Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00187
 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: July 2, 1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00187
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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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.FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE,: : .I. )ORCHARD Study in Peach Morphology;Testing the Peaches; '. m It We now have a fine stock'of Peach Seed&etI. 11

*M Y FraHrrom Georgia;'Fruit from achua County English Walnuts and Pecans>> ;The Texas "t. and Marianna Plum stocks ready for tmddisf

57, CHATHAM ST.., BOSTON. Soft Shell Pecan? ., ... ,, ... .< 624 We can'furnish buds of any varieties that haft

.Jt tM twee of weekly, slat. frahIhd Found-An Early Freestone;LeConte Pears; How to Bud; Pineapple Fibre; .. :HSFAKXS& been brought before the public: without extra
cast; Anyone having any new and choice varieties .
a.di.R. : AND TRUCKKB Oowpeas for Green Manure-Boot Knot u a.Sequel; Strawberries in
they wish propagated,will do well to'correspond :!
.. : Arkansas; ,, ., ., '. ,. ,. '.,' 536 with'us before contracting: elsewhere. Oaf .'I

leiB | |r About born-Cobs;Tobacco Harvesting;About Irrigation; .. . SglKaoaiAL stock is large and fine. Will receive: contract or .

-Publications Received; Notes; Work for July Tropical,and Sub-Tropical Fruits; 538 den of any size. All orders must be placed by .
That Inch of Rain;Roman and Florida Highways; Markets;'Orange Prospects at Ormond; 529' July 1st. GRIPPING&BRADLEY,

AGENTS Questions and Replies # "" .* 529 Pomona Wholesale Nurseries, Macclenny: ,Fla ',

'b" FLORIDA FRUIT:_ ,EXCHANGEr .. OVa.Touvo FOLKS. -The- Can,on the Lawn; Why the Bell was Silent;'.A:Hindoo Magician. ; .' 930 HOBSON & CO., 'I"

_f "' ud Yegsktiis* Oua RURAL Hour-Eating Before Sleep; Cooking Schoo1-8 m1thlDg to be Imitated Every; J'F.. NO 33 South Front Street- ,"I

r S$ .!.....-.SteaeteoaiIMBetrth' HcaY'" where;To'Keep the House Cool;,;Summer Beverages;;Our Steam Cooker;Cocoanut Recipes; ,981TB PHILADELPHIA
Water street CMoaiO.GS. .
Ood-BeOlorifled's Mortgage.; Cat Breeders's Society Meets;,State Alliance Matters-Resolution
PALMER Southern Fruit and
; .by MUlwpodAlllanoe" ;Bradford CountT.A.Wance Picnic; -. I .5aS References-Dr. H. Rldgely. FrestJentparmen'
166 READB ST., NEW YORK. : Bank;Dover DeL)D.J.Cnmmtnge,President Smyraa
"The Progressive, Farmer," Alliance Oraton; What They Don't Know in Washington;President Bank,Smyrna,Del.; Florida FeitlUser Co.. Ottaaf"
::SOUTHERN. PRODUCE A ,SPECIALTY. Livingston in Mississippi; r. r'MI viii..ll 1St.:Johnson ft Stokes, Seed Merchaants A
Market Palladelphla: CoL J. De V. Husud.Euat1l .
.Ont>see,Lemons,Pineapples, and all othetFrnttf ,Fla. MaJ.John Mnlllns,Norfolk Va. Produce
How Personal.Property Escapes Taxation; > . ,. 99STATB ; ;
and early truok, also, dried, fruits. National BankPhlladelphla.stencils .'
ante,tart,etev .;. NEWS-NoteS;Her Fame Spreading;' .. .' .. 935 furnished when requested. Returns made
All ooasigBMents promptly remitted torBtesMlls on day of sale.
a d market reports furnished free. Lake County Statistics Rich Bed of Pebble; .' '. .. '. 536
3. ....NDeeI: Bradstreeis., and established PATENT GRAZING
wrefeanU,and banks of toe South,

;, QOO- Very choice Niagara grape root. ODORLESS BUG-KILLER. MUZZLE. #
Our new'.splra18prlnc:Muzzle.,allows stock

t Five-bud cuttings of Niagara to graze and prevents browsing. Price, tUS

a ; 100. ,000 crape for sale :cheap. Kills Melon Bugs,Cucumber Bugs, Tomato Bugs and Worms, Potato Bugs, CabbageWorms each at factory: ,or'1'50 postpaid, cash with
y Both from' old bearing Tines,well matured Cut Worms, Rose Bugs and.all other Bugs, Lice: eta, destructive to vegetables, order. KOREMEN&CO.,
plan's and shrubbery. Five-pound boxes,26 cents each, F.O.B. .
wood. and warranted true to name. 5-21.tr Switzerland, n-
' I eau locate a few very.desirable. hoflaeIssils H.. .HASTINGS & CO., Interlachen, Fla.,
in 8o th Florida. Seedsmen and Florists. State Agents. Day Line--St.Johns .RiverExcept
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'!-* *' ", Anburndale,Polk Cow,F1.3j' *. Sunday. .
PROF. N.' A. PRATT, Consulting Chemist and Mining Engineer.Q. HAVCOCK
STB.ELIZA leaves Jacksonville
L. PRATT Assistant Chemist
foot Main St.,at 2 p.m.for Hlbesria: ,Magnolia,

meT PIKHAPPLR, .SLIPS; Geological, Mining and -Chemical! Bureau. Orange Green Cove Mills Spring and Palatka., Plcolata Leaves,_Federal Palatka Point

t teed iot.prlteIlit JOEL B. BEACH, LABORATORIES, 73 WEST FORSYTE,'ST., JACKSONY1LLE, FLA., AND CORKER BROAD AND 7 a.nau, connects at Green ,Coye Spring Sat
MARIETTA STS., 1TLINTA,"Gl. Melrose Santa Fe.Arrives Jaek soavHla

!i iA '".....e':Rfrer N r erle.t Chemical Analysis in all its Branches. Geological, Mining and 12:30p.m.,assuring early connections: forte
Technical Advice. Phosphates and Fertilizers a Specialty. North and West E.V.If. POST,Gea.Agt,
.etboarB, na.CRIND ''1r' E. W. EBBKTTS, On Board.

100 W. Bay'St.

.T.PAWL J. OVJBKT02C PAXKX. To Introduce thisbright ,
Free Flowers handsome

YOUR'OWN CANE' ,THE PAINE FERTIUZER:'COMPANY: ', monthly.,price 50 cents per year Bthe home rated
w .. of everyone who loves, flowers,who has a garden .
Write for Illustrated Cataevntainlng ,or who keeps poultry, we offer a three
Jape. prices and JACKSONVILLJ'FLORIDA.. months trial subscription and a packet of
t infotmtkm of the. mixed flower seeds,over 300 kinds,for only W
4 f .CItiI t Office 60 West Bay Street,Warehouses and:Wharves at the terminus of the 1'. 0.A P.B.R, sate In stamps.WESTERN
St.Johns River, East Jacksonville.: GARDEN,
ct .- 4-2-4mo Des Moines, lows.
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EvaptrMi.,.,. Wholesale,detlers In and Importers of all kinds of Agricultural Chemicals. IBUYJJOWI.

send us:your name and"we will mail you: from"Ume to"time:much general Information' ,SPECIAL
4 ,FtrHtCt.HATTANOGA -.. '. ,retarding sBCoesefnl orange and vegetableculture in Florida.! '

,The Finest Recommendation to Obtained In the Stated Florida Experiment'Station. Jas.0. 5OO, Inn
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2.T. PAIN:d Sow. Dear Sirs-I have used jour"Orange Tree Food OB mand Down PrtcH-COdeM.
-rd tjufF5& peTe for two years and my trees are growing very finely. It Is an,cxcettentfcrtUitttr Ioaa Btu1I2mM-t8 6 monthly
recommend. ) fltntAlghJflYOtIRk'uJ.7. ," .& P..DZ PAU. 810 Cask,bolane\
.'", -- T.u .. .,Oct.as,I8B6L' ORGAN a JUL Ho Intern! .
'Xaaeaa.: .'PAINX'&soy' Gentlemefi=I am so far satisfied with the result obtained GREAT BARGAIN!
ay the 8M of :your "Orange Food" Ferttiteer, of w used over 60 toss the paM soaXy Had be sold. Curt bold. .
i 'tIM JEWCTT & DwiaHiTCo.MAMAIFACTURCH flralt. is very firm and heavy' Five:yean ooatl&uodi rise of t&is brand shows thai It pro n Write for Baraain SHet.
*- dseee a think tote ghski&&ed fruit'which carries to market under average oondltkms la oxeelest.bape UDDENt
N1PINa .- JIM one'"bad order"report did I reoelve tile past...... The'wood growth BARGAIN' BATES,
sYtMa.d tijths nss nf ':year f#rtlH erl8Hetasgreaaa by some sad AVANNAH
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i ,Is sale death*to'tlwr Red,'Spider, Rust Mite,and Scale Insects: In the] 'liquid form; concentrated, it;is:the cheapest

.''and'mott effective _coibina on;that can be made for the destruction..of insects.; One thorough application each '

: :.i thirty days wBl preveat the.organ: es'from' :rusting: .,Actual use through the season has demonstrated: t &tOut

::. ''Q&afimtb' .Gallons ( if .Water is :Sufficient-fir'EkEFs.ost.: Can be used stronger if desired ; one, two, five, ten or '

..more: gallons. in 50'gaflons{o( water will. n'o.t'i injure j the trees?or fruit It is simply. a matter of cost. .'
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what a few of the t anyarho'have' 'u.sed.ltSat: ,; V
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The Eureka Insecticide if a Specific. for_ .the Red Spider,-Bulletin New Jersey State Experi- with one-third of the fertilizer it now takes. I think"if a man once uses it he will ntver be wflfeg to
>Met Button., -' v. do without It. I consider it one of the greatest blessings that could be bestowed oa orange groves
BoAKDMxy FLA.,May 9, 1891. and. I thlak you deserve the thanks of aU grove workers for your valuable dwcevery. ... M
MIL B.SEAN,JAOCSOWVILLE.FLA Dear Sir We bare sprayed oar groves once with the En- Yours truly; J, R.GREGORY,Lakeside Gto.ft.reb .
Insecticide wan? three pints In:5Q.p11onIof: water and find it entirely effective. We find no J>BL,AND ;FiA. ii, 1891.
$acrtder BOW at all, and hope the job is done for this season at any rate. F.G.SAMPSON. B. BEAK, ESQ., JLcKsoN L LswFL.-Deaf'4 > Sir" In regard to"your wiry of how I was
DEISNf, FLA., March_16, |8oi._ pleased with your Insecticide,.will say.that,although I made.only.two applications and those rather
; '.KLJCBUK! :. Dear Sir=used Hurelca'Insecticiae three times last season on my fifty late in the season nevertheless the results are admirable and exceed my expectations. My trees are
acre grove,and am so much pleased with the result that I expect to continue the use of it. My opinto cleaner and freer from insects than ever before,and my fruit will be classed as bright and fancy:
ies*%&?*** Heed accord flr,to direction,there is no necessity Ja haying rnstyfeuit.; With the bright. shall use your Insecticide next season,giving my trees from four to six sprayters same
insesMeiae to:keep off the used enemies of the orange tree lam satisfied a'grove can be made :. Yours, etc., MORRIS G. MUNN.,.

*;1T 'ftm dBirirachfaMrrir= Great'Tarletraf Manufacturers*:Prices... E. BEAN Jacksonville Fla.

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-far-Ihevanous:forms .,of fungi on trees and plants. Being free from all substances of a caustic, corrosive, of poisonous nature,,it can .

i be'handled; -perfect:safety! t to the:'person; and, applied> t to the, 'trees' at any' stage of growth without! injury. .

This!insecticide. has been furnished' me{ of the largest t orange,growers in the state during the past two years, and has givenpelectsahsfachQn

References on application. _

FOR :RUST: : ilTE.,USE ONE QUART TO FIFTY.GALLONS' OF WATER. When used at this strength the trees should sprayed

b. for the'Rust Mite twice a month through the season. Where labor constitutes the principal item of expense in spraying,t treea it is better

and" cheaper to use,the Insecticide at full strength,.viz.; One gallon of solution too gallons, of water, as the fumes from the Insecticide'will ;

\ 'Kill",the Rust! Mite. .:even .if the solution should not' happen to touch them. In using the Insecticide at this strength,, it will save

,:.three'or four sprayings through the season, thereby' reducing the cost. from one1hird'to! one-half. This is,an Advantage Possessed T "-

B* Other Preparauofl of Sulphur.: If used i in this manner it will also kill the other 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 your vicinity, write for 'price delivered; '

SPRAYING APPARATUS 'furnished to our customers at cost.

cM&MILLER" ; San ,Mateo and Citra Fla. 'F
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:..The" .t nUon'ot shippers to directed to the Plant S..8.line between Havana,Key,West,and,1 Tampa,and: rfouth Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford S.,F.A W.Ky.1M-
weer Jwkeanville dnftsTlUe.Bainbridge,' River Junction and Savannah, Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah Philadelphia, BontoB and New -.
....ud Xerebantl and Miners Transportation Company: between Savannah and Baltimore= The beAt equipped, ,fastest and most prompt lines between all points In Florida and alb
p....forth and Northwest. ..Receivers andZTOBTH Shippers will profit) by the following unparalleled connections r;
dally feat freight service for; all points West via Albany,Jesup; Bainbridge and Double dally.last freight service from all, points North and West via Albany,Bainbrklfe,
4 .....D&b. Jesup and Savannah to all points: In Florida; fast freight trains both via-Gainesville'
'Dattyfast freight all rail' eonnectlOl ':via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern,Interior sonville; Callahan and Live Oak. '. >.. _'
.points, Including New York,Boston, Philadelphia. ,Baltimore,Washington and Four ships a" the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship CorapaBgr ,safflgE from
I Jioe..ee. -0_ -- New York(New Pier North River,) direct Savannah :Monday,Wednesday,Ptidayafsd
neeuosia aweektorNewYorkv1aOcean'steamablpCompal17leavtDcBavannah Saturday. ___ '
....... ,WedJ1e8dQl, an48at1U'daYJ. T- The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave BetteaJtiae4.il
y.boeoB.aeMIOD8aw for BaiUvia Merchants' and Miners'Traneporiatiof Com- 18 and 26 for Savannah direct, making connection on the dock..Savaaaaa&t. wNI'lW
Savannah Wedneeda7 and Saturday. freight trains for aU points in Florida. %
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.JwM.. ..11. 18 ash" every five days from regular sailing day via New York to Savannah. .
OeB&eoalou for Philadelphia every-tea. days' 'via. Ocean Steamship Company,leaving From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., every Tiosday a4
.ltme.Ci 14 and 24.-<< n Friday, making close connection with a,F.4 W.Ry.tor aU points in Floes.c9ays .
IIf BC for Steamships MO. abject to change without' noMce.T "
e-PiorMei DisDftfceb Use is-the quickest- and beat_ freight route from all points- North,East and West to Florida. For full particulars,rates,stencils and shipping r<* pis ale
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w Jacksonville, Florida. to Ms....".tbaII au1seed Two)orals t BSs Sk'sTALUAL8
"wiii.te l lbeea' Vti..W.sera hell i Trees-:, Analysis and prices upoa:appHoattOEC TBXATiBK on tide......M
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82.OO PER: "YBABJ]' JACKSONVILLE JULY 2, 1891. [$2.00 PER YEARGfrbve

They vary as often,perhaps but'not selves justify; this consolidation., But' is, more pr -potent than the other.
and Orc .a.rrd. as widely; that is, when one of them .is. it is a curious fact that;Peen to seed.- 'The} Honey is much the weaker tree
split in two on the plane of its: suture lings always diverge widely from the of,the two, >and its fruit is a freestone,
the halves will be .unequal in ,most parent, approximating the Honey, while; the Peento is a cling, which is
A, Study in .Peach.-Morphology.. cases, but they will not be so unequalas which' 'they generally resemble; !mqre more vigorous than the freestone.In .
Set before you on the 'tabled Peen in the case of the Peentoand: ; the ,tlian they do the Peento; So often confirmation of our conjecture we
to and a Honey peach and examine! Honey. In the case of the Kennard_ ,,, does this occur that nurserymen, are read in a recent letter 'from an Australian
them .carefully. One is a curious writer to Mr. P. J. Berckmansthat
looking, flat peach, lumpy and mis- 1_ ? the Peento in that country "was
.. shapen at"first" sight; and"which wouldbe Y r{: .. originally a freestone."-ED..,
considered a monstrosity if it were .
.. not for its exquisite coloring with pink h i L'A : Testing, the Peaches.

and cream tints,and its waxy, trans, Editor farmer and Fruit-G rower: ; .
lucent brilliance. The Honey is even f tf /Much: of the time for the east :Jew

more a monstrosity; very long, with'a ,, weeks I have been busily engaged in
sharp, re-curved point; and in color a f shipping peaches and the balance of the
dull hectic red. freckled with brownish time have been just as busily employedin

-: green blotches .and shading. awayto :, testing new varieties, of which I
green. \ have a large number from six hundred

Now, suppose a string attached to -seedling; trees planted in orchard ,two .,
each ,end of the Peen to. Take hold ,years ago, one-half of which ,are seedlings -
and, pull it put long. There ,you oJ the Peento and the other half
have the Honey, except the color and J : j : seedling of the Honey. t ,
the long recurved pOInt. +'. As 1 wish to thoroughly test the
Let us'return to the study of the ; ." ;',. fruit on each individual one of these
'two peaches and their forms. It will : .,- ." 6oq trees, you can form some idea oC
be observed that the Peento"is uniformly ._ '! f the "Experimental Station" work
one sided the stem-end; ,that however, which i is' one ,of the' best fain to account (for it by ,conjecturingan which my palate and stomach have
it has 'a shoulder on the right side of Honey seedlings that we are acquainted admixture of Honey,pollen. been called upon to perform., Like
-' the:stem (see illustration) and'a deep with, the inequality is often great: How are we, to explain these resemblances the man whose sense of smell Was so
suture on the left side. Now, lookingat In. the Maggiet the Eureka, the' Bid- ? On the ground that the acutely developed that he could recognize -
... ,the blossom-end, we discover ,that well Early 'and the Bidwell Late, the Peento and the.,. Honey are comple- : seven, distinct and separate odorsat
it'is one-sided on the opposite'side, that inequality between the" halves_ is less ments, each other, the' extremes, so the same time, .! sometimes feel
is," there is a bulge setting in below the marked. J-H; *4-$|(,;-v to speak, of the same family, as pop after a good day's "work" of this
suture, while the opposite :side of ;-, -- .. kind as if 1:could taste,seven distinct
r. the peach is cut under and deficient. and separate flavors, running throughthe

r The ,Honey ,has the same peculiar .r.' 't-- whole gamut of peach diagnosis,
markings. There is the shoulder at ; good, bad, indifferent, sweet,. acid,and
the stem-end,'opposite the suture, and -' high noyau, together with sub grades
at the blossom ecd the bulge below and combinations.,
the suture, matched by a: flattened Of the 300 Peento seedlings, about
place in the flesh just opposite. .- 'of one'-half have produced fruit resem-
But the Peento has'still another,pe- bling the parent, in shape, and the
,culiarity. It is not only one-sided in ; other half are round or roundish-
two places, but 'it is one-sided' in a i oblong. Many of the flat ones par-
third place,' and this last has no 'corresponding take of the parent only in shape and
bulge at the other end of I appearance, a,great m any of them be-
the peach on the opposite side ,to \ lug possessed of a great amount of
': balance it. Still holding..the peach as :y* acidity. Amongst those of regular.
before, 'we observe that the, obverse peach shape there are many handsomeones
I 'side'has'a shoulder above and another (samples of some oi them have
below, thus'rendering this side or half been mailed you), but there are only
t of the'' peach one-third or one-fourth"! two or three out of the 300 that promise -
larger than the reverse or opposite sideor I any improvement. on kinds we already -
half("half' being'used here in the I : have. .
I, In this connection I would that
popular sense). ; ). say
la theHoney:': this peculiarity is not. : there are but comparatively few who .
'exactly reproduced. One half of the T' ) realize how many ,really fine varietiesOf
peach is frequently larger than, the Peento seedlings, of regular peach
other, but the preponderance! seems shape have already been introduced.
to be as often on one side as the .4. Commencing with the Bidwell varieties
oth- r. There.isalso certain amount the Bidwell's Early attracted a
of variability in the, Peento in .this.respect .. t. ... i great; deal attention on account of ,--
-not nearly so m -ch.as'in, the its having been the first introduction
4 '.. Honey-though 'frequently' when',the Now it would seem a daring thingto corn and 'the longest kenneled ::gourd J.,of any of this strain differing in shape
1. fit.a .Mc.half is the'' ,larger,of",theo it declare the Peento and'the Honey. seed" corn are? : It seems 'to 'us' that I'from the parent Peento. Since then,
"*' w'due,to some foreign.cauee, as a: sun to'be of. the same family., In ,length, this: is more. "reasonable explanationof however, many' new* varieties have
stash, on the obverse side., : both of the peach and of,the pit, 'they these rese bla 1ces'"'than is the sup.1 been introduced that are,far superiorto
,'Tbecedimgs: of thesetwo families are the antipodes:of each other. The position that HOI 'f pollen, is ever 1 :' the,Bidwell's Early. In my opinion
,straw ks variability than. either: of resemblances above noted, though present at the genesis of the Peento' Bidwell's Late stands head and shoul
iheirtwo pareats.,, { VY <""- ',, ',;- very interesting, would not of them- seedlings! ;andthat this Honey pollen ders above all the other varieties'that
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the late .Mr JKdwell i introduced. "' Of ing to ripen, and in size, shape and the Kelsey and Blood but ripens this than one tree out of five would bear
the:many named varieties of Peento flavor, also color, are exactly.like the season with the Blood. when raised from the seed, and that ;
!seedfi&gs l have' fruited this year Botan. The only difference that I can Do not be too ready to condemnthe the finest and largest nuts would, as 40:
(and many of them for several previous see is that they ripen just between the Peento; it is the source of nearlyall like as not, produce trees that"would s
seasons)"Bid well's Early,'Orlando, Botan,and.the Kelsey.. The Satsuma, the fine peaches we have been ,Seini&ole i Early ,Arlington, Bidwell's of which 'we have this year for the .the I last few weeks, and there are the case, and I have never heard, it
,Late,.Barr's.Early, ,Barrs Late,., Yum first time a single specimen, is just very few seasons in which we do not questioned the only plan] to produce
Yum, Maggie, June Beauty, Florida's now'turning, while the Hattankiowill have at least some of them. trees,that would, be sure to:bear and
Own, Laura, Waldo' and 'Angel, and l not ripen until 'after the Kelseys. CHAS. KERR. yield choice large nuts i is the troublesome ,
t several others;j'all except the Seminole This gives a continuous'' succession of Archer Via.SATSUMA. >and expensive one of buddingor

are, round or roundish-oblong, and all. these plums, from ,about June 10, BLOOD PLUM.-Medium- grafting seedling trees 'with scions
clings,or semi-clings except tic'Waldo i when the Botans commence ripening, to large, round and one sided, suture from choice bearing ones. Those who
aad.ABgel, which:are free-stones. .' I until August, when the Hattankio very pronounced on one side, termi- have already planted out groves could
I have for: 'some ,time past'noticed will come in. nating in two small protuberances easily'' have them worked 'where, they
the strictures of'the Editor this'paper l'am very much inclined, to the blossomend; reddish-purple to black. stand if the trees are not too large.
'on the Peen to' peach and these opinion that these plums are the best purple, grained with yellow and frosted A Crop of English walnuts or: choice

strictures have, to a large: extent, ,been paying;crop that can be grown, eitherin with bloom ; flesh firm, very tough, pecans, that could be harvested and
II'merited as far as the parent 'Peento, is Georgia or North Florida. Like purple throughout, almost black, with sold when the markets were favorable
concerned;,but I claim"that:the Peento all-other plums, their greatest enemy juice as red as port twine; subacid to good prices, would be an improvement : -
has'been of'great value'to the Statein is the curculio. They are, all subjectto when perfectly ripe, with a wild racy as a money crop, to one of per-
the improved seedlings that it has its attacks notwithstanding the flavor; stone one-sided, small ; quality ishable fruits that must be sold at a
given us, and have_ no doubt ,but that claim's'that'were made to the contrary medium, not good to eat out of hand; certain time or prove. total loss.J .
he is just: as anxious proclaim merit by Jew parties a year or two ago., I wife thinks it' would be good to < H. GIRARDEAU.,
for such peaches as deserve it as he am so well convinced that these plums cook. Monticello,Fla. .
has been to discredit the profitablenessof : will succeed_ here that'last spring we BURBANK PLUM.-Large, i% to >-+-* .
the parent of-these varieties.. planted about thirty acres of them, tU inches long. Nearly refund but The Texas Soft Shell Pecan.
Amongst the varieties which claimare and will plant more again next winter. bulging at the blossom end, sutur e perceptible Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
possessed of the,necessary requisites Hope the'' specimens sent this time but almost bred out in large, Plant the pecan, nature ,brings youa
I would place the ''Waldo.. Now will reach you all well-grown samples ; some specimens fortune. Pecan culture beats banking -
'let us see how:it-sbes up. First, it is right.S.. L. BISHOP. heart-shaped and fluted; color, rich, ;.beats life insurance. ;
a seedling of the'Peento crossed with Waycross.pa. brilliant wine-color] to purple, nearlyall it is wonderful the universal interest

Honey, and is,: therefore, 'as a stockman The specimens (Botan,plums), arriv.I over, shading to ,yellow on under that is being taken in 'the soft shell :
would say, poSsesSed.. .of:good ed in good order. This plum is large, side, frosted; flesh yellow, tough, pecan, a nut which has no equal and
blood. Second, it blooms a' full round or roundish-oblong, one and dense, rich juicy; stone small, thick ; universally liked wherever known. ,
month or more later than the parent, onehalf to one and three-fourths skin not particularly thick but very Beside the great profits in growing "
which'is one of its, highest and most, i inches long; cherry red or wine color, tough, said to be curculio-proof; them, it has many advantages over
necessary qualifications for 'a' 'great grained and shading to a clear:, translucent quality good. most 'orchard products. It is of the
portion of the"State.. Third,'notwithstanding yellowish-green; flesh light yel- PEACH No. i.-Medium, nearly hickory family, very hardy, very
its,much later blooming,and;: low, dense, requires mastication, round, one.sided on opposite,sides of healthy, has no enemies, is of rapid
consequent lessened danger of frost i grainy;" rich, sub-acid, just under the the two ends, with a blunt point; carmine growth where cultivated 'and deep. ,
it ripens at exactly the same time as skin astringent and bitter; skin, .-tough ; shading to yellow ; flesh yel rooted, so that crops can be grown :'
the Peento' (I commenced shippingbcith but thin, ; stone long, flattish% one-sid lowish-white, melting and juicy, no close to it without danger. The trees
Peentoand Waldo on the same ed, occasionally spined. One specimen ., noyau; freestone; ,quality good. have ,long tap roots which will go "tl'
day). Fourth, ,fine appearance; fully ripe was solid red; flesh very PEACH No. 2.A little larger than deep for moisture feeding on soil ul'I'
fifth, fine quality; sixth, fine shipper; rich, :sweet and satisfactory. Quality No. i but similar in all other respects reached by most other trees. This is .. ,
'seventh, heavy bearer, ; 'eighth, never: good.-ED. ,; freestone: ; quality better than one secret of their making such a
cracks on,the trees (seriOUS.. loss in I No. 1.-ED. beautiful shade tree when ,other trees "
some varieties) ninth comes into are leafless. -
; Fruit from Alachua County.
bearing ((1 have pickedmore English Walnuts and Pecans. Many people think there is lots of
very young
and Fruit-Grower,
Editor Farmer :
than half a bushel from a' tree Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: fun ,in being a banker. ,Bankers :
I here
only sixteen months planted 'in'the regret the your fruit inability to Replying to your inquiry of the 20th don't think so generally You will :
k orchard, and my orchard of this 'variety have.found.quite'a during season ; you'would of about the English walnut, I would sayI notice I say beats banking, beats :
variety peachesof root-grafted four black walnut trees life insurance. Well that's, so for
that ; I
L yielded nearly average'" on, the Peento strain. I had fruitingthis
trees of same age). My returns from < about one-hundred seedling with English walnuts, several years the man, who plants one hundred acres i
,my last,consignment of these was $4, season of this class ago, fora neighbor. They all grew of pecans,,at 'a cost of .$300 for the
per bushel in Jacksonville. As near r the over'qrty shapedlike readily and are now large, thrifty trees, i seed, has got a surer !income of muchgreater
and about
common peach, '
much larger shan the seedling English value on the investment thana "
I they have brought'met
as ,can figure'
flat You
could have had '
sixty ones. walnut from which I got the grafts. banker has with a capital of $200-
in a net income of$z.oo per tree-from choice from fiat with 'I
a pale a
+" trees planted oply little over a year your The seedlings, for: sdme reason do not 000. As to life insurance, you have
which is 'not a bad showing r quinine on up, to a sprightlyacid do well,. and there are none in this got to die -to beat that, which is not
ago, and'then if
that '
;; your taste,run that 1
peach culture. section are bearing. Whether agreeable to everyone. Let us makea I
L The Angel,:is another valuable Variety way, some with almost a honey sweet grafting on the black walnut will over- comparison: A ,bank with $200- }\

of which I will write and,submit ness.when I These received were nearly letter and all I gone come the'difficulty and give us bearingtrees ooo capital is satisfactory to-its own "'.
simples later., G.,L. TABER. your can with some of the vigor of.the ers if they can earn annually 10 per ,
. @ten St.Mary,Fk.June 231891. only you a specimens my foster parent, remains'to be seen. The cent., or $20,000 net. A farmer may /
.. .. freestone varieties which bloom and' appearance of trees so treated seems plant zoo acres of the soft shell pecansat
i I Fruit,From Georgia. fruit a little later than the others. favorable, to such a hope.I first cost of $300. He can
; They are not as fine this season.as
MIter Farmer wad rnuR.GrowenI have this month budded about one grow crops on the same ground which
f 'regret' very much ,that,the new usual owing to the severe drought of hundred, two-year black walnuts 'with annually: earns him all the' nuts ,cost.
; Texas plum sent you did not reach May and the early part of June, which buds from the English walnut. Although 'At.six years the trees commence bear-
yew ,in:good condition Think it ..isgoing threatened fruit.Nos. to deprive us both of vegetables the buds were very immature, ing; at eight years they will begin to
and' .
to prove valuable acquisition.By I believe at least three-fourths of them pay; at ten years they bear from fourto
By mail ,I send some Botan i and 2 are nearly alike, some have taken. I will report progress five bushels to the tree; at fifteen ,
pltHBS,which areonly, medium in size seasons No. i appearing the best, andat later on.Speaking. years( they bear ten to twelve busfeelsr !:
; but'which I,'think you will find excel other times No. 2 being preferable.No. of walnuts reminds me of This, remember, is' the growth of the .F;
i. ,lent. We,have, fruited them for:,the 3 is sweeter than either No. i or pecans. There is no doubt that this wild tree. %One hundred acres con ,
Mat, two or: three years hereon the No. 2. nut can, be made a source of consid. tain 3,600'trees. Counting that the ;
Cherokee farm, and while?they are I send also three Burbank plums erable profit; but I think success withit tree; at,ten 'years bears only 'o'&e-half '
'SIR.nee.than the Kelsey they.are much and:; two Satsuma Bloods; they are 'will not follow the careless methodsnow bushel, which is worth $5, we have :
earlier 'and are',equally 'as 'prolific.Owr ., both :vigorous growing trees and the generally pursued. The pecans ,earnings of $I8.oeo-and: this, too, *::
,crop of Boans are just BOW all Burbank appears to be entirely free } no exception-to the general rule?that counting very small earnings to the '
: gone, the specimens I send,bei& some from:.curculio. Both are good :shipper seedlings unreliable, in tact, it i is tree-on an investment,of $300 capital '
of the last ones. The Botankto :and :although one of the Burbanks.I particularly true of this nut. I have (which has been .earned. annually
Chabot seem to be identical with'each send'is perhaps;too ripe to carry well. seen it stated, and my experience in crops on the same gro );' that
other. They are just,BOW;ceawenc- TheBurbank blooms a little later than roborates the statement, that not more we have $I8oco, earnings ou$3oo$ cap4' -

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JULY' 2, IS*!] .ME:, FLORIDA: DISPATCHFABMER,.JLND; J'R ROJVml t 525agaiuftt >
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as our correspondent This excludes -
,itaJ; ; $20,000 earnings ,on a. standpoint, WbiI',1lr., Girardeau,. in This gentleman said that thepeartrees not only the rain says.but the, air
capital $200,000..' Should you count_ another column, )regards ,it from the in Thomas county hid suffered which ,budders generally avoid doing.
two .bushels; which is', ,half .what" the viewpoint of a practical grower.-ED. greatly from! : blight and t tat: the crop This, if practicable would enable one
::' trees bear, ;and, you. have :something. > -.-, .... .+ this,year was an, almost, tutat ,failure; to carry on budding, right through the
Found-An Early Freestone.Editor He that the
very bandsume.Domesticating. ,expressed surprise trees rainy Will Mr. '
season. McColley please
and cultivating the Farmer and FrultOrowerr'Please ., in Leon county had not,,been ;attacked
.1 state whether he has been successfulin
trees should increase, ,their: product, hold up on the Peento until by blight and s id that theorchardistsof
I bring one'of new :find, a seedling : budding on a large scale, 'with the
both in size and thinness of shell. my- this county were. blessed in having buds thus excluded from
their of the Peento and a, prolific'freestone trees of such luxuriant and completely
People are mfde; happy :when healthy .
the air? ED.
peach. It is verfine in quality -
oranges. earn them ,$500. per acre. growth. .
Pecans beat that. The product:. oi f as early as the. 'old Peento, what we And they are. Pineapple Fibre.
the soft-shell planting will ,not sell.at have"' been wishing for: so long, an But while Leon county will ship The plant bears fruit generally in
less than,fifty cents per pound{in'market early freestone, peach. considerably more fruit,this year than the second year, sometimes in thethird
for consumption; for planting, I will let you speak, for your_north ,she did last year, there, will not be year; shdrtly before this takes
much more. The pecan, unlike ny part; of the State, but down herein quite the half of what a .full crop Ii,place, the leaves which, by that time
I ,other trees, produces like, what is South Florida it, is my A>ut-in. At ought to.'be. have attained their full growth, frequently -
planted. Prof. Stelle, an. eminent Zellwood are some Peentos that were Still we ,will have pears to spare. 'I a meter in length, are cut, and
horticulturist has made'a study,of. planted. ten years ago, and they have The ever popular and public,spirited their preparation begins immediately.Should .
the'pecan for twenty years, says-'that borne heavy crops for the past'seven, Florida, Central and Peninsular Railway the fruits be once formed,
ninety per cent. will come true in years, except 'after; the March frost in Company' announce the below- the quality of the leaves deteriorates.:
planting thesort-shell pecan. '90 which destroyed the, fruit when named low, rates on pears in barrels 'The preparation is simple to the
In what way can parents better pro half grown. In 'this part of the Stateit and,crates from Tallahassee to.North last.degree,the leaves are worked one
vide for their children* in their is more sure to bear fruit year:after era points by one, being laid on a smooth plank,
younger days of education ; or for; year than any peach of other peach- To Savannah, 32 cents a crate; 64 and ,scraped with a little earthen pan
themselves for their last days ? Bear growing sections. You know have cents a barrel. or dish until the fibre on ,one side of
in mind, too, this is not for a few said that Florida was the best peach To New York, via Clyde line, 42 the leaf becomes exposed and can be
,years only, but here on a small invest. section of acquaintance; the crop cents"a crate; 84 cents a, barrel. carefully drawn,out. The leaf is then
raent you get incomes for,generationsto is more certain, we have missed'only To New York, Philadelphia and turned over, in order that the fibre
come provided by nature: Let a the one crop since the Peento came ; Baltimore, via Ocean Steamship line, may be detached in the same way
syndicate be' formed and plant one and with the seedlings of it, which are 42 cents a crate; 84 cents'a barrel. from the opposite side.

thousand acres. See what royal income so much superior as market peaches, To Boston, 47 cents, a crate;, 94 For removing pulpy matter from
I Another good point on the where the trees are anywhere near cents a barrel. the leaves a piece of coarse china pot
pecan tree:: the pecan is a''species of given proper treatment, peaches are a To Washington and Baltimore, via tery is commonly used, as good, well
the hickory ,and in toughness and sure and very paying crop. Atlantic Coast Despatch, all rail, 53 made pottery would be too smooth.
strength is asgood, and can be used No Peento, in mine, though. Whenwe cents a crate;'$i.06 a barrel; to Philadelphia The: fibre from the under side f'the
for all purposes;for which the.hickory send to distant markets they do 56 ,cents a crate; $1.02 barrel ; leaf is'of finer quality and therefore of _
,is,used.. The ,oil obtained from this not' bring the money being sold at. ; to New York, 58 cents a crate; more value than that irom the upper
nut.is used, extensively for table and about' half the price of Bidwell's Early $1.16 a barrel.; side. There now remains nothing moreto
other purposes as a substitute for olive and other improved seedlings. Mv These rates are based on fifty be done than to wash the fibre and
oil,, and :the cultivation'of" the pecan last sales at different points have nettedme pounds to the crate. and .one hundred I to bleach it in the sun until it becomes
; could be made profitable the oil $5 a bushel, which is pretty good pounds to the barrel; excess of weightto sufficiently white, though the color
alone.In peach farming in any section. be,charged for at pro rata rates. always has a yellow tinge.
no other country America I have some shipments to make yef, I All single crate shipments will be Before being woven the ends of the
does the pecan grow and 'nowhere and in the round up my little peach' charged at double rates. threads are tied together, the knot is t.
in the'United States is'it',-to.be.found orchard is paying me nicely;iand Shipments made.'by Atlantic Coast so carefully( made that it requiresvery .
equal to Western. Texas. Here it is when returns: are all in I will write it, Line Despatch, all rail*, must be pre close examination to discover it.
not'an uncommon thing "for'' families up, telling.how I put them up for long paid. This is an exaction by the Occasionally the ends of the fibres are
to 'make more ,money in: sixty days shipments. The biggest point i in the Pennsylvania railroad, the delivering united by means of starch, but this
gathering pecans than they could l in 'a whole)thing is tp properly gather and \line.\ F/orzdian. practice cannot be recommended, andis
,.year raising ,cotton in Georgia or pack. JAMES MOTT.LeConte but little used because the fibres
How to Bud.
Alabama. Growing pecans ;i in orchards I I rfdltor Farmer and'FrtHt-Grovrerj thus joined are liable to. loos n.-
: 'is"an 'industry 'that is'"'destinedto Pears.A First, have a sharp knife. Take Translated (from the Indischt ruur

be more profitable than the'':orange Tew.: months ago the graceful good stout'caliro: or muslin and coverit by J. D. Y.
groves.of Florida or California;: In branches of the numerous LeConte both sides with [NOTE BY TRANSLATOR-It is from
on grafting wax, so
ten years the consumption f oranges pear trees in Leon county'were.thickly as to make it. stick and protect the this fibre that the beautiful fine "grass-
has increased; 500 per cent.,, In Central ,studded with young fruit and fears wound from water. For nursery.trees cloth" i is made. The Ananas growsso
California, parties are, planting were entertained that the branches I have strips a half-inch wide and a well in Ceylon and most tropical
'almond orchards of two thousand .to would break beneath the great weightas foot long. countries that it seems strange that
five thousand trees, and'they are made the fruit got older. Then, came the First, cut ypur bud, ,then,. holding the Philippines seem to \\ttain a nat
very 'profitable..It seems' strange freeze, followed soon after by the long it in the left hand, make a straight cut ural monopoly of the very Jcne "grass-.
with the rich soil and the"; climate of continued drouth, and the fruit beganto down_ the stock one inch long and at cloth."] \\ '
the Gulf States that it has been"leftto shed rapidly that orchardists > < j|
r the bottom of it make a slanting up As a Drink in F...vefe
,California and Florida, to develop became very blue and thought the ward cut. Turn the knife to the,right; Use Horsford's Acid Phoshate:.
the great value of orchard products., crop would be a complete! failure But that will ,open the bark. Insert the DR. CHAS. H. _S. DAVIS, ,Meriden,
Riverside Cal.; last year received for rains came and a fair crop remained bud and with the point of the blade Conn., says: *'I have used it as an
the'product. of six thousand acres in on the trees. Now there is
k shove it up even with the lower edgeof accessory in cases of melancholia: and
grapes, oranges, nuts, etc.,$2,225, every indication that fully twenty-five the c ross-cut. Then commence nervous debility, and as a pleasantand
.. 000, an average, of over $370 per per; .cent. more fruit will be gatheredand with the strip at the bottom and wrap cooling drink in fevers, and have
acre. Had that amount of laud been shipped than there was ]last year. .It completely ,over the entire bud. been very much pleased with it."
t in pecans, Say 210,000' trees, at only! Some of the groves carry an im. That will ,keep out all water. In fourteen '
two bushels to the tree, the:,income mense load of fruit,*particularly that days takeoff the wraps.I A Noted Divine Says:
' would have been $4,200,000'and, not of Mrs. E. A. Dyke, in LeConteville, generally leave ,a short piece at "I Bare been lnrTntt'W.ak Stomach.I.lTerPlllf aad
half the risk; care, or cost of.producingthat which is one of the most beautiful the; bottom,'if the wound is not entirely for C.stiv.ne.s B7..psla.. with which X ..a.eleaC
the other crops cost. But I am groves in Florida.A healed. You observe the bud is ....afflicted.,

f too busy to write more.,now; perhaps few days 'ago a gentleman from shoved up, not down. '
L later on I will send'you another article.If Thomas county, Georgia, came .to A good budder can, bud a great,
:on any points I have not, touched Tallahassee, and, in conversation witha many more trees this way than any Ton's Pills
upon, parties desire information, representative of the. Floridian, said other way. You can describe this
write me, inclosing a two cent stamp, that he had noticed .Mrs.. Dyke's better than I can, as I enclose a stock, -
and I will reply.. grove as he drove in and was astonished : budded and wrapped to show how the ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING.

}" HERBERT POST. to find trees anywhere, so work,is done., ,machooQ. ,.
N ": Fart Worth Texan. full of fruit. "Why," said he, "thereare R. L McCoLLEY.Sorrento iae beat medicine in .xl"tance.
Our correspondent gives a rosecolored .more pears in that one grove than ,Flay Bev.F.K.4SGOO D,New York.
view*of the subject .He.looks will be' shipped ',this year from the The enclosure showed the bud con- SOLD EVEBYLOfficc,39 :

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'Jl .1i j ]t IfJt e l\I, and oats are stand-bys.' Corn,is too freight:and never get reports "in bad. disease (root-knot)he would destroy J
., aristocratic for my pine land. It needs order." In 'these respects} they differ the tree as beyond recovery. He has
Cowpeas, far Green Manure-=Root- too much high-priced victuals and from their more aristocratic traveling just plowed ,in sixteen acres of peas
Kfiot as 'a SequeL wants to ride in a private car. It,is a cousin, "Golden wax snap beans." for green manuring, and there are !
_,'Editor Farmer sad Fnut-Orower. mighty good thing to have, but it costs Yes,'I consider the cow pea,of great numbers of farmers hereabouts who 3
I'am ,in receipt of your favor askingme too much. Cora on pine land is too value as one factor in Florida hard- do likewise every year. :
for a Symposium" on'the',subject"of much like shipping squash on a rail scrabble farming, but it is, so far as I But my trouble has been lack of .?-I
"cowpeas! Well, that is a "stlcke road. You put more money into it know, wholly unadapted to the symposium feed, consequently I have cut everything .f.
." Of all subjects'on earth 'I can't than you .get out. Now, cowpeas are 'business, and the jolly com-, that a cow will eat. :
imagine one less',adapted; to'a,sympo- different, They. are like a railroad potators would tearlessly witness its Regretting that I am unable to
sum; than.cowpeas, and of all known might to, be. They divide; they live exodus from the earth and sweetly comply further with your request, I ....
and unknown authors you haveselected and thrive on such as we have, and sing remain yours truly,' \ '
J the one least ,likely to satisfy let us live too. That seems to be fair. "He never will be missed." Wi f. B.'SCHRADER.,
the public as ah ideal symposiarch,or So now I am doing more business withcowpea3and DUDLEY W. ADAMS.. Waverly Farm near'Tallahassee '
or even a common symposiast.; ; less with railroads. Thisis Tangerine Orange County, Fla.
The graceful vine of which poets'sing a.good way to manage cowpeas: At ... BIDWELL'S OPINION.a .
and story tells, climbing ,over anytime when leisure permits deaden, Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower.' ;
trellis and ,tree, capturing sunshine, fence (this fencing makes- me mad) My view, on cowpeas for green 'manure The noted poraologist, Mr. ,A. I.
shower and ravishing,;aroma and, storing and 'plow a piece of pine land. In is that hey should never, be utilized Bidwell, to whom Florida is indebtedfor ,
them up in great purple clusters; April May or June sow it to cowpeas [ in this way, but should in all cases two valuable,varieties of the peach,
the vine and its fruit,wake the imagi. broadcast and, harrow well. In the be allowed toripen their peas and die held that, root-knot is indigenous to
nation, of the symposiarch and ,stir: fall you, will have a good crop of hay on the ground and be plowed under Florida soil and is not ,introduced on
his;wit. The lordly maize hanging heavy and grain. Now comes the great during the ,following winter and the roots of peach trees from other
and golden'ripcjn the Kentucky autumn bugbear that scares so many would-be spring., A heavy growth of cowpeasor States. He also believed that it was
rich to fullness of strong nourishment pea-growers out.of the business. any other green stuff.plowed under not aggrevated on the peach roots, by ,
'i gathered from earth arid air, When most of the pods are ripe'and during the summer months will inva the cultivation of.the cowpea among .4
the lovely maize under the skillful just as,the,leaves begin to fall they are riably sour the land and do more them; and that; it does the trees ,little 'i..
manipulations' of Kentucky witchery ,ready ,for harvest. Get a wagon load harm than good for the time being.I harm if they are kept in good condition -
has possibilities'adapted'to the require- of stakes six or eight feet, long and would not allow anyone to sow peason with liberal fertilizing and culti
ments of the .most advanced sympo- sharp at one end. Take a stake into my land and plow them under ina vation.. He considered potash the
siast. the; field four or five steps and set it green state if they would dp the best,remedy for root knot. .
So, the hardy graiii; that, grows tall firmly in the ground. Then pull the whole work for nothing. If allowedto ., 4
among the mountains and valleys of peas, with both hands and pack them remain on ,the ground, however, .Strawberries in Arkansas.,
Western Pennsylvania i has made the around, the stake in a slim stack; not until the following winter, they will Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower
name of the crooked "Monongahela"classic over twenty or twenty-four inches '1 in enrich the ground considerably and In giving a little of my experienceon
and the added "Old Rye" diameter. Build this to the top of the would be an advantage if it were not the above subject, I will try and ':
causes merry twinkle in the eye of stake and cap it with the greenest for their propagating root-knot; but on give encouragement to all growers. I i.-
the veteran symposiarch. leafiest bunch you can find. Theycan account of their being so badly infested have been interested in strawberry culture
Even the lowly barleycorn, despised be put up thus very rapidly, and with this pest I have discarded. for the last twelve years: und
; as food, under' the delicate will cure through perfectly, and no using them altogether. during that time have planted pickedand
touches of the Milwaukee artist, develops amount of rain will wet them. When G. L. TABER.. shipped from this point. Our
a juice that leads the verdant_ you are ready to take them in pull up Glen St. Mary Fla. first plantation was put out in the
beginner quietly and innocently and the stake and the whole stack will go old Wilson,' the most successful .market
pleasantly down the incline ,to where on the wagon! together with every leaf Editor Farmer and Fmlt-Orower. berry that has ever been grown '
the symposium in full song and whereits green and unbroken. A mule that Replying to your favor of recent here, till the introduction of some of
inspiration is the veritable "Bourbon .; won't smile audibly and visibly ,at a date requesting a statement of my experience the new firm berries. Then came the
Antiquus" from among cobwebs feed of this has lost. the art or may be with "cowpeas as green Crescent, Chas. Downing. Sharplessand
and dust a half century old. set down as a confirmed dyspeptic.In manure, and with root-knot," I can many others, some good, others.
But "cowpeasll"! The symposium is November sow: broadcast in this only say my personal experienceis worthless. i\
silent; the symposiast is sad; the sym same place three pecks per acre of very limited and coincides with the Then the cry was for something I
posiarch is dumb; imagination fails red rust-proof oats and plow under observation of the editor of the Southern early; we got it in the Scarlet; a 'fail.
of inspiration; the vintner shakes his shallow. In January sow 100 poundsof I Cultivator, who, in the June ure. Then Crystal City; good for a
head; the brewer looks his despair; the nitrate of soda per acre, and in number of that journal, recommendsthe few pickings, 'but soon run ,small.
distiller: abandons hope. For a sym- spring harvest a crop'of as bright oats feeding of cowpeas and then applythe Hoffman, 'large and firm but unproductive -
posium the cowpea is an abject failure, and straw as ever grew in any cpun- manure. ; Michel's Early, a' }beautiful) .
and yet, strange as it may appear, in try. After the oats are off sow it to As to root-knot I also am ignorant, berry ot good size, but ''too soft. One
the economy of nature,it has a value.It peas again and plow under, followed but Mr. McLennan, manager of the of our commission merchants in speak.
has a sturdy faculty so valuable in again in the fall with oats. I have Ronalds Vineyards, adjoining'me, ing of it this spring said, "two years
Florida, of making the best of limited done this for years on the same groundand who is a Scotch gardener of forty years ago I thought it a fine berry and en.
resources. If It has a rich place to I used very little fertilizer, and the experience in Europe and America, dorsed it as such. After handling it
r grow in it will spread itself"amazing." | fertility of the land increases. As the says if he had a tree with that for that length of time I see no useD.paOH
If it is in a poor spot it will.not sulk land gets older and richer, crabgrasscomes
and refuse to try, but will spread out. in and we sometimes mow peas
its roots among the dessolate sand and, and crab ras and stack both aroundthe
do its level best. If it can't find ma- poles instead, of pulling the peas
terial 'enough for twenty pods it, will by hand.A D S::
try for ten. If it can't make ten it'wall man who will plow under fine
five, or two, or one.It has, just crop of cowpeas or allow them to
such grit as -we ,Floridians need to rot on the surface and then pay$20 Brilliant '; '"
'grow strawberries and_ peaches '''when per ton, for bailed hay from "Maine .
care 'do all the work and the crate will have need to call for the Sub- Durable ";j y.
,' makers, railroads and commission men treasury bill and want Uncle Sam to. .
get all the money. If we, can't sell loan him fresh made greenbacks at 2per Jw Economics! '
peaches.and cabbage to buy corn and cent. Plowing under $20 worthof ;1
hay, we can just "tie to" the cowpea hay to make $8 worth' of manure is Diamond Dyes excel all others in Strength, Purity, and Fastness. Nose other are
,L, as> substitute for both. The'railroads too much like shipping peaches, and just as good. Beware of imitations, because they are made( cheap and mferier riots
won't divide the money ,the' ,squashsell makes the books have a balance on -
and give poor,weak;croeky colors. To be sure of success use only the DIAMOND DTK
for, sp I have gone, out of the the wrong side. for coloring Dresses, Stockings, Yams, Carpets, Feathers, Ribbons, &c., &C. We,want
partnership am grubbing} :up my The root-knojt never troubles me. ,them to color more goods,package for package, than.any other dyes ever made,aid,to>>give
peach orchard and putting cowpeas, Oh, yes, I have some root-knot. Sometimes more brilliant and durable colors. Ask for the DIAMOND, and take no other. ,
My squash field,is in rice now and I \i makes a few vines look
pea Book Photos.,making tic finest Ink 1Ieiec'
Send postal far Dy* ,Sample Card Erections for coloring or.
,will Have it in_-oats next winter. So[yellow and small. Sometimes it assistsa : (xo matt a quart), etc. Sold by Diucgku. Address '
the sandy road to the railroad depot I.[. starving peach tree to escape death WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.' Burlington, Vt.: .
will} have more) grass grow in its next from famine. But I always get cow- '
season. But on pine land cowpeas I have to the For Gilding or Bronrinr r I r "- &. a'J'TS! Gold< &fIver, Bronze.
..peas.. never guarantee Faacy Articles. USE: UIMmwPJU ? I Copper. Oa1yIO Cent
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foe:..it; ,too: 'soft. What. wee; want, Js feet so that, three or four stories can acres of tobacco. Sheds of this size plants.. A can or pepper _

something we; can ,;:ship.'" be- :made( in one room. and. smaller are best, as larger'ones box can be used perforated for this purpose. :.'1

Now, 'why' not. : discard "all'j the soft : 1)ke''the tobacco, hang the stalkson cannot be well ventilated, which is of The horn and bud-worms appear

varieties and plant those that are good sticks or pieces of plank! about the first importance in curing tobacco. while the plant is in its growth and ,J+

stoppers .I have shipped the:Wilson three feet long, and put these sticks Plans and specifications for sheds will must be quickly picked offor the plant .

from here to Denver,..Colorado, by over the.joists,like railroad crossties. be sent upon application. is ruined. The horn-worm fly can be '
o and arriv d.in They ,should be far enough ,to
express .they1 'splendidcondition. apart HANGING IN SHEDS. destr)yed by use of Jamestown (gymp- _
The.Crescent. keep: the -stalks from touching. The g
son) weed blossoms with "
,After a plant is cut it should if poisoned
with doors should be closed ,
the Win or SOI1e' other! .good all the time. possible, not be laid the cobalt. Place the blossoms in the fieldat
firm kind ,win well here Do not build fire''under the to- upon groundas
to any
carry from 'sand will adhere to i it night on a stick, and the fly is killed x j
Chicago Omaha, and 'arrive IR',fair: bacco, as it ,would ruin it. Let it by sucking the poisoned honey. '
when the
trouble leaf reaches the fac
order hang :until thoroughly .dried. It, will
: fertilized with i a:soft variety. :I'
to they, are ,too;soft for those'points! be brittle.and:of a yellowish color. tory. ,
'When the leaves short off itis i Plants should be hung seven to About Irrigation. ;
Mr. G. D. SmaUey of this, snap (
place, inches ,
eight both Editor +
apart ways. farmer and fruit-Grower.
cured and ready for' casin Incasing
showed me this season some > 'varieties tobacco that is They may either be tied to a lath or I have received lately circulars from r
putting it
which.are the',most promising in box in away pole, or the stalk split and a pointedlath ceitan manufacturers of hot air engines
a saleable. condition, it 01'.
kinds. that I have, the'Stevens
ever seen
it six and for
must run through putting or pumps irrigating purposes. -
not be dry, nor should i it be too :
Alabama' and Bessie' ,' are: ,all'vig'' damp. If it is too dry it will not de. eight plants on a lath Poles or laths ; I should think such "plants"complete
onxts gnawers, firm, large; and, pro should. be in the II would
the hung manner that cost $300 to $|oo.
velop aroma if it is too damp it j
duett{ve. The Stevens is, beyond a will best economize space. Now, while I feel certain that wind '\
moulds. When find it dried
doubt the'earliest 'tha't11 have you
berry The sheds should be mills will never become
the doors for thoroughly very plenty
open a night the leaf
'ever .seen. Smalley Nos. 6; 13 and ; ventilated until in this and it is
will then become moist the tobacco is' well country, too hot in
i 17; :are,some' ',of the grandest pf all l berries Then: take down the and tobacco pliant.andlay 1 wilted} down and the plants hang clear summer and grain is too high to use

tam" ose'plant":O( No. 13'there\ I the stalks like cord wood the of each other. horse_ power, if one is to spend so- ,
erepioked; ,at:oae picking 337 good much for other machinery it would be
floor. a between he FOR MARKET.
sited berries. It is 'the'most productive space { better to down artesian well
put an at
rows. Let the tobacco remain When the main of leaf
at stem a
berry This is broad can
grown. a once. What is wanted in placesin
least' three 'weeks. Then strip the be pinched near the,stalk and showno many
,but) from all I ))1 'yeen of it this of the is
.,,think', it' will bear ,me, .out in what' leaves from the stalk and bind seven' sap, the leaves are ready to be part to raise water country mud a lifting sand JI
The forhe.last few' to ten leaves in a bundle of stems together stripped.The pump ,
say. net,profits I snakes fish, etc. out of the
wrapping with another leaf. leaves should be
*' carefully sorted
years have been abort one-third 'o( and "branches" that receive
Lay them in rows in a box. Pack it ragged and leaves swamps
what they Used to be. Last, season poor ground the drainage of the cultivated land.
when & Louis was paying% from'$1.50; tightly, nail on the cover, and it is being placed together, irrespective of Such ponds apd in dry time
r ready: for sale., -Lake City Reporter size;,also small coarse leaves from the swamps a
to $i, case of twenty-four
per. quarts, contain a quantity of (fertilizing) material
_. -enver" ,. LXMoraao- ,- was paying- 'irom.ss The best planters in. Gadsden, coun: top. The, good leaves should be divided sufficient

$7 .to!. $9 per case,for such;berries 'as ty have.a I large number of ventilating as to size, long together, and of In raising many cases it and to flowingon pay"Jorthe ,
Wilson and Hoffman. doors''or traps 'In the gable end of the short together. expense
The question, the field The
barn, quite down to' the They are then to be tied into or grove. water,
19 :<5ea asked, what berry' shall: ,I, ground., pack- mud, etc., would need to be raised
4 Put out the) firmest When curing tobacco in the rainy season ages, or hands, wrapper packages to only from ten to fifteen feet in most
yyy.ypacan.get and give'them,good they open, the doors wide on a contain from' thirty to thirty five of
.4 cases. Many us were studyingand
cufcwe and they ',will pay you well? clear, sunshiny day, but keep them leaves, and filler packages to have contriving some time how to irrigate -
Yours'for,success closed in ,damp weather. from forty five to fifty leaves. In' ago
but Jupiter Pluvius has
,., C: ,L.. 'TANDO. .\Ve append that part of the circular placing them ,in packages, each leaf; serted, his lately and we ,are getting as .
J'il. n. i'' of Mr. HenrY' J. Fenton, Tobacco should'' retain its natural shape as power
to ditch and drain.M. .
.. ; ,." .,' Agent of the F. C. & P. R. R.. Co., stripped from the stalk, and not in any ready CHESEBRO.
.;: r About OarsCobs.IirlNreirta47rWWkower which is of seasonable interest: case be smoothed'out flat. Mandarin Fla.

: CULTURE OF THE PLANT. In bulking away or ,boxing, keep -- -...'..... .
f 1 the many ,sins of: omissionconumsskm the different grades or kinds of packages
Fields must be kept thoroughly cultivated The century plants at Orlando con
...a: of the last. session ,of by themselves, and pack by lapping
:- and free from weeds. The tinue to grow and their owners are
.the,: Lcgtskturt was this:. They.omit, soil should the tips of the packages. When
be kept mellow,and shouldit now of the opinion that they may yet
.ted b egret:a.;law.to compel' the grain for any reason become ''hard or boxing, use,>only clean dry boxes, leaving be a century old before, they bloom.
dealers fore to 'grind cobs finebefore small between the ends of
-corn ; it be space The is
crusty, must at once worked witha plant forty-three feet
? "they are, mixed with the bran, team or hoe. i I the packages and the box.to prevent high and the Fletcher plant is almost
*saot&; $6w. ,If we must buy! :corncobs molding. )1)o not let the boxes remain
.* As soon as the bloom shows, the forty. ,The latter plant also has a
and pay for 'them twe want, them bud should, be broken.off, leaving on on the ground. "baby" shoot, about three feet high
(finery i .ground, :so hat we will,not be the of the ,INSECTS. which
'.. top plant a good, healthy- just as many as
,so wefl treot; thekeztentof th'eimpoiitioo.
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looking leaf. Some difference of opin- Insects may threaten plants at any the other.

"'t Fit. M. CHESEBRO. ion exists as to the best time for, top time. The cutworm usually) appears t. .

t ,.'. ping, :but the best results have been immediately after transplanting. The BROWN'S IRON BITTERS

'.'l bH obtained as above. most effectual remedy is one table-
oo Harvesting.
: After: a plant is topped a sucker will spoonful of.Paiis green to four quarts Cures Dyspepsia Indigestion -
Let the t tobacco.stand until"the seedpod
; grow to each, leaf, which should be meal or flour, mix wel land sprinkle the & Debility.
appears. WKen you,see it,;crushit .
picked off when two or three inches
between your forefinger: and thumb,"
longand never be allowed to remain'on
not letting your finger-nails 'touch it.:"
ihe,stalk and be gathered.
The suckers ,,will come rapidly: after,, ,
toppingKeep:- : them.well ,pulled l ,off.' HARVESTING.
After *'while the leaves will become Tobacco should be harvested by

darker .and thicker,. ,the yellow :spots 'cutting the ,entire plant when it is 'c'

will appear, in a few ''days the spots thoroughly: 'ripe, ,and not by stripping' .

will become"thicker. Reddish spots its l leaves from time to time, as is sometimes '

will appear over the J leaf and'aroundthe .done. I .

edges. Then it,is ready ,to'be,cut. Aplant is sufficiently ripe for harvesting ENG PILLS'' r",.

Cut ami split the ripe stalks} (; and,,take 'when the.leaves near the top \6 8UJN"/ .
them immediately from, .the field to will snap, when pInched on the under :

the:btrn.. Thisjs -very important, for 'side between the stems. The ripenessof For Wit, Stonadi-.Impaired, Dlfesflw: DfsorM Lfl!!.

if;you have'',the.fine Cuban variety. :,in a;plant'cannot always be determined
the sun a ihort time,it will;;'spoil: i! by its color. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS

The tobacco must be hung,in, ,the TOBACCO SHEDS. PRICE, 25 CENTS PER, BOX.Prepare4 .

barn so that' the' sulks will not'touch 'These should be-sb1 built as'to give oil lb1TH .1I EECIIAY, St.HeI r s, fr ,_'".

each other',and so the air' can drcuUue good, circulation of air tram bottomto I B. F. ALL N & CO. Sole --Agent

through the, tob cco.. It j it( hest'tohave l :top, andarranged: to be clt)setlwhen ,
a num.'ot"lfJi s' about: ,three I
,necessary j I Who if does not them will mail Beech's'P3iUe'oa
feet stretched ( your druggist: keep )
apart muss,the drying A shed 60x32 feet, with. I2.foot'posts [,
room. .A. tier'caa. ::be'i Hade* even four/ :"is. sufficient size .to" .cure'"five- rtwip t el pn*-kit inqvirtfnt. (PItwe ..tieatkis paper.)

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528 ,, > .: < THE FLORIDA. :DISPATCH,..FARMER AND ,:FRlJrt-G QWER. '_. f[JULY 2, 1891. a

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l law'is' well'enough"if the individual sent an"'exhibit there it might have the Lay them across the top of the ridge and
fflOrUQA lIPATGM the middle into the ground with a ;
. \rotRM parent will galvanize into,it, otherwise same effect-drive the premiums over stick press until ,only one or two inches of each

V Olp 1AAnIRi=1 it will be an abslute.ead( letter. to the Pacific Coast. Some people up end remains above ground.. They shouldbe
[ about fifteen' inches on
1'Cf1' planted apart
coraaIa .lAII"AIIV.t :Three fine lads of
our acquaintance there do not 'appear to love Florida, a low ridge about three feet wide at the

as JULY- 2, '1891.. lately created disastrous fire by sur but they mostly like her oranges tolerably bottom and about twelve inches high.
LETTUCE. This can be :all sum-
reptitiously smoking cigarettes in a well. Probably] we had betterif grown
but it The
STEPHEN. POWERS, -, Editor. mer, requires painstaking. ;
h- 'P, 0.,Address, awtey, Fla. pine thicket. we can-send an exhibit, then if seed should be sown in a seed-bed, and
..- kept moist until they generate, or else r
the of the do
findings judges not agree '
Association. the ants will carry them off. When large
Member of Florida Press Some philosopher has said that"the ''
with our "accounts-sales," we shall enough, set out in rows twelve inches .
real end of the world will when two inches in the
come apart, : row. Require
National Editorial l Jcnow how stand. Most Florida
Affiliated with we
plenty of water and fertilizer, but will
man to be able to with the
Association. ceases cope. growers are tolerably well satisfied head beautifully if well cultivated. Han-
insects." Work, work, work is the son, California Butter and Ice Head are :,.
with their accounts-sales, but the flavor -
Publications Recetved.Us.DepartmentofAgriculture doom.of'. the horticulturist in these good varieties.
;-"InsectL1fe": of an orange is sometimes vastly TOMATOES.the stimulating climateof
for June. Also Experiment. Station,Record rot: evil- days on which we,are fallen, but influenced by the inner consciousnessof Florida tomatoes are very short lived

June. the wise one says, "Let us spray." eater. The accounts-sales and have to be planted in succession to
The" Body Politic;Some of its His and the- Rem rep keep up the supply. Unless the land is
edies Tber ror. Hagerstown,Md. '' resent the unsophisticated average cit. well drained they will be scalded before
Cornell University(\ (Ithaca, N.Y.)) Experiment The ."tobacco heart" cannot be leg- izen who for fruiting in the heat of the summer. We
purchases an
Station Bulletin 27. islated out of the cigarette. Far better orange cannot promise success with them when
------.. .-- -- what is inside of it while the find.
-- planted this time of year, but in dry land
Get up a club for the FARMER AND than the American enactment is the ing of the judges might represent the chances are good. Run a ditch three

FRUIT GROWER. brusque but comma>n-sense custom of feet deep, put a board drain in the bottom
: other considerations which would belong of it or even heart-pine rails laid '
Europe. When a citizen sees boy
a close and blocks
in the domain of metaphysics tight on some affording
;We receive hundreds of experi_ puffing a cigarette he quietly takes it water-way underneath, then fill it up

ment station reports on cotton, corn, out of his mouth and puts his heel on rather than that of vegetable physiology. and plant directly above it. The seed
Still are in favor of Florida must be sown in a seed-bed and watered
not we
but ,
hay etc. .a
cowpeas, i it. night and morning. If tomato plantscan
citrus fruits. going to Chicago with the very 'best be started in July they will fruit

We must diversify.< Where a man that her soils and waters and factoriescan some time before frost, when if the seedis

In an editorial l paragraph last week, planted only.cabbages last year, the produce, dressed in her best Spanish the'not frost sown is apt before to catch the them last before of August they,

giving the dimensions of an aloe chances are the merchant now has a linen,. and making an honest have done much good. -

plant, read "circumference" instead of 'monkey resting on his chimney and, effort. The city of Chicago is a much CELERY.-July and August are the '
months for celery seed for
"diameter. the end may be ruin. village we bigger force in this world than the to be marketed sowing in the South. For a crop the

Malthusians hold that population is wot of raised nothing but oranges, State of Florida is-it need hurt no Northern market it may be sownrin, Sep"
tember.. Prepare clean, mellow f
a perfectly -
increasing too fast The 'cigarette then nothing but strawberries, and man's patriotism to say that-and I ,rich seed-bed;and either burn brush

w nelps to the "survival of the fittest now, at length, having arrived at the Florida's absence is capable of detract- :'on it to kill the weed-seeds or else let it
stand until the latter before
of wisdom, is trying things ing from its future much more than it germinate ,
,it destroys the weakest age many celery seed is sown; this will secure com-
including oranges and strawberries will from that great city. New Yorkis parative freedom from weeds and grass.
This has been called the ,spraying Sow the seed on the surface and press
and lettuce and recusant-Achilles sulks in his
' ,even. ,making money, tent down with a board. Spread gunny sacksor
era. Insects are becoming so numerous / judiciously. A genius can work a -but Florida need not follow suit. old carpet over the whole bed and wet

that is quite .possible;for a poundof specialty safely. Let us give the horticulturists of the seeds it night show and signs morning.germinating-which As soon as the '

insecticide to have more inherent > United States an opportunity to degrade will be in four or five days-put the

value than ten pounds fertilizer. The Trade .Edition'of the-Key st, the Florida and insultits sacks on slats a foot or more above the
I orange bed. Continue to water the seeds with ,
In a private letter Mr. Herbert.Post Equator-Democrat for 1891 presents grower once more, if they wish to; afine: spray. Gradually replace the sacks .
!unexpected evidence of the solidityand then we shall have at least the with slats placed very close together,and
says: 'You are well aware that only poor spread these 'further and further apart
of that of industry
old men plant orchards. This"should. prosperity city one satisfaction of knowing what unjust day by day,to accustom the plants to the
: and one newspaper. It is a and unworthy considerations determine sunlight. In ten days or two weeks they '
be reversed, and young men,ought to blanket-sheet ,of each may may be able to bear the sun all day. If
plant orchards the, benefit of which forty pages, the minds of members of a insects of any kind eat the plant, wet .

.. they wiU enjoy.:" number weighing over a pound,,printed great and noble,vocation. them with a fine spray of tobacco water. J v

on fine super-calendered paper, IRISH POTATOES.-These may be planted -

Prot: Brooks says the Japanese never and profusely embellished with illustrations Work for July. every month with success under the
IN THE GARDEN There is not much to same conditions of good drainage as r
talk of the fertility of the,soil. They 'some of which are very beau- be done at this time of the year, bufstill above mentioned for tomatoes. Throw

regard the soil as a man does his house! iful. A great many of these illustra- there are vegetables that have an almost the small potatoes left from last spring
under the trees to become well
salamander capacity of resisting heat and orange
merely as a place, for the plant to,live tlons 'are labeled, "Winter Scenes," drouth. greened and sprouted, then plant them ;

in.: They do not think of raising and are, in contrast, tantalizingly SNAP BEANS.-These are very susceptible inches in a furrow and keep ten covering inches deep a little, cover more two as tr

plants unless they feed them. gorgeous with cocoanut palms, tamarinds to root-knot and experienced gardeners they grow. The first two inches of the
this is the of
I say cause one- should be well.rotted and rich
sappodillas other arborescent covering
half of the failures with this vegetable.If .
Erwin compost, and on this strew alone little
Dr. F.. Smith and Mr. W.
there been trouble with this
splendors of, the wondrous tropics. Its has newland kaimt, ashes or sulphate of potash. Bone '"
T. Swingle, special agents of the should be chosen. Put a shovelfulof
a remarkable'exhibit of the businessof well-rotted in each hill and fertilizers are of little value for potatoesin
United States Department of Agriculture manure most soils. Potatoes may also I be planted -
that .city without a country: stran- cultivate level. They may be planted all in July under thick mulching, always
sent to investigate the diseases of through the summer on light sandy lands'
provided drainage Is secured. .
ger than a vision of the "Arabian or those which are well drained. The
citrus trees, called at our office on been best for table On ,
: Nights, and 'which we have accustomed Wax varieties are use. I
, their way to the orange belt. wet ground they will be scalded. I Tropical and Semi-Tropical !)utta.
to regard as insubstantial as SWEET POTATOES. These be
may Editor Farmer and Fruit-Crower;
Received from Mr. S. L. Bishop, a bale: of its own: sponges. planted up to August. To prepare the Owing to the great demand for
land a furrow and throw into it all
Waycross, Ga., samples of the 'Red PS i the grass and weeds, on these scatter Bulletin No. i of this Division, Trop':

AstrachaB apple; fully three inches in The American Garden hinted that ashes, tobacco stems or any good brandof ical! and SemiTropical.Fruits," and

the. FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER'S fertilizer strong in potash, which is avery the fact that for nearly two years the
their largest diameter; very oblate ,or -# element for the sweet
horticultural matters at the necessary po supply has been exhausted an additional -
flattened of a brilliant red flavor protest got tato. On this plow up from four to six
; ; lot has been printed.. Those
,. ,Vorld's Fair out ,of the frying-pan furrows, and on this bed plant the"vines.
good for an early apple in the South, The ,Providence is a very good kind. who have been refused copies and
scarcely, inferior to the same in Ohio. into.the fire, \by getting, Mr.. Maxwellsaddled From vigorous vines cut the young, ten others who may wish to be suppliedcan

I'.- PS. upon that ,department. (He der end about eighteen inches long; not secure them by applying. This

Florida's anti cigarette law: is a cap- was not though). The 'managers less more really than one necessary.piece from Cut each them vine in un-the is not a revised edition, but such i is }

ital illustration( of the besetting Anglo- seem determined to have Californian afternoon and,let them wilt a little scattered contemplated. ,Respectfully,
Saxon, weakness of trying to govern at the head of 'that department{ ;and ina, shady place; this toughens H. E. VANDEMAN, "
j them so that they can be pushed,into the .
t mankind.' with a "Be it, enacted( ."' The" they tried ag; n.* ,Perhaps if Florida bed with a stick without breaking them. Washington D.C,June 37. .. ,.. i.

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,- Thai: :Inch of Rain. .Markets for Florida Produce. There will be a very great crop of good peaches irrigation by which during the dry

Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: this season,and those who wait for them until season while the other groves were

Since "typ "- is bound to, the first good Maryland fruit arrives which will dormant it wa.kept growing. It has
your try
N1W YORK MARKET be about July 20,will have, a'great treat., Impatient -
the weight of "An Inch of Rain"see ones may eat those things called peaches saved from the March bloom what will

( papers of June 4,and, 18)), will you NEW YORK,June 26. from California now,something a trifle better give it,a third of a.crop, and in it, as ..
.I let him DOMESTIC GREEN FRUIT-Apples are in fair demand from North Carolina. The Georgia peaches, is diversity
please try" once more. to get with might be expected, there more
stock the best
mostly poor; bring
.it .right.. One acre contains 6,272,. good figures,while the poor drags. In itrawber: be which duplicated two years this ago season.were very The fine peaches,will hardly from of fruitage and blooming than

inches ties and other small fruits there fair trade in the others-fruit blossom and buds
640 square ;. one. gallon contains a there this season will be very indifferent, both in ,
231 citric; inches (not i27 'nor though California cherries have been arriving respect to quality and size.-Am. Cultivator. being found in all stages. It is safeto

'2.31)). One gallon of pure water at poorly, which has given Eastern stock better say this grove will have more fruit
outlet. Peaches and of with
slow sale
62. F.,with barometer at 30 i inches, rather poor firm under, light receipts., ,watermelons In PHILADELPHIA MARKET. set than last year. The Bingham and

weighs 8.391 pounds. One inch. of( nuts there is little to note. Following are quota- Summers' groves show considerablefruit

water over an acre weighs 226,225/5 tions: Apples, Southern, new, per crate. 250. to PHILADELPHIAJune 25. set and blossom coming out.

pounds. |idb; per bbL, $i@.t.5o;peanuts,Virginia,hand- The scant arrivals of melons now are selling at From some cause or other the Cor-
picked, fancy, per lb., 4tf@4c.; shelled No. 1,4 $25 to 130 per hundred, and prospects are ,that
One one-hundredth of inch bin does to be forward
an overan" with careful selections'made the that prove not seem as
4c;No.23C.;Pecans,selectedtzc.;do.straIght! by shippers
acre weighs 2,262 pounds, or more lots,new, per lb.,uc.; cherries fancy,per lb., fair prices will be' maintained throughout the in new growth and blossom as

than one and, one-eighth tons. 8@toc.; do., small aud poor,3( c.; gooseberries season.' The shippers certainly must not expectto it should, but many of the trees havea

\VM. E. CATHCART., per qt. 6@8c.; peaches, North Carolina, per car. be able to market their culls and all this, year, fair amount of fruit on them and

Tangerine, Fla. # <* rier crate.500.;do., Georgia per third crate.|I@ and if it Is undertaken very extensively it is generally will doubtless set much more, as theyare

c #-.-. 1.75; do., Florida, Peento, i@j; plums, Georgia, believed that it will ruin the prospects for buds and blos-

Roman and Floridian, Highways. 24 qt. cases, J2@3; strawberries, up river, Sharp- easy distribution on the. balance of their ship showing numerous
less,5ioc;;do., Downing, j@9c ; strawberries, ments. soms.
Gibbon the historian of Rome Speaking about the merchants here being Taken the effect of this
upper Jersey; 47C.; watermelons, per 100,$z5 pre- altogether
says : "The public roads were accu 35;muskmelons,Florida, perbbl.i..so@3. Pears, pared to handle a large bulk of fruit this year on blooming may be a large increase to

rately divided by, mile-stones, and run Georgia, LeConte, per bbl., $3@4;do., per crate, narrow commissions, is only too true, many of the average of this year's crop, although -
most prominent fruit showing
our men are
in direct line from ,one city to an- 5oc.@i.y POTATOES;currants, VEGETABLES, per lb.,, 68c.ETc.-New potatoesare signs of failing health;work at this season consists some of our orange men are

other, with very'.little respect for the In fair demand, though market is not strong; of rising at i o'clock: A. u.and some are fool not only skeptical but affirm that it

f obstacles either of nature or of privates old in poor; supply and only choice stock brings ish enough to think they positively must remain can be of little value, as it is sure to

property. Mountains were perforated, full figures. Asparagus cauliflower and beets until 4 P. M. This cannot be done by any man be caught by frost-Coast Gazette

and bold arches thrown over the have only fair inquiry, while cucumbers and tomatoes or set of men long', and there is no reason why
every house should not be closed sharply at 12
sell slowly. Onions meet with fair sales
broadest and,most rapid streams. The if To these shouldbe o'clock noon-it is better to let the odds and ends .QUESTIONS AND REPLIES.All .
good drag. quotations
; poor
middle part of the road was, raised added an additional 2Sc:. per bbl. for export. layover(rot if necessary).
into. which commanded the Red, Astrachan and other varieties of early reasonable questions,coming from a subscriber -
a, terrace Potatoes, Southern, Rose, prime, per bbl., $4
,will be answered as possible If addressed
adjacent country, consisted of ,sev. 4.75; do.,Chili red, per bbL, $3@4; do., seconds, apples are arriving freely, selling at average of to the editor at Lawtey.

eral strata of sand, gravel and cement, $ @2 75; Bermuda, old prime, per bbL, $3-5o@4; ${1.50 per crate. Replies can not be siren by mall
do. to Onions Bermuda New potatoes are selling at prime to choice per -
poor good, $2.so@J. -
and was paved with large stones, or, barrel $3.50 to $4; medium, $2.75 to$3.25 bar- '
crate,$1.7S@2 Egyptian, 100 lb. bag, $2.SO per
per ; per 134. SIMON PRUNE. G. L. H., Mon-
in some places near the capital with rel Maryland onions, half barrel basket,52
; per ;
@3; Southern potato, per bbL, $3@4;do., per basket ticello. The Simon Pruntts Simoni,
granite. ,Such was.the solid construction $1.502. Cabbage, Norfolk, per bbl.crate, Norfolk cabbage, 75C to$i pjr barrel;Florida egg Is highly esteemed bi prune.our correspondents,

'of the Roman highways, whose, 75c-@$r'do.,Long Island Wakefield,per 100,f2@j. plants,$6 to$8 per barrel; Charleston cucumbers Mr. Charles Kerr and Mr. J. L. Nor-

firmness has not entirely ,yielded to Cucumbers,Charleston, per dozen,5o75C.; do., peT crate 6oc.-Fruit Trade Journal. mand.. It is described as of a large size

the efforts of fifteen centuries. They North Carolina, per crate,300.to 6oc:. Green peas,( m with a very small pit, flesh a rich yellow
Ir* ; Long Island, per bag,500. to 7sc:. String beans, Orange Prospects at Ormond. with a rich aromatic flavor peculiar to
united the of the distant
subjects, most Norfolk, per crate,750. to$i. Tomatoes,Florida, I itself and suggestive of pineapple. It is
Soon after the late frosts in the
provinces ,by an easy and familiar in per crate, 7Sc:. to $1.25;do., per carrier crate,750. considered in California the finest early

tercourse. Houses were to; 11.25. Asparagus, per dozen,4oc:, to$z.25. spring we ventured the prediction that prune they have. -

everywhere erected at the distance of the June growth would show bloom 135. FERTILIZER SPREADER. Do

five or six' miles; each of them was and perhaps set fruit in quantity sufficient you know of a machine that can be at-

constantly provided with forty horses THE BOSTON MARKET. to make up for the loss by frost. tached to a one-horse wagon for distrib-
fertilizers broadcast? If do I
and the of these it BOSTON,June 25. The majority of our orange growers uting you
by help relays was would like much to be informed of
-The market'' is firm with demand with this very
Oranges differed
easy to travel a hundred miles in ,a opinion decidedlyand it. Broadcasting by hand is quite a job,
good and steady. Fancy Floridas, $3.50 to 4.50
the Roman roads. ; when their third blooming, year doubtless know. If one has
day along as you any
choice,good counts, 2.75 to 3; Valencia, 14.50 to
Florida is often called the "Italy of 6 for 714 count and$4 to 5 for 420 count; Messina before last was cited, theyaffirmed ever invented such a machine-one that

America", and it is, compared with and Palermo 360 count, $3 to 4.50;300 count,$3.050 that.the conditions were by no..means can be relied on to do good work,be and so
constructed that the quantity can
that lovely peninsula in several points.A to 5;200 count, $3.50 to 4.50; fancy higher. similar for then the trees were so completely -he certainly would confer a boonon

writer in the Ocala Banner relates AUCTIQN SALES. shorn of their foliage and even small growers by letting it be known.If .
Snow, &Co. sold on Monday, June 22, as follows -
p what he saw in traveling two miles on California ) Riverside Mediterranean many of their limbs, that fruit buds [ you know of such please inform me
: oranges which otherwise would have remained and oblige.-E. A. W., Umatilla, Fla.
Florida had been
highway which box rind '
a : Sweets, $2 to 3.80 per ; paper ; St. at
= worked recently: Michaels, $3.25 to 4.8134 per box; Riverside seedlings dormant were so exposed to sunlight! have The in strawberry use a number growers of different Lawtey contrivances -

"One, stump cut off, one small hole. ,$1.55 to 2.40 per box. and warmth they were forced to come for scattering fertilizers but'
II. Harris' &Co. sold on Monday, June 22d, as out. This the frosts of March
: filled, and three stumps blackened and year they; are all propelled by manpower.This .
burnt a little' by fire:. I also (oundmo.re to follows$2 : California box. cherries in poor order, I2j c and April only killed blossoms and is not objectionable, however, as

F, than, dozen stumps within the II.50 Harris per &Co.sold on Tuesday,June 23d as young-fruit May being unusually dry they are than light and horse-machine.are better among Will small try
plants a
ten.foot limit, wholly or in part, which follows: California apricots,$3 to 13.25 per box; the April growth rapidly matured and to give you ne.xtveek a description of

specifications require, to be free'from peaches,$I.39% to 2.77 per box;cherry plums, $3 stopped growing. Now after a fort some of them.,

' everything. He has failed to touch to$3-e.?per box. night's rain the groves are pushingout 136. WORK ON FLORIDA. Mrs. E.
Snow & Co. sold on Tuesday, June 23d, as follows -
these. One or' two 'of,them_are in the Georgia watermelons at to new growth rapidly: and with it is H. S., Washington:D. C. Prof. David-
: 27 33GSnow coming a second crop of blossoms. son's work, "Florida of To-day," can be
road bed.
&Co.sold Geor
on Wednesday June 24.
the editor visited the old obtained of H. Drew&Co.,Jacksonville,
:.' t 'The.road was posted last year by gia.watermelons at 20 to 35C. Tuesday F1a.; price $1.25.

the ,contractor: and Parker was saved Snow & Co. sold on Thursday, June 25th, as field groves, which usually furnish 137. SECOND CROP POTATOES. C.
follows: California peaches, $z.I2S4 to 1.75;apricots the bulk of the Ormond
orange crop.
the expense this year.. B., Milton, Fla. The best seed for second
:z 500 to $2.25; cherries, $MO; plums, $2 to
The series of visited that
his road groves was Irish is the culls
"I found also bridge, on 2.8i>5; pears, 8734c;oranges,$2 to 4.50. Crop potatoes leftover
E belonging to Jas. Carnell A.A. Hull from last spring's shipments. If laid on
, pre umab y the one he, referred to, as H. Harris &Co. sold on Thursday,June, 25th, ,
..r y;' repaired by, him with two ,inch hard as follows: California apricots$1.3714! to .623*; G. S. Follansbee, L. P. Summers, L. the ground anywhere in the shade all the

plaRk.r peaches; $1 to 1.75;plums, $2.10 to 2.25; cherry H. Bingham and P. Corbin. In the good ones will sprout and may be plantedin
a few weeks, while the poor ones will
,"I,can pick the whole. .of this mag- plums; $2.25 to 2.3134. Carnell grove there are fifty or more rot. Thus a good "stand' may be se

i-, ftifi.c structure up and, throw it on Navel trees, which in addition to some cured. Always plant Irish potatoes deep

' a one farce wagon in ten minutes. It FRUIT IN BOSTON.' ruit from the first setting are again but do not cover deep at first.

i is,a Bridge across a ditch two or'three There is but little native fruit in the market excepting loaded with blossoms; in the Hull 138. MOLES IN GARDEN. A. H.,

feet'' wide. Sleepers cut in the woods the strawberries, which are now nearly grove all the Navels, and many trees Lake City. The best remedy against
these troublesome is to soak the
an natives. Although plenty, prices hold well pests
of other varieties
blooming again.
and pUnks not nailed to ,the sleepers. up.varying fl'OU1IO, to 20 cents per box for poor are seed,whatever it is.until soft,then apply
w : I picked. up'.ooe'of the planks, it was er good, with very handsome showy Belmonts This grove has fruit of the March set Paris'green on it. Plant this at intervals

. ..' rottea.. higher, even to 30 cents:: Pineapples same as last ting sufficient to average; at least of a foot or so along the drill, and sow

.... week:,8 to 9 cents,with Floridas at 15 to 16 cents; .one box per tree. J.- the unpoisoned seed between. The mole

Punta GOT da, one of the great shipping Florida sends a few small apples,very suggestiveof The most carefully kept and vigorously will his soon eat a the few poisoned seed seeds will then add
colic,'which sell for '$z.z5 per crate,and perhaps of the lot get quietus; good
for cattle is growing is
?' I parts : 'eida ,nowshipping grove come up. Trapping never amounte to
few at better price melons are larger
a a ;
tkotteande e-f tens of hat-of Geo. S., Follansbee, the Star much with most men; it requires too
j ph05jt' than last week, end sell at 22 to 25 cents each,by
phate. x.. -the hundred. Grove, owing to a system of artesian j much'persistence. ,

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'1' 'u ii ng\Unusually tired tonight they were: Paris that by the dine the boys had hurriedly waS not there.,' The conjurer told him to

Our ; unusually.eubaued: and,after a,whispered | pulled on their clothes and collected feel in his pocket; and the sovereign was

: word !or two about the games,of the day outside the building,beds and hay there. I

went quietly to Sloop Gradually the were piled "on the ground, policemenwere '"Before we recovered from our surprise .

,THE OAFF ON THE 'LAWN, few tibues'aoout the couege ceased, until stationed at the two streets running the performer borrowed a marked rupee *,

"" the ticking of the clocks could be into the Rue de Reims to prevent from Colonel Montgomery and l laid it J
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:I'm jfolc' to- hitch this 'ere, young:caff,out: here. heard' through all the' buildings. Outside persons or vehicles from passing, and upon the shawL He raised his forefinger :-
in'my front lawn; i *** ,- '" the streets of taris'grew more and others> were ranged all along the,walls to and the rupee stood upon its edge, and .

3 He'll stay right there an'''Chaw'tie1\grass' tffl, more''' deserted, and the lonely" footstepsof : maintain the perfect silence which was at a sign rolled half way across the room

the hull thing is,chawn; .y r'." i the sergents 'de ville were the only absolutely l necessary, for every one and then stood still. At another sign it 'r

.Hc'H chaw the corner off today until he..ct'it. sounds. which broke the stillness of' the cnew that any sound awakening the.little rolled back, and when opposite the performer -

bare; : night. sleeper would be instantaneous death it spun rapidly like a top for a
Termorrer I will move his stake e .'an* he'll: chaw I Frank Harrington had played a little by causing him to fall from his dangerous moment and then disappeared.t{

.t "'OTW, there. :, J too hard that;.day, or his supper, sOme- position down the fearfulnumber of "When asked how he did it, the man

r'" ': 11'._ i< what better than usual'on account of the feet which lay between him and the quietly replied that he had done absolu-

I..oOu bad, yer MY, to,see 4"rtiut'' in a man' holiday> had disagreed with him, for he ground.The tely nothing, ana that we only imaginedwe

front yard. "V". 'f tvasve and started many times question now arose as to how the saw the coin spin around. The

An Wattra' like:a barnyard. .on the'stylish. .. 'boo-, in his seep,!until at last his eyes opened boy was to be saved. There seemed but marked coin was found in Colonel
,levard; !J'r wide and would not close again. It was one way; to take out the grating ''as Montgomery's pocket.

but shall eat that until still. Frank quietly as possible from the window
oaflf grass I get very was unused to being ,
tat the done
basket trick but
fet, not Herrmann describes it A basket
An",if he feels like blattia' w'y, I.:reckon. he will )10.had,never felt anything more oppres rope. as '
hi diameter and 3 feet
4 feet high was
ivethan the silence of the and the But who would undertake BO hazardous -
blat! room,
taken out of the attendant's little box before
regular breathing of the sleeping boys.; a thing? All held back afraid. They
$ We*',I t.5t.toOk. ; : my farm:oat here this was a Che.moon shone in full through the winnow knew that one false : or the least our eyes. The cook's daughter was
and under the basket
country road; just above his head, and threw long want of steadiness woud hurl the unconscious called in placed ,

Across the way wuz .parstchure: Ian'.,.. ware shadows over the floor, which he fancied boy to the ground.. and the next we knew the conjuror
stood behind it with In his hand.
huckterrberries growed took forms Frank Harrington too heard the a spear
queer andshapes around him. rea-
*ty cst was then hitched In my. yard for the hull The: great hall clock, struck two, and he son told in whispered tones why the bell Nobody could tell where that spear down cam
town's inspection* started, so loud it sounded through the was silent. He stood now amongthe from. The man jabbed spear

An, no ,darn eaterprisin dood 'cum row* to room.. At last,.however, he grew.sleepy, group of frightened his eyes fixedin through blood the basket flowed, the chief the shriekedand floor. t
make objection.. and horror the helpless far the upon
was just beginning to doze comfortably on figure so officers forward withdrawn 10
off, when he saw a small, white above him, for he knew that he had held' Several sprang
'W'en this toad groomed a village. street, my .caff robed figure coming slowly toward his in his hand the night before the life of swords terribly excited, but the ;
,, has
wilt in the ; Hindoo calmly said! "Nothing ;
yard, de
bed. Now Frank.had been a little nervous Louis Chaves and had thrown it awayas "
Aa*.,>>ow the, street it happened, and tipped the basket over }
swells*'ith +style-a"city for.some time,:though he wouldn't worthless.He .
'beolevard: *. /::''>; ; '1 admit it for the world, and his heart stood dazed and shuddering until with his bloody spear ,
basket Tho
feat tWill ,hitch: this 'ere young cap'out: here in gave a bound and for a moment he held he heard them wondering around him "Nothing was under tht ,.1

'", my front lawn; '. f..'? his breath, then the figure stepped into who would be 'brave enough to try to child caine into,the room by; the dtk:: >r, "

Hf4J, stay right here an' chaw the grass till,the the moonlight, and he saw that it was save Louis. Then he started forward: and when we turned again to look at the A

P .' hull thing.is chawn. .., i -:: "- Louis de Chaves. His eyes were closed "I'' will gov Oh I let me try. I am"sure conjurer he was seated upon the. floor

'," '. and Frank saw instantly that lie was I can save him' 1" he whispered earnestly.The and e.the basket; spear and blood were

You- ,say the way I carry on makes the whole walking in his sleep, He felt a little permission was granted; and a few "He took short bahibdo stick in his, ,
"ld' a
ashamed of his fears a moment before minutes later all below were held spell-
W a: let 'emlaff: ;this 'ere's my'lawn, an1. this especially. as he had often heard ,the bound as Frank appeared the window hand, threw the shawl over his arm so ?'
'" ". 'reM> ,cak, as to conceal the'stick and instantly he
my ;
other boys say tUat.Louis ,:was. a sleepwalker and cautiously began his descent toward'the
. Aa' .things;h reached the' purtiest :pass the spot to which all were lifted. seemed to be seated crdss-legged in the
wed'hex ever sawn' r '. ,', 4, ': The policemen held the which air, ,about two feet above the floor; sup ".,
Bf an d'',duff'can't let .his cuff.,chaw grass onhis "It is always he, he thought, petu- was fastened just below rope his arms. ported by nothing but the cane under :
lantly., "I.would,be real here if
happy artil-
own lawn. his hand. Lieutenant Bums,'an 1
t 'r't Slowly he neared the place he reachedit
it wasn't for 'this miserable little'royal ; 'siezed
forward the
leryman, stepped' ,
he clasped the sleeping boy firmly i
Wall', let'enr, toff;this here young cafr'shalt: stay i ist. ,Louis stood, for a moment* as if around the waist. A struggle as the little -. shawl, and twitched it away. No rod <<

': :, here'aayhow, :' ', ,',,' ., hesitating, and then turning walked fellow awoke and then, as the two was there, and the man was seated upon "

'An':: ,if I hear,'em ktff too hard I'll trot out the,old slowly along the the length of the dormi boys were carefully; drawn again, the floor, although no movement of his 'A
Frank watched up
tory. him''cunously i
cow, ; body had been seen by anybody.
cheer cheer echoed and down
'" until he B;.w.him reach the door when upon up
I'll.faHch 'em both to the"same. hake. righ't'hcre.. to his' surprise, Louis opened ,it and, the street for Louis de Chaves and "Zc "Then he placed a silk handkerchief 'i
in'my front lawn, : .. the floor and it seemed .
fv passed out, closing it quietly,after him petit Americain. And when, a moment upon ,instantly ';
An', let' 'em slay 'an'"ww' ,the'grasstill 4 'the- hull Frank's first impulse was to out; later, the great bell pealed forth to sum to be covered with a swarm of insects- '

thing Is cha"nf" !! : t',t tS : of :bed,'and follow him. "He spring. will come, mon them to prayers, all knelt with golden and iridescent beetles, flies of

W.Foss-; in'XankeeBlade.WHY : :! to sOme,harm"he thought. '"The stairsare softened grateful hearts around the brilliant hue-all squirming and running :

... ..r ,,. just outside. Then came a selfish young royalist and the brave boy who about. I turned to the man next to mean '

THE BELL WAS.'SILENT. thought. "It is cold. He wouldn't do had saved his life and gained his friend said: 'Isn't that beautiful?
,ship.-American Agriculturist. 4' 'Isn't what beautiful? I '
it for me. Five minutes later Frank see nothing,

Supper was'over in the college Sainte Harrington was fast asleep. I I he rejoined, and when I turned my head ;

Barle. The lessons J '' again to look at the strange sight the
for the next day A HINDOO :MAGICIAN."The .
Every morning at half past five the
handkerchief was clean and no insects j
were all prepared and the werie
bell'of Sainte Barbe rouses the students .
there all.
getting ready' for bed. ,A merry lot'hot of'-the"college. A half'an hour later'it is performer was a tall, handsomeman were"The man at performed fourteen tricks in .

were in the preparatory: department this rung for' prayers. But the hands of the about 35 years of age, and he had all and every one was as incomprehensible ,J
year; nearly all French of course; 'with 'clock pointed to twenty-five minutes to the most lustrous, penetrating dark eyes as those I have described. While he

here and; there a little:-Englishman I from six, ;and .one ,after another the boys that ever were seen in a human face. He was performing he never' looked at the
across the Channel, and in one of' the'beds awakened wondering what ailed the .entered the room accompanied .by one
coins but his
objects, kept on ours,
in the long dormitory' slept;a small punctual old bell, that had never failedin : \ attendant who carried only a little flat his gaze ranging from one eyes to another I

Fank representative ,of our own Republic: its duty since their grandfathers were box about ten inches long. The attend- constantly. If a man started to leave

Harrington whose parents had left 1 babies. They were not left long, however ant took from the 'box a white cashmere the room the Hindoo looked at him, the
him to ,receive his winter's.
schooling'at'! in suspense. Through the long shawl and spread it upon the floor, and would sit down all
; man i
Barbe while purpose gone
they were traveling corridors one of the under professors the performer seated himself upon it. He from his mind.
abroad. Frank was ,a great ,favorite noiselessly passed. With h3 finger on directed his gaze slowly upon each one ,
: "When it was all over the Hindoo smiling ;
among fun the boys, bright, overflowing' with his lip commanding'silence,he(beckonedto of the audience in turn, and then he said informed us that we had seen,nothing ."
of American
gilt. admired '
They' the the frightened 'boys who quickly to Colonel Lightfoot: 'Will you hand to but bad imagined the whole affair,
little 'fellow's
courage and ,daring and gathered round him;and in low hurried Colonel Cooper the sovereign you havein and bewil .f
went thoroughly
that fine sense of honor which is born in we away
tones told them why the bell had not your pocket?
dered. I was so dazed that I even lost
the breast
of American
every true boy. been.rung. In ,the dim gray light of "Colonel Lightfoot said ho carried a back the barracks. We'talked -
And Frank Harrington, if the truth my way
dawn: one of the'professors, looking sovereign as a pocket piece; but he won- it over the next day but could make nothing
must be told, rather enjoyed all this admiration from his window, had seen little Louis dered how the conjurer knew that. As
of it. We tore the floor of
and was not a little, proud oi, de: Cliaves sittingon.. the ,edge of the he spoke he felt,in his pocket and a look the anteroom to even see if the up Hindoo had .
leader #
being a the French.
among boys. eaves, which ran' along'the French roof of surprise came over his face. The sov- :
At the extreme end of, the, prepared for the performance by c o coaling -
dormitory of the
further building,, his feet .swing ereign was not there. The performer
under the '
., stood ,the bed of the only boy ,who refused ing over the terrible height, and his smiled and asked Colonel Cooper to feel a confederate but -
there between the boards
to acknowledge the 'reign in the whole attitude in his did and to his was no space
showing! him to be'asl ep. pocket. Cooper so ,
and the ground Afterward I met the i
preparatory shool of"lepetit American "
; ? The windows above him'were securely own astonishment, found Colonel Light- '
but he declared that I
same man,
as Frank was called. A roud"haughty never
grated, so that the he could foot's sovereign, which he returned
only way had him and that he in
seen never
nature had Luis was
de Chavesj the'last of
alorig have the latter. the coin in his hand
possibly reached,this position was Holding "
Lucknow in his life. -New York Acfvertier.
line of titled ancestors, faithful followers have Colonel asked the -
to. climbed out of the window .al Lightfoot performerhow .
of the Bourbons, and hating wit which the professor was standing, he managed it. .r
an inherited hatred all, that savored, pi: walked over the roof'below, and crosseda 'u 'Manage what? asked the man. '
republicanism. Although, younger: than "'How 'You children turn up.your noses at J
; narrow'ledge which ran between :the. did you manage to get that coin '
Frank' by several yean ,no seemed to two buildings. The professor od for from my pocket to Cooper's? everything on the table. When I was "

have taken an instinctive dislike to the a 'moment horror-stricken, then rushed "'I did not. It has not been out of a boy I was glad to get enough dry

cams, happy'hearted ,1 boy, and, morethan with' the alarming news to the head of your, own pocket.' bread to eat." "I arehaving'a
say, ,
pa you
once baa succeeded in,"I>ringmg bun the "But here it is 'said Colonel
college, who commanding! that the Lightfoot, much better ,time of it,
disgrace. bell should his hand. lookof blankamaze- now
not be rung, had sent immediately opening A
It had been a holiday' and the, boyshad to the nearest maim for assistance, ment came into his face, for the coin, that you are, living with us, ain't. you?"

been having. a very jolly) ,time*'so- be-r, and, ,so ,perfect is the; police system Qf :which he had just taken into his hand, remarked: I little Tommy.: / '

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: time'working out on the table Our Steam,Cooker. f
.. or.gad NEW KODAKS. .
Our ;1\U al I fiome: stove the edible subject her theme,. -. ... Editor!: Farmer and Frult-Orowen .,'

as all'ladies know'who have attendedher A number, of your subscribers have .

'- Bating Before Sleep; institute lectures When,one seesa written me asking the name of the

in operation .and ,sees, it-explained manufacturers of the seam: cooker de-
process "
Some no't You the
persons, though actually( the lesson is understood _and press scribed in ,the issue of the FARMERAND
.sick, keep below i strength; and ; ? :
par remembered. To make the: instruction button,' FRUIT GROWER of 28th of May,
general tone, and I am of the opinionthat where could be \ -
even more practical I, Mrs., Hayes one ,procured, etc.j
fasting during the long interval will have one or two able assistants .uI.p we do the rest., and in answer to other inquiries J

., between: supper and breakfast, and especially who will help in giving practice lessons would: like to'' say, in order to help '

; the complete emptiness! of.the thus. enabling ladies to ,make Sena New Style, aid Sizes lighten the labors of our,oyer-worked '

stomach during sleep, adds',greatly,,to bread or,other dishes under, the guidance ALL LOADED WITH Transparent Films wives, and,to,put them in the way of

the amount of emaciation,.sleeplessness -of an instructor: For sale by all Photo.Stock Dealers. securing this treasure that I.shall be "

meet.and Physiology general weakness teaches. that so'offen'in the' i, Bread; ,2, ''Roasting; 3, Boiling;; THE EASTMAN COMPANY, glad to continue ,to furnish them the ".'

,Broiling Frying 6 Soup Send for Catalogue. ROCHESTER,N. Y. desired information. I sent for a few
body there is disintegration 4, ; 5,, ; 7
a perpetual I
of the cookers for friends and
Salads 8 some
; ,Pastry; 9, Puddings; 10,
of tissue
therefore sleeping or'waking.itis; Cakes; II, Frozen Dishes; 12, Deli minutes, bottle and,cork tightly,,or put all are more than satisfied,,some going ..;
that thesupply
0 logical, to believe, cate Desserts; 13, Eggs and.Omelets; in a pint fruit-jar. One or two table- so far as to say that a hundred dollars

nourishment, should be somewhat 14, Hash and Croquettes; 15, Lunch spoonfuls of this syrup added to a glassof would not purchase their cooker jf,
continuous. As bodily exercise water give an excellent lemonade. If -
another could be had. The
Dishes 16 Invalid's Dishes Scalloped not manu-
; ; 17 half of carbonate "
is with wear preferred, a teaspoonful
suspended during sleep
Dishes; 18, Tea, Coffee and of soda can be added to threefourthsof facturers have offered to furnish one ,t;

and tear correspondingly diminished, Chocolate< ; 19, Beans_ and Brown a glass of water, and two or three gratis for every club of six (freight

while digestion* assimilation" nu Bread; 20, ''Ginger Bread and"Wafers. tablespoonfuls of syrup make a foaming paid by them) and I will be pleased ,to

tritive activjty'continue as usual, the glass. forward such clubs as maybe sent to
food furnished during this period adds ORANGE SYBUP.-Grate the yellow rind me. F. E. WELLS.
more than is destroyed, and increased To Keep the House Cool from a dozen'fresh oranges into an earthenware Bartow,Fla. \

weight and improved general vigor are '1\iuchofthe, beat of our houses is bowl, turn over it one quart of .

the result. supplied by' the kitchen range, which boiling water, and cover closely. Let it :
stand five hours, and then strain througha Cocoanut Recipes. "
All beings except man are governed Bridget keeps red-hot even in the dog- flannel bag, previously wet in hot '

1 by natural instinct, and every being days, says ,The Ladies Home Journal. water. Press_the juice from the oranges SOUP.-Grate the -meat,of' a cocoanut -,

with a stomach, except man, eats before Prevent this by'using a gas stove or and add it to this liquid; to each pint of very fine, and put it in a stewpan,

sleep, and even the human infant, oil 'stove as far as possible. Then this mixture add one pint of water and with a quart of milk and such flavoring -

guided by the same instinct, drinks shut up tight all rooms not in use., three, pounds of granulated sugar. Place as may be preferred. After it has
the stew-pan containing it into a pan of
'frequently day and night, ,and if its Not only ,should the shutters and cold water; stir often with a wooden or :. simmered for twenty-five or thirty

stomach is empty for any prolonged windows be, closed, but the blinds agate spoon, and when the water boils minutes (it must never be allowed to'

period it cries long'and loud. Digestion must be lowered to exclude,every ray I and the sugar is thoroughly dissolved, boil), strain it and thicken with a.bat- :.J
strain and into pint fruit jars, and made from the beaten of
requites no interval ,of rest; and of light, and the doors locked to pour ter yolks' .
fasten the
,If the amount of food during the prevent the running and,out of the on S'n top immediately.FRUIT the two eggs,, part of a cupful of milk,
children thus admit waves of u'.Tronepintof juiceof and sufficient ground rice to give the
twenty-four hours is, in quantity and I ,who red raspberries or strawberries add '
quality, not beyond ,the physiological l !heated ,air. Perhaps ,it 'would be one and a half pounds of granulated! proper consistency. It should then

limit it makes no hurtful difference to neither wise nor practicable to ,her. sugar and bring to a boil. Remove from be again allowed to simmer, salt and

,the. stomach how, few or how short are metically seal all the rooms of ;house' the fire, and when cold, add one ounce pepper being added to taste,, after
c but one room at least can be so of tartaric acid; bottle and seal. Add which'it is ready to serve. .
the i intervals between eating, but,. it two tablespoonfuls of this to three- '
does make a vast difference in the treated-the parlor, and also the fourths of a glass of 'water, stir in one- PIE.-To a quart of milk, add eight

weak and emaciated one's welfare to dining-room between meals ; the room third of a teaspoonful of bicarbonate of ounces of grated cocoanut, three eggs

have a modicum of food in the stomach selected should be closed early in the soda and drink quickly. thoroughly _beaten, half a cupful! ; ,of

o : during the time of sleep, that, .instead morning while the air has some fresh- CREAK, NECTAR.-Put four pounds of sugar and butter the; size of a large

of being consumed by,bodily action -' ness. and before the ,sun strikes the granulated sugar,four,ounces of tartaric egg. Mix and bake as for a custard
acid, and two quarts of cold water in a
it during the interval improve windows ; then'it should, not be
may porcelain-lined kettle, and place over the pie.SAUCE
the,lowered,system.. opened .until late in the afternoon. nre. To the well-beaten whites of four FOR ABOVE.-To a pint of boiling -

I am fully satisfied that were.the Every house should have an accessible eggs add one teacupful of cold water, ,milk add'the beaten yolks of three
door in its roof and when and when the above mixture is bloodwarm -
trap two of and
weakly, the emaciated and the sleep- eggs, sugar,
; stir in. the latter and boil three
this is left of heated air
open, a current flavoring extract to taste-vanilla is
less to nightly take a light lunch or minutes, and bottle for use. Add three
must rise through it and, make a general of this to best.-Good Housekeeping.
meal of simple, nutritious food before tablespoonfuls syrup a glass
bed for draught over all the house. two-thirds full of cold water,and stir in
going to a prolonged'period
should be in color one-third teaspoonful of bicarbonate of
Awnings light ,
nine in of them would be
ten thereby
soda.., This be flavored with fruit
and should be at .all 'windows and may a
lifted into a better standard of health desired.
jon syrup FOR THE TOILETThere
doors those the north.
' the contrary, persons, that. 'are ,too except to They If eight ounces of bicarbonate of sodais
are'great helps in keeping out.glare, put in a bottle with one pint of cold -.
k stout or plethoric: should 'follow an is no more useful or elegant ar-
New York Medical but ,they should be chosen'of a kind water,'and a Little of this used with any ticle than Ayer's Hair Vigor-the most
opposite which is readily raised and lowered., of the soda drinks, it will be found more popular and economical, halr dressing
JoiIrN convenient than using the dry soda.. the market. It the hair
After sundown, a plentiful wateringof in causes to
-* Shake well, before using. "
street and and all grow abundantly and retain the beauty
your pavement,
CookingSchool-Something to be Gu Put two of
aF.B.RrrE. gallons water -
and texture of youth; prevents bald.
the garden you possess, will cool the sliced lemons with the seeds
.Imitated Everywhere., eight ( ness, heals troublesome humors of the
; Mrs.\V., M. Lecturer: wonderfully.. removed) and two ounces of bruised ginger scalp and keeps it, clean, cool], and
, Hayes,. on
in kettle andboil
; a porcelain-lined healthy. Both ladies and gentlemen
Cookery ,in the Minnesota Farmers' > ten minutes. While this is boiling, Hair
Summer everywhere prefer Ayer's Vigor to
Institutes, has been engaged to establish put four pounds of granulated sugar in other',dressing for the hair. Mrs.
a,Cooking School,at the .Chau- LEMONADE-The size of' the' lemons two gallons of cold water and one ounce any Lydia Moody",
and the taste of individuals Vary too of of tartar stir until the is
cream : sugar
Assembly at Waseca .Minne- E. Pt ton, Me.,
Uuqua much to'make any exact rules possible, well dissolved. Turn both liquids intoa writes 0'1.Ask, For C bare used
,.scrta.n but a formula that suits the majority of large stone crock, mix well and add : Hair Vt
The following list of twenty lectures tastes is twice the bulk of granulated sugar three-fourths of a teacupful of yeast. Let ye g-
time and it has worked
demonstration lessons will be se- ,that there is lemon juice, and; eight it ferment over night, and strain and or for some ,I troubled with
lected from the class, desire times'as much water.: Roll the lemons, bottle. This is a healthful as well as I wonders for me. was
as may dandruff and falling hair, so that I was
that the juice may be more easily ex- cooling and refreshing beverage. ,
in'giving a course ,of daily lectures on tracted; press out the juice by hand or GINGER BEER.-Granulated five rapidly becoming bald;,but since using

the Assembly! grounds. These lectures with a lemon squeezer;.carefully remove pounds; lemon juice, one sugar teacupful, ; the Vigor, my head is perfectly clear_ of

are for all persons: who care'toiprove every seed as they impart a bitter flavor,,: honey ,(strained), one-fourth,of a pound; dandruff, the hair has ceased coming
and stir the juice into the water to which out, and I now have a good growth,of
themselves in.the art of cooking :; I bruised ginger five ounces and water,
the added before the lemons the same color as when I was a young
and in the manner of .living.' sugar was five gallons. Boil the ginger half an hourin
were prepared.- Iced water is essentialto 'woman., I can heartlIyrecommeDft.eus&
: one gallon of the water, then add the
They! will, be thoroughly,practical,and good lemonade. other ingredients and strain. When of Ayer's Hair Vigor to any ORe suffering ,

will,deal mostly with the'best'ways of :LEMON SYRXIP.-Extract the juice froma cold, add the well-beaten white of one from dandruff or loss of hair." ,*

cooking the every-day .necessities, dozen good fresh lemons; remove the egg, and one teaspoonful of wintergreenessence Hair
though making fancy and embellished pulp from the skips and boil it a few -or lemon if preferred; stir thor- Ayer's Vigor
minutes in one pint of water. Strain oughly, and then let it ,stand four days
dSsfces be Mrs.Hayes .
t also taught Prepared by Dr.J.C.Ayer k Co.,Lou en,Mini.,
this with the without disturbed. Bottle and
liquid juice through a being keep
has a }happy power, before an cheese cloth bag-add; one pound of gran in"a This will keep for months Sold by. Drufgbt.. and, Perfumer.. "*., *

aasteace of .talking,and at the ,same e. elated sugar ,to each pint;, boil eight cool than if yeast were used, 1.. .'t g' ..

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:4:. = :, 'O1CA$ OF THE STATE FARMERS IMilBflCE BflD I IfllUSTlIHbVOL. ) { UfilOfl.,

V. "Agriculture is the Basis of Wealth." No.. 27.' ,


TOM SAWYER, .. .' Staff; ,Contributor plements,come into as 'general use as It is one of the peculiar traits of to do with the ;abolition: of slavery.' It "':,

on American farms, half and proba- human nature that 'a company of men was the "act of God," working J
I NOTE: :AND COMMENT.. bly ,three-fourths, the numbers now associated together will very often do through the civil war, and the imme- (I
',- employed on the lands of Europe things that anyone of them individu- diate occasion of that war was the splitin
Henry Ward Beechejr used, to tell a would find their vocation gone, and ally would denounce. ,A kind of craze the Charleston convention.-ED.]
story about priest;' irTthe olden time would necessarily swell the numbers or: contagion. takes possession of themin a <
who was called to blessthe': field of a seeking service in other channels their associate capacity which it 'is'i: To Forward Alliance Aims. ..

poor' ;farmer prior to planting. He Heretical as it may appear, the suggestion hard to, analyze and define.. College Editor lance Department: .
came and after surveying the,soil, remarked is ventured that. the social students in their various sophomorical I enclose you a copy of a circular

to' agriculturist: "Prayingwon't peace of Europe depends upon the pranks and hazing operations do things letter I have sent out, which will explain -
do any good here; what you continued maintenance of its armies, under the stimulus of association thatno itself: ,
want is manur" where disciplined upholders of social one would think of individually Dear Brother Lecturer:' : j ...

There are multitudes of tenant far!!' order are evolved from materials that, In the case of labor organizations we As County Lecturer I invite 'you'to .
mers everywhere whose guano bills being but half employed, clothed and often find excesses contrary to the best meet me at on---, at,-,
have swept away the whole property; fed, would otherwise swell the greater instincts of the members as individ to consider the following'questions:
the accumulation of the wages of years army of discontent. *! uals. We suppose it is in accordancewith I. The best means of gaining and

of honest, intelligent, skillful labor The salaried officers of the govern- this principle that good, philan- disseminating' information as to" the j
and frugality. If an inquiry of this have little with the thropic and even Christian men when formation of a "People's Party.
ment can sympathy ,
sort could ,be made of every farmer in' since their salaries combined in great moneyed corporations 2. The best means of instructing !
toiling masses, are '
any of the Middle States,who is finan' 'affected contraction of the often use their great power sc the members.of the Sub-Alliances on
not by cur-
all the demands of the St. Louis and
daily involved, as almost every farmer rency. If such an officer's salary is unscrupulously as to oppress the com .
.is, "What is the cause of your this when there mon people.N. E. .Farmer. Ocala platforms. ..,
$1,000 are $10
year The best means of securing the I
difficulties? the' almost invariable answer 3.
circulation it is
per capita-in equiv Whose is honest and
money more organization of the State, District and '
would be 'Guano bit's.
lent his if 1
to doubling salary, the safe, the. present or*the proposed ,new .County "Legislative Councils." :;
We don't want our readers to con circulation is reduced
to $5 per cap' money? Suppose a foreign enemy or In view of the delay of the State
elude that we blame. bankers money- ita. The same is true of taxes and all a domestic insurrection should take President in organizing the lecture :

lenders, speculators and full.handed. moneyed expenses. They have got possession of National Treasury or system, I take upon myself, to call together -
merchants doing business at enormous be made feel this and is
to to sub treasuries and capture the gold and the Putnam County Legislative t
profits on a credit _basis, secured by no better way to do it than to relegate silver held for redemption of certificates Council, chiefly for this reason: At
mortgages, because they oppose the them to the walks of private citizen- based thereon and the hun- in
our next county meeting September
sub-treasury idea. These gentlemen ship till they learn from experience ,
dred millions held for our le- we have to choose the delegates the
are simply doing what, every farmer, the',effect of the contraction of the cur gal tenders and the United next State meeting in October or

mechanic and small 'merchant ought rency.It States bonds held for security of bank thereabouts. At that meeting will be
to douse his influence 'and vote to
is devoutly to be hoped that the notes, where would our boasted secur- chosen the delegates to the next national -
his interest and that of
years will be many and long before ity be? Yet we must admit that such meeting. And at that meeting
his wife and his little ones.-Chickasaw -
America will require a great ,army as a capture is in the range of possibilities. of the "Supreme Council" will be ,
Messenger.: a balance-wheel; but should the unemployed How different the ,case wouldbe chosen the delegates from the National '
Paper money, so called, ,has no ap- by reason of the progressively with the money based upon land Farmers'Alliance and Industrial Unionto
preciable intrinsic value. Its, value greater use here than elsewhereof and its imperishable products. That meet delegates from the different
,consists in representative quality.If 'labor saving devices throwing myri-- security would be equally distributedall societies composing the "Confederation
a million dollars of gold or silver is ads out of employment who can no over our common country, and of Industrial Organizations," to .
,sunk in'mid-ocean the world is poorer: longer resort to the land (which no such a basis could never be captured. 1 whom the question of the formationof
by that amount. But if the same Even if records of land and :
device can increase), become as numerous general a "People's Party" will be sub-
amount in paper money is burned in ,a as discontented and as greata loan office be destroyed, the county mitted. !
conflagration the world has,lost noth menace to social order as seems and district offices would contain duplicates It is therefore most important that i

ing. The persons who held it may probable, the time will come when it to insure safety. all the Sub-Alliances, through their 1

have lost, and the bank, State or corporation will be both easier and safer to feed, This "People's party" will cut but several lecturers, should be fully ,in- ."

that issued it may have gained clothe and house in regiments, brig- an inconsiderable figure in the next structed on this and other weighty
but tHe general wealth has neither ades and corps d'armee than to supportin presidential election but it is the be. questions prior to our next, county
been diminishedn or decreased.ALBERT .
pot-house idleness such elements as ginning of a movement that will meeting.
GALLATIN, BROWN. follow the lead of Johann Most-C. amount to something in the days that I shall feel 'obliged by an answer at
Business men ought to be shrewd WOOD DAVIS. are to come. It is the beginning of i your earliest convenience as to whetheryou

enough,to see where their interests)lie. If the principles of the 'farmers' an organized war against what is can attend this meeting on the-.

The 13,000 failures of last year'.should. movement' are dangerous and threaten termed "money power," just as the Hoping you will not fail to be,present, !
teach, them that ''the ,road to bank. the credit of the nation, as the repre abolition movement was a war on what I am yours fraternally, 1
ruptcy is growing easier every year sentatives of the, old parties declare, was then r denounced as the "slave E. M. KING,
through the agency of the old parties.The now is the time to ,enlighten the peo. POwer." A few furious and uncompromising Lecturer for Putnam Co.,
business ,man's interests are in pIe by a thorough discussion of them. fanatics were able in the Banana, Fla. .

1 common with. those of the farmer and The label of the old party rests very end to array the great body of the G. H. B. Smith,. of Knoll Farm,
laboring man. When these prosper the lightly on the voter of the present day. peopleof.a majority of States in behalf made The Leader a call Tuesday.
business ma 's.. day: of prosperity is He is doing considerable thinking on of their cause and to drive them intoa From him we obtained a little informa '
also at hand. Their political interests, his own account. The brass band and war that shook the nation to its tion on freight rates which enablesus
too, are identical. The farmer and the torchlight procession are rapidly foundation. What are we to expect to place the matter before our
laboring man are, on the, right 'side. losing their power, and with the marchof from a movement ,that is able to ally readers in a little different shape. The
,When will the ,businessman get there? ballot,reform in the several States, the conservative farmer'with the ,mot tariff (that's an expressive word) on a
-Peeflts Ml ssenger. the boodle methods become less advanced of the socialistic fanatics, single squash to Philadelphia is 234

May it not be better ;for the,workers potent. Will the old parties take. the that will muster the honest and hard- cents; to Pittsburg on a head of cauliflower :,
t to support ,a given proportion( the hint, or will they depend on party loyalty working producers of raw or manufactured 10 cents; on. a head of
,population in the disciplined 'idlenessof i. and not realize their mistake until material with the idle and lettuce, 3 cents; to Cincinnati oft ah
the army than in that of the street after the ballots are cast? What has profligate proletariat and invoke the average size tomato %4 cent.: In-'
and the pot-house? The' lands being happened in Kansas, Nebraska and tyranny of government to overthrowthe creased rate over last year to-Phili-

fully, occupied, European .agriculturecan other Western States can be duplicated despotism of corporate wealth. delphia from 69 to 75 cents;.to S va-B-
furnish bUt little additional era- in almost every State in the Union. Ocala Banner. [The few "uncom- nab from 46 to 51, centsF'per'crate.Isn't .

.poymsntt and should,labor-savirig im- '-Washington Post. prising fanatics" really had very little [ this robbery? ../ ,: ,, ,':**" "
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JUL, 2, 1891] ,l-' <' <. ,";,_ THE' FLOB1DA ,DISPATCH, FARMER AND-FRUIT QRO\VE&' ,533: ..: .

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God-Be-Glorffled's- Mortgage.\ exhibition is the trick cat, "Muffins," the support of the government, the RICH FLORIDA lANDS
owned by L.,A. DeRibas, of Boston. tithe payable in gold silver or greet :
He bought, in 1665, a farm of stumps and stone, [By ,hard work for half .a day shipping -- backs. This advance from our government ,
HI name was God-Be-Glorified, his-surname I it cabbages a Florida AlHance-mai 'to be returned in not less .

was Jones might be able to pay his way into this than one year's time, unless a stay of
He put a mortgage on the farm,and then,in cot
notable spectacle. He may feel longer time i is.recommended by count
sdous pride .
tolerably, small sometimes when he commissioners, thereby rendering'' i It
"la twenty years I'll pay it up!"said God-Be-Gl
ri4i icd- receives his returns for.a carload, but impossible for: the financial kings to
we doubt if he feels small enough to organize a panic. As this money i i is
.y The mortgage had a hungry: maw that'swallowc basis but
participate in this exhibition. But not advanced on a gold on
corn and wheat _
He toiled,with patience; night, and day to let the one thing is certain! -where there aJe: the first fruits or wealth of the earth,

monster eat; '.' cats there are cows, and the cows giv industry, and true value of real estate, i
He slowly worked himself to death, and on the milk.-ED.] is a better base than metal, and that
calm hillside : .-e.- the State of Florida be made responsible
They laid the monster's reach good Got..
beyond STATE ,ALLIANCE MATTEBS. to th* National treasury for:
Be-Glorified., %. the return of said advance to the

' And the form with its incumbrances of mortgage, ,Resolution by Millwood Alliance citizens of Florida. A

stumps and,stones, WHEREAS, The financial system an< --- *1*-
It fell to young..Melchizedek- Paul .Adonlrat laws of our government are under-thi Bradford County AlliancePicnic. Farmers Stop ar d Think.

Jones; control] and are in the interest of and Last Saturday, the 20th inst., wa WHY Spend the best years of your-
Mekhizedek was a likely youth; a holy; gods;y
man, manipulated by financial tyrants, and held the annual; picnic of the Bradford life cultivating the soils of the frozen

h And he vowed to raise that. mortgage like a nobl, said laws, are adverse to ,the in- County Farmers' Alliance. The 151! North and West raising crops on which

'Puritan. terestSof: the masses of the people,, day of June is the anniversary of the the freight is often not realizedwhen '

And he went forth every,morning to the rugged who compose and should control the Farmers', Alliance in the State'of Flor;' you can buy land from the undersigned,.

mountain'side, republic of the United..States for the< ida and our County Alliance have< rich and fertile as any known lands;'

And he dug as dug before, him poor old God-Be general good of all citizens, and as the each year selected that day, or a day and where you can raise a.crop that the

Glorified; and down the dissatisfaction is widespread and as:; as near to it as practicable, for a coup. United States Government will pay a
He raised pumpkins potatoes .
monster's throat to pour; there is a determination on the part of ty picnic. This day the Edward: BOUNTY of$roo'on,.each acre.

He gulped them down and smacked his jaws and the people demand a just and prac.. bridge, on New: river, was the place HOLD On, this isn't all. You can sell
calmly asked for more. tical ,code of financial, laws to be,enacted decided upon by the Alliance for their: the said crop right there in your home

He worked until his back was bent,until his hair to empower the masses ,of the picnic, but as it had been ranting quite market for $250 per acre. You ask for
was gray; people to obtain the.great resources oi considerably the location was founc the "How" and the "Wherefore."

On the hillside, through a snowdrift, they dug the country that. they are entitled to,, to be, a rather wet one, and there Quite right-facts and figures count best.

His! first-born his grave son one,Eli day phalet! had no time. to wee] by honest industry and economicaluse being 'no buildings in which to escapea Plant the Land with Sugar Cane,
and brood of,capital, so as to enable them to wetting in case of a storm, it had
their,debts and better their con. TO OLD Farmers and careful perusers
For the monster by his doorstep growled forevei pay been decided by wise heads to hold
dition in general and church- of papers, the fact that there is now
for his food. the picnic at Rattlesnake!
WHEREAS "mother earth" has been about mile from the original meeting established near ,Kissimmee, Fla., the
He fed him on his garden truck, he'stuffed his a
ribs with hay, disgraced and ignored as security by ground. This place was found to be St. Cloud Sugar Refinery, is stale

And he fed him eggs and butter,'but he would said unjust financial laws, and high, dry and, a good church and news.Ve are talking to all our.
not ; friends. Sugar cane can be raised as
go away school house there which althoughnot
WHEREAS real estate and the income ,
And Eliph let he staggered with the burden and cheaply as corn, and Uncle Sam will..
then'died, from the industry thereon, 'is needed to ,keep dry, served very
a bounty of two cents per poundon
Mekhizedek and God-Be-Glo and relieves the nicely as a harbor 'from the broilingsun pay you
And slept with old : good security ,necessity the manufactured sugar.,, ,The St. ,
rified. of metallic basis and a place of rest.
a by mortgagingsaid
in Osceola (Co. '
Fla. ,
Cloud plantation ,
Then the farm it fell to Thomas,and from Thomas 'real estate and the first fruits of At 'an early hour the teams from of ; the
averaged pounds, sugar to
fell to John. these, for a loan or advance direct to every direction began to arrive. People 4,500 and it will
Then from John to Eleaiur,but the mortgage still the people, from our government, and came on horseback, on foot, in acre last year, go 5,000

lived on;' andPaul WHEREAS, a tithe paid for said advance carriages, in carts and any way to get pounds this year.METHODS .
Then it fell to Ralph and Peter, to Absalom
or loan would assist materially there. ? This isn't the only big

Down through all the generations,but the mortgage to support the government for said By 10 o'clock the woods were well chance of your life, however. The
killed them all. advance or assistance, and enable the filled with merry people. About I I cultivation of rice lands about Kissim

About a score of years ago the farm came downto farmer, for instance, to be a benefactorto o'clock Mr. C. B. Collins, the State mee is to become an assured, profitable
Jim, mankind, 'and a wealth to the nation Lecturer of the Farmers' Alliance was fact. There. is no richer or better

And Jim called in the mortgagee and give the by his products, let it be fruit, introduced, and in a speech of an truck and market-garden lands in the

farm to him. grain or 'cotton. Take cotton,, for instance hour and a half explained the plat- world than the 'land on the rich OVer-
There's' no human. heart so empty that it has no for it can be sold to a merchant form of the order in such a manner flow, or bottom lands about Kissim-

So Jim ray gave of hope up the, ancient farm and ,went to for said medium loan, to be returned that a child could understand it, and mee. Write, for confirmation, to Col.

making soap. by the producer to the treasuryto the members themselves were better A. K. McClure, editor Philadelphia
Alliance men than before. Mr. Col Times who has personal knowledge.
lIe grew a fifty millionaire, a bloated;pampered redeem the mortgage or sold to a ,
nature, foreign buyer for gold. The borrower lins (perhaps better known by his Then in ,lands for orange groves, or

He owned ten railroads, twenty mines, and the cancels his mortgage; the treasurycan writings as "Ton Sawyer") is not an groves,already cultivated or bearing,
whole State legislature; destroy the money, except the. orator in any sense of the word; but I can satisfy you that your best interestslie
And thousands did his gruff commands and lived, gold tithe. The merchant has .the for a plain, practical farmer's talk he in seeing me before any one else.

And he upon came his home bounty,bought, back the farm and the gold from a foreign country, therefore, can certainly take the cake, and by BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The healthfulness .
his remarks made this occasion has
entire county. be it, on and beauty of Kissimmee
Resolved, That the Millwood Alliance found his way into the hearts of all have never been questioned. No

Cat Breeders' Society Meets.., in conference assembled, de good Alliance men in Bradford coun- diphtheria, no consumption, no pneumonia

The Boston Cat Breeders' Association mand of our State legislators of Marion ty.: -in fact, read our medical
is the latest addition to the almost county that they require'the representatives After the speaking was over a boun- i Beautiful cottages, villas or
countless number of clubs and associations of the State'of Florida in iful: repast was spread by Bradford's report.lots suitable for residences., Writefor
and institutions which have their A table that had been
National Government to aid in the laughters.
headquarters in Boston. It is not!)reallya our terms ,and particulars. .
charitable institution, yet its aims and enactment of financial laws authoriz rudely put up, over 300 feet long, was COME SOUTH And untold
', purposes are,most'praiseworthy. An exhibition ing the issuance of people's legal ten. piled full of the good things of the climate in
of ,the'grandest
of the new association has been der sub-treasury mortgage-redeeming and and everybody invited to stand quantities
opened in a, small hall at 131 Tremont to be loaned through sub- ip and help themselves, which invita-i the world free with each acre of ground
street, the past few days, and the crush money. and purchased. Come where you can ,till
ion to more
direct the none accept,
treasurers to people on
has been so great some of the time thatit he: soil twelve months in the year.'
has been necessary to close the doors mortgage of real estate and the first han one person filled himself so fullof for full particulars.,
At least write to me
until .those inside were willing,to make fruits'of industry thereon the amount )f the good things that inconveniencewas -' ,
room for' others. Naturally' the' great to: be not less than ten per cent of the'result Upon the whole everybody W3f. CANBTOX,
proportion of the spectators are women. the Kissimmee, FIB.Agent .
picnic a
.he-real value of real estate requiring present
There have been cat shows re. : fort tie land of the IMs&ton CpiapaHj
viou years, but none ever arouse so he tax assessor's valuation attached to grand;; ,success; everybody was happy for the AftKocialed Railways Lard Co.land,and the<

much interest as the present one. The aid 'mortgage and county :commis. and.at an early hour began to silently land Phosphate of Kbtimmee, sugar cane, rice, trucking,
crowding and pushing at the doors is not ioner's,recommendation; said mort lepart to their various homes. fruit, grazing, timber general farting,'
unlike the scenes.at the bargain counters drawing a tithe of interest of not There were at a low estimate 1,000 and home lands Send for map showing
in the drygoeds stores. It cost ten cents )gage said tithe to to'' people present,'all bright and cheer- .:I.pds. J
to get.m. The most interesting cat in, >verve per cent., go d- :

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rut: As a rule the farmers..and the Alliance Orators. President Livingston in Mississippi.In policy is surely "killing the goose t
farmers' families will compare 'favorably Next mon'h' the President of the peaking"' of 'the financial which lays the golden eggs" for them, \1
with those of any county in the State, Alliance will address the peopleof question, after detailing some of the that they will make concessionswhereby !
State or any ,other'State. .There' wasa Florida upon topics of great,interestto miseries and trials from which the the progress of the country
remarkable number of beautiful the order. agricultural l and laboring classes were may be continued, and truckers still 4
young girls present, and the: gallant At Monticello on Thursday, July suffering, he said that there was a enabled to make something besides a :'
young men were not the less:gallant 23, Hon. L. F. Livingston, presidentof great need of a larger amount of good living in producing crops for
en this account.- ph.A: the Georgia State Alliance, Hon.J. money per capita in circulation. To the transportation companies to make
i i .. .9 e- .' W. Stokes,, president of the-South this 'end he had three plans to offer. money in handling. Truckers, let us
"The Progressive,Farmer. Carolina State Alliance and Hon. R. First, the fashioned plan of State have your returns, your influence and ..'
The Economist has frequently, received F. Rogers, president of the Florida banks; second, the retention of support, and success will surely be
1 letters" asking why..the'rogres-' State Alliance will speak. Excursion National banks and the issuance of attained.-Kissimmee Leader.
sive,Farmer, which;.is'the'official l organof rates will be arranged and money by the National Government to I .
North Carolina, State Alliance, has" doubtless Monticello will be filled to them at 2 per cent., this in turn to be Judge Hamer created a sensation at
not since the Ocala.meeting,taken up overflowing with wide awake farmers issued to the people at 4 per cent; Broken Bow the other day by deliver-
the fight for the, sub treasury' plan. from all over the State. third, the subtreasury plan. ing an oration upon a motion made
.The answer given by mail .has always 'From Monticello these distinguished He quoted during his speech from by a local attorney to confirm a real
'been that, the Progressive Farmer was. Alliance men will go to DeFuniak, Jefferson, Calhoun, Jackson and Lin- estate mortgage foreclosure: "This
,.squarely in favor of'the demands, and where they will address the people on coln in regard to the people being the docket is covered, page upon page,
that other business' crowded a more Saturday, July 25. beneficiaries of the government's credit with confirmation cases. The last j
active fight in favor. of that particular and the danger to the country from summer's drouth has exhausted the
demand. The Progressive Farmer is What They Don't,Know' in Wash, the aggressiveness of the moneyedfew. farmer's resources and he is unable to
a power in the land. Its circulationis ington. He further said'that the alliancewas pay his loans. The act of God, for
not confined to North Carolina. The most surprising thing about the 'friend of the other classes of which the people are not responsible, ,
While under the able editorial work Mr. Dodge is the Egyptian darknessin people and had no war to make on has reduced one-half of them to almost
of L. L. Polk, prior to his election: as which, he is enveloped in regard to any honest man.-Press Dispatch. beggary and this calamity shall not be
National president, it built up a National the agricultural depression that has \+* made worse by any act of mine. We
reputation and circulation., ,In existed among the majority of farmers Much was expected of the Alliance are asked to turn one hundred farms ..
view of the above facts i it is several In his letter to
necessary years past. legislatures which were chosen in over to money lenders and five hundred
for the Economist to take notice of the the Country Gentleman, page 378, he South Carolina, Georgia, Kansas and women and children over to pauper-
following editorial 'which appeared in says: "The misrepresentation of politico Minnesota, but the people in all these ism. It shall never be done in this
the last issue of that paper: I rural writers and speakers relativeto States and in the country at large have district while I am judge. The pea
"It seems certain that the Alliance' farm'profits and farmers' indebtedness been disappointed in the work of these ple are not able to pay, and I will not
can get two of its measures-the.free and their utter helplessness and
if* reform legislatures. The reform measures :assist in their being robbed. Let us
coinage of ,silver and the reform of hopelessness is the most monumental
have not materialized to any con- I wait until a crop can be raised and
the tariff-through the next' Congress.It exhibition of mendacity of the present siderable extent, not because reformswere confidence restored and all will come '
seems also 'certain that the secur- time." Senator Sherman, Robert not needed, but because of a out all right. If a man be living on
ing of these two measures would Ingersoll, and every public man of lack of f. judgment and a unanimity of his land, or living off it, and trying to
give' the Order such prestigewith any note\ who has expressed an opinionon opinion as to how they could best be cultivate it he should have the rewardof
the country by relievingthe the subject, have said that farmers, affected. It matters but little as to his work. I will never confirm a
situation that it' could de owing to low prices for their products, is
what party a legislator may belong if sale in times like these if the owner
mand any other just measure of reform high taxes, and the failure of crops in he has the interest of the people at trying to make a living on the land.
with the certainty of success.' The many localities, have been having hard heart, is intelligent, broad minded When the people are compelled to ask
vital question just ,now 'is will our times. It is evident that Mr. Dodge's and conscientious in his work. Par aid to procure seed it would be cruel
brethren have enough of ,wise conservatism : information is derived from those
ties don't make men, but vice versa. mockery to deprive them of the landto
to undertake, 'with might fortunate. "gentleman farmers" who A farmer is no wiser, keener, nor bet sow the seed upon. I have a rightto
and main, the things that' are possible; !I have other sources of income besides ter prepared for a legislator becausehe not confirm a sale when the prop.
or will they take the unwritten and their farms-some of the same class of has left the Grange and joined the erty sold does not bring two-thirds its
unspoken risk oft attempting the happy optimistic farmers, who have Alliance, or because he has left the actual value, and in these cases it has
doubtful? In a few ,words these are been employed to travel from Democratic or Republican party and not brought that amount. The sate is
the questions that press for answeringnow place to, place and I lecture at joined the third party, unless there is not confirm"-Kearney(Neb.) Hub.
and they must be, they will be, farmer's institutes. One of them some superior element of discipline or -...*-------
answered one way or the other:within said on a certain occasion he' education in his new connection which "Here we are again! says the '
the' next few months. Do we need had heard of hard times farmers
among makes him broader minded and makes circus clown; and, "Here we are z
the union of all our forces? Do the but had not seen Another said
any. him more of a man than,he was before. again! says the old road law. Aftera
needs of our country demand the that if those farmers who were com- -New England Farmer. two years' interment in the conse-
. union ,of all our 'forces? .Can we win plaining about hard times would get crated ground of justice and common -
with disunited and contending factions? of the old rufs tile drain their
out has stated he in the
As the Leader repeatedly sense, reappears great ;
Shall the conservatism that,has always land, adopt modern improvements, the transportaton companies have circus, the last Florida Legislature, r
:, been the boast of the, farming classes and keep better live-stock they would killed the vegetable industry in this rattles his chains, cracks; his 'cottonplanter"
i make itself dominant in the present make right along just as he
money section by excessive freight and ex and stares cruelly: at country k
crisis? We assure"our readers that these did! That Mr. Dodge is not in communication press charges. Neither the plantersnor males between 18 and 45 years of age,
t are immensely important questions. with the mass of
doctor's certifi
transportation companies can too poor to procure a
y As these questions shall be answered: farmers who work with their own afford to have this state of affairs con tate of an imaginary ailment, and too
so shall it be well, or ill with the hands who owe on their farms or
i tinue; something must be done. With honest to tell a lie, about, their,age.
I Alliance movement. have'incurred debts for the erection of the end in view of aiding to Yes, the Solons had to take time,to
; The Economist must decline to defend necessary buildings, is apparent from road law
solve the vexed question, we request meddle with the come what
r that position, either in print or his statement as follows: "Self respecting every fruit and vegetable shipperin may, and to make up for the time it
by mail.., The partisan political. enemies agriculturists are disgustedand
the country to ,send us itemized has been inoperative, they made it
of the Alliance, who,are tools of mortified at the mendicant con- accounts of shipments made this worse than it was before. }'
1 the ""machine" in both parties, would dition in which they are placed by season. These reports will bejtabulated, The men that first framed the old
willingly compromise'on that policy, the charlatans and cranks." and when the "returns are all in" a road law have long since turned to
I and give the Alliance free,silver and meeting will be called at which the dust; were they alive now they would
"reduction of tariff to a revenuebasis'1 It is estimated that at least $50,. managers of the transportation lines scout the idea of keeping up an
, from the Democratic party in 000,000 of the Government's paper will be invited to meet with us and dis, institution fit only for: bygone times.
" the South, with free silver and re money, supposed to be in circulationhas cuss question in all its bearings. Asa For their eternal honor be it said that _"
ciprocity (practical free trade) given ; either been lost or destroyed. valuable aid in arriving at a perfect theat, a time when only rich men
t' by the Republican party ot the North Some years ago, by the sinking of one understanding: of the subject in its entered the legislative chambers,
west. However, no criticism will now vessel off the Atlantic cast, $1,000- entirety, will not Hon. J. M. Bryan; made the, road law so as to fall by far
t. be made upon the position of the Pro- 000 in greenbacks was lost. or some other well posted planter, the heaviest on the rich -men. Al-
gresswc Farmer, because misunderstand'iij.National there may I compile a schedule of the planter's expenses most all wealthy men those days kept

" 'be :some mistake Economist.or Many Persons, are broken in producing the various crops. slaves and had to turn them out en
down from overwork or household cares. We feel assured that when the matter masse to work the roads. Their more
OR SALS-One second: bind Washington Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds of bile the, is thus considered; when it is provento or less poverty-stricken successorsin
F system aid digestionrsmcnre*excess
W Wind- Press for sale cheap at 'this ofbCe.ilf ._ .and ,com sudAd. G* the eaulas.,. the transportation lines that theirS to-day,Legi&Iature know. naught of
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'lie. .old time chivalry, but: with, .a and netted $290. Total. $959.85.. The fruit growers have been ship

cring, 'tim -se 'ving, grab-aU spirit 'robthe {State ]pleate! This land is now in corn and will yield ping their.peaches this week and,real

poor to the advantage: the rich, ,. 50 bushels) to the acre, and will be ize $2.25 a crate, which holds about
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civilization and pr gre 5.,-Bradford .Many bales of moss are :being' fall. This is certainly the most factory to the sellers. Kelsey plums
north from
shipped up-river to
Telegraph. profitable farming I have ever heardof. will be in now soon and the Park can
be made into mattrasses and sold backto
> do some bragging on this fruit-some

How. : Personal. .Property Escapes that us.we The ought thought to do naturally all this occurs right Messrs. Fogarty & Good shipped of them are fully as large &s an aver-

.. Taxation here.-Palatka Herald. 1,250 ,crates of tomatoes from' less age orange. Mr. Westcott has the
In the country town and rural sections than eight acres. They shipped 1,400 largest tree' in the county, whichis
Mr. V. four miles
J. Herlong, have' six bushels of
assessor supposed to
the is much more suc-' watermelons at two shipments from one
north of Ft. White has five hundredacres
cessful in gathering the lists of 'personal acre of land. They have also shipped .fruit on it and in good condition.
watermelons, and has
;property. The gold watch, the already 100 crates of cucumbers and 100 crates Last year this fruit was greatly injuredby

pleasure: carnage, the:valuable horses sold four cars at $150, per car net. of squash. Mr. W. H. Abel shipped some sort of insect, but,is all rightso
Mr. Sam Tolen ,this harvested
and cattle, cannot escape his eye, and year 600 crates of vegetables from four far, and some money will be real-

the gossip of 'the, custom mill, the 360,000 bundles' fine oats. acres, and he says that he--would rather ized when it comes into market.

blacksmith shop, the comer grocery, Mr.: H. S. Kedney Winter,Park, have four acres of vegetable land in -Green Cove Spring.Her .

or annual "Irohcs" furnishes the'foun has.a grape vine of the Delaware variety Florida than an eighty-acre; farm .

d ti.QP'for inquiries, the \assessor, that was grafted into a wild 'stock North. Manatee County Advocate. Fame Spreading.

,to 'the effect that Squire Jones has.such two years ago. It has this season. The importance, of the forage crop The fame of Leesburg's streets is

and such bonds fully two hundred well developed clusters is forcing itself the people and
and ,
or mortgages, upon spreading, as will be seen from ,the
consequent'assessment.. of fruit. Any who may doubt the the fact that,the country is becomingto allusion the Trtbunei
following, by Tampa -
above can and see for themselves.Five .
go be self-sustaining is evidenced by
In the )large cities such"
individual acquaintance, no exists particular between big boats are engaged' in car- the fact that large quantities of excel, "It would do well for the city

rying pineslips from the Florida Keys lent hay will be harvested in this council committee
the assessed and the, assessor to appoint a special:
and the Bahamas to Melbourne and vicinity during the summer. 0 F. examine into the
and to practicability
as the
consequence property adjacent pineries. The first'Ioad delivered Winkleman.& Co. sold three mowing
of the the South
largely (escapes; and the,cities where using clay,. same as
at East Melbourne 'consisted machines last Saturday which indicates .
Florida Railroad is for the
the ""listing" system as it is,called l; is using cross-
of 62,000 plants, while Capt 'Roy that at least some few of the far. of their road in the and
used, no greater success is attained., ings city at
McFadden alone has orders, 'on hand mers are determined ,not to depend
their for
In this system the owners of the personal passenger depot, street t pav-
for the delivery'of over a million anda entirely on Northern \\ay.-rOrange\ We believe it de utilized
called individually ing. can to
ptoperly're: -
to down under upon oath half of slips. Who says the pine County Reporter advantage. Leesburg, in this State,
put on a
apple industry is not assuming' mammoth All kinds of reports have been circulated with
'printed blank, under all imaginable streets once as sandy as Tampa,
proportions in 'this 'vicinity?- in town about the conditionof
has used and her streets
clay today
headings form ,
of personal -,
every property I
Juno Sun. the rice at the head oj the
crop in the Slat .
they ,are. possessed of ''and one are as good as any town
The East Coast Advocate June 26 lake. On Sunday C. E. Frankland Besides the small t
would think that nothing could escape; expense v\ as com- &
and yet in Massachusetts, where this gives a list of real estate transfers walked over and inspected the plantation pared, with block or rock, such as we fare

made in Brevard from May and in reply to our query as to It will
.system is practiced, the estimate as county now using. cost nothing
stated, is that two thousand millions of 20 to June 15, 1891, showing that the prospect, said that he was from a, to investigate and it may be of vast

.personal property escape taxation every sixty-six transfers were made in thatim'e rice country ; that he kne v con advantage to the citro"Lee

about a fourth of them being siderable about raising the crop ; and
likewise San Francisco is of her
year; ; >burg proud, streets,
ti that he did not from indi
many other places, and. in! New York homestead entries of Governmentland. see, present but the work of paving them is far
cations how the could be better.
The largest transaction involved : crop
city alone much from finished. It should be
undoubtedly, a larger pushed
All depends now on flooding the rice
.amount likewise without this the sum cf $131,000. The pine* ; until street
escapes vigorously every important
if that is successfully accomplished he
apple section 'would seem to be the ,
has the smooth hard
system. same delightful
;'r _
considered the made.
as good as
most prosperous the State, not.even' crop surface that makes Main
:The"result,is.that the personal property excepting the phosphate regions.It Kissimmce Leader. street a popular

will, so far as is'practical7 go to Within, the past two weeks several thoroughfare.J.
generally supposed that rabbit

the. larger,cities where it may.so 'escape grape growers of life-long experience C. Matheson reports having con-
has no but a few days
,:;particularly, as ,in so. doing it courage have visited the vineyards of Orlando. trol of a mine ot superior clay, a stuff
ago,.a party heard a young rabbit cry that floods of rain cannot displace, a
gets within the bounds of the, best What they have seen has been a rev-
and on going to see what caused it
'protection,-where' fire' and burglar- elation to them. They have gone peculiar materhl that, alter having
found a blank snake had hold of it
proof.vaults are to be found in plentiful home, each with a purpose in his become wet and packed by. walking
and an old rabbit run and struck
l convenience where up heart land and vineyard upon it, becomes as hard and immovable -
ample storehouses
to secure plant a -
the snake with its fore feet, like a.cat
I solid rock. A of
exist, and where all are'protected for himself in Orange county. I as specimen
>the best of"-fire-and: would, and compelled the snake to this clay extends along the sidewalkon
by systems- When such men as Mr. Cadmus, of
let the rabbit the old one follow-
Ninth street from the Florida
police. Virginia who is familiar with
grape .
ing the snake afterward, repeatedly :
Southern to Wood
railway Judge
the entire of the
Effprts' have been made at Albany cuffing it. His snakeship was glad toI growing length
Atlantic Prof. DuBois the well ward's residence, and it bears'out the
j annually ;for'some years, and are,now take refuge in a brush pile.-Palatka coast; claim which Mr. Matheson makes for
known and wine of
again, being made,' to enact law Herald. vineyardist grower
Tallahassee and C. G. Frash, of New it. Our city fathers would do well to

bringing the "listing' system" into Much has been truthfully: said of York, who planted the first vineyard give it an investigation.

operation in New York.: The bills the success of tomato growing at Qler- in Fresno Valley, California, agree .
introduced' have been modified fromyear
mont, our sister town on the west. vines considered The market is stocked -
the that, age of they pineapple to
to as legislators'have
year Those who cultivated sandY'"sotl here
fine fruit the
have never seen. Orange county'svineyards overflowing most
covered some more points in effectiveness -
carried their crops through the frostsof for both vines and of which
equalled, conspicuous are theshipmentsrom
and'many of them, especially
the winters of 9go-9gi.: Unfortun-
fruit, we can well afford to invite the ( Indian River. Though small,
'the representatives from the country ately only a few of our citizens ,cultivated ,
whole world to come and see for they sell quickly at twenty-five cents
.districts ,
think that the proposed )leg- this character of soil, the Foley
themse ves.-Orange County Reporter. for two.
i Matkrn, being an effort to.make: the Bros and P., C. Webster, of Deer: Is

,personal wealth of the,large cities i pay land. The latter cleared $sooan, acre ..

its share of the general. burden, :is but on tomatoes and went long since to GREAT OFFER "BS3W UPRIGHT PIANOS.

:wise and just. the hills of New Hampshire for the Pianos FINEST FACTORY

The; 'result of all efforts, however, summer. Organs and IN UNITED STATES.

as it stands to'-day, is that only'a"small Mr. G. A. Kirk, brother of Senator S $35. Always ready for QUICK SHIPMENTS of Finest

percentage of the personal property 'is Kirk of Hernando county, a citizenof .OatrUlinTonrbom* Pianos and Organs Direct-to Your Homes.

taxed-that. .'a much larger: percentage. Montverde, and a thoroughly re, before From REV.JAS.M.POTTS,M.D.,editor of Michigan -
P.Ing for Christian Advocate.Detroit, !Ich.: "To My that
of the personal property: :in rural! districts liable man, gave. me the following Jura.AddlCM. \re are delighted with the Piano does not express
is taxed than in cities and result of the act. We are jubilant. If aH your Instruments
large. figures as being the an experiment A
Ths T.8w MV *Son PlMos OrgasmBEAVER are as fine in appearance and as pleasing ia tone as
this result is'not materially different of thorough cultivation.ma"e FALLS PA. this one,your patrons will rise by the htfftdred.

where the most\ rigorous system of by himself on these muck lands duringthe From PROP.B. IL PECK, Valhermoso 'Springs, Ala.: "We could not be pleased better'with
the casing or.tone;quick in response and melodious. In short we are highly pleased with the organ.
feting is used from any other of; the past season. Two acres planted From B.D.GRIGGS Adairsrille,Ga.: "I am,well pleased with the organ in every respect ft is

many forms of assessing' i in vogue invarious in beans last. September netted all you From claim Y.- M.it to C.be.A". per J.G.COOLEY. Hfflaboro.' .N. c.: 'The organ gives entire satis&etfea.

localities.-American'Agnail4Wr $669.85.. The land was planted in Every one who has seen it is very much pleased with the instrument and the price on the same."
From BEN.P. STEEDS! Prescot. Ark.: family. is well pleasent in every respect wtt the
+ WW* lri&h''!>Qtatoes the following January organ. How you sell them so cheap L.a wonder.1'
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Lake. Oew tr SfcatteMba'-Agiioul- Sugarcane-78 acres,'338 barrels, -Oranges-bearing trees, 224,285 ; Total value of all products and domestic -

"i. tural Figures. $4,626. Sugar-2,900 pounds, $166. non-bearing, 750,265 ; 236,474.boxes, animals, $600, 154.95.-Lees- \

t We are imkfoted to Assessor Phares Rice-ii acres, '320)bushels, $395. $308,38950. burger. .

and his efficient 'assistant, A. Seegar, Pild peas-90 acres, 956 bushels, Lemons-818 bearing; 1,745 nonbearing The of Volusia t would
for the following; statistical figures, $I,904. ; 998 boxes, $2,513.50. groves county t
hive five times the amount of fruit if
showing the agric k ral I, .horticulturaland Hay-372 acres, 418 tons, $5,712.111illet9 Limes-533 trees, .71 boxes, $73.
other prod ctMH 'of Lake county acres. 39 tons, $90. Grape fruit-695 trees, 170 barrels, there were irrigation plants on them,
and the day is coming when these
. for the year 1890-1?, Owing to the Peanuts-50 acres, 921 bushels, 337. L.
fact that some tax payers;thinking that $1.777. Pineapple,720, $492.50. plants will be of general use through. \.
these figures were sought to form a Tob.1ccocre j 20 pounds, $10. Bananas-3,581 bunches, '$1,435. out the orange belt. They will ultimately );

basis of taxation, failed.to give in the Honey-101.:stands, 4,600 pounds, Strawberries-5 acres, 3,600 quarts, -be necessities, while apparently \
full amount of their productions; the $413.50. $400. at the beginning very expensive, \:
will in the end be
showing is not absolutely:correct_ and, Potatoes-13 6 acres, 842 bushels, Pears-1,269 trees, 68 barrels, a matter V
therefore does not do the complete $1,395. $162. expense when compared with the ? |

county increase in the of the fruit.Dt t
justice. While, owing to ,theca Cabbage-158 acres, x 11,55 barrels, Peaches-4,029 trees, 161 .bushels, Land Record quantity -1 1A :

se stated, many of the totals fall.short $I ,839.25. $426. .
-. of showing the true amount, the Tomatoes-807. acres, 54,471 Grape vines-25 acres, $1,220. Rich Bed of Pebble.

figures) are valuable as showing the boxes, $74,507.50. .. v Wine-200 gallons, $400. Last Friday we had the pleasure of ,
. variety productsgrownin.thecounty Squashes-10 acres, 735 barrels, Plums-25 bushels, $10. a drive over the rich phosphate lands recently -
mid.their relative value. $1,000. ? 1 Horses 1,143' $60,665 J mules- ] purchased from Mr. J. B. Crum f"

, 'I"."' Jt'is impracticable to give the figures Egg plant-7 acres, 382 barrels, 172, $13,170; jacks and jennets-6, near Homeland by Mr. J. W. Hum
. :{ in tabulated form, but anyone $599- $220 ; cattle-4,733, $26,330; sheep30 phries and others of Kansas City.

may understand them in this shape: Cucumbers acres, 1,542 crates, $30 ; goats-27, $34 ; hogs- The lands are situated in a low place, \

r Cotton-upland, 12 acres, 3.bales, $2,597. 1,637, $2,486. part being in a muck pond. As we
value $290; sea island, 29 acres, .x4 Watermelons37: acres, 2654 cars, Chickens18,413, $5,563.65 ; approached the land we law pebble t-:
bags, $275. $1,832. ducks'- -85, $42 ; geese-6o, $59 ; cropping, out of the sur ace all along,

om-i,66I, acres, 15,776 bushels, English peas-8 acres, 241 crates, turkeys-249 $259 Eggs sold- showing that the overburthen was very tit

$I357.75. Oats-124 acres, 1,581 $428. 60,442 dozen, $12,445. thin. They are taking out pebble by i .;

bushels,. $xooo.5o. Beets-4 acres, 140 crates, $130. Milch cowS-423, $5,455 ; milk hand at present, having about half a t,
Sweet potatoes-288 acres, 17,840 Beans-156 acres, 7,833 crates, 25,619 gallons,' $9,197 ; butter, 5,191 dozen hands employed with wheel Ji

bushels, 908350. $12,962. pounds, $1,750.80. barrows and -hand screens. The ,

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pebble is wheeled out, of the'pits ;and I N CIRCUIT COURT, Duval County'Florida- FLORIDA

dumped i into the screens (which are Attachment. BWATCH 'T.GROWtIi
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immersed In tanks of water), 'a few TAYLOR AND GEORGE W. I !
shakes B. ROBERTS partners as I Amount sworn t c
and the :
given RUER'eaoouoerwoAwAa
pebble brought
ROBERTS&Co., f to, $- >UM
to the top shining'and free of ,dirt. vs. '

They are taking out about twenty tonsa To Mortimer J. Brennan, Defendant, and anOther CHAS. W. DACOSTA. Publisher.

day with their present force This Persons Interested:
> You will take notice that a writ of attachmenthas
work is being done to test,'the extent been issued in the above cause and that a Terra of Subscription:

and richness, of the deposit, and they levy under said writ has been made by the sheriffof to For one year........ ............ ..........& u
said county;' and you are hereby required
will erect a big plant at,an early date, appear and plead to the declaration filed in said For six months ..... ... ....... ....._...100
and mine The cause, on or before Monday:, the 5th day:of Octo-: 99"Subscription In all cases cash in ad-
on scale.
an extensive ber.A. D., 1891 otherwise judgment will be applied vance.
phosphate deposits around Homelandare for according to law.' "
JORDAN & MCBRIDE, Kate of Advertising on application.

getting quite a reputation and a 6-z5.3m Plaintiffs Attorneys. REMITl'ANCE'lhould be made by Check, Florida Central and ,PeninsularRAILROAD

number of other plants are going up Postal Note,Money Order,or Registered Let-
soon.-Bartow Courier-Informant. 'Master's Sale. ter,to order of ,

Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure THE FLORIDA TRUNK LINE
THE BEAUTIFUL and sale,duly made and entered on, the
Jacksonville, Fla. (Formerly the F.R & N. Co.)offers Increased
28th day of May, A 0., 1891. In and by the facilities this season for travel to Florida,

Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, having in addition tn its old and popular

Duval County, Florida, In a certain cause [NEW'SUBSCRIBERS ONLY.] connections, the LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE
"' K. R at the River Junction, smiths
therein pending, in chancery, wherein Oliver GEORGIA SUUrUEKV A: FLORIDA (the

Markham U complainant Manuel C. BIGPreminm0ffer Suwannee River route to Florida,arrangedfora
y new route from the West and Nfertb
Jordan and Samuel W. Fox, late partners -
west via Montgomery,BainbrIdge and Monti-
e under the firm name of Samuel W. Fox & cello, carrying through sleepers from ,CINCINNATI -

Company: are defendants. shall veil to the TO TAMPA. -

94i110 highest bidder for cash In front of the door of The road has now no less than

the Court House, in said County the city Seven Points of Connection With

MtES _M of Jacksonville, on the first Monday In July, the North

t 1891,being the sixth dayo said monthwithinthe 6
hours of sale the described namely Fernandina, Callahan Jacksonville,
legal following
TILE Montlcello
Live Oak. Lake City, lAnd I aver
property*to wit: AU the following lot,'piece 'LORIDA Junction making comfortable connectionswith

or parcel of land, situate, lying and being In Chicago Kansas City and all northern
cities, for which\ this road Is specially in
Farmer and Fruit-Grower
the County of Duval, State of Florida to-wlt: Dispatch, augurated.

The west half of the east half of Lot.6, In
For one year and a copy of The Florida Central
lit "f J f.E Block 1 9;as shown on a map of a portion of

I,CINCINNATI I Shortest nridQuickest.. 'the town of Lavilla,which: may be found recorded Wbitner's Gardening in Florida and Peninsular Railroad.

on page W of book"A.J." public rec- is the greatest artery of travel through. ,the

Compartment and Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ords. Duval County., A. G. UABTRIDQE, finest parts of Florida, traversing twenty--,
ALL FOR $:!.OOI four counties Gadsden Jefferson
W. B. OWEN, Special Master
throughwtthout change:makingdirect connectionin
Alacbua Lake, Leon, Hu wan nee, Nassau,
CENTRAL UNION, I Complainant's 8o'lcl1or."CENTAWORD" Whltner's Gardening in Florida is a Levy, Orange, Hlllsburough. Wakulla, '
i ? LOUISand Columbia, Clay, Marion Yolk, Manatee,
DE rOT, for | handsomely printed and bound book of Madt>son, Baker, Bradford, humter, Her-

COLUMN.To 250 pages,being a comprehensive treatiseon nandO and De"ioto.-In their tlchesi.portion.
the WEST and with Through Car lines for the vegetable and tropical products of It runs through the MIDDLE FLORIDA REGION -
OF HILL COUKTKY where are the fine old
I and the Florida, by Prof J. N. Whitner, A. M.
In this advertisements
CHICAGO insure insertion column,
I NORTH-WEST, must be accompanied'by the money. This book is much sought' after for its Farming Lands and the New Tobacco *

also with Through Car < Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. practical information. Farms
DETROIT 1 I $2.00 buys the book and our
Lines for Postage Stamps received in payment. for reached by no other line) some of them
'paper << one
Count every word,including: name and address. ; year. conducted on a large kale use are Qnlney
,I BUFFALO and Points in Canada'and This Is certainly a grand offer. Sendin Tal ahassee (the capital), Monticello Madison
| the EAST orders at once. aDd other towns,from who comfortable,
SAL&-JOO Villa Franca lemon trees, 25 ample dwellings, reposing! in a fertile
only one Change of Cars to FOR ,each. F. E.,WELLS, Bartow;Fla. C. VV. DACOSTA, country,is coming a renewed energy to employ .*
the resources lavished about them.
Meridian | Jacksonville, Fla. stretching down through,
SALE-On Indian River, II acre truck and The Peach Country

JACKSON, VICKSBURG, Points'in FOR ,,farm, with cottage near P. O. and boat JACKSONVILLEMARBLE of Baker, Bradford, Alachna and Levy counties -
landing; .Ji.ioo. Address FRANK PORSTER, Orchid ,through the prosperous
and the Fla. 7-2-2t .
| TEXAS I WEST. ..J COMPANY Strawberry Farms

\WANTED-1,500 to 2,000 rough lemon or grape Lawtey,8tarke and Waldo, rhApt superiorin
Passengers'via this line are afforded an excel- I one or two years from seed,. profit to the orange 'l'ove-U goes throughthe
. must be thrifty. J. P. MACE, Lake Helen, Fla. XUtT'4CTOU&S OJ' heart of the State, penetrating some ol
lent view of Lookout Mountala'and surrounding 7-2-2t the finest groves,one having
Monuments, Head-stones,
historic scenery.S. 7OOOO Full-bearing Orange
Grave-borders and 'all
.C..RAY, S. E.Pass.AgL Atlanta, Ga. BLE GROWERS.-Send your name and fi Trees,

D.J. MULLANEY, Div. Pass. Agt., Chattanooga.D. .' address to SOUTH FLORIDA HOME, St.Petersburg.Fla. ,, Manner of Marble passing for nearly a mile between them-
making way southward to the Gulf,and to
G.. EDWARDS, G. P. &T. A., and Granite Work. the more tropical portions of the State. In
MERCHANTS and ,dealers In all portions of the Slate it reaches points of
CINCINNATI .': COMMISSION and vegetables can "strike itneb" Catalogues and designs scat oa' Scenic Interest.
by sending their address to the SOUTH application.

' T$CIRCUIT COURT, Duval County, Florida FLOR.IDAlIoJlE, St. Petersburg, Fla. WANTED.We Wakulla Springs in the West, the Suwannee
1 Attachment. AGENTS River, as beautiful and romantic as it is
HENRY SIMMONDS AND)} SALE One second hand Washington' also deal In Wire sad IrenI famous,silver: themselves the lake region,
JOHN NEWTON.partners i FOR for sale this office. and the. lakes with their surroundings -
Press cheap at .I fencing. Poultry Netting Para Interspersed
as SIUWONDS & NEW-I Amount. sworn Write for particulars. of rolling land with
. TON, to,.|- I and Lawn Fences, O&tu.Ste.: pleasant homes in green groves sloping down

v*. t I ..... YOU NEED PRINTING OF ANY KIND? to the clear lake fronts. By means of this
A, MORTIMER. J. BRENNAN. DO Send to DaCosta Printing and Publishing road you can most readily reach the

To Mortimer J. Brennan, Defendant, and all House, Jacksonville, Fla.. Hunting and Fishing Grounds.The .
Other Persons Interested. .
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You will take notice that a writ of attachment of every description neatly and durably settler will find on the line of this roada
has been issued in the above entitled cause, and BOOKS at DaCosta Printing and Publishing greater opportunity for a varied selection Ot
that a levy under said writ has been made by the House,Jacksonville, Fla. land thanTJn any other road in the Wale
sheriff of said county; and you are'hereby re ,- ... from lightest soils to those underlaid w t*
:- to and plead to the declaration clay and marl, and of richest hammoek-
quired appear the doses in
great roup cure, ISO ;
whether for mixed farming, sto k 01
3 bled in such cause,on or before Monday, the 5th S.PONGIAJ 25 cents; free by maiL E. W. regular
day of October, A. D,, 1801, otherwise judgment AMSDEN, Ormond: Fla. 5-14-101, dairy farming, peach or strawberry coU&rv,
will, l be applied for according to law. ._ orange groves and vegetable gardens.
The tourist will be gratified with Its
.6-25-3m JORDAN Plaintiffs'& MCBRIDE.Attorneys. REPAIR your old family Bibles; make them as *5 Laura St., Jacksonville, Fix scenery. The health-seeker on Its ample
? as new. DaCosta Printing and. Pub-'- route can find some spot adapted to his
nsning House,Jacksonville, Fla. wants. On the hard clay roads of Middle
TN CIRCUIT COURT,. Duval County, Florida- KORNA Jilt ENS' Florida the horseman will ride with'speed
. 1 Attachment (RIPPING & BRADLEY; of Pomona Whole and satisfaction, and the Florida Central .
,HALSEY FITCH AND ".AL- \J sale Nurseries, Macclenny: Fla.,'advertise on STEAM BOTTLING -:- WORKS.J. and Peninsular is theSportsman's
first of this number for contract
I Ia page
TaR S. FITCH, partners
HALEY & Co. Amount This is a rare chance to get trees raised as you KORNAHRENS Boute.
FITCH > sworn S H. Proprietor,
vs. I ,to, $- want them. Nort-Passengert from Northern connections -
; MORTIMER J., BRENNAN.J Manufacturer of having tickets over the Florida Central
A HOME CHEAP.-A pleasant home can
and Peninsular to In South Florid
Mortimer Brennan Defendant and all BUY points
J. secured on the installment plan. Nice Soda IVaterSursapartllaGinger have the privilege of being taken into Jaek
Other Persons Interested !
: house and two lots in one of the most pleasant
the Company and Mtoweda
You will take notice that writ of attachment Ale Seltzer and Syrups of over
locations in .the' city. Address CHAS. W. DA- ,
limits f
atop-over within the going J tie
has bees tamed ia the above cause,and that a levy
'uader.Mid writ has been made by the sheriff of all Kinds. ticket,with return to their route for cJHtka.a.tton *
free of extra charge. Send for map of
Mid county;and you are hereby required to appear you need stationery of any kind-paper, 49*Sole Agent for the P. W. Cook Brewing Florida,mailed free.
and plead to the declaration filed in saidcause and ink? If so,send to DaCosta Printing -
,on or before Monday, the 5th day: of Octo- and pens Publishing House,Jacksonville, Fla. Co'd Pilsener Export Beer,in pints and halC- lnu. A. H1CDONELL,G.P. A.,
ber. A. D., 1891.otherwise judgment will! be ap- Jacksonville, J'1a.
ptied for according to law. TOR, HALE-One second hand Washington 72 EAST BAY STREET,
JORDAN & MCBRIDE, Hand Press for sale cheap at this office. N. 8. PENNINOTONTra1I1oHaa&IW. k
6-'S-J'B, .pJaHtti4i"a'Attorneys., Write for particulars. Mayer 6 MvlUr Block, Jacksonville. D.J:.MAXWELL..,ocus al VAApr.
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t5zL: Latest: Designs in Parlor and Bedroom Suites .in Antique Oak

COtleRpOHIQrf ,eQIt ; : 0-C';:: '7': Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut and Imitation. Hall Stands

Willow Reed and Rattan
t80halted '.8 Bed Lounges ,
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',1' ;. Curtains. Window Shades, Hanging Lamps, China and ..
: ':'* Tin 'Toilet Curtain and Brackets.
ffr' "' Crockery Sets, Sets, Mirrors, Poles '

'"&: ,'V'; '-. Hotels, Boarding >Houses> Shins. Steamers, Offices and Private Residences Furnished from Top to Bottom.. 1-

'..-.When writing:,please mention this'paper. r '



CHILDREN How Lost! How Regained, x: =:

HbjHot to,8 P A 8)18 are most 'likely( troubled wit)
WIll Q!. The hwt t->me
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THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA oQ ..aw.ea>,>S,. 1Qen
on Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise
either STANDING on the Error of YoathPremature Decline Nervous ..
TIMBER on and Physical Debility,Impurities of the Blood.
Jt STUMPS.Will .And Building Material.
pull an or-
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Fourteen I varieties pf land tCntl.l water fowls.
.t tw*Acre*t..Itd....A at...a boy aad a ..(opertU Resulting from Polly,Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or
f it., h.hearr! CIa.I..*r rode to htadte. Tb crop eo a fey Indian Games, Imperial Pekin Overtaxation, the Yictlm .
th I arc will pay for the Htchla It will only otj ; theMarrIedorSocizl
eras yew
.. ft po Ul e.rd to Mod for u, nitrated Catalogue, gutsg Urns Tuflcuys. for Work,Balinese, Relation. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ,
; ze Amid unskillful Possess this
aDd TMdmonUlt. Addr*** the )fn het rer* pretenders. great
GAMES MILNE 60N.ICOTCH'alan'IOWA. work. It contains BOO paces,royal Sro. Beautiful
I Poultry supplies of all kind S-nd a posta.lcard binding,embossed,full gut Price only $1.00 by "
Ofafttrtted for my new Illustrated catalogue and matt,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Ulus- .
o oa "OSGOQD"' price lists. tratiTe Prospectus Free,if yon apply now. The IRRIGATING ,
f. Eggs to Hatch distinguished author..Win. H. Parker, )L D., re-
7 u.8:standard E. W. AM8DKN. Orrnond Fla. from the National Medical Association for
,tt SCALESBest PHYSICAL DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand acorps

I,! 12iSMW= :W 3 5 I.Best IOwss.on trial ll Frefeht WuT's.tod paid: OUL1RYj FO D1k of THE dentiaily Assistant PEABODY by Physician mail or'Inperson MEDICAL may be consulted at INSTITUTE the office conn of* MACHINERY?

No.4 Bulflnch St.,Boston,Mass.,whom all ,
: ] tT'SQHPMIIJiiglnitQO.FAVORITE: N.rg orders for books or letters for advice should be
< directed u above. '
Style as shown In cut,with full DEAFNESS '
attachments,leI setting nee- Trade Mark. STEAM S HORSE POWER.
., dIe and self-threading shuttle.
of manufacturers. Save Canvas' Will Make Hens Lay! -
Commissions of 126. Sent on
trial. Warranted 6 years. Will Make Chickens Grow! Scientifically treated by an aurlst of world.

f w rW..pay Freight.M PhUsdelphlll Tuts food in strictly fresh ,meat,carefully entirely cured,of from 20 to 3J years'standing: ,
cooked, ground fine.Reasoned and hermeti- after all other treatments have failed. How
rally sealed In 8-lb! cans. Being ground fine,it the difficulty Is reached and the cause removed ,
SELFRESTORERto can'be readily mixed with soft food, and fed fully explained in circulars,with affidavits
HO as to give each fowl I an equal share. Pile and testimonials cures from prominent !- Write for Estimates. -

.Wets> per can; SJ' -rdoz. Address HOLLIHDUJtoBED people,mailed free.
'j rD. C?. E and every old;man postage,young paid.'middle-aged Address, ( MEAT A WOOL CO., 20) North Dr.A.FONT..i INE.19 East 14th St.. N.Y

Dry. pu_ ,ont.381 Columbu.Ave.Boston.Msas. ,,Boston., Mass. [Mention paper I


SUPPLIES.rErrtaT HIT, ,! .ForL061'ortAILmOr.ANROOD. When I..., caN I do not mean merely to atop them
I tor a time and then have them return again. I mean a
I4ORTULTURAL T OL8 and *i.tpies. aop feaeral and NERVOUS JJillILIIY" EPILEPSY
I have made the disease >
End Weakness of end
Ov CYrtslar tbeID ail Body Kind Effects
SICKNESS e4onaj study
fiend 100. !ofErronorEoe..ealuOldorYomcl. or
,/fir""'Podry 8eD4 lcr r FR E.'formeJOHNSON I.......Aot f.aUHOODhul u.&orM. ilowt..Ia..,. ..a4stye. warrant my remedy to ear the worst cum. Because
eaaplete 8UD VATALOGD .........e4. .rt..."U ,1.DanUnD: ORGUSa r1Rta.or.eG r.Ab.N.t.tj other hare failed. oo reason for DOt bOW receiving a
.aft' BOli TRElTHUT-B Mlt U a 4irr
.', &. STOKES Its t.sUI7 rr.r 6o\ tad +lls MutriM. Writ(U : care. Send at once for a, treatise and a Free Bottle of
PMCripU Bat .U. ... pies?.nilM(IU"M)frMbma my infallible remedy. Give Epress and Pod Office.Q. .
M?_d Bit Market 8U, .f kH$4d r.*.Pa .. ERIE JMEDICAL' CO., BUFFALO",,N.Y. G. HOOT. AI C-, 183 Pearl ., N. Y-

A N Grave
4 r Jacksonville Marble Subject Co.'k( The Garrett Picket &Wire Fence Machlni( EVAPORATORulul
..Wuv..l.o1.he A universal F T DIRECT SALES.ATTEmo .
!the largest and most responsible posts.
are and retail dealers in monoi to U II .In GmariaUtd.Freight favorite. 'Tkovuads, The$4aadardJiachineTHE THE ZIMMERMAN, *, ".CJ'r.uJ)VJIJa1'ABLC'.o.......
.. beadetooes in the United States, t II paid. Agents are report- Dlfftrtat sir?aid prleta. m ttraU4 Catalocm*the. The No.3 Cutaway.4-feet wide.at t3JO s eh with'
BLYMYCK 1KOK WO&KB CO4 ClsKUaaU O. order. Fnllauicklnwarehome. Ke 4 for ofa-caten. ;
Ing big aales. Machines.
:always giving satisfaction. They veoIos .
"" ll Wire,' at' JC. S. ,9u"Att'+"ttf.
etc., wholesale lUBBAI4D
and works at 630 W 30th street !
i ,j ewy direct from factory to Petetn&.
% Laura street, ,Jacksonville, Farmers where I have no -
Ha.,and Orlando Fla.,and.atiiMbioiilpelnte II ,agent. Catalof..free. Address ANSI PILLS!!. fl iNO FEE! Cured
the manufacturer;
ia the SoutfeernWett asd hi. MDnnu'N .
. $.. HUloN.TH,
! S. H. GARRETT MANSFIELD. a.HIO'. .- 'WlUe* H j mine CM.e r KU .,Am, _. red.-iII.d3tll1L
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t ..... ;--1. .... .! '- !II': Time>53t6: 55,hours'bStweeii',Savannah; New :York and Phila-:
'Mew York, Charleston.. and Florida- ,lines? delphiar-and.between, Boston and Savannah 65 to 70 hours. ., .I
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c Jsae it i/a ttr:l+f"IRO, Q UOfA':...Thareday. July 2d, at '1:00 P.X. : ',. Passage n'a.'t.e: "
June 29th,at 8 r.M."ALGbNQUf N" Sunday .JaIY' 5th.at' >-S.OOJ9Wecmeeoar ;-M:
July Jat,'at8 P.K. ."OHEROKEE"..Tuesday. July 7th; at' ,5:30 A! x.', Between:Jacksonville and. New York: 1st'class, 126.80;;Intermediate,moo;Exca"D1on,fi&50
"JI'rkIay, July 3d, at 3 P..YEMA8SEE". Thursday July 9th; at 6SOA.v "- Steerage,112. 0. ./
'Meedatiy' July 6th, at 3 P.x..".SEMINOLE".8anday., uly.12th,. at 9.30 A.M.Wednesday .- '
.. ; July 8th, at*w. M. ...:IRO UOIS".Tae.day,. ;July, 14th, at,10:00 A.M. Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin 127X0:Intermediate,$21.00; Excnrslon.f47.30;8teerage14J6
Friday, July 10th, at'3p.1C.ALGONQUIN..Thunda7.;, ,July 16U1, at l1OO'A.X. ,THE Magnificent. Steamships olthia Company are appointed to sail..follows:
Monday,: Julys J8Ul; at 3 P.X.--"OBEROKEE";'Bunday, "JulY 19th, at '2:01 p. M. r FROM:SAVANNAH. TO NEW YORK.
Wed ay, July:1Sth;at 3 P. .'."YEMASSEE".Tuesday,, July 211t, at 3:30p.Jl.
Friday i ;JulyilTth) at 8P.M. 'r."SEMINOLE"Thursday,' July '2M, at 5:30A'oJl. .. [Central or 900 Meridian Time!

M W Oay ednese ay. 'Julyiottiat3i'x"IROQUOIS" "Tuesday Sunday. July26th July 28th,, at at 10:00.1.8rtXAar.. )(. CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. Burg................Wedne day.July 1- 2,00pm
Friday July 24th, at8 P. x.'CHEROKEE.Thumday. July 80th, at 11:30A.M. CITY OF SAVANNAH.... -:..?.. ... ...Friday, S4.OOp m
Mot day, July 27th, at 8 p. x.-.:'YEMASSE .8unday., Aug. 2d, at ? :30 P.)(. TALLAHASSEE.Capt. Fisher..\J, ,..._M.... Saturday, 4- 4.30 p m
Wednesday,. July 29th, at8P.x."SENINOLE".Tuesday, Ang 4t.h, at 3:00P.K. NACOOCBEE.Cap .8Dl1tJ1...'''___?.,.?' ....,,''.... '' Monday, ft- ffOOp m
Friday,' July 8:1-&t, tS_ P.M.<.1'IR9QUo.I8. :aharsday Aug.. 6th at 5:00 A.M. CHATT.AHOOCHEE.Capt" :: DaggtU.......... ;..*..Wednesday, 8- 7.00p m
". v"':;";' .:. ......, "'- t...... .. ..... # --! CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. Catherine....... .i__....-.. Friday, I' 109.00am
1, CITY OF BIRMINGHAM;Capt Bur ..... ........Saturday, 11- 7.00pm
CITY OF BA V ANNAH.........\-... ;:..:-....Monday; 13- II.re a in
TALLAHASSEE. -Flafeer.,f.MuT.T.M. ::, _-..;....._.....Wednesday J&12.30pm
St. Johns River Line. KANSAS CITY. Caps Kempton ...h..r.. : Friday, 17- 2.00pm
,U _. ,. ". CHATTABOOCHEE. ('apt. Zteffcett........... Saturday, ." 18- SOupm
CITY OF AUGUSTA Uapti.....Monday. ;' 20- 00pm
and CITY OF BIRMINGHAM Capt. Burg:.....,,.;....Wednesday, .1 :X- 660pm
Ttr, Sanford, Enterprise Intermediate Points ,on the St. CITY OF'tSA V ANNAH.,::.........S:.-.................Friday, 34- 7.50am
,. .' Jbhnfl ,River.. '. TALLAHASSEE,.......v*.....,.....Saturday,* JI s-;.; 8.00pm
KANSAS'CITY, Captt Kempton ...;......... .Monday, ,.. :fir: 10 Jam
CH ATTAEOOCHEE.; Capt. Daggett .-......Wednesday, -'li30 p m
STEAMER: "EVERGLADE.- ? NACOOCHEE. Smith .... .._..__.....,......_.""_... Friday.x It 31- 2.80pm

Leave Jacksonville for Hanford Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays,at 3:30 p. x. Re- FOR BOSTON.

,:tura4ng. ,leaves Banfqrd Mondays,.Wednesdays and Fridays,at 10 A. x.* GATE CITY''Capt. Doane.........:..:..............................Thursday, J ly'2.-01-2 sb p m
CITY OF,MACON, Capt.Lewis............._..._..._.Thursday !9=- 8.00am
; STEAMER: WELAKA., .: GATE CITY,Cat t. Doane.. ..,;..._..... M.... .._..Thursday, }I 16= 1.00pm
i. CITY O' MACON, Capt. Lewis. .. _.. ..........................Thursday, 2-. 7.00pm
.. Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and ,Fridays at 3:30 P. x. Returning,leaves GATE CITY, Capt., Doane .. ................Thursday, ,t', 30-: :: 1.30p m
Sanford Sundays and Wednesdays'at; 4:03 A. x. FOR 1'HILADELPRIA. /.J" S '.

The above steamers are fitted up with. first-class accommodations' for passengers, and (This f'hlpdoe:NOT Carry Passengers.) .

tables will' be supplied with best In marketi DESSOUG Capt. Asklns..,._ ..... ..... .*...Saturday,July 4- 480pmDESSOUG
,Capt. Asklna..... ...- ._..... .-._.Tuesday, 14- 11.00am
General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay Street. DESSOUG, Capt.Asklns ...'- .... ......... ..Friday. 24- 7,30pm

F. M. IRONHforvUEK..Jr., Fla. Pass.Agent,88 West Bay Jacksonville; Fla THESE. 'pALACE STEAMERS, ."
w. F. OO FW FAY Traveling Passenger Agent,88,West Bay St.,Jacksonville,'Fla. Connecting with the Savannah.Florida\ and Western'Railway(Wajrcross Short Line))bQTdf.to
;".x J" O. PLOT, Fit.!Agt on wharf,foot Hogan.,Jacksonville, Fla. the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.Through .
Tickets and Bills of Lading,Issued to principal points North East and Northwest
4JOH1. ,, \ L. HOW ARDi. Fla.;Frt.: 'Agent foot Laura St.,Jacksonville, Fla. via Savannah. For Information and rooms apply to
V J. A. LESLIE; 'Supt., foot Laura St.,Jacksonville,'Fla. J. P. BECKWITH, General Agent, H. R. CHRISTIAN,Soliciting Agent
MARSHA,H. CI TBE. Asst.Traffic Manager.5 Bowling Green, New York., 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville.
R. L.WALKER Agent C. G. ANDERSON, Agent,
THEO. G. EOEB','Traffic Manager.5 Bowling Green..Y. New Pier, No.85 North River New York. City: ;eBullding.9aeann 2.Ga.: < .

WM. P., OI/TDB & CO., Gen1 Agents, W. L. JAMES RICHARDSON'Agent 13 s.Third& BARSARD.Street,Philadelphia.J. Agents .Lewia'. Wharf. Boston.
D. HA8HAGEN, Eastern Agent. Sav..Fla.A Western Ry.Co 281
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Pliiiadelpnia. 5
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Bowling G- M. SORREL. .anager., "W.E. ARNOLD,Gen.Trav. Agt., Broa1"ar.. Fla..
For Ticket apply to S ,.F.&'W. Railway office. IESTABLISHED

Wilftams & Clark Fertilizer Co. 187. ,
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.' D.. DUNCAN, Florida 'Salesman.f .

f Grain, ,Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

ericus, Orange Tree Fertilizer ..
V1 Americus Orange Tree: No. '2, 5 5 5 5

1.. : Americus Ammoniated Bone SuperDhosphate} t- / .-

S ::5' Americus Pure Bone Meal Americus Bone and Potash,. '. I HANDLE.. ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE SEEDS. COMPLETE STOCK OU'

.. :::{': : Americus Strawberry Fertilizer A ..
5 .' Hay Corn 'Oats Flour Bran .Wheat Grits Meal
r." ;:..., ;> -. AmericusSutohate' of Potash ::", ;

.-:a...i\v,. \ .;"' S > S Florida Vegetable Fertilizer.aeosa : ,- COTTON SEED MEAL, Both Bright and Dark.

..... : C. F.Winton; 'Mandarin, Fla.: Dr. H. Knight, Bellevlew,Fla.; M. E. STATE AGENT FOB PURE
WI4ssL 0hna0Bt. Fla.; M. P.GodfiW Mlnneola, Fla., GROUND BONE,
,A_ ens. all eorreapOBdeace to W. fLl.IAHS,A CLARK FERTILIZER +
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Star Brand Fertilizers 4

CANE 'MILLS If yon suffer with any form of thisterrible GUABAXTXXD. Comprising A2TAX.Y8IS. wit .. "
_ loathsome disease ,and desire to get cured SULPHATE 8H.FERTILIZER. <
MOM kinds and sizes of Mill and Evaporators, prompUy'permanenU7'- and cheaply, use Orange Tree, and Vegetable,
_=um and Sugar Cane,are' made by The Turkish Electric Ointment. Immediate KAINIT, Ere. .
re* S
.r Ire" Works Co.,of Clndofi UOM
'tfct*by any other works in the worid-"They are Met Action,cool and soothing. It lithe only These Fertilisers have superior in the market and a trial will confine .
.fh. es ole ress of,tbe Vit r.QrtfA Water and remedy In the world,and cores the worst cases '
JMiM JflUi, the Genuine tot Evaporator, and theO : .
1.Msat c >ot Evaporator Send for Catalogue, In existence.' Bent by mall on receipt of one MASON' 1 Wholesale aid Retail Dealers I. rKelp and
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,...,an4The Sorghonv Head&olt.' dollar-no free samples. We mean business. I ;I Domestic
f Don't hesitate,but remit at OBoe;and address
plainly, TUBXXSH PHABKACT:, Albion,

Mich. _ .. .... .... WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC.

N .eurit nq.li ta.oa..to..I. 11y five.Yi. ydj t PEARS F8R PROFIT': W THE SMTH.ILLUSTRATED ,WkWwali Dealers In 'MTLWAUKEE Hid :B. & E. BEEIS, use 1eIe! ,:r... a.r.
LIBT;FREE.formery :
Old Dominion White Rye aa*Celebrated Silrer Ki g Bear IaMb 1876.
a .sta. : JeasHtfr: ,; .' O.iv Tltfiraa$ '
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Catalogue and Price-List,address, --.v...-
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Valley....._..___ 2.00 Virginia Glade ...:____ 4."
-- '.. Orange ... ,....,....,,. '
Hpriny V.lleT.,..:_.._ _. .... r.OU I Old BourbonMMM. XB89LVTKLY THit B181. Q. Iitf,Never Varies. SO years'actual teat In the Field prone them to be .....?_?_?. 2 5O soar nash...:.._____ L99h
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wailed far: raisins large crops. .The' parity of the component'materials and.the scientific ac- Clifton PferthCaro: Club.... _............................... Old JBaker...._:..?..,.?.,..__..,..;;, IeeMODtro.e .
-.q.wfcfc which they are combined make Brsdley's Fertilizers the most perfect well as the moat'scoitotsioat VelrettPRICE te.oo.

ptaat-food the orange or vegetable grower-can use.. Send for beautifully illustratediiiyFERTILIZER Jigs extra: 1 gallon 25c. 2 gallon 50c.() 3 gallon 75C. :Remit by:>> poet ogee, \
: money order,'check or registered letter. We cannot ship C. O.D. to dry towns,..
A completf price? list of Groceries, and Wine list, sent free on appll>M1on.
CO., 27 Kjlby StfBostontAUTA'aA.j : : John Olarlr. Son .&', 'Oo.PIANOS. ..


IxMAted OB'Orang Lake,the home'of the native orange. Rich high hammock lands. Pitting young;men for the active datksof Hfe..
-risis*seventy 41 ve feet above the lake level. Flourishing orange groves. Prominent vegetable Chartered by the Legislature oMTlretela,'ant
tecfioiat. :Well -watered. Natural,drainage. Railroad, telegraph, post office .. endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce,Co ae&,
and s hcoi Mfiitfefl. Universally pronounced.one of the very beat locations the State. and catalogue prominent,circulars dUnnloCt1tedtywhereloeateLFor and testimonials,addressJ.
AB lngpoeMJkyillsay" fy the most critIcaL Inquiries may be addressed to ., UNEQUALLED INTone .G! t1NS1dOu..President SUoatoa.Va. :

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:' ,Ar ,Touch,WorkDtamh p 5 Durability $19. IHTK ...

EstaW1+dd,1856. ;' 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery; Baltimore,22 and 24 East Baltimore Street. '
; New York, lib Fifth Are. IEST.IllEsJCTIYE..r' ,
Washington; 817 Market Space. ;

FftU: IT .LAND N U R S E ,R IE S, any Six O TuletT ner daji.E N.'earlier tested x.Y.Groctodtat sttbcAgrlcirtl Color than'

greenish white pulp
tender,.tweet and( d.
:Aga, Georgia llrlotu.' The oily grape

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ws4ree ..for Fall fad winter delivery an Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Each Tine sealed with
.. ..ISM,etc. salted to Florida .All the new Peaches lately originated In Florida. our rejrUteied trademark
.\- sMSjsvsuperb sleek ef Eyergreefis,Camellias,Greenhouse plante,etc.kwe _____ ____ label. Send for
,, ... been jteated la Florida for thirty-three yean past. Catalogue, free.. circular Address STEPIlXN KITIUK:lunu HOYTS*r Information.bOSS,New Agents Canaan wanted Ct.a

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