder and shoes, clean them and carry them boy in the gallery brought downjthe
end, so long as she was with "Bruv- wiser boy. It is'a good April fool joke.It home, before you attend a business house by yelling: "Which side?"
ver Tommy." As for that, young is such fun to see his eyes grow big meeting or any other meeting." In Evidence -Judge-Prisoner,
man, great temptation,had presented: while you are telling him a yarn." As Willis Ferry trudged along have you any vIsible' means of sup..
itself to him as he crossed the school. Then they dismissed Tommy and through the mud and rain that disa- port? Prisoner Yes sor, Your Honor
room yard, where certain of the big Susie from their minds altogether and greeable night, in search of the lost (to his wife)-Bridget, stand up, so
boys were gathered: chatting., went back to the plans they were arranging shoes, it is to be hoped he planned a .that the court can see y&.
"Boys, do, youlcnow" what. a com for the evening. It would be more sensible and honorable way of I Devotion to Art-A cat has nine
ical little' dude that Tommy Stautz is?" a long story if I should tell you of poor having fun ; but I don't know whetherhe lives, and spends them all ifi, vocal.I,
Willis Ferry asked, just as the chil. Tommy's vigorous efforts to find that did or not. Some boys are queer. culture.

dren came insight. "He will believe pot. of gold. He trudged bravely on, MYRA SPOFFORD, in the April Pansy. "In the scheme of creation," "wo
anything"you.tell\ him, no matter how although he came no nearer the end man was an afterthou ht." "Yeth.
absurd. I've,tried him with, the most than when he started, and yet could The Cry Room. remarked the lisping imbecile, "and
ridiculous things, that.a child l or'three not understand how that was possible; That other members of our family she's been thought after, thinth.
ought to,know were nonsense; he will i he (got caught in a shower and in a should be made martyrs such need.
open his round eyes, and swallow I marshy piece of ground, where,he had less lamentations' and such unholytears
them down every time.. I'm goingto to carry Susie across, filled his stout I knew to be a great injustice, '
give him a dose of fun this ,after little boots with mud so that he had and after seriously' considering the
noon; that rainbow gives'me an idea." to abandon them altogether and make matter, I adopted the following' method I T'utt'sPills
There it was, ,glowing: in the April the rest of the journey barefoot; and for; breaking up this modern; del.
sky in all its beauty, while the rain- after all to fail was bitter. What they uge. The plan is here offered for the
drops on the gras were 'reflecting its would have done at last, as the April benefit of other similarly .afflicted rtlmnlateft.aathedlge.tlrourgaw the torpid liver,reflates, .t...*)tile**.. ,
glory as well as'they could. It seemed twilight began to'fade, I do not know, mothers. Selecting a small remote _e1..and are unequaled as asANTIDILIOUS ;
l beautiful enough to have given Willisa if the mother at home had not grown room, I tacked on the door of it, a MEDICINE
better idea than he had. "Hello, alarmed about their long absence and ,card, bearing in large,. printed letters, ,
the faithful Dirk in search of them. these omnious words: CRY ROOM., ra nalarf district*their vlrt.a.'
little chap,! he called arresting <,sent Wf dely reroim Bed,a*they pose.euilarprop.rtleastreelnEthe .* *
Tommy's attention, "doyou: see, that' For the truth was that Tommy, in This was done simply to lend impressiveness -, from that pe/t ... JBecuBtljr.ys4e sue*.;'
rainbow? Well, did you know that some of his turnings, had lost the road to the plan. 'Then I o..ted. .....,M**!!. *riee,ate" *.**'
if you west'to""the end'of J it you would and did ,not in the least know the way gave the little cry fellows to understand $0lg'ZTrywh.O ...
\ fed a pet of( gold,I Yes,:sir, that's so, home. Dirk did, however and never that the very instant they commenced T i
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; t thing often assists wonderfully -- GREEN TOMATO CHO'V.CHow.-One'
.. ; OuzrRua171ome. Another: NEW KODAKS.
in overcoming the sluggishnessof I peck of green tomatoes, six white
:. .. ....- --*-- the stomach and liver in this climate onions, three red peppers, sliced and '
;:: "d 1. Good Health in Florida. 'and ,that is the massage treatmentor salted over night. Drain them_ well
:,:f g' While the climate Florida is of kneading with the_ palm of the the and put in your kettle together with
-'iA: :, w edroable 'benefit to ,many people hand. This should be continued, "Youpress one cupful of grated horseradish.
.;.:.... with pulmonary troubles, it cannot be gently but steadily, fcr twenty min- button, One cupful of brown sugar:, one table-:
.' denied that it tends ,to increase the utes or half an hour morning and spoonful each of mustard, cloves, allspice -
:;. bilious tendency others to a greater evening. If faithfully followed up we do the rest. and cinnamon, if you like.
:'; or less extent The 'dictum of the and the disease is not too deep-seated, Cover with good vinegar and boil
celebrated Dio Lewis, that -""bilious.r the soreness will be removed from the SenD Hew Styles cad Sizes two minutes, stirring occasionally.
; ;"": ness is pjggishness" is very often true, stomach and liver life and action will ALL LOADVD WITH Transparent Films. Here is another way: One quart of
J but .not always, for-,there,is something infused into those organs, the appetite For sale by all Photo.Stock Dealers. small onions, a quarter peck of beans,
," in the Florida: atmosphere: that aug will be improved, digestion invigorated THE EASTMAN COMPANY, boiled in salt water, one head of,cabbage }
._ menu this.balit.o. ( body where it already the intense ,bitterness willno Send for Catalogue. ROCHESTER N.Y. cut up fifty pickles, three stalksof
,- exists, and creates it in persons longer pervade the mouth in the celery,' one root of horseradish,
-' who 'were free from it in other lati-- morning, the headache 'will fail to lowed by cheese until the dish is three heads of cauliflower, boiled in
tudes. make Its"appearance, and the dyspeptic nearly full, showing a top layer of salt water. Mix all together and 'salt
u Biliousness is a result or at least a will, be surprised to find how cheese. Over the whole pour a half for two hours. Three quarters of a
r :, concomitant of weakness in the:"stomach.'Whereverthisallimportant completely he is made into a new pint of milk and two eggs well beaten. pound of yellow mustard, one ounce
r';: organ, Bake in a hot oven until quite brownon each of whole cloves mace and cin- ,
-- : in ,common with the-rest' of the body, man.Heart failure is often caused solely top. namon. Scald the spices in the VInegar -
is well nourished, active and powerful, by prolonged dyspepsia. The stom- MACARONI NEST.-Line a puddingdish and strain. Mix the mustard witha
itd, v.f01Vard. its own operations ach, fed for years on grease and sugar as for macaroni pie; fill the dish little cold vinegar. Stir all togetherwell
and:those;'of the remaining alimentary and hot cakes and white ''bread, with any nice cooked mince meat-, and put in air tight jars or bottles.,
.' .. .system ',with vigor, and, there is health becomes torpid and half dead, and the fresh pork excepted-well seasoned And here is,a third way: A quarter
,.'\ .' .in the body. But when the stomach heart suffers in sympathy with it. But with pepper, thyme and parsley. Over peck of white onions, one-quarter:
is deprCS&edfroII1 any cause, the'bile let the sufferer resolutely change his all pour some cold gravy, or melted peck of string'beans, one dozen green
regurgitates into it, there is nausea, diet to one that is nourishing but butter; bake fifteen minutes and peppers, three heads of cauliflower,
lassitude, headache or vomiting, and, plain, and' follow up for months the serve. j one head of cabbage, fifty cucumbers.
If continued ,long enough, there is massage treatment, rousing ''up the MACARONI CROQUETTES.Boil halfa i After cutting the vegetables season
fever,and yellowing of the skin and languid stomach to life and, motion, dozen sticks of macaroni, chop very them with celery seed and mustard
-_- of the eyeballs,through'the diffusion!' of and ten chances to one the Heart fine. Mix with them one large cup seed; add one half pound of table
bife' Into the,blood. trouble will nearly or quite disappear.ED. minced boiled ham, salt-spoon each of mustard and a spoonful of turmeric. -
With persons of active habits the ,- ground ,thyme, parsley and black pep- Cover the whole with good vinegar
"\' is the result of and boil slowly for two hours then
4'.blue'Monday", usually per; half a small onion chopped fine,'
.the loading of the, stomach with, a.greater Macaroni: and ,Its ,Uses. Salt to taste.. Make into croquettes add two tablespoonfuls of olive oil
<\" ,, amount of food than the sys- BY,A: SOUTHERN HOUSEWIFE; dust with corn meal, and fry ,a rich and bottle.MRS. D. J. OWEN, AI-
',"=-, tem requires on Sunday, a day of cessation As a basis for many appetizing dish.. brown in hot lard. bany, Ga. .
from labor. The dizziness, the es .macaroni_ i has few, if any, equals., CHEESE CROQUETTES-Prepare
*'particles floating before the eye," the Its starchy qualities, approaching so, macaroni as aboveomitting seasoning, Bun Flowers.I .
feeling as if there was lead, in the closely the nature of bread, combinein and substituting grated cheese for have a' large,quantity of sun, flow.
'stomach-all these are "the biliousness a variety of ways with cheese and meat Roll in cracker dust, and fry in ers growing and,now going to seed ,in
,; '. which is piggishness." But bile meats of,almost every kind. Amongthe boiling butter. my lot I will be pleased to give themto
! 'iottsness in Florida does ,not'necessarily Italians it is the main staple of FISH CRoQuETTES.-Mince together the citizens of Daytona, it they will
involve this reproach. food. 'We Southerners; like' our equal parts'boiled macaroni and any come,and get them, free of cost. Will
Its symptoms generally so mild merry brothers of that sunny* clime, nice cold fish; season with pepper and say of them, first, that they are pretty;
as not to require the services of a physician have also a decided penchant for this ground celery, and fry a delicate second,they ward off fevers and malaria
,,being a slow intermittent fever, 'article'of diet. Below I give several brown in boiling fat extracted from around the premises, so say physicians;
: or'a 'severe headache once a week or methods of preparation, according to best breakfast bacon. third, the seed is a good article'of food
., :... t-en'dars, or a, morning nausea accom. our'own and the Italian styles. MACARONI WITH CODFIsH.Arrange for fowls. I will also be pleased to
parried;with bitterness in the mouth. MACARONI WITH EGG SAUCE.- on a neat platter a layer of boil- give cuttings of English Ivy to any one
However the medical fraternity Break half a pound of macaroni into ed macaroni. Have ready a poundof desiring them. J. M., GARLAND, In
might-express: it;. the writer, as' a prac. two-inch :pieces; throw into a sauce- codfish which has'been boiled after Halifax Journal. '
t tk al ,observer, would .say that, the pan of boiling water, well salted; boil soaking all night. Divide the fish
stomach and liver' of 'a bilious 'temperament twenty minutes. Drain and arrangeon into smooth, thin flakes. Arrangethis .
.. -' are inclined to become tor. dish for_table. Have ready a sauce on macaroni with slices of hard
COSTIVENESS -*
', pd and sluggish in the Florida atmosphere made as follows: One tablespoonfulbutter boiled egg. Make a sauce of half- -

: and they need special attention, melted, one egg well beaten, pint rich milk; bring to a boil, pour If not relieved by jqdiclous and timely
special stimulating. The food ,eaten one teaspoonful cornstarch mixed in over fish and serve very hot. treatment, is liable to result in chronic
should\ not be of that, description- half pint milk, pinch of black peppef., MACARONI a la TOMATE.-Into a constipation. As an aperient that maybe
--' carbotiydrates-T-which tends to ,pro Bring to a boil, pour over macaroni r saucepan drop a tablespoonful of faction used, with perfect Pills safety and eati-
I -,duce' sluggishness;; but they should place in oven for three minutes and butter, half a small onion choppedfine Unlike Ayers most cathartics are, unsurpassed.these pillr,
'rather belong to the albuminoid serve. I pinch of ground thyme, salt- .while they relax and 'cleanse, exert a
v classes, which develop blood and bone WITH CHEESE.-Prepare macaronias spoon of black pepper, teaspoonfulsalt tonic influence on the stomach, llvef*,
; and red,muscle. Cornbread, fat meat, above. When arranged on dish ; add half a large can of tomatoes. and bowels,causing these organs,: to perform -
white wheat bread, sugar or molasses, cover thickly} with grated cheese; placein Stew together fifteen minutes. Arrange their functions with healthy regularity ,
y potatoes and other similar! articles, in oven'for five minutes before serving. in a deep dish a layer of boiled table and and comfort. Being purely free veg from" -
\ so far'-as they are digestible all, produce MACARONI RARE-BIT.-Into a'' fry- .macaroni; pour the tomatoes over this, drug of
.;; '' and fever in the system because ing.pan put a teaspoonful of butter. I place in oven ten minutes and serve. any notCured by: their u/ie ,
they minister almost'exclusivelyto When it begins to bubble-lay gentlyin -The Housewife. is attendedGood & '
to the fatty tissues. Graham bread it a cupful of macaroni, cut in very . with injurious effects for 0 d
\(made of ''unbolted flour),. oatmeal, small pieces; over this pour a cupfulof PlcaliUy. and everywhere young of every the climate favorite.,Ayer's G.Pal"V\bare '. "I
:eras, lean ,meat, good ripe fruits, grated cheese, and lastly, two well- One quarter peck of green tomatoes Bowman, 26 East Main street, Carlisl, '
.HHlk! ,(skimmed :necessary for certain beaten eggs. Sprinkle with pepper, one dozen red peppers, 'Pa., says: "Having been subject, for "i'
',. temperaments) these make cook about seven minutes, and serve one-half dozen sharp green peppers, years, to constipation, without, befnf ".
"" muscle, and blood, they nourish the very hot, prettily garnished with pars one-half dozen sweet green peppers, able to find much relief,I at last tried ,
,,stomach and liver in common with the one dozen onions. Chop all fine. Ayer's Pills, and I deem It both "a duty
ley.MACARONI and a.pleasure to.testify, that I have ,\
r whole: body, they maintain vigorthroughout PIE.-Line a deep pud- Pour over them one quart of vinegarand derived great benefit from their use. X
1 '! the system:and biliousness ding dish, with boiled macaroni. Over let stand until morning. Squeezeout would not willingly be without then:" :'
: k :wholly banished greatly reduced., this grate layer of cheese. among dry. Mix one-quarter' pound of
'f'" '.' The, most:nourishing food;"'; not rich which are scattered some ,tiny bits :of yellow ground mustard with one quartof Ayers Cathartic Pills' '

.with butter, ,and sugar and. fat, but butter! and,a slight sprinkle ,of dry vinegar and one pound of. sugar. Dose Effective. -
Every
r:. abeui ding in: _the muscle-forming ele-' mustard (the latter may be omittedif Mix all together and"place in air-tight : .:T Tr '

mes needed in.Flofidat't .preferred) ) ain, macaroni fol.L i jars. Highly recommended: ,
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.' Contribute the border be. had the land and water of its Congress shouldbe 4
'roM SAWYBR. ,' - Staff "other fellow" across or riding over any powers.
say ,in Australia, Europe, Asia or' in every direction and drawing fine prudent in their exercise, but it :

Look Out--Danger 1 r Africa? The Farmers Alliance and< salaries-furnished through the toil cannot resign any of its powers or ,

THere'is a little matter to which I Industrial Union must make two, percent and sweat of the producer and cor avoid responsibility for their neglect -

desire to call the attention of my Alliance the universal rate, or they would sinner. In this case we gardeners get any more than for their misuse. $\

brethren and it'. had nearly! simply deplete this country of all cap the heavy end of the supporting quitea 4 ''I ,.J

escaped my memory. I only found ital, which would, seek investment in crowd of the gentlemen and at the The School Book Trust.A .

it out the other" day when I was,ridingon other lands at market rates more re. real figures-say about '$5,000 per few days since a party from New t

tie, cars, and. I don't know that I munerative than ours, just as English annum each. Its no wonder if, after York city was in Atlanta, and gaye us

would,ever have thought of j it again capital now seeks this country by millions all our'toil and expenses, we are com- a call. We.soon saw'that our visitor's

only I happened to pick up a scientific for the same reason. pelled to labor in patched breeches mental faculties were in labor and he

journal a while ago when ,I came.in to< and torn shirt-to mop the perspiration wanted to say something, but didn't
rest: from hoeing my pinders. I do,< The modern supposition sometimes: from our heated brows with cotton ban know how to begin. Gradually, how-

love to rest. The paper went ,on 'to< is that the Government can assume dana, to live on, coarse food and deny; ever, he began to thaw, and spoke ofa
tell How this constant running of 'the< the roll of the Creator and say "Let our families all luxuries and many of "reported" school book trust-deny-.

rivers the sea was gradually.eating there be money I'1 In undertaking the comforts of life. ing that there was any such combina-

into the solid land and that .one'day; this the Government is very apt 'to tion in existence. We let the party

under The I transcend its powers. Mysterious and have his without denyjng any of _. '
we would all be water. < Now even if do think it a bold< way, .
most careful Calculation' fixes the date : cabalistic as those, powers may be,, assertion, I think you themselves his statements. Finally the true ,in-
parents
of our, ,ducking at about 4,300,000years even the Government can never make blame wardness of the visit came to light* ,
the ones to <
are generally
something out of nothing. The Gov- very 'school book .
the publishers
from 'and whilst "me and After praising
now, for this lamentable state of affairs the< t
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Brother Bob Rogers" need not let i it ernment, after all, is only you and 1 I ; to the skies-and he spoke of ,
work on a farm is all too often -
and the rest of us, confederated for managed such kind and honorable 1<
this them
as
tours
interfere_ with our lecturing and
so that old and ycrang, men
certain ends.-Ex. wanted know if there was 'i i
he
to
I deem it duty to'warn men-
summer my women, are kept at an eternal routine
the Alliance of every danger in its! I do not believe that the government of drudgery. It is plow, sow, reap, any way to stop the fight on them <1

\ path. It takes,long-sighted man to can make money by law anymore hoe, pick corn, milk cows,.feed calves: started by the Georgia Legislature. \
see a danger that far off and that is withno Well, the end of the conference was I
make
than it can good crops by and hogs, year in and year out,
,the kind of man 'I am, so I: use, that law. The,government can't support cessation, ,no time for reading and that this party wanted to secure the %

gift,"for the, benefit of humanity. If J I the people. The people have got to thinking and educating, hard hands* influence of our paper to help this f j

see any other danger menacing the support the government. The govern. and empty lives, beads and hearts our trust in its fight against the people. : (
Alliance I intend to speak right put ment is a perpetual pauper. I ask reward. No wonder our boys become While he did not come out with an f

I. am ,a sort of a watchman on the this one question-If the governmentcan disgusted with the prospect and leave open bribe, he said if we would not

Alliance watchtower and I 'don't1 intend make money why should it i col.. (for town, and in such cases it is'the make a war on these book publishers :|

to allow_the',sea o'r any other monopolist lect taxes? Why not make what it parents and not the boys 'to blame. that they would give us our own price |
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to slip on the"people unawares ? for a small advertisement in the Southern |
up needs and stop bothering the people? : Farmers ourselves, we are in sympa-
so long s'I'' can see. Our people ,Still I am glad the farmers are' discussing thy with the farmer and his calling and Alliance Farmer; that of course no -J!
'need be alarmed one would ever know of the trade, 11
not unnecessarily
these questions. They will we wish that all parents would be wide 2
about this matter but there are other-, and they had already made a similar ,
find out what the government can and wake and energetic and take pleasure
little streams running from, our fields cannot do.INGERSOLL.It in; proving to their boys, both by precept contract with several influential pa- ,j>
into: Wall street and into the great'receptacles and example, the usefulness, the pers. The party went on further to "

of the protected manufacturer seems to me that the government beauties and the stability of the profession say that several rich corporationswould ,;1

that will carry off all of oui. 'obtains its funds in one way, and in of farming, and then, and not pay liberally to the Alliance _.;
"dust" in less than four million That is press to help them out, and do it in
by
years _one way only. only way till then, may one look for a fair percentage -
., --in: fact it is about all gone now andit t taxing the people, too often by perpetrating }? of our educated boys to stay an "honorable" and "legitimate" man-

would be well enough for.us to geta the very outrage farmers complain on the farm. '". net, too-under the guise of advertisements -
big 'scare on right away and take of-impoverishing one class to ; that a baking powder com-

measures to shut off the leak. Your pamper another. Iknow it is popularly -'.pany had given $1,200 for a small ,
The Supreme Court haying practi-
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attention is called to the. Ocala plat*. supposed that the governmentcan card, conditioned that they were assisted .- ;
the that the
settled
cally. question
II bill of ; in a little fight they had on
form for a particulars. make money in other ways. It I j
'' government can create a currency, hand. *
TOM SAWYER. was customary years ago when the
am iibable to appreciate the sincerity We only refer to this attempt at
government: cow was running dry, to of> criticism of the merits of the
any Alliancemen their
Opinions.It water the milk. They turned the lead bribery to place on
is all 'the sub- loose when melted their sil rills.based upon a denial of that power. guard, and show them the schemes
,right to oppose pot they And certainly I have not been a very machinations of their enemi9. '
treasury scheme as a wildcat attemptto ver'for,coins and 'stamped their half student of governmental and '
intelligent
supply the lack of sufficient'volume and half with the, old mint die, and principles if thepower to circulate is They are even now trying to buy up

of money: in this country. But simple thought they had found an easy roadto not implied in the power to create a and corrupt your press, and will And Use
denunciation will not answer, and wealth. But the debased coin al- the into millions of money if necessary.
substantial must be home to roost and thepeople currency.: Assuredly putting in order to effectually conceal their
something more came ,
ways does to it
circulation not mean
give bribe
will their ,,
'' schemes, they pay
substituted as a means of supplyingthe after a world of extra' suffej- t
throw it but after
to
or ,
away
away of
demand for ,more money. Gentlemen ing and misery, had to pay the piper methods most conducive to the exercise money in under the guise advertise'c.baking .

',, in.' official position who draw, with the inevitable penaltyincreasedtaxation. : of its legitimate functions, and powder and school book
their salaries regularly not'be ableto ments.
may t
in carrying out the objects of its crea-
will these fellows on -
Now, we place
appreciate the derpand, but it is
growing and must be met-Ft.. lIortn'G The tax placed upon us for the sup tion. The government can either putit notice that they need not send any- .
port of an army of drummers is unnecessary into circulation by the payment of more agents to this office. Neither..-r
v9CftftThen and unjust and .we shouldnot its debts, or by loaning it to the peo- :! do we want their patronage or mosey t '

'}Olr. Cannon argues that 'I be subjected,to it. We have scores pie. This is a matter for Congress to If we are aware of the fact, no ,arttefe; r.

could not borrow:, any money on my of them and they seem rapidly on the determine. It is true that too free an represented by a trust shall be eves .

farm,at two ,per cent and lend it to increase in our vicinity, from the beard- exercise of its powers in this respect Advertised in our columns.-Srs'-,

4'some'other fellow4-seven per cent, less youth to the veteran, grown gray would be ruinous to the business in iUiancc Farmer. # '

because the government loans would in the service. Every train and every terests'of the country. But the mere .L ( ;'
U fix themaximumrate boat in carries its possibility of its abuse would not render LADIES '" '; '
two per cent. as our 'great country '
fcedteff s tcntc,or chQdren who t urJ.dd-:
the for
all over the United States. Even, (orarpme8 quota .of' "commercial tourists" power unconstitutional, log should takeBROW&rfHOX ,
sake this would crowd well dressed and enjoying the same objection might with equal B1rr RL : Y' ', ,
S ,,, granting jolly It f* pleasant to take cures M4rU, la :' '
tt.. be impoeeibl'F ,for me: to find thei : ill the comforts and luxuries that'can propriety be urged against the use of BoWe e&ad Liver Ce r& _"t, : '

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rF, MAB:dad'LaacLI4BUIHJI a, ;necessity, by .the best men in the WHY: : ,TAX PERSONAL PROP-
I nation. this ERTY AT RICH FLORIDA LANDS.
a IBM,'which he lived in Joaes;, The machinery to get. ALL?
Whkfc joss fa a coufitry of red bill and:stones,. increased volume into,the ,hands- ,of
.And,he Need pretty much by getti 'of.t loans, the: ,people :is the ,question to be,de The Specious Argument of the
And.Ms mite*,WM aothia but skin and bones_ cided. ,Stanford has a scheme, Feath-- Single-Tax: Theorists.
'Aid hi*bop,wa flat a*oorn-brrad- ,
: pones
; erstone has scheme the Alliance has fliI
a Has it
And be had bout a thoMaad acres of land. ever occurred to the farmer
: one; none of this' machinery is yet that his real estate values are being
Thk w.a-which his name,was also Jones-- but it will.be before'
perfected long
,And Wore that feed leave. /them old red hills and lessened, because the existing laws are
Mr. Berwick. it would be nice
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aboea, says, driving the personal'property away
Fur fceooaUa'tauike BOtfetogbutyellerlth cotton, for,me'to mortgage my farm for, $10- from him? His depleted and aban 1L-

And little of tom,awl his fcaces. ras'rotten, ooo, at, 2 per cent. and loan it to the doned farms are the result of- ,such'
Aojl what ttttle corn be bade hit was bough ten, other fellow at:7 per cent." But would action, for without the personal property .
' And dinged If'cr liviD' was in the land., not the "other fellow" be a fool l to pay the land has only primitive value. .

.. And the longer he'swore the madder''he got, you 7 yer cent. when he could borrow The primitive acres are worth but _
And he rk and walked to,the stable lot, also for 2 per cent? One of the,great. little without personal The
And hollered to Tom to come;thar and bitch property.
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est benefits the will derive
.... people from presence of the pioneer without
to emigrate somewhatwhar land,was rich, per;
And,to quit raisin' cock burl, ,thistles, and sich, this government loan will be the fixing sonal property,does not much enhance,
.IIc(1 a wastin 'ther time on the cursed land. ,of the rate of interest by such 'the ,value, but give him only an ax to
loans in all the business,of the coun take Farmers Stop :and.Think.
So him and Tom they hitched up the mules, upon those acres: and the value is ,
frutestliig that folks were mighty big(fools tJand: it immediately increased; give him horses WHY Spend the best years: of :your
That wad stay in Georgy ther lifetime out, WILL BREAK DOWN THE GREAT MONEY and cattle with farming implements and life cultivating the soils of the frozen
Jest,scretddag a livisg when all of''em mouts the value is still '
Oft places Texas whar cotton would SYNDICATESIn further increased; and North and West raising crops on which -
$y tfcc tim you cotdd plant it in the land.sprout the country, which are sapping the later on when the pioneer has built, a the freight is often not realized, when- -
lifeblood of all industries by the enormous :_ cabin with his ax, give him. money for you can buy land from the undersigned,
And, edifr by a bouse whura man named Brown '
WM a ttrin' oo9fr from the edge o'town, ,rates of interest they demand of the, purchase, of materials,. fpreign to rich and fertile as any.known l lands. ,
And he bantered Brown fur to buy his place the,wealth-producers. There are some his acres, or for purposes of barter and and where you can raise a crop that the
And said that befog'as money was skace,, who seem to think that such a scheme trade and his'acres further increase in United States Government will pay ,a
,And beta as shtriSs was hard to'face; would destroy the value of money;; value; in fact with every introduction BOUNTY of$oo on' each, acre. -

Tyro 40IIan an acre would git the land., I there would be such a demand Tori it of personal property in its various HOLD On,.jthis isn't"all.! : You can sell .

They dosed at a dollar and fifty cents, that'the country would be flooded forms, does the value 'of the original! the said crop right there in your home '.,
And Jomcs he bought him waggin and tents, This, I think, is a mistake. It would acres increase and with every departure market for $250 per acre .You ask.for
Aad he.1oeded I Ws and wimmin and
corn truck,
Moved to;Tens which it tnk' force the_\money now in the banks,:'or of personal property will they the "How" and the "Wherefore.." .

,His entire pik.with:the best of luck:, under the control'of ,the great corporations'and decrease. Then why should we. ,enact Quite right-facts and figures count best.: ;
1'0.git thar:and git him a little land. syndicates and trusts, to:go laws to drive this property froni us? .Land with CaR
Plant the
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Sugar
ffat old to.the people at the government rate Nothing more fully demonstratesthis .
moved
Brown out on the Jones farm, '
And he roiled up his breeches and bared his arm, of !interest, or lay idle in_their vaults.! .than the situation today in those TO OLD Farmers arid careful perus-
And he picked all the rocks'from often the ground. W hen money can .be borrowed' at sections where the 'personal tax laws ers of:papers, the fact that'there is'now ,

'Wile rooted!it up and plowed it down, home:for: the rate of interest the gov- have been most rigorously enforced.If established near Kiss mmee, Fla, the, .
Then he sowed his corn and wheat in the land. ernment charges; the' business of the. we may believe the statement in thedaily St. 'Cloud Sugar Refinery! i is ,stale :

Five years glad by, and Brown! one day country will' .use the home money, and press, i in Vermont, where, the news.We are talking to all our v;; '
(Which he'd got ao fat that,he wouldn't weigh) will cease to.borrow 'from the government personal assessment was trebled in a friends. Sugar cane can be raised **%

'To was the battiest settia' down dinner rather lazily;see, : In this respect it is, flexible single ,year, hundreds of farms 'withthen cheaply as corny and Uncle;: Sam wilV .' ,

When one o(his children you jumped,ever on; his knee and will adjust itself'to the demands of dwelling houses, and barns, and pay you a bounty?of two,cents per found

And says, "Van's Jones, which,you bought this business. When your business'will outbuildings, have been abandoned; on the manufactured sugar. The St. '.
ia ct" not-justify your holding the loan, you and in Penesylvania where the personal Cloud plantationin Osceola Co.,. Fla.,

Aid thar was Jones,standtn? out at the fence, will'return the money to the government assessment -was largely increased by averaged 4,500 poundsof, sugar to'the '

And he.hadn't no waggin, nor mules,nor tents, and cancel your'mortgage.: the inquisitorial system of listing,.farm acre last year, and i it \\will ,go 5,000Vpounds .
For.be had left Texas afoot and cum This' scheme will not only fix the properties were similarly reduced, and this year.METHODS #

To Georgy to see if he couldn't get some rate of interest, but will create an immense In the old counties of York and Berks, ? This isn't the :
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Bmployment, and, he looking as humAc -
revenue'to the in that State where the best and rich.
government, "
The '
as if he had never owned any land. chance of your life, however.
paid by the borrowers' to it, insteadof est farms of f the State lie, the county ,cultivation of rice'lands,about Kissira-
,But Brown he asked him in and he sot
to the Shylocks as at present. This papers have been filled to repletion, '
.4 Him down to_his vittles smokin'hot mee is to become an assured, profitable'
An4 when he had filled hisself and the door interest money will help to pay the the past' two or three years, with advertisements fact. There is no richer 'or bettertruck
Brownlooked: at him sharp and riz and'swore expenses of the government, and to of sheriff sales; a thing and market-garden lands in the


That"whether me_ 'I1aDd was rich or pore that extent will relieve the 'people of unknown before. world than the land on:the rich over '
Thar- wU I O'e'la" the man than thar was in the taxation.It The'present tax laws in New York flow or bottom lands about Ki eim.' '-,; ,
land. SIDNEY LANIEK. is claimed that have in the hands of ,
now we two exempt mortgages mee. Write, for confirmation, to Col.
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thousand millions of money in the mutual insurance companie; and sav- editor
A. K. McClure Philadelphia
J.Went.O&DDO' ,
of California .on United:. States. If that be so, we ings banks. This is of course a great "'
has
Times who personal knowledge. -
tbi Sub-Treasury and Land- should have ten thousand millions to attraction to ,capital, and it has been ,
Then in lands for orange groves, or
Loan.Bills. do the business of ,the country, and estimated that three-fourths of all the cultivated l, or bearing
J.I[ received'leJt r and clipping, land should the government loan that mortgages in' New York city are so I groves already that best interestslie ,
satisfy
can your
while I'do' not feel called upon to explain amount at 2 per cent. it would have held. The real estate pays upon its in seeing you me before anyone else. .
the workings the Sub. reas- an income from that source of $200,* full assessed value, regardless of the
ury and Lan Loan bills demanded by 000,000, per year, which, while it fact that millions of mortgages are BEAUTIFUL HOMES: The health- *.
the' Alliance; still there are many who woud) save that amount of taxes to held against it, and if the laws were fulness and beauty of Kissimmee

are honestly seeking after light on thissubject the people, would'also save to the effectively carried out the holders of have never been questioned. No

like, Mr. Berwick, and a*few people the difference in interest between these mortgages, outside of the insurance :- diphtheria, no consumption, no pneumonia \
points be of interest to them. and and banks -in fact, read our medical -',
may 2 per cent. 10 per cent., companies savings -
)l '.Berwick evidently has not learned which, would be'about $800,000,000 would pay a duplicate tax on them. report. Beautiful cottages, villas or
hk A B C's in Alliance But the of these lots suitable for residences. Writefor
principles.He per annum.: Don't you think_ such a holders. mortgages '
and particulars.
says, "I don't see how ,a government I saving to; the hardy sons of toil worth a largely escape this tax., terms : "
can borrow money at 3 per cent< ,struggle? The widows and orphans, the honest COME SOUTH, And get untold .V'

and ,l loan it to'the farmers at 2 per Who opposes this great reform of and a.few of the ignorant pay the in- quantities of the grandest climate i in ,

cent"' My dear sir, no sensible.man the money system? The great money dividual personal tax in New York the world free with,each acre of ground .

can see how that can be done. Putting power of England and Germany, as City. Where a tax-cannot be evenly purchased. Come where you can ,till ..'<
the Alliance demands in that well as that of the United States; and equitably imposed,why select the the soil twelve months .in the year. .-,

light is to make. ridiculous, and"no and 'the Alliance expects to meet above classes impose' it on? At least write to me forfull particulars.WM. .:

well-informed person in the United them ,all and determine once for all Allow me to quote a saying of Mr. CANNON, .. ,

State,'will, put it so. The time is past whether the almighty dollar or-the. almighty Enslee, of Memphis, Tenn., in a com- Kissimmee, JPla. ; -F
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of the JUisMon e m, "'
fortbe lands
Agent
". when such statements will pass cur. man rules the United States, munication of his to Governor Brownof for the Associated Railways toad,aDd the -'
,d teat j and in' that struggle we expect and that State, and which was considered land of KlttUninee Lar.d ite.. ..
Fuuseiit'demand that more money will receive the support of all l truelovers so wise that it was favorably Phosphate,, sugar cane rice, trucking, "
fruit, grazing, timber, general fanafeg, ,_
be pot in., circa. by. the governwent. *bC ,liberty, justice, and the quoted[ by no I less an authority than and home lands. Send for map slew* :
Tfc: demand js admitted to be brotherhood of man. \he. !late George H. Andrewst while lands., -. '": -. T,' "

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,cOf IBiS5ionerof, New: York City;' an, easy competence tilling, his own that we utterly deny that we have ever wealthy country, it is adequate to all
in ah address before the Assemby! acres and who expected that' his land entertained,or expressed any desire or the demands of business and is preferred -

.. Committee*on Ways and Means., It would be the home'of his descendantsfor intention,revolt against the Alliance by the people jn spite of the
was as fallows: generations', has been supplanted order or to sow the seeds of discord fact that there is not enough specie i ,

"Hence,'I'say, that of 'all!f the men by aclass, of men who seem to lack among its members. held in reserve to redeem It. Well

of our State who:should 'object'to. oppressing not only his love for the, land and his Resolved, 2d, That we do not be- might Walter Bagehot say: "The fail-
and to follow the principle, I: pride in it, but his stability of character lieve that the time has yet arrived ure of the French armies was not more

will say, any, taxation at all on-money,. his public spirit, and his influ. when'a simple recommendation to our striking than the success of French
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merchandise,' trade or manufactories, ence. brethren throughout the State, couchedin banking. -Atlanta Constitution.

etc., it is the man who, owns. the realestate "The comparative prosperity and respectful terms, in i which"we<< do ,

; or immovable property. His luxury of our cities are evidences that not intimate what our action would be Equity, Not Competition.

J proposition should be this: He should the men who transport and traffic in if said recommendation should fail to The railway question is one of the

say to the thousands of men'"' in the the_ products of' the soil are receivinga be considered, and which'action we stupendous problems now before ;Jhe

civilized world, with their money in larger proportion of the value of deny any man the right toanticipate: American people. With the question .

their pockets: looking out, for a favorable these products, while the farmer's can be rightfully construed into treason of it fairly divides
municipal government
place to go to for banking, merchandising share is growing less. With no peasant or rebellion against the order; nor the{interest of students of state-

manufacturing.farming: class, 'with the land tilled by men do we feel the need of the fatherly craft. The welfare of the humblest

Come, locate on my property; I will who own it and :who govern it, agri- advice nor appreciate' the indulgent citizen is vitally'concerned in its solution -
not oppress you; come 'to me, for I culture here if anywhere should be charity of certain Alliance editors the life of industry depend

can't go. to you, and, we must ,cometogether a profitable and honorable calling. It who may see fit to assail our motivesor ; it our whole every. political structureis :
k' is Worth nothing question the propriety of our con- upon ;
or my property is degraded from its proper rank involved in the struggle now pending
; and knowing this I will not tax industries when the fanner's duct, as we feel, entirely competent to do believe
among I not
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or you is abandon his attend to our affairs in our own way
you to birthplaceand
oppress boy eager that rates can besettled, ,
He advises that there,should be'cut sees, without a pang, the homestead Resolved, 3d, That this Alliance ap railway basis. There M
i iff the State these the action of the Madison upon a competitive
stone upon Capitol pass into alien hands. The proves and there can be no efficient compe.
words: farmer of the old style had local; attachment County Alliance as expressive of our tition in this business of transportationover
that would be sentiments in relation to the new Con:
"jNever tax anything and local pride, and these sections of the country. It-
: large
of value to State and that could stitution, and approves of the recommendation
your sentiments formed the basis of broad is and it must be a monopoly. There.
would that, could of said Alliance, as to calling
and
or .
run away, public spirit and an intense patriotism.
I is just competition enough to derange
and would come to you." From the homes of contented farmers a constitutional convention. and demoralize business, and not

". If it is, and it undoubtedly is, per- has come the best blood of the republic Signed, E. A. HARRISON, to control prices. Such' a
enough IM'.C"tial
j-onal l which makes real estate J. B. YOUNG,
property and any decline in agricultural competition,which benefits.certain.. .
valtfable, why should we not encourage prosperity''should be a matter of public Committee.I business centers and certain strong

.\ its: presence by royalty, rather than concern. Men lose their l love for land hereby certify that the foregoing competitors only, and leaves, broad,
tax?--b. which them and if the preambles and resolutions were unanI-
\ cannot support spaces and whole classes to the m c1
mously adopted at the aforesaid sessionof
land burdens in the
\ bears any unequal
than competition
of Rural Life. of mpnoply is worse :no
Decay the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial .
way .of taxation or restriction, these
all.
It certainly seems that the .com- should be removed. The men 'who Union of Citrus County, as recommended at

plaints of the farmer are not without carry the products' the farm and the by said committee. 'THE INTERSTATE. COMMERCE ACT:

foundation whenwa classical journal men who stand between the farmer E. A. HARRISON,' undertakes to redress some of the, {
like. Garden and Forest,. an ,organ of Secretary County' Alliance.
: and the consumer form compact, wrongs thus arising; but in its attemptsto
;.the, >mo5t. cultured classes, speaks editorially ; well-organized bodies, able to com < regulate rates and prevent.discrimination
in France.
in the vein of the' following Paper Money
: / mand their full share of the profits of it relies on two principles'
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extract- : agriculture. Farmers are numerous The recent experience in France the principle of equity 'and the prin,
'But, whatever. the; motive, the and so widely separated that, cooperation with paper money shows that, whena ciple of competition. The twain'can
best blood of tile country and the is impossible. That farmers suffer proper degree of caution exercised, made there is an essential
be one
very'worst blood,. too, finds' its, way in this unequal competition is and when the people have faith in the never between; them. The
incompability
to the cities. The tenant-farmers < government, it, is possible for a coun-
undeniable. will be
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work of the commission always
areland: left in temporary. charge. ,of' the try to conduct ''an enormous business
incoherent and unsatisfactory so long
i'have little;interest in sustainingschools' i 1 Citrus County Alliance. tor years without a specie! currency. .. : ?
character in improving When the Franco German war ended as it labors to adjust its decisions to
of good or Editor Alliance Department:
principles. The,
these
antagonistic
the farms bY''' erecting substantial .: I was instructed by our last o ntyAlhance France had to pay Germany an in- of competition cannot be

buildings or bY' planting to request you to publish*the demnity of 5,000,000,000 francs. In relied principle the principle of equity '''

orchards and vineyards, ,or by setting following preamble and resolutions for paying this large amount the countrywas be upon enforced; and there is no
'. out ornamental frees' and shrubs. the information of the order speedily drained of its gold and must
other but that of the -
They lease I the'land, from year to year, ORLEANS, Citrus Co., Fla., \ the Bank of France issued 768,000,000francs that power can enforce, it-WASHINGTON government
/ and have'no permanent'' interest in it. May 21, 1891. j in' notes. The payment of the GLADDEN D. D.

When'' a' stately residence, surround'* To the ,Citrus County Farmers3 Alliance war' debt to Germany occupied four .

eoVjby lawns and pleasure-grounds, is and Industrial Union: years, and during all that ,time the
now seen 'in the country, :with evidences BRETHREN We, your committee, French had to carry on ,their business We ''think, says President Polk's
that it has recently, been erected elected to draft suitable resolutions with paper money. Under such cir Progressive Farmer,. that Alliancemen,

; it is probably not the home of a expressive of the attitude of this.County cumstances many outsiders expecteda should address themselves afresh to the

.farmer. It is more likely to' belongto Alliance with reference to the new Al- heavy depreciation of the currency. work of educating the people upon the

some raiser of fine stock or to some liance Constitution, known as the But they were disappointed. Althoughthe great questions before the country.) But\
man of wealth who has removed from Monticello Constitution, and to memorialize bank was not able to resume specie there should be no spirit of Intolerance) :

the city for his health's sake or in the next State Alliance meeting payments for eight years, there was manifested in this work of I educating

order to manage farm as a pastime. with reference ,,hereto, beg leaveto only a slight disturbance of exchange the people. There are good' and,.true
Wealthy farmers, like other people ,of submit the following report and values: and while the paper was non- men in the Alliance, who ,have'opinions

means, desire the advantages. of society recommend its adoption by your bodyat convertible it was never allowed to of their own, and are: Honestly
: schools, and amusements of 'one this meeting: exceed a certain amount, and the premium desirous of throwing all the light pos:

kind'and another, and the town fur* 'i WHEREAS, This Cqjpity Alliance on gold never exceeded i 5 percent sible upon public question*, With a
t niches what the countrY'' fails to furnish I has been charged by certain,Alliance and most of the time was even view to getting at the exact truth. Let

f for them. On the other hand, men with disloyalty to the Allianceand lower. For some years past the French no one read these men out of the Alliance

:y where a ,farm., does not .support. its with conduct calculated to create paper circulation has been supposed because they dare .to think (or

owner'he turns:to the town for a more dissension in the order in this State; to be on a specie basis. This, how themselves. This Alliance movement

.:c. attractive opening for earning: liveli sverj is only nominal. The bank issues has won its present position mainly by

'7 1.. hood. Thus, it happens that the farms andWHEREAS, This Alliance deems it notes ..largely in,excess of its coin .reserve I encouraging free discussion i of public

'in many, parts,of,the.country are.'passing meet and proper to explain to our but the people are'so', ,well satisfied questions., ,Whenever the time comes

w oat.,of the? hands'of proprietors brethren throughout the,State our.true with the paper, and so confidentthat that the Alliance shall throw the weightof
",. i te.tltehandsofa: tenant class. Most position in this matter.. Thereforebe there will never be'a big run on its influence'against the:;,freedom of
persons pest fifty years-of age can 'recall it the bank, that the currency is practically discussion, the end of'its'influence! for

'some rural'community the char! jfciafa/, By this Citrus County just as good as gold and silver. good will not be distant. The free

.'' acter of whose population has entirely Farmers' Alliance and Industrial All this makes it plain that, when a people.of thV.cotmtry will not allow

I- : ';_ changed within i their memory.: The Union, in regular session; assembled,; paper currency is prudently issued! and the voice of diccucsioB to be'' stifled,

:i;:, o gentleman: a man. 'who earned on this, the sxst day of May, 1891, managed "by the government of a we maybe sure. .

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theories as, to the cause'of moved. Mr. M., E. Gillett, of :Florida :
:disease have been advanced, gives the following receipt for a .the Cotton Planter
:drainage, "wet feet," grow* treatment which he has found reason.

over hardpan, improper fertilizer_ ably .effective upon high' pine land: Paris Green and London Purple,for_
: # bl soil, irrigating too' close to The remedy I have used is com the Cotton Worm. '

;; tree trunk, excess ,of ammonia posed of the following ingredients: ,Bulletin No. 17 of the AuburnAla.
'' : too: l low; etc.-but. 'none :of One peck fresh stone lime, 4 ,pounds ( .) Experiment Station, gives the.
hold good except in individual copperas, 5 pounds sulphur, i gill result of several experiments made by ..'
'' : cruder carbolic acid. Put these in a planters in the application ,of these in*
:. TREATMENT SUGGESTED. barrel and add enough water to ,slack :>ecticides for the cotton worm. Twen.

disease is a dangerous one. to the lime, cover and let it stand until ,ty-one! planters,indifferent parts of the '
':;with, and except in unus' cool, then fill the barrel with water State, under the direction of the.sta
; well-drained locations the tree and stir well. The mixture is then tion officers, reported their operations, ... .
: better'be immediately dug up and ready for use. All the diseased bark rendering this'bulletin a valuable don

;, root 'and branch._ It is even and wood should be carefully cut ument at this time of the year to:cotton .
.to dig:about healthy'trees: away, and the wash applied with 'a planters. We quote first a summary
the same implements used to dig 'brush. While the preparation does of the chief advantages' which,
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: ,diseased trees unless they..are not always cure, it has' 'checked the, this method presents;
,, ;with carbolic acid. Posi trouble, and trees'that I have experi The inexpensiveness of the ,outfit
) evidence exists ,that the disease ,mented upon seem to be doing well. puts.it' reach of every*.cotton
been conveyed 'from tree to tree This and other remedies we have grower. Cotton growers in .localities

way,' by a sort of inoculation_; seen seem to be disinfectants rather rarely visited by worms are Dot warranted -'
,: ; an aid in preventing or checking than fungicides i but the addition of in keeping on hand machinery

ravages of the ,disease, growers I'sulphate of copper may bean improve even though it cost but a few dollars
:' advised: (Il) to bud on resistant rnent) and is certainly a step in the The "bags and ,pole" cost too little Ito
-wild_ sour orange; rough,lemon right direction.: Washes>> having bi be considered. -
: : ; ((2)) to plant,on) dry and sulphate of soda and carbonate of limeas The quickness with which ,the work
: soil ::1 if. 'sweet: ,stock. is used; ((3)) a base would probably be of some can be started and the rapidity with
irrigate, sparingly" and ,keep ,the value, and are worth experimentingwith. which it can be carried on make it

: ;: from. ,the trunk of the tree; ((4)) 1 possible to kill the worms before they
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and bark when the malady ap If you feel weak The poison can be applied, ,without

,,jand'burn the part cat put. .. ... .and all, .worn' ;out_ take Difficulty when .the}oil h. so'ioft)froM;
}. B. M. LeLong, of ,the .BROWN'S ,IRON BITTERS rains as to make it i impossible l to' go'
,State 'Board 'of Horticul l' into the field with heavy machinery.It .
recommends that the.wound ,be is as practicable for the man who
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over with pure rubber paint, FOR SALE-One second' hand Washington has only one acre of cotton ,as for one
the diseased wood has been re Write for particulars.Press for sale' cheap at this office. who has a thousand or more, This is


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: brush wheel is invariably steady; and MAKE saws free and clean, greatly improving
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: the boxes,are ,abrays cooJ.t'Vm undo the WDpJe JAMES BUCH, Stepltea. ,
STEADY t" AIEIuJ.a 1Jj:*t" SUPERI0R Y lIe,Texas,writes': "ADlgrtl that iI
SAMPLE makeLin the oat ramk f cotton'of' any
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FA1UIlulVlLULa.Feb..23,191.
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The BROWN COTTON GIN Feed.
4 IT er' and .Condenser have., given 'entije' The Feeder of the' BROWN COT-
'MUST;' ,, satisfaction in, this sectionof. cotuitry. IT' MUST TON GIN J lui endless apron, and'theRUN
a LICHT most to the
: ', Everyoneispraisingtheirlightrrixning{ 'FEED approved regulate
and rood sample. Yourstrnlr: ". eed. The,Machine rests OR trualoas, :
JAOOB MAUIIECULAIIL, y'an can be readil.tilt 'back;when ,
roM or"the Cia.
necessary to ret to :
The Saws 'are, the moat: important
: part of a Cotton Gin and those o( the, IT MUST H. B. Askew,:MUford, GL, writes I
,I IT'M" U IT" BRO\VN"COTl'Ol'4: J GIN are made ol "The Feeder and Condenser of tile :
: ; : : HAYE'' the,.best English; ,cast steel 'of our own H A YE BROWN COTTON GIN.are perfect, '
R ELI I A.L:E"ImpotUtion, the teeth being'of the PERFECT in their' worttisgand all the pates co.
SAWS length and, shape that once has CONDENSER bind run like a chars:' .
"' taught 111 necaaary to puce the best '
results. IT MUST The NI Board of tH ,BROWN
COTTON GIN.3 regulated iromtk.
-IT MUST _Th BROWN. COTTON GINS'are OPERATE
end of the gin by hand wheel'.
; lII.EAK now made withthet rprovedResolving WITH ratcbet. gear"whlch..preclud ; sy-c
!2I Needy, which; destrOy the. friction of SAFETY ogetti cut by the saws. '
THE ROLL th e cotton rnnning ,agaiD5tthe-: ends of
& ; 'KE tZe eouon box; and'prevent cho mjw'IT MUST The BROWN COTTQN GIN',
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) TON GIN bas been'eilJarged'' ,'aada", ALL THAT GIu, $.OO per sTMnew"kyle .
,, : ...CIN THE frost;added, to gin'the seed : Feeden. '1.00 per.NW, ,
s-,;"i; SEED CLOI as close as aiajr be'd fined. I IT ,CLAIMS_ OoBdeD8en.'I"OO'per8, :& '

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Method, for, according; ,to .former l leaf! rarely as high anumber: as thirtyor state that when the poison 'is' :put on terminateone ;crop>of worms.

HwUiods,,"the.,"cost:of,machinery 'would, more, She:)selects ,the most vigor- at the right time, when: the young FROM C. S.. G.. DOSTER .

Dearly,. ;:equal'the value of a small crop.. I ous or .succulent' cotton and depositsthe worms first hatch out, it'kiUs them in ""Last summer" I abandoned the
With.proper. precautions" it:is 'no' .eggs"on the lower leaves 'of such the course' of one or- two' hours and mule ;and, put my,poisoner 6n foot,

more dangerous,than. when, the,Parisgreen plants \When the cotton is' older, this makes me believe that' :the dustmust wljich I f found to be';,;slower but much

is applied with water._ later.in the"season, she. deposits. eggson settle on every part of the plant.. safer and more efficient"
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the Roach's machine manufacturedAt tIn: favorable''weather the eggs hatch infested with young worms early in FROM JOHN P. STREETY & CO.

Vicksburg,,";Miss]i may 'be; preferabk in three' to four days 'to 'one' ,week. the morning, ,the worms can be. seen "'Ve have been engaged for raaay:

since: it :poisons from: 60,to The'young worms first feed only on by the thousand in a few hours,. hang years in making and handling cotton
I 80 'acres per'day; 'with 'one:man endtwo the'underside of, the leaves, .not biting ing dead from the plant by a string. of, and have tried every:method of killing'

; males, and can be;made'very ecoRocaical through the.l_ leaf, so that ,neither they web. the, caterpillars.. : Our present opinionis
w i ,in the} ::amount, of Paris_ green nor their work are, easily seen 'until "Since I began using this, method, that the 'use of London purple dust;

oe'L -objection, 'as stateo! in. .one <>f.,the' letters the leaf. the ravages of the boll 'worm, and' I all things considered, much ,the most

'seem&:to*:'be.the cost: It distributes :,' l' .FROM FION..JAS.. G. GILCHRIST. am satisfied that it kills them as wellas satisfactory method we have ever tried.
'Hie 'unmixedl.poison! ,and blows' ,"My principal reason for'preferringthis the cotton worm. We think it best to poison only :two'rows

: it'away from:'driver. .;:and, mules.} method to any,other is the'l rapidity -' "The'poison seemsto, settle all over at,one'go; and under fair condi,

I In:conclusion I ,,;itmay;;be.of service ,and simplicity of application., the plant and for this reason much tions we have gone over twenty acreSa
: the'Habits of the There water to draw and ha'ull' day to the mule. We find it necessary
to Mite very briefly ; is-jio. more poison. can be applied without
ttjiioth; in,/cgg-laying l ;:and qf the ,no machine to get outof order ,ati. an danger of scorching the plant, enoughto to use a saddle'and a folded sack t'

birvre. ," for it i J is very ::.importantthai >imp rta1t! time, and nothing; ,to kill every one of the worms. Thisis Tar the protection,of the mule and com
.. fort of the rider. Care must be taken to
.. ;. w i iotsshoullberwellurider-( prevent poisoning:from beginning the a result which I was never able to
io]"* der;to< },. make.t the; 'appltca- ;very instant the young worms. appear secure-by the old sprinkling method. wash, and sometimes grease the mule'
tiofi 'of' '.the..p016OO at the earliest mo: on the cotton. The bags can. be kept where the poison may have settled,on

to.insure.killing. .the. worms while .ready' filled in a, dry place, arid by *Tne: ease with I which the poisoncan it. There is we think no danger from '
keeping ,a.strict watch on, the spots be washed off by the showers or inhaling the oison.. We have been

young. The''):moth deposits-to. her:' eggs at where"worms first appear they can be shaken off by high winds would seem for many years largely'engaged :in rais-

fight. : She.deposits them,singly: upon ,effectually} checked ,before they*: have to ,be a disadvantage, but its action is ing and handling cotton and have,of;
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tettfttoft.. La* year;. J(88g-go: ), we 'For:Nerwoufl-Kxhaustlon) rLIkePATCH

mad* mod handled over two thousands Use',Hereford's Acid Phosphate 'f-GROWEr

: "(**4Oo) '.bales. of cotton, and found it Dr. H. ,C 'McCoy, Algona, la., .t! RMR'R al hAnlsSUUaNCt ;

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pepsia nervous'exhaustion and wake .
FROM HON. :H. B. INGE. ,

$_-$, '"I,: have'been.trying> to poison ,the think fulness it,.of with. great pleasant service results.in depressed Also CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publuher.
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eettda 'worms for the last fifteen or '
condition of the ; from
resulting
system Terra of Subscription
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Jb t.e.'years "with"Paris green to'water biliary derangement." For one year ".. ... ,'... .. ..., |2 00

' 'ftppHed'with various kinds'of pumps, For six months ,.. ..,.. ", __ 100

:J but it HAS altp'aysbeen,doubtful.wheth-: BARTER COLUMNDefinite 4V Subscriptions In all cases cash In ad

ef k paid, as,it,was,troublesome, dangerous vance.: tF
exchange offers inserted .free. State Rate of Advertising application.
uncertain and laborious. Butwjda'the' _
what hare and what want REMITTANCE should be made Florida
you you by Check Central and Peuiisil.arv
= pole and bag 'a, man and
to subscribers Postal
Open only. Note Money Order,or: Registered Letter *
horse can poison j in a day what land ,to orderofFLORIDA. > RAILROAD,

tfcc latter can work keeping him sqp- ''ITILI.,exchange .o-acre.tratt with xa acres in ,DISPATCH AND F.\RMERAND : I
{ peach and trees. Good house THE FLORIDA TRUNK LINE
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piied with:poison so'he.:would not have and outbuildings for desirable residence property FRUIT GROWER

to stop to refill,It takes very little poi hi Jacksonville. Address Box 18, Fairbanks,. Jacksonville. Fla. ((Formerly F. B A N. Co.)0 en IBeleued
Fla. facilities this season for travel .to Florid,
son' to do the work, much'less than, having In addition to Its old and popular
;' ; Jr" when [NEW SUBSCRIBERS ONLY.l] connections the LOUISVILLE & 'NA8H-,
we generally use. applied
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: "CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN.To ( VILr R. R at the River the
u ,the worms are quite small it \takes but GEORGIA SOUTHER, JUDO'lonlaDd(the

KUie while to kill them all. The result insure Insertion in this column, advertisements BIGPremiumOffer, Suwannee for a new' route River from route the to Florida Wet and),arranged Northwest

'of experiment with dry Parisst..year' must be accompanied by the money. via Montgomery,Bainbridge sad Moan-
Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. cello carrying through sleepers from CJNCIN&ATI -
greea was most; :satisfactory TO TAMPA.
received in
Postage Stamps
to'm well tO'the 'most of payment. The road has now no less than
: as ,as my! Count every word,including name and address. '
:-"', neighbors.: Some claim "that it kills Seven Points of Connectloa With

tile boil ,worm_ also _but, I/doubt. that A A "BIG THING"'FOR FRUIT AND VEGRTA-and the North

M my crop on one plantation! :was very addressBLEGROWERS.Sendnname to SOUTH FLORIDA HOME, St Petersburg... Tss.F'LQRI namely Fernandlna Callahan Montlceilo Jacksonville 5
Fla. Live Oak Lake City,. und River
materially injured by the boll> ; worm : D A Junction, making comfortable connections

itod the, army worm did but.. very OR SAtE-Villa' Franca lemons on twoinchspur : with Chicago Kansas City and all northern
;'t I. stock: v fine 35 cents f. o.,b.. Lake Dispatch, Farmer and Fmit-Grower cities, for which this :road is specially In.
ge ltlgion Nurseries,formerly Lake Mattie Nursery. augurated.
J W. B. WALKER: ;Manager,Auburndale, Fla. For one year and a copy ofIbitller's The:Florida Central
"ROM WM. H. MILLER. ;
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"M ;tie'Up ,neck and legs well, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. and ,dealers in Gardening, Florida, ,
,Florida fruits and II the greatest artery or"t.ravel through the
\f vegetables can "strike it
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) alte. iit tpretectshoulders; : of; m.ute. rich" by sending their address to the SOUTH, ALL FOBWhitner'v $:I.OO ( finest parts of Florida: traversing twenty-
er FLORIDA HOME,'fat._Petersburg., four counties-Gadsden. Jefferson, Dnval,
*. FROM 'H.: A. STOLLEN WERK.> Alacbna. Lake Leon, ,Huwaiinte, Nas.an,
,SALE-Two-inch: 'seedling grape fruit; Gardening, in Florida Is'a Levy, Orange, IIHIsb trough. Was a Ha,
"I Jiave poisoned ; every year cent, f o,b. W. B. WALKER, Manager Lake Madison Baker, Bradford' bu rater, Her-
,the Appearance of the, worms., I,, have Region Nurseries,,Auburndale,, folk Co., Fla. 250 pages,-Ing a comprehensive treatiseon DandO and DeSoto-.in their iiohr portb.n.itruns .
;6-18-2t the vegetable and tropical products through the MIDDLE FLORIDA, Rt
used arsenic London
'purple and Florida, by Prof J. N. Whitner, A. M. OION OF HILL COUNTRY where are I ho flue old

f' .- -Paris, green}; have 'used them. with. FOR, ,SALE-Two-year-old Tangerines; Beach This book is much. sought, after for its Farming Lands and the New Tobacco
5, Sweet Seville,on sweet stockand two- *
f- rand,: also, with: water',and have year-old: Belair, Premium, Eureka: Genoa: and. practical information.

: 7 ,I abandoned all} methods and ,materials, Villa Franca on sour stock,,at, 30'cents- W.'B. $2.00 buys the book and our Farms

,!:' '." !except, the Paris ,green and use this WALKER. -"; Aubvrndale, ,P&,-- :::618-2t, :'_ paper for one year. conducted treached by on no a large other scale line)lies, some are of Quincy them, ti

r SALE-Oa Eagle Lake Folk County:Fla. This is certainly grand offer. Sendin Tat uhassee the Montlceilo Madison
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; wtthfift any: mixture.. .J use. it with FOR ; ( capital)
} : acres, or?less. ten cleared. Smallhouse orders at once. and other towns from whose oomtortable,
the.bags and pole, and al59'Ith: a distributor fine protection for vegetables' 'Address C. W. DACOSTA ample dwellings,' reposing In a fertile
> is workedwith': two\ mules W. ){. LOWRY,:Eagle,Lake. r ,itCOR country, Is coming H renewed energy to employ -
; Jacksonville, 11*. ) tae resources lavished abou1'them..
and drive With it:I; poison sixty ,SALE-One second hand 'WashinJrton'Hand z Htretchlng down through

ill:* per day., Attheproper: :: time, Write I for particulars.Press for, sale'_ cheap at.this: office..' 1 lie Peach Country .

')vft:as,the worms are hatching.and' be JACKSONVILLEMARBLE. of Baker Bradford,Alacbna ,and Levy' conn-
toR SALE American Fruit
CHEAP-No. i tie, through the krosperousStrawberry
; fore4bey> do any .damage I, ,start, my} Evaporator. good 'as new. ,Apply: to F. Farmsof

Diti bats? which takes only, one. POWELL, Petersburg,.F1 i. 6-=i-at COMPANY, LawteySUrke Waldoperhapesaperior

hand and two' mules;;: also start sjModi NURSHRY/STOClt FOR SALE At She Lake- 17J'.iC'f\7UU ow. In profit to the orange, grove-It goes throughthe
for summer Retting one and heart of the tttate, penetrating sane ol
with'1hcfpol: and,bags and\go tw-year-old budded citrus trees of leading'varieties > Monuments, Head-stones, the finest groves one having

,_over, 120 acres. ; ,I poison ,at l least175fo grape on fruit heavy seedlings.stocks: sweet Prices and furnished sour orange on application. and S L t IQrave-bordersC' ind all 7O.OOO Full-bfaririg Orange

200 acres 'daily"and.i in ,three days Communicate with E.H.Tisox, proprietor Trees, *
= x ,Lakeland, Polk PIa. Manner of B irble
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pbtXM my :whole crop. -:, r"I .. County, -, 6-4-41-- r passing for nearly a mile between them
YOU' and GranlteUVork.Catalogue making 1U way southward to the Gulf,and to
NEED PRINTING OF ANY KIND?
;,wash my'mules at noon.and! also. DO Send to DaCosta Printing and Publishing the more tropical ,portions of the feHate. In
at nifta,and keep the hands, protected: House,Jacksonville, Fla. and designs sent oa si portions the mate& It reaches'points of

Mtt'e never had either poisoned. for j.rice,of book application. Scenic Interest.
| my copyrighted on
1 double SEND: ing the Ser, method is GENTS WANTED.We Wakulla Springs the Went,the Sawannee
UK the My suc
: quantity:_of, :Paris a Klver, as beautiful and romantic as It Is
.'< that, 1 did when I! ',with cess.will If any doubt this, and wi11"romehere. I also deal In Wire and Iron famous, Hllver Springs. t'. the lake region' ,
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: in.ixed con tract.to pay their expenses and Jioo for ,
lancing, Poultry Netting' farm and the lakes tbemcelves. with their surrounding -
time if I fail to evidence
fto The- of Paris produce enough to prove ''
ar. use *of rolling land interspen with
green it W. TJLOHMAN, Palatka, Fla. and Lawn Traces. Gates. Eta
aluoe is 1-ess ... ,5-28-5t pleasant homes In green 11'0vAloflncdowD
:: t expensive than when M i.- --- --- -- '
tithe clear lake fronts By means of this
used with flour. > ," BOOKS o(at every.DaCosta description Printing neatly and and Publishing durably} road you_ can mot readily reach the

ffI'1, dp with six hands,what I formerly' House, ,Jacksonville" Fla. Hunting and Fishing Grounds.
The pettier! will find on the Hue of lids roada
s did 'with thirty and :d *U .quicker S'PONGIAj the'great roup cure; Iso doses, in greater opp"irtuulty tars varied selection o*
i Mid equally e4ectively. The tablet form, 25 cents; free by, mail. E. W. land thin ou any other road In the 1t!>ta1 -
,worms AMsDErr,Onnond,Fla. 5-14-101
: from lightest soils to those underlaid wits+
::': ''-1 come ,in fodder pulling'time,. ._ clay and marl and of richest ba ultook-
T $PAIR old family Bibles 'make them'as
> your ;
whether for/egnlar mixed faming, sto k 01
ftd to-.vethe cotton the fodder had .I \\ good as new. DaCosta Printing end Publishing dalryfarm'ng peach or strawberry cullor,
to be) 'abandoned. Now I save House,'Jacksonville, Fla. orange graven and vegetable gardens.
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". Jacksonville, Fla. The tourist will be gratified_ with .14*
Sk BRADLEY, orpomona WholeVJ 25 Laura St.,
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4 b t pRIFFING scnery.! The heath seeker on Its 'ampte
sate Nurseries, Macclenny, Fla.,advertise on route can find some. spot adapted to lib
"The dry 1 potson kills ,the 'worms first page of tM number.for contract budding. want On the bard clay roads or-Middle
{4' If it rains before the second, brood This is a rare. chance to' get,trees raised,'aI'Ou KOBN IrRENS': Florida the horseman wftl ride with speed
want them.
fTUYA and satisfaction, and the Florida Central
batches I applied the second time .on STEAM -:-BOTTLING() -:-S Ti ORK9. and Peninsular Is theSportsman's
.HOME CHEAP. pleasant home anD
my'bottom lands and the cotter: remained be secured On the installment plan.:. Nice ,J. H. KORNAHRENS, Proprietor, Route-
: : until 1 frost. Onthe house and two lots in one of the most pleasant NorrPawengfrs from Northern coaneetlons -
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green up.
locations in the city. Address CHAS. W.DA Manufacturer of having tickets over the Florida testis. #
; .tads that had matured I; ,did not 'apply COSTA,Jacksonville, Fku _' and Peninsular to po'nu In Heath" PMritfa
die second time Soda Water,Sarsaparilla, Gingery have the privilege of being take tale Jc k'sonvltle ,
,: and the worms, 'VAN1'nD300' t two-year bud 'aad' 300 % Ale Seltzer and' of over tb.Company's line..*l....".
'Stripped It Fi Syrups .
it"FR DAysip roeCity stop-over within the going IttaMa af tit*.
,Mo. z3r''Z\i i: all Rinds.i ticket;with return to their rests let deltas-
a ttea-free of.extra cfaarte. Seed for mpef
M W. K. WIOWNING.) ,1 O YoU need stationery'of any':kind" paper, j 49T.Sole Ageat for the P.. Wi Cook Brewia* Florida. mailed free. -
,6 tj pens and ink? If so, send to DaCestt Pjfct\ Co'i Pfiseaer Kzport Beer in and half pints.,7s. .' 0. J
x **I, toohld.laot, be, induced to use the and Publishing House;JacksaBTJBc;$. pint A. MACDONBLL. ,O.P. A.

J ti'' silky oHer:.way .than.;witht'.. 'TOR. SALB-One second 1taHw.*. ,,'EAST 13AY STREET ? GTONTraMeMauper.JaeksaavMe, FH
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., ""' I Mahogany Walnut and Imitation Hall, Stands
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11: oS ol1 lte.d tJ-8' :Bed -Lounges Willow, Reed. and Rattan., -

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** Sets Curtain Poles and Brackets.Hpteis. :; .
._ Crockery Sets, Tin,Toilet u., Mirrors, .... '- .

h .. Boardinr l Houses! \ ShIns,.Steamers Offices and. Private Residences Furnished frqm'Top' to Bottom. r 'oil .' -

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I PIIESIC'KL ViE THE GLORY OF MAN '--- OJ'- .4.-

STRBNGTH VITALITY'' .

rOOk1a1CHILIOOk1a1CHILI How Lost! Haw Roga ned, 'f/.c)w 'l: ._ .

SPA8M8 anmot liVelr.troubled wlU, c.
'I e.IS.. The bMt remedy for thll to he RMIFUQE oei.brated.e.A.FAHNESTOCIctSV T Hof k UJ IwS .

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THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA ...a."aa.. '(crQ
fie'dither .
Works Scientific! and Standard Popular Medical Treatise G
STANDINGTIMBER on the Errors of Yontl,Prematurt Decline,Nervous -"
',', on and fayaksl Debility,Imparities of the Blood.
STUMPS.Will And Building Material.CHARLESTONS. -
ilaaorore EXHAUSTEDYITALITYUNTOLD
InlfiU AMSDEN G.BENTQN&UPSON.

MMES'A EAST COASTPOUJITRY YARDS S MISERIESResaHlsr : '
CLEANSWEEP r:. ',-
a.JI.ourtPe varietes' of land" lIt w ter towls. a
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.f twr Area at..Ildac.Asaa,a bey sad a opar&Wtt. from Folly Vice,Ignorance,Bxcestes or
., H.bean ())aal...rrod.toh.a ,term U>.am 71.r wlU pay for the Jlacht.. It will .sly eortTM for Work,Business,the Harried or Social Relation. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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wad for Inrtr) lM CAttlofv tides
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'trie*a.pOKt.l.ard*rm.'.o A4dr w the nifKtarr, Ducks, Hroi z e Turkeys. Aroid mukillfol bretenden. Possess this great
.JAMES MILNE tit SON. SCOTCH'ami, I..A. work. It contains BOO pages,royal Sro. Beautiful
Poultry' snpplles of11 kinds. SAnd a postal binding,embossed,full gilt. Price only $1.00 by :
card for my new lllnstrated catalogue and man,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Inns T
.;::= "OSGOOO" price lists' tratire Prospectus Free,if you apply DOW. The. IRRIGATING : : :

.' Eggs to Hatch ceiTedthe distingniahed GOLD anthor.AND!Wnu'.JEWEILE Parker, M.MEDAL D., re- : ,

7, .U.S.Standard, E: W.. AMBDKN.; Ormond Fla. from the National Medical Association for ::..:., .
this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and
a SCALES PHYSICAL DEB I LIT Y.Dr.Parkerand corps

-,I .5-TON S. 35.Jew.ODtriaL.J'nIchtpUd arantedaS808t&i'a0MPS8Ma8Ii fOOD r of THE Assistant PEABODY, by Physicians mail or.MEDICAL In may be consulted at INSTITUTE the office confidentially of MACHINERY ;, ..

No.4 Balflaeb St.,Boston,Mass.,to whom all ,
at t.a.N.Y iIOULTRY. orders for books or letters for advice should be
: T J ilrected as abore. BOTH .

.2 FAVORITE'SINGER.. "
,NEW ,HIGH ARM. "
Style M shown In eat,with full DEARNESS
set attachments.self-setting nee- Trade Mark. STHAI e llORSBNRL:
die and threading shuttle. .
You can get mew machines OVZ.T [nOLLI C,1NNE1) MEAT KOIl POULTRYWill ITS CAUSES AND CURE. !
,of manufacturers. Bare Canvassers ,Make'Hens Lay .....
". *Commissions of ftf. Beaton
: trial. Warranted 5 years.; Will Make Chickens GrowlSLND Scientifically treated by an aurist of wnrM- 4

.. ,W-&HIATWE: SCWM BADE N., \; Goon" Foir MOULTING! KOWTS wide reputation. Deafness eradicated and PIPE, PIPE FITTING, BRAS'.:. S
hr. We pay,freight. 'F ern?.17 This f cool l is, triclly fresh meat carefully! entirely cured,of from rot.oSJyeara'ltand.nr, I '
,cooked'ground .flue,seasoned and hermetlCRlly after all other treatments have failed. How
VALVE HOSE ETC. :
sealed In 8-lbcanttj Being gibnnd fine,If the difficulty Is reached and th" cause removed ,.- -

THE SELFRESTORERPD can be readily.mixed with soft food and fod fully explained In, circulars,with affidavits -
*>as'to give'each fowl' an equal share. lric and testimonials of cures from prominent Write for Estimates. .
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cti Jan; $:\per ddz. Address JUO LLItDlttt people,mailed free.
If TVCLC.C" CT. to and everyman.old; portage,3rmlddleaaed.,paid. Add rest,'. : SEn' MEAT A WOOL CO. 20, North Dr. A.VONT.11N8,19 East Hlh St.,N.Y .,;:'
y*. U outj81Co1umbusAvs..BostonMaa& I :Ko8toni# ;MAAL f Mention paper.I! 0' or' 4.: ,


; HORTICULTURAL.SUPPLIES." .11P.entry..a! t ;1 II. ,MEN ONLYtI. i I CURE FITS. ,)tit..':"" .

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When; say
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CWEST .1111' For LOST or AILING II .amtO r tag a tixu and than ban them retorn acin.IiMan a
.ALTOOL. and oWet sapOn eneraianclXL vOUS 2)rn1Ln: Y:
,'TIC. =0fnIwW.....tAem alL Sd I Weakness of Body ud!:1D#. Jflacti: radical Are. I bare mad U1e disease of PITS EPI-1 .}

."aI. o..FREE..See41 a.JWIIty. .f"' It....... ..-..aA |sf Error Dhli."*or M"s.Excesses ia..Old c...Yenag..........\., LBP8Y warrant ID1'or AI..LING mudI to care SICKNB88 the word a liteaang.... 1bad1.Because f'I
.Jlhte SOD" CATALOGUE. pabH.... Ahat.l.l7lra'avk'coins. wr 0SDe KKD oMiiixs*pian or wot oebms ben tared Is BOeon. reason tae,sat DOw recetrtng a .'.
TkUTii5T-B.cIt.! to a 4f. aadaPr.eBotU Ot .
: : Sandatooeafori&7i&fali a lreatbe r
JOHNSON t. STOKES' the..r and Pod OBoe'
) l rentedOlr Expnss
S.f'" .It 1t...M N, ......!t",1L, .P.A .!rL MCWCAL CO., BUf ,N.V, $.'O. ROOT'.... M. C.. 183 Pearl 8U, N, TTILLS-


r Jaefcsoovilie: Marbte 9E S .Co.:'isI TM 6srrett Picket, Y &0 Wire, Fence, MacMieWuvutotheposts.Auni.- I'! FR'UITEVAPORATOR': :_ ..,1 ,. '. .
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1111111111! venal favorite. Tk &Mada'J- IrTlouj'r1.81fdltb'YaolfT.uz' ...._ =
irsra rn4pfl.dealers inmon S Tl.e.......1111.eh,. -
headstones in the United States,;" mull ii .In i> oee.6saraat.&Yrelgbtaid.- Agents are report- .'...............we.. Dtuan&M o.w.p."" sT The Nq.-I !},=&Jlt..e&; rrlde.iii sly r dish...[) ,,1 r "
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:always girinf nHifsotion.5 They ve Inr big, sales. MacrnnwWire ..; 8Ly.yDle., Ue; ee.i l ..,.. *_' ? ......A I. "
i and works it.580 W.%30th street,i llr ,etc.from. at.wboleuI4IrccL factory 'toFarahera ," ..,r.....,.w, .' ::_ .... f1a_,; .
25 Laamreet; J wk9o TiFbL wheN have DO. __;;C"' '.' p. ..._ Jr- .....
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Time 53 to 55 howrsbetween? Savannah, New York and Philadelphia -
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,: Charleston, -, ) "and r ** Florida; Linesr? .**. -, -M.IJ and between- *" :_ Boston- and Savannah 65 to 7o' ours. JaW


.AC tiigirfHrnf! : itin_ ihii. if' thia :Lbe I arc appointed Ocean Steamship 'Company. : '

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/* irMay z.iti. at&'1. );.;.."CHBO ir..Tuesda1', June 2d, at 1:00: P.x. .. p'aws; 'a ge Ratan :
':" .. .. June 4th,' at 3:80P.M7
2Mb, at 8 P.X. "YEMABSBE" ,Thursday, '
Jane 1st, at 8 P.x. .."8EMINOLE". ,Sunday, June 7th,. at 5:00 A.'X. .B etwe eJi Jacksonville and Hexr' York: lit claw, IB.OO;Intermediate ,119,00 fin H&50
:, .Jane 3d, at 8 p.x. ...."IROqUOI8rt..Tuesdayt June 9th, at 630A.x.* Steerage,IllfiQ.Jacksonville .
June 6th, at 8 F.x. .."4 Thursday, Jane llth.IttH."as. &OOAx.,
June 8th, ate .'x. ,." Sunday, June ", at'10:30 ATX? and Bottom Cabin C27.QO;Intermediate,S21.00; EzcnnlonJcrJO;BteeraaeJltaBTHE
Jane Itch, at3Px."IMINO!.Tutllda1';! June, 18th,. at IZNoon:, Macalfleeat. &-&tJl oitthu Company are appointed to 1&1l&l1'01loWlz. '
June lJU1, .Thnada1, June 18th,' at 1:10 pxif25.pH: B.AVANNAK'T
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:Y..JttM lMh; at 8 F X4"lBOO.UO > Sunday June 21st:' at : : JmW'roBE.- : '
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1. June 17 ,-BIO r.m.. .."ALOOMQ iuwsuajy' June 26dl. at- : )f. (Central' _or 90,o Meridian,Time.J'KANSAS ] ,_
26th at 6:30 .- .-
June Jane mb 2M,-at at 8 8 JvX.-v.H3HBBOKEE.x.... : "r.Thursdayf daT, Jane Jnne 28th, at 9:30 A A.X M.i CITY.Capt.Kempton..........,.,................... ... Monday,June 11.3O'p m
HV p. ? CHATTAHOOCHEE. Daggett....... .................Wednesday, II 33.00.
.. !da > .. June roth, at ll:80A.. Capt. a JD
at:8 lay
34th s
June P x. + <
S r 1' June seth,-at a P;*X4 .".ilf8I.8a & t, July 2d< at lOOp.X. NACOOCHEE Qapt.Bmltb...... .......:.:=........ ......... ......Friday, : 54.3fl$ m

.. June- .. .. 3. th, ..,. at. <8; P.:.. x..'... ,.....-.. .... ....... -:. > ,. .July, :. .5th-,.,.at 8:00; P.N. CITY CITY OF OF AUGUST BIRMINGHAM,CM*,,Capt.Catherine Bare........ .. _..-.......,.... ..Monday', 8100 8- 7.00pm8.Wam pm
,.. '. 1 TA T.T.&'RASSEB.Ca* FiAer.-: .....:..:.......:.__.......Wednesday, II 10-
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:: '''!' > KANSAS CITY,CUMH.Ke tolI'.n..._ ...... .....FrtdayvCHA1TAHOOCHEE. ." 12- 10.00am
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Cape!DagEett ;:: ; ::;;. : .Saturday, 13- 11.Q'a m
:* St Johns ,RiverLme; NACOOCBE ap... g-......*..,*..'..!.-.UZ'/.i.\ .-.........*._o...........-", is-. 1130 D 111
CITY OFBI NOBAH C a C*Burg ..... .... .........:..Wednesday, 17,2.00p m
CITY OF AUGUSTA JajkjieCUuilne.....,..'...............i.... ..Friday.TALLAHABBlpC ";."'__ LOOp..
:fir. inVefmediaie' Points St. ;'Capt.: Flsher. _-. ......- ...._n..Sat.arday. .4 .:.. 4.20p m
laxIwiL Xnteiinue find# : 'on the d KANSAS'CITYdPapt. Kempton ........;...... .n..*..... Monday',' 0.00 p m
.ro m* *t* *<* r- : CHATTAHfOOsilB&Capt.Daggett ...... .......:;.....:.........Wednesday. .,' ". ,94-- 700a m
NAC frfr flu. C JMJtvfiTOItti ....waw..L*""" '"*"*;._..a..Frlday ", J- 9.00am
CITY OF BIRMINOHAM, CapC B ri..':.......,{.' .V..T.Tsaturday, ?tr':', 10 oo am
STEAMER 'EvEmGL.ADE: : : ." CITY OF AUGUSTA,Capt. Catharine._ ...:. .........Monda ". )- 12.00m

Leaves JacJEseavllle for ttanlbrd SnadayU To eidwid Thursdays' ,at 3:30 p. x. Be-. roB BOSTON.GATErCgTY .

taming,leaves Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10 A. x. Capt. Doane...............,,....!........Thur d&y. Jose 4-;.:*, 4ip, m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Lewli..........__ ....*-.....Thursday, 11- '.("a m
... SrEEJ"AMf:: 1 "WELARA: :' I GA'lEOITY,ea,t. Doane.. ..'...._....._._.t ...>.........Thursday' ', M' 18- 3AO P m
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CITY OF_MAC N, Capt.Lewlx. ; : .Thnnday, a& SJOam
: Leave Jaek on vllle for Sanford 'MOfid'ayi"and ''Frlda.it 3:80 P. x. Return W,leave a' :I ", ,' .. '
&da""aDd at 4oiA.) FOB PHILADELPHIA:,
Saaferd Wednesdays,, 'xf I 4
/ (r TBlt, !Ship don: T Carry Paise gery.) ;
The above steamers are fitted, up with first-class accommodations for passengers, and '
tables wHl with best In market. ,'? DE88OUG,Capt. Asking....:_............!...Thursday,Jane 4- 3 Sip stDE8SOUG
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supplied :!_ ,Capt.; Asking .M..:-. ,...;...:-.....:__._Sunday, *. 14-.11. 0 amDESSOUG.
.. Capt._Askin4s..I..'. .-.-..._........_-.....;..,.u..:Thursday. .. M. 34 _e 10ft .liD _.....
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PJLLAOEConnecting STEAMERS
91 ._ .oJ ." *' ,_ .. .. --_.......
'r...... F. M. IReHJf ONGER. Jr. Fla.Pass:A'gent88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. with the BaTannah,Florida.and Western Bdlway(Waforossrt Ltn)o'er
W F. 8O"'EN FAY,.Traveling Passeriger;A'gent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, FJa.' ". totheTraTell gubUcaBd8htpper advantages equalled by'no otner line. .: -".
J. O. PELOT, Frt. Agt.. ,on wharf;foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville,Fla. Through, 'Tickets. and. via:B-U1 Savannah. Lading. For issued Information to principal and room points apply North.'to'Bast' -and North-WMt(:;

..1'8.1L.. HeW ARB. Flal: 'Frt.; Agent, foot Laura St.,Jacksonville, Fla. J. P. BECKWITH, General Agent H. B. CHRISTIAN,SolleHlng Agent
J. A. LESLIE, Supt, foot Laura St.,Jacksonville,Fla.; 71.West Bay,Street,Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street JaoksonTllltf
MARSHAL H. CJLYBE, AssC Manager.5 Bowling Green, New'York., B.t.: ''WALKER.Agent:: C. G. ANDERSON, Agent,
New Pier No.85. North River New York. City: Exchange Banding.3>v Eun':1: ,a\.
THEO. G. EGBR,Traffie Manager,5 Bowling Green,'N.Y. CBARDSON'& BARNARD Agents LevU' Wharf Boston.
,W. L. JAMES Agent,13 8.Third Street,Philadelphia.
FPM; P. CLYDE .& CO. Gen1! ,Agents o' J. D. HA8HAGEN., Eastern Agent. Sav..Fla.&Western Ry.Co.,331 Broadwa,. N. Y
) G. M. SORREL,Gen.)lana r. W.E.ARNOLD Gen.Tray. Jaeksonrlfle., Fla.
M .**tli wJa"e..rhn".lp"l; 5. Bowllns Greea.!V.'T. I .For Tickets apply to 8,.F.& W.Railway oMce.EBTABLIt9HTD. ..:



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,. Anericus Pure Bone Meal. Americus Bone and: Potash* I HANDLE. ONLY THY BEST AND MOST RELIABLE SEEDS. A COMPLETE STOCK OkHiy

"' ?:rA.eriQus. Strawberry Fertilizer Corn Oats Flour BranWheat Grits Meaf.j
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JPIJJJ5S FOMEVMK VUKIW."you MUBIATE OF POTABH,

*HE MILLS tafle'" ?'wf 4 fwaa. j tola- terribleloathaoma AKAX.TSX8.. ... '

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rust d ltms Z1 tpeittlsss, promptly! ., pmaneatlj': std .dieaply, nse' Oruge BAn IT, bra!
Turkish ffiectrjd' Otetaeat., latmedlato re- IILIZHL '
t lie! Ac 6 ,boOl ia4.oo ite -::1'lithe.only These FerKlhierl live no saperioi Sa 1M market(tad a trial w111 oeavixee.j .

Na/aw,tad remedyAfaewoii 4t ewes tlM worst-sinezlste&e < 1 .
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Parker._ ?......_w..N_._.....:.t.7b J. Olfitita Rye._ .._..__.I3.GOM
Orange Valley...__ __ 2.00 Virginia Glades....._._._. 4.ee
'CONCEDED.'TO' SEETHE: MOST COMPLETE MANURE FOR ORANGE TREES. Spring Valley.....__ _.N .__ 2.60 I Olcle.rboD...._..._.. 6.88
of wood and yield of the best quality fruit. Mr..P.;'C.'.Bufliim, North:CarD IDa CorD...___.::: 2 oO Kentucky' Soar 01' ask.....___ 6.88
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of StaatoaPla.r says: : "X am cultivating nearly 300 acres of orange and lemon trees and a nursery Montrose Velvet.._..__A8.o0. '"
the largest la the State,andI: have,experimented. with and tested all the high-grade,fertilizer]
offered for sale la.the State,and I find yours more satisfactory than any others I have used." -Send Jigs extra: 1 gallon 25c.t 9 gallon 50c.v 3 gallon 75c. Remit by poet oaee
for Illustrated pamphlet. money order, check or registered letter., We cannot ship C. O.D. to dry towns
our beautifully list of Groceries and Wine list, sent free on appllcafcios.
A complete price ,
BRADLEY,FERTILIZER, ,CO.,, 27 Kilby St., Boston. | SSggsff&: : John Clark, Son & 0o. <

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on Orange Lake, the home of the native orange. Rich high_hammock lands, young men for the active duties of life.
ris4fig seventyre feet above the lake level. Flourishing orange groves. Prominent vegetable Chartered by the legislature,of Virginia, and
shipping point. ,Well watered. Natural drainage. Railroad, telegraph post office PIANOS.' endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce,Council
trod sebooi faollltie Universally; 'pronounced) ono,of,the very best,locations in the State.. and For catalogue prominent,circulars citizens and of the testimoaJals dtywherel6c6ted.,address

An IngpeoMonViU. ') ., ; )satisfy, ...the-most critical. !''Inquiries may- be addressed GAlTSKlEi..to: : UNEQUALLED IN J.'GPDUHSMOK3.! President,Staff,Va.
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Established >1856.. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery. Baltimore,22 and 24 East Baltimore Street.
New York, 148 Firth Ave. IF PIll
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We offer for Fall'and winter delivery an immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental treea, Each vine sealed. with
ttoees, Paloaf,etc.. suited Florida. All the new Peaches lately originated, in .Florida cor. rrtffteied' trademark -

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