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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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 Material Information
Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
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System ID: UF00055765:00198
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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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BLAKE &. )RIPLEY,: ;... '* .OO1STTE1TTS.OROTX B. W. TOHE' & CO.

AGENTS ..... .. .... un o. .um-Tbe Orange Outlook; .: ,. 7** ,.
-$ t ,The State Chemist tra Raw. Phosphate;One Season's Record with Peaches Valuable Exhibit ThomasYille, Ga. A new
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FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE ; treatise on Pear trees iud
c > ,Too Mach Shade;Unfrnltfalnets of Fruit TreeI-, .... .- .' .743:
BOSTON. 'V. *,THS I1LBi-Cheese:Making in Florida .. ,. >'. 1" t Issued, including the latest .
57. CHATHAM ST.. f', "'FJJUUCK AMD TEUCXTB' : -Practical Farm Talks-No.;10; ., .. I '. 747 Pear and Culture beat Information, togetHer*oa* .
Price CnUloguea of weekly sales ftuILIeUd ZDiroRLib-KotesUM of Commercial Fertilizers: One-Idea Work: Iron for Orange Trees; 743.
L' .sa a.IIeU8B. ,. Tobacco Note*;.Experiment with Crude. Phosphate;,Markets lor.)lorlda Produce;Questions Descriptive and Price List .
". and replier; .. ., .. .. ,' .- ,. 749 of Pear, Plum Persimmonand
1 _.w.JIAMBIIT.. .- J.;. H.818th,, Ou*YOUTH FOLKS-Mr.and Mrs.Bowser; PaU rI'Pets Tricks of Manners; -. 750 other fruit trees. .
.AJFMA"an. 18M.., ';; <,' OUE RuuLXr Hora Xo Tlma to Repine; O -Door Life for Women;Okra:; . 751 .
_' ,TB, PAUOEER IIUAXCK-Tom Sawyer Tells i.bout.a1 Alllanceman Named Arnold;Should PATENT GRAZING
rt ''ARNE1T Suffrage be Extended to the Other Sex 753Mr. ., ,.
DROSS, :Hind's Reply Less Money Per Beads Major.Campbell's Talks" .753 .
B, How the Alliance Benefits Our, Not Our Fiscal System MUZZLE. '
AGENTS ; .Farmers. ';. :". OrerrroductionRefonn19,. ,,. : ,. 754! .
FLORIDA FRUITEXCHANGE.W Mortgages and Marriages; .' '. .. ,755 Our new Spiral Spring Muzzle allows stock tOt
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and Price each
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H'fonmiiriofl:. Traik ud. Tema.rr.raL .. The Nutmeg Orange: Florida; a,the Fair . . .756 at.factory.,or$1.50 post paid,cash with order. .

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ODWHeaIiiOlL'. All orders to be addressed to S. B.HUXSAXD&.
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SPECIAL COLLECTION -FOR FALLpl'ANTJN'G.: :
Co.,who have taken charge of the business both*
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GS.. PALMER; I. Sure Crop Cabbage.................-.....:.... Improved American Ruta-Baga.: t.............. 05 :
I &READE gr., ,NEW, YOWL norida Drumhead Cabbage.. ................!; Improved Blood Turnip.Beet......*........... 05 GEO. s. HACKER & SONMAirCFACTUBKBa it :
Improved[ Hanson Lettuce.................'..i. St. Valery Carrot..............................- os /.
SOUTHERN 'PRODUCE A SPECIALTY I Long Scarlet Radish.:....'.....:-.:........'... 101 Home Delight Tea..:.................,....... 10 #
Orange LeatOBSt; Plneappiea, smdailothei Giant Southern Mustard.......*..............- Chattier Radish..................-.V..........'OS : OT-. .
FraHa and early truck, aiso,' dried firslttMitftert Purple- Top Globe Turnip..................;.. Kxtra;Early Milan Tnrnip...................... OS I w'i
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CMeaefM market reports furale&ed'flnee., H. G HASTINGS. & CO.., Intcrlachcn, Fla.;
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.. Referenece; BradstreeU. and eetabllafeedBMreh&Bta ,Our new 40-page catalogue free on:application., '. .
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'Beta from old bearing vlaee,well matured THE EARLIEST AND. BEST' GRAPE 'IN FLORIDA ?:
Reed aad. warraated true to name. o
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State Agent for the Diamond White Grape Company.E. ..;.
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And Building Material;
Also full'stock of NIA'OAKA,DBLAWA&S,IVES,CTKTHIANA,NORTON,CHASSUAS. ,Duo:HAM-

FM mmm IJP8 suxo and all other leading and new;varieties of Grapevines, native a foreign.' CHARLESTON, S. C<

+ d PROP. N. A. PRATT. .- Consulting Chemist and Mining Engineer. f
Q._.,PRATT, 'e e .. -' e Assistant ChemistGeological ': '
iota for list to J9HN. B. BEACH } BENTON&UPSONJACKSONVILLE '
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".. .Metbsar3I t .'.., LABOB1TOH1B8. ," 73 WEST,FOESXTH Iff., JACK801WLLE, FLJL,'AXD COR5EB BROAD AID, FLA., ..
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'. lIw '. Chemical Analysis< in all' its Branches.; Geological, Mining and '

; + '' : BARGAIN.. ..- ", Technical" Advice. Pllo-vl ltell'aHd- Fertilizers, a. Specialty.. IRRIGATING '

IRRIGATIQN :PLANT ..T..J'J.- : PADI'&. -; .
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With WORTHINGTON .Dvubie cting Pump, THE PAINE FERTILIZER COMPANY,. :
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4, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. MACHINERY
gee*order. Sa kfitctory reason for selling.Q. .
:< A. F. ZJNUORUB.t Office 60 West Bay tttreet, Warehouse and Wharves at the terminus of the 1'.C.*P.B,Bttt. ,
r -4t. i ,.&i'P1s. ."John RIver, Mast! JackkonTlile.Manufacturers. <
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., :CRIND A Bead u..ournameand we will mall you-fr im time to time much general'Information. STHAI e HURSH POM
soceeamnl and e-Ubito cnltui In Klorlda. '
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'' Established' 200Acres in Fruit
for XUBstrate4 CaUitatolnc 1856.! ? Nursery.. _
Y. bgw'oo prtoes ef'a tte 4'armstion ONE ACRE 'UNDER GLASS.. ,

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.Evipiratir.'FLOW" : We offer for Fell sad winter deliver/ au immense a stock of Fruit and Ornamental tree' for Estimates. }
*- .Aoaec, Palms,eta.-ratted Florida. All, the new ieachea lately originated'Florida.; Write :
,CHHM.... AJeo a superb Block of Evergreens,i raelllaa.Greenhouse plants,eta ." _'
FgN6t. .J, .Oar' products' have been LeMed.ln Florida for thirty. yean part. CataJ"pelfe6.J.'f"8. ;PEARS ,FW' PMFIT IN .THC SSYTL. 4,. .:
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They will, be worth fifty cents. per'box more than, ifrusty.: : .

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Will destroy. :' them, and 'prevent further. damage. Spraying' Machines at manufacturers' prices.' Orange box, .

material, viz.: Spruce_ pine.. heads; Bangor,' TUl? la, Poplar and Virginia .q\ ni sides{ Birch'hoops i l mixed .

'. Hoops,, orange wraps, .1 ladders, sizers; orange clips, nails,..etc.., all of the best quality and as .cheap as the .

.'.clii; pest.. Send.'for'fcircuiars" '{; and i Price'Lts- '.' : ,. : j*.

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t !is. 'tile-most.effe ti. fofflpolmd) :yet t. discovered for destroying, the,insects i infesting the orange. ,tree, and! is .a sovereign remedy

..;;forthe:t ,various forms of fungi. on trees and plants. Being free from all substances.of( a,caustic ,corrosive or poisonous nature, .it, can,

be hihdled"with.perfect t ( sdfety to the person,: and applied. to the.trees: .at:any sta -e of IUQWUt'Vl.1tbut'lnJury.{ : "
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: :This'inseclicide' has been:;used Tv) some'of the largest orange ,growers, in the state durinp- the, past two .years, and has piyenperftct .
.satisfaction.: References furnished on-application. '
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,FOR{ RUST MITfe,-. USE.ONE: OUART-TO'FIFTY, GALLONS'OF WATER: "VfieIused at,Ms strength the; .trees should be sprayed

'i for the Rust Mite: twice a month.through-the t t : .season. Where. J labor:constitutes the. 'principal)item of fexpense, in spraying trees it is better

; and} cheaper to ,use the insecticide at full strength, viz,: One'gallons of ,solution. to 50 gallons of water, as the t fumes! from the !nsectC !- '

will:kill theJtosfcMite< { 'even.1f the solution should not happen' to'touch t them., 'In .\using?: theJ Insecticide. at this strength. 'will'save, '

,:' three or J four sprayings! t through the season, ;thereby red.uclngJhe cost from one-th.i.rdo! one-half.: This is an Adantege Possessed. fey. .

,- .Be. Other Preparaflorof. Sulphur if'used. .in i this manner it t will also. kill the other insects t that may_ be moving on the trees.. .-

,:'.' ,FOR RED SPIDER and SCALE, .use,one gallon to fifty gallons: ,of(. water. General l directions for using sent on application-- '

," : :,'j. PRICE 20c.. PER'GXtLON, 'in barrels. If there is no agent in your. vicinity, write for price delivered. : '

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Tie: AUntton'o? :ahlepm to directed to the Plant S.:8. Line.between.HavanA.Key,Wert and-Taaipa,:and Mouth'Florida Railway. between Tamp and Baaford.'8..F.&W.R,.between *
Jaek onvtUe.GalnerrtUe.Bainbridge River Junction and,Savannah,Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah Polladelphla,Eton: and New
York,and Merebjkata aad Ulaen Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore {.The beat equipped.,"fastest and most. prompt line between. all point in Florida and aU
potato North,a&d, lfOiweiu! Keeelveri.gad.,Shipper will profit-etonowtn&UDparal1e! connection: O" : __. .; ._.
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Doable dally. st freighi't .,, :serviee', For, a4lpolnU. ': .. Wet via Albany,Jesup, Bainbridge. and daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,BaJnbridge., ..
....TaDD& : f '** < *%-- Jesnp and Savannah to all points la J'lorldai; fast freight tralas;botti rut.Qalaesvilte/Jaek;
Daily fast freight all rail connection:via:Ul.Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern,Interior. sonvllle,Callahan and Live Oak ? 5 .
-- ---* poIata, Including.New;York.Boston, Philadelphia,Baltimore,Washington and -Four; ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steaxasfefp Company,safllagfirom. ;-
J New'York(New Pier 86,North River,)direct for Savannah Monday,Wednesday,Frldey... '
Fsan toss a"VsjJc. for Iftw T rk via Ocean. Steamship' Companyleaving. ; .. Savannah ..Saturday. i ; ..
L j9i v' ,.W HBCIa y..P'MAaga riftd AMNBZ A ni. The Boston and Savannah.Steamship Company steamers will leave Be.te.T8M'.11. "
) _qp Oft*a week for Hatthi ig7vla'' M mvu ut"' and Miners'Transportation Com 18,:and' Hi Savannah direct; making connection,oa the dock'at S.Taaaah'wlik mn
,leaving vannahevery WedBesday and Saturday. freight tralBS for all points in Florida. '' r.' or:
eaeottons for Boston vUr Boston and f&Yaanan. Steamship Company,leaving SavannahJaae From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Philadelphia. I, 11 and '49,
1.'11,16 and.. '; r: every five days from regular sailing day via New York Savannah. .
via CompanyleatftnEM From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners:Traatpertaiiea Co., .a4
Oeancetlon' for Pblledelphla'every tea day*: Ocean Steamship evsjpr Tuesday .
Jane 1.1C and 2*. Friday, making dose connection,with 8., F.A W*Ry..for,all points_la erIiIa'.' .
fttmiMt days for. Steamships are MMeet|o efeange without notice. "
: -r1'h Florida' IMspateh Llae,te the iekeiic meats of the above llnea,or to _,, :WM.P. HARDER,Geal Fretffht A vest,SavaaMb,flu-:.. 1By
r. 6.D.OWENS,Traffic Uaaager,Savaaaah;(h.. ')-.,B.PAPT,Aut-'Trame Manager, Savannah, Ga.: W M.DAVIDSOW; Geal Traflc Ages; JaeksoavBto. ,Fia.J. .
.P.JORDAlt,Tray.Anent' .Qulnoy. .' J. E.DBitrrox;Tray.-Agent, .TaCkio1i Ie.,'.. .. .T.H.8TxPBD8.APBt.T&ekiol # ..
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.'Complete FertJlUen for Veetble1aad Fruit Trees. Analysis and price upon application.R. :' Selected strate ofX3ioicestVariytleomt Fri Trees a$peela Iy.. ..1 ".
; __ ,,, .8.'FULLER CO.,State. Agent ,- ? Bad .Woed fer'*akai a*tinea/4; ,
.8B0. W. BAKER'S' 'ROTTED' BONE: MANURE, Deeompoped with Potash. SB per Our stock i*large and complete. 'PROMPT ATTXNTjNjTO,CefiKHHPOW V +O1.!:_
torn doHTfircfl.. 8tl*ra&teed. Aral rM 'Bead tor Catatogae and samples; '*; '. < Catatogae aad Prlce-Ltrt, tiiHross. ,,: ;- "
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o e d -Orc mod. would result in the sacrifice of the agent and dispenser of flame colored a large body of producers can Be so ''

crop, for a season or*two. JIf the ,Florida literature may be disposed lo 'closely organized", to control the ,,

R increase is not fluctuating but steady, howl 'calamity liar' --but the t tacts,can crop. We have no precedent of the }
THE ORANGE,OUTLOOK. thechannels of distribution will enlarge not be covered up and are patent to kind and it does not seem feasible. .. .

Views of Mr. A. H. Manvllje.A. and ramify proportionately. I those who are disposed to look forthemselves. | Even were it possible I -do not think ,, '

H. Manville,, the well iknown am.not prepareato-say what the effect : ." It desirable. A.single agency in control : '
o'f outside be but 14You take view of of the would find the
grower and agricultural writer; production may gloomy orange Orange crop .
-' orange haq' recently "given'expression.to his asI have already aidI, 'do not'think growing'-;? difficulties of, distribution and market .
such a sudden and disastrous-increase ing insurmountable task of sup
ideas, oil the orange prospect. ;Mr. PROFITS OF ORANGE GROWING.
at'all iikely so far as Florida"is con plying the the,country with '
# Manville has,had'peculiar advantages ;'By no means, ::1 have been grpw- through '
for.obtaining' accurate information as cerned. ing oranges in Florida for more than cooked iood a Washington

to the approximate .vield, as well as ..''"Those* who estimate future crops twenty years and.rnever_ was more san. bureau would scarcely be more diffif:

favorable opportunities for observing by multiplying the acreage by .the guine than now over orange culture cult. The result would scarcely fail / : r'cers.

range production in this'country from number of trees, Viand the result by profit. I believe oranges pay' better to be" financial disaster to the-produ- ,

3. commercial point of view, which the average, box-bearing capacity of, than any other orchard crop. The 1
ive, special interest to his opinions, mature trees overlook some irapprtant -. disadvantages and drawbacks .k' have THE MARKETING 'PROBLEM OLVED. '

isreply to. a question, as. to 'the t facts-facts thatcanhot' be mentioned, were anticipated,by all "To what do you attribute our improved .
probable number of boxes this seaspn, ignored by those .who would' 'arrive at farseeing men; similar difficulties are market conditio ?*: Y''
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".A few ,are claiming that the of the orange industry in Florida. most fields. If orange culture had only crop reaches sufficient proportions to ;

prospect indicates 'a. crop of four"vmUHoii While:numerous ,young grdves'are annually the roseate side we are so fond 'o( render it commercially important, its ..

boxes, some place the*,figure coming in ,and-will,continue to dwelling upon, we, should very soon sale and distribution speedily fall

AS High,as four and a half million. I come in for years td come, we .have have'too many growers and too many under the operation these laws. It

do not ',consider such ,statements reached a period when groves are going -, oranges.. These difficulties. prevent' is 'the ;trade,' the'berated middleman ; ,

retaWe. The highest estimates I,have out as.well, as coming in. A very overcrowding and overproduction, that always has and always"will render; .

' ..'seen'from,reliable sources place the large portion, of the area planted to they are really the safeguard of the the labor of'the.;producer profitable. y

next crop at three and a, half million oranges 'm this State:is''not specially man who overcomes them who By'middleman do not mean 'commis

boxes. I think -it more likely to.fall adapted to'this fruit, Considerable strikes and wins.", sion'man.' However satisfactory our '

., below than to exceed fhis. ,Last is positively ill adapted to the orange. "Wjiat in your*opinion Is the solu. dealings with commission merchants i

seaao 's Crop slightly exceeded two Here groves are brought into bear tion of the marketing problem may have been individually, the commission

anal i half milHo boxes,.and the crop ,ing and maintained only by close attention ."I'confess, I don't see any problem system has proven, ruinously .

y of .'i $99e' was] about two ''and a, -and heavy outlay. By reason to solve.. We realized good prices/or inadequate to the marketing of the crop .

quarter tnillioii. of non resideiit ownership, lack of our fruit last season and the season, and fortunately Tor us these laws oi

ONLY A' FAIR 'CROP.. ., capital or lack of adaptability.to the, before;"the prospect is equally good trade have stepped in a"nd preventedhe

r'For the' -five the ratio of business, a very large portion of the for the future. With a stable ;market continuance of indiscriminate shipping .
increase id the past product years of'our' grove area of this,class* is*and will re= and satisfactory standard value what on this plan-middlemen of the right ,
: groves main non-produdlive. The close observer do ? It is the the farmer
more we, want true Stamp are as important
has remained,practically thesame.. J
t is struck by the number of groves average ,has not been high but we" and fruit grower thefertilizerswhieh,
see no reason for change {this ,
year in-each' locality that stand bright and must consider that while Florida undoubtedly they apply to their'soil.. When, 'the
1 Tier /or some to It is
scarcely possiblethat years the come.trees, ..will green, year after year yet, fail to bear produces,the finest oranges orange buyers came "to' Florida and .. : .
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double treble their in fruit.r Many are finding their locations in the world, her product, like her bought the crop of 188990 our.marketing -. .
or a
.again ; crop exposed to the of 'Jack soils is and she markets solved." ''
beenjcnown top ravages uneven, an problem was ,
-have
I mangle year; as,they Frost more than occasional .
to of fruit
to doin the We have reached yield enormous quantity very poor SELL THE FRUIT AT HOME. '
past For these.and other deterrent wh'fch down the
the time/not ,of fixed production but crops. brings average-go'od "You are in favor of selling, at '
,especially fruit +ood While
young
reasons many groves, has.bought.g prices. "
steady increase. We have passed home? :
groves, are being and will continue to some have netted $z to $2.50 as com* '
enormous
the period of the incoming "Most decidedly. Home market
.' be abandoned. with returned others the :
pared; 750. '
of young' groves, and of exemption + is far seek the is is the only plan, by -which (the orange ; .
from drawbacks, (incident toy most HOW PRODUCTION IS LIMITED, reason not to ; secret crop can be disposed of satisfactorily .

successful industries)-that was a '' The* diseases and.insects that prey the same that overcomes the difficul to the grower. Sales at home''mean .
ties and maintenance
', riod'when estimates of ten/' twenty on trees have found us out'and ot grove building ; market value cash in hand to the '' .
orange; it is the specialist that
and even fifty million box crops in are, doing their part to -keep :down- the thoroughgoing high grpwer, and leaves distribution, trans '
price.
gets '
*i & future alarmed speculatorsfor f portation etc., where they t '
} near production; they will remain with us.- ,-,"Do think the organized efforts storage,
It was also the* speculative period The 'foot rot* alone,, which destroyed of the you have about belongto'the trade/which is equipped -.
.of culture." \ growers brought for dealing with such questions. It is .
orange, r sb mail) groves in Italy a few years this result?" :
deserved
NO DANGER OF OVERPRODUCTION. since, is at work and wilt number not only the best plan but the only plan .
y ADVANTAGES OF ORGANIZATION. possible The, laws of supply and,de- .
"You do riot believe.in overroduc.aiothanr thousands of bearing sweet seedlingtrces'among '
; its victims this'year. The 'They have contributed to it,to a mand and of commercial competition' '

"Nnot is'the sense of its being careful thoroughgoing fruit 'grower limited extent-but to a limited extent necessitate a 'market in.every producing '

.M all likely that more, oranges will .will-prevent or eradicate it, but unfortunately only* '' A strong fruit growers' territory, where the crop js of '
of grove organization is influential,in, securing sufficient importance to Have a market ',
> be in,the United States >a large proportion
erwc produced
thaa the people,can readily consume owners are neither fruit growers .n'or better transportation, preparation for value. Where, among all the, esfab-. .

t at prices profitable to the power.* But careful-,and thoroughgoing." It Is the market, etc.; and improved market fished agricultural and horticultural .

the 'channels of distribution,, are same thoroughgoing mail who.understands conditions, which would come slower* products this, or any other country, f'.:
in-the natural order, of things, can be have exception? The tiltw o1' ,
fatted during the pak few years they his. business that wins in the we an r i
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hastened by co-operative action. the.soil. who sends his a thousand .
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Y fora been repeatedly blocked, tempq- battle with insect 'enemies, which crop '
icy bv*indiscriminate shipping' lisust;now,be waged without,cessation Much has been accomplished in this miles to market, at his own risk takes '
direction but much remains to be chances in lottery- with the'e44e Y
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harvest time.- t
The spring/until
,ad tow. m eCtof .from cany
Mfcbgm fwJden gluts.and Ii CaECir .These 'are'agencies that work'--againet done, and it is to ;fee hoped: that an heavily against him. The. Stele that '

a production would be to paralyze the overproduction; some will be loth to organization of this 'kind can did will lias."no market within its borders for i its.' -. ; ::., '

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"productions, must remain. (commercially trade, 50 many: buyer came that. the The State .Chemist,. on_ Raw Phos- soluble condition; that is, soluble in

)' tri atjlry." Home Market auction was inadequate i .: .phate. chemically putt water. The acids of '.

':. "To-;what extent is.the.Florida'Fruit ,to supply them and they'vi -ited Editor Farmer and,Frnt| Crowerr the soil, carbonic and other, the 'nitrates -

.' Jkchange a.factor in-the. situation' 4 air parts of the State; buying'the bulk, i have: just returned from Washington nitrites, free ammonia'and combined -
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:. THE* FRUIT EXCHANGE.. of the crop. .. where ( have' been attending,-ra ';ammonia are the agents ''which -

-. ". "The Exchange during (''At the outset the patronage; ,giventhe some respects, the' most: remarkable .act and react upon the. '*reverted" .
was organized -
', the chaotic .Hdme Market was not as greatas series of scientific 'meetings ever herd 'acid, and these-are'always present in
j : period'of orange marketing i in this country, viz.: The',meetings soil and it is probably through .
: # : in ,the hope'that it would bring' its merits deserved, but' was sufiident w.ateri
ofthe National Association oFOfficia their that phosphoricacid .
.' relief. It did not receive sufficient establish the business'bn a agency .
' } to influence conr sound oasis;, it t'has'grown'steadily, its i Chemists, the National l Association of passes into plant circulation t and is ...
,marketing :
.patronage -
Chemists the:: National assimilated.as food. .
, rfitiorvs"to' considerable .andritsj".rstplan last sea so If's business aggregating Agricultural ; plant .
extent
any double that of the previous i Association (for' the :Advancement of Your second question.: "In .the..
: ., of uhsatitactofy seasons
:: ': operation proved :
r.' ..' -. ., 'this'was. d stri 'combined. It will inaugurate its ,fifth Science and the International Association ; Belleyiew soft phosphate (phosphoric ; : :
to so uteIt
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t fruit io reach all season By the opening of j its warehouse of Geologists. Ia am ..thereforepretty acid 27.63 per cent:) how long do" "
as consuming
. As it waS impossible:[ to maintain points.the doors for the receipt of.Oranges on the thoroughly'tired out, and as the you suppose it would have to "steep"in
; accumulation of work dunng: th'reeweeks' the ,under the rain to yield .
number of first of next month, (October). my ,ground ..
It : agencies required, recourse
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'absence looks at the present half of its
up say. one ., phosphoricacid
"Do prefer
had merchants buyers buy'at the
.: was to cpmmission : tot. ; '
moment rather overwhelming, I shall ? Will soil water dissolve the
auction
.: and the plan was finally abandoned or grove? ;
o
a.
ask to let me oil'with a -hur. acid faster tlta'n
you very phosphoric. pure ,
any
1"t'-..; ::. '.. .as aggravating the conditions i it was"designed They .prefer to buy at' auction ried reply to the interesting inquiries ,rain water, will ?" ., i:.
4 j to improve Since then it has because all elements of ""
... uncertaintyare you make in your esteemed favor ofthe22d.ult. As to the first question, I feel .a
'
confined itself in six '
t to. agencies The does .
or
eliminated. buyer' "not '
,hesitancy in venturing' re,
great any
: seven large' cities where the fruit is have to deal with'a man' of whose /oe
.h ''sold! at auction, the greater part of its business methods he is ,ignorant. The As to your firsttinquiry: ,, "D9. the ply. The .company, I understand, .'
oxides-of and alumina in soft take the ground that the, material they ;
Iron' our ,
,'if. ,: fruit! going to;New Yerk 1 ;pr 'Boston. 'fruit is before him, its.. quality;, its have selling'is marl and does not
make are a
L ,The. Exchange plan is of course open to ability toF;*:stand upland the,style in phosphates? any tendency to '
under -Florida fertilizer'law.
E the-saine,objections.as,,any otl er'plan which it is packed are definite .quantities the soluble phosphoric acid-revert to come :our '
.
of forced distribution'' in contradistinction ,'the ,insoluble? If so, to what extent?" The matter has been.submitted to ,the
He knows how tong'it'wilt taketo
To this The Attorney General and as soon as his
question, presence
yes.
to the natural distrib tion.io reach his market whaf prices. rule '
decision, is'reached I shall be in .
lime
of free carbonate of and a
probablyof
r Yyry ,. cident to.home;:sales where' each, consuming'section -- there-.and what Buyers fromthe. other somewhat
*' ( the tricalclc orthophosphate, or position to investigate the
draws its
: ,own supply" markets.are paying. There i is' no un
what is often termed"bone"phos questions propound. Until his
1 ... from the, producing territory accord: certainty as. to weather, labor pack you '
; ph te," which are.nearly always present decision is,given 'I prefer to express no; .
.' ing torts ability pay for and dispose ing material l,. etc., 'as there is when he'buys '
in superphosphates, have the same"tendency" opinion. .* .
of the fruit. for ,
: As general the : afford
agency on tree. fie can to
.
The of I .
an.d 'in poiiit of fact do pn.d'part question ,
your .
relief the 'EXchange l labors under the pay more.than when he takes these ;
produce the same result.Vhat is believe has -, been partially answered' .
of confined to the .
disadvantage! being risks; in fact, the competition from .
above .
,
termed rfrevertecl" acid .
: *,few:, markets.where'it\ sells.exclusiyely: his own.and otfier:"markets forces him phosphoric -
d ,, whatever their condition of supply and .to pay' the.Highest :market price if hegels.the which,, technically, should 'c nsisf of I trust'you 'will pardon'this. very.

'values may be; Through the half fruit." .* .' the monohydrated or: di calcic ortho- era'

,dozen points not more'than'a a:third' of phosphate,but which; in ordinary fer- ) '

'. the"*'orange ,consuming territory is '". ON THE. TREE". 9R' lfAt. THE AUCTION tilizers, as estimated by its solubility': in in soil water, as indicated by ,their solubility .'
in neutral l citrate of ammonia .
Reached ." neutral citrate of ammonia,' is a some-
the
\by leaving other two- : '
? in
what varying mixture of ferric alumina you will find some determinations '
thirds t6 seek its l ewhere. I '
) supply. "What advantages has the home .
: and calcic is assumed last .annual report and which, so
tote
do. not think; however, that .the ,Ex auction phosphates, my ;
at the
over
change anticipates handling.-the whole the ?"selling. grove. .for. "available",as plant food and is far as I know, are tjie only ones, pub- .
: grower: .
lished. It is assumed
considered by most agricultural ch'em- generally that
.. or'even a large* part of the'crop or '
; the Home Market there- "
"Selling.in fists as of equal value with free phosphoric any phosphoric.acid which is soluble
: that it proposes attempting ;
; any; great
ceives and
cash'-in hand deals with an acid or the water soluble in this menstruum'is immediately{ avail .
.changes in the marketing ,
.: present sys- institution of whose reliability he is able'as ( albeit the, ;
mono-calcic phosphate. Divested, of plant food, assumption -
fem. It
seems sattsfierwlt.h: its present *
,sphere of action. It has..handledVjforsome well advised and whose operations,are all technicality ,this means that the ,rests *upon rather. a slender basis .
at all. times easily subjected to hisscrutiny. of facts. The' whole
oxides of iron. and a alumina agricul- question will
about ten of. .
years cent. "
: per Selling at- the grove 'is. to have be settled '
the is a corporation managed turally coosldereddo no 'harm! to to nqt by laboratory
crop.It ,
a greater or less extent, a credit-opera superphosphates.. Indeed, the ferric by ,crop experiment ; and in the use of.
conservatively by thoroughgoing'busi.less tion depending on the good ,.faith'and .
: men,- dividend on its stock and, alumfnic phosphates are. more the Flcxida phosphates you will do

aa4 in,,its pays.a *fieloVas a'forwarding correct understanding' stranger.. soluble in' soil w.ater'than tne corresponding well to urge your readers togos: !() fI, '
j \ peculiar t ( '
In[ Home Market auction he is
New alwayssure calcic: phosphatesso; ,that so experiment :(carefully', be 'sure.o/. / the
agency to the Yo k..and'B9s. of the highest market price, for. concefned conditions and *
auction' house reasonable far as'agricultural: value is report results. they
ton ) gives N
satis/action its "What of all the buyers, compete for the fruit :I the: presence of these oxides is probably can thus materially help .in the 'solution ,I"

patrons. In selling at .the grove he can only a benefit rather .than an injury. i of-'a very practical and immensely .

,It." THE, HOME MARKET?') *. avail'himself of such buyers: as come J.n[ a commercial sense, however, the I important question. ', '

"Had not'believed' ,home' market his way;; he must:take their offer or" presence of iron and.alumina' in phosphates Very,respectfully, .: .

the only desirable: --or'' feasible plan of lose;a sale.. .HeAS at a disadvantage, i.n'any considerable quantity is NORMAN. ROBINSON:; '. \.* ..

: ; disposing of our,* oranges; and ,that jeing"not so well Informed as they as objectionable. simply from the fact State Chemist .;. r

.' classing.and,selling at.auction i at the 'I to market conditions and prospects. that by present methods a superphps-- Tallahassee.; ._ .i', .

j natural basing or .distributing' 'point The buyers only object' .in coming to )hate made from such material dries One Season's Record With Peaches r .

.y (Jacksonville), 'was* the best kind of linvand: taking the risks that buyingat very lowly, ,is sticky and difficult to .-A Valuable l Exhibit. .

'hoflae market,.! should( : \' Have'al, the grove imply, being to.. get a work. Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower7 b

lowed':rny'name to be connected with better bargain than the -open market As to the j-apidjty with which! "re- A longtime; nce I promised your' ,
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an insstitution'which has for.ifs'.object affords; in fact, a sale .at, the grove .is .version takes place in ordinary su-, headers to tell }How 1 I came .out with

.' the marketing:.oft oranges* j6n trjis isually equivalent.to.a bargain.fpr; :the erphosphates or'those containing uncombined my peaches, but*'there has bf n' so. 'I t -

j plan"'. [Mrl: 'Manville Secretary ol buyer. : ferric aluminic oxide, no much said by others I thought to holdup .s-.b

,. "'' :the,"Orange and Vegetable. /and Au (repeat, selling. at home is .the direct answer can be* made. It ii, as ''I had ''in answering Mr. Me-1'''''-- t.,

tk>n'Company, popularly known as the only feasible"way' 'of disposing: of our however, i inmost cases ,quite rapid Colley told of'my 'poorest 'and best

"Home Market"]. "That the buyers rang s'to: advantage-and a.system but depends ''upon ''so -many varying sales, the ''first and the last. But w** ywte

: ..?. .. came to Florida before the commissionsystem of auction;sales at the natural distributing conditions that no*general. rule can.be now.comes Dudley W> Adams in the it

eras (finally broken :dqwnis point f rtbe orange -belt is the', given. The question is, however, of last Agriculturist and says lie is.

'.;::Y. :jmquestionabjy due, i in a great 'meal-. best. kind of home-. market"- little practical importance andor thisreasn "tired" wants the whole of the truth;

.. tire, .to .indefatigable efforts: of the' : Soluble phosphoric acid and while I,am' tired top, I am' driven ;

.: Hon. A..S, Mann, .founder! ,.-and now There.were,*.says the DeLand .Record either }n the. uncombined form or to tell ,the whole thing,though it is a ,

i president and Managerof: the/Home: about 2,000 tons.of.erti1izerUs'ed.: as mono-calcic. 'orthophosphate! : under 'pretty. long' story. .'1J', .

'. Market' Orange'Auction Company.' on groves within a.radius of five miles' almost conditions at once begins to There is ,one thing about .it that Z h tipuzzles

+ .. ..: _. .He visited, inpersqn.the nge dealcrs 'of DeLand, and embraced: within the "/revert' as soon ask is placed in'the me not.a little, and that i*,_ g';1.,." .

'of the country:' ; and 'so successful same territory there are perhaps the soiL Lime, oxideof iron or alumina, while 'I raise trees. :and sell trees ', .

'. ..;. were his Vfforts. that, nptwithatandiBgAc : largest area and the most: iif number either or all, are present, .and -..itis a why ,I can't, tell the, truth as well'! aiji

fist attendant ich of' te. be'.found id the whether acid' other folks but it .' pelle ? ..
: ; upon ** (araove- graves; orange question phosphoric ever ;; '-see. JOfK .

.. / ,mat'IB,tfee face of'a large commisHOB belt,'of ,the'tate.,' reaches.. 'plants in a. strictly.. .water think I.caaBotT ." k
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I expect? : they remember Byron's: press charges 'because *tbey.. :were not U* 6--36 Express crates: and commission......*........'32 30 'f I the past:s asott's experience,' and, '

"la aught that tries .the !souls of men properly put up;_ .. N et..:......;.....*..... 908? 2323l believing Lean; profit by it, I will stay '.' ,. .
heir withstand acc6uat-sale sold .... ........ business. -. .- '
4' few the;shock. About the : .My ..firstshipmeptwent 13. -32 crates .35'50 in the <

.A* you know:'I pretend- ttf be ..wellposted : to.New York;Hay' 25th. ., Express. :: 1et.and...;.commission........v............ 10. '09'' .'_2541. ']jAMF .hiorr. .'
crates Orlando, Sept. 7, 18qt. '" .
The 61
on I bank first returns 'were' tor .
--peaches. ,
on .
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$75 oJ .. '
in Mr. .
errorS
.. peaches here in Florida,. have.a gbod sold by'commission house No. i. '. 85 crates,28 bu' ?'$a.oa bu.oh*x There were several "
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.. many planted (fifteen resj); I; planted J 4 (These peaches went by water route,* trees Mottrs figures. We have, corrected f
'but. .((These1 bought sand they were these, but t.not his net returns .
average
same: I.last winter;; and expect to plant! five days ) ...: ..
., forty acres more'nexL ''' nearly all Peentos.) per bushel. ''Those are not far wrong:: .
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HOUSE"NO. :.
COMMISSION I. '
he has in .
# however
.The: figures I shall give' 'fartheron: May 30-10 orates sold........ ......). ia 87 : Now comes the Bid ell Early;, several as them. apparently too low ,ED. :
put '
are evidence. that peaches pay with --' Freight and commission... 7.60. June I3-M8crat-ssoldi::;...... $33 85 cases,; ;. ,
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Net...*... ... .!. .. $527 *' and commission.. 6 .
we There, is a' know-how about.hi';: I June 2-22 crates sold..*..'........;... 30 23' : Express Net ..,...... ......,,.... 54 '.$27. 31 'Too'Much'"Shju e: '- ct

have been,at ft for the' past ten years, .. Freight and commission 16 91 June.i1-2 rates sold......"........,. 435 Houses wiseunexcepK -
Net.. .....:........... 13 28 and commission.r-i nplaces.'Othel
before: I 98me *ere, and I.am ,begin: June-. aerates sold........:.. ..... 335Irelght Express/. Net.! ......................, 35 300' tio.nableare olten: "so.closely overhung. . :y
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catch .. .
king .
to on and commission. x -
33 -
f : Our markets are distance f .Net...."..........e.-... ,92. I 20.te'.:......,..-......./. $30 3r with trees as to be in: a state of humidity ::. ._ .
: quite a ,. June 4-,Berates old.......:......... 1975 : 7 bn.,J3-8i bu.,net. .' by prevention,, o a free circulation: -. .. ". if'.
anpV we'cannot. put up.dur peaches for, Commission.-.-., 22. < sun'srays. '
shipment In the same manner that is Freight Ne!.....,........:...... $ 1.453Jane66crates'tfoldr. COMM.lSSION HOUSE NO./ 6. of air and a free admission f the .

............... )t oo -. .' (I, thej were Philistines 1 I Trees,grow ing a gainst the walls -.
ia in"sections where guess ; j
practice they Freight'and commission .. ,3 86 .* ; of houses and shrubs i in confinedplaces' .
gather to-day.and to-morrow,morning'they Net .............."..!.. '' 7'14. got roped.) ,. :. ;
sold..:........... near dwellings are injurious.
June 9-14 crates. $8. 70
are ,on the market, ; and .we must ((These, last were .Bidweil's : Express,.....,........;..... '4'25 .. also as'favoring humidity. At the ..
raise ........... .
'varieties well. .
those that carry Early; all the others -Peehtos; .1 got : : $4.45 distance the other hand I
on
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No JEJeento for me;>. and when' I come 'and l all .the :Peentos gone.? ) ; '_' Net 5<: bu. on t.rees. .' trees proper favorable health.On this
are to \ ,
to crates, bo "ventilated rate',' QUs June 8-13 crates sold...?..:.:...... .39'38 % COMMISSION HOUSE. NO.: 7: it. .
in is thatit Freight and Commission. ... 9 91 t June 3-3# crates sold .1.: .. .:....$ 7 50 principle, says Dr. James. Clark, .. .
; = pass mine.' There one point ". ; Nef.r.,... Express. and.commission.- 2-40 be understood how the i inhabitants .
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.cost'me' a lot of money,to learn, and : .3947t... ;. Net.............. ..... $05 10JuncI12' may .
.* *61 crates aoK bushels .: ot one house,suffer ,from rheumatism,
: 'that,is that '.soft fruit ( long 'shipments .......".. ? 39 25 '
my $3.21 bushelf.n.). $79 6l_ Expp-s and ssion.. 37 headache dyspepsia, nervous affections .
mlI1 ,
should be put up so that ,it is June.11-9 crates,sold...;..........--$41, 50. : ', Net.......*.....:...... ... .IJ" 3088 and other i oniving' -

entirely:protected: from direct, contact '. Freight Net_.and-commission...*......--.i.v* n 50 $3000June'I66 I :(These were Petntos 'and' in in a confined,.humid consequences atmosphere,while .' .

... .with the atmosphere. use as nearly crates' sold........... .. 1600 the' third-buhel. l. crates.) their nearest neighbors, .whose 'houses. .
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as maybe a tight package, 'an'd the Freightand'.commissl011..... ........-. .437 : June 1.5-10'-'crates'.sold, B&lwell( otherwise situated ,
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Net.-.j., : 11.63 Early *,.....".....'........$23 SO. are enjoy good
package must be small, as if we puta June 14- 2 crates.dumprd.......,. Express and Commission.. '588Ne.t. health and'even howone side ot a << ; :
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half bushel and I 'have Freight and commission. i 80. ......... ..:...... 1663 ; .
peck or a ( : ,
: Loss .....,........"...... :. .' 180 June 18,and 19-12 crates sold....... 3000' l II ge building fully exposed to the sun ..
seen a bushel put .into a slatted crate! Jan 25- spld>.;........... 1500 andcommission.. 7 25 and u free circulation of .air. may be '
' to go to j ffew' York!) togethertheweight'of i .: ,Freight and eommi+sion.. 13 65' Net...........-........; 13.75 .
.Net..v.......:.v./* :.135 18 sold healthy, while. the pother sides overlooking ."
June -ii crates 34 75 .
several of.each .
... .layers on top June 29--53crates 101d.u. .io6 38 .: Express and commission., 7 42 shaded, courts or I garden's IS .' .
.. other is ruin to.the tinder xraes. Another '. freight and commission.. .999 *. 0- .Net.........e... ......... .17'33 .
Humid confined
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point i is more'oft n a, small Net.* .4t. "". 5639 June 22= 713 crates sold.. ........... 26-00 '
(8'Or.. dumped Into the Express: and commission... 7 .60 lions subject to great alternations.
package'sells for as much money as 'a ( these Net':..........!....x... -: '1840 t and'

.. larger one. river;') .' June 25-23 crates'sold.... ,.;....... SO 00 temperature-between day Vii.
'Juiy3 -i2 crates sold........:'......... 2850 *. -:. ". .Express. : and commission.. .1220 engender the *most dangerous ;..
1 have u&ed since I.'have' been in Expressandcommiuion.... 15 43Net. : N.et.....,.,..,........,. 37.80 the "-qualities the ira K&.: .
Florida the High- Uock strawberry ..... .............',..;.. 13 oS.In'allI56crate(52 July* x-i2'crates sold........'...... 27 00Exp'rr5S physical is moSt ,.
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humidity general i&
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box and! sixteen quart crates, as theyare ( ..- -+ N.et.* ; 20 85 human life. with' '
: .. $.87 on.trees) $210 70 .at. jurious,to Dryness .. : ,
wine. quarts; and short a.t'thaL, (As' fully half of these\ wire Peentos I33crates.net, ,.*,........... $15973- a free'circulation of air and a full exposure =; 1

When the 'PeacheS'ar wrapped in and most --if 'the.lot went by 'water July 3*-I1 cratesIsold..:.. .......>.'23 75!' to the sun, are the material '

1 paper they hold'one-third, of a bushel.' route and"'were five days put-a portion P' Express Net.and.....commission................ 582P J7-93 things to be attended to in-choosing *. ,
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in the third bushel'crates residence. .
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supposed! I had sufficient crates. on. more'han..lIookea.or. 144 In'a11 brought' net s....... $177 6IS .:

,t hand for, my.early peaches{ } and I was my"returns i were (23( of these were Bidwell Late, 48 UnfrUitfulness of Fruit Trees.
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a little late in ordering more, ,and to .) ; .: ..bushels $3. 5 t net..). There 'are many reasons for the) ck' '

Hit the 'occasion they were a long. COMMISSION HOUSE* NO.. .2. v COMMISSION( HOUSE NO8. of fruitfulpess in plants. A .tree.may. 1_.

time coming -alter they were shipped, .(AU>efe Peentos and went by the june. 17 1?crates sold. ........... 40 so ,fail to produce, flowers, and \therefore, .: ..

aid :I 'got-out of crates. I. hunted) up water route.. )l. .: .' Expres Net.* and....commission...... ... .. 764'. .33 16 ,no fruit can subsequently. follow.' The S'

'. some Carolina poplar Freight and commission... 2 endcommission.730 ..
<' ,tore.up some shoe boxes took, to. our 1 Net............,.....,..:* 49' 53 51 Express Net .!!..'............... '" 48-90 still no fruitv res lt. 4 In such a case
-i crate .........1.......;.. 2 25 :
;Novelty works and got it cut up, and Junes crates sold. ft 50 June. 25 it is.possible that one of several cu> .
commis1on.... f :'Express and commissions. 92
,made, some neat one-third' bushel Freight Net...and... ..........:....a & 65 v .684 Net .../......... .,.:... x 33 cumstances, may bring- about .the re- .: '

crates,. the, same -as :are :in t universal June. 8-3 crates sold...............* 315 -. June'. 24-25'Expreslvand cratjs: :' uld commission.... ..:........'.52'1063' 70 sult. The pollen i if-defective.will not s

use (and 'used'.them there for the .' Freight'and commission.... 2 15 Net. ..... .. ...._.*< 4* &7 fertilize the seed vessels Tbis is well ..
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', 'So thwest. Somehow- 'my returns -crates sold........ -.j... ,2650 -.* Express and commission.... to II illustrated in some varieties of strawberries 'it ; 'a'e ;

,foirshlpments were poor and, I ;did Express/Net....and.... /commission....... .. .'. -... 14. 05 1245 July 4-4 crater et..i.sold.* ...............,......... 13.90 41, 19 that are termed .pistillate be* '

&ot blame, the 'rajoads'oy., ;/my ::com. .25 crates brought ( "- .. ..ExpYessandcomm'ssion.-. cause the stamens are abortive. Theremay .
trees .. .................-. fo 66tfl:3i
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miieiiman; I knew it was ;that'jTool '' bushels d $2' on $2440 Net.. : be'a lack of insects for the transfer ,. .. .-: "

'', -crate.. It's not.the'tbillg for, myvsectroa -, ''''(I' bought these,. including crates;; :9sbroUght.net-,..*.....'..:... ,'I '.of pollen frdrn ;one. flower toaB;* .' :". '
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in the they cost 75 cents per crate, (. pb.., ) bUt 1\$4..43! on. trees.) other and fail .. .
to put peaches ; wnere ((32 ; :the pistils to enlarge : : ,

freight is to.. cost us $3 or '$4 .pe( COMMISSION HOUSE NO. 3, NEW YORK., These were ,Bidwell' Early! andwell iJid-, and develop seeds. .When heavy. ; .' ,-

bosket 4 '" June 4-Scratessold.......' ...'..5875Freight Latej.no; Peentos and no im- rains come'at the time,the'flowers are .. -

:Tgot my new 'crates"'and! "I thought Net.and....commission...:.. ...".. I 90, 1685 proper packing in it. $177.4 'for in .full bloom, there ace many'reasons 'r

e ,tp. follow some of shipments: and June. 15-23 crate*sold; ......."...2080 31 ls bushels of peachesvill! dolor why the fruit' fails: The insects, are .. '

see what:'there..wasin:,it.. "Two crates Freight.Net and....commission.... ., ...... .4 6s. 15 me.", It cost me 80*cents per. bushel not.so active,. but most of,' the'' pollen' ," ...
were sent.by a bought of. : gather, pack: and haul' .to station, .before i it reaches' the : .
party .at.1 grows proper .
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of 28! crates : 12300
"Q!e of them was the berry box? crate, $1-43 net on trees. .i including crates' 'netting me, on the place, J st..as the wheat may'germinate' :,

.* aBd.the'biher my third-bushel, crate, (These ,were t the'Peentos'' and went% trees $4 43 per bushel (for this last lot in the sheaf, or while ''standiAg i&'tk;' It .

both holding the:same kind of peach s.' by the water route. ). '. 9. shipped to Commissiqn House No. g. field during wet. weather, If the pel* ,.

They .w "c not. wrapped, and_ when J .<: COMMISSION HOUSE' Those 144'crates *ent to Commission, l ten l grows, that is, 'sends out its tube

the cover, was taken off,they could be NO".4... House N 1.7 brought me net .on the,. while in,the' 'stamen, it must fail.to ;
6 crates sold,dud I saVed out !
) seea.. Those ,inthe, berry: boxes f or it. iiet........."... '% ... .. 4S. trees $3 51rand; had, Ueftthatwatershi : .:serve its'purpos.e.- .. '

.. ,somehow looked'very much .better.' .$1.42 per bn. .au trees.' .. |{>mentxbusiness' out, ,I should have : '. .i't .

They were'sold ,at auction;: the third COMMISSION HOUSE NO. 5. .,. come.out; nearly as well.with all the ; .,Mr.
r'b .crate for $1.70:and the berry .Tine 3.8cratca.sotd.Express.and commission..*........ ../f>649 M5 others.* "/The. only trouble with me Portp/.Ri .p.,pfneapple'grpwerof the. .- '

'ontte foe: $2,4o. Another house'there .. Net..t.. .....*...j.. $1.(71, ubolit.thebusiness: is, L did not.have Indian I .Riverthas.ano. : reason- to-cora-. '

sold 22 crates(the same:day for me: at ". 6 -5 cn: toM'...... .-%.' ,. .. 1425 l peaches enough., Th9se too y:_soft( to plain o/hi* favorite variety-as. '>e. ,: ':,1 ,

auction: and they went (r.OO$235'to r.i .' .:, Express Neti.and...'cominUsion..........'.. ,. 380 1045 ship.were sold ,Here at,h m.et" ohe for, >cleared.S5.ofr4m'Jessjhari 1. : anacre.i: :

'per-crate, and two clays,: before ,, 4,". .,6-4crates: sold.....*..'..._...' 10' '45 less than $2 per.bushel. and. sat le for I n- grand! plants,this season.-Mkc# ..

'" .,.. .... were seW .for. IMS. than.ex"SJ.l"1.. -' *.Express* Net.and..*...commission........,. ....:. 370. $75 $3. I. hope- ;.. I have.learned. something' ', = '" .: '. ,:;ojTespondent. in Flotida. *Star. .. : .

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:,;":M She : and a'b 1f of hay Then' he let it cannot,be.accused of prejudice in.favor' does not take' all ,the milk; some is left

k ..v' 1aW. ,, grow up' in crab grass. and crowfoot of,the' fatherland). More ,than.that; which inflames the udder and creates '
"=,, '" 0' :' '. and, ,in August he harvested'a,ton anda Florida milk is finer than; that of Hoi a permanent fleshiness, and a flesby-

... .. ', ..OHEBSE-MAKING-, = ': 'FL.. RIDA. ,half again." It is 'now coming on, land;' 'jthat-is, it can be made .In'to udder does not yield as much- as 'one
..' : :' ill. thriftily and he expects to cut in October cheese and butter with less trouble in would.expect its appearance. *
: '. ,. Visit.to. a Leon County Dairy. a.ton or more The hianager is hdt weather. He explains that in He feeds his calves new milk only .
;?; ,. About two miles'outhw s1 of Tallahassee a Hollander.and is not given to the this way: the soil o.f Holland, being a.few days, !then gradually; substitutes
'. : is':the' fine-estate:once owned inflated statements which. afe so com 'reclaimed from the ocean, is exceedingly skimmed, milk" and buttermilk and '
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,;..i by'..ex-Governor 'Bl hm'of, which mon in Florida. The' hay, both oats rich' in decayed,vegetable matter lowers the temperature of it until in a;
: :''r2.00acr now belong} .to .Mr. C J. and crowfoot, shows for itself in the and'produces,a wonderful 'amount of few-weeks they accept it without nyheating.
l' _' F. Allen: 'a merchant of L_ Louisville old gin,house; it is an admirable! arti- grass, but'that grass is soft and watery, Now and then one .gets"thescours. -w
Kentucky. The Blpxham residence cle. He had just sold,.five tons of it yields a. quality !of milk which will .i
.: .. occupies a, commanding eminence in ,in Tallahassee (or$too. more readily ferment and make MAKING. CHEESE
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'fa : :' .; 9a .noble grove of native 'Oaks;; and Most of this meadow yields only "huffy""cheese and yeasty butter than His rule ,is,' five! rennets make ;t'
.0. 'across the undulating stretch are two.cuttifig -a year, about a ton ,and the Morida ,article- -does.. In other: quart of extract. A brine is made, ,
e" plainly:seen \the spires.and cupolas a half to the acre the first time and atop ,words, the Florida grass "is sweeter strong 'enough to. barely float an egg,;
t .... the hill-crowning capital barely..towering or three-fpurths' the second, time.' and the Florida cheese is firmer and and?rennets.are soaked in thisten days
,J" ,,,' above the trees planted seventy One'of the acre-!lots is badly infested. of finer'quality than! those:6(,'H lland. o.r two weeks. A teacup of strong. w
'':J l. ..yearsago. There is.perhaps nowhere with nut grass, and here he hasset J-Ie'does not, think any breed of cows, vinegar is then added to 'keep it.:, A'teaspoon .
.. :' ,. on this:continent' a more, beautiful situation hogs to work, rooting it up and eatingthe can be made to.yield the enormous of this.extract will curdle .
L .-. ; and it is a source'of pleasureto bulbs, making a good living with messes of milk' which are recorded threegallons of milk. To show us
: 'the visitor to',see that the'tneserable ,the-addition of 'a little corn and milk. Northern; cows; the climate rendersit the process nine quarts .of milk were ..,
." shanties of the (freedmen are gradually The,manager has a hearty contempt, i impossible. But the richness of set, the. extract thoroughly stirred into :
,'.{ ..:. '' melting'put of the magnificent! picture,, for sand 1spurs'a material for hay for their milk and the.'cheapness: with it,, and in ten minutes it 0 bad
and'that bl her and finer cultures are horses ,or any other stock. 'When 'he which,cows can be'kept go far toward curdled. Mrs. Donk then, with her
': f slowly supplanting the wasting .do. first went on the planethis:: 'tneadowwas compensating ,for this, even if, they hand.thrust the bottom, carefully .
s ,minion o.f cotton. 'nearly overgrown with ,them but do not overbalance it. .and slowly broke the.curd into small),'
-, : Mr. ,tle'n.as! ,as his, manager! Mr., he run th> mower over them a number' A cow's yield of milk varies almost, pieces; occupying several mjnutes seas .
John Donk, *a Hollander; himselfandhis : of times just Before. 'tb'e seeds.were as much as ,thermometer here. not to make the whey run off white. ,
f wife being skilled,.in cheese-mak: ripe enough to be able to germinate During a blizzard it drops away'down, I .The.ciird is to .'be broken but -not "
ing,. in which they have.'the assistance .and so extirpated them. but recovers.' in a fewdays. mashed. After it stood* few minutes '
of their fine, healthy; \ children. He, He notieed very vigorous, thick ''. ,. DAIRY FEEDS. longer the curd settled to the bottom '
., .' pays' him a fixed annual salary, art, stemned native grass;'called bull grassor Mr.. Donk values'sweet 'potatoes and the whey .was poured off.. The '
to ericouragei'him: ,to thrift, ,he gives goose crass (Elusinc.Egyptiaca'and) above every other article 'of feed-. Dutch: cheese-hoop turned out of
.. .:' -'. ,him, in addition, ',ten per'cent. of the believed that it would make a good Rutabagas make: a cow'poqr and' her some light wood,'such as willoV} witha -
; ; :profits of the place. Mr. Jonk) sublets } quality 1 of hay, "Withhis pocket-' milk, watery. 'Cottonseed or cottonseed perforated: rounded bott m, and
the cotton land at $1.50 per acre knife he saved' what seed he could -meaf' an excellent feed to.make very"small,, the'largest only making a ,
.. : a year: Like most. Europeans, he and :sowed i it.. 'In a' year or two he buf.er or cheese firm, causing' butterto ten pound cheese. The curd is
'. .prefers :white tenauts.and gradually had four acres of it and found it to bea stapd up. in the hottest, weather; crammed into it with ''much patting
:': getting them ;in place, of,lhe'negroes/ first-class article. Both this and the but-it imparts a, ,disagreeable taste to and squeezing in the hand; the Dutch
,-> ..* '... ":'. ,', THE FARM. crowfoot (the crab grass all Floridiansare both\ which it is impossible to conceal: cheese.maker seems to attach the ...
,'" \t ,,'Of. the>1,200acres about 600 arestill : acquainted with, and it needs_ no As a professional l butter maker, of highest.importance to the, hand 'as! a.
devoted; to '.ci pp ng". chiefly, in description) propagate themselves, course it would give him great; pleasure plastic implement'in 'ihis,art, .making a:
c tton, .and corn, and the:remainder is from year to year by'means of the seed to,mike solid'butter in July; but the curd stick together and reducingit i
: ',occupied as,a>'dairy range ,or coveredwith which falls to the ground. he _cannot afford- to sell it, for twenty- to thegreatest: : solidity. Certainly i
', -, forest. The soil is sandy but. THE -cows. five,cents, a, pound (which all those. this deft little' woman in a. half hour
.- everywhere pnderlaid with red l ,clay, Mr. Dorilc is now milking abouttwentylwo ', who feed cottonseed are :forced to ac from the time the'milk was set' had a ...
though it does not retain i water: very I cows and expects about cept), while by not, usingit he can remarkably firm ball of curd A fol
well, 'as the LeCorite; .pear roots go fifteen -more to be fresh 'before and does ,!receive thirty the .year lower was'-placed on it and two iron
v down for many feet and the farmstead, Christmas. They come inscatter- round. Whether Mr. Donk decides pound weights set on top. Every few ,
: .;.well is eighty- feet ;deep. ... But i itsinat-: ; .. ingly all 1 the\ year roqnd, and he milks this question from a professioual or a minutes it was taken out and reversedto
ural fertility is attested by the_ majestic them on an average eight months out commercial i l point o( view we wouldnot make both its sides equally rounded. '
..proportions: the oaks. :It has been ; of- the 'twelve. He has- :run blood venture to guess. Cottonseed In less'than two hours the cheese was
/'crOp ed in cotton' so long than 'it is Jerseys grades and'naiivfs. and he used to .be so' cheap that it would made and weighed a .little over three ''
greatly depleted and the natural! growth finds that selected natives are just as probably have paid to feed it for butter -' pounds. ,, '
of gtas5is: scanty, .: good'for ordinary ouid or'dairy'work at twenty-five cents; but it js gettiQgto But had to be-cured yet, and for .
...; The principal,dependence; : for a.cow in this climate as Jerseys. In fact, he be so much'indemand for oil this purpose it was placed in ,a brine/
;' '' y pasture is a broad-and shallow-depression rather prefers them, as theywill.stand and fertilizer that sweet potatoes strong' enough ,to hold an egg, with a
': .. of 150 or 2 00.acres, part of which ,the winter with less feed and less care would probably be the cheaper feed, spot as large as a ,nicjde{ out of the
,: t. in the rainy season becomes a, l lake.. than the Jerseys. He has tight'dry especially when producing butter brine. In .this it floats, about a day :
; '. : Xa this:, low;' ground ,there is'a: .fairly: sheds in which he .i1fines'each cow worth five cents more per pound. In for every pound of its ,weight* or
good growth%. of crab, grass, broom in 'a roomy box stall on cold or: rainY'' cold weather he. gives what hay they twelve days for a ten.pourid cheese.
''7 t ., grass, 'carpet 'grass, blacktop or'smut nights; but he finds-'that the jersey, wilt,eat during the night. If the winter It is often turned over and 1 little salt
," *about'sevdnty head'of cattle now:run. out of. her ;stall and go on* pretty welt) on broom-sedge and smut being taken out it spreads and'flattens
:., ,. ,sing on .it receive, no feed,' and have shivering jn the morning while 'the grass. and dp not care for notch hay. put a 'little; but never' cracks open .
'. ? not formonths; but they"are, in as native does not seem to:mind it so MILKING, fira and n.eedsl1o cloth bandage. ",
'. ... good condition as milch 'cows usually much. Being used to the: equable The cows are= milked* in the open We" tasted one that was made in the
a are in -th'e' ''North at,.this season, the climate of Holland, he finds that :a barnyard. The, milker approaches .Hottest weat1er'oc} August. It was? ,
bulls and (dry stock being ,fat ,-. ; Dakota blizzard, even though greatly with a box stool'and a piece of light firm and heavy in the hand,'the air.. '
r 0 The entire farm is?surrounded'witha modified, before it reaches Florida, rope with which he. takes two 'turns spaces,.in it very small and {it was altogether r
,,', barbed-wire' .fence, and ;the same creates a degree of cold for a few around the cow's hind! legs above the a sound( .and welLmade,cheese, ,
t .material encloses 'a number of mea hours which is. quite.out.of proportion ; knee, binding them, close together.The which would keep a year doubtless.It 0'
'. I -: :. 4ews, pear orchards sweet potato lots,. to the.average' winter temperature.; cows are gentle and make no resistance : ,had a stronger tang than would be "
.. --etc:,. The barnyard and'.the house lots His favorite cow is his native Hol- and not one Escapes. The agreeable to,children and many dainty.,
... are fenced,with boards. ". ..1 stein, though he-seems to be quite'free twenty-two cows yielded about ten people, but old cheese eaters would
; MEADOWS AND GRASSES. from prejudice. While admitting that gallons, a good many of them being pronounce it a highgrade'article.
.' There are fourteen'acres in meadow the best'cows he ,has' seen in Floridado near the point of going dry.' Their It should have been stated above
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': of which considerable,part divided not give,over half as much,as they udders-'uniformly small,: but yield: that before' the rennet' extract was'
.... r. \I imo square .lots': for convenience in do in Holland, he claims tHat their milk milkout, of 'proportion to their prom stirred'into the milk, enough'hot,water
.;' owpeBD ng. The maaager -pointed is-fully .twice as rich in cheese and ise. Mr. Donk says that if the calf was. poured into the latter to bung r
," :>* oat. ,one of these acfcrlcts" ,which he butter'elements., (It 'maY: be worthwhile is always removed :at birth/and the it up to' 105 or no0. The hotter, the
:. '.' :cpwpcnned last fall,with twenty head to-say just herethat,Mr; Donk udder promptly! drained dry by a good weather the hotterr,the milk 'raok'be .
,. of cattle for-about three.mb*ths. He has been in Florida :seven years and milker it will remain thin and ;small made before it is set ti.; this prevents the ;
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,SBPTJJMBIrR.17 'JMl ,' .. TH*' FLORIDA' D1BPATCII FARMER, AND nG.ROWER., ). : ., 717-<
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.. /of ''the air, [)the milk must be heated says when a man can do as well ewill-; .but that won't keep me ..fromtelling .
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above blOOd beat before the rennet, extract .ever.Eight years ago I came down here that in Florida ,wi.hout'ownIng land, you ,how to raise rice. .
'.. is put in." ... from Missouri: and I thought you he'don't want ,any' 'says he has ,tbe, Suppose.jcvery farmer;jn Florida! .
/' 4 ly COMPARISON, WITH BUTTER. didn't "Jcriow, nothing," and,. that the use of all his cattle ,can tramp over* had ,'from 50 to 500 bushels of rice to .- ,
Mr: Monk says he has; sold readily only way to farm 'was the way we and what's the use of owning it to pay sell this .tall, 'as' the 'people. of .The y
.. .' all the.cheese he b made at twenty farmed i'Missouri. Well, it wasn't taxes,on? He'Jl never bother' the North, won't have/wheat. Do you,'
,. : cents a'paun.d;.and he.i intends: to prepare long before I concluded 'Florida; government about aloan. think 'there :would :be .any necessity
better appliances and 'enter into Craqkers knew'someihin'gana, 'I had 4 Spme; people say.it 'won't pay.to hoe (or' 'hard times? AVny Uncle Sam ., .
the:: making of it'next* year' systemati- better unlearn "some"things I had corn., "My experience is that hoeing would' be running attar you to sell you
rcallyr "He has this year only:been learned in Missouri, and learn some and thinning corn is the best cultivation bonds to .start National Banks with .
; teating the feasibility ofcheese making Florida: ;wayI did like* & practical, you can give it' Bro., Adams, says:. And there isn't one of ypu but would
.Florida, and he is'well.pleased with farmer-unlearn' some, things, but "Corn* is the worst. weed 'you can accept the presidency: or cashier ship:
6 the result. Three quarts of milk-(six there were some things I couldn't tin have in.corn/' He seems to infer because with, the good .salary attached,.. and
in, Holland)' make pound of' cheese iearn;' hey stuck to me like a leech' you planted! six grains you must away would go your Oca la' plat-
-: that sells; at least'.to, consumers, for. I because: my'experience(? taught'me they leave it all in .the hill. I would form.. Now; if you don't want thisto
twenty cents It takes nine quarts:to I were right. One was, wheh'you'seed .rather 'pull out five. stalks! from every happen don't raise too much rice;
make.a pound of butter sells-for your land;l for'a successful I, crop, seed hill'than have to replant to get.a good but if you d6, just select, the best '
: thirty cents:: More than that, the re* in proportion the strength\ and.con- stand" Every corn raiser knows .replanted piece of ground you-have from one to, .
, ,*\oval.of. the casein' from' milk does dition, of your l land, and when you corn does no good-is time five acres, bed'it out as if you)* were .
'-not .remov '- i1 ,the butter.'faf. by:any' plant your corn put in' some for the w sied. 1 have ',seen fewer. good going to plant.corn in the water ''fur' .
;: means. Whey that has: stood over. moles, some for "tne mice, some' for stands of*corn in Florida than anywhere row.: Do .this the fast February, '
.. Bight yields :cream that 'will ,make a the crow, some for. faulty 'grains ,and else, and it all comes ,of drop let.it'lie till the weeds and grass have. ;'
fairarticle of butter as to taste,-out it some .to' ,make corn. And I .gu *ss ping "one! or two grains in a ,hill. ,well sprouted, then tied it back and:
is pale 'and.sel s for fifteen cents.for:' BrotherAdams'.- ,ancestors- were about Without a. good stand l ,you cannot let it lie till the last of March. This
cooking'purposes. right'when they ruled. him, down to have, a.good crop-. ... will give some iore weeds,and grass' .. ,
The waste of butter-making will feed six' grains. *. No: I don't plant two 'or three ,time to sprout: Run a cultivator on '..
:more hogs tHan the was e.'0(- cheese. Yes, brother, ,that exposition .corn bushels of squash seed to the acre, top of your'bed; open the furrow with' .
making, ':and make< a little more pork was raised by planting just about that. I always save enough melon and a bull tongue and scatter along yours .
Mr. Donk Has-aUout ihjrty"'swine-old' ;amount to the hill, but. it was all squash .seed to scatter ten twelve ed about one peck to the acre.,* If'
aiid-young,, which ,live. on ,butter milk pulled out except one stalk from two seed to the hill and' let all remain that you only have a small piece cover '. .
.. and whey with a little corn. They to five and a half feet in the row;:' comes up till after 'the, cutworms with a good rake; any good hand can:
are razorbacks} Simon-pure, ,but he Why didn't you tell how" that old ancestor -- and bugs are' satisfied, and then tHinto cover an acre in a day, three-foot-: .
easily makes then weigh 200 pounds, .of. yours made you thin that three :plants I do despise this replanting rows If a* l large planting, take off the .
which isheavy enough for this climate. corn and you didnt Jike to do it? :Now, ; Now, isht that practical hind shovel and coyer with your cultivator -
They ate ,/:very ',respectable looking brothers, when t get' done talking' farm: talk? -I think I can.antedate ", and run, a light brush over it. '. '
a animals for razorbacks.-ED. ; about'rice/1' will tell you my experience that scar in brother "Adams' hand by Your ground is half.cultivated.. ,, '
in corn raising in Florida and going back to the time when old Uncle l The '"way hack" farmers "in the '..
'. i ]\!Elr r{ ll\tIe; l\ if anybody has 'a better crop of"' corn' Aleck, 'who always 'claimed be, was Shenandoah 'Valley used to cultivate'
_. '-C' .... than.I. am gathering, I will '*ride the 'Son of' an African Prince" used their ground before they planted or' '
.Practical Farm_ Talks-:;NoiO.. some distance to .see*his pile. My to let me hold the handles of a two. sowed, seed. The new way is to plant *.' '
.' Hdftor Farmer,and lnaitGrowtt: neighbors say I am the best corn horse plow,which had wooden mould and, put your ground in order after ..
: I have been so, busy gathering corn raised in the neighborhood, but I' am board and. the share' and bar were .ward.. The "way ?lck" way'makes '
between showers for the, last week I not;; because I don't raise a hill of it. made at the plantation blacksmith the ,bestcrops with less labor. : '.
: bad no time to write \ou during the That same%e.little.Flori| Cracker who shop. Now, how is that for "way Rice is very 'delicate when it ,first '
time 'I .am'still.'at if and s expect ,to weighs less than a hundred ,-pounds back?" You may. think that a rude comes: up and needs delicate treat-, '
be all this week. I, shall endeavor, and:who makes my cornbread, does kind of a ? plow. Well .it was, but meut. '*When two inches high use'
however, to nIght to give you .a few I ,it all.the) only thing I do about it:is'to then.I lave seen as good, werk-done your rake.on each'side veryxlelicately. -
'line's-upon really practical,farm w rk: i rule him.to four. to six grains i in the in turning! sod, when you had .a If[ dry as 'it will be sometimes at that." '
Now,- I can't antedate" Brother I Sill, ,step;drop to '27 inches, throw: cutter on the beam, as' ever was done seasOn, use yo.ur rake again in about '.
Adams: with a car on 'my' lefr'handmade two furrows; ft .with .a'small twister with a steel plbW;'much better than a week, drawing a little dirt..to it. Af% '
by-a !sickle 'a, .half century ago. .orjull-tongue. .cultivate with-cuttiva-\ heap of plowing I;see.ddne here. To ter.that use* your'cultivaforS. Do this) f
I.have one there alt the same; but it tor,- and when right size hoe'once.and tell you the truth, brother. the wont and if you have as good land and season :'.
. was made only two years. ago with a' thin out The only trouble I have had at d. oughes work I ever saw i is doneIn as Brother Adams had when: he
sickle cutting''rice,. 'and I find that with him was'to break him from using Florida. Have you ever had an made forty bushels of wheat to thc{,
** way,back "tool still,to be the, nest,, one-horse plows and 'dropping one Alliance lecturer, or an .a 'QcaJe'Iof* acres you will make' 50 per cent "
to use in saving jice, as it is cultivated,: grain in thehill.: He is no corn the. Sub-Treasury scheme or" Thud more',bushels than be.did-w one- .
although I hope to see.'Florida'farmers raiser from' "way back;" and, .as 1 told Party tell you. how to. improve- by half theseed-and get. fifty per cen .
.' Cultivate'yore in sufficiently. l large vbU,. before, 'he didn't krioVy B from inverting your soil and turning stuff more money for* it And then you
fields to justify the.use of-cradlesandindeed Dulls foot,. and could neither read nor, out of sight? I have locked in vain to will raise rice just,,as M Lawes ra s'w
harvesters.And why"not? -ils: write;' But'for a fact he. knew.,more aU tHeir writings I can find. There wheat, by sowing one.peck to the acre;
there any reason wKy rice may-nofbe about'when ;corn ought to.be 'planted are same' things you can do and srlme'things ,and ,you fertilizers' he does' aild .yoQ'
shipped i in car lord lots .'froi..1- alinosf and when it ought t''pot to, than any you ,can't..do; and the, thing will double'discount him .inbushdi..-,
teverystation: ; Florida, ? Yes, avery": man ,I ever knew who writes .for'an you can't do is to, 'turn under a fall, Now, brother- can'fiio that on 4he: ;;
'. series, reason. And that 'is simply agricultural paper, and' I write that growth of grass and weeds,in Florida- land where 1 sow 'three bushels to they
../0 because you .wq 't cultivate i it. lm| wa'y 'sometimes myself:; One great with a oneMiorse. 'plow.aYou might acre ((that's the. !land.Tom Sawyer says
larking ,to 'you now, brother farmers seceret,of his 'success* as a corn raiserhe. just as ,well try to turn, under,'the I[ 'was'offering to sell by the ton). 1(-'
adjf you don't say. I am 'talking' never: waits till his 'corn needs- saplings !in a,hammock.. In failing toget I did',tbe 'whole country would' e';. ,.
practical (farm-talk, "I will quit rice plowing,. he always 'plows'it before it the benefit,:ofall: this stuff; by rot- here to ibuy fishing poles,; and 11 j" '
amitalk'to+ "' th Adams about that needs it, arid-then you see. it never ting and moulding it under the surface woulcJn't.have any pats' Bat t"i if( ,you.'t ,
... feri$'-bushel''crop:'of wheat; and the needs'.i it.He .," you.lose so much, "for anything think' with Brother t Adams. that tlireevjushels ,
six grains of corn in the 'hill ''which.ttot don't know any more about the which will mould and decay* will of seed per acre didn't bring
K corn I showed at the Exposition Farmers Alliance'and Sub treaSury make"fertilizer and plant food in some, nice"straw''with heads 'so. heavy that'.L .
'" 'grew from,-,,and,'which all' this crop 1 than: if they didn't exist He don't form. '. + 'wasn't afraid to send a dozen 'btw- ;
I **rt gathering now' grew. 'from. ?He ,want the government to.hefp him, nor Now thevOcala platform dori't e1J. dles to'.the .Detroit ,G. A. ,R. encamp:*", .
., Wt me right between The eyes;when 'any. body; else;' depends upon his 'abQuf.: this-: .neither does ,it !tell youibw ment with the Ocala collection aid*
mentioned &e six grains, fpi;that's earnings,-'supports his old mother first to'make two blades of grass grow challenge the world, to beat them, .
thrii"c- But then letVget: through} and'theninvests: the rest in cows :and where on'c'grew before.*' 'Still, some ask Capt. Welsh.an'd Cash 'Thomas,*
.' .. wft'0 me:rice'first. ': .". lets'them ,run on the'range, sells, his of you ,will want ,.ostracize' 'me 'because whip made the collection, if they were' ,
'. 'My notion; "is. tj$t' ':the ,best};way,to: steers,at two'years old' ;and won't'sell I'don't advocate all its teachings. acknowledged f by people from '.all.' .
., -.a.elt. each ''otherr '1lB'"! 'relating 'our; 'a'l Iteiferat'all) hut.puts ,the"'proceeds( Nell, I can't help ,t fiat:, 'for I, am ,a parts to be. "boss/*and the corn, .too"( -
!4' iR Mua1 experience,',evcthough',, it*. of his'steers! in heifers'and:cows"'again.5e 'Democrat ,frcm "way back". 'and' I; I'll tell'yoa. in my' next how:"to .ray.:
-,Men'an' Basaccesiful. 'one.. And :came to.me; 'two years ago''wit liquf can't subscribe to any doctrine that' them. .
taM I.i". 'a,ways that; mill- 'sfeow" 'volt a'cellar'aBd'now; be has So ',head, .fl.. l leads t ,'.centraliz tio 1. I am PPft5e9' '" CHAS A\T.,'CAMPBELLSR.v4: : ::,
iv a't lost> ,yotf. 'grit and* .that the" sand cattle 'In, his. ..herd'. and they' have.to i it up one side and down the'other., CampobcWo.Plantation' 4o V" ". .***. -",'ot.: '* .
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,, '748. ,_ ., THE' -. FLORIDA, t'DJSPATCH, ,"_FARMEK: AND" FRUIT- ROWER. [SEPTEMBER. *1711891, '

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: IIIrAicN, Announcement.f sidered a remarkably fines effort./' with a genius for a specialty, a' cOn-,
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:. ".'' 'Mr. C,, W.: DaQosta, the proprietor There'are some forage crops, such as surmuate business manager, will reap "

: ARV1E tiRUI".M'ItS_.t....'NC1..... -of' the DaCosta /Pripting'House, has millet or alfalfa (the latter in Gait large Many:profits others will from.make these, a specialties..disastrous *

wux M a. fb.raia ,, that will five six tons
) yield or:: failure. The
., purchased the entire job Department 'vast majority"pf men
: : ., SEPTEMBER., .1891. ,of hay per acre in the course, of a'sea- must be cofitent with mixed farming. ..
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plant of thus
The'
r 'Times-Union' son. Four tons per: is; a verjheavy It is i pernicious doctrine for ,.the rich >#
TSPHEN'POWERS, Edltor: combining in- one the- two .foremost(; :! "and-far-seeing specialist to' preach his
Address. ., % yield for ordinary"grasses, yet .
P. O. Lawfej P& .
all Let him that is
example to men.
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establisinents of !the, metropolis.. Before 'wesaw ,at Tallahassee ,an .acre which
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4 able receive this word the
as Scriptures -*
.. ..''"Member- of Florida Press r Association." *. ', ,the fire which partly destroyed produced fully that amount in three, say; but to most men it is given ,

'; 'Affiliated" with.National Editorial its present quarters,:' the increasing cuttings. And it 'Was native grasses,' only to make a moderate' profit on
;.,, ,Association, ,.., several the, farm :
.. -3 i too, being two varieties ,of crow foot, crops, cairying on
.. .. business of the.D Costa establishmenthad with small but
BUusine Egyptiaca. and EllUslne'.In.. glory .great safety.
.'; A"very large and,fine." Kelsey Japan ,become inconveniently. cramped, 'd.Seventy.five head of cattle Just now' there are good many'excellent '
teceived from unknownfriend. citizens, of Florida in hot
,plum wad : .an, pur-
several of the rooms especially the
would four acres in three
", cpwpen suit of a single idea ; some, after pineapples .

I. ,.. :. pressroom, being' crammed, with material months. Their manure carefully some after; grapes 'some after'

v":: neighbor's garden has never. for' and machinery.] As soon:as the# saved the remaining nine months and tobacco, some after w phosphates or
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oxide of iron. It is the possible -
greatest.
: years been cultivated with applied to .ten acres more wpuld complete
anythingbut ,
: Freedman's, : Bank building can be remove from our intention to
: :a fine-toothed, ) rake.. After ,a meadow ,of fourteen acres.
every rebuilt. this commodious ,structure di courage'any man or any section
.... .rain, the crust is, broken and being pulytrized / Even.with a yield of. two tons' per from investing ,in 'any worthy and paying ...

thoroughly i in the preparation, will, become. the-home of the DaCosta acre,' at $:0 per ton, this would give,a i industry in Florida-if they .are .

*the ground needs no deeper stirring. Printing House and THE FARMER AND revenue of $560 dollars'a,year, or $40an certain that,it will continue' paying for '
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.,The beds, ever to somebody
comes pass
If. .." sandpapered and the vegetable' 'grow. i.prepared, with i its*greatly, enlarged accommodations ton. .:If half this number of cattle were getting hurt The..orange is one-of. '

with. remarkable' thrift;' i and the latest improved cows, 'even natives carefully selected, the standard fruits of' the world, so is .'

'" I. they would yield $22.50 .worth of the pineapple; 'the world will never
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,. l machinery, to'turn off work .in a man have 'too much of them in the
1.:{r. 'F.' C: Gilmore, of ,Gilmore, butter per head iv.ear (milking six < ,aggre
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ner which cannot be excelled 'in the gate. But a',thin:skinned orange Irom ..
lays us under obligations for fine months flat. 'oods wire
.. very ;, on grass the hammock which will show 'rot in,
.' .. specimens of two varieties of the South; while'tbe. latter. will become, pasture t with.sweet potatoes' and' bran twetity? .four hours after it is '.bruised, '

'Kaki'or Japan persimmon: One a than. ever, 'the leading exponentof in;the winter. or a grape that.must be shipped and

'.f small orange yellow fruit, ". is, highly the new era agricultural and horticultural e eaten, inside of four or fire days-
Use oi Commercial Fertilizers. either of these is article that .
ornamental 1, while the other, a large;, an a man
prosperity which i is opening, TIlE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWEI? had better look long and carefully into
:- heart b ped red variety is delicious
: since the 'discovery of the Unmeasured has,never advised its readers' not 'to before he'in Vests his last dollar-in
up- '
'eating.) .In-the ,present confusion of purchase commercial fertilizers, nor the growing. of it. It- is misleading ,.

the Kaki nomenclature it is ,risky to', wealth. of the Florida ,phos- does. it-. now. Florida' womo cut a to.say that' there never can be an over,

,, attempt i to name specimens. phates. .' sorry figure in die census reports;with- production of such unniversally: popu .
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.. .. > f these. The writer lar fruits water .
,' out,the use ot .has ai peaches, grapes and
,'A second' specimen of ,Sims' Summer ,An experimenter: in good faith, used, them liberally, even to the extentof melons. There cannot' be in the r
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whether a private individual or one two 'ins peacreand' gained more abstract. The:people of the United
received from '
Mr. James
orange, under profit Irom the hist tall ont han'from States would.have taken five times as
Mott, of( Orlando; is better than 'the government pay, ought always: '
the' first ton. Thousands of men ares many melons and peaches as Georgiaand
first, but it is unable to conceal l ,its. to' be allowed, ample time to ..demonstrate situated that they can get no other Florida have ever produced, i if,
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' bitter-sweet. parentage on,one side., It the correctness or falsity'.pf his kind, JOT not nearlY' enough of any they had been at all tines thotoughly

.would no d''ubt'bea' wholesome fruit theories. \Ve have not Been in.l\aste' other. There are hundreds who would distributed and carped at reasonablerates. '

' '' months to'condemn the rainmaking experiments ; use,no other if they could obtain-them But the growers of the two
,for, the bilious "springand without for certain States have learned their bitter
on the Staked' Plain of Texas, but cost,, crops., especially to tost
summer, and ,it'would be 'acceptableto lor the. finest fruits. hat; there fan be*,over' production of
delicate preferred to wait for full and authentic we do advise and both these fruits. The melon
many palates ,:'that could But eyery'grower, > growers
:sot' brook the bitter-sweet,itself; but. information This has been furnished especially those of limited means: to*. learned the lesson this year; the peach ,

as a fruit for-the table' we _cannot'conscientiously by our enterprising contemporary save and utilize every source of fertil- growers learned it several years ago.' '
ity. And'sodo-thefertilizermenthemselves. -::1 Under present limitations and drawbacks -
,. ,. The Texas .farm: and Ranch,
_praise_ t_ _ ;yFootJrot which dispatched-a special torrespon-: .. .They know that tbe.soli of ,It i is. not at all 'a difficult matter .
Florida needs body and, filling' to enable for the people of Florida to 'raise too t
in the orange' tree is prob. dent to watch the operations. He it, to retain the costly fertilizers many Reaches, grapes,;;; melons and ,
ably brought about ,by"trie.same' and detailed .
,gen publishes'a long account* against leaching rains. They advise it strawberries. T

oral 'causes that make boils, or'"ris- the substance of l which is that the 'experiments because where ther see a man indus We may incur enmity by this ,arti--

.. kgs," as the country oplecall.th.er,' were a dismal t failure. 'trious"/ conomi al, .saving every item ,de, but'we have not an iota .of hostility -"'

in Florida; that is of fertility, they know they will find, ,. :toward any section 'or any -industry -
to.common ; mal- Aside from all the mishaps and mis
in all, probability! a good 'customer, of 'Florida. We have written
.nutrition or living on improper diet: calculations-which! i showed a very unpractical in" "of .
: i : a man who will buy and pay, who, t solely the interest our readers ,,.
A constant; unbroken regimen ,of I set.of managers, they utmost will have something t6 pay with. who are casting, about for a paying

; cornbread and pork with damp and, that could be claimed 'as a result is Able men can buy every, poundoftheir indUstry. Floridians are too much

''HflwholesQirie rooms, produc the given in.such,statements as this: "Adark ,food.out of the "stote and. still inclined to'run' after- some, new things.i .
boils 'excess' iron make plenty of money, and so with '!
; .so an nitrogen or cloud was passing over the *
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: their, .fertilizers; but most-growers will ,Iron for Orange Trees.
or some other element, or perhaps,a opportunity ,was ,seized to explode ai, '
find it 'wise to use ,every available We usually find that only the agriculturist

Y lack of some other. one, with deep* charge giant powder. A.few drops scrap"of fertility. There are very few from our Northern States, who,

planting (suffocation or .defective ven- of! rain fell," etc. crops that, can be injured with ma- has been used to perfecting A crop ,

.tilat.iooi.9'1") excessive, moisture on 16w ., eA nure. .' in 'one season by vigorous culture,

o. grad ,cause the foot-rot, which is, We clip' the following, from a ,State '" One-Idea,i .Work., ? be knows fenilizccrand just.?how .orange cultivated.trees oughtrt After .

'simply boil or an ulcer. And the exchange: "Mr. Dennis Burns of/the' '
That peculiar product of American setting trees he forces 'them like weed ..
remedy is the, same-sulphur. The. County-Alliance; Trade Committee, soil.and*civilizatton, the boom.is generally with nitrogenous manures, is satisfied '

,' 'coumryjnan,carries_ a bag of this potentgermtcide'swung bas bfe/.advised'.111at' in the agricultural based on one idea, and it 'only with black green color and.eves

'It about his neckf and it contest now under way, the -ex- almost invariably> .has a recoil ,which when''. they come .into$ .bearisg -iet. -
hurts:somebody. One man'will raise have at least 'feet i .'
two' creMe of .
is established 1 ubition farmer
'pcetty'well: 'alreaei1 as by one (name not : '
nothing! but,oranges, another nothing i meter in the top during the summer
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tfce'bestcare* for this. *constitutional. er.Mp given*_ ),,willbcrfour' t "*, .'tons of cured' 'hay bait:grapes, a third nothing but cab If they','don't',bebave "* -tHir, rrifinnor ,

,. disease.of f the. orange., prOduced,011 one acre.. Tbisi. .con- bages. Qne man, ::out of.,five, .hundred. they are not doing wellr ...Y .'
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"'1 consider this process ;killing*die these will* show:, why conservative culture i buts and the staves. This shaft will Markets for Florida. Produce.' "" .

goose 'laysthe golden egg.. We mustconsider is necessary. The orange tree serve as 'a chimney or flue and the -,

,.that-the orange* is'not a ores' being permanent cannot be rotated vapor of: the sweating will pass off .'WHOLESALE PRODUCE. '.'

". tree, but naturally a slow,growing i shrub like field'crops, where what is an ex through it and thus overheating 'to a JACJCONVIILZ.s: pt.IGe ,
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'. aad that its wild( .habit' is as forest cess of f fertility, say of potash one year, great: extent will be prevented. Inserta'thermometer Corrected by'Thou.Nooney&Sons. .-,

*undergrowth. Properly ,cared for will betaken up by.a sUCceeding'crop.It in the chimney and try Potatoes,$2.25 to 2.50; New York cabbage. 8c.; .

they should be in their :prime from sometimes takes three or four years not to let it rise higher than 98 degrees. fancy 1.25 to 360 i 75 lemons; leanuts,box.,fancy${.So,6
fifty to one hundred years of age. of bad treatment to rundown an orangegrove. That's high..enough for'any thermometer "-: nuts, extra,SC. per pound pecan nuts;' I$. per
pound;almonds, 17Cper pound;K. Walnuts, 16<:. .
: It will then certainly take as to "act ,up"! in Florida. About do$;Brazil nuts, 8c.do.; hens, full grown, 35 to
. I do not,think I will exaggerate to.say much longer to bring it ..up again fifteen ,days will be required, to 4oc.;chickens, half grown 1$ to asc each; eggs,
go
that three-fourths, of the -hasty forced zsc. per dozen: Mott's :apple cider, $4.15 keg;
from while if the organic matter of the soil through this: process if the weather is Mott peach cider,,55.75 keg;.onions. barrel $J;
,-groves will in twentyfive years has beenwasted or its mechanical at all favorable. When this done onions, crates. $1.50; cocoanuts, 4.50 per too;
is '
be exhausted and dying from cranberries S3 per crate; turnips,$: per barrel; .
0' planting condition injured the trees may become our story ends l and you can invite.the betes,barrel,$a.5o;carrots;13.50 per barrel;parsnip '
diseases and parasites.. !*!, $3 per barrel: celery 7c. per dozen; egg
so morbid as to make financial into the barn and examine
buyer to step plants,,$2.5oper barrel. Peach cider $s.25 per
Jn p anti g'young trees, no fixed set success problematical. your work. If you are anew, beginner keg;grape cider,$5.50 per keg bbi;California grape.
( juice, $7 per keg pears per ,-$4 to b: apples,
.. of rules can be laid down or'treat: We know little of the chemical it may not be to perfection, but, per bbl.,$ilo to 3; tomatoes, per crate;; $1 to 1.25

'mcnt owing to the diversity of soils changes: in the soil, ,the conditions ire you will learn, and it will, pay'you .to SAVANNAH GA., Sept. 15.COTTON. .

and,situations. There, are two.points, various, agricultural science being learn. Here is where: the'money is -. .-The market, was' quiet and easier.

however, that are of vital importance, behind most 'others, in exact not selling in the field or right after There were.offering was a"pretty HC.' below general quotations inquiry,,and but in buyer some
'the almost total absence of potash in : instances concessions were obtained, while the
therefore for stripping. .,.
themrichianitto. knowledge, preventionsand offering stock was in full volume. There was a
our soils--som.e of \ cures for conditions and diseasesof 'Make frequent tests of your! tobaccoin pretty full day's business had, the total sales of
and lime not,showing which.were 2,456 bates. On 'Change at tae

gen, phosphate malnutrition we are as yet practically shape of cigars. Try until you find opening call, it 10 a. tn., the market 'was
a ,trace by analysis-and ,on the other groping in the dark. An-excess of that your tobacco shows up.a long, bull tined easy, and unchanged with tales of 81
of iron bales. At the second 'call, at I p. m.. it was
nand the excessive percentage" iron: or bog ore is usually found in lowlands smooth white 'ash and will hold fire easy the sales ,being 1469 bales. At the third '
that is:often present absolute.necessity. from four to eight minutes without and last call,at 4p. m., it closed easy and uachangfd -
and good l drainage is an with further sales.of 1,006 bales. The
The man who plants orange trees' .* observation; ,would in puffing-then, and not until then, you following are the-officiai closing Spot,quotations .
of the' Cotton Exchange:, Middling Pair. 8#; f
on rich land, whose phosphoric acidis dicate that acidity of soil caused by can'really consider that your tobacco Good Middling.9K; Middling: ; LOW Middling '

combined and associated with lime iron oxides is worse when the water is in a marketable shape. to-day 7jf:Good Ordinary bales 6%;. Ordinary, 6. Received .

and magnesia,' can by the application level is near 'the surface" and brings ,When assorting keep an eye singly 5,505 upland.QUESTIONS .

,of potash and small percentages of sol- the solutions in direct contact-with the for the.bright, glossy wrappers. Theyare

uble phosphoric acid .and ammonia! oange"roots.. Some salts have ,a so the fellows that make,the pocketbook AND.... REPLIES. ,

bring:his trees into bearing'and keep called habit 'of crawling and, pass stick, out. '
them healthy to old age ,at :small through the:soil in solution, coming' The tobacco growing industry of bet Ail will reasonable'be answered questions as promptly,coming M from possible a subacrl If addressed '

exgense, provided. he does not exhaust to the surface' by. capillary' attraction Leon county, at least, will be short- to the editor at Lawtey. .

the'Org tic matterand, ruin'the, texfire ',where there is but little evaporation lived until the closest attention is paidto Replies can not be given by'm&1L. .

of.his soil,by injudicious culture., The iron solutions, however, seem to selling and all the little details relay .

'On land, with the phosphoric, ,acid; hive[ ,b>,'r little of this habit and :are not tive to assorting, packing, ,strippingand 176. TAR AND' SAWDUST FlaT We have BRICKS.made; .

largely in combination .tfith cray, his brought to the surface except by theintenseevaporation .sweating. Growers, 'be on the 0.diligent E. S., inquiry Courtney, ,but cannot learn of '".

chances are nearly as good and, per caused by excessive alert and tell l all buyers that your cropis anybody who makes the bricks; you

e haps better, if the.,clay is near the surface cultivation not in shape to sell. Meet and'd speak of. The peach growers of Michi-
If bow feat made make their own. All that will be .. .'
for cheap irrigation. iron : every attempt : to depriveyou gan
If sufficient potash' has not, been furnjshedjhe -
willbe to take a comparativelysmall
is. : in large percentages, of a just and compensation ,necessary
ever, present .
;. trees the heroic treatmentof amount of ,gas or pine tar with
extreme care is necessary to,keep trees: Mr. Brady; quoted in your' 'paperof for your crops. Keep both eyes open sawdust, hard'or soft, and by turning or''

in .healthy condition. A.little' iron is August 12th might advisable for and f let the buyers do all the, cheap pounding it together, you ,can -make,a *
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absolutely hecessary to 'their, growth! Chemist talk.-Floridian. brick that will 'produce all the smudge'
badly affected trees. State .
but*! am, cdnviuced that most of the .. i i you want more cheaply than you can
Robinson says, However, that very lit buy them. .
die back,* foot rot and bight: of 9u'r tle the sold'forhousehold Experiment With Crude Phosphate. f %
:0 .of
potash : 177. EARLY ORANGES. F. B.,'PaoIA;
has been caused froman .
ra ge': graves ,
is stash all but iscalistic soda. '
use p: at Fla. We have several advertisers who
excess forced' into the trees by' Mr. H. F.'Crawfocdis doing a- pubic .
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Ninety per cent sulphate of potash, can furnish you good orange trees; see
'clean or,excessive culture' in connect.' though. slower, should answer the 'service. in reporting to jis the re our advertising columns. The Centen

ion wi h" rganic" pitrogen in' the soil l, ame .. sults of his ,experiments in the: use of nial, the Sweet Seville,.the Mediterrai

or supplied in 'muck or fertilizers.. purpose. crude phosphate. He has brought nean Sweet and the Satsuma are among
From what:I have n'and ,heard I varieties. .
se the best early >
There have been'many cases wnere to :our office seven' stalks of corn_ ; '
have understood that considerableron 178. FROST-PROOF CARS. .J. B:, .
the muck itself has contained so much ranging about twelve feet high, each;
in soils Orlando Ocala. The so-called frost-proof .cars of
is sub -.about
iron as fo act like poison to the, trees: present one bearing a fine Cull'ear.. These have been used, for'
J The of Mr. I. Mc New England never
statement
9 The tree rootlets, have but .a partial were taken consecutively from a row: the transportation of, oranges, to our II
Auld iron
power of selection of the mineral ele:; Queen that fifteen pounds on which they .occupied;l a space of knowledge; but.are employed to bring) ,:
ments that come in contactwith"hemI (xide" had been applied per: tree and four and .half feet, and are but fair potatoes from :Maine to Boston.. We '
'* had cufed foot-rot almost\ took ,my imagine they would answer equally*well
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dissolved in water. Stirring: the samples, of the rest which have been :
for Refrigerator cars running'to
soil increases' capillary attractionand reath away, but as.n'o statement..wasmade treated i in .a similar manner. Mr. oranges.the 'Vestemcities, are said to have .

evaporation "of water ;from the\ of the kindof', soil. and previous Crawford discovered that he had phos- carried oranges safely at a temperatureof .

t surface, besides.having a solvent effecton (ertilizing and culture, it conveysbut. phate on'his land east of Peace river sole 'twenty dire Helow zero" but -
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the organic.nitrogen and'minerals, little practical information. set (to work to see if he could not utilize vouch for that. wel- '
I would advise, fruit growers at He 179. LOUISIANA STATION. A. .
they art continually kept near the sur i it for his'owncrops., opened up '
large to''be cautious about apply.ingirontodiseasedtrees.E. B., :Milton, Fla. The Louisiana .
face and is forced' into very small mill
the tree un S. HUB- a,,small mine, rigged up a : mental Stationreceives a yearly approopriationuof "
natural activity. easily turned by. horse' power, and by $9,000 from the State,"in addition '.

If potash 'is' lacking die-back\ is:an. BARD in Agriculturist., '. means of it readily reduced the phos to the $15,000 given annually by
i to' powder. This the general] government. Hence; it is.
immediate result, chlorosis, spotting: phate pebbles .. .
able to carry on experiments on a much
Notes.
Tobacco
(reaching of the l leaves r powder he applied to his corn, a hand.
.or. showing over larger scale than the Florida station,
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stimulation of iron or nitrogen and a No matter what) a totiacco'aKen ul to each stalk. Some ridges he which receives only$15,000 a year. .

diseased state similar'to catarrh or con (who! wants your crop for a mere song) treated with stable manure, and some 180. OXIDE Off IRON.,W.C. T., Melbourne ..:. ,

sumption the',human sp ject. The tells you,. do your Own sorting andy with nothing at all. ,We have person .*' Apply for information to I. '

congested is rich food for "the insects ') no means put long and short, bot- ally inspected the crops, and do not McQueen careful Auld in using,of Orlando.the oxide You of iroa shouldbe for

and liable to produce any of thi {om and top leaves, and dark'and light marvel at Mr. Crawford's enthusiastic foot-root as an. excess of it will injure *

diseases the tree is subject to. Many ',ill in a mass. If you do, you are rigging praise or his phosphate. The stalks the tree eventually. Where it Is lackteg ..

groves have been planted on soils s-. i tip,:a plan that will sell your crop treated with phosphate are finer than! in'the soil there seems to be little doubt '

dry and. thin that with low' prices i3 i iwould ill\ for low grade. those,' treated with stable,manure, and that a judicious application the of'it serves *, : II '
stimulant to tree thereby,
as a strong
.seem impossible, to produce or I If any _reader: has a large hogshead j jI very:much finer than those not fertilized enabling it to'throw off the disease. If, '

ages profitably'and heavy application) ( I,>f.two try this plan: When you are at all The. conclusion that he the foot-rot is making active progress ., *.-*

sof stimulating! fertilizers, with constant : "' eady to,give your crop the final sweat, comes to is that if by,such simple appli- now, cut it out to sound bark all arotiad,

/.culture 'd i.Dg.the summer have beer I. make -a somewhat open tube a .trifle cation, results so gratifying are chained .' and ,smear the wounds- with coal tar

.1 necesSary to ,produce .growih.; 'The* .,iigher'than the hogshead, place"it, in t _.what may not be ?accomplishedwhen or thoroughly.[ :two,out from;'Examine,the trunk the);' roots if there a foot'areany *,

"*Hae result may be caused here fron .he. center,,then build the h'andSaroun the best methods of mixing and appearances of the 'malady ,

a lack of iron,and-i iiY5tifficitnt? digestiot It, buts to the outside, points to 'thejentei itilizing.,the crude material shall be them the same way' 'and then priakle

of.tie 'nitrogenous sap. Cases like, ,, ,.leaving, a space between.:the discovered.-Sout Florida Progress. sulphur liberally about and on them. ". .

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70 THE tfLOBTOA DISPATCH FARMER AND 1
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y F+ When the second applicant came MrBowser u ought to see the rats run a race .
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011Ii You e lIts; also shook hands with ,her and main deck," said an old ,sailor;;
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I hoped all her .friends were well, and. them in trim.for'a race by offer e
full
I added:' a small piece of cheese, and
*: .. MB. AND :MBS. BOWSER.,, 'If; you take'the place I shall do my a larger 'piece forward. Two-of .
best.to make 1 you feel that .you,are :in : hold the rats,' and at the word
: 9- '"Do.you: know'of.an-intelligence office your own home. Not .word will ever i they get under Way and go scamp- ..
ia this neigliborliOOdt' asked Mrs. Bow- be said to make you feel that you are not! on down.: The first rat to reach the .

,A ser,as her liege lord came home,to,dinner as, good as any one. I gets it." .
the Othereveningn SHip I'd like to know why ,I'm I .was,the 'pet of the'boys: on the
''Why?*'he cautiously queried in reply.' not, I" she exclaimed. 'Are you a wid 'until recently. It was train-

"Oh.nothing, I thought if you did ower?". n ; ,crow' every time tlte'ship's bell V
... Td run out this eVening and-and**- "Well. no; but my wife,you see, has and did it most lustily.
Mrs. Bowser, has, the cook: left?" he no tact about her, and-" I has a black cat aboard.

hoarsely demanded. "And that settles me V interrupted. the the" best fighter:' of any.cat .in the .
"She-she hast You'see she was so girl,'as she rose up to go. "! thought! so the trainer sats. '
:obstinate and impuM-- '* there:was. something behind all that sort is a parrot on the Chicago that
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,. .'Then.y have deliberately driven of talk pf yours !1'" ". Jim { off the vernacular the sailor-
tbatpoor girl out ,of the house, have Was that another woman selling A without making a break. He shouts "
you?* he sternly interrupted. church festival tickets?." asked. ,Mrs., of 'lo\v!I".w hen ver the sky is overcast
"I told her,to go:" Bowser as the girl left l sea heavy. Snatches from"Pina-
"Then you may do without another for Mrs. Bowser, I think I'm capable of have been.picked up by the bird,
.tea? million years!! Drive her right out running: this business I I" he frigidly re old 'can sing three lines of the "Cum .
of the house,perhaps toa.suicidu'sgrave, plied. 'Only two girls have yet called; Crew." ... "
a$d'all because> she couldn't be ground tc, and'I instantly discovered that' neitherwas i ,
duet!, Mrs.'Bowser, if you'were*the*last such a 'person as 1 should like to big TriokS Manner. .

woman on the face of thig earth' wouldn't take under myroof in any capacity. them by all means. Many good
work i "your-kitchenl!V: e" You would undoubtedly have hired the Jim 'people, with many excellences
,"Do you.know the facts in this case?". first comer,.but I-" render tgree-,
.she asked'with considerable spirit, The third applicant t here appeared and ": I odious to others, merely from '
nay
"I do. haven't the, least.doubt that Mr. Bowser had to break oft to receive mer -shall it be said-lack of'delica- ;
1J ..you went out into the kitchen 'Yith.tbe her. He shook hands as before and do want of, observation. They pick
*,air o.c a.duchess and tried to. ritake.. herr : after asking a few questions, remarked: teeth, or worse still suck them, .
feel that'she:was only mud..** "I run,my house somewhat differbntly Jim their lips at table, or make other
"I.didn't do anything of'the kind! No from the average. 'Fortinstance: .you noises when drinking or tak- .,
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a one could be more pleasantrthan:I was." will be regarded here.mo. as a com, pan- '. If they help themselves to any
_.'Mm. .Bowser, L know your_ways!! ion'than a- servant!". .: and the table they bring it .up beside
They have driven fifty different girls out "Will?* If does me good to hear his cs.'Y! plate, edges touching and per- "
of the house before this one The fact you say tliat, sir 1 I'm a great hand to | plunge the into the heteroge*

.island I feel that.f. Inust say.it.you.don't sit in the parlor when have a chance !I" mass in the spoon plate, or clean it off
how to manage kitchen { lp. ,You "You will be- given opportunity to ,
Jaye "*.. an their own knives, a proceeding
neither tact nor policy. ,", cultivate your mind. top rating to persons of fastidious
"You have, I.supposer"Certainly : "Will I? That's beautiful That'swl'at s ,: '
; every.husband has mote : I wanted to do; at my last place, | clean their ears,pare their nails
.. or%less. Those traits were born 'in him. but when they'found I was reading' .in on* and clear their, throat, forgetting* .
Mrs.'Bowser, did you ever inquire if that bed they turned the gas out on me.;" the privacy of their own rooms
.. 'girl read her! Bible?" My wife has an: idea:that a cook has the' .attend to all such matters of
f._ "No, sirrVJDidh't ho griefs or sorrows, but.-" plug .cleanliness. Still others, par .
IJ ask after her' family, or ever V "But she has, sirI've got over forty. rly men, loll in then chairs, .
t' e ,express any concern as' t to her welfare?'" of "em-at this very"moment." 'a young tattoo 6n. window, panes, table' .. .
"No." Some I ladies-insist on. keeping theirhelp out conv nieQt. Another* disa.
,"Never sat down with her and -soughf at a distance, but I don't believe"That's -" t"j habit, uncommonly annoying. ..

... "her confidence, and let her'see' that:you quite true, sir: At my last. v nerves. is 'that of rocking _
were, her f nendf"Of ., place the lady was forty miles distant G d and forward, crick tyrcreak.
not?" at her indthersmost of the
course from me, the and time with
keeping ,
'. ",I see how it is.Mrs.Bowser,and*the, time. You don't'believe in it? Neither' the tonqus sound by regularly.rais-

wonder is,that' 'the girl stayed two hours. do'I. Are we to go to.the theatre' together ; ,palm,of: the hand on the chair .
Well, it's no use to .get another-not ?' the .
under your style of management." ;'How-Eh--:What?" queried Mr.: Bow I guilty of these tiresome peculiar-' .
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.J* Perhaps your style would turn out ser. V the manner were only to consider the
different !I',she retorted. "And iftheo lady makes a-kick, fire 'i which they have upon others.-the
, Mrs. Bowser,, no wife should 'talkbask her out, I say." of ; the dislike Which they incur .
to her husband. As you have been "Are ypu speaking about my wife?" he & of them, they surely would
pleased to doubt the success of, my management asked in an uncertain way. a sturdy effort to correct them.- ,
I will prove to you that I kqow "Of' "course.' You'll come down ,,into A ,
.. more about servant girl nature in 'three the kitchenand'read poetry to 'me as r I the .
minutes than you,ever will if you live to thump 'the dishes.abOut then I'll
feel weak
? be a thousand years old." come uvtothe.parlor and play and, sing .re you :
.- ,How ?" "- / Tor you, and, if the,old'lady gets her back in' all worn out take _
'. How?" I will hire the next servant up, fire her out! .' IRON:
f 4 girl 1, and' start her bit the way to staying 1-1 don't think you'd quite fill ,the BITTERS
'with us .for the next twenty ,years.. Iwill place," stammered Mr. Bowser,he rose
send an ad..down to,come oat in thewing on SALE-One second band Washington .
paper, and I'll stay at home to- up."You don't? Then I'd like to know Boll t' PrrM for sale cheap: at this office., ,
borrow till wd get a girL" what in Tophet you mean by giving me : particular: "

He Bent off; his ad.: and the subject all that soft talk! What sort' of, game .
until the next is tliis. ?"
was dropped morning. you are playing '
Breakfast was hardly:over,when'the bell "My dear girl"Jbegan Mr. Bpwser in SYMPTOMS OF c'yo
rang and an applicant was announced: reply, "I'll tlvink\ over the matter.and :
She was uShered into the parlor, and Mr., drop you a line." :
', Bowser arose and shook hands with her "You will, eh? And, I'll think over J
: ud said; .,_' the matter,and send my brother here to PARES
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: 11 You.. have1 come to, see about the, see you!I" :
i4ce, My wife,you know, doesn't ,unrstand She had scarcely banged the door when :
how, to run} the kitchen, and so Mr.. Bowser bounced into the back parlor : .
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.. ... ,I ,. with his,face on fire and exclaimed: (CONSUMPTION OF TUB BRAIN THE BRAYS (from a pAofoprap)). '
.., .bave: 'no hen-huasy'of tc man'pok-: *\Vell, I hope vou are satisfied now!I" \ -* ,1"IleaJthy Qmdiltm. Wtih Parcrit'latent. .
ing'arauindany.kitchen.. 1 'work,in r' in- "Whathave, I done?" asked Mrs. Bow- Kettlesmeafereri h feelinr.sleeplemes*,periodic-heartaches' ,'disine/dlaa eM otTf: len;
tempted the girl, as she rose.up. ser. ringing in the ears difficulty lit thinking trouble in remembering names end the faces erect of'friendf.
*' But,.you'see m'y-wife is-" 'Done! done! You've .caused 'me to be 'Thevtct1moCl'aresLiIJ'Olten! shot ked or annoyed br, Mile notes and trifling tbtegs. .
4. ."If your wife :can't 'run the houseyoa'd insulted and belittled in my own'house!" The nervous system is often in. such condition that very slight causes*,or even novae! a&a1'1.ma1exdt4ftoludden ,
'it, P she said she '!"Didn't tell that'- outbursts of'anger. A feeling of pressure; upon the brain Is fiteae&tly
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better> ,shut up as you followed by seasons of despondency mental depression alternating with periods of wild,uk&iTe
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.. walked out. .The idea 6t, making mea "Never! Never me anything,and hopes; ,When the brain begins to consume or deca/.many of these symptonJ become a raftted..
iourney x>f three'miles.to find a man now you may ,go without cook Until The world strange or different from what: it was in the past;thought become a posttlre
.. who wants to go poking his -nose Into you are starved to death and I wont raise .effort and life an intense burden. '
kftoben 1 affairs'and telling l how to my finger getone.' I'm a patient man, The system needs soothing' toning and building up. Something unusual Is de&asd d.
,\n here I where the dlffic has = find and
L Why* great ty alwaysbeen-Jo something pure yet posttfre
sir I Bowser and I'm
feaBgup her dishcloth I ,. Mrs a longsufferingnan In its results. 'The late Prof I'helps,Dartmouth Collepe realise/:d this wben he began bis Is
wouldn't: work for you Tor'$30. a month ,but there is a limit. You've reached vestigatfonghichresulted In the aiscorery of Faine's Celery Compound, He knew zaea ft&d
.' .'noifor $tO !I" t.. The worm now turnS, and if I don't women' required something heretofore unknown lo the world,and his. great discovery feas fttr- *
-:'i'Who was it r? innocently asked Mrs. come up to luncheon nor dinner"---" niched It. This compound checks Paresis even aftcrlt has secured a foothold in tfee system.Taken .' '
Bowser she had, been But returned at the usual hour,and on the approach of the first symptoms will poi1Uveiy'prevent their 1nereaseIts Jtfd1
though listening 'endorsements by the medical fraternity anti the cures tccmmt f of Itt wonder.
at'the door a .. '. when he espied anew girl pas&ing through popularity and the unusual stir anus caused in this,copy. .
'. '**A woman suing tickets for ,some he 'hall he hadn't a single inquiry to,
cLurch festival calmly answered. make-New York"World.' ,. DIAMOND DYES 'ar. Strongert, 'limpetttr Fatteet, -a-:
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: it is hard find-anything,,better, and | I Okra. .

Our Rural IJq I e. we can think ,of no better way in-|I NEW KODAKS."Youp'ressthe I f PLAIN' OKRA.-Boil the fresh young. '

.\ .. ... .. e' ., which'to 'express ourself than jn the" !pods in salted water until tender, then
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-.. "' I with of melted butter seasoned -
a sauce
refrain of old I I love'them serve
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: No Time to song 'to with and salt. Add .
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: Repine, .. taste. pepper !
I love them and'who shall dare,
: to : of heat to
.For.OUr..Raa1 Home. one teaspoon sharp vinegar,
The summer'is drawing :its close chide{ me for, loving them?" which -, the boiling point, and pour over the pods. ,. .
we cannot refrain, from, repeating b- button\\ STEWED OKRA.":""-Trim off both -ends of .',
and the cool
as breezes or September; though some of readers the okra pods and 'put:over the fire with !
your
_," .bring to us the ctionc t may and
pleasant'recol1 ; think us a gourmand. Nextin we do the rest. equal quantities of broth tomato ..
possibly :
:of this month in other-years and other .*. catsup sufficient to cover. Add salt .
order came the delectable scupper- ; .and small slice of and '
climes it moves us to, hold communion pepper a ham,
with ourseH and we. look Dongs, over which .at dfflferent 'times SenD Jew MJU and t;Izei ". stew slowly -fo}: half 'an hour. Dish,

; *as I we have waxed so eloquent, we.really ALL LOADED WITH Transparent Films. sprinkle with minced parsley:, and. serve .
back the months\we
through summer! with the sauce poured over It.'
feared imbecility would ensue. Now For sale by all.Photo.! Stock Dealers.
know we will :stnke'.a common chord OKRA SOUP.-Use any good souRstock
o'f sympathy; .With other women who,, the guava is with us.' This fruit '' THE EASTMAN C.JMPANY, and slice the tender: okras into it. Season '
which is dear the I
heart of
to
so to taste. Okra should never be *
like us, ,have spent' the time. quietly at. Floridian has been Spud for na alo2Ue. ROCU1 TER:.IT.:y.:
every and ,the butt eooked'fn iron which causes it tn turn
home,, when weask, tivnere' has the, of- so', many jokes- -by ,the- jeering. black;and*it h id"ot;; ;; iid until ,

summer gone? ,_ sIt ,Northerners. whose first question is, their genreral'health would result Ie. nearly done. r .

.seems but ,yesterday !that 'ourtourists generallyihe stereotyped one :. "How the, piazza sunny, plant some fast ,OKRA' AND TOMATOES.-Stew, = together,
and
were flitting, 'sp ;:rapIdly .lias long Have they been dead?" Many a growing;:vines to shade it, but not have sliced equal, quantities and half as of much okra sliced tomatoes onion as, '

: 4! the time,passed away, nd'yet we have wordy battle have we fought in 'defense these dense;; sunshine is what you yon had of okra. Add green peppers if '.

'not done what we "so.much' wished pf this fruit with these same want. If you cannot afford to buy liked, and season with butter, pepper

and planned to da Last winter:when scoffing visitprs and .have almost veranda chairs (and' they are nor ex and salt. :' .
as :
STEWED OKRA,No 2. Take small
Christmas caught us wholly pensive) see if there are none in the fifty
: unpre-' frequently had the /elicity of seeing ; tender okras. cut both ends, but into a .
pared in,the matterof, little.gifts for thenf become as fond of them as we attic that you can scour-tip and repaint saucepan with two ourfcea of butter, a: '

.our friends which we could 'not'possibly are ourself.* And we. bear with their i and'make. not. only presentablebut green pepper, an onion chopped fine,and

r find time{ to make, w.e said to'ourself jokes and 'repay th'em by relieving attractive. a pint of tomato sauce.Cook slowly for. '.

r ; another season we ''Yill.begin in them of some of their Make cushions for the seats and half an hour,and serve with' the sauce. .. :
; superfluouscash STUFFED Oxa&. Cut off the ,
the'middle of make backs and them (a"'ncy'tick > ; pointed.
summer, our gifts -of which ,they ,are always cover wjth ends from.two doien good sized but ten- f
and pack them,away until-Christmas\ supposed :to possess an unlimited ng, blue demin or turkey red 'der okras,*and take out the seeds. Beat '

Have we done so? Not a.bit of it supply-while in return they calico, and 'tie tHe latter in position the yolks of three eggs, seaSon :with salt
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summer is and''Christmas carry "ith. braid. and add two of boiled, .
The over with them some of. this''' sanie, worsted drtss pepper teaspoons!

will,soon be net as if on fairy's wings,. away fruit made, up'into goodies of various ..Make a generous supply .pf floor' enough ham mmeed tcrthicken very fine the, and bread Add crumbs the '

E: and and we will be--..-"in the soup,"- I descriptions. cushions; too. : They do ,not want to seeds and fill the pods with eggs.the'mixture, .

in thelanguage politicians: "I To 'all havenofbeen' I be embroidered or expensively either by stuffing them from the stem .
surnt up, we I covered. there is abundant- end, or by them Place in ;
., Did the dull sea o.b.ring us any of the State have timein Very likely cutting open. ,
out ; spent our
material "odds andends" a baking dish, coyer with a layer of
dullness? 'Of it did. But among your .
course we active work 'dots'of
busy, : employment, crumbs, another with tiny butter, "
all need. Oat .
to
soon'got over longing for the\ excite- that had to be ,done; have tried honestly cover, you add a little gravy,' and bake half _an
: merit apd bustle the tourist, life, : and fearlessly to make the best straw, or hay, or excelsior,(which ,can hour. '
though we did miss the' opportunity. be bought "for five :cens"a.\ pound at OKRA Gmmo.-Cut a ten-cent knuckle ,
of and have we
for studying the fashions, from which : our summer, never I.any upholster's), : answers every purpose of veal'and a slice of ham into small t
had .
time'pass rapidly
so or profitably. for fillingthem. If there small :pieces;slice an onion, two or three sweet, .
source jwe had derived much, amuse Having so much for which" -to be are peppers, and three dozen okra pods, and '

ment gas well as profit, and :vainly thankful, ho wean we ,repine? The children: make some expressly for fry in hot drippings'or lard until.'of alight ..

wished some .of them would ,comeback busy ,days each bringing with ,it its them'but Ifave the others '24 inches brown. Sprinkle with two table.'
with their summer wardrob *afterwbich' 'square. If you have room for a small sixxns of flour, stir for"a few minutes, \
cares labors and its have
joy, rapidly: then cover with two' of boiling
quarts
' fashion'our stand keep iti here-to hold reading
could your
we
summer .
passed and'ye. raise voice in
can our vrater'and let simmer gently two hours.;
garments. But remembering an .old a' song of praise to One Who doeth matter,- sewing :or darning basket., At the end of the first hour, add two or .

'adage that ,"If 'wishes were horses, all things well" and has 'given us a I have not' mentioned one bf-the three tomatoes. Season with sour,herbs .

beggars might ride;" we contented bur- borne in this 'fair land of '. most essential belongings! of a piazza and mince parsley, and 'serve with a .
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self with the best we could get. FLORIDA- namely, ahammock. But yoir certainly dish of rice, boiled dry ThUlast is in-. .. .
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separable from all gumboes. .
At times 'we have been obliged to: .Sept. 10, jB9l.. -, l : must have. one, 'whether ,there i i": CREOLE GUMBO.-This is a thick squp

acknowledge it was, hot, but, what of ,' a room on the piazza to suspend ft or made from the recipe given for okra .

it? |t,washotter at other places.: Them. Out-Door Life for Women. not "All work.and no.play" makes 'gumbo, the stock of which may be made
0" \ the housewife just as dull as it does of any kind of w'enl,except beef or pork,
'too, One reason' :the 'alarming prevalence 'Jack," If they always remembered 'and as many kinds as the'cook !may see .
,with the, pleasant laid .breezes, and ,. of nervous and other physical this : fit to use. Oystersand chicken rnake.a :
,.and. were, not, so over exactingwith
gentle dews, and the early mornings, disorders American 'house. very nice compound This is a standard
among .
,themselves, life would, be far petttr in
delicacy the South.-E. H., in The
with the matin of
countless
.. : songs wives; is that they-spendso little oftheir.iime'1n'tbe
worth the I little
living. "Be a more EloUbekeeper. .
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numbers of throats which
tiny air.: ...
open '
lenient-witli yourself this year and see ..
seemed to vibrate and swell 'like the -------'- '------
Kitchens receive' .
more ventilationthan if you are not a gainer. Make tpY .:
tones.of one mighty organ, were sobright
and gladsome. The best of it other brooms; but by DO means little dress that you have planned to WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. .
enough to, rid them( the impure air tuck and' puff; without any. ornamen
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dojust
all however that could
was. we which the combined,odors cooking tation; l let down the tension and use C *.
j as we pleased. Ourneighborstothe 'and here in.this .overheated "de, ,
gIve; ; the time saved to read up the 'news .
right of us were qur neighbors -
gone
militating air the, housewife performs while PILLS
; papers or an interesting book,
left of
the
to iw were gone, our .
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daily swing restfUlly in a hammock.and
neighbors in front of*us Were gone you { PAINLESS: .EFFECTUAL :
'' likely there is an ample'piazza draw in long ..draughts.pure air. .
and_ our, neighbors behind' us'vfre'; Very : ? FOKADISORDERED- ; ; ;
gone. \Ve were in' the country, with adjoining this or the adjacent .dining The day has gone by when we'can .' '

all the :priyifeges of the town, so far room, but the. housewife I looks? uponit neglect the sanitary condition 'of otfr LIVER r '

concerned and as an ornamental appendage to the homes, eat and dress. unhygi ni fly A Taken as directed these famous Pills?
as quietness was as we
ip 'our hammock in; the :cooleventide home: ;and ajlace ,where her flowers and over-work jcontinually and then |11[.will enfeebled prove bj ounrelloua the above kindred restoratives dfrcaici ta&H,j J J i z
swung .
we felta thrill of thankful- thnve luxurIantly: No easy chair call, the inevitable breaking., down that 1 ;!. 25 Cents a Box,

'BC66 that we*. had not deserted, ,o.ur is there: as. a standing invitation Allows "a dispensation of PrCvj.1 I
. hdiae.. 'for her to come out and sit.down. ,..,with, dence: 'Country ,Gentlemen. ?' I !, |in fact throughout! the world to be"wortba<
v >guinea a bog/ for the reason that 'they; [
Then :we had.so much fruit strawberries her feet in the sun, and prepare, the. < J WILL CURE a uride range of eem-;
; J plaint,and that bare saved
1 i they to many
by the wholesale, peaches ,un- vegetables l for-dinner.or read a'few' We are taught' to ,"work, for the J< >sufferers not merely one but mamj guineas. ,* .

-t til. the, only 'drawback] to ,them was' minutes' while, ,the bread is rising; and night coming."' That Is all"t true,
that our capacity would not.:permit us she does not appreciate its benefits and good enough in its way; but did $ New York Deot.6< Canal St. ti ,

to ,use a bushel a ,dayr watermelonsbyjlfee enough to carry one out. "' you ever ask! this"question: ."When h1 -
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'wagon load, making our eyesto ,Now, if all this ignorance:of,the immense the rest.time coming?'' Aft work and F.OM.:J I..t"-nhfbgton rUI. ..&kl',low.a. IIMADES.: .

spread out and our 'mouth to grin: J>possibilities.a.piazza could no' play 1111kesJack a* .dull* boy. Let **!!.and trades It ads property.an .

.until the ,0f11ything needed, 'to'makea be dispelled and, every housewife,induced us, then,. to a reason able extent, com !Kansas.n; Iowa Texas.)Oli ourt.Florida.Arkansas* Nebraska. ,' Itt&eis, .#'

'"genuine black darkey asa: coat to live .out there every hour sine'rest and pleasure with our.work .. "

ef.kuab-ldftck'' upon our face., Then : that she can during the surpmer: and and thought, for thought is work.'of D O you need stationery of any klH--! = ,

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i, : TDM, SAWYER; -. .' '- Staff Contributor. the ,Ailiancemen I would 'sweep* the I I I Arnold l joined the oppressors of his some localities and, on- sonie issues.

field with the bayonej. You ,may country and tried to dp( business on the But this is abnormal and if not a .

, Tom 'Sawyer Tells about a False think. John, that .a bayonet: was a monopolistic lines. He opened an "rotten. plank," it-is a deformed,' unmanly

: ,Alliandeman named Arnold. fjoor'substitute. for a broom, as it Wasindeed office and attempted to loan Alliance idea. It is not essential" that

'"Wi11Mr. Tom: Sawyer .please' tell but the tariff as' enforced by, men. money at 3 per cent per month,' every man should vote; nor, that,. as J
me,something.about. Benny Dick Arnold the B.ll Mckinley bill had put up the I I but the 'Legislature passed the usury Speaker Reed seems_ to think,. 'everyman
h ? I hear 'em say that he'tried,to price of brooms" away beyond the !bill. and he withdrew his, foreign capi should be counted to make' the

dell out the Farmers' Alliance,and had reach of Ailiancemen, so that some'of tal.. Years later l he perished miserably.I .. total present:by which to ascertain.the

tojHin a way jo monopolists. ,,' I am them'quit sweeping altogether. :Benedict don't know where he went-when he rightful,majority. :
mighty glad.Y9U told me the true story Arnold was a very- active Al- died'for I an* told that there is no: Suppose I am'not well informed

about Cmcinnatus and Robert Morris; lianceman and used to be in demandon hell,. Which is a pity, and! I am sure upon the pending question, or am al '
My 'pa says you think you are awful. all great occasions both to "'talk that.he i is not.where all good Alliancemen together dissatisfied with those person

smart and you'll,have a blister$ on your' ahd to fight. .1\t.*the great: Alliance hope to go. who are being voted for what right

lest heel l, betote you are done.'with the barbecue near Ocala..in' 1777 he gave r existent should compel me *to vote? ;
Alliance.-JOHNNIE GRUBBS..u a whole.'quarter of a beef and made a Should Suffrage be Extended to the It'is1 nowise necessary that one-half .','

.1 *' I ,still have ,my doubts about, your speech two hours and a ''half long, Other Sex? part of the men vote m order to= giveus

pa, Johnnie, but, you, must dq your and broad ':'as the ""declaration of purposes Editor Alliance Department: ,4 good,laws, at least as good as we.'

' best,,to set a good example before, the ," He kbock.oqf a party 'of f .It is a fair that we who now nave; and to get better laws, I
.. presumption
old man and try. to convince.him'that monopolists! near Danbury, Conn, in i now enjoy the 'privilege of "the* right should say more: voters%were.._a very
.be is a "vessel. of wrath" May be' 1776, and on October 7th, 1777, he o.f .suffrage" are, or ought to be,, ,the poor( way to secure them. '
I; one ,day he will repent. Let us all raged like an unchained tempest,across
most concerned of to jts further The whole is
as experimental .
H any subject an -
hope thai it will not come, too late. the field at Saratoga, leading the last
,. extensions In fact, we are yet in the one, .and Mrs. E. >!. King is reasoning ;
You are a little off; 'my 'son.. about desperate charge( which broke the '
woods somewhat to whether have from theories while
as we
j altogether 1
General Arnold and it does not sound Hessian line and routed the pauper.
not unwisely extended the same dur- the matter calls for experimental
subject
well to call "a grown.up man Benny. labor imported from Europe. For "
the last l thirty to nothing of the discriminating
ing mbst
.* years, say knowledge -
Tomim"and
One time a man called 'me. these gallant services' the Allianceselected '
:
ot other and earlier extensions she is
t the. kind. In other words .
1 immediately broke ,his leg. .Il' him a'delegate to..the State
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.Now, it will "be.accepted 'by all persons dff the track. ,She may think that, '
he had repeated it I should have f fractured Alliance which met in the.spring of .
we doubt'not that if we have could beat in the .
women men average '
his neck eliminated his diaphragm. ; } him
r or 1778,at Philadelphia allowing to
acted unwisely in our extension ,of staling ofmatters', or in the l long run.
1 1 l am no dude and cannot his About the .
.pay expenses. year :
in the, and considering if had But
suffrage
are .show.
past they an equal
called pith General
be "Tommy" impunity.You 1779 Arnold married a.woman .
'
the of methtid of M knows
some Mrs. E. well that
question _.King '
should have said Benjamin Rich and became a benedict in fafcfxas! wellas
restriction we cannot, at-the sime, time, she would not by .any meaqs 'consent
rd.Vhc in name. He married Miss
: Benny" a'
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you say : .you ;
with. ;any degree'of common sense, to live where! the womep ruled
impose upon me a condition of nausea, Shippen, who is said to: have ,had a
consider the propriety of !'woman'ssudrage. over her. With her it is life or death,
ihat is worse than mat de Ben: lot'of Torylredilections:
mer. "strong
." It is old "that women. She
an. adage to rule among can
like Rich of he. into trouble.
jamin,is a good strong name : course got John;
"water on both shoulders bear'the of'men'even .
y.oll.canno carry tyranny thoughit
ardorjohn, or Davidbut:Benny,4njtt my tioy, do you never marry; :woman ,
the time. of .
at same Having; doth chafebut the
: npw tyranny -women
It will ajmost'do' to say"Johnnie" when with anyting like that, but'if she has
f exercised,the right of suffrage for would blood of her .
, forty paralyze'.the very
speaking of a little\ fellow like unclip Jed you"may:
you any coupons
this November I canspeak heart. Of this there be doubt.,
Y .. years coming can no
# but if 1- were ypu. aho.uttnext year I marry her. Never object to .a woman '
,. with a ort of experimental acquaintance An inexorable law has fixed this matter
would mate people call me John.' : because, she'is .rich. I came half-way ,
with the Nor has for both.Mrs. E. M. and
subject. .KIDS
.5 S Bob-is not'so bad .nor is Dick,, but : marrying a woman with, a fortune ..
and Wrienever my observation been'the most limited. ,: for us. . .
Bobby Dicky-faugh! once. 1 and all my people were willing -'
.1 think of it 1,want to go off and break i but,.she and all her people 'did It.is. ,a sad fact that fully one-half.: I ,If; as the censds,sets forth. ,women

. I that fellow's other leg for calling, me nut -''a 'or' the project, soy ,like the' those now entitled tc vote have not I outnumber jnenf the real question assumes -- '
55 Tommy and what nukes it so edtirely Panama canal scheme; it fell through. the proper mental l and moral qualifications this forms shall the men continue ..

aggravating he spelled it Tornmie. 'I Iii 'AVe novv approach the period.of his for the performance of ,said to, rule! .or shall. they giveup'

S ,. ,could: drown: himf' I life when it would have been well for duty, arid yet they are none the. less their God-given* right and let the ..
.. General Arnold .spelled his ,name I Arnold.had"his life come to a period. zealous to act their,part. other sex make our laws; decide
Benedict, and if the Americans of I In 1870 wnen Sunjter and :Marion 'To amend the ,statutory laws upon when to make war and when. to stop *'

those old days called him Benny,' Ii ,were making life "a burden 'to the this matter is,almost an utter impossibility the carnage; how much,.tax to levy

doa't wonder that, he,sold'outt. to the "monops" down in ,South Carolina, ,,-because the power to defeat'all and who to hang, and how long to

enemy; ,He; was $ j brave "man".a.nd" I and making the Ocala platform'the such intent to amend lies in the hands imprison, .and where ships may sail..

: would*fight anything ,from ;:a British: magna charta of Alliance liberty, ,Arnold of those who would'bedisfranchisecL' to,' and what.cargoes they may bring,
'. dragoon ,to a "blind, ;tiger." He, began I wad fighting the sub-treasury\ idea One of the evils of the. present 'generation and .who shall make brick, 'and,

: .,. hie early,m'the;;,year,*having been: : "tooth and toenail," at..the*same'time i was ,the extension., the right whether straw 'shall' b"e'giv or. '
.. bom without'his 'consent, on. January he was declaring himself to be the only.' 'of suffrage, to a' class of persons who witheld, and thus rule over us is .a .

I .3, 1740; 'anx|.had" he lived;until .now Simon pure Alliance man from'Podunkto had no ''legal, moral ,or mental' right i thousand ways,, even such, as. the .
fee would'have beepatC:old:m tit. ,He Withtocbochie.' Just here, my boy, : thereto; but practical politics, so-called; world up to this time has never knows

-3 joined the Yankee 'army'in 1775,!ana. he, himself and when Washington said it must'be so,and so it.was ordered ordreamt of? r .

was .wounded:' in front ,of Quebec,' ,the great leaderof the National and now stands a blot upon our statute( Things are.bad, enough at present,
also ia the leg. They do telf 'marvel ,, Alliance, got after him with a_, sharp i books.. Mrs. E. M: King may be I but let not Mrs; E.' M. King think-* .. .

OIH tales ;about his. fighting,qualities, stick he skipped out to the ,enemy.,! qualified mentally for a propef use of we are such-''fools! as' to give lip .
'; He wed to' ride a' big black "horse He,bad sold the Alliance for $150ooo ,- the ballot and I will not question her what; power f/e have,. to be 'bottR4

and when, sub-alliance, was ,;about ; but h' .failed to deliver the goods. i mora.1 1 qualifications,,in both these respects unto others. .-I coutit-it: folly to eves '

SI to l be 'driven from,the"fi ld he would It die members of ,the Farmer Alii i she,-may: be. fully the equal of think of it -as an, abstract' Idea. .,
draw his s'IYOrd, 'made:from a scythe, once: .had caught him'his hide wouldn't' the writer; 'but,here, the comparison : A. F. 13- .

aad 'rushikg* ib',the front would cut have held shucks. Thus. you,, see,. ,if such there could'be-stops. Politically "* '
ad I&ash entire cohorts of the enerriy. John, what evil ,things happen: to, a i she is disqualified, and I am one 'The time. will come, says the DeLand. -- :/

Yet, be,used to carry Ithelitd'row in man whose companions! call; hIm Ben. of those altogether unwilling to re: .Record,'when growers will raise .
;ooroppjftg match, and when 'amid ny and who marries'.a' woman with move 'thai disqualification. I have more lemons for'the'market A Crescent .-' ..

p the storm Of. battle his voice was, strong;Tory' predilections.: He. first many good reasons. for such,a decided City grove, fifty,'miles' north pt .

., heed like the notes of a' fog-horn goes: back upon the demands of' his I stan .. DeLand: is ,now shipping? 700 bees.
'sties; "Hetf kto the, line, Jet- ,the people and than he{ sells out: to, thettaonopolists. l ,A sickly,sentimentality ,has conceded of leinonst which will bring frOM $3'}*' '

,1 chips foil' where. they. durn" please," the.privilege. to. woman .Jo vote. i in to $5 per'b 'x.. v./' .

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ICr. Hind's Beply. # will( bear the 'construction, you pu tober 31* .4865, the circulation- per 3)nH) ; FLORIDA LANDS.Farmers

: Dudley W. Ad'amsi Vfce-Presi .upon i it; provided yoir'wili*first quote capita,'was $48.7'0. Mr. Dunnin .
the bill before construing it/that the figures fort June 1866, _
.tftd ..FIiJJa.Si. /e'Alliance; :' .', your says 36, .
.' .. DEAR Sm : readers may be able to judge,how you give-$52.01 per capita, and John A. : .
.. AND BROTHER have follow' 'the realize 1 that it in '
text; I Logan, a .speech in the'Senati.
read your reply to .m De: and taker would beta rash for enter "r
"' act me to March17,. 1874, gave tables substantially
p4 Ute in saying L agree; with you into a discussion with a trained agreeing with the- above

ssnd.heartily join in:the denunciations. .controversialist 'like yourself, :.were' According Mr. Hastingsthe amount
you write ef the bill which y assert, I fortified with thee in of this
not ) knowledge January year teas only;
.. contains the following:: provisions i, .
that the sub-treasury demand stood $24..10. '
it Cans
brad irredeemable ;currency; the criticism for over a year of The Now, Mr.. Editor:; I ,have not
2, discriminates, favor,, of\a. few at '
written this
Alliance, from the meetingin. St :with 'any desire to
the !expense.o.the. many; 3, against Lou's:to the one in Ocala, at which; make a reckless plunge into this .
.fee poor in. favor of the 'rich; 4, .
warfare all
place. the representatives of every. financial as \ think we
against' the produce/; favor of the State but two, after: die fullest and can be better employed, and suggest!

speculator, 5, provides 'for the' government widest discussion,' re affirmed. it. I that anyone hankering for a fight hadbetter

ulto.loan to collect money .from the {fully realize the difficulty of preparing tackel Mr. Dunning,. who hasp A ..

refrt-of to the cotton planter; a bill of the'scope of the sub-treasur/, t a cHip on his shoulder and is
'. 6,'/faulty in "principal and derectivein'detailt" ,Stopai, d Think.
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that would 'not be liable to'critici m anxious to have ""it knocked 'off. I.
7, conflicts with ,cur'declaration either as infrnging on the-constitution believe that even if Mr. Hastingscould WHY :Spend the best. years of your .

of .purposes and against aJt of precedent; ,and hence hanot prove that the circulation 'is* life cultivating the soils. of the frozen ..

financial l history; 8, .irrelig' cJus..J am been surprised 'atthe. opposition ;of greater per *capita. now,, it would Norjh and :West raising crops on which. .
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not'surprised when you say, "I am, .the cons itutional quacks who I not prove' that we have money:enoughto the freight is often not realized, when
got
in of this
bill
better., ."favor or something abound in Washington; but' you .are do :the business of the country, so you can buy land from'the undersigned, .
.'man or I presume'earth there is not 'a the first pf'its critics, to my knowledge long' ast. it is possible for our..moqey rich and f fertile as any known lands,'

woman' on who would to proclaim that t. 'so "far from the market,,to be "corriereoY1I. and where you can raises crop that the

favor. .,the bill. l with the above: '.provions. '!, ,:Alliance providing a remedy for ,the llcQuE.ENAULD.. United\ States Government will pay a '

'' evils under which. the producing .Orlando.. $BOUirrY of $,too. on.each acre.
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But the mystery ]to me. is,"why you classes,.Jabor, they have ,offered a .1 HOLD On, this isn't all. You can sell '

should call it the sub-treasury bill, for measure that,would,.,if enacted into. Major"Campbell's' "Talks.' ..' .... the said crop right there i in youphorhemarket

: 'surely you know, that the' sub; :treasury law;, double their burdens; increase: Edltor.Allian: Department: for $250 per acre. You ask for <

'endorsed by the' Alliance is 'the very their:'"misery, .and insuretheit'ruin.While .! } \las poor Florida I Between' the the "How" and the ""Wherefore.
: bill devil, and the deep sea.. Between
opposite of the denounce. .
you have :avery Quite right-facts and figurescoiin t best. ;
Why 'sliould drag into. the discus a high opjnionof Major Campbell) and Frank Higel. :
you
sicHf: "the late'financial crisis in Argentine ,your ability have also a.great deal of what a contrast 1 Plant, the Lana with Siigar Cane.Tff .. .
confidence in the wisdom of the men'who'.have
and the 'assignats" 'and "'man- for three ears/championed The gallant Major, in his'anti-third ; OLD farmers and careful perus-1 .

'dats" of France I can't conceive,, for this measure and party enthusiasm, eIldeavors to show ers of papers, the l fact that.there is now .
met
II hey ,are )just about'as pertinent to the advanced..successfully that the country* is in a flourishing established .near Klssimrriee, F1 .,.the;
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sulMreasury demands as the; snowre- and every in irgum the millions of Alliancemen against itt condition,' and is so carried away by I St.. Cloud Sugar Refinery, is stale "

cently discovered; the moOn.\ or the and women who, in.the interim,, between hIS own arguments that. 'a poor little !news.We. *'are talking to all 'our ..
burning of of Arc., I believe' weaien ,razorback friends. be raised
Joan the St. Louis and Ocala measly; looks Sugar cane ,can as-
.* there is-' ,truth in the proverb, "Trie Studied well its, co0vehtions nearly) as large as an elephant in.his cheaply as.corn, al1d.,Uncle Sam: will .
future is recalled in'the *' but if I every provision eyes.- A sheaf of oats of two "
past; 'and discussed thoroughly. barely long pay you a bounty (entsper-poutod_
fI .,wanted to,quote, historical. i precedents Since then the Knights Laborand; enough to furnish its own band 'appears on manufactured sugar. The St. ..
for the sub-treasury, I.can find plenty kindred l organizations numbering nearly asJong'.a5 himself,, and' Cloud plantat.ion in Osceola Co., Fla.,; :.

in a\l'l\ : untries/ not -excepting' a million, have endorsed jr. Is it over not so on ad infinitum. The 'result, he averaged'4,500 pounds of sugar to'the; '
own./' For instance:.The' Swiss ,have grows eloquent in 'expatiating on the acre last year, and it will go 5ooo'*
: passing that all but youhave .
&" system of government loans. ,to; farm Failed to strange see ,in it an instrument of wonderfurpossibilit'es of Florida soil; pounds this 'year. .* : .
A ers.*' France, in spite of the calamities if only the farmers would but touch ? This : .
desfruction to their every hope?. I METHODS isn't the only big .
from assignats" and "raaridats"' ihis wpnderlul soil agricultural wonders
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'can fancy a recreation of.Puck chance of life, however. The
you ; your .
has had' since 1868 something akin would forth and farmers.would
to spring .
shaking jour head many times a day'as cultivation of rice lands about Kissim-
the sub-treasury in 'its f.storage ware-: become wealthy, especially Florida
'exclamation falls from your nice i is to become an assured, profitable ,
Ito se. The'early settlers of Pennsyl lips,,"What fools these mortals 'be."* farmers. But to complete this arcadian fact. There is .no .richer' qr better ; .
vania and: Virginia were not "strangers 'picture, he tells us we, must allow=
and lands i in the'world
But before. 'accepting your j judgment truck market-} garden. ; -
,to the aavanfages': of a,currencY'based'on' our masters, the Natifnal' bankers, rich
I ha1t insist on you quoting thosepassages than the land 'on the overflow
a belter security than metal viz railwaymagnates* and merchant .
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of the bill containing the or bottom lands about Kfssim-.
,. Bread and,meaj. .' evils'you enumerate. Let. us Jiave princes, to manage all our'business for mee. Write (forcohfirmation.toCol.

.. You say, '"If anything .good couldbe them. us; 'we must notuquestion their acts, A. K. McClure, editor Philadelphia.Times .
said.bt: the 'sub-treasury bill I b'ut keep right on raising scrub cattle, Has .
; Yours truthfully'and fraternally, who personal l knowledge. .. .
would know..it.and razorback hogs'etc.; ., and.get rich.
most assuredly say .' 1'11 os. HIND. Then! in lands' for orange groves, or '
itj; then you assert.that Jiave.not, at ...e. -.' .Now, if all thjs. went no farther proves already ,.cultivated or bearing, >. .
tempted to defend i it. c If you read my Less Money'Per Head. than the State it would, do no hahn," I'[ can satisfy you that your best interests.

.. letter'You'1 know that I stated in it that .. but here pomes the trouble. Those lie in seeing me before: .any one eje. .
.I' purposely, refrained from advancing Editor Alliance Department: !farm talk?:of Major Campbell are misleading ..

arguments.in its'favor for lack of space,. :Mr G.v.. Castings. of Interlachen,. people in other State BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The.health. .

.,' aad asserted: J would 'confine myself in your September 3d! number, chal- Would not be far better for the fulness and beauty of Ki&imffiee .

k> answering your driticisms. Let me lenges the correctness of statements Major in those (farm talks to: state the have never becn. questioned. No .

assure you, my.brQther, that?! am at that the currency circulation has contracted Fact that_ his land .is hammock land, diphtheria! no consumption, pneumonia
since 1865, and 'publishes: a while -in fact,, read our medical.. '
ail times prepared &0' give abundant mneteen-iwentieths( of Florida
.. .reason for my. 'support of this measure.'' statement of the Treasury Department is .pine land? Why does .he not' tell report. Beautiful cottages, villas;or,

. .. I I don't .look back: on;any public act oftee tCpro.ve.his position, that instead ofa the.people that while growing JL little lots suitable for residences Wrke.lor .

". after a year's reflection,"with decrease there has been.an. increase of everything does not grow.much terms and particulars. '

greater confidence, that r am; right, or (from 1866 to 1891. As the same i of anything?' Tell us how many COME .SOUTH, And get lU1teci! .

Oft ORe that I' feel more confident I mail"has.brought me some figures_ to acres .of oats he grew: which made I i quantities of the grandest climate is.,. .

can.successful fend'tfian on'my.Vote prove the reverse, I:will give them that,, Bundles four feet'long, and how many the world free with each acre of.ground 4

for tfee sub-treasury demand .I" here four,-readers may audi allcram parttm.. 'acres'he grew Which. never got tall purchased. Come 'where,yoa,caa tiI. -

tit that, the 'sub treasury bill prepared Hon. N. A. Dunning, of..Washington, enough! 'to.mow. Tell :US' how .many the soil twelve months .in the yeiff '

by' the National Alliance, and is said to 'declare that, the statement hundred times the value of.those razor. At least write to me for full particl: n. '

tfttrodttced in the House -of Repreteetatives above referred to is'sccured juggling jacks i it cost his neighbors to fence W. CAltNOWt.. : .
with figures and declares, hIs readiness -. them and f fOr :. .
.. > by Mr. ,Pickley- South against crops destroyed lCIMl.MH, Flee
.D keta, c08&ains'not a feature -of the to defend His statements' with by them. In fact,* tell us hdw much Anai t rUut J& d.of'ke I l..toa Cu.'..." ; .
lobe A oc4Ud aact'"
or Railways 1AB4*,
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"Wl you cofidema. am quite.willing any man by'the records. f money be has made by farming in lABdi of Kicalsaaac Lar.d'Co.\ .

t .' a to <**** the Pickley: bill with you!, The Forum: of Canton,. 0., states Elo da.. There is BO doubt but;,that fruit Pbo pbate, near cane, sire, trtMU ; ; !.' #.
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'- tfce.eely billtfee:AlKaace is'' respoattWe that .according; to report of. Hugh Major Campbell tells the .truth as to aad ,home rax4eg.I a4t., timber 8tsd seism fer faming eh i >.

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'. eaeugh'; He should also. tell what 'he. neighbors what had brought about thisgrand Swelling which''wilt be tie} bestin: ,this I stream from country to city, with great. !
fails to grow.. change. ,He looked at.me in. community. Other minor i improvements -; cities springing up everywhere, while s'deserted
On .the other hand 'comes ;Frank' blank:astonishment for a moment and 'are'going'on, daily and everybody : farms are plenty from Maine .

Higel with his-r'fHark from. the said, "Why, the Alliance." 'seems to be in good'spirit Co California it 'cannot be that the '

tombs a dokful sound./ .Poor:fellow! But, said I,'money seems tobe Just Those with small: ,orange groves are; ratio of farmers to the whole popula ,. !
He has got it-bad., :, Wonder 'if he is .as ca.rce.as when you all looked so' giving them'better attention than .formerly tion is greater than in' 1850. 1' don't 1
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ot troubled with, 'dyspepsia: '.Ot one "blue." and the result is ,they look believe itThe: working class is ,

thing,Mr. Editor, you. may be: as"- "'Y eshe; : replied, "but we .see more thrifty-and promise better returns everywhere the victim of' false statistics .r
,sured; he has an attack of .something some, chance for a; great 'change; in their\ever before. and false reasoning, misrepre- ,r

hiCh.has. :already' worked 'Florida-in: fact there has already been a change, Taken all in., .all.we are 'now' in a sentation' and, fraud.. As long as ,it .,

'ca culabl-injury,:and.that through the. and there will be.greater changes y.et." bettercondition, financially and can be'muddled; "it can. be robbed. .

4" 'Florida press, top. Now, :would it :And, I find that such is' really the otherwise, than we have been since Ifirst While such crawling* parasites, as, .

BOt;be much better forwrit'e s,to give case. The establishing of Alliance came. to this country; and what Edward Atkinson beg and plead for .
both sides of .th ;story, even i if it does stores. has'done much toward a much is better: .still our improvements are the- -

'''...*spoil, a good argument,, needed reform-they have established only just begun.. We are going to greater well knowing economy? ) .that among capital ultimatelyreaps poor- >

The interests of'tens of thousandsof .sysfem' of buying for cash,. and although continue bur improvements and,do so the of general
residents of other States, are; centered it has .been pretty tight on through the principle which the Ail'ance in benefit living every .
laborejs '
10 : on Florida.:. ;.They naturally some of them, it has brought about a ,has tid pt d.-; W. R. "HARDEE economy the undersized bones among, .lean l flesh,' dull ..'
"look. to the .Florida press for-straight in Marion Free Press '
healthy! and mutual feeling, of satisfaction .. i worn very :
and faces the\ -
care
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among
: goods when. seeking .information con- and confidence between thebuyersand ,++ I ..
cerping the State wby 'not give it tr poor,and signs of deficient nutrition,
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; sellers! of merchandise. Not Over-Production". increasing
bread
'' them? Florida is. not 'a paradise[ ,: The plari'adopted for.stocking the An article by.: James: Shinn, in 'last I a too pauperism hard strugglefor and, suicide, all make. ..,

friend Campbell, to the contrary. 'Alliance stores is working:admirably 1; ,' Rural, is sensible and suggestive, but eloquent claim for a more generous ,.
Florida is like O1any'other"'States' so and: the one we, have here, managedby the l latter portion is based on a gigan scale of living, a better diet, better .J

.. far as fertility u concerned., 'Sh.e. haspoor ].- 0. Pillans, is a. "joy forever" .to, tic error, towft? : the stale; and often education and more time for it. This '.
soil, medium, soil and fertile soil; those o appreciatelow'prices: but a exposed fallacy of '"over-production matter of underconsumption of deficient -

,' she .I has a superb climate in which_ source of terror and. a' real "thorn in beyond the capacity of our people to diet,* or imper ect'bodies, and

she has a monopoly over ant' other 'the"flesh" to the rival 0 storey who haveheretofore .consume" The consuming capacity therefore ,i imperfect minds, is, 'not a
State of the Union: Some men come ,
such extortionate of the American other
., charged or any people small
: matter -a matter concerning only
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.' to Florida and, get rich; some- get prices for their flmisy.goods.But .. eo has'never been tested,. and the export few to be'remedifd
a or.a matter as
poor; 'some crops succeed others fail. the Alliance p.eople'h ve "jvaked of food is no sign that"the home ;peo, sOme mistakenly bv restricting '
propose
The man who-comes to Florida to up-not" just half awake, but wide pIe..ha .enough. In every famine in *the productions
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thereby
,. farm must toil and'sweat as elsewhere;: increasiflgthe.already'great ,
awake from the tips of their big toes'that Ireland when its people were begging evjls of our system.'" "'
'Hedoes not have ,t6 .,make as Jiig !( stick out of a pair of shoes bought the world for food',to keep alive .thousands The remedy, for the,downward course
' crops as the northern or -westernr '"on time" for double and perhaps of ,fat. beeves. andsheep were of all industrial classes must'be soughtin .

farmers 'because he'can get betterprices.Torhis thrice, their real value) tp the ends ,of being con'tiniially'shipped! toEpglarid.To 'a totally different: irectid ri. )If a' ,
.produce, and 'can' Jive their -gray locks !that protrude from day in comparativelY' peJou farmernowraises no bushels of wheat

cheaper with.b lter.health". 'and withdays the holes in a'n old wool, ,hat, the priceof America, not only thousands, but: and sells it, for $i per bushel, what

'-313 in the year in which he can which,. when'-,bought, would make. millions, not only millions, but one- I II .wil1* t advantage, him.if: he raises! only '
work out doors: he can'accomplish ',honest, merchant" blush half.and perhaps two-thirds of '
any % I .the.,1 ,100 bushels aha gel" $i. 10 per:bushel, '
more. But they have gotten over that and population of the United States are: for it? Iq every case.Shyf ock: rides to ".
Of v- Florida'suffers: from bad legislation, now they:scorn the idea'of buying on not able to procure a ,full supply of ,the'farmer's door in his fine carriage .,
as d9 other States, and she receives time fot the short experience .they food of the-' est quality, while the unconsumed and takes all but *a bare and scanty
., benefits from good legislation, thesame. have had has convinced them that though needed-portion It. is what
living. not any one earns,
In conclusion,' Mr.: Edtt ,-! i l .beeIr blind their advarir of:.the annual *
?; they Ivtve ,to products :are gathered but, what he keeps, that enriches hilI .' :
believe Florida has' sufficient advan tages and interests. into, an' immense "surplus." 'The .
The American farmer well other
as! as .
.tagesto eventually place herein the If the :Alliance were never to do ',Creators of.this surplus 'Wealth l are.. .in' l laborers is trying to fill through a e, "
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front ranks of the. States of the Union;. any more good than the establishmentoF i .daily need of.better food, better 'corn half-inch pipe, a barrel! of which! half .
and I think all writers. should fairly ( this one principle the principle. of forts of all kinds. The'physical, body 'he.bottom has been knocked
out, .
state not only the advantages,. .but .buying for cash-it would :more requires an abundant and_ regular supply jhil& certain trying toknock
parties -are
'also the .dis qvantages. Then people than compensate for all the trouble of food of the best quality; .with out the other 'half. When the .

coming (from other States would'.not and expense tney 'have \incurred.. But pure''air and cleanliness. Only based farmers are all "te ants, and , expect to find a,land overflowing:"with"rairfe 'this is.but-the. beginning for 'the ,Alli On .such.bodies cah.-the people-achieve the whole .bottom
'' "' working men .t ram pc;. -
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!< :and honey, where ,the improvident has the scale and'maintain
ance not yet, dropped a high development and will be out. Mr. Shinn eta. /
and shiftless would succeed as irpurtfs i eyes, still it has ,made the perfect their- freedom. Oh a hundred propose to fill! said barrel. by increasing
well as the industrious and thrifty grand old United States tremble It 'thousand farms' it is the-custom to sell size.of' pipe $ inch, while 't
,arid) consequently get: disappointed has not been verY''' long since, *, when all food products that are choice, .and toga that first mike .
modestly we : :
suggest
Y ,On, the other hand, people who_ wouldmake' every farmer had a,"running'account'1 to consume only the. refuse. ,Many the barrel ,watertight; I am .w tch*" .
good citizens would be deterred at store an'd'the hundred ;thousand childish mouths
some country country are the Alliance which it will
ing to _see ,
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"*. from .coming by.i. writings:; : of-Chpse 'store-had a running mortgage on, his cheated, I of their dues in eggs, butter, do.-Pacific .R'iral' 'Press. -
.feilb>s on the otherside; who are continually ., best milk cows, his lot of hogs; and cheese, fat poultry, ;choice and'tender, .. '. ".
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crying wolf;> .. B. uit N.! 'sheep and very often the mortgage .beef-steak, and wholesome-fruit, that ;

-Chandler.' .- -. .._Fla" ; .. .-. ',. took. such a running way that it 'took the 10to 15 per'cent :interest on .the :Beformlna. : pilr.'Piacal System,,;,.''. ;
.. .. ''' the best 'of( the chickens and, other" mortgage may' be .paid. The' tene The currency which is proposed to*
\ "S&w' tne Alliance BenefitsOur. comforts that were the production of merit ,houses of New York, Chicago, be issued 'should be based upon a .
':/ .Fatmers. the farmer's' wife's ,patient industry- and every'other city, the factories of perfectly secure and impSTishable'ioundanon >-

,. .. I returned some''weeks ca o fromSett and toil. % every town; .the wives and children, of and should be a legal l.t-f'lh't .
; ;.Brevard: county, to this place, .Everybody '-was" then hustlingaround working men everywhere, and'the1 last der.for :all debts,' pub'ic ahd private.
r Ete tra which''has been my-homefor in the spring to make arrangements great invention of American progress Such a baSts.an only be turnished by .

'" -r.th' "'fist several; years 'until t recently.! to have'a,running account, ,but -the.. tramp-can each ,and' all' bear the real property:of'the.country.. To ,
Like ail 1 fan mtngsectlbn.S:there Ha been now' we 'hear nothing of that over burping Testimony .to an 'und r on.. accept personal -security,"or any other'

jeatt'wail': ,cry about hard,'tiirres,- here, .and''.it is indeed a pleasure to go sumption ,of-proper food.. security than the improved real prop

*iWtionateprices.pf: merchandiseaijd) to ,Alliance. store 'and see the ,It"is argued by Mr. :S.:,that''in_ 1850 erty of the country, would bV to ..
.-tew:prices of cotton;. and the\ farmers, farmers buy their goods :and pay the agriculture was prosperous', but since, hazard, the loan, which the government ''; ." '
,aM) looked, like a'r fot ofhired mourners; hard cash fox them and hear their farmj have increased? in number''' 26 O, fn the interest of the:whokpee-( :, '.

and I though it \ya :a chronic,case. ripen praise for>*a sysfem that has per.cent while''population 'had' only ple,*poor as'ivell'as'rich'cannot'ji....ly. '

But upon my return, after an:absence brought about such a radical change. 175 per cent., and hence that 'production do There'can be hoT betteror safer. ., .
*pf t nmomhs: I. find,everybody look. Among sorrife' of themany'improve.nients 'had outstripped'consumption.' security for-a government :loan .''tfam

Ha<' '.Qf cKeeri t and' quite: goodHMfiy .I Dote is a nice cottage which I have not the census'reports at hand; the real property pf the, -ftatiofi..Vif- ..
improving: /their :place by put i Mr. Geo. Wilcoven has built, ..agoodcomfortable Hut/it. : is within the knowledge of the'loan is'placed, upon such property. .
tiafe,:\wp new house and making abode by Mr., Jesse/'Sel.' everyone that in 1850 we'werean ag at, one,half or :ome.th.rd .df it. real : f
s'- lets the veteran hunter and. Indian ricultural 'without '
manufactures value
o : ?e i4ecessaryor'homesitiils. ; < people. .it'is.assecureastl7e'geverni +t *1 ij
:c .. # .. ... fighter, *and" the:* pr par ions. of ,, importing most of our goods..! its elf aid the currency. hayed, nfeii .. I J
w. f'Were lad bjeea l &&k-a, change.taisoshort 'Me srs: Manson,Morse for;'.the' immediate Now with, 'factories: thickly' covering j such! ',a loan is as '.Rood as "a 'gOYttrs:: !

; / period that. I asked one"'of my t erection a la.rge. two. story ,the whole. East, with .an i immense, went bond. ; 'Qr gold. ,,' and silver. ". .. # .

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*:fiWTBMBW. ,.17, 1801J. '. .THE" FLOBIDA."DISPATCH, .FARMER: AND 'FRt1IT QW14; :755 '
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.The roaia. argument! against; such' 'a' is .to make the' borrower'? pay a higher I I but slightly fertilized\ ,.,although the.

': .. 'po4ky, bfised upon its supposed: impracticability. rate'of interest, -or in many I fe W ground js very' sandy and:not naturally t- ,

: .. This has,been answer, make.it impossible to- I> ,- fertile.-Coast Gazette. .. .

.ed'by stubborn facts. The State ,of It takes two parties to Malyyan our popular : .
Oregon has BOW more ;than' ,two.mil: gage and the,)lender of us that he has this1 bit .
..lion dollars of school\ money loane< always l ,insist oa: two ,things:" f .making 800 gallons' 01 l pits that have been dug..in the various

out upon the.improved farm' property; the money is to ? be paid ever made in Florida,. parts of the country by parties pros. .
of the state:' The amount bf the roan interest when agreed on; vineyard belonging, t6 pecttng for phosphate. On several.: '. -

i6 fixed at one,third of the fairly pp.raued'va1 in that, that he is to have R._ Pemberton.-:.Oca1a! occasions during the past year: cattle
; e'of the farm/ The entire' sell and 'get principal, :-' have fallen into these pits and receivedmore

n raaBagemerit of the loai':is confided costs out of'the mortgaged -p excuse for.people living or. less 'setious i injuries, 'while

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: sitting.of the:GovernerSecretary( ,, oTtate'and f )who mortgaged his excellent article can be starvation. The cattle men believethe '
: \ StateTreasurer, arid is without the mortgage*ta come due in the'cutting. Many of our owners ,should compelled to

,. any cost to,:the State other' than mer season in this country well filled barns of'sweet,; place fence around each pit.-.Belle-. .
:that involved in:the salaried paid toy man has too little sense'to. ss hay that. equals';any view Blade, ..
the members of the'board for th.eir'en- in his :
: to, own property ger. That is quite an important scientific
..' tire.official duties, amounting in:all to Mr.: .Sawyer! has told us. times now in the cotton. fact brought to the front by Prof..'.

$3,800 oer*annum.. The: applicant ought t.) teach our boys of the fleecy Curtis, qt the Texas ,station, and _
pays for.the' examination of the title and l their duty in the future; we gathering do not: here supported by lrof.. Hunt of the

to his land and, its a'appraisement! by Mrs. Sawyer teach the girls- ( t1 because. grow Pennsylvania station, that cotton.et .
.. the attorney of :the, board for the goal of every girl's Q11e re oranges in pay =d meal added to the ration causes *

; county i id which the land l is. 'situated. riageand on" entering into of the oranges best the whole milk. to part more readily

The'machinery is perfect and.comparatively contract "that'a' woman has .muchj'twen"ty-DeLand with its cream,' either by graviry or

; l inexpensive,and the'security rights:as a man, and several : : ". centrifugal; separation. has been. .
,, the best in the world hTh loans for .So says a lawyer, of found that almost twice as much .fat '
the whole,State: are.made bythe:: State promises to love and ohey! ? fjY, the manager of is left in the skim milk when the cotton '

: Board,at,the :Capital, apd.the distribution notable exception.Vhen a. ,. Sforke orange grove on 5 e-'mecll is left out of the ration" '
; ." .of funds; throughout the' State i is'if I his wife to sjgn a deed or.:a ,, =ports that the Starke .' : de Castro"Palorisio Cuban '
Regino a
truit
of that is :
on it. !
; fairly ade. Tnis system' has been a she has; a right to say no the :
He is who resides near Ocala.on old
now putting
blessing to Oregon farmers; and it it. No man with the
: Glasgow, Smith place, planted one
the branches, of the., trees
be the farmers half dozen of the best.
may a blessing'to of a .
; -: acre J last
in tobacco May. The first
es from( destruction. Jle
t. the whole country by demonstrating compel l his wife, to sign a : ** j
of this month he gathered the tobacco
beat J'east boxes
8,000
.t entire feasibility mortgage and .I ,to
., : govern.rae'nt ; ventjire from this between'sitfand
td' this acre, sevenhundred
season; :
'. '! money upon the improved real there is not one young \
.. pounds, which hey says is
property' of the: country. ,' hundred, even 01! those Stanley left sample of five -
worth from fifty to cents .
seventy
', If the loans were made to' the pe6ple graduated at high schools this office Tuesday. It and 'canbe used either
upon improved property real l ala who is aware.of the fact or i and convinces us that per pound, in as:
fillers or fortydays. Mr. 0
wrappers
rate not exceeding.four percent: and the subject "moment's thQ it cannot be excelled .P. says'this .is 'the 'best land for tobacco "

the currency (or such' loans,..as well| as is nothing to sign..a mortgage Mr. Stanley's neighbors, raising.he has ever seen ,and, .
gold and silver, changeable at will the husband and hear hint : and Kermode: -have the" wonder to him is that ,there ;are: .
into 'government: treasury notes or "*'O,.l can pay off that little crops. It IS no lon :not'more.of it raised in this
country
bonds 1'bearing in'teresr not;.exceeding in a'$car or two:" Ji is quite; ment.-Levy.'r m s. than'there, fs. A specimen the '
three therestaltwould undoubt to. have to see the home in town .
percent, : ? McKay was tobacco'can be seen in this office, and:
edl)' be that-the issuance of not'nearly fourth. its value and go away t : and when asked what oi '
so far .we are: able, to)judge, we prb-
'*so.much currency.would be reqiiirccf in poverty the rest of one's. t"f? eed crop; said he had ,pounce s.it'as fine;as any tobacco grown. .

would be if no such, provision for no, Mrs.. Sawyer, teach the : : as his head (he is a anywhere.. 'br-: P. says ; he expects ,.
funding it-was made, Inasmuch as investors .'no'f at"'the proper time ; ) np. as thick as the to realize'at least $300 off of this one ,

., in government securities, would and my word for it when; back and could feed acr:*.-Marion Free Press. .
largely Cum ish the required' amount.If are gray they. will t bless l your & on it for six months. '
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Mr.. & .B Woodbury of Gadsden .
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a, policy be adapted of changingthe M. C traces 'his lineage to
currency,"tptQ; bOtltls, and: .the Mandarin. '. ( ot Bonnie Scotland.. county'gives _the following report of .
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: his for the closed] : /I .
'crop year just' :
a 1>9.n45.int currency, at the, will, ot Slk-H: dachc? BEECHAM'S PI ( Wallace"the Bruce. ; .t
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have sold
holder lieve.. my crop .produced: on ten
the of either, under the necessary .". ,
9 acres for $2,400. I raised 6,000.
; restrictions s, the 'whole financial, I' Goodness and strength in ? is.' shipping. lemons. .

..,a. business .of the country could .be adjusted are-quite. as.apt to wear rough :. Chipewa grove. Many '. -

to the proposed system without fine pqes.-lke MaYvel.: : \ tor mat ket on account .
anlgr aterenlargementvofthe"volume : ..** .of skin. Through the .
of the currency. of the country than "Let,a boy once distrust ) Mr. Scott we have been The Superior. :

., i its actual busines requirements .de he.tenderness: of his parents, sample some of ,these and .;
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raands.. J last resort of' 'his yearning: ( be like some people, of remedy .. '
,. The loaning of.money the government -s"o.far'as: the world goes-is r but sound :and lull of ,.
at fodr percent* would'at' oncefix't gone. Heis. in the ,sure -- Orange City for all diseases* \r '

k ."-. tit ,rate throughout' the country bitter fate., His''heart will m ". originating in. '. '' :.

without any other or furthur legisla hard, irpp covering that will observed the fine condi impure. blood; 4'.
tion.*--SVLVfiSTER PENNOYER, Gov- pleutyof fire in his after Treasurer Corell's '"' '

.. TROT, ofOregon,..in NorthAmerican the world, but it will = lti, of town ?' On the. the ,; .- .'s.MEDICINE. .. ..
Review: for August. melt.-Ike Marvel.. he of blood ., '
*'I., put six tons : :" : :.'
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; Mortgages and Marriage. : x
JHfcwAWaacc. Department: w was,the crude phos e I .
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Tow late number of says this phosphate is .
Sawyer, in a 5
tHe FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, ad Ms' 'P his grove.into such may always .. '

,,,i Vocals a"Vatay faw"or! what amounts : This is the sec te relied upon y: ;r: '
he has used it and .
tHe same law pro .. '
to thing, a to compel to give the: best / : :
tee leader of raoney on a.mortgage .flM+ lte_the torpid llrer, it,rro4? extensively next,. % '. ..

f'' .. to.wait a certain J length 'of time_ after .MM_ftk a..,costive.s'!art.as orffana.egaalad ss Record. satisfaction, '\:.
'mortgage is dee. foreclosure : coverifig sixty-five' l F' !
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.ii..ec. feet over b ch'.are: IsAYR .. .. 6.

ir "Now, io:tHe ,first place,..ao law can ,1.w1iNy atl reeentaed.s rl.I..frln.' .tb.y...$.... grapes 'Geo. ".' 'S' .4Sarsaparilla ..

be made;by a State'Legislature! or: ,t y, ..lar.....JMi't1fl'"tltC take-75 to 80 bushel
r. irr....:....t pofsosSold ;-.g.ett kind of fruiL."' ,He"has 1.\\'
CoBgrett "impair the obligation. .....C : Be.._aIL Pries$
__ GMfefttts."' So;,says tbe:'Qdostftutionof ** 17wJt. of wine and Willadd, Vf-t,; .
.. : fee United States Tbe: only eked .o. The .vines are 1tter'J, will IIr' "

.tfctay law, .of,tkat kk4-.could have. e ,..4l.P-'k.P : _and have never, been .
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ol'tobacco. on;.it, 'aed. 'got? forty: 1'- 'The :Nutmeg,:Orange!";; and ,means for .assuring a representation Ho 'sford's' Acid'Phosphate* .' r

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.. eeats a pad ,tall ai Hd.On, (our orange: 'has ntadeits ap- of Florida ,at. the World's: fair, Imparts New Energy to the Brain,

y 4... 'acres r'rated.1 made, .1 20 bush els. of pearence, in Newton-, : our eastern the legislature having refused to make giving the ,feeling' and sense" oJ..' in: .

.; : 'cora.'woith fifty ,ce ts'per Bushel; ont suburb. 'Three trees are growing in-the provisions for such. There.does not, creased intellectual power '

acre mekmsf which I *sold for yard of a colored' woman. .TiamedMary however, seem tobe.much enthusiasmin '

"$75;; on 'another: acre* .sugar."'cane< Taylor. They are. all in. bearing-and' connection' with the; ]: project,. and NEW\ BOOK 'ofr .FLORIDATo

'which. produced 450galldns of syrup, .are ,from buds originally .brought from unless seme..heroic effort-be made the published 'immediately;'. handbook oa

worth' fifty cents per gallon, and on Augustine, .convention will prove abortive.. the early Explorations 'of Fernando DeSoto la '

two bushels of The colored 'people call'if:the nut Sixteenth Century by' P; Winston .l'rice.25
: acres 300' potatoes, : : The people"in ..this section. 0(' the
to Box Ft. Meade, Fla. .
cents. Apply 135 4
,worth forty cents per: bushel; mating meg orange, but.Paul" Smith, .of.Oka.. State are perhaps more than: those of ;

a'total l of $2,790 The 'total! cost, so humpka, says it.i s the Duroyi: : Its'shape alive i S60.
the
;other parts, fully! to importance $60. .
rattier oval
far of- .the crop has not reached $500. lY.simiUr: to an applet than of.an exhibit and at,the.request .

'4It:may go.a:little over this before l get oblong,- and' it is of medium size. Taste' of many of :them. Col., W: D, Chipley} THE lEST, IRRESP'ECTIVE.DF"IKl: : .

through.-Monticello Constitution. resembles the Tangerine .butis ..offiner
has .consented to lend l his. endeavor -
:: '.While a'- south.era flavor' or' "bush." It is. not a
on trip'through'the
to the promotion Of( the conventionV

and middle portion Florida: :?'sport," for the-fruit'on. all.three trees object. ..
tIt
' few : o J saw no:town that had ,1 is exactly like.. is here' .
announced to day that tVe
perhaps The striking .'peculiarity
most 'o.r.
less, to'com plain of' in the named .
ill.atttnd the
gentleman v : convention
way of business than;'Lake City,' but I. this ,orange ,consists'. of deep green
as a; representative. of this t
ridges running at uniform intervals ..
could the:streetsof
not help comparing
angel that he will head subscription
city, : a
bud. That is the .
many of them, .with those'of "Lake from stem to ridges '
fund
to secure a for the
o City. of them coveredwith are green now, because: the fruit is purpose '
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Many were
: of exhibit
making an with a.. do .
: clay; ,.making an.excellent smooth green;; but \ye. suppose they .will nation of ''
$2,000, stipulating only that
firm, surface,. ,many .others, ,were. }laid eventually turn yellow. Besi.d s' the the fund shall not be less than. $30 -. ..
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'I! with 'st'one. Here' the, streets are en- ridges, there an indented seam" runhjfrig He believes that ,
with-
000. proper
r tirelyol 1 clay some natural l clay others parallel with the ridges.
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effort '$SO. dO may be raised;? and the
.day laid upon sand foundation.. Why.can't Doubtless;some.of our growers mayrecognize
State with that amount 'be given 'a
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suclr.streeis this .as'. a known variety of
Lake City have : ? It creditable Times
representation. .
the;.orange' but our liain.street, merchants
B cheap, durable;:and satisfactory. : Union. T r

I .. -I'will return to Lake City :<:few most of ,whom ate growers, -

'days to prepare.for workand feel sure did not seem to. know much about itTuesday. i J, J. CALHOUN & CO.,

Lake City Institute.will, open with,.the At any rate, ye scribe. The Florida Palmetto Brush Company -0. EXCLUSIVE DEALERS .
know ?about it is still experiencing the 'rushwhich ..
largest enrollment in itshistory.: -W.. .doesn't .nythingl more .
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.b H. W66DALLin Lake City Reporter:. than' hehas, been 'told.-Leesburgej. has continued. all summer. This NATIONAL TYPEWRITER; -
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.' 0 : LADt1l r 'Florida at the'Fair..PENSACOLA is certainly proving itself a great thing II 0 -.
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f .eJfee4lBc. toate lajrupsbottldtake, or ehfidren'wha.WWball4-' ;.. + '. FLA:, September-I5. lot Florida. -Let the rushcohlinue, ," t
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.. '1, BROWN'S. iROn BITTERS. A state: convention- be ...held at and' increase thee capacity of the infancy. .82*:West Bay Street, . .
0 ... K Si pteattat to take, cores Malaria, Indtr'A .. :. .
eelies, _ell: JJver< Orlando next! month to devise.ways1. .-St.: Augustine .News. .
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;7h.: se ,eview. Phosphate: is the cheapest 'fertilizer ever offered because, it'fa the best. It contains at least three times more available piaritfood than cabe. .
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'fcwad.la.any commercial acidulated. fertilirer/and is sold for one-fourth'the price.} ; ? ,
.*J* We.have the m complete plantjh l the State calcining and pillvenzing the phosphate. :. "

... It fa the"best. because while, its benefits';are shown at once, it' will outlast all others and :there'is. no possible danger in its use.. it being a great absorbent of

'.4aao tore.,it fa'of:great.value as.a'1I ulcJ1an : .It.fa'worth double. the price it fa spld'atr: ? 'this purpose'alone. Hundreds. .have. .used." it. ,.and they.all give,glowingtesiiY .
w ..:.t' vae&kfa of its value. m Chemists and Scientist testify that itis the richest and safest fertilizer! known. ." "\

Vfe want every orange'grbw'er! farmer to try'lt, and for the next few Weeks trer'lt: at the following extremely: low.prices-at. the mines; .

,,' .*. Per ton, und oo in'bulk, $5'; .per ton dried and unground! |6.50 ;. per Ion drie&and pulverized"bIk$7.50. ; sacked, $1 extra. Special prices inground" lots. :: '

+* Fifty pounds'fot a'full bearing tree fa a.sufficient'quantity to use; and; less amounts'accordmg to sfze of tree. .. ,", j ".
It fa good.for cotton.' It fa good for all kinds<< of grail, I It'is. good for.all grasses. It fa good for all J kidder of fruit trees. It fa good for strawberries: and all.kindaKAAbVvI '
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.... .. ". 5'.Seri aU orders, and'apply'fQrany.further'informationss't: freights, etc.;, to .. ,T. D. OIBBENS, ; \ V* .
".,. '.1 l'1. ... -' .- -. Secretary! and T4ea. rer.; .. '*. .

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." ..'- The analysis of thfa'soft, phosphate, as:given by Serge Malyvan, of 6cala| is na follows, : : ;:t' .. ,'; ., .. .

.' t' t. .. '.. .. -.' .,' Insoluble t Silicate" Sand.........,...:.....:......,..."......................:...........::.t.l 18..IC. .. .,. >."
'i' ./ .,. ',p ,' !. 'Carbonate of Lime .*.....................:...................... ....:...........:..... ...>/.4.56 II'...:.. .> ; .
",...,; 't :r. ,; ;. rj.: :f' 6 Phosphoric Acid..;:......_:..... ...........,.............!....:... ., .......:((21.63> ,.: .. . .. ; ...':"I;:,.1> ..
,: ', .' ., ,, ..Jtqurval nttBoue.Ph hateof'IJ e... ........i.: .....a...A..................... ..,. 60.73. ;: ..' $t"v'. ..
.'....'. t .tit', ". .. ._.: -..,.10.. .' Oxide OrfJromtnn. .........................!!..............:....... ..,...".....................&.... .74. ,. : \.. .', 'j. .
-.. ... .. .": ., .... Oxkle ........:...... ..........um.\o. ........:.... 8.07 ,: '. ... .' ; :1'ti '
,.:x ..!,',a' ... < :5 r.t1 ., .MagnesiaSodaete.........:.. '.;...i.... ,..t..i.i............. .. : ....................6.59 .. .. : '.. t' .:;
.. .: : .,1{ ls..........................t.....!...i1..........................!..:.............. .......6.5,5 .. r} ., : .

.> He also'says : "Your phosphate (referring. to the Belleview* Soft Phosphate. )will be. soluble by gradual sleep under the influence. 'or rain. 'water, provided, ,perfectly. .
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: 'Tke. : eame;eminent ckeaaiBt:gives a farther'analysis of the feolubUity of"this phosphate in Citrate of Ammonia which is about"the same strength.aa rain water,
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\ 4Ifw. ; r--9ne giving.48 per.cent'soluble in Citrate of .Ammonia, the
.M$; C'Aaae. Phosphate of Liaie;.the equivaleotof,22.66 per cent of Phoshoric.Aid n Citrate of Aramohia.'*. .'

... *9I greatest.amount.. .available Phosphorio Acid in any: of the high.rade commercial_ fertilizers 6 to '9 per c nt. e. .

.' <" JA- xsoKvn.Lz. .,June 25th,-1891. t 'jAcrspnvrLiJt..FLA.,'June M, 19*. '
.::aK vw PBOSFBATB(COMPACT jAOCSoirvXLLXFLA.i, Gentlemen ''I'wish to taste"/oryonr M*. T.,' GIBBERS, .SEcPE AaT' Bcxxsvixw PHOWHATR 'Co.AC, =saxvsu.E. Fw.: Beat' ..
...... jfed for Orange Farmers in Florida, that the car load of Soft .Phosphate. which.I had.frompaev v Dj wed ..
hi Aprfl Is entirely:satisfactory,. ; Sir-Enclosed please find my on er for t.'O'D10r ',can .of Soft' Phosphate. 1 have'

.: .'. I irk Ute same on one headred tree ia,my grove at \Lake 'Como. 'It ha* giren'ray trees a ;ere ty-fiTe/ tons, of, this Phosphate, and hare; noted with much interest J k'i. .
, we.derM growth,Pea the foliage rich: ;dark green color and for plor land groves, at least. Orange, Trees. The first carload: ,applied'.to something o ei '.five kindred trees andthe
I shall ia future .k if hare it for sale,and dis-
irat i*required, at matt chat: use you shall '
,, tea.Ol OMiaiercial Fertilizer, adding to k small amounts.Sulphate. Potash.. .4 can:: most results hare been simply marrelous.. The adjoininjr fire-hundred _tret.receded feiUMsiinf',
p MMM9syt it to. Orange Growers Truly chess <..* % C. B. SMITH.. m and the difference t>etween'';the two'fields'b something wonderful. On one Me eYery tree_1IM.an-

.., *y .'+.. < BBLLBvtxw, MAKIOIC Caf,:PLA..June 8.1891., eel with .'yfKOfJTOwth.. The finest foliage that I haft tnJ'.1f"eI11 a grove. The trees writ rs
T. D:Qsjaoassv fliersMry'Befkriew Phosphate Compaay.'JaeksoariHe..h la.: Dear Sir-=In ante ceiMooapptieatJQu( have jut commenced to tart up. \1.fCMalte of the firm Of i4CMsMi&Millerof 4
sate ya.r*99&JJ*ere )Meta the results of your expeHmeats the BeHerieW PhosphAteI San Mateo.,.sited my:grove a few day,. since and.expre' srl. 'an being eery ''''
.. .s \1If aim hattajr to ay that the resah hare been very gratifying ia- astonished it the growth of the trees where the 'Phosphate had been apalbd. If you remember. .
.. anbFttds. .tt te Its RAW M'AT..kc.'OlB8 from,the-Miaes ( or drying or being I the first shipment of Phosphate wan made tew. than ratty days! since.- ad.turtd the last few dy.,wf to: .
; S. Ho>s. list*.t cad this agriay. ...Kebey Plums. teCoate Peart Peach and Orange l hare had very l Ule: 'rain. : 1 ,
tip tIt yer,' where I tried H aide by sie.with,high grade -Commercial Pert&ber. r I am fn1ly'cnnvinced tJ.Oetoia oCtke BrHeriew Stk.kate has a greattr ratee*a 1 4a.',
.. aItIIiie,y...veer little difference! Ie t growth mad looks of the trees,but the ditference ia food than a pi;of any KertWse tha. has ever been brought into Uw. ......aM. wand wade reeommeod '
ami. u.at I*..* 'tae Ute Soft P>ocfilMte.ia the +ttaieakogether,. t its use to the Orange Growers of the, State.. :. '

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Peklu ducks: :Ready to lay. $isoI Rates of Adrertislag on application. .''"

per.trio. RBV. N. R.HAMER- King's-. Ferry', REMITTANCE should-be made by Check, :

.. xt' Postal Mote, Money Order. ,'or Registered. Let. Florida- Central .and Peninsnlar. .
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order of *' .
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TUW.kV.PLANTS-Nman' at fa '
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O ....usa ad with good, roots and well-packed FLORIDA DISPATCH AND FARMER' RAJLR0AD, ., : .

r 7 r a. ippiug: T.OROAX Orange Park-. : AND FRUIT. GROWER, '
".9.3.3t .JarknonVille 11! >+., # 11n MILES THE FLORIDA.: TRUNK ,LINE. .. ..
? I CINCINNATI I Sho-&e..ftnd: ...
qulckeat.I (Formerly the'P.R .& N. Co.)offerslncreased
ie'W 'G. VLGHMAN Palatka, Fiat:, .will,send LY.J: I faculties this season for ravel to Florida ,
you a package of medicine lor 33 cents by' (SUBSCRIBERS, .O i Compartment and Pullman Pause Sleeping Carsthroughwithoatchangelmakingdrect having In addition to Its old( and popular
t att. that win cure your'sick cattle. Gave' ,it a { : connection connections, the LOUISVILLE 4 NA8HVILI -
trial and bev: oaviaceo.: 9"3.4t' ; K R. R at the Klver Junction and th_.
__. -- BGPremium\ in CENTRAL UNION I 'LQU S I GbORUIA RUD fH ER A FLO HI DA (the '
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CYPRa13.TANK'for'sale: I | Huwannee River route Florida',arranged
'P CHffND cheap: al- D POT.tor.
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for a'ne" Tvute frolO'th'e West and N..ruaweto .
gallons.:4toodvuedMiun
new;*capacity to.ooo in H.. M.&R. and the WKST,and with Through Car lines forCHICAGO via Uoatflpmery,Bnlnbrldge and Monti t
and thrown
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.FRrrH, Lane. Park. Fla.. .. >' 81341TJSAPQUARTSRS Offer the TO TAMPA. '

J \ 'rand.'NORTlI-W1tST. The road has now no less than .
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\ for Cloud seedling straw- SeVen 'Poil t of Connection TVitk. '

11 berry,plants.., G. H...BURDETT, Lawtey, Fla.. I 'THE" also .with Through Lines Car for DeTROIT -1 ;. North$ .\


STEVENS Alabama and other straw;, 'JFXiORI: I> JSc and Pointi In Canada namely,*Fernandina, CauabaDlJ'ack'.onvI11ei.. .
BUFFALO
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plants.'Send prices. "Jcuus
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'. A H. Grand Bay..Ala. 8.6-tit Dispatch Fanner and 'FruitGrowerFor Chicago : .
with Kansas City and all northern'
y. only one Change: of Cars to 'ell}.-., for' which\ this road Is specially Inangurated. -
SALE-Pure Cloud .seedling strawberjr one year and a copy of .. .

r r. fOR at..the-Will depot fill in'Lawtey orders after, in August guod order S. "'-De ate Ihitner's' in Florida Meridian, I'_NEW 'O R LEA N.' I The Florida Central

,the foilowUyg rates:' .One to four thousand$2 SO gardening ,; .
a thousand;over five thousand $2.75 Cash must :JACKSON, VICKSBURG, Points in and Peninsular Railroad<<

accompany all orders. CHAS. ,H. CHURCHILL, ALL FOR( gg.OO iWhitner's.aarde and the Is the! greatest ait cry of travel 'through- the .
Lawtey Fla., Care S. M. CHURCHILU. 7-23-191. I TEXAS I finest parts of Florida,* truvcrslhg twenty.four .

. WEST. countlefl-O'ctsden. Jeffeison, Uaval,
'In' Florida Is a'fiandsomely'prlnted .. IAlaebua.
'io TRA WB2RRY PI ANTS-:Michd best' for w Lake 'Leon, Hnwaucee, .Nas>-aa, .
,, O home use, Cloud and Newnan for shipping! and bound book o Passengers. via this line'are afforded an .excellent bevy, Orange '' *brodlb.V.snUa., '

naftts large, well-rooted. B. H. ALDEN;Lawtey 250 Pg8,4, ing a comprehensive,treatise view of Lookout.Mountain and surrounding Columbia,, Clay Marion, hulk, Manatee,
Wa. .' '7-16-301 onthe vegetable and,tropical products ot.prorid. historic scenery. )Madison Baker, Bradford, t-umter, }jer-. :
; naneJo and De"oto--In t.btlrtlcht.l. \ portion.. ..
SALE One second hand .Waah 1Jrton. ., by prof J. N. Whitner A. M. S, C. RAY;; s." E. Pass. Agt., Atlanta Ga. It lunA- through the M I DDIK: FLORIDA.RKoiov -> .
"Oil for at this office. This book is .much Bought after for its OK a ILL ctiusTBY where are the tine old
Press' sale 'cheap D. J. :MCLLANEY, Div Pass% Agt.,,Chattanooga.D. .
t for.particular*. ,. practical information. Farming Lands and the New
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TSO.YOU. ,NEED PRINTING OF ANY KIND for one CINCINNATI, O, bucco Finns :
It I) Sead .to DaCosta Printing and 'Publishing paper* year. _
So. we,Jftcksoeville, Fla. This Is,certainty a grand offer*. Sendin reached by no other/.nei) some of them .
JL 'conducted on a l&rge ile He e are Qalncy .
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description orders.. at. once.. .. DEAFNESS ; Tal bhtiKHee tthw capital),'Monticello, Madl.' -"
)OOK8 of every neatly and durably C/W.'DACosTA other towns from whose comfortable': '.,...
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CURE. dwelitug9r repd a fertile
ITS CAUSES AND
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fit Jacksonville Fla. Fla.- '
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Scientifically treated by an.aurfst of world ploy the, resource 'lavished about thesu 't '.
fI l BPAlRyoeroid family Bibles; make thin as N CIRCUIT COURT' Duval County,>Florida; wide 'reputation. Deafness eradicated and, HtretchlDg;jown.t tarr-ugt. .. .I.
z good.as new.DaCosta, Printing and Pub- I' "
lag House,Jacksonville: Fla. .- HENRY Attachment SlMMOI/DS AND" entlrelycured, of from 20 to 3)years'stand,ng, a ho Peach Country : ;

JOHN NEWTON,nattners after air other treatments bays failed. How of Baker, Bradford, Alachua and Levy coups ',
.v- at SIMJIONDS '&' NEW Amount sworn the difficulty Is reached arid th* cause removed I ties,through f h" j roKperou ". :

/ME cwst : roN* ', to fully explained In circulars, with affidavits I Strawberry Farms ';
A& IUT11TACADKHV. ,
ys.M0RTIKER
... c urea from of St rk and \Vald< < .. .
J. BJlEN1fA? ., and testfmonlatsof prominent Lawtey, >,pf ruttp*raperlor;
.. tell 8SS1WBoslMst To Mortimer 1. Brennan Defendantand' all people, mailed'free. / In prt>flt'W the orange 'grov-;:.-It goes thrbugabe .. .
.Pr.w.s tie Univ.adder Other Persons'Interested, ; heart' >of the State penetrating ajm, of;:: ..".
.. as4 W t Po int. ('''' u. You will take notice: that'.a writ of attachment Dr. A.f ONTA IIVE.'19 East 14th, H.. N. YGOUTFtT the finest groves"one haying '* -'" 'i'1'.4'. ..
:.... t'HlB.lhetAadeatrVa'' : has issued id entitled' and
been the Above cause 7OOOO Full-bearing OranfeTreen .. ..
that a levy under said writ has been made by the .
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sheriff said county; and 'you are hereby;'re- : j L.: .

: :q ired to.appear and' plead to 'the 'declarationfiled pa slnff ifor newly'a tulle between them: .:*', ., .
In such cause on or before Monday, the 5th )rr I'apWTloa .tin
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A SCHOOLlttti ixiakln Its way southward to the Gulf;tttid to v .
{ lA4 goad AV MBMiOttllT,S&4 '
of October, A- D... i8oivotherwise judgment .
day .
y. vlll iprar too ties pw b'.r. W the more Ironical portions 'of the ,Hiate. Ia ; ,
V will be' applied for" according. to law. yl.a> to Ik* Market' fib tfvum tkrc Ala ponlous of tne Bmte It r.aebeVpotnta of .? '
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I JORDAN& McBRIDE. aen eN taprrd a'ebtaM,iMlvdlat w
r young men for the active duties of life. 6-2,5.301 Plaintiffs' Attorneys.: '..p..t Sprayer for ria T.rtl* sed MmrMriM. Scenic Interest. :. { .
'. Chaffered by the Lqrislaturc* ofVirginia: and I AIM M lap.+T*) Konwpnwvr A A.nt.* t tow f H... Cfrro .
Waknlla the the Sdwaaae
yr.PILFlP I.D PARCR PV N p M.l..eke nt.lf Ta Springs West *
efe4 r* 4 by the Chamber of Commerte..Council; II CIRCUIT COURT; Duval County Florida- I'EUver. as beautiful' and ruinsutlu wit 11- ,
(a4 fwwMl efit eMsens of the city where located. I Attachment. I fatuous,bllver the lake regloa: .
,For eatelalme,ckeularaandtestlmoaiala'address. $ALSIYFITCH AND WAL and the lakes, Pt10nlll.. with their sur- ,
J.G. .PCTBMQKK,. Prestdeatj SUtmton,,Vs. TEX S.'FITCH, partners JACKSONVILLEMARBLE( roundlngH rolling land interspened wltt > ,
,.... as.HALCEY. PITCH & Co,}Amount" sworn pleasant home In green grove, sloping down,
vs. to J t, :.the clear lake: fronts' By mean ol .tiny ',
: : t MORTIMER J. BRENNAN.] COMPANY road you can ioot.readily reach theUiintingand.Fisbingaronetis .
., : Defendant and aft ,
To Mortimer J. Brennan, ., '

,Other'Persons You will take Interested notice that: a writ of attachment JUXW cniUBf or The settler will find on the line of this toad. '

has been issued in the above cause,and that a levy 11: Monuments, Head-stones, greater orp.'rtanlty tor a \arced seircttor' O4 ..
) under said writ has'been made by the sheriff or : and than ou'any other road In the butt.-
said county:and you are hereby required to appear :- '* 'titave-borders, and allManriec from U&bt.eft.lICJlla to.tho.e under ld wits '
." and plead.to the. declaration. in said clay and marl and of richest hammock
'. cause, on day of Octb- J.1lL of Marble whether regntar mixed farming stock or<< .
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"' ... bur, A. D..'289I'otherwisejudgment will be applied I dairy farm'ng: peach or strawberry caltetv,
for. a JORDAN' and Granite Work orange grare ..nd vegetable'gardens. '
', & McBRIDB., The tourist will .be gntifled with Ite e
oj *. 6-35-3m. Attorneys: Catalogues. and designs ssmt M ac..neJ'7The: .bagttb.eeker oo Its arapl*,. .
... 'V" .. +- appMeailoa.JLQENTS route can find some spot adapted to. hie
.. ji CIRCUIT COURT, Dnval County. *, Florida- JrJlTfJED.Ke.also wants.' On the hnrd clay roads of MIfJ..... '
[ ,Attachment. Florida the bO"t'mantfU ride with spied :..

r CHOMAS ROBERTS, s dial to :Wjr a4 Irtmfeactac and satisfaction and the Florida Central .
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and Peninsular Is the >
TAYLOR AND .
,. Amount PooKT Jnitag. Fans \
B. ROBERTS sworn 'Sportsman's Koufe.
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-J05.1t.l sad lwa gsacss, Oatss, Mar
: 'ROBERTS&Co., to. *-- ,.r
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.. .' Norn Paxwngert from Northern eoaaA
' e1J1L Mp&uMER'rs.J LBJl ._ tloos having tickets over the Florida lustra;
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Houth
and Peninsular to pouts in Florida;
.,' Tel 1ortimer J. Brennan 'Defendant* and anOther have the privilege of being taken into Jaefcitobvine .
Persons Interested: over Company s line an t aUnwW' .
l 't ,YOU will' take notice that a writ of attachmenthas a stop-over within t tn going limits of tIM >

,A G..!A" C :11LftVA.T'- iI M in the above cause{by and that a ticket, with retarnl a their route for deette '
,. L ( < key trader said writ has been made the berifi Ion free of. +xtr- charge. Bend for .ofFlorida : '
' Per*...f.tea tad grove. "The best cuHT+*.' efeaidcomity; and you are hereby' required to mailed free i .
_I W' Baw," lsUK verdict all who. R, appear asd plead to the declaration filed in said' ::.
'A. O MACDONELL. G. P.A.
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0Ii before Monday,the 5th'day of October. .
r&faHT level or on a. bed; perfecUya4Hateraea eauae; or :
gea a Hghte+t draught 'vei A: D.; 8 otherwise judgment will be. pAttorney I' '. .IacboaT.J.e. FHN. ; ; f

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J .Hotels l Boardinor Houses,,tShiDS: Steamers, 'Offices and Private. ResidencesFu: fished from Top to Bottom.ta"When ..' '

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the Very best )high-grade Fertilizer I eTer. 8ttnl-drCaIu' FREE s tot reset ,
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wed. J.. B. ,' Supt. Fair' .
Wjratt -OaksGroves Complete SEED,CATALOGUE pabHuked. ''I'If I
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,_ is 'available and about. 'ready to nourish.Bdwker's EAST COAST POULTRY YARDS. 'one l the 1'8'largest and retail and'dealers.most responsible montu

Vegetable ..Grower i a special fertilizer, Fourteen varieties of land and water fowls.! headstones .in the United States, r rwe.
:.always giving satisfaction They h ,
made .to produce a: vigorous, 'Healthy growth( and Indian Games; Imperial Pckin i and works at 580 W..20th street, ew
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street
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Ducks Bronze
Turkeys
.. ;e is composed.tof chemicalsespecially adapted to Flat,and OIand o, FIG,and aatIea'
t : Poultry=supplies of nil kinds. B nd a postal at di ent points in the Southern I I4e& u4 .,
,: 'vegetables,, whicji feed; this ;:class of crops in a I: card price for lists.my new' Illustrated catalogue. and Wig ;

nlanner: to produce,a healthy growth 'which, withstands I Eggs to. HatcJi.E. .

< '_ .disease and: '*ma1ures- early.. ]lor' sound- w. AMSDEN. Ormond Fla.' tEtttI1irto );
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delicious.vegetables ,of good shipping quality, use .
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COMPANY. FLORIDA.s I
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Thorough, Practical Instruction. This food is strictly ,fresh meat,carefully tr

.- .: to Graduates assisted to" positions. cooked,ground fine,seasoned -and hermeti-
.R-.RO. I'l\\I' M. to ftally sealed in 8-lb cans. Being ground flue,It

: : iV COLLEGE: iSVILLt KY, can be readily mixed with,soft food,and fed .

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MEAT A CO., 20 North
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rtefcHfti&r Ba.' .Gin Express aad Port OfeM.S. order. Fwlu. >eklnwar*>iiewae.' Rend for circtfJanu !! PllYMIVAJ.I DBBILI'Y.Dr.Psrireeaad ... .'
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The mtgm&ctiit. Stearahipf! J V i' of -this Line are appointed Ocean ..Stcaniship Company. .: r > .

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"Wednesday" 29th,.at S r.jc.."ALAfWQUIN'.Tuesday, Sept>> M: at13d ,2:30P.x. .Betwe&'JaekaonTllle and New York:Irt olaa*, ..e9;Intermediate,fltOX);Kxoaitfoa"WfaoksonvUle .
itNay 'Aug.Meftday. 28th, at 8 P.x. ."C.ERI) EE". Thursday Se ot.' at 4:3'')A. K.. Steerage. Ilififlt .
Aug. Slit, afS F*X. .."T.JfA&8Br..8uDd&T-( : Mk; at 8:901.3f.
Wednesday. Sept. ad, 3 8*.H. .;:M8EMINOLE..Tueeday: Sept; 8th, at '1:00AX. and Boston:CabI1 KlMj Intermediate,111.00; Excursion :JO);8te ra. eJli* ;
;. :''Sept. ta, it 8 p.x.,."IppqUOIS"-.Thursdat, Sept.. loth at. 9:001.x. ,rHJEMajr ceatBt amnip. !of thjl Otanpany are appoint:. .to..u..foUbws: -. .t :'
7th, at I P.JG.: 'ALOONQniN"&utx y, Sept ISth at 12 NOOK. '
.ES""r.ttt 9-h, at 3 r.M. ..i'CHKBOKEB".! Tuesday Sept. 15th, 'at 1:3Op.x. FBQM SAYAlfNAH TQ HEW YORK. .
Sept 11th, at. 8 P.x. .. .YBMA88E> **..Thu aday Sept. 17th. at 3:30 P.V .. [Central.oc qo MeridlanTlme.1] .
Why SePt. Hth,'at 8 P.x. ;..."AE.INOLE.-8uac1. y.- Sept :2M&r, at: DSA.;)(. CITY OF.BIB11fINGHAM,Chpt BU1f.."....../......,.............Saturday, :Aug. 1I.lOp.. s
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'E' ..... .. ,, S'.2)Ul. at 8 P.x: "JBO Rune ay. Got. 4th, at 6:90 x.7i '
.. 80th, at 8 P.)(...;"ALGONQUIN"Tuesday, Oct. et&, at 8:00--x. CITY CITY OF OF'BIRMINGHAM SAVANNAH.: ..;L.I.Capt..Borj........:... ,............Wednesday?.. Friday., it" 13 14-l.3Op.- 1030 a as f -

TALLAHASSEECapt; Flaher.._..:..__,.,....Satnrday: 15- Lap.
KANSAS CITY Capt. Kem pton ........:..... Monday .". 17- 3.&,p.
St. Johns 'River Line. UBATTAHOOCHEE: Capt., Daggett ...... ..Wednesday,. : 19-. .OOp.) ..,
: "- ', ACOOCHEE Cap Hiarea -,...*. .w.w......'.,...*.__....,u.w i FrW J.. .. 21- 6.80am
'. -* -7 ':- .":': -- CITY,OP BIRMINGHAM,.Capt.; Burc.._..-.<.... .Saturday 2324- 7.ps.,
( t CITY OF SAVANNAH.... ......... ................Monday. 9.'0pl as .
her fftaferd Enterprise: and Intermediate Points onh St. TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher .,.,...Wednesday, 28- 11 00.B. '
.' KANSAS CITY, CapLKempton.! ,..............,...............,,....:.Fiiday:! :/: 351.00pm: .
;-r--s .. Jelufr .'Di.S ,-... / CHATTAHOOCHEE.OapCJagfett:.......: .......i..';.;..Saturday 29- 200pm .
NACOOC IEE. Pt. m11J1,..................:..:.....:.:.....,........ onca1: II 11-* fOOpm

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Jaekso .and.TJiUl'llda7l.a'a:30 x.- CITY OF MACON, Ca.. ursday, Aug. *- 7.00ft pi
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;:w.- )Mn Saalpfd Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays;at 10 A. )I. I CITY Ow MACON, Capt.Lewis ....-.. ..........................Thursday, 20- &GO p m ..
# STEAMER: 'WELAKA." GATE,CITYj, Capt..Doane ....... ....'.>.., .....;.;,;..4.'.......:,Thursday; H 27= 1?.tq. JIff! ..
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Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford, Mondays and Fridays. at, 3:30 P. x. Bet111'Ding.leave.. (This Ship doea JTOT Carry Passengers.:) .
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.The.above steamers are fitted up with firstlass'accommodations: for'passengers, and DIOSSOUG,Capt. Asking .:i:.....-.i.j.i..i_.:... ..-....:..;....--.Tharsday, ". 1 11.00. a
tables.wUl be supplied-. with beat In: market.. -. .'0 .. _' DES8OUG' : Capt.' ., Asklna.;...:........--.-,. .-. ,.-.:;... .............8nnday" ** Z.38.00aw' .
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.General pe--1ngerand: Ticket office, 88 :West: Bay Street .
with the Savannah,Florida and Western.Rail tray(Wayerou Short Line)offlst> .
". ,F. M. IReif. MdNCtER. Jr.,FUuPa Agent!;88_West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. to the Traveling:Public and Shippers advantages by no other line. 4 .. .'
,; V.-W*. 1.?:. ee"IBPI If A.V, Traveling }Paasenger>> Agent,83 West Bay Si,Jacksonville Fla. .Through. *Tickets and Bills of Lading issued principal points North, East and North...... '.
via Savannah. For information and rooms apply toJ.
JT. O. PBLBT,:FrU:Agt,on wharf;foot Hogan.St..,Jacksonville,Fla. P. BECKWITH. General Agent, ,H> R. CHRISTIAN,Soliciting Agent, \ .
Jeui1.L. HeWAI'lL: Frt.'Agent,;foot Laura St.,Jacksonville, Fl*. 71 West Bay Street. ;Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville.
J, A. I E8l4llt.- Sppt., t' Ot.LauraSL.t..T11le.F1a.. R. L..W Al&KER.Agent a G. ANDERSON Agent, "
New Pier No.85 North River, NewVork.; City Exchange Baildln,Savanna, Ga.
S: AR9HAL CLYBE; :A.M.Tldl: Maoa erS; Bowling Green NewYork. .
JH c RICHARDSON A: BARNARD.. Agetlt&Lewia' Wharf. Boston. .
.*, T"...fc.E6BH,'TraJSe Man: ; (;Mter,6 BowHng. ,Green,'Nl:Y. W. L. JAMES Agent 13 S..Third Street,Philadelphia.( .
J. D. HA8HAGEN' Eastern Agent. SAY.. Fla.A Western By.Co.,281 Broadway, N. Y. .
.. WM. P. ,OL"YDB'&. CO\t, .Genl Agents, G."M. SORREL,Gen. M.ana r. W. E.ARNOLD Gen;Trav. Agt.,JacKsonville. Fla.
For Tickets! apply to.8.,F.A W. Railway ofo&E8TA.BLIi3HED! -
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4 HEAT BARGAINS i .IIAIEI A'CLEAN- enable every man to,instead of Bftyiag;reat .to& landlord: have MBM same: ,
Mnct bewld. CtaBarcata' aaae.property. ..Jn a few years. It oflers best term to. ,.' .." ,.

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:. A complete' price list of Groceries, and Wine list, sent reed application., ,

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'.. aeoacs I h.giaet-Eeodthe, ; orange, or srejetabte froww can use. Send for beautifully illustrated #
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... OatIWlIa Pianos.and. Organs Dirtct. to Your Homes., ane alah''bite pulp I 'c '
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BEAVERFALL&'PA tide ODe.YOU!'ixtrrm. *will rise bY the hnndl (LM .-'".' ...1. '''.r lr formal loo.- Aceat*w.at.dauKS.
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