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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00199
 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 24, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00199
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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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York;and Merchants and Miner Transportation Company between Savannah and-Baltlmore. The best equipped, fastest and. most prompt. lines betweeaall. ;: .points In Florida and aH "', L
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t Doable dally fast.freight'0 service for, all points}' West via Albany,Jesup, Bainbridge and. Double dally fast freight service from all points North and West via*Albany,Balnbrk&e! ,
',. Savannah .' : T ," Jesup and Savannah to all points in Florida; .fast freight trains both yla'Gainesville.Jacksonville
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', ',: .OBd Coast points, including New. : YO ;,.BoatoD, bUade1. h1a, Baltimore. Washington. and Four, chlpaa week by the fleet steamships orth&Oeean"8teamtblp Company,Mat.ctNm. a.
ae.. f New York(New Pier86, North Biver'dlrect for Savannah':Monday. : esdf1rI'* M1'.a Bd
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.UO for Boeton, ,tU Boston and Steamship>>tfcmpany, ,leaving Savannah From Philadelphia via' Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Philadelphia May 9,19 and '>S,
June 4\1, 18 and 26. ''1tI:. every five days from regular sailing day via New York to Bavannah.: _
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ri9ile' and .. rrCA.ud. other fruit acid. Now' it is citric acid. ;arranged in .order as passed .upon by without; peel suffic ntly .strong, when .'

t --c' that.'makes the fruit an 'Orange. :We judges. .. :. .. -j properly cured, ''to. -protect 'them ...w .

THE'oAI. 0 FOErii4IDEA, .-.' therefore'adopt the term' 'citrus'quality\ A 'first glance at 'the California e. Irofti injury ,b"y. contact :;when '. S. ...Jti-i .

e .and l let It, cover ,the consideration. of suggests, the following criticism: ,from l handled With ordinary care, are:. ." ,a '.
klfrif x :'The'Staiddrd: by: Whlbk? Oranffeja acidity This; question .b
..are Judged$ In the Golden.State- 'the.Hubtfard.scVle. 'Jlie most prominent the bottom and running back through- skin is defective .with'"crease'd": ,e :- '.

.. Criticism. from 'a Florida' Stand-. of any ((twenty counts :included the. various' characteristics, it will .be', fruit: ). Frofn! this. point of view; protectiveness -. .
*y oint. .. ; under the /two heads)! And :this, seen at first glance that,-itjdiffer$ little in the peel is extremely '
.. tI Through, the courtesy of A.; :H,, notwithstanding few oranges'..in-their,, from: the 'Florida scale h ri juice char- .unimportant..Durability i is the commer-* '. .
Florida member 'of the prime,of maturity show an excess of rlst : of the rind ..
., Mannyille, 'act : cs.. .It gives ttf.-weight sweetness requiremeht---not .' but ... '
!*> committee of the American: PomolcHgi- this quality and none .of raw-.acid.< ,citrus'quality and, aroma 40 points... of the fruit AVhile l '' a strong; tong t.r. .. '
.r.' ::. cdlr" Society on ."sc Je. of..Points for "II)? Florida scale r have meant the, We" give juiciness (same as' weight), peel -((a thick *peel is 6ever strong -' .''% '' I

' r 'e Judging Citrus Fruits," Whose report Hubjaard, scale, since it ;appearsto be acidity, sweetness, and., bouquet. 50'.!tough) Is essential "-to.a good keeper: ,'_... ... .. .
will form-the basis.of a set of...Nationalrules'fpr in.force. ; Your (Hart Manville) scale points.! As acidity and s ee.tness.a e. 'Jt'IS by Rio means the only essential. _, .' 4'' e .
*, j judging citrus fruits, we* are' would seem: to us.a..greatly! improvedone. die important components'of flavor, ; The;: conditions of growth: ':must be: .', .. P Y

: enabled' to lay' before our: readers. :We'think.howeverIlia.t., it ,too making: good, orange without the right; soil fertilization, water, cultivatipn .
.'. the following, giving the California much:. qualiz s the 'values jbf jcharac- more subtle bouquet or'' aroma; in all ;. atm )5p'h rical. humidity all ,
ir idea on thesiibjectstlbmitted'byJ/E; teristics, arid, a?' before indicated;: probability our California colaborers have their influence on the 'keeping ,

.... V :Cutter,' member for that State as an color js made of too little -worth. ,and willrbe willing: to give, each five points quality -of fruit:. A tough skinned .. .'

.. outline and preliminary.statementfrom'tlie peel erroneously Created, more? making'the two scales. identical 'fruit keeps well one year and with an ....
: 'point of ,view held bys the "A scale'shoulji accompanied by .in juice characteristics. ''Citrus'qualify l equally tough skin rots the. -next '. "t.it

citrus' pomologists.of the Golden State. rules construction,'.since judges are /- i is a meaningless: phrase'and mustalways A protective quality in the pEel is, notworth '_... ....;e

.It is hoped that the publication'.of the often,'men loused; to. .the subject1, and hav"a definition- tacked to, it. : scoring because always present to .' '.. I

.' matter: submitted to the committee grope,veryljlindly lOt;, .the essential If it means acidity, as Mr. Cutter ex a sufficient:degree; Irwoulnvan b!) .. ', 1' .. ,. R
will ..serva to elicit comment 'and points;: alsc>> some matters, should "not, plains, why not call 'it.what it is? score"the full nu ber.of points alldted .. '. ..e
criticism (from our fruit growers; : which be left 'to their discretion, .as. judgeson Bouquet and aroma are!practically the to it. But* to have durable fruit,' fruit + .

will. be. helpful :to the: committee, ip the .bench should --not- make the .same, although the' ,fbnn.er has.ac that doesibt'start", but'stands'up," '. : : ,.' .. c'1s.of.th.e
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;. '. Cutter says: ., : copy. with such rules\ appended. :" \. :connection. .. ', the conditions'' that. prbduce it.,.aie i.. .: \ .

'" t '. ."It would seem that, in a, perfect -. THE CALIFORNIA' --SCAlfe. \ The idea: of grouping the characteristics partly controllable.- f[but only ;to. -a .... '

f' test :each class of.fruit, ('early/! *midcU'e \ 'is good The nextgroup'; after limited extent), it .might-be 'welt to .'., ... ... .
and 'late' at'ils for,]dging citrus fruits.: make of the charad-'. .
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'prime that each. State 'or section teristics in the scale.Jf credited in ,
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:r does not reach prime, in our ,State;.be.t. -. (Tangerines, eta (#4 diameter).. scales,. that there is a difference :. high degree. A scratch or bruise '. ,
.-' 'fbre .the middle-of? 'March. ). Form" *&'to f Round.tp. '.' in.the-definition except of peel., that would,injure thin.pee], firmly :. .-.. '

.. "We'do.not think the divisions *of '., ,talldard,1Ova> ;j t'' ." ., . knit.and elastic, would certainly fie' "'. ., I'.'' ... "
;' a "scale'should'' tie- of:.equal value. tPyriform. .. :. P>KEL THE VEXED'.QUESTION.' : troy.a" thick, loosely and'coarsely cone, . /",

i .. :Form, for instance, which is .a, point 3. Color. ,o to'5. n .. ,- ,., Th'e 'protective quality of t the'peel structed'peel. While JJorida: claims. '0 e_ .. a .
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:, The scale seeks to make clear divisions -. ./8mopthhess, (\to 3. two distinct characteristics; there is invariable stamp of a high bred orange/ ,
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A w 6. Grain! to ". in in 'scale. A-tnin smooth .
re'lated subjects- under .a* common o 4.' ' ': .'. -' w shall 'ne. or both-be.included the. :place her, :
k .. head, as sweetness, .citnis quality arfd 7.8.Seed.oto,8.Weight o to 10;. *' .;.' ."- :-' National Scale? Protectiveness. and .and'plable.peel; (thin peels are always ,

.. .. aronia-in the.on'e"division:taste. .Color 9., Taste, o- to Sweetness 30." :to.-r ...- ,* .* durability do not depend upop, thickness -, smooth and pliable, ) means plenty at ."

h'I t', ,(which i jointly with form) under the : {Citrus quality, o to Ie. ,. '. ; if;there is any,.re atiQh' between' highly Bavpred juic'e..and.'littld: 'rag1' '. ." .
'1. caption appearahce1 receives only: ten .. (AnJma, o to'io.above ltIr.Manvilli .'. ,the-two, experience in, this .State goes .'(tissue). If an expert were allowed '. ." :. .

" '>*> ;,' .' points) sells:the (vide brights- Commenting on the is, in to show that tine thinper'the peel, the but one test in -selecting oranges,* by '.:
and a russets); therefore says: Mr. Cutter jn error' : denser, tougher,, finer and more elasticit } all.oddsfhis: saf guide would be the .;. .,.
: ..' ,color .is prop ly entitled ttf distin- referring to; the 'HuUbard scale as the is. thick'ness'of the peel, easily 'del '
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consideration. Florida scale: < What' he .te min d the .without cutting ,
; guisbed f Asharpdistinctiorimust-be; drawn l by eye ; 't.
';. '' '.'Again, the main excellence of Hart-lanyllie! scale, has teen'adoptedty between the pro ectiyenes ::of.tne. peel The Florida s.cale has been 'developed}? ;. '
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' : peel.is plainly protective quality.'/This .1> our State Society! and it is now the'ofiteiaTFlorida and durability: of: 'the. fruit -: A protective withthe. dea. of the Highest possible! '.

.can oply exist with lair thickness,. ,ade .- \ ; scaleIt is as follows skin ..prevents !injury to ,the perfection .constantly in vie.w, and an' .' ,'
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w. uate to, but not' exceetling the re? THE FLORIDA:SCALE fruit from outside, as for instance from orange of standard. size with peel = .. w

fr4quirements of, !the best 'shipping and .'a 1. Appearance Size..e..*:..!"....s.,0...i..............oto to to 10. being punctured bruised: ;:durability more than} 37-3 (three thirtysecondof ) -: '
keeping needs.. T .' .' .. 3.% j uicineu........*......... :...:o to 10. prevents the fruit. from rotting. 'Arks f.:1n i inch. thick (the Florida standard) f #
of Peel .....,....'.o to 10 :
t."M *,'The Florida (Hubbard) scalelays- 5.4-Thickness Absence of Seed... ..........0 to 10. f we: after a fruit that can"be safely could scarcely be classed as perfect : .: r'." ; -li

:. ,'\ ;, extraordinary*stress. upon acid -under, 'I' 6. Acidity.Absence of..,Tissue.<......:....:.a..a........ptois-toi xo pounded or* do we want a fruit 'that: An orange may b< perfect in\, wok .;" : ..
i ". .'( two,.hgiduigSjsubacid} ; and.rawaad.iese .. 8.1. Sweetness\ ....._v.-x..9toX5-/.V: ; will 'sta d up/' that won't "melt and. bieraishlessj I 'b.uriftl! a quarter-cInCh : --E\
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aspJalnly marked '"'coarsejuicelessflavorlessas \ ;.' Pineapple.. Culture" apply a. heavy (qf bone. real!, and drake more rnone l off the one *

It' ; .' ; though! this were printed" Jditor Farmer fond Fruit Grower. f which should be rake in: :than you"do from the three.acres and
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.i' ... ".The remaining characteristics, except ;' required is to get the.animal, 'so in hard end of the slip.when broken from rate" .' L.'.E...

: ', size,"naturally arrange themselves raising pineapples,- the first requisite the parent plant i is cut o"fr3, few,of the, Melbourne, Fla., :, ...*' .

i :. in group, called .appeararke., We t get-thejand.; ; Success depends in a Ipwer leaves removed and the plant is _" 9' f.r' \ .

leave,' out color of.ncshjls; ; with,very Ejreatr'degree' on having.suitable land* ready*to-set. Formerly slipj'were,.set ,FarmsrandPrnit'Grolr: Ndtes- on. a.ch.Grow1ng.:: ..' '

# : ..' :,* few,exceptions ,there, Is no difference The plants will grow luxuriantly fn out two feet apart. each way,giving '. Your'article ': ;.

:. ,,' in.oranges-in this.particular, and even heav.y :hammock land, .making .enormows (allowing for ,necessary' ,path)) 10,000, ,' is on our peach, management '4.
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plants live In soircbm- plants to.jhe acr .
when there is there ; th.ey"wlll Experiments-prove
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... : .: ..' .to ."be 'no recognized 'preference.Bloom.we 'posed of coarse'qeach sand ana comminuted .", that planting closer isrbetter; the plants except, that 'we of do fruit.all our. fertilizingafter .

local shell, .but thrive best and covering the ground more* ,quickly; shipment .
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I produce the .best' fruit on. the sandy keeping down the. weeds the ', always that'much *
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work fertilizer .
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*' to hold'it together.' A mixture ofsprvice' and become sunburned. The rowsare My principle bearing fruit '
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"* standard form an is'perfect'in'this pine is no off.aboutfifteen. ,
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.. .. ." < particular whether round, oval,. ment.. Next to this} comes! the spruce apart and set alternating the plantsare wood,..to produce fruit buds, 'as- it "

',;'. : ovate. -pyrifonn.. If.sJig tly' '(bff<" pine,ridges where little other timber is still about. eighteen inches apart," .1 surely must be a detriment. to force a *
f found: These lands which .about the. large expanse.of.foliage as A .drain opIhe'roots .
\ in outlinethis hurts! its. appearance. produce good gives 17,000: to acre.. .

....' < ,,,( and counts against it. If sa'i irfeg'ularas fruit But require.more fertilizing. ,than Slips'must. be firmly set in the,groundand %which can- only\properly*
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.. ,. : !t* to ber!malformed it should ,be.reV the hickory lands :* ;. hot.deep.enough to allow the sand .*m I ture' certain weight of ... "

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DiTsmess should consider the.accesi*' A little cottonseed meal is into
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',: bility of lands, the facilities ofr-transportation ;each. to prevent '."san ifls" by. :heavy "a *grower
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and above all the':danger 'of rains; and "the work of planting is-
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ike highest price are always bright, goes spots complete.For ,Waldo, Fla '
: here; some places are regularly IPJured the first s..eason..tpe crop must :There "
.f but brights do ot.cOq1mal1da better are several causes for the unsatisfactory '
.: pried tban'russets..Smoothness should, withevery: cool. spell, ,others areas be hoed ten..an'd ,kept clear ,of weeds result of this remarkable peach

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rough ( always
orange peaches for two years, the growers k'
.; < To select the one and avoid the other''tnight. few weeds'.that .app'ear afterward are I
,; .' r peel), is coarsp und poor:; no matter shipped" thousands of baskets of 'hon- .
'. : be'pt zzlhlgto.'a: : novice. It 'is Bulled out.by hand. Good sized slips'or *
John ,
P how well. colored, It goes with the est peaches to market; that is., ,
'.'c ts".aid *''plugs"-in'the '"culls."' customary to consider, real(; estate, suckers planted! In May Will".produce premature fruit that.did not,look.to-be:
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''*'* agents and per '9J1s who have lan.d..tQ. some, fruit the, next year; .Slips much and vas. not much. The' :buyers :,
\ Appearancejmust(* obviously .be sell as )}tars of:the-first water;'there are planted so late as"September= will hardly became disgusted. Then.the

,,.t1 given a* greater number ,ofpoints..'. plenty' of them, though, that dp business bloom till one year from the following: had was circulated damaged that.the the spread that of yews

",Why not give this gto .thirty points? oa \the square .and 'will give-a. swing, but will then.give good.crop"; would so be'b1 few peach crop. there' '

f". :t (increasing, the. total lj); color _ten, truthful answer to.inquiries.There '. The second crop: is.usuallj':about double .The consumers boughtprematurefrilit: ,

.' ,. ".. .. smoothness ten, absence of :blemishes are places on the west side h.rst' arid:; plants continue to which.is mostly made up of fuzz, 'decayed .

4 .-- ((including, form) te.nl .. of Indian' river,. on ,the,. mainland, bear for five or .six' years, anQ'! ,with spots,skinqndd large pit. Then the .-

'. Lastly 'we'come lO'siie'It has:"ten that seem to,.be as.much favored with.exemption proper care and] i I liberal.fertilizing} might. good well peaches came. For 00 cents aehort time they J
gold : as high as: being paid
"counts. in both scales., If the total from ,frost. as.:almost any continue l longer. i a basketat wholesale.... Then came the

: ,. ((100)) is in creased,'size should be.givers point; still,';as:a rule, the .strip of land'orr :. The plants are known as.slips, suck-. rains, which"caused the fruit to rot 3It. $- .

," ..a greater number",of points. I see no peninsula: ;between. .Indian'river ers and crowns. Suckers, are the The peaches.. would be shipped! hard "-

'. 'reason fop dividing. oranges' into I arid the ocean,is' more .safe. .and sure. largest an'd earliest plants.' "When. and moving sound.ears The kept dryness the caused fruit until by the-' it .

:;' .. .'.three ,classes-large; ._medium and I The growth: shows it. In clumps of plant arrives at the( bearing,,stage, generally reached it$destination.. When expos&T aforsale

r '. : small. Jf an. orange i is"' large hammock on. the east'shore will be while the fruit is forming, from : it .rotted 'fupidln.beginning-at t

: or....small it should, coupe: ,againstit found wild pepper trees,* :break-ax,. 'one three and sometimes fouror five thepit. .:

as compared with ',a pe/fect: gum-limbs,,, wild rubber, mastic, sea- plants Start:from near.the r3ot.and'bythe The outside would.be fair and perfect, \
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j' :size. 1 dr" instance; 176s to zoos are*. grape, custard apple,.:etc..,'.which's not'. time'the 'appla. rs ripe are large consumers but the peaches observed.tliis would not, and open during well. this The: '

.' thc;standard; as' ::the fruit gets l larger the case in.the.:'same range. gn'thewestside. enough tt>.pl nt; These are the suck week all of the city: markets; ,have been .

t :. the/ score down from tep'turtit'\ '- vfe .' .' ., '. ers. Around the base of each i applea glutted, prices falling corresponding?. .

s', : reach 965, at o, all larger fruit being .Lands of suitable character in good number pf plants are formed, some: The men who sold directly to.buyers got ,

... ., ". 'discarded:'as: pumpkins;; and,. 'on'the locations are high, from $50 .to'$150' times AS" rriany: ,as, ,fifteen. When tHe commission their nioneyJbut,; those who, shipped on '
were
, ., ,.' -, other hand, as they. .become .smaller pep.acfe fpr wild land The tempta' apple"is broken from the stem, care'i is, to pay'the freight frequently withQut any compelled return.In .- '

:, .:than 2008 they score.down until 1 2503 tion tc) buy *j just as good" at $20 is, taken not to destrdy*the plants; they more. than'one instance the shippers *

: '. are reached at o,'smaller. fruit"'being strong, but in the long run this- 'will! are.' l left, !-D. grow until six _i inches_ in 'had to makeup u. deficit at the othezend. .; '"

I rejected as marbles. .. not.pay.Land .in*. a: frosty: .location length when they are pulled for plant fIn '
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# ::: The classification as to season seems! costs,just as much to"clear and plant ing. These a.fe the slips. The crowns baskets 1875betwee'n were shipped 4oooo6oaridb.OOO.oro, and prices were as .

rx, jb -* .') p rftuQus,.*since judged i in. their arid-a crpp.l6st or injured, would,. far come from the' top.'of .the apple and high:as SIt'and more' at wholesale, but '

41 .. ;"ppme, as all fruits should be the exceed the saving in price. ; are seldom"'used except front choice) or the bottom fell out as it has this year.,and, '
Having secured .the' Ideation 'the : varieties. : the growers were discouraged. ** .
:. : early varieties are,cpmpared with the rare '* '
t ,. early varieties; the late with: the;late, next thing' in.order,is clearing: Tnis: A great difference?of opinion .existsas for The,peaches greed in to.get J875 as caused much. a* possible

It. and so' on. If.over-ripe or -immatufe must be thoroughly done; every tree to 'jtvhich produce fruit earliest and fruit. to be snipped to market premature and the

3 '. ', fruit'is passed upon,- this Il'easily' bush'and root,must be dug out to such of the' best quality After ,several, growers suffered. The growers this year

r 'be' itdicated' by a foot pore ., a. depth thaf. .will n ve ',sprout again: years watching have'coricluded were advised destroy all premature
.. .. .. t. Many r..experiments *have. been trfed: that there is,no perceptible difference fruit; and hold back' the, peaches until
4 [It must be. a itt -confiQentaJy,' they were gooc::1. They were 'alSo adviSed
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but nothing has yet been found equal where.the. plants are pf the:same size; ,
'.. Florida 'that California to thin out the peaches on the .. .
to our growers, '
for thoroughness and.economy 'tp a but the suckers being earlier and larger trees. Theadrfcewasnottakeji. ,Each
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'=' haseclipsed us'in her all $the year-: good grub-hoewithastout r'coon"lnam have the advantage.* grower was afraid that his :ne gbbor'crOJ

.: .', round succession; for while we begin ipulating the handle., Tbe ground lustthen.be "Intensive farming": : pays well on a i ? would* fail, and he.held to all he had

*. .... :. ripening up..our'orangesin"Se.p.temberans ,Worked'over:' and raked: all. pineapple .plantation.! One *persOn in sight: The conservative.men are nowadvmin'g
!' >. $l carry them over to Christmas, trash'removed burnt the' who had "number of and growers to keep their trees,but. '
or
.. : leaving a large plants to remember the lesson.pf this year. .
t. ;;;: -" we cannot claim varieties that*ripen surface like a seed bed. This musrbe. a small crop ol.small apples remarked: ...-.i ---' ,
; '.on.the tree earlier than November.or well done'that no'roots interferewth "It is week j more .
'. may just 35 easy to,raise so, slips During.the past than
..: .. .'"ater than May; I shall try"to .obtain setting the plantsto': the required and seven,or eight thousand apples on two .hundred teams; loaded with tobacco .

t :., udspf; ,the June to D'ecerriber kinds.] depth; and it is.said also that :decay. an acre as jt t is to.raise 10,000* slips have passed 'through town: *':

J '". ing roots; will impart a ,disagreeableflavorVo. : and 2;;000. apples., All you have'got bound for-the different packing:! houses. '!.

; .. )oft. M. L. :Floyd has .been kept' the fruit.. ., :The .writer has tado is to fertilize.' Then I cer- Soon the work qf'packingthe tobacci .; "

.';;\busy ,,this week receiving* ,tobacco. tasted fruit of choice variety.raised on: tainly would fertilize!" we remarked..! will begin and then the colored population
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.,. .. ... He has purchased.* :tbout. 125,000, hammock land that had; a-. flavor like i ."y s, but if you haven't' the money I I{ will have plenty of. money,! .
;. "' and is :.in the'market:' 'His that of stored in bins with '
.pounds yet : apples rotten fo'buywithr' 'CThen I would dig up much 9( .which will 'pass' into the::

t, ': ., :. ,'packinghouse is one-half mile:west.of boards. -, ., the plants on.twd acres and sell them' hands of pur.,merchants, and thus all .

,. t' "Oiiincy.T." .: *"'. ,. ."* ** '.. .' ': After the* clearing*the best grower and buy/ertilfzers for the third acre,. will be' benefit d. rQuincy Herald.

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.. SEiTBMBER',24,1,891 r. PLOBIDA DISPATCH FAEMEE AND.FBUIT-G.kOW.E&/ : ... ..76j. .
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;. .Further ,Notes on, Budding;. any rate I have yet to find'the nurseryman -. T wishto'sayoiie'more: dung before. ';5i If a bud remains' dormant" even' "'''
Editor Farmer and FrnlMJrower: who is in'the business for the ( > and that '
r '. : .. leaving tie subject.jstakes. after the top.ljas been cut off for.any ;- .. .
!:.-i., ,i.. It:seems my recent:.article ,oh"budding "fun. of it'' ,alone.. ,.. ., '' is, that one. of the most exactihg'-of.therequiremen'ls .considerable,time 'what .do .ybu.generally ,,, : '

has drawn some 'of the budders 4. The'trees 'being symmetrical! .. in of :the ,California, trade do ? '
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out, Some, have written; to asking is their'buds be-welt-staked! '
,. : me shape sell much more readily .and. for that shall 'ANSW ERS., . .
':. '. for a,reply in.your paper, but 'as :I am'ncit'inclined' a better price.; thal'! a bud- possibly,':'to. :.tKe.height t of pt-l least four: feet; and I U I'.' l ither'bud. at the time of- prun... .

to'fake: up"valuably space could.that has been cut t>ack.. at all,- I think"all will "agree with ,me, that .
.' unless J have @tqingpraCti al tb Californians ing or.I' wait until I see'new growth .
especially when the.staked!tree is from California and.. are not '
.write I. had concluded write starting at the part of the tree pruned. '
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; mittto ; one-fourth to one-third larger, owing t<3. much/'Old school,, and I dislike.to '
P .e' again. : However'there ,are points yet ;its losing .none cf its .growth.: ',This Think that Floridians are the least' behind For: between these times, if much has .

,:- 49 be settled one. of. hichls.iii-regard II last. consideration alone '1 should them-in in. progressive. ideas. ',. been pruned'away' there i.s'is arrested.'a'period'when'ihe .
descending
to the- .-. 0 .t .sap
thin! \ would, make- up. 'for. the small .
WRAPflNG. 'we.
1 ; This is better understood :when "
: : STAKING OF BJJDS. extra 'cost of !staking.; : .* 4 .' .
: I see the budders are unanimous.for know that the sap descending through
'' .'* I know I am Siffering:with Now I .nope I have.saidenouglt to .
many air-tight-wrapped buds, and of course the inner bark-is the nourishment .

.f.. 'people on this subject; while, at the conyince'any o'f the doubting Thorn- that is s1. should') 'be, for common bud'needs, and it of course jS partially ..,, ;
.. f same. time lam glad to-say t knows4veral'regular asest and I.\fill,proceed to give a few reason'Vould"suggest it nothing\ else, cuj off when the:pruning is done ands'ensjbiy '

... : : nurserymen' beside.the ideas on staking, which will.certainly! as* we know that a bud or scion.never shocks the whole 'gfowtrj-of '. .

-. one twork for. \ ho.are.exa t1Y''of the. be:of help,to any .who!have never be die?-exc'eRt from evaporation. .If a thetree.4pr, frpntthree! : toted. days after '"'. .

.:,, .same opinion a.s I am. i:also cannot longed to the: "oloVschool" of stakets: S !ck.Qf buds can be :preserved out of thepruning.! .' .. ":
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?' calf to" mind any ,extensive:nursery Nursery 0 rOws.\ should .run 'north an'souh 'a tree.by not allowing it to evaporate, 2. Wax-by ill means, as it" is decid* '

*. where .'they. did-not- staXe their buds \ so that the bud ,can be put,, as a bud .can surely be, preserved' even edly tae best: preservative:known for '

: unless they'did not. ,care to have hem it,should be, on the north side,.thereby '.. a hard free,' if protected thoroughly buds scions and wounds.. I use the r '

_.. ..grow up.straight:. r know' thai''it ;is i protecting it; with, the. trees north fromthe until"'it has granulated. same,wax as I 'graft with, and its proportions *

,- called "old" 'school" to stake 'buds, and *south ,of. it: from; being broken ... yhere.is one point in which sevetal are: Beeswax',three parts,!

'' uI would like! to fcndwTwhyis' off,bythe: .plow'or otherwise l budders. : .from! me, and that is rosin, three parts; and pure,tallow' two :<; ., ,

more .profitable' to cut '"ofTany'of the, The stake should be. put -on the in regard to my wrap-makiflg, 'This parts a I find. it keeps more ;pliably" '

growth pf,a bud to keep' it in hape south side} of the tree!. thereby 'drawing .would not affect to ariy'exfent: any but; and easier to work, with when a-little" .,

,:.. than would, be to save e.very'paiticle the bud toward the stock and. regular .budders, who ,make large, alcohol. is addedr but is.1 first-dp wax' ; .

'. of that'growth by, staking and adding making'lt:almost an impossibility for. quantities; but to them it is of conse without. *' '. .
t so'much to the height ,and symmetry'of ,to broken used' draw the of '
off. .
.. the bud get v quence. I to : strip is arid-a .
It the safest :
plan .
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the bud. j It to inc.that the but 3. .
cloth
I seeps This arrangement puts the bud, ,through the wax; I discarded .
take off'a few ,
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good to the
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only advantage\ 'in..not.s advantage: : stock and ,stake all exactly in Jine it for nij'ntuch quicker"way before days before way: 'the top:js wraps cutoff, .but'i in ". +

II' 'saving Jo'f work, while the with,the row, ,and not! only' looks. .better I Jiad ,budded Jen years' as: Mr., W die! I afford the time' '. :
practice ,
cannot
.' of staking ism much niore importance';; my : .. .
easier. isit but
;but makes the workings % has.Not only : quicker; by. tQ go over the work tWlc ". So X do4. #
there is deal work
hot
as a more
e and you\\ save ail great the.growth'made,and When the stake is driven into the my nrethod. :you use!the least'amount four the'next best thing,.. which<; is to cut. i.... ,,
of wax possible. 9nly use
., *, iaye'a far pretties- tree.: .groqnditshouldbe: about'four ,feet buncesofwax, to the' yard of bleach: the, !topdown at the time of unwrapking : ,
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out, so,that they should measure four bu>I ant 'careful to leave at .
; A -nurserywell'stake lls'.certainly -Mr! Wylfe h'e makes about '
and a half feet entire, as six ,inches is ing. says least a few living, leaves- above 'the '. J.: -
one pf,the prettiest. sights I ever saw, one' thousand wraps in ,..aU'an. hour ,
little enough, to put in the ground;f; bud? to prevent the evaporation. from .
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there is in the aid"of man but v ;
another dpes
as not a ctEiok.or twist I with ,the *, ( the and "
nine inches bare ,
I stakes-in'about stump 'the consequent .
put my .
'trees1i as there would be if'continually i not give the amount oJ ,Cloth used for "
the it .
of
rob tittle .from .
.even if I have to a dying I1'if'p.part, ; .
.a, it in fornl without: thousand. I make
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cut to keep the my average .
'stakes. .' top, "and"securely, tie with strong seven, inches .long and when strip: 4i This is answered in the l last .: ..

: At this writing I have i buds'!that'are, twfne,double, one time tar the stock' Pod it is about a. quarter of an inch 5. If after.I s.ee .a bud has ample .

;. front five to. six feet .high. These below: the'bt4Then! strike ifthe..:singletree wide (Eroba.1y'one third of an i inch). time tostart, and ,it still Jodks.. ,completely .*., .'.
shoulB.ha'ppen it during ..
to
buds-have been well frainedallsprouts : ; Wraps of this size I Can make..by my' dormanvl ,reud| it as soOn as .. '

.. a having*been taken off when first'seen," the plowfng the stock" will.go from-with the method at the rate otf\ve!tbousand:an', the.:sprouts\ ,above. .are large enough';,, '

,,. : 'and the .'full'strength of the,' ee,, has stake broken,and which save would,tfie bud be the case.being if hour, arid I haVe no. other help than rather than risk ruining the stumpy by* a ,

been forced into the main stem:until some one to simply hang uj>. the sheetsto" successively cutting the sprouts- oft
; rt.attained the height of five feet when.' nothing but-the 'bud'was tied .to the cool.. This number I haVe made Large trees have often Jjeerf dearly a'

,. they: were pinched to.form a top., 'If, stake.I '... .' : repeatedly and am safe; .in'stating it. As and sometimes,entirely killed by con- y
t fail to tie the bud:fir t-tQ its
the.stakes. .*ere" !taken away now they never: I-feel jso,sure it. is-a quicker and,Very, tinually sprouting everything from .
own.stump ,just-,as:Soon. .as it is .l largeenough'to them to-force bud and '
.would fall to the ground, proving,con much cheape 'way, when the saving :out a ; .anyyne'
r. and before'I stake it as
tie..
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who does uncertainly knows little about .
'elusively'that' there .was more wood oT 'wax, is considered, I hope Mr. } .
made, ini. these.,trees*.tban'would.have. : it tender 'then and :will"take' .its; Wylieand .Mr.-MjcColIey will'give ita his.work,,'and,should be sued' 'for dam-. "; '

.. .0' been made without stakes,. ,'. shape,well. -By; bud tying it up so- soon l .trial as iris not patented and I don't ages, by his employer. ', ..
: the nearly; .
All these buds will be allowed from you-maka appear want a, ? corner"-- on it Of ;course, 1 H: R. OLIVER.. f .

this date"(5n( (Sept 15)) 'to'.make. ,tops' straight.with is six. the eight stump inches but.long if left it*'will up* it irs pot to. be expected{ that: .it will ;ap- Palm Springs, F a. ,. . .
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and strengthen their sterns, add ,bycpld 'make an,u.8lycrook at the place bud peai such:an improvement at first, for, J/P. Wells, of North' Gainesville;;: '

weather they.'will, be'perle tlr ded. All these little_ things tend to there are little knacks to be learned in says'an. exchange, raised on 6?acres of 4.;
and the'stakes .will.haVe done : the: handling and folding of the cloth '.
'strong,, make a. ,tree, and' they are" ; ground'the present season 154 bushels '
their. service: and a.good.. .service J, the'' handsome that' bringrthe"be'st' prices' in that will come.withexperience. of corn, after his cabbage crop, had ..'.. r
ones : '
think is too. *. .. '-To mlny !itmay.appeafthatit would .
.. all cases. ? been ,.disposed of. He sold the entire '
too : take'a while: for the wax': to penetratea '
Her ,
crop fgr cents per'busheL '
a 75
( re. "
'. ; "f if stake is brokenoff ,during the .
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.' .fold,of cloth of eight thicknesses, .
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.. .4. ; SOStfi 'OTHER':.ADVANTAGES' ,". plowings I'always put a new- one be; but I'pan assure youthat: if>the,wax is '. -

x 'sid.the old! ones 'as it makes,it strong 'it will it' immedi "WORTH "
hot
R 6f staking; -: : .e :6" ,' ? er.tl,1an.a single, take'and saves work? penetrate almost. ;.1 A QUINMA. A B08...., .
.. i/:.A' the trees are all straight 'the ately. ;, 1 '
'A I have been asked by letter the: cAdI IdolsT' '
rdws.canbe\closer than if unstaked, .. STAKES. '. .,' ,
.' as in plowing niany buds would: be Stakes should be of.seasoned,:wood,' following'questions and 'will. briefly. .Some, people-puce < J .
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broken off if.the.plow.was,run close to but if any green Wood is 'used't1Pres Answer the. best I can here: ,- e' idol out of 'old1a41 '

van unst .kel bud,'as., ''it'utterly, impossible -, lath,is the best.*', Reed canes from the / ; 'Quin!1oNs. Ai : EL! toned.mn dfe l I rt, tnd br i > -

-. ,to,control the shape, of a tree "breaks'and hammocks are best. of iy Is it. advisable to bud directlyafter their runs.to subject Sacrifice them and: 1 !J :, "
elyes ] .
e, by cutting Sack to ,the? extent. of keeping -' all\ and" very,cheap wherever they can- the trees'.are:pruned .or nOt? If .and even torture. But .

all CJ'ooks.out. .. be procurej. :To any': who cari..getthedeeds' not,.how long after" before it is safe. to. : ''.

.a. The rows being closer,:more. canbe'Cultivated'ori I wish,to add, ;tio' ,not cut, bud'? S'i .. : ,

r an acre than. ;if un anyjeed that has made 0.0.: branches, "*2. .Whenjarge. branches\ are pruned: ""EEG'HAM
: and'' off'Vhat is the best to ? all '
staked" / / as-it is only a"year old is sappy.A thing apply P area over '

3., The prow can'tie run stf close; to : reed'' that has a bunch, of small ,.V When theVraps are taken off a, 'eIeetH1 ..

the'trees.by,using a. .short singletree branches'.qu: top''tw years; ;old or bud, is it;best,to takethe' top Off thenor remedy for ill'Blllou. UMJmplredB< BU rder 'will from two to'three to wait a' few days?, trolia jfek to I.
aa : that there is,comparatively"no hoeing, more and. last : tlon,Cotutlpfttlod BlMrdered Liver j.Tri : ;
.. )break, marry .15 ,It.best.. ..to cut close, le3vlngno"bran sick HeAtoehe Tfcey (MM noequal. t
to do, and ,all I this' to *.belp 'theprpfit.side years.. Deed 4Q< npt so 4. '
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6C, the account ''Yhlcn .1. roots InbeiIg? placed in'lhe. .""groUnd'asa ; : hes, or: to.leave one 'or more. Of-all, New infirebu.York" Depot.Price,365 Canal bests St.aboz.* 30\,\. ...': .. a.

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IT' : } ;:gARER: {?; 'J1rl :yfi'ktl' e! Eii'; ,leaves inakes'the! top stocky d I I when youv want to put yo.urtees to rather mayor or J. P.'or go to' the;

.... ...... ... hardens: the. young growth, for .winter. sleep, just.a your mother used ta'do Florida,Legislature" Get your home
'* .rr6Iii' ; I.-Q 'vn't Used a stake or tied "t.,'', C, ipbicoofNotes Q moy., for two: years. v In all stocks over; an if the sariie- care' t'as-Iaken to keep., and then we will see whether you have. ,
-. ', ., .. ''f' Editor Fanner'and yhiit Grower: 7 'i inch':in diameter I put in iwo grafts. ; trees back' i in*.the l latter part of.? -winter time attend. ,to these official. duties.
:: : : ;', .. :The crop! is cojning/m: freely and is .*consider. Parson Bfpwn one of the u early spring -as 'to'push them,for Well,. brother; this 'IS all the paper '
:" '..' mostly! .In .-good condition; selling* up .'very best But thep'. her? ,comes in ward, you would have less winter-in. Xhave, and.I- nt* go much further. ""

.: *' to thirty: and thirty-fjve cents abound, soil Gird-locatidn again. I 'haye' a jured '. trees.'' Pinching -back. andlnulching 'As.good stuff as lever; saw grow was' '
;- *. and no>.a little of it.up..i: in/ the f,-rtie s. of' shell .Silver .will do;it. of white
piece hammock; on ..'_ : on a, piece as poor, 'pipe)Iandas
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"'':.i is" over, Half in..HjENRY; ,'. kind Df :land: .Tom: Sawyer says' he" 7aIid .so.,much not to say, and liquid manure;' but it Was .like- that ;
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C .' '. : J. 'FENTON, herd: me ."offer'to sell by the: ton,'.', so much to. be .unsaid,. thafif I'.kept biggest of all yields of 'co n in South .
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i Tobacco. Agent F;''C : 'on which I sow three bushels oC: Bats:' on here Id run all, ,night. Carolina; the.*expense. of time in applying .
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: c' e...*. :'." : j *.! ., to the acre to prevent them} growing .' Where,do you' want t Jo' ship water., was worth more, than the crop.
tPractical'::Farm ?IapersNo..lli i into fishing polas. On- this I have melons? ,What; do you mean f py> large Don't plow your*trees in February .
: ., Mr. ;'fy: JB. Blocfyf :' .. grafted and budded .all -kindsof pr- quantities ? :J havethe test melon m nicely' with., potato digger: or, any ,' ,

t '7 ... '_ 'T ,\." "/' Asiid 'o'ne" answers btir questions anges and they all become one, high" America) and..it did.opt originate 'in other digger; and then ;you.won't want '

': .: .; -''hl"the. .issue. .of the 2Qtn-'I. 'will gi colored, thin skinned juicy sweet: New ,England, but"is.'a native of Flor to put any. liquid manure -on them.. .
.0 :1 ::> you-my experienced 'prastlce'pt orange and; cOJimandthe: highest-price ida. Its 'that thin-rind' 'kind which Go 'out and rake up your, trash
,doilrse J copld'not' advise you" to. do in the market t, and there "never ,was' ., .a made Billy:father jso ngry. .It has amottted'greencoatd and put abound them ,arid plow the_ '
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: ,s \ the.same unless* I ,knew }'our1a\dvas' rusty orange in the gro.ve. .. with rust like .an last'of rch'and' then don't gj( .nearer .
: .; .: ':.:, ,. .iike'm'ine and so"si.tuat d. And right At "'Campob llo," six.. miles west' ,' orange and i its .neat-is.like in color to' thansix..; feet of your .trees. .Your ..

". .'. here I will take occasion to say, it is on upland mixed; woods, where I only that beautiful'scarlet.tintin a- maiden's' mulching will put jour,""ground better ,' '
{ :,ti ". a most difficult n'g for orfe man'to sow two:bushels of bats' tq the. acre. blush! They donjtgrow.asbig as a, order 'and keep i it so than .any '
'. : 'fefl another what to* .do, in' Florida. the.: oranges maintain their identity. '? barrel, .but ttie"Jargest'are about .the plow or hoe or fork or. potato digger '
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." .'I':. "The-difference' soils. i and situations.. Now I;- don't.. know much about size four persons comfortably you caa use. ". .. .
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=', .; .L:..jlis so. great. ." oranges for planting "six, grains of. 'wrap themselves around." The furs .Yes,. pinders and watermelons are .
.: !... <.?>\\yell'rottedhorse' manure* is good corn in.the hill" and thinning out. is thest have-ever, 'shipped, these the very: best things to l put in a grove *if .
;',i:. enough foe me ,to, fertilize 'anythiug.f my forte; But as long as my way I have I melons is' 'where ray friends carry you feed them down with razorbacks F

} .:'. .. *Bur' as I caii't have as ':much. of that ',been telling' you about i is a* gdod.-one: them in;their. buggies and to th.e cow Feeding ,down pJ dens and sweet, po. -
; _, -as I want, I take,,as;much ;as. I-: can and suits me,I am not going.to change lat.'' The. quantities I raise of them i is tatoes with pigs is as. "good as cow-'
.get and compost it with as much cattle -not even to silit. tHose fellows .who 'enough for.ourselves and friends, and 'penning.. .. ,
r :,. :.' ,manure,!: and woods: rakin'gs i as, I can. have 'been-sending! m$'so'pia'ny.treatises the,horses arid cows, nd.-pigs, and; Now,' I have answered all jyour", .
''V ', ;, .'. '..get .If.jL'.cOuld! : get as much Hard on, foot.rot.: .. .: ':* ducks turkeys Arid chickens I questions I. could and as* well 'as'.I ,
;'' .. wood leaves." I want" .at all .times I, .You are to 'blame for"that,-,".'Mr. never .s w'" .-any* living thing, : that could. You said you wpuld' be
,'r l( .' '* wouldn't Jake, ;any pine, straw; but .1 Editor for in No. 8 you--makejrie say 'wouldn't eat and like a Florida water-: obliged, and hope/ 'you"arp. -. .. ,

r;t 'can't; ,so I rake right'along..acid 'all isish -' trees had no rot for five" 'years. melon. Negroes like them better'than CHAS,.W. CAMPBELL. ,' :$R. .
: ': .;f' "/ that comes niy net." .:!haul You should''have 'said "rest." .I ,never anything; but they won't raise one to 'Catn be.11o Plantation.' '. ., *, ,
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,. : it to my cow' lot and horse Malls and, had any."rot'.9P my piace.anq' don't save::your life or' theirs either; and .
.;'/,.(" let them.dQ the m ingwith ui regard: ,know anything about it.. i there are lots of white. people the same. Strawberry S Culture in South Flor r

..'/ quality or proportions. When'half .X suppose they thought maybe I way. Now, brother farmers, there is Ida.. .' '
'c >. ,*.;'... rotted I take' .itup: ,. put j intq dung did' have it. once and' they wantedto economy in raising watermelons: and' Editor Farmer' and FJiut-G rower:. "
t.. neaps 'and,turn it once before-using.-.: a'pnriseme when I did ,get it'again cantaloupes if you.never sell one. You' ., 'What about.mulching l and fertilizing '
f ,: Iris; then generally rotted about right.' where X could buy some "footrotmanure. j just ,.raise ,plenty, and go' ,out*; of 'a stawberries in.Florida? 'The.Improved

: It-is then.put around_ the orange, trees_ >" .I. 'certainly *am: _much morning 'before sunrise. and pull a lot( Nunan and Oregon' ,Ever. earing.-are '
t. :. after }hoeing; say :'two feet. 'fee from obliged to them for their consideration of ripe;ones arid put, .them. in the of Southern origin, hence do a

.' j;., ,the body. This: is -covered*: 'with a but.I am not in the"market, for if I'had shade, and about half; past ten, when, not require such rich soil as/most *
.hc! vy mulching of,leaves anoV rdtten a.tree" that Had the foot-rpt, ,ora dozen the Jtands.o t fn-the field feel faint ,'Northern 'varieties:: I have seentheNunan .
'. hard wood, if 'any handy. 'And the. or more,' I 'would dig them: up and and' hot, carry out,a few. and see how ,grow two.to three feet l\ighon '
.: chickens,do the balance. This 'kind burn them-'just, as I do with trees th *.bqys will: double to.their work very rich. soil,, ,and not produce "any ,
J .':"of fertilizing.does'me; "and' it 1 .had which have scale, -and plant. good after getting 'through with them. And fruit worth speaking, whilel'pfcked ; '

"! not,drawn it awayand" .worked' the healthy sour stumps. --In' my -experi when they;come to. dinner give them at' .the rate of 6/750' quarts, per
'; trees a month earlier in the 'spring of enc ".with scale I Cad ,grow.a/newtop another bait,,and' its astonishing how', acre planted oft. common l low sandhammock. ..

.::: "'89' han I should .I :would hot' have with less,expense and: less time ,than!.I little, ..dinner'they- wa.nt. A .The plants had good care-* .
lost*so many tree Instead of draw.: can cure it spraying. In foot-rot I. pitcher? of cool milk and bread and ,and cultivation, allowing no runners'..
ing the mulching away.I add 'more. ; qan':'grow'.a tree in less time and with, butter is all suffi ient. to take.roo.L Myfour year's' experience ,
'. ; .:-' and. I find"my trees do "not start so less trouble and worry,than I can cure' I don't tell you this so'much to save ,with Nuhari for best results is

...early.. .. .* :' / '* '* .' ;: it) from what I'see 'my.neighbors".do. you money,;as .tojceep your poor overworked good natural black pine land or low
.. I have been in the habit of "bud- I dorit warit.io''get off tjiat rest busi-' wife from cooking in the mid- sand, hammock, .with.j 1t q.se shallow ..
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*.".ding at any and;all times; when there. ness. You! dFdtft asic anything about Ii die:of.the,day:and washing,up dishes. cultivation. Should the land be quite

1 was sap enough to let tHe bark slip, ,that t;, but thep.you know when' a man I Now sister farmers; you see to it that poor use hardwood ashes or plow inn% .
..... ;** up to Sept.. ist. I h vehad.t: top many gets to telling about what jie does know your husbands"plant plenty of melons ,a 1 Heavy crrfp of bunch, field or'row- .
.' dormant buds t9'wood.bind ''tQ'advise he i is pretty.apt to tell about something and\ tomatoes to. use that way. It's. peas the .last of August. *"" '
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., '. anybody,to rely\ upon, them. ,Since I he don't-knows like financiers of the. better to do' t.his',than 'trying to get In.regard to-mulching, I would pre- '
'. :have quit budding altogether; Idon't new order who dually have'talked them,to let you vote. Now, maybe far this.to cultivation. Could we usea.

"consider either spring or dormant bud! muoh: they really think.. they canrun you 'think from this. ,-I am.not a 'wo sufficient,amount to keep Gown all

.. .. to be best, "fj l: Have done*a great deal telegraphs\ railroads,. steamshipsand man's rights man. Well,. I am; and grass: 'and weeds 'it would "be worth* '
of budding and had a great deal'of if the government// Well, let them I tell you .I was womah-I-I would doing; but if we, do this the-. black

., Jone'by. the best:budders but I have think so; they Can't .do it; but if they see a than' freeze before' :I would,copk crickets'will ,destroy the ,beniesy' and '
,. ,never seen any Tuddirig,"either .njine i believe. its. it makes;newer mind., three warm meals a day Iidf sh should we use a small amount it",is.
or anybody'else's: ,* half equal ,to* mygrafts" Nell, a tree needs rest,. and 'an dishes three times for him, and it ,worse than nothing So good cultivatio'n ;

".* or ,this and,the last'two; years; : brands tree particularly; just like you, wouldn't be often I would cook more all through thV season 'must! be,. ;
t 1 And, this grafting was done 'by a little and it shows i it pretty plain: ; when. ; the than one: except ta-ipakealittlecofTe .the proper-mode.: .. '
6x9 jsawed-off: 'GeorgiA Cracker;" time comes. Then let alone.. or tea. at night I tell you what'I Pick''the berries in the morningsort '

., *.. who'took i it all!l upon himself Out'of Hoc would you feel, if every time :would do; I would just give the .yery( and spread thinly in the, shade.; They
'; '2000' grafts in? one 'nursery, put in you come .in 'and feel tired 'and 'want best hot breakfast, be'eJsteakand.-ham ,will soon dry when they can be"rolledin

.' .. -last ..January, throe are not twenty I ,to .take a nap your wife would '};et and eggs and fried chicken'and.batter- a mosquito netting which wiH clean : ,
'- missing i and''',some of .t ooi. were i down her. prodding-stickand prod you cakes and beaten biscuit (but 1 ; ould' them,nicely. Do'not ship any: butex-;

.. .' .knocked off. Some'are six feet high in the ribs arid wake you, up and .stuff male him beat the biscuit) and suchlike tra fruit Ve can.make wine, J Jelly,
"' .. and still! growing. To :dp away with you with pound cake and jam and ; and cook enougH to have '(or a and preserve \he .remainder 'to better .;.
; the,use of stakes,. pinch! 1 back as fast' maybe give you ,some ,of Tom:Saw-' lunch:and dinner: and,the-leavings for .advantage: than leaving: them with the ..
i ," as'twelve or fifteen Inch is yer's '"corn bread and fry/ andwouldn't supper.,. Do thfs and l, see.how much, first class to spoil their sale. :

..made. The' first growth: pinch as Jet your sleep? Don't. you time you will\ have for more -pleasant _The, Qreg Everbe. ring'should be ;
1. "'soon alit inclines to-fall over. 'Tnis think you would become pretty delicate work,- nd then you will have time to planted on a medium, dark soil capable -

'."'.:.treatment'develbpes.., .the. wood. .. and soon. And then' there .are. times sit down and think whether'you would; of.being cultivated. the'entire' year, ,,as'S :
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th'eyroit perpetually.and are the most "We also have had,some Sumatra:and that cannot be -sold with profit mightbe ducklings and add.more aslljeygrgw._ .
wonderful berry 'in existence. I set, other-rarieties of seed on tri which ,consumed qn the farm..;b\ti1ton older. :-If intended for 'market feed l

,--some plants in June, 1991, which are are not yet thoroughly, tested' Clarion. four times a day,, and vary the {food '.: i
looking fine; think they will begin'to The quality of our-Gulf.Hammock just'as much as possible,"but be very '
-- bloom. in the "near' future. I producedsome tobacco this year is, we venture to be careful not to over-feed. See that they }
of the fruit this summer which lieve, :hard ,to' beat, and it is being :. 'Poultry, : :: eat everything'clean*in fifteen minutes ,
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firm "'": - it.
k was ,, sweet and of a desirable handled with care. %' -. -' ? after.being fed; if not, remove -
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.:' color. The writer'had some experience : ,At present our soil tends to producea Ducks!' '' When;three weeks.old give green'food .
': .- shipping Stawberries "i in, early,fall ,type'of leaf from Nos. ?, .3, Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: of some kind,,or:clover .hayas a' sub' ,
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.'w and winter And: finds it to be the best ,and'4,' so much, so. indeed that .a' well I have .been requested 'to give my stitute. If intended for stock ducks ..

f' time of the year, as,they stand transit; known expert 'the other day pro experience in rearing and managing. only half of their firsthand last meal .;
to --perfection.. The returns were also npuncedthe; crop by NO. essentially ducks. each. day can be .either green feed or :
.. ... most encouraging. ,. Sumatra in its characteristics. Be this There .seems to pe an obstacle in clover.hay; in either case, cut it very ..
.:' W: iX: LINDLEY. .. as it may, no doubt 'we are just a little .the way of some who have purchased fine and always.mix It. with ground. '
., Plant City, stock and 'of me which I am unable ., !
,t > sanguine as tQ our success with .the eggs grain and \bran'and. all' should be .
.. ,: Z'Tobacco at Gulf Hammock., noXious weed." A Sumatra type of ''to ;account for. It may.be our scalded. I. S .'
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:: '. leaf plus fine aroma and burning qualities coast country is better.suited, to duck Ducks, to'-do, their best; must have .
,Your paper,off tl e 3d i inst. contains is Kardly.outside the market; and raising than the interior of the State, animal food and plenty of grinding ma .
an extr from 'T. D. (of Bronspn, I hoping other Florida tobacco-growing' or some parts of if'. at "least. That I terial. attribute"' the, death loss ;
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.. presume) which I teg: corner of your sections have been equally successful, am unable t >-say. There is money in largely: toithe'lack of grit to grind \
.'\yalualjle space to correct. I remain yours' truly ducks .if rightly managed, providingthere their feed. When'grbund'oyster shell
.The writer of tie.extract in,question L. Q KERMODE. are no drawbacks_ regards the can ,be had at your nearest depot for .,
exemplifies -that old but true,maxim, Glen Elbona. Gulf Hammock.' locality. .; $I..2S to $1.50. per 100 pounds, !and '.
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*'A little knowledge l is a dangerous : < ,. The advantages are, firsts eggs are this, amount will last zoo fowls eightto .
thing In :speaking '.of tobacco .jn Notes troinDeF.unl. 'Experimental more fertile; second, vermin never twelve months 'there is, no excuse ,
the, Qulf ,Hammock he- states .that .. Farm, .' trouble them unless it !is pur Texas for being .without it. I .also think the .
Messrs. Straiton & Storm; of Quincy, During the 'past two years this sta- fleas-I.have heard they did in I Localities feeding of whole grain is a : primecause
.}have Just been to the, Hammock."and tion has given.some attention to 'early.s. where they were numerous);. of such mortality. I scarcelyever .
report very-favorably of the crop'there, t potatoes..; Our.soil-'and climateare third; diseases that' ate our greatest: give whole grain to my ducks.
etc. This is, to put/''it mildly, quite especially'adapted to the ,production enemies tp' other: varietiesof .poultry, If I do it is in short days, and then
.. "incorrect, as Messrs: 'Straiton'&Storm I '.of the sweet potato, and farmers very.seldom"attack.a duck The only for a noon meal only, and I feed sparingly .
have,. I regret to. say never yet ,set' are accustomed'to ,raising them. 'If thing we have to guard against is overfeeding i '- .
foot in the Gulf Hammock. early potatpes could be, made profitable and damp quarters in cops l Ducks hatched_any% time before June .
All here, however: would greatly they would be'a new and sure weather. Cramps, a partial blindness 1st.will commence to lay in November,
appreciate a visit from those,enterpris- source:of revenue. '' rheumatism are the result of damp not usually untirafter the 15 th. W .
ing.-gentlenien :who are moving rabun- We bedded sweet, potatoes on. the 'qu rte s. We are in receipt of manya neyer save the eggs, to hatch until '
tains.for.Florida*at Quincy"and should first of,February in the following manner letter add postal card during the sea they have laid two or three .,weeks
tr .They happily'get time to do so 'We,feel A plat was selected'on' the south son saying: "!\Iy ducks are lame and' ''and then we can, :expect 'a .reasonable .
sure that the,peculiar suitability of thi* side of an out, -buildin : cAn't.walk. What is the matter with per cent. to be fertile, and as the reason -
a great Gulf '.Hammock for, tobacco A frame'was made about three '.feet them?" Our reply is. to ..withhold'the, advances the per cent' of .fertile .
raising will not escape such shrewd wide. and of the requited length with feed fbr three, days:and' they will be. eggsfiil' increase. A duck should' ,

., judges. .* .' the back of north side six or .eight all'right.We be fortified for ,egg'. production; and .
When the cacoethes scribendi seized i inches higher than the south', side. said; at the beginning that duck the feeding for eggs should commence ..
The Times Democrat correspondent.the'pav.eJIlent Dirt,was thrown outto* the depth of eggs were more fertile i ihan eggs from a month before you-. ,expect them to '
of his ideas was doubt-, ten inches. Six ioches"of.? fresh, other varieties of poultry We will lay. At this period you: must feed
.. less of the' est possible-texture, but in coarse horse stable manure was placed qualify that somewhat by saying, if liberally) on animal food, and keep it ..
correctness:of detail I.fear, he is hardly iIi the bottom and it was'covered with hatchedat home.; 'The eggs being' up during the egg season, 'for if. well
even.a focal Moltke. two or three inches,of good soil: :The large.and very heavy for the sipe of fed.and properly cared for, you' may

The enterprising Englishman potatoes were bedded in the., usual them,' they' do not stand transportationas expect, .165 eggs. ,from each; ,and .
.Kemiod 'by name, does not exist, for manner.and covered. withtwo: inchesof well as eggs that are smaller; and as.one. duck egg'is.equal to i 5-8 Ben'seggs .
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: ,the writer, sad to relate, is neither that soil. '. if the germ is inclined to be weak at in weight, you can readily see.. .
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nor 'a cute Yankee nor a vivacious A covering water-proof "plant- all, only, small percentage will hatch that it requires'a large amount of feed ,
Frenchman, 'stolid Teuton, nor a protection' cloth" was.placed, over if; carried a long distance. Where the, and of the.ri hest kind. A duck sel
'testy'Scot; flora '"wild,Oirish} Pat!" the; plants to keep in the heat generated ducks are in the best condition, not) dom takes a rest,' but lays air egg'
The.; raising of tobacco "on-a, very' :by the manure and keep :out too fat, and eggs well packed, they day up.10about July istt with the: exception ,
extensive scale" 2s also a .cobweb of cold rains., The bed should be kept should give fair hatch. Twenty;.eight of about two weeks in "Feb "
l his own spinning. ."J moderately moist with 'warm water., days is the ,time it takes for eggs to ruary ,or March, when they shed '
This is practically the First serious In[ two or three weeks a g .od'stand of hatch, and' they, will pip twenty-four .feathers. .
test of this section's suitability for the plants appeared. IQUTS-before, .1 leaving the shell .The -'Thus the advantages in ducks are: 01. ,

: raising .of cigar tobacco, though last :Plants; should bet ready to .set out first week they require much, if not Fertile eggs, very hardy (I havei:raised1 '
year Mr. Geo Beck got.out. several as soon as all danger of frost is, past.* more, *heat than chicks. When.one 99 per cent. of all I hatched this sea-
..' acres and obtained 274 cents a pound By' 'the*first of Jjuly.the large, red i 'week ,to ten days'old they are much, son), frees; from vermin, free from disease ..
for his crop. and white yams were ready for use*j more hardy than chicks,. and if fed and,can be-confine with ajtwo-
j- His tobacco, however, was not and..were followed two weeks-later by what they will eat clean:three times foot fence when grown. With good '
handled so carefully this. year's crop the; yellow or: ''pumpkin ,yani and Yel. day 'until eight to tea;and twelve pasture they will require but little' '
f .. has been.. .,B low Jerseys. No doubt the time of weeks old, they will: weigh from, eight feed in summer when not layipg. .
:Several of the best known Gulf maturity could be hastened by makingthe to twelve pounds to the pair, and cane Hawks do not trouble them: Lastly, .
.. Hammock.residents,' notably Messrs. soil very rich and giving thorough > raised to that age for ten cents per they yield the finest meat and.;cheapest Ii .
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: CowieAnderson, Wilson cultivation. expenses. ; we can. produce in Florida. There
k, .. -Watkins,Kerapton,Stanley, and! others,: These can be dug and marketed at. 15, I claim the cheapet meat supply is lots more, to be said on the subject, .
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,: too numerous to mention separately by any time and have sold readjly'in' the we have and the. es"t.Vhat. is nicer but I will stop for this time. .
: name",h.ave'gro\U1 fine crops,".and without local market for: $1.00 to $1:50.per than. .a young toast duck? It is a E. W. AMSDEN.> .'

.' .. -. being;. I,hope unduly elated, msh.el. mystery to me that more ducks are Ormond, ,Fla., Sept 10. '
( ', wje venture.tp hope a very fine. cigar After 'considerable inquiry i we are not raised in' Florida and less canned :
:- tobacco has'been raised. encouraged; believe that the earliest meats used. The Floridian says that F. M.

l Most of the crops round here have Florida sweet potatoes would coin- FOOD. Rogers, Jr., grew 35,000 pounds of
been raised from four varieties of seed: mand fancy prices in* all' Southern From, the first give soft food, -stale tobacco on twenty-fiye 'acres, the estimated -
1St. Florida Cuban:> Seed-sent"us by 'cities before- the growers in. more I read soaked: ,in milk if you! have_ it.For i value of which. is $6,500, or .
'," Mr.. H. J. Fenton, of Quincy.zd. :. Northern localities" could supply the the first,three days give water in : $260 per acre. The cost of this crop

A Cuban 'seed obtained, from' market., They must be handled with shallow dishes,so.they will not get wet was $2 .150. 'all told. .' \ .
Cuba via England.- great. care and packed in crates .or Until 1 they' are feathered ;; then. wa erwin '.' .
r 3d., Spanish, Comstock Florida ventirated barrels, like pears. It will not chill them. After the 'first 'ForMalar1&LiverTro

t" Cuban .seed-hom: United, States Agricultural require another year..to.test this matter week equal parts''of wheat bran and '*
: 'Department? ',. satisfactorily.However corn meal, scalded with tablespoon .ble, or Indigestionuse.BROWN'S ;

4th. Nicaragua; .)'. : .. ,' any portion of the,crop. of desiccated' fish to ,each dozen .IRON, BITTERS '.
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I : tlij r b A writer in the New England Homestead Messrs. Sgobel & Day have" inaugurated While the potatoes and, cabbageswere.
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lIIPRTCH 'tBRoWEh still in the ground.he set,
says. he'can :evaporate! about 25 the season on September.. i8th, tomato ..

'tA' .R.M'I"ERRUJ rU"RS.....te64.' IQIIANCEi ........... bushels of apples' ..a day, making about selling at auction, 253 boxes Florida plants'mere;pinch between of fertilizer them, giving-to start Teach: ,it a

. TtI. t.'- 150' pounds.," He employs,five womento lemons; which": brought :.$8734 to J'heymade their principal growth .on .

... SEPTEMBER24,1891.- .. prepare ,the apples and a man to $3.62 j prices varying according to the fertilizer left by the previous craps, 1

run tile evaporator At this rate -his quality and size.: .. Also one lot of thus keeping from :being wasted pn
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STEPHEN POWERS, ,Editor
;' P.p.Address, awtey, Fla. .. apples would net him ,from ten to fifteen sixteen boxes:fancy origin. stock stenciled weeds and .crabgrass through! the ;
The
L rainy season. tomatoes were
jf bushel. This would A.J.. & Co. "sold at
,
.J cents a yield Young with a minimum of labor and ;
,.Member of-Florida.:Iress. Association... certainly $50't )$6o"an acre. -A ten-: $4. 2%:-Fruit Trade Journal. r.i grown
.. '-- .. ( r cleared him! ,over :$50. ', k
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Affiliated. National. Editorial .here peach orchard in Florida', set,with. ". ", During the rpart of the .
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f i '. % Association' : .. mid-season.varieties'to give a success A Railroad War. strawberry land was.sown to cowpeas, ,i
. The Georgia Southern and Florida
and the vegetable laud grew up. in
sion;, ould'proQably'yield as well as ,
A soft KiefTer pear is' a .curiosity," Railroad Company have reduced passenger crabgrass, the two furnishing a large .

'but a poor one, when cooked, is-also that. 'This would not be_ ,brilliant t- but rates over their line from Ma- amount of .for 'ge.' If it had all-been'c

curiosity. it-would be safe and sure;' .and a.,ten- con to Palatka"", .to two cuts 'a mile.. red it would probably have weighedfour ..

.. a i .'. II.i .. .. acre orchard: could ,be cultivated with This .was..,done without' any request tons-an abundant. supply for his '

Will.cot some daring genius i : (, the i bout*is little labor asa' field'of corn. being preferred to the. other roads, to stock., _' ; '
.' ., join them without even a notification This instance illustrates the, princi
not ... :
country press register a vow toprint .
that reduction was.contemplated and '
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ple.. Some-of his yielded him
another rattlesnake story for 'a' Manager I yes,. of the Fruit Exchange after had their ad : crops
directly they given .little! or no profit; pthers did; and on *
solid. month? .. ,. in his,late Northern tour asked hesion, the? regular quarterly publi 'the.whole: he made a good years. oj

''. . the St., Louis merchants to sell orangesat cation of rates issued,,by .the Southern record.'J, r y
It is.said. that*a { armfuls of vermifuge Passenger Association. If the other, .
auction and other cities'do ,
,, as Chicago .
,. or .Jerusalem oak .scattered roads ,had. been requested join in B 1yinJr,the 'Weather'Bureau._
,and handle them for five f. .
through a .corn crib will protect the a percent this action and had ,refused and then The following' appeared In,a recent

'from 'the weevil, -also ,and commission. Mr. P. M. Kiely the, Gi S. & ,F. had appealed ,to..the. issue. 'of Our clever contemporary, the
grain peas
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.' states that no dealer there would touch people, the latter 'would, have hailed Titusville Advocate ,

,beans.. them for'less ,than ,and, their 'action with acclamations and 'It.iS'the .
..' ten p'er cent unexpected that ,happens, '.
Correspondents should always write .that the general. Opinion was that the would, almost,to a man, have stood and it will Jre the unpredicted hurricane '
by them to the end o"f the chapter.Florida'is which will come,,'along some*fine
business sheet auction'system.v'Qula succee4 in
matters on a separate not .
under burden of
groaning a and' tear things ', according to
from that* intended for the editor it St. Louis : day, up,
; excessive freight tariffs and '. .
passenger its own. sweet will. It is now well .
they do.nott their l letters sometimes*
get overlooked. I'he, continually arriving. shiploads. such extraordinary 'and discourteous predicts a gale we may.reljr upon unusually ;'J
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4 of the "everlasting imported banana,,." conduct:-:-to' state 'it "mild1ywith'dr fine weath'er." .
*. If Florida tannot, raise ostrich this, .from the pale of
; as The Vineyardist, calls them, are a company The "unpredicted hurricane" may
,* she least raise popular sympathy. ,. indeed if it ,I
can at. te'rrapihs and alligators grievous, thorn idol the 'sides of the come, but reaches the
,,and, has a, y'farm" devoted For .a comparatively short road ,coast unannounced it will not be for
,
: Northern fruit-grower. If the Anglo- sandwiched in between old and''pow l lack of watchfulness on the part of
.to-the;breeding of each.both ,which i Saxon 'cultivated this fruit erful companies strike out this
race there to way the officials of the Weather Bureau.

4 are' said to'be a success.-, '. .. 'would. be a tolerably. good' ;prospect, 'is, to:say the Jeast very rash. It is Any atmospheric'disturbancehowever,
impossible them to accomplish in the Gulf or'the sbuth
that; it would eventually run out about slight, seas ,
Tile: Florida.Fruit Exchange.: Exec the other anything 6f value, and, they are only or south east:of Florida is, especiallyat

r. :utive. Committee, in ;a. .circular. dated. one-half .fruit product of.theearth' .injuring.. the cause'of the people, .. this season of the year, carefully :
r Fortunately, k is i grown by -'. K.-.-- .
Septemberz5"hold thatt.z5a: box considered. ? by the forecast officials in ,
quite'a different HeKept the Land at Work. .
race Washington The hurricane that J
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on the.tree is a reasonable price for .
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"a fair average. quality. of fruitl"We Prof. Caldwell, before the WesternNew poor;, but with water d a handful l.of and property 'at Martinique recentlywas "

rfave; abox pf Japan chestnuts York Horticultural(.Society,stated' fertilizer it will yield ,"a surprising '.closely watched ,and when its .. .
amount of,vegetation in the course of direction was found to be towards the
from ,Baron von Lutticrjau,, .w ich. that,,on a German'expenmental vineyard < The "of the
.., a year. length growing South Atlantic Coast, cautionary
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:- x. prove to'be very ,rich and sweet, much J, ,with V ,crop of crimson, clover season is a a compensation of'.nature signals were promptly'ordered up :tnd' F .i'

r superior to the.Spanlsh. chestnuts. that nd. .n" application of' the.Thomas. for. this thinness of soil. the observers at various points were ,

we'have seen' and even to the North 4 phosphate" slag, 'an amount"" ofnitrogenwas Mr, G. T. Pierce, of Bradford, instructed to send hourly'reports and :

** .ern. They were. large, some being its. added< to the soil t'a cost of about county, believes. in ,keeping the ;land to,be. prepared to remain onijutyall' ; }
at work. Last he cultivated' in the conditions .
year night. case .gave any ,:
,inches. width. Their_ weak point' $25, to procure which from barnyard and
eight acres: .sold produce amounting indications of itsnear 'approach:
-seems to be t disposition. to..crack man ute would have cost between. $50 i "to over ,a. thousand dollars; :-net. Luckily it. recurred and moved towards r;

,open: and: mold We neglected to and! $75. We believe equal :results. He had six acres in "strawberries;. .a the northeast before i it came '

;acknowledge the receipt of abox' of would l be'possi-with Florida'clover crop which Occupies trje land ''a good near enough to the coast to justify the ',

; part of the" year, but the remainingtwo hoisting! of the storm*flags to .warn '
soft-shelled Princess' I'o
almonds from Dr.Cetso (beggarweed) an r best'ground
he 'had in and the
acres vegetables people of probable'danger.The ii
: Pierucci, of'Orange Heights. phosphates '. a constant rotation. About "
. .. kept up Weather Bureau never predicts a gale, ..
:They were fully' equal. quality. to.. the the first,of? October he,plante .-acre or cyclone without good reasons. So '

commercial article.i .. The, extensive flatwoods region constituting of English peas, raised a good crop long as cyclones..are so erratic fn.' '

: .. r 'Northeast. Florida. 'comprising and shipped, but was defrauded by their no, so long'will prognostics ;

It is,perhaps cruel to. make. .animadversions five counties and parts of several commission merchants so that he. occasionalY' .fail. The, only .

on. a .man in inisfortune/ more, ought, to be occupied by .hundreds barely cleared expenses pn this crop.A thing to.do is-to watch'them closely and :'

-, but rise remark little jater he 'planted the other send 'out urgent warnings .when .,
to that the
we. ,peach ,of dairy 'farms in the next .
fn an '
acre cabbage apd'.had excellent all the signs indicate that they will .
growers of Delaware have this year twenty years: 'Vi.fh'its heavy growth for land
crop high pine some of them strike a designated point. They may
received severe lesson 'on the value of wire grass,' which is capable of being ; weighing fifteen pounds. But it was stand still for days as regards their, "

of the old.ashi d.virt truthfulness. ,changed in a few,years into a val.uable not a good year for cabbages last progressive movement: but their !

'They cried "yellows" and "shortcrop" cultivated 'grass, one of the paS year he shipped thirty-five barrels, gyratory :,motion, which sometimes,
and made a small profit; but feds out .causes such great devastation -
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so persistently. that the Balti- palums: together wi.th'the. Japan and .
and gave away a great many, besides active. #II"very ...:
more canners were not' prepared to take Florida! clovers l we regard this as ; 'using and preserving what he wished. Then again it may die out or move' ,

,care. of the en mous. yield, the basket- natural dairy region. There_aije: vast In .February; he plowed the acre-on, in another direction, and many will ..

makers.' were away behind, ,and the areas of it where every quartersectionwould which the peas had grown, dressed it be ready to declare the prognostication :

growers, ,as a .result; had to see thousands support a family, even with the with a ton of'fertilizer and planted it a failure and, censure the .forecaster .!

of 'bushels of. good 'peaches"dumped native wire.ir&iss supplemented with* 'to Irish potatoes. He shipped ,thirtyone for unnecessarily alarpiing the. :"
barrels, which netted him. .about people, wheteas, in fact the best of,
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SEPTEMBER' 2*, 1891].. 'IHE" FLORIDA_ DISPATCH, FARMER AKD FBUITHBRQWER" ; : : .. -169'\: <. .... '

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the would advance uT the cholera morbus and'cholera infantum" .,
cyclone to July: sweet com (Stowell's'Evergreen QUESTIONS AND'REPLIES.
w direction -indicated. Any one who the; carrier and commission man wijl )) from. May i.st* August i5th, .
has noticed the.-uncertaip movements do, well'to get their pound of flesh, and good fresh fruit from the trees 65 All reasonable questions,coming from* qb crl-.,
of dust whirls in the'streets can form and the producer'will have to, be in the :3 ber,will be answered a*promptly possible if addressed .' ,
content days rear. Mother nature.does; to the.editor at Lawtey. .* .
t, some* idea of how whirls of greater, with the luxury of c.ursingthe more for us in Florida than} in .any Replies cannot be siren by malL "
magnitude may behave. Instead of railroad,'commission ,man and express other spot on the green earth with the .
.. -holding the Weather .Bureau' up to" company. L repeat, if all the above: least help. Railroad is a good fellow. 181. ANGORA GOATS, P. W. .P.,
.. ridicule' it would seem more appropriate requirements are, carried out, the lie ."came down here like the rest'of Dray ton Island, FIa. 'Write to H.. A,
Daniel, Glen St. Mary, Fla. .
if men would study peach business can be made a success .
newspaper us speculatiOn, thinking that a few m ORANGE INSECTS. A. J. P.,
,I its methods somewhat and.. endeavorto until Georgia comes,in with'htrs. 'acres of pulverized! coral .would-tnake Yalaha." The insects on the orange sent,
enlighten .their'readers, for in spite The*inhabitants of this country are him happy We are glad }he. is here; by you are the mealy bug (Dactylopius" '
-.of the fun that has been poked at.the so perfectly disagreeable that'they can we'could-not get -on*without him. I destructor), aa.determined py Prof.. C. V.
'
Weather Service for the past twenty only agree tq 'waste, all}of the surplusof think with all ,his 'large prices his'',dividends recommends Riley of Washington. Prof. Hub. 11l. ..
a thorough with
spraying
.years it has'-gorieright: along gradually everything grown in the State. on stock would look very solutidn of murvite, one'part to 250 of a .
.. improving in its methods. Its fore.' They seem to take the attitude' of the much 'like the. returns that the man water, as the most effective against this '

.casts -are today more accurate. than jackass'dancing among the' chickens, got- on his green: peaches at four anda insect.[ r ,
., ever before: Thousands of 'businessmen and say, "Every man for himself." In half cents p'er:pound in Boston. 183. :ROOTED.G TTINGS. A.. ',S., De- .
Land. We think
.. and farmers consult them before thisway.wt get an excellent ,crop'a f: :But ,the railroad; will carry the green wbuld'.apply, hardly to trees this so well system to
orange as
,beginning the Jay's work.. The money What shall I call 'it? I think stupidity peaches Just..as cheap as'the ripe ones., deciduous trees. 'We" have, however, in
value of the' leather service to certain''sections is the word.' Thousands;.yes, tens. He is patient under the curses, but the case'of a tree badly reduced by -dieback -..
of the. United States is very' of thousands of bushels of strawberries, takes pound of flesh and reads the -cut it back to a' mere stub and replanted '

. great and to'prove the esteem in which, rot on..the groq annually; that;would' heading! -of the New York Puck: .Write.toH.it, and M.\ it-grew with great vigor. "

.. .' itis' "held by the, people, let. an..effort'be make millions ,gallons of good wine ,"What fools.these mortals be '" Texas.. Stringfellow* Hitchcock. ,

made to abolish it. Let those who and 'thousands of jars ,6fj j jam. .We -. M.. A. .CUSHI G, M D.,' i&i. OXIDE OF IRON., J. P.0., Crescent
' .chopse 'ridic le'it, .but the'people who send!the money to Carolina and Tennessee Paradise. near. Waldo.. > City. The last two numbers of the '
> are .reasonable and who understand and,. get roJ.guyhiskey.' and Je. i i- ". paper have given about all the informa-
something about it and have tested its the jam*we buy of our English cousinswith ,. Write for Your Paper. tion we'can impart at present on'this '
.value will continue. to profit by>their .clover seed for imitation berry Editor Farmer:and Fruit-Grower: subject. It.is on record that rusty; iron .
.,. filings have several ',times 'produc d
remarkable
been
Having from,home
.knowledge. By reason of the more seed. Let our tomatoes ,and/cuRes away for growth in sickly fruit trees. .
'liberal policy adopted by the'Depart. rot on the ground bY' the thousand some time past and having had so' 185.: ,NO MOREf\ PLANTS.. L. 'T.,
ment of Agriculture: to which, the! bushels arid send the cash ,North for many things to occupy my mind I have Macclenny\ wishes us to state that- his .
:'Weather: Bureau was transferred on pickles and tomatoes in cans and bot even neglected to read our ,paper, the' supply of,strawberry plants is exhausted.. '

July' jst, the forecasts will be, more tles. Millions of tons of pine straw FARMER AND FRUITGROWER, regularly. 186.. STRAWBERRY PLANTS. ''V.- .
generally: distributed. Arrange.menaare arid grass burned annually that could: ." In future; however, I will try to M.\ R., ,Kansas"City.. Plants sent as' directed .
make amends for past negligence and .- _
'being perfected in a number of be gathered quickly and cheaply witha
States for the establishment each of horse'rake. Cash. goes North for will try to.take. time:.also to communicate 187. CACTUS FRAUD.- A. H. F., .
: 'At
Fla.
Georgians, the instance. of
a
fifty additional weather signal'display( commercial fertilizer, at'big prices. to the readers; of fourt paper subscriber who had lost' money by the.

,. stations, and a circular to citizens has The fertilizer enjoys it, knowing whatever I may..learn,by the. light'of El Paso Cactus Company, we promptly ..
. c been issued. offering to telegraph; fore- that-.it'will only last for one crop. experience.: denounced itby name several weeks ago. I
casts to, any'section -display Send North for hay when two good ] There is' one thing in which great The item must have escaped your notice.

man can be secured to attend to the crops can be/raised here yearly on one majority of our. practical.farmers make 188.. PROTECTING. YOUNG TREEs. -.
'an almost unpardonable mistake. i J.,W. G., Pal tka. The best 'mode of
displays. The Weather Bureau is do- piece of ground. ', ,
protecting trees is to tie
young tbe-Iong. .
They bury their faknt. Then there i ia is
ing good work and:will continue to The oranges growers, .send theirmoney leafy s.tems.of. the ,broom grass.around .. .
improve in'usefulness, and it would be. to Maine..for boxes,, leaving disposition on-the; part of -few,' Yam them, from the ground clear up into the .
'to the ,interest of the, people jof this their own forests 'th rwou1d supply! sorry to say, to selfishly monopolize 'head unless the latter has "fdliage,thick
whatever knowledge,they acquire. enough to'Keep the sun off...1I.kea.bun.. .
State and the best ,
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to.ease
mocking try to or as good they. purchase 4
: ,. I have heard the remark "What I die as big as your arm, with the trunkin
increase.its power:' for good by hearty the r wappers and burn their own !fiber : the middle, and wrap it ":ell. Afthe
the. thousands have learned belongs to me and I propose : bank the-earth' six
co-operation.. by ? of tons annually ground up inches deep
v .. 4. t To cap the climax they-try to "beat toprofit by' it. I always feel around it. This is" Mr. J. P. Taber s-
MenWlthRlchHablts. the well 'established law that demand sorry for those little fellows;,it would method, and it is. the best we have seen.
; .. be better for the oinmunity. if their 189. NEW ORANGE.PEST. Will
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.Editor. Farmer sad Fruit Grower: and,supply fix the market; ,ctirse the -- one .
friends would kindly .Dore 'a gimlet. or more 6f experienced orange growers
article that in relation4al railroads and ,
The you printed commission men and relate in.your columns the.best "methods '
peach culture at Waldo gives ipsist that the 'North,'must swallow the hole in a stump and, having carefully of destroying or combatting the scab? .. .' .

me so much annoyance that I shall : whole crop in ninety days, whether itis'one placed them therein, ., dtive' ,a peg -in There is a-minute :white 'fly that has recently .

have to say a few"'words In regard to qr ten millions\ of'boxes at fancy over them. begun: to .prey upon the orange .
There"'are others who. when trees, causing the l leaves to fall and '
vthe approached -
matter and niay refer to other mat. prices. 'The, fact -is we have overproduced 'I the the.
greatly reducing vitality trees.
ter ofinteres't. to Florida.':. What I-refer for the time that we have to in person are muincative_ Some of your readers would' be glad to '
'to is then w Dixie. I have in and : enough- and seem willing that others it. ?. \ .
; peach ship the outlook. 45 that it willdouble know what to dolor -' M. RICHARDSON -
had number of applications for buds' in ten years; and what 'we may share tfieir knowledge. Bu how BoardmaH, Fla. .
and theyrequire.answers and returningpf must 'do is to find.the chemist that few: of the real tillers of the soil ate Je. .
I will '.here that ,willing or have any disposition to tell Aaron .who lives ,
funds so say rjght can turn the orange peel:into a;texture Geiger, near ;?:
I. have no budstQ: sell or give awayt or. impervious to water and air without what tl,1eyknow through the medium Athens, Clay County, says He ,owns .
'trees; but intendin. due time.to ,put injury: to the orange, and let the people of the public press.' This tact is to be two orange trees which' are a small.. jgold
the new 'peach Dixie 'and Sub-acid have them in June, July and deplored. To all such I would say* mine to him. He says he will
into the 'hands of some reliable nurseryman '; .August, and then we will have it in an your future happiness depends to a gather at least 100 boxes of oranges '

or! do" it myself; of which I. orange shell instead of a nut shell. large .extent upon the prosperity of off these frees this season: Aa there '. .

will l give. due notice. I :will say that Cold storage has failed;; Qur hope i is bur common country! ; and, if the are, on an average, about,150 ianges.
!" nave:been experimenting in peach in chemistry. Then Send"iis the man' .wretchedness incident to' ignorance. to a' box,, these two trees will yield

growing the past twelve years; have, to bring it out, and JSL pomological and poverty surrounds you your life 15,000 oranges. [We doubt very much
tried fifty varieties. Yet I'do not feel man that Can 'transform .a portion of can but be a bu/den to you. If everyman if the tree ever grew in Florida that...
entirely confident what to.Advise} in the trees to give us good and perfect and woman acted on the princI- wpul 'the matter. I have reached' ,a few-' oranges in. September, October andNovember. ple of."eVery one for himself and the'devil DISPATCH. ;] '
' take the hindmost," what a ventable' .l% .
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conclusions in regard to ;the business This.done'Wecanfurnisjia .
so that I feel warranted in saying: good and perfect Florida orange ,hell on earth we should havel it! I take,great 'pleasure in. informing .

,_ (r) you must ,produce a good peach .! everyday in the jean.. Therefore tell what you'know tell the President of the Horticultural Society : .
[fancy, good site, color and flavor: ; ((2)pick )) I believe'this ,can, be done. The to your"neighbors, tell it abroad, and that, choice varieties of guavas .
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above it in the columns' of
it at the right time; ((3)) so pack it signs of the. times arethat Florida is: all, tell can be propagated from the cutting
that it will reach the market'' in, good near a line of steamers direct from i the FARMER. AND FRUIT-GROWER. and can show him" a number of trees .. .

conditionso: that it will be an ornamentto Liverpool and London.. It is -queer Eustis, i 1a. CHAS. F. MAY.' so produced. I havV had 200 .one- .
'the-first class fruit store: ; this ,done to. me that, a '''FloridIan should'] com- i < year-old trees'forsale, all grown from ,
041n. say'from xoth, of .May to ipth 'ol plain of poverty whena; well cultivated The Ocala Lime Works is burning, the cutting. The_ same treatment that "

June will pay'the producer,'carrier and garden will give,him good fresh vegetables out at its works, 125 barrels of lithe a you would give the fig or pomegranate .

seller.. iB every day In the. year-peas: day, and empl.yes .from 'fifteen to cutting will answer for the guava. 'But .
But: if they.are sent green, immature I I beans, Insh and sweet potatoes cabbage twenty hands. : .It is A veritable. bee. this is no ad. add Thave no. trees' for '
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y, .- .. school-house door.? Ah, !hoyrglad he was are hunted 1ou : F s to enter and to study'with'} rest,;, for from howdahs., In; central arid that led Her little brother to say to j
.. Our ; the ticking-would ,ntft' follow. if he 'only Southern India tiger: shooting is 'chiefly her the other day while. taking her ,:

.! .... 'd a '" did hIS best!" attempted i in the hot season, nd the tigeris morning nap' If.BushMattie:.not. so ,
M -. I v ''Tm.gladhegot.ridof the horrid,'old either driven by beaters-past the ..treeon loud, or you'll. wake: yourself up." .
t Th Old nock: Story.. thing'said! ? Johnny. which the sportsman sits, or followedup .' .-
Little Johnny"never !liked to go to bed, *,*,Ah, but he had learned a lesson: I When eith .r' on an elephant oron foot. I think it's.a .bad plan to have the ..}.
The fact is, there never was a little boy the bells rang'loud and.clear, who of all OccasipriaTly especially when,a tiger Has sexton and the undertaker, .in the same '
who was sorrier':than he was when.the the village Children was so.quick'as' 'he been wounded, a herd of* buffaloes ',are man.** "'Why?,"" "The temptation to 1

clock struck eight, and 4 he,was.told it to hear?: And, whatever'lie was doing, employed to drive him.out of the cover, 'encourage undertaking by keeping the. .
was' bedtime. ? .. at his work:or at his play? ,, when the which they do very effectually,charging, church. cold must.be alin.os$ too strong." 1
"It's always eight..o'clock just as.we'rehaving clock'struck; he would listen, glad and him in a.body if .he does not retreat. "1
,, the most fun!" he would.say; and ready obey. Now; my bov.'if you don't Tigers ca.p'tured'young are easily tamed, Teacher Tommy Bingd this excuse :
beg for just a few-'m.oments"more play listen when I tell you it iSelg\t; ,I'll come and many of the adult animals in menageries that you have brought me for being absent f
with BoJ or Sister Emily;'who were much' ticking. whirring,*jump hg-" .are perfectly good-tempered! yesterday looks.very much a*! if you J
elder than ha and were allowed to sit up "Why, my dear; little. Boy, here .y6u' .and.fond of being noted and caressed bythose had written it. Tommy' Bingo-:Mother .j
longer. But all the begging and coaxingwerebf are-asleep on the stairs and, the clock : whom they )know. They have.re- always did write like me,'ma am. '

> ,no avail; the.blg-old'clCkon. the striking nine!I" peatedly bred in confinement, although .,
i stairs had certainly 'struck eight loud' Little'Johnny sat up and rubbed his not so freely as.lions. and the cubs more Mr. Ticks=Adam was certainly .i in
enough for all to hear; ,and to .bed be i e es,*and looked very hardat hs| mamma rarely. thrive.: -New'York Sun. great luck. Miss "WicklesHow was
must certainly go; : : and thenat the clock but the steady old w-- t. .. ,-.__ that? Mr. Ticks-Why, when he got a
"I tell you what old fellow;? said he timepiece was.looking asit always did Pat's Deception.An .. wife he had only.to give up a rib, aridnow .'
$ 'to the clock, one evening as,lie,was on and ticking as soberly $''ever..-AANIE L. it takes all the back-bond a man has'
his way upstairs *_?your.e* the' "greatest HYDE,'in.$t. Nicholas. inside earful of travelers. was toiling got;just to think of getting married., ,. .$
.. bother the house! You makemore noise > .e. 'up one of the long hills in the county .. .;
when its eight o'clock, then we children Traits of the Wicklow. The driver leaped down from' !"I never; saw""a man that knows'I less,"
and Tiger. '
Tip blindriian's-buff:dpwn-stairs/and.I Origin: .; his seat in..frontand,walked by the side "He isn't very' brilliant,. that's' true." 4
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think you can't be.quieter, .better 'tigeris an Asiatic animal exclusively of the'hbrse. The poor beast toiled'slowlyacid "Why I remember last "winter when, I :
just leave ando, somewhere else I .Do. ; and.ranges,. in suitable situations! wearily but the six inside'weretoobusily had such a severe cold, he was the only 1
'you hear?" But the old clock ticked on as from the Amoor to the' Island of .Bali- engaged in conversation to notice man I met that didn't no\v' and tell me. ;

.loudly,as ever, and Johnny thought he and from Turkish.Georgia to the ISlandof how slowly the car progressed. a"sure cure for it right ofI:" ., '. .
; saw a sort of smile on its big.round face., Saghalin, but does not exist in Cey- Presently the dryer,opened the door S
He sat down on the stairs oppositetto havea lon. In spite of the great 'destruction of at the rear bf the car and slammed to Mrs. Lafferty'(visitor):-:Your daughter .
good look. -Yes, there certainly was a tigers in'India they'Still live,according to again. The; passengers started, but has a.foine touch.Mrs.: -Moriarity. Mrs.

".,smile, and; what was.stranger: stillthe Mr. Blanford,, wherever large tracts of thought the driver was only assuring M.-Yis, so they do be -tellin' me; an' ,
'w 'loud ticking as he listened sounded likewords forests and grass jungle.exist, and they himself the door was securely closed. sure 'tis no wonther, "for she loves the
and gradually he could hear whole are specially ;Common in the forests at Again the fellow opened the door and pianny an' never fires of it. She has a ..
sentencesin rhyme, something likethis:: : the base of the, Himalaya. 'Tigers at slammed- it to' again. The travelers: great tashte for music, 'but thin that's ..

''Strange ;you never-hear me striking,. least occas onally'a company the tigress turned around 'arigrilv and asked why, ownly natural, for her 'gran'fatherrliad :
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telling y.ou-it's' growing late! Don't and her cubs, for. these animals! like lie disturbed" them in that manner. his skull! d open wid.a cornet at a tim ti
'you: know 'you're: very sleepy,'and*I've lions,;: re monogamous. The young remain -' "Whist; whispered the fellow;""don'tspake perance picnic. .
told you it !IS eIght?' with themothers, until nearly or so loud-she'll overhear us., t. .
d : "Dear me, how* very strange! 8J\id' quite full'grown. *By 'day the tiger takes "Who is she?" Indigestion! Miserable' Take BEECHAM'S '
little Johnny. ."You're the funniest old up its abode in d ep* shade, especially in "The mare. Spake low,"he continued, LLS. . .

clock I ever did, see. I didn't know your the hot season, arid generally near water. putting his hand over his nose and mouth. ,
'Sure I'm'desavin' the crayturel.! Every; .
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.. could'ta.lL"' : They swim well and will even cross arms "
Then' ,the clock ,r "Ah! you of the sea,.but-very rarely ascend trees. time she heats the door slammin* that :i
.. never stop to. listen tough I call you Tigers t spring much less than is popularly way she thinks;one of yez'is gettin,down : .

everyday," in the ,morning foryoures' supposed,' and ..r rely move both their to walk up" the hill. and that ,raises hersperrits. .
sons in the evening from your>play: All] hind legs off.the ground. They 'rear a ..
day long I stand here calling if you children good deal' less than lions do, although The insiders took the. hint,-Tit-Bits., .I .
would but heed. Sometimes-when their call is Very similar. Mr., Blanford .- J' \
'they dp not listen it.is.very''bad indeed!" says, ", 'Then hit by a Gullet a tiger gen- \ .:: ORANGE PEHL.DashawayI : .
"\Vhy asked', .Johnny. The but ,at 'all .
'. ?? little : erally .roars, tigresses, or .
clock went on: "Once I heard a dreadful events very often do not. I'haye.'bn -
have fallen into the bad-
w efory "of a boy sq fond of play he three occasions at least known a' tigress' habit of to ClevertonI .. .
myself lately.
would never: ;hear us calling, :,never to receive'a mortal wound and pass on talking 'looking :
,wanted to.obey" without making sound., .' wondered why you' were. .
'Tell me all about rums; said little The ordinary food of tigers consists of so bored. -w ,, .'. w

L Johnny, deeply interested. pigs, deer, antelopes,and,atrahge to say, vSkinflint-:VVhat-would .if'I
"Far away' from here it. happened, in porcupines,which one would think wouldbe I you say
the land where I "was born.; All the rather awKward mouthf ls. They asked .you to take something a.t my expense bALLIAII.OE

week, ',he plAyed and shouted, gathered also/sometimes kill and eat;,: bears arid ? Old Boy-'VoJ.lICin't say .any .
poppies in the corn,' climbed the trees for young* gaurs ; and buffaloes, although, thing. I'd just. faint. ._, .
nuts* and'pples,'helped the farmer' toss. such wild cattle, if adult, are more Than 'Are -' Mr. Budd she "V
'.. the hay,chased the butterflies and rabbits a match for the tiger. When hard pressed youa linguist, ) CCL.TIVATOK. .
'asked the occasion of his first.Tall.
"all the golden 'summer day. .But,when during inundations they will eat fish,tortoises on" For field, garden and.gnrre. "The best cnUira-
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rang the village school'bellS, calling,calling lizards, frogs, and even locusts. Oh,'no, he'8.WJwer: d,.";jl never linger. tor I ever saw," is the verdict of all who iced. It. .
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long enough vrorks either level or ott a bed;perfectly adjustable .
far and wide and kill of domestic '
bright-faced They great numbers animals ;cleanest cutting;lightest draught. ,
.village children,laid their toys and:games and sometimes live entirely ,on of No. 13 supel'ltition"is.not Bvery cultivator fully warranted. Price$zo.1'
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,. aside, he,was crying, pouting, scolding, cattle, and they,have a .distinct prefer- The origin ? GODBBY & HARRIS. "
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'No'he wouldn't; should: go, till -at gnce for beef over', mutton. Thetiger
misfortunes met with who
"; .... ., last his i gentle mothergrieved and weary. appears.ordinarily to kill cattle by clutching home until men after 12 had never FOR SALS-One ,second hand. Washington -
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left him so." the forequarters with jts paws and came somethingto Press for sale cheap at this. office. .
"What a very naughty boy!' aid little' then seizing the throat in his haw 'from with it. Write. for. particulars.' !' ..
Johnny. ". underneath and forcing it upwardand .
"Loud the kitchen clock eras calling; backward until the neck dislocated.." .
.'Hurry; hurry, do not stay? Still there ,.' The.enQrmous"muscular power of the
time foryou'to catch; them; ,run I-ndjoin':! tiger is shown by the way in which it can :
them while, you may!' My, how loud transport large carcasses of oxen over .pt I D ,
that clock was ticking! But he didn't stop rough ground, sometimes lifting the body j

to. ,hear, singing, dancing through the I completely off the ground.-very hungryone
r ra ado.ws without thought of care or fear.. will devour two hindquarters in one .
Now,the bells had all.done tolling, they night, but generally ,remains three Qr -, Brilliant !I. '
I,: ,.' had closed the school-bouse.door, still he four: days near the carcassfeeding at in. 1 ., .
seemed to hear that'tickin even louder tervals. A tigress':with cubs is often very r -

Than h -fore.. Then he looKed) behind: destructive, partly, it is said, in brd.er.to Durable'IEconoml. .! .. ;.:..
oh.horiQrJand! his very heart''' stood teach the young tigers to kill their'own :

ru.for jUaeMtchen clock was following, prey. Though they usually do so: kill, all! .':
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jumping, bumping down the'hill!": they; do not disdain carrion. CaseS*are ..
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"Oh! how dreadful!I" said little Johnny.. even recorded.of a shot tiger bein ;:de- '
I; "F 8t' he flew across the meadow, I voured by anether of its own species. Diamond Dyes excel alt:others In Strength, Parity, and Fastness, Nose ct&er are

k" climbed the fence and leaped the brook;, i. The.orainary cattle-eating tiger is a just,as good. Beware of imitations, because they are made of cheap and inferior malenak
1! 'btttrka'knew: the*clock was following,' :-great co ward the of .
.in presence man, end giVe ,weak, crocky colors. To be sure of success use only the DlAMOKD DYIB
f. though he.dared not stop to look. ,Louder 1 and ,often allows himself to be.pelted off. poor '
for coloring Dresses; Stockings,Yarns, Carpets, Feathers, Ribbons, &c.; &c. We waraat
loader came the ticking; faster ,flew: The man-eating tigers are those which "
" (] t&e frightened child-stumbling, ,falling have got faiandheavv, or.being disabled them to color,mare goods, package for package,than any other dyes ever made, aad.to ffft ..
) through the hedges, over thorns and from.age orhl jury find man an easy prep;, more.brilliant end:durable colors. Ask for the DIAMOND, and take,no ether. .

:. 'branfeies wild!" and when.once they have got:ove .thelr Send postal for l> ;'Book,Sample Carf.directions! 'fcr coking; Photos.,sacking.t5. finest Ink or P', ., -
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seen. ear species a Cio oats.a quart)( .sc. Sold by DroggiiU. Address r
It .. Johnny:" tiger may become" a fearful .scourge. .
t ': ''When;( atT 6tall worn'and tired, the Thus in lower Bengal alone 4218 persons WELLS; RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington, Vt."For j

'poor child could run no more, ;tfien. he- were killed by them between "1860 and Bronrtng Sold, &Hyer, "Broase
Gilding or '
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,':SEPTEMBER 24,. 1891] '" -, : THE. FLORIDA DISPATCH,.FARMER :AND ERUIT-GROWEK. 4. :pit

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: r months-since.. thIS' 'f1 si call and we NEW KODAKS., Preserving the 'Complexion.A ..

Oui1ui'aI71brne f! : believe ; have ,been .
: yerily. we not. .away great deal can be done towards '

";" ,.. .. since*, But,it seemed to be our fate,' having.a*fine and smooth) complexion, .
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.. Perhaps,in getting up i in the morningwe by a systematic treatment of rubbing, .'
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.Idle Words.. of tl1t/Wrong'.sideof '
had'gotten'out '',You press the says The Ladies Home Journal., A "
: For Or.R.ura1IIome.. 't: the b..d and' of course could not ; fine towel l or a bit of red flannel are :. .

'.Too often has it'been our' misfortune remedy the evil;/unless we went back ''buttonwe ,- best for rubbing twice a day, ,or, four : '. r

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way jars upon our senses, making 'us we'-did not propose ,to do:" Any way : do-the. rest,. By degrees-as the..skin gains tone :

e feel irritated i and'put out when,we Can it had spoiled our'walk: and.we.turned' and'elasticity from having thrown: off ,

hardly find cause for it, but which has around. go back. SenD New Styles. and Sizes, the.,waste matter in its ducts that kept '; .... .

greatly disturbed us. nevertheless. :It Thinking quIetly to purseltwe w.ere. ALL LOADED WITH: Transparent Films.: it clogged, sickly and. 'flabby-the ... "

was hothing but,&h idle word dropped beginning to recover, our lost equanimity For. sale by all Photo. Stock Dealers. friction can'increase in energy The ;y: '

from the mouth of a friend and that when'we'see some one approach-, ; THE:EASTMAN. COMPANY, skin becomes, not tougher,. but mor ..- : ,

is.why itdis'turbs: Perhaps, we love feel" mad, are almost attempted resistant.. If the rubbing is. too.hard '
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the speaker too well to ,resent it, but to turn and flee,as' if from at first, however,, it is liable to. produce '; '

the feeling is;there and ,will have to' pestilence. .But no, it is, too'Jate. educated redness? and -pimples. Even .
dentist knows the second.
be chased away.: It may be We are' Being engrossed in our own, thoughtsof set will be I educated.fan slight friction'will 4<>, this, at times on r
erupted.
over-sensitive'and'attach' 'too much "whaf will they -say about,our: going say an. unaccustomed skin. ,But the' ,
tist for there are called
importance to them, but 'then'o i' .out so much we: do not see the ; men Dentists treatment should be persevered in' ,
who know ,'aboutthe order in ;
no more
friends should understand us better cheery face of the new comer Until we nevertheless, and the skin\ sqon becomes .
'which a.second" of teeth' .
e set are
and talk to us as ,we would to them. Hear -apleasant voice haying "How: erupt; ,.extraordinary fine and smooth. .'
.. : ed than they know of the state ofdentistry' .
For instance, some one crimes into do you do? .I ha veI\'t seen you out for jn the moon and. I --..'. ., .
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: .our*room: and looking out of the window I such a long time. I am'so glad-to;see never Young People Should Have Plenty
yet. saw a physician that knew the, ..
''ejcclaims? there Miss you!" Our heart warms the sweet '.
"Why -t9 '
goes of Sleep. ,
order in which the first teeth shouldbe -
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'extracted. In fact many df them A German specialist Dr. Gold Jias '
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..'V ereupon we feel-well: we feel] like before we realize it chattingaway
which the
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Miss B. }had committed a heinous' at a lively rate upon various*topics. temporaryand recently plea.dedJor giving'younpeopie -

crime and ,was almost a fit subject .for When' Mist B.V name is innocently which are permanent when ,they, more sleep. A 'healthy )infant
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l look ,into.a child's mouth Let the sleeps .most oi the time during the' .. .
mentioned and -asks
the gallows while the mating. our companion :
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mother : "
intelligent arixious about the first weeks and the
in early ,
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the remark unconsciously,. goes -on Have you .seen her new bonnet? It .
It'
: and of her child'steeth '
beauty permanence people are disposed to let'children .
is and What
with! another topic entirely, forgetting'wha just lovely so becoming a
examine a "standard work on much will.. But from
had l is. sleep as as .they .
they j just said :which had lovely girl .she anyway; anything
anatomy and see 'when, each ,pair' of six when school .
to seven, Begins, '
made such impression our undisciplined would be, becoming to" her! Our
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: upon the' second set is to be erupted and there is At '
mind. *" immediately( and a Complete change. the.
spirits go awa/up j
have'the first extracted in that order. ,..
of ten or'eleyen, the child sleeps ..
age.
'Going out we meet another; this we feel. there is still some.joy in life..
This is her only safe course, unless her eight or nine hours, when he needs at
time it is one that is not sensitive 'to ,Leaving our> friend .we go'on.thls .
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or as grows
bonnets but is'a close observer"and time) communing in .this strain: '
1,' work on anatomy that he is guided by'it. older the time of rest is shortened. '
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immediately observes that we" are are we anyway we ,
I Many of the first teeth must. be Dr. Cold believes that, up to twenty, -
slighfly disturbed and at once remarks :. around the world and is this the homestretch
'Why, here you ,are to be :suie -and : ? No, it is'none of these. It.{is extracted when it requires a hard pull a youth needs nine hours1 sleep and .
with the the above writer to' .
I forceps, ? an adult should have eight or'nine.. '
you look like 'a walking funeral;, did merely ,that we are.impressionable? and the notwithstanding '
; With insufficient the
you ,hear ,that;;burglars broke' i into the have been listening to and attaching contrary. sleep nervous' '
Wa' E. DRIScoLLdianatee
bank Jast night?" .Alas'for, us t we importance to things/that! / were never Fla." system, and brain especially, not <. .

had heard. of the burgl ..neither intended to be thought again, and .' resting enough, and ceasing to work-: .

'did we care,, but it did provoke Us; had .gone from the lowest Depths to George. ,Gould's'. Domestic Wife.. 'normally, -we'find exhaustion, excitability -- .

those idle words, "You look, like.a th.e.extreme heights.! Was it our fault' Mrs."George J.: Gould,. who ,was aMiss and intellectual disorders gradually ,' '
funeral." We knew: : that took'things 'as they sounded taking the place of( love of work, '.
walking we were we Edith Kingdon, i is a ,famous, ,the
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blue,,but had tried,hard to look bright, when ;we'' should ,have merely 'considr young housekeeper, says: The Ladies' general initiative.-Scientific wellbeingand} spirit, ,
American.
but it had evidently been;a failure and ered that they'were said to,fill up an ,Home Journal. She,
tlje, words kept on ringing in our ears.. idle: cpnve'rsation? And it is ever thus. society-none"'Of the Goulds do; no ... f

.. Moralizing to ourself as we' pass on Cheery ..words arid bright smiless are matter what is.. said 'to the :Confrary- .

we wonder why people will say such the golden coins.that pay our way into but devotes,.all of her time to her husband EVERY FAMILYShould

discouraging things. They might just the. brightand:beautiful beyond whereall ,' her children and her home.

as well have said, "Why> here.you things are as they seem."* E. She does "all her own marketing,' be provided with Ayer'a Pill*. '

are; did you/hear about the! burglars?" knows how to select a good j joint, and No other aperient Is in such general demand -

and then we wo ld. have thought pur:' Care of.Children's. Teeth. better'still knows-how to cook it. Mrs. .. profession.or.so highly Mild but recommended thorough in by operation the .

face was expressing what"we:: wished it For Our Rural Home. '* ', Gould is the wife of the prospectivelyrichest ,'these pills are the best of all rem '

to. and gone, on our way rejoiciog. The-.article in the Sept 3d,number of man in America. She has millions edies for constipation',biliousness,heartburn .

,. We;meet another. This,time' 'we your"pap r.entItled'Care of Children's at her comnfand, y t.sh. ,does indigestion,:flatulency, loss'of appetite -. "

do not Know what to expect, but have Teeth," is excellent jn the main. But not squander,a penny. Her'husband liver complaint,-and sick headache .

been taught by our, previous- experiences why a writer able give's\1ch sound gives her a fixed income for household 'malaria,; They, relieve break rheumatism up colds, fevers and ,neuralgia and ,

that it is the unexpected I advice could make such .a mistake as expenses. and liberal\ allowance each and are indispensable to travelers

.that always.happens." ,so '{ prepare our- the'following' is hard to account' for. :'year for' .clothing.' She keeps' a little ,either by r- 'land or sea. .

S 'self as a target for almost anything,: He says:" "These .teeth .(the temporary .book in which is 'set down" the sums Sugarcoat- Needs ed and com"

and, put on our most courageous air as ones) may be taken 'out by the of money she receives and spends; and pounded of! I the' purestvegetable .

much as to say, "We're not afraid,' .child with its own. fingers," and intimates once each month'she balances it, and be taken with impunity cathartics by, .

come on !1'" and on ,they come. As that there is danger, the sec. pays all Bills; and begins a' new ac. old they and.may young.. Physicians recommend

_, they come, realize it is someone with and set being crowded and irregular l if count. She purchases every piece of these pills in preference td any other. ,

whom we are not intimately ac' the first 'set are extracted .before.they clothing worn by her children, andoften H.W.Hers ,Jndsonla,Ark,. ays: ."Io '

qua nt *d'' :and feel a blessed relief. can be removed by the child's ,fingers. makes a special l' article of wear 1833: ,by the advice of a friend, I began.

But suddenly our hopes.are nipped in, This teaching is mischievous. Many for them herself. Mrs. Gould is a firm the use of'Ayer's Pills as 'a remedy forbiliousness t

the bud. They accost us' and with a children have such. firm roots to their believer that all wives should have a constipation! high fevers,
and colds. They served mer better than .
smile say, Ah, we meet you.Ye first teeth that if left until they can be, fixed allowance from theifbusbands for anything, had previously tried, and-I. M
have just'been to your house .
were' not at home; you must go' out the second set inside and outside.the may be much or little, ;just as the husband ever since." ,

pretty' often. This,makes the second arch so badly that' the sight will be repulsive can ? '

time we nave been there and found 'and- if not remedied before afford.M. .. AyesCathai'ficPi/Is .

out.*' .We insist" returning,, the second set .attain their full length Effective. f '
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you .. For Hervous Debility Every Dose. .. ,
but all "to no purp se. .But away .will require extensive regulating platesto ] Hereford's Acid Phosphate. .',:':
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: 9 down in our wicked heart we ate glad, be worn for many months at a time. .
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; nay almost delighted, that we, ,were that will be very inconvenient,' and-all Drl: A. M/BILBY. Mitchell, Dak., JUs. POLUSD, 'f'FAR'MSI R

'. .. .out,'and as we-gQ on commune* with I: because the above writer's advice was i says: "I have ,usedit: !in a' .number ;;of Washiugton r Jr.1TRADES'( .-, .

.burself in ,this strain-always going f followed and the temporary teeth not ,cases'of nervous debility. ,. with :Very :Mils in.Iowa and; Missouri.trades liadj.Arkansas property, Nebraska, miaoU, .. x '

out,, ate we r*. Whyj; i it has been.three extracted, .in. : the ,'order in which. an. good results.-. I Kansas, Texas-,-Florida.. 1
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t !oM'SAWYERStiff' Contributor. man, who'knew the sun in Louisiana office all day and away along until tc- of the tariff the evil which'the farmer
and was also intimate with it in Brazil wards.eleven o'clock at night. $ut I has to fight
"Can We' Always Count Upon the, I prptest against this promiscuous think myself that, he'was a little off'on Let V cle Sam, in his goodness of
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,. / / Sun?" / mudslinging:at the sun* It has done that maiden'.cane; yam a few week heart, _get up early some morning and
.. ,_ *' Is., a question propounded by a j its,duty well for-thousand years to. ago, and I would not advise the plant-.call up the boys with "Here, Baskin,
-' very learned Profes'sor in a- recent my certain knowledge, and I have no ing of"coco.or nut"grass' for the .sake is your gallon of greenbacks, and.
; issue.of the Popular Science Monthly,, doubt that away yonder in* that great of 'the razorbacks. The best and yours,Bob Rogers, and yours, Stephen '
and- I suppose he wants an answer' unnumbered. when the ..subtreasury greatest ofu men will occasionally demonstrate Powers. 'Allyou boys come right up '
,; If he meant The New York Sun, ]I plan: shall have satisfied ,and the fallibility of human nature and get your rations, Vason, Camp
,' answer ho.A journal that would saved all Alliance sinners it will,shine I and'George Washington and Wjjk bell, IjToustoun, Merrill, Call; Territory '
,' steal, or manufacture an article pur.t on_ and*light up, the glpomv recesses inson Call have all made mistakes. Williams, Frankarris, ef id. omns.
porting to be an expose of the''secret' of Brother Vason's soul, while Brother I want to say to Col. Gallbe.rfy that genus; all you horny-fisted sons of*
S'' work" of the*Farmers' Alliance would Dudley W. Adams will skip about like I was in Orlando last Sunday, and instead turning plows!" Now, how long does
t, do. -any other disreputable thing, hu! a spring lamb. Yes,; the. sun is all Jetting iny mind dwell upon anybody Suppose it .would take,the
the public never expects anything bet rjght and can be depended upon. In things spiritual I was constantly.look- protected barons of the effete East to-
ter from the hoary ishmaelite who the; meantime those -very learned pro ing at the splendid Bermuda grass thai get all that -cash?. In. three years'
disgraces journalism in New Yorfc.' If fessors.hadbetter; ; turn their attention adonis every lot and even tries to time we would'be calling for more ra
the Professor had reference to the to root-knot or pear blight and thus cross over the streets. If .the Col, tions. -It will take every 'plank in .
S great luminary hat gets up so early become useful.citizens; one!' will.'get lob 'acres of the flat, the Ocala platform with a' good lot of
these mornings and flings a species,'oi TOM SAWYER moist land a: little way out from the< farm boss-sense to accomplish any
hotness about my barnyard that makes city;getbjie of those $x8 "plows that good for the poor fellow who tills the,
.me'real tired before I get half through, Consolation, .for Major Campbell. our protected manufacturers.ship 5,ooc earth; and even then he will have to
;- .my'y work,- he throwing away"his And now comes the lightning to miles to Brazil and sell to a mongrel keep his plows stirring' as if all the '
'. time. Of course the sun can bedepended kill Major Campbell's cow I wonder race at $g, and break that zoo 'acres: seeds'of.original sin were sprouting
S 'upon to do its entire share-in if he saved the skin? A good rawhide well, then scatter Bermuda grass over: with the regularity and'persistence of
: : the business of this life and the farmei harnessing will hold any mule ,on the the entire'plothe will have a pasture a qocklebilr.
who complains*and asks*,'.'* enough for you?"'ought to be rolled could be plaited from portions of the Kentucky, and he can give the Major benefits the farmer, but it surely is .
.. over in a bed .of sandspurs. The hide. In fact, that hide might have points all day and, half the .night oi advantageous to a great number of
Professor is afraid that the sun will been snipped 4,000 miles, to Buffalo;/ raising fine stock. I have a notion of persons; else we would not have it;
go back on us sometime and force ,us there to be.tanned into leather and trying it myself* and we Alliancemen would like to ;see
to depend + upon the Standard OilS shipped back to some,leather dealer in You are right, Brd. Gallberry; when our way to some t of those"benefits.Untilwe .
S S Company for light, but he needn't let Ocala where the Major can get a you suggest that the AlKahcemen of do we will fight, the'tariff so
himself worry=he can't mend matters hamestring, paying freight both' ways Florida should be present at the:nam that we can hold what money we.have
'',' by 'worrying. The. sun will *do' its and puffing.tHe middle' man up with, ing ofthe next Governor. We will and use-.to the Welfare of our farms
part,as arrange by the great God of pride and stuff; yet?all th'e; while just be there-but, all this will not comfort such cash as the 'good ,government
the universe/; and if we farmers, will outside the Major's gate, is enough the Major so long,as"his ,pet cow lies may see fit to advance, upon our prod
:;whirl in and keep up with the sun we scrub palmetto to tan the hides-of all dead otan overdose electricity.. ; uce, if we ever reach that point*
will prosper and finally get to Heaven the, cows and boys .in the neighborhood. .. TO'M SAWYER. TOM LAWYER.
'4. This Professor claims that our sun is X am told,that the palmetto is ?_' -
'' older than Sirius, but;Colonel AS; better than red oak bark for tanning Philosophy and Cash I hereby' nominate Thos. Hind,:.of
S Mann declares his opinion that'Sirius purposes. .' .- Schopenhauer, who ought to have Putnam county, for State Lecturer of
Was born on the 'the 22d of February We are all awful sorry about that his name changed by legislative enactment the Florida Farmers' Alliance. He
: while the sun came not,earlier, than cow, and we trust that her hide adorns ,talking aboutmoney says: 'Richis is not quite so good looting as Tom a
> the 17th off the following JunJi.. Prof. the lot fence are like 'sea water the more, you Sawyer, but he can make 4 better i
Y : Bob Rogers, not far front the. Lake Sympathies all go out to the drink the thirstier you become." Now, speech and is about as long-Iegged,
City Experimental Station, declares as Major in this\ his hour of gloom, and hafis: all stuff, for nobody.drinks seawater which latter accomplishment will be '
.axiom that under theY mind that sad when arid if dandy in case he should"attempt to "
: "Already, my reverts to day ; my name was Schopeniauer -
enormous demands for time,made by old,Slumgullion, the'one-horned town, I would never drink water of cross the Slopchbppy swamp or. wade
the evolutionary doctrine geology is cow, which cost me$60 in Tallahassee my sort; I;would,drink beer.* .I never the wilds of DeSoto county. He '
asking for far longer periods stability iuied.her: eyes towards her'tail and cnew but one man to drink,sea water could stand astraddle of the Ocala ,
in .the' light and heat supplies of became fertilizer. Of course words and he didn't make habit' of it. His platform, if he would, but he prefers"o
,: the sun than astronomy is:. able ;-to are idle, but I will do what I jean towards name.is Wolfolk and he used to liven stand square upon it. Long live
grant:" Now that is a pity, And if assuaging or alleviating (both Pensacola. He was a drummer lbng-legged Tom Hind.. : '
geology is going to crowd this things devilish good words; too) the dull but for ail, that he couldn't keep the TOM ,SAWYER. ..
: then there is nothing left for astronomy cowless pain that envelops the Major's water on his.'stoinach- more properly _
.. but* to call for,a board of arbitration }icart, and if he will come.aver J .will : .in his stomach. It rebelled.and Go-operation with the Farmers-A 4
under Art 23 of our Declaration of show him'Doc, Leitner's herd of 200.cattleand he waterretiirned into the sea whence aood'euggestion.
;A Purposes so as to keep out of law. let binr take his choice of it came. A plan of cooperation with farm
p Prof Baskin, of Anthony, who is he lot at the lowest market price. Doc This man Schopenhauer 'also,, says: ers of the State has been instituted by r
r perhaps the most eminent 'authority has an old cow with several .peculiarities 'Money alone is absolutely.good, because which the-benefits-of the North Carolina -
..of. the day pn solar ,influences, ana also-a knot on her side; which I it is not.only.a concrete satisfaction Agricultural Experimental Station ;
A goats,' says in the Alliance Department think: the lightning will never dare of one need in particular; it is an are brought more directly before their
of the;Ocala Banner that, "The latest :tackle; and I will try to influence him abstract satisfaction of-all." attention. All of the sub-alliances in ;.
l : \%maximum of dun spots in 1883 84 was to favor the ftjajor in a trade. I,am inclined;to think that the.genleman North Carolina (numbering nearly 5
a,couple bT years overdue.*" It it be- Twill also consider the advice of ,is not an Alliariceman, because 1,300)) have been requested, to form
conies necessary for him to collect my friend-Moses 'Gallberryi'of; OHan re have even planks in our platform 'Experimental Committees," the 'i
% 5r : "thos&sun-spots.I would advise;against do, about that Governor business, .al- and he seems to think that one of chairman of which is to be in constantcommpnication" '
going to law but settle the matter hough ,I greatly fear that Hose'is still hem embraces all; but is not that with the Station. Press '
%under the same Art. 23:* in the "gall of bitterness and the bonds good; ,and great Allianceman/A. P. Bulletins, as well as regular and special -. '
R .- The sun k all right if these gentlemen of iniquity and needs a touch "of* Baskin, of the same opinion? He bulletins and reports of progress
; is *will let it alone and not bother discipline. Moses' don't know the declares that the whole thing in a nutshell of the Stationtaresent'to these committees
'it; but"The New York Sun isa, false Major; it he did'he would know that is money-more money. He ,, and the matters contained inhemare
: luminary4. This caq be- very readily le has"executive ability .enough iri may "be right, but I am still of the discussed A.question-box
-proven by'Prpf/PaulDupuy, of Board- three minutes to-run: the Governor's}!pinion that the present arrangement s-also used, in which Any memberi .a

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SEPTEMBER. '24;.189lj .' : ; .' THE .FLORIDA: DISPATCH: FAItMEIt' .ANp",FUOlT-GKOWEK, ) : ,' ,. _., ... .. 773If '. '

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can deposit any,question. ;'After discussion -- vil-eaten and ratty produce: 'on its, hand. .ury simply to enable,him to hold"'his :
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,; by the meeting, headed'by the which would "sell only .at 'a heavy produce.'a short "while after. harvest ..RICH FLORIDA. LANDS.

I Experimental Committee, the, ques- loss. > and.th reqy.balk the ,speculators and .

i p 'tioi s, if desired, can be submitted: to When the, farmer deposits his, prod'. get a better price; But When' it is -
}, the Experiment Station for>'answer uce',in the sub-treasury and draws provided that he Can draw eighty percent r Lr:1 4. :

These questions: !may be 'embraced eighty per: cent,''of'its value, on which fr Iboks decidedly: s" if .

under any 'division of .agriculture\ amount lie is to pay interest,,at one it: was no., part of the program -. '- -J-_ .
t Every grange; Iii the State, has: also per cent. (see :section 2 of ]?ichl r's that he should, ever redeem .it, -r--j .k t,

been-asked! to adopt the .plan. from. toll), he either regards 'it.as a loan or, but that he is;to, let the government .,. -

.' he does not.If he regards, it'as, a retain it and make' the best.0'-.it. For .
loan and .is an honest man-and,. I if the.farmer is so' badly'"' behind} thathe -
interest being expressed, the plan will takeit:: ; all Alliancemen honest- .-needs eighty per!'cent,of the valueof I r

doubtless prove an unboundedsuccess he,will intend to repay it as soon is ,his crop to meet his immediate! urgent ; .:

It gratifying to note that:the .recent. possible l : IfJie does not repay it:soon ,necessities,. :what possible prospect .
.. meeting'of the North Carolina Farm and:red em the! produce, .the,govern' is there that he will be able, to
ers' State Alliance at,Morehead passed mentjof'course will give'noti.ce of sale- redeem it before he can raise another t. .- .'

f .r a .resolution' endorsing the above plan very quickly on a c ul\to.ft the.twelve, crop.? Is there really any prospect ..
,of Committees formulated .that he will redeem it all all
Experimental months' delay required, in order to, ever ?
Farmers
by the North Carolina' ,Experitienr 'get the produce off its hands before' it In truth, it looks to me very, much : Stop and Think.. ... '

Station., : deteriorates too much in ..qu.lity. a"s if 'the framers of this treasure had WHY Spend the best years'. of.your. :.

Cotton when stored dry 'will keep! placed the figure at'eigTity'per. cent,' life cultivating the soils of' the frozen ,
'. Futility of the Sub-tfreadurjr: Pl n. without loss for.years, but* according knowingthat the produce would depredate l -- North and West raising crops on which '

.EditOf{ Alliance Department: '' / i to Fisher's Grain Tables, wheat shrinks nearly twenty': per cent. in, the''freight.is' often not realized, .when ,

.... :The greatest objection 'I'-have in- weight six per cent-.Inj six months twelve month, so that the govern you can buy land from the undersigned, ., r
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against the sub-treasury) plan.is its absolute ment after would rich and fertile 'as any known lands : i
and:corn about twenty; to say m;>thIng ,, paying expenses,. ,
worthlessness. The National of the serious, loss from weevils;. just about .come'out whole. But,what and where you'can raise a'crop that.the' ,,."
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,banks are'leeches and, parasites on.,the rats' arid mice. 'Thus,'if "the farmer of the farmer.? He i is.to. draw the ,United States Government will pay a. '. '

laboring classes of this, :country,..'but, does not redeem his 'produce and the crisp new treasury notes and feast his BOUNTY of$too on each acre. .

-. /'if enacted' into law, would government is: compelled, to sell it, ,hungry.eyes on'them a. few weeks*, or HOLD On/tmVisn'tall. Yovicans'ell"the '

make dupes of the farmers. beguiling after the twelve months'"notice .it is months;,then: carry them back td the said cropright there in your home '...'.

them, with: a, promise as' false :and' 'sold ,at sacrifice. and it is hiss loss, sub-treasury to! be senf on to Washington market: for $250. per acre. You'ask for *: ,... .
unsubstantial as the pot of gold'fabled not the government's. '. t and' burned! Surely theoriginators the 'H w" and the "Wherefore." : '

to hang on the end of the rainbow' j'? But if)he does, redeem it in a few : of this measure devised an appropriaie Quite right-facts and figures count best '
.. do not deny tHefarmer's crying need : fate for its, worthless spawn. 'PJant the Land with' '
months,"what does he gain?? He sim; Sugar Cane. .
help.and the gallinglmrdenS whichhave R
ply has, for a few 'months," the ,use of ,. J. .w TO OLD) Farmers and careful .
been saddled on their :patientbacks. Thomasvflle, Ga. per users ,' '
.by the contraction of the currency = eighty cents worth of i inflated and depreciated I' 'P.' S.-If you 'deem this letter, of papers, the fact that there is now:'

and the { ; 'mortgaging of paper which the merchantwill ( .worthy: of publication, '1' may! sometime established'near Kissimmee, 'Fla., the "' '
not receive-without: ,discounting it ideas of St.Cloud Sugar Refinery is' stale : '
their property; but, I want to see give you my 'somethingbetter. "
on) a.gold basis,,when he:might have We .'all
measures adopted which have some news. are talking to our ;
had dollar if he-had .
of-good money friends. cane can be raised i
appearance:of practicability and'\give. Sugar as' _
sold for .
cash.
some promise! 'of ,genuine, ,relief. ,Reply to G. W. Hastings... cheaply as ,corn,and Uncle Sam will
In the first place' aS. soon as ""the ,l: And what more happens?, As" soon Editor Alliance Department: pay you a*J>ounty of two cents per pound

sub-treasury bill .was, signed by the as he redeems ,his produce the treasury. I am.not. anxious to rush into print, on the manufactured sugar. The St."- .

President the merchants. and capitalists l- notes which he pays back into the i but I feel that a' reply should be madeto Cloud.plantation in Osceola Co.,'Fla; ;
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foreseeing: inflation, would begin sub-Vreasury) '(see section 6)) are: to be the article of Air; Hastings: contained averaged'4,500 pounds of sugar to the '

to hedge. "' '.- ,sent on to Washington! to the SecrearyjDf in your issue o( September 3d., ache k l st -year, and it will go SOQO; : .
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.. treasury notes, issued, against the -burned!. .. gentleman of intelligence and: high MEtHODS? "This isn't the.only big ,

farmer's produce, a legal tender for :.Now,. .the farmer has two very simple integrity, for such I know him- to,.be, chance .of yoyr> life, however: -The.', ,
all purposes,, but:it could'not force the and very easily understood:alter could allow his name to be attached cultivation of.rice lands 'about'Kissim-. '

merchant to sell his"wares'for.them-or atives. He must either redeem his. to an' article like, the one in your mee is to become an assured, profitable .

the}j capitalist to lend money to, be-re.. produce and pay back the money he pap. r. fact. There is no richer or better ..
J! paid,in that kind of currency any received. for it; or he..must lete it liea. :! would like to'review his article .a truck'and. market) garden lands in the : .
mote.than it could! prevent G hfOr. year and be"sold at auction after suffering little before speaking of' the. annexed world than the.land on the rich' over. .

.. mans!' from refusing to accept greenbacks' -' a.deterioration in weight( and statement. He speaks :satirically of flow, or bottpm lands, about Kissimmee.

.. '-All* through, jhe! war and quality (except 'on' cotton) which will the iniquitous course of our. lawmakers Write, confirmation, to Col. "r

down to.the day of resumption nine- equal the ,rate of.interest i he now_ _pays. Now; I like that. It"expresses A.- K.; McClure, editor. PhiMelphi : .
teen-ttventieths of the'contracts made the. plutocrats, if not exceed it.' he: 'facts exactly, However our friend; Times, who has personal knowledge;! : .

in California were-coin contracts, stipus. If he redeems.jt: Whether sooner,or Mr.. Hastings,may doubt John. J. Then in lands for orange groves, or .'
''lating that they Were"payable iri.United later, he has to give up.t the money hereceived ngalls[ ; of whom I am sure.Mr. Hastings I groves.already cultivated .or bearing, ,

States, ''gold coin.," No farmer would and what good does the later must be an ,arden admirer, admitted I[.can satisfy you that your best interests ,
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.. .. acquire,. possession" of -any of these do him? What -good does it do aU that' and more in his memorable ie in seeing me before any one-else. .

treasury notes ilntil he raised a crop' the country? It goes directly'back,to' speech delivered.the: ,: 14th 'of BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The .', .

to-sell or to 'pa nfhis; ,supplies wouldhave" Washington and: is burned. In the .1 ast January in the United States Sen- ,'ulness ,and! beauty; ,,of' Kissimmeelave health., .
to be purchased first. Ahd is it little time he.. has it in,, his .hands, he ate. He admonished both branchesof riever been No ..
II. to be supposed that any merchant cannot pay store bills,with'it,,'because, ; Congress arid the .;Chief 'Executive; questioned. .
diphtheria. no consumption, ,no ,
would sell'supplies to be paid for in before he can raise another crop, to : of the Nation that' "The people in fact read medical pneumonia '
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this, *' farmers'money," a'money for replace it, .i it'has to b.e' paid:l back to would not be longer cajoled and i im. Beautiful Villas :,
I report cottages, .or' '
which no provision.of redemption by 'the government' He might speculatein posed upon, bur that they would have lotS suitable for residences. Write. ::. "

the government Is:'made,. but, which is '- horses perhaps, but he cannot make p mblic'servants" who'w .uld.carry out for terms and particulars.\ -:
to be burned (see section 6)) when returned any improvements :on his house, buy their wishes. There seems to have :
been,no doubt,in the'mind of Senator COME SOUTH, And get untold :.
: to Washington'through the sub- any .coniforts-for. jamily or payoff .
treasury? a mortgage. If he ..chooses to'let his Ingalls as to the iniquitous course of quantities .o'f the grandest climate in '

The bill is.. not honest as it. now produce lie in soak for a "yearund: let 'our l lawmakers, and he had a most the world free with each acre of ground '

stands; for it requires the government the government sell it, paying the expenses excellent, opportunity for' knowing., mrchased. Come where you can till., .
,' auction insurance he Mr. Hastings says 'that "at the the soil twelve months in .the year. ,
to hold th after,'notice( given before, it can' ,sell it nil get just about eighty per cent, of ,door[ of this contraction of the curL At least' write tome for full particulars. .

at auction. '"That would lock up the he original l valueof. his .crop and no ency is laid the cause'of all the evils '. war. ,CAjrorow, ,;

crops of the country for more than a. morethat: is, the grain farmer will. ,the farmer suffers." And this is ;again Kissimmee Fla. :-.
fort of DlMton +
Agent lands the Companies
year ;and enormously advance:; the : If the the framers of this.bill had he!;truth, although-againAir. Hastings for the AuROClated Hallways lands, and the '
price, allowing the farmers time to provided that the,farmer should draw eems-to doubt. That one thing'has .,lands of Klfslmmee Land Co. ,
'cane, rice, trucking ..
Phosphate "sugar ;
raise a new crop and sell it "for .cash,' only ten or fifteen per cent of the more to do with what'.the:farmer and''all fruit, grazing;, timber general farming ,
while" the government would be left in value pt his"'crop on deposit, it would the' working class suffer than. all. arid'home lands. Send for map showing ,"* .

the. birch with a lot of. wormy, wee: look as if:they intended the sub.treas- other evils, combined., ands., ., ,. '..
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.' .:. : Perhaps:from .the statement' that Mr. Hastings claims only $24.10' l last jority)'should receive money from the people 'want.iron or tin dollars, tlje} '

J,Ir. Hastings has)annexed-to his: .article I January,as the 'highest we ever had government upon payment of a tax. government'should: "not 'make them .

..' the-reader may see*that ,the, vol:, ,C. W. BALDWIN.' of-one percent, and the balance (the, ad' libitum, always being careful that. '

: '. lime of-money has; been gradually' increased Banana Alliance. majority) should be deprived of the every coin of that denomination- that
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, % from ,1860 to 1891. Yoiz,can We,respectfully ask our correspondents privilege receiving it at all from the.overnment leaves, the. mint. is an honest dollar, .

I- .' ,: .. see most anything,but'the. truth'about'' to let. this subject drop for the s ,- and only from, the that "it contains! a plump too cents

: these matters by reading any of the present.,. The financial statements of minority'at,such -te of taxation,' and, ,worth'9i metal. "

: old party papers. ,But '-facts; figures the government are \like the,Bible; all upon such terms as the minority. may. There is really*no danger of the .

.. '. ana ; conditions all -contradict. ; that men can interpret them to the support dictate? ._ free" coinage ,of silver or any other

,: statement.. .. of their ,own,peculiar views.-ED., 4. Is if not a fact that this small cumbrous metal sending the country in

F .Admit, for argument's sake, that ..; minority, having control of the.mo.neylever hot haste to.the demmtion bow-wows r .
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,..there is more money 'per. capita in 'That.Land Scheme.. can set the',price Of. all''4abor by driving gold out: It is-one thingto

: ." 1$91 .than : 1860.:' ,There was not,' Editor Alliance Department, : and.thej>roductsof labor,'at will? coin a metal, and quite another to .

Y'-" however! nearly, enough. then,. and i It haS always that,the,been sub my: hope and,bill '5-s it not.a fact that all.financial make it remain in circulation.. So :

." '.. now, not n r.- ndugh..to carry' on the expectation would be farmers tzeasury and; l legislation for the .Iast twenty-five long as'our gold mines are reasonably

.. .: business of our '6 ,so.Cooo"; people. the Alliahce.dropped by and the years has had a tendency to increasethe productive and 'we have; an abundanceof .
4 Franpe has had, more, than :as" much: generally purchasing power ,of money, and -products to sell to the gold-using '
united and ..endeavor of all
.again,and her financial;condition is a thought be decrease the price of labor% ? countries 5,0 long as we have the
the industrial would inaugurate
classes; to
of all nations. wherewith gold-we'need
'marvel.beore.the : purchase
eyes 6. Is:it afactunderthe'Sub-tre ury
: But let:,us see the fallacy of his state., \ and perfect this so-called plan,. that the .farmer for.ttis.products not borrow much 'trouble;about the .
land scheme. of
..r went: "that there has been a.gradual A good when many us would receive 'more than the value of yellow. metal. o long as the metalin
old can.recollect all
',- '. increase in the,cir ulation.;' I think"gradual11 men nearly those products to the consumer? ,our silver dollar, or: iron dollar or
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the country west of the. Mississippi tin dollar is worth as much in the
means progress steadily It answer ,the 6th in, the
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river the unbroken
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to 'ocean was an % .
: or'constantlyNow.I'wouldlike'to: : negative then would ask: HoW'mu h world's"market as the'- .metal-ja#'our
wilderness., Now after less than
ask Mr,,,,Hastings' h'oY'a can! anything.be ,' is little fifty more' money would be placed in cir gold dollar we need not sit }up nIghts

t-.i ,Hgrad al"' that, has changed andfittctuated'as years have.elapsed fit' for there cultivation very! : culation than is- placed in circulation to prevent the latter. : from. giving us the .
" land anywhere except .
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.our-money'or:,circulating now by the purchaseof these products? slip. "
such is owned
'. ". : medium, has.done? 'From '60,to '91P! as by"private parties :8. ''If you answer in the affirmative, 'While there can be neither. much *

; He mutt Have forgotten.the Black Fridays .. "holdingfor! : a 'rise. Then indus it then I would ask: o ld'nofthe real gain nor loss to the; country by the
or'the terrible times of 'when was easy for Anyone who was "free and unlimited coinage of silver"' ,
73,, .. laborer get: :this overplus. instead of
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and
'.. :" the 'government, without authority, tees steady to acquire a home.Now thes peculator? if,the.coinage be an honest one, the

went to ,the relief.of the: New, York -most of our' young men who 9. If you 'answer that she. moneynow issue, of a .vast quanity "political

: ': bankers with $26,000/000- thing it 'want homes must apply: to.fcthe! land ,in the banks and hands-of specu money"-coins*made, legal tender tor
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\ '. .. :would be. "unconstitutional" l"-to do for. speculator increment and besides pay a the for lators would be a surplus, I would-ask: more than their intrinsic valu'ewouldbe ,
-' ., our distressed farmers even with the first cost, Could not this surplus would an altogether different matter.
as
land. 'critics have you
Foreign always
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. good'security they can offer.. maintained free .call it, be profitably invested in mining But I,am not proceeding on the theory
: '. The,gentleman ,has indulged in-fig that our government. : and manufacturing, thereby that the "free ilverites" are intent; on
could not endure; longafter alt the
ures to a considerable extent perhaps getting an era of speculation with
;, land-was, !bring the present enormous tariff duties
'. 'I may be pardoned forusing'a few., wild appropriated.by privateparties' into the pockets of "these' moneyed inevitable "crisis"" attachment;, that
It has seemed the :
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In 1860 the "annexed statement"'says men? they belong to that myopic as well as
there was $iJ.85..per capita itf'05 t> it State,' not the nation, 'should lend dishonest brood who would borrow a
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i .. ; 'I said : .I O. Is it a fact speculators now
.' ,. states there was $20.8o; ,then'you will money on}D.Oftgageand'should as all wild and before buy the products of labor' store, them pig and pay back. a pup.I'am,.pro.
the State
own .
I 9bs r they skip over a painful:'period well all land in warehouses? ,;, and afterward sell ceeding on the. theory,that while they '
land
unoccupied as as
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i of twenty I do not blame the t :want more silver coin they want it
years. sold far and foreclosure them at-a profit; and if so, could not
.. :i. writer of the article or .the one who taxes forfeited'by the government ti without much. ,risk, .equal in vdlue* to gold coin of the,
Under these circumstances
.prepared the statement. If ever there :: of mortgage. ,do the same? Or, according to the same denomination; that they fully ..
I '. was .outrageous financial 'legislation it is very gratifying to : understand. that the people in general l '
.. sub-treasury plan, could not the government .
know that the '
: against i the masses! of i the people it experiment has beeii'tried ; wjth perfect safety, advancea and the farming class -in particularhave
least of lending
in one State, 'at ,
in the that annexed all to lose and: nothing to gain
," was twenty years f ; that it is certain per cent.. of the market valueof ;
.' '., ,' statement of Mr. Hastings; ignores I money on mortgages. not and be"scared a said' non-perishable products,' sell 'by giving to our money 1':fictitious
., success. We are to. by. of which it'.wolld be
quote from a speech of,Mr VoOrhees, of directly to the consumers grid thereby value strippedthe
I '": of Indiana, delivered. three : the experience the Argentines' We both ; moment 'it crossed- our frontiers;
years ago benefit the ,producer: and consumer ;
will rather shun the rocks which
' J people sun ? they money' as .
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'." .have submitted ,to such .legislation." .We their,will i iisguidedboat,abolish has shipwrecked side'and. I have a number of other questions, all things else,-the best is the cheapest.

"I have a table before me covering: usury,on one *With but as I do not wish to be,too inquisitive To those who assert that we.. have

'. '.,. ;period of.twglve years; from '65 to land these monopoly few ,on -I the: other. the all at .once, I will defer them to not enough money to do 'the necessary

'77, containing the whole amount of. remarks, give place to another time:, Knowing your manner "money work," I reply that I cans .

'.' ', in' circulation,, amount testimony of Governor Penrioyer, of all nothing to substantiate ,such a .
money per M. C .* to be brief in you 'say and write.
f : capita and ,number, of.business failures Dfanaarin, Fla.: E5EBRO will not request, you to give shprt explicit view.. Anybody who acceptable ,
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' in each year of.the twelve: You,can Governor Pennoyer/s/ article was answers to these questions. You security to'offer can.-get all the money

...: readily see that the' condition of pus published \last week.-En. may think many of these questions almost he desires those who cannot give security

. ness; 'fully. corroborates the statements f *" silly; if so, pardon it ,this once, could; -not.get money if our cur
.,. ..and.figures,! shall} give. In '65 'there "' Wantrf Information.' ,, as I am but a pupil in economic government rency was trebled, decupled. "

;, ; :: .. was circulation, $11651,283,373; Editor Alliance Department /and really aim seeking light To those who cannot get the absurd "

.. per: capita, $47.72: ; failures, 530. In I have red; with much interest the !W. J. ,BORDEN. idea out of.their heads that the inter.

'. 66(), circulation$1,803,702,7;' per, letters of Bros. Adams; Hind;. and .Oxford, Fla.The est rate depends upon the. volume of
failures In '66 others relative to< ,the Sub-treasury > t the who with
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capita, $55.76; 632. ; ; currency- ve ever ready .
'+ we had the largest circulation we have plan! as endorsed by the Ocala De True Silver.Question.' the "supply and demand" formulla,

k .. ever attained; twelve years later if had mands. Since 1873, "mv. first acquaintance The Iconoclast of Austin, Texas, but are utterly oblivious to the' fact,

'. been reduced, $14;ko per capita and. I with Bro. Adams, as, furnishes an entertaining article on that it is not the number' -of fish hooks'
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, '. failures Had J increased from 632: in ''66 Master of, the National Grange, I what if calls "The.Maelstrom of Financial i irj market that regulates 'the price of

r t.o 8,672. This will suffice to/'show have admired his candor. and his in Fudge.' It is so frequentlythat fish, but rather the number and quay

'F 'how wholly dependent the business.of telligence and I- do not now intend we have spread before us the ity that can be taken therewith-l-

.. the country is ,on the circulating medium to take issue"with .him In his" view of :Uumentsofthe.silver advocates thatit would' say"that money can be had iniburidance

the Sub-treasury plan, but desire to j is well to read a presentation''of the at 4 per cent! O'f course,

., I would like: to give the whole of ask .him a few simple. questions for silver question from different'stand there are men everywhere who cannot

this- tableif space permitted, but the information, -and I trust and' believehe point. We therefore: extractfrom., the ,borrow at 4 per cent; there are men c

.,. .,years '66 and '77 referred marked ,will give me a candid answer. article referred the following:, who cannot> borrow: at 50 per cent.,

:.' :. -, the.era pf our greatest and least .pros t: Is the law creating the National There is no ,good reason why the "But men in the South and West,"

.. -, perity. My readers, .don't be de Banking system "class legislation?' United States Government should not 1[ will be told, "pay id, even 12 per. .

ceived. I ,trust you can nbw seethe 2. Can a majority of 'the American coin ,into doUats'every ounce of silver cent,and give good security." Is it a

,:, fallacy of the statement that our,circulation citizens engage in 'and become beneficiaries produced i in the Western Hemisphere: scarcity of money that forces them.tQ

/ has'been gradually increasing .of this law? if the American people are willing to pay 10 and 12 percent in Boston, New

when there has been$56'-76 per capita 3. Is,it right or wise that any limited' bear the expense of the minting.< Noris York, England 'and.Hojland. while r

., :in.. .circulatien. ., .' and" the statement of number. of .citizens. (less l than' a 'maJt '- there. any valid, reason- why)fit i .the other men are borrowing. in. .the same.
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'. market} fpr, >f'4, even'3 per cent? wliile "wages to,get that'which will enable us Several of. our- Scuppernong. vineyards -' -"The Owl Cigar Company! in.ai -' : '

So thern' banks are'loaning,money on !fo exchange products ,without the have produced. tljis'year at the' den county tutnsout.125,000'cigars .. '

: gilt edge security: at 6 per'cent tf Many inconvenience",'of barter.. ,The less labor rate of 600 to 700. bushels of grapes every week< ''which are shipped to ', .
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{ 'I'able .editos J. tlJi k;, so, ,or ratter\ a"'country: must devote to.making per ;acre. : As yet ,but'few' oft them eastern rind western markets. ..

imagine that they think #, while in ifs ."wheel' of circulation! ,"'the'more'it have reached such age as to..bear}their 0 : '
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3 1. .. -fact it their thinking..ap{>aratus": sere. can' devote to-the, production'of those' largest 'crops..* "Although the geperal.name ', : It "Persons: are broken,*.:.,. .., .

lost"or stolen they'would never miss It. things, that circulated: by i it.f .. '; them Scuppernong: : down" firoo overwork or household cores. .
Brown's
'. Iron Bitters Bebunds the _
;Capitalists .nbt: frequently: 'add ."in ; *, that .term the ,
promptly to '
& .belongs sygteno, aids dije iop-yelnQyes ece of bile, .
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r. surance" 'to v interest when 'making, frequently hear -questions as to wh'ite variety alone. There are*manyvarieties' .and'cures, .malsda. :kef;the,genuine.. .- .' ...

L ..loans on,,Southern 'or Western secur;' whether*rhilk. cows and":other stock : ,of purple or' black grapes, .. '. '

; ities, b t.an'ii1.fta on of-our: \ circulating can be. ,]kept 1ier.e*in good' condition; some. .of which are very fine for wine,' '160. ;,\ *- $60. :. :

} ". *medium' willho more 'cure-. them etc. In reply to' all questions upori others./ (canning, preserving or dry- :. .. ..

r. qf; bad habit than shaving' rpan's.. the .subjectj; would* say that.on the ing. : Should their 0 productions increase 0 'Tfc. BEST,:IRRESPECTIVE. ( OF PRICE.. c

: head will.cure his corns. ;. first of September one: year ago, J in thernext, two or thr&: years 41 .' ..

t.. Let the people once:worK'it through landed five animals ;at Judo, oneyoupg.cow' ;as i in the past there will be either a fear.

their .hair that multiplying dollars l'I I, three years old, : the balance fill,waSte of nature's products or .systematic .. :. .

; either of gold ,silver or paper, does_ heifers except one bull,,all quite young) ;. *plans to.; .utilize' them properly -:
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nor, add .so much as a, hickory shirt.or they range from seven-eight/to. one will need to be; adopted. In any ,

: a p.ound of pork to the* actual *'capital" half.Jersey; were raised in middle other country but .this,, Pro.vidence -

of 4hfc country; that It does' not ,Geotgia. During"lhe. year- they have would'be heartily thanked for such a" ..

.. 'increase in this country "those' things dotbeen ,fed one handful of"hay or .boon. ,. and 'it would promptly; utiliied. \

for which it exchanges; except as it. ,grass, with'., he' exception of a little- .-:Coast". "Gazette.* :

i, 'emigratesand.: the. bladders ,upon* bran and:cotton-seed meal to the'COW 3 .
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.. which many! a :prominent politician" I at milking time They jhave lived 'etitirely .

now.. proudly; riding'the' ..waves ..will dff. the grass ,growing"on the Advice to'the: ge' d. .
a.. ..suddenly collapse; .0 lake front.vof my l homestead, wild na; .a w brio 1:8 tnClrmtUe.,sacbSa.1D .
:. dab bowels weak kidsiej' and ... .
The-smallness of jour circulating;medium tine growth, without any care. or attention der and torpid 1Cer.Tiltt'S, *

per capita is -causing many an ,. to pasture except cutting away : .
.. ;. honesFsoul. anguish" The bushes. the have ..
a ? unnecessary; f. During pasty. r
0..0 .fact.that we can da and do weft;on so had*np shelter, or 'protection of any Pills:

small an amount. 'per.capita is the highest -:''( king from! weather or insects:, Not ; J.- J.: CALHOIW f.& CO., : .e

,possible proof of.our ,superior civ-lope.'of; the five animals has been EXCLUSIVE DEALERS -

: .-'. *Ibzatlon. Every coin .in use is aUax.Tipon unwell in.a single:instance; :'have'grown) hare. ei.leeltlo effect on these organ* : '
i : : : prod i ctive.labot, as much 50'as, and have kept well, ana .now are In'.stimulating bowels, giving natti** NATIONAL TYPEWRITER. : ;
al without straining av
the refit of the merchant, the tools, oft!t fine flesh and in'good )lively;condition<< griping disenart, and .. .. ,'_ ,.. .. ;

f ,th'e.farmer, .the cost of fajlways 'We-: The little cow has 'never failed' to filr- IMP ARTING VIGOR ,AND ''SUPPLI18. ; : '.. ... .
: :are forced'to_ maintain 'a.large} 'number' nish fair of rich milk 'twice "
:, a supply( to' the kidneys bladder ..ct' .live*. ."r': '.
_ i. of men at the.minesr 'supply them everyday,.. and:' )romises. to. continue. They are adapted to old or yoanc ,. 02X- West Bay. Street. t :' ,c

..w.i h. costly. 'm .chin ry and pay them dq, ng'so.-Tr p\cal.pn.\ : .. SOLD .EVERYwnE.. 7ACK8ONVH2jX. :TLOBIDA. '.*.. r'I
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., ,. ,'. '; .. The Belleview :Phosphate is the/Cheapest fertilizer,' ever offered, because':it is* 'est.> It contains at. le"ast three times.more available' plant food.tlWi fin.be. .:. .. .. ...
.'found in "commercial'acidulated fertilizer and is sold'for' > : I" : ,' .
any one-fourth the price! ., : .
... ": "VVe have the most complete plant? in the State ,for'alcining pulverizing the phosphate. 1'0 .i l: 0 '..
It'isthe best because while, its benefits'are shown at ncelt will outlast all others, and there no possible danger-m Its.use.. 'Itbeing A- great absorbent-of .
_. :'moisture, it is of great value'as a mulchant.'. It is wp double the" rice it is sold at 'for:this pu.pose alone".: Hundreds. .have. used_ it, and.they.all.give; glowing testiTct ; .
monials'of its value\ Chemists and Scientists testify'that it is,the*,richest r and safest fertilizer known .. .. '
.*. AVg Tfan't. very: orange-gmwer and'farmer>,to try It;' and for the next!w weeks offer It "* following" eit\"emely.low pnces.at the mines : : : ..:.
Per ton,.undried, bulk, $5 ;; per'ton dried and'unground$8:5Q: ;. per ton dried and llulveriied? bulk, $1.59 ; sacked; $1.extra. ...:,Special. prices m round.lots.. .. ... :. :- t ... ,
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'. Fif ty.pounds.for a full bearing tree is'a sufficient'quantiiy! to idse, and less nmqunts according to siie.of tree. : : ." "i
It is good for: cotton. It is good.for all mdspt gramm It"igood' forall'grasses:. ,It..iY $ .tor 'all kinds of fruit nee: .I.t:13: good fortitrawberries, .and all kinds. .: .
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"vegetables, ; : ': : : '.; \ ._
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;, ;. ..The.analysis. f..thlS soft phosphate'as given. by SergeMalyyan: ; .of Ocala, is as.follows. :. ,.. :.- .'.. !'.:. ',. ; < :: \ .'" .. '.' ," 1".i.' '. ... .
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e. :. :. .. .Phosphorid Acid.........'\......:..:... ....:.....: .:::.1..:..:. ...:. ..((27.63).. . ', :' '. ".; .. I
,' : ; .r;' tva to Bone Phosphate of Iime.... .::......;....:...;,.. .:.f..:...,..:.:.r ......... ..:.1JU.1J .. ...0 ; : .r .. ., ,'. 'ft.
,1'i' ." ..;. "Oxtde : .ti..LJ..........,.............J.Y............i.... ..,.",: .14 '. ,.". .: .. .. 'r "
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t '. '. t,. 0,. .. : 'alagneszaSodaett".....:...a.; .. ... ....... '.....a.. !..., c.:.:......._.......ti.w..1...6.59 ; .. .. '.
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t. : ;I: .. He also' says ::" phosphate? {eriingto.he, .he $elleview ft-Pbophatewill) soltible.. by'.'gadual.ste. underr!the. .. influence.... rain. waterr. :.provided:perfectly' : '...,, 4".,;
burnt and'pult'enzed'm fine powder'" I. -. :,. ; .. _.
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: "Tvyo Analysis1-one"fciving: 48 per.Cerit.? soluble -in'Curate of Ammonia; ether i'v ng-5t.O"Per: cent: soluble in Citra !of .Ammonia,.an. aVerage of'49.70Pe, .. ..
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'.'icnt..of'Boge Phosphate of Lime, 4-1/v. equivalent of,22.66, 'per cent.'of Phosphoric.Acid soluble m Citrate of Ammonia :. .. .. . .
.'. The_'greatest amount, of available Phosphoric!, Acid'in any of the high grade.commercial fertilizers. 6 to 9 pet cent. : '. :' .. -.. ::: .
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I '.. .. BsLLavtttwPHOSPUA7sconiPANT' ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : Gent1 m-J: wish to state for youF '. D. GIBBENS',..SEcasTA&T1: BELLEVIEW PHOSPHATE Co., .jACJCsoNYiLLE'FLAf' :' Dear ;
benefit, and for Orange Farmers in Florida,,that the car load of Soft Phosphate which I had from used
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jour Company! April is entirely satisfactory Sir.:-Enclosed please .find my order for two more cars Soft Phosphate. I ,hate .
_ I placed the same on one hundred trees in my grove": at Lake Como. 'It.'has'given my trees a eeventy-fiTC ions of this Phqsphiie, and'have, gbted wish much .interest its. effect, on my ;
mOt wonderfulgrowth, given the: foliage, a rich;dark green color and for p1n.e lana groves, $least, Orange Trees. The first car load. I applied to something: over five hundred trees and .
is just what < aired.alamaUtost. shall in future use it ityou have'it for sale and shall dis '
.. 'conthfutule of Commertlal.1ertilizen, adding to it small amounts of Sulphate Potash:' 1 canmostcheedufy {he results have been simply marvelous. The adjoining five hundred trees received fertilising', r., .
recommend it to Orange Grqwers., Truly yours, "C>B. SMITH.. and the difference'between the,two fjelds is something wonderful On one side every tree has started .
.. BELL VIEW", MARION Copt, ., 1891. with a vigorous growth The finest foliage that XTjave ever seen In sL grove.' The trees which"tee. t t
T. b.daunts, Secretary: Belleview Phosphate Company.Jacksonville,Yin.:,DearSlr-In answer no application have just commenced to start up. Mr. McMasters. of the firm JtfcMaiter.s& ,..
to your inquiry;What hive"been the ltsofyour experiments'with the Belleview Phosphate 'cued of San Mateo visited my grove a few day since and expressed himself as being very much .
Company's. SO FT PHOSPHATE? I to'say that.the results haycbeen.YeIy'8V1tifying indeed astonished at the growth of the trees where the Soft Phosphate had b applied. If you rememberthe
; Inave'only tried it in its RAW STATE as it comes from the Mines (without dryjng or being first shipment of Phosphate wai made less.than sixty, days since,'and, until the last.few.da).,we .
o lTeiized'on) Roses last fan and this spring on, -Kelsey Plums, LeConte Pear Peach and Orange have, had very;little rain. ? .. .
a 'Trees, especially the latter,where J tried'it .side, by side'with, .high grade Commercial Fertilizer.Apparently I am fully convinced that one ton of the Belleview Soft Phosphate has a greater value as a'plan .
there is very little difference in the growth and.looks of the trees,but 1;. theuli1f'erence'in. food than a ton of say Fertilizethat has ever been brought into the State and I would. warmly recommend .
the. ptice is so great that 1 shall use. the Soft Phosphate in the future altogether., its use to the Orange Growers the State., ... ;' .. a ,
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. '' -:a*'I gist Nonpareil and CentenntalOr- For one year ...... .;... .>:.. ."., ..L. |.L200( .. .

0 WHERE Buds 100 of eadi.-by mall? Send at Blan-once For sii months .,.*. ......t-. .,...t_*.ld.()( .'. ." ..
y and I will forward cash. P..E. BLOCK**, &
ton Fla. ". .Subscriptions In all .caner cash. In ad-
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.vance. '. .

.. XT OW is the time to place your orders- ( l
: .'. .', Conteer'Kiefferpear' trees. for this fall's REMITTANCE should be made by Check; -

trade Buy from hea dquartera. ARCADIA NTJR- Postal Note, Money Order,'or.Registered LeVeiCt6forderof -' Florida Central'and Peninsular .
-SERIES,.Montlcello Fla;. t ,9-24-4t .
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llfANTED-To ar. i J. .
*.YY' other stock for AND FRUITGROWER, .
... I other pear trees,or nursery :
yp yeas Zany from 3.000 to gallons''capacity.JILGiRARDBAtx.Monticetfo .;: ? Jaflksonvllle, Fla.' .: 110 .JHLES'CINCINNATI' THE, FLORIDA TEIfltK .LINE :.

.f''. ,.Fla.90441. .. t shortest. qalcke8t.and .. (Formerly F. R..
I" 0 Address [NEW SUBSCRIBERS: ON Y.] facilities this season.for travel to Florida,
e. "It/ANT Eri-Beggar weed seed. Ono.HSa Compartment and Pullman Fafact Sleeping Cars having In addition' to its.old and popular .
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.' _.-iM., BtJNBtTRY. ... ,Avon Park. Fla. : .Uv : 'f' : throughwithout change.making direct connection connections,.'the LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE .
7 .: .. 81 C I R. R at the River Jnncttont and the
? j 'SALE-25,600; rough lemon plants, a to3 : in .CBNTRALUfjioN GEORGIA SOUTHER A FLORIDA, (the ,
.' ; ... .1 .| STLOUIS I I I strvrannee River route Florida), arranged
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.f.OR high; 150.000 sour orangeplantsto 15 DR'QT'for .
for a new route from the West and'North-:
". high.. KEVLEY.& SNOW Eastlake. Fla. : and tile WEST and with-Through,Car'lines'for West via Montgomery, BaInbridge and MonticelloJ.carrtnt' -
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A YER'S IMPROVED RING ORANGE-SIZER .. I CHICAGO'I Ian NORTHWEST The road now no less Ulan. +
; M:took geld medal at Ocala Exposition* Runs: ,
: by hand.Toot steam';; cannot get out ,Of- order: .. also with Through Car Seven.. Points' of Connecfiori IVltit

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bestfor and Points iu Canada name
SALE-Michel)Strawberry plants;
? ? FOR Lake City,.Montice 10 and River
'market or use; $2 per thousand.* E. S. Dispatch Farmer ant gaitGrow8rFor : I BUFFALO uuhhe EAsT: Junction making comfortable' ;'connections

'MALLORY. ; Kathleen. 'Fla. itA with Chicago, Kansas City and northern .
: Ii t,. '. : 0 ." one year and aeOP7'Pt.. only. one Change.pf Cars I to cities, for. which'' this road 18.peclaU7'.tn.{

1- '. NORTHERN LADY desires to groin partnerM z augurated. .
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[ ship with parties in Florida in gardening and fiitner's Gardening n in. Florida Meridian, I 'NEW ORLEANS I The Florida.Central '
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.. poultry raising. Address all letters to. MRS. M.-' ] ; ,
J. CLICK,Broughton Hamiltpn-CoJ., In.It. and Peninsular Railroad
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,. ALL ,F.$1ho.oi jACKSON, .-BURG, Pita,- in 'It
*- Is the artery of travel through the .
and the i greatest .
TEAM PUMP,Kndwles'pattern.-goodwbrkinjr. .- j| TEXAS finest.parts of Florida, traversing twenty-
.' O order fdt sale at'*half price owner desiring' Whit'ner's Gardening in .Florida is a' | WEST.' four. counties-Gadsden., Jefferson, Davaj",
larger slit.-.,3# fnch'steam, 2 inch .water :cylinder handsomely! ,printed and bound book] *of 'AlachuaLake' Leon; Suwannee, Nassau, .
5 inch stroke; brass fitted; capacity 500 to Passengers this line are afforded an excel Levy, Orffnge, HIUabar ugh Wakulla, .
., ';. ,' 6db gallons, per hour. It., A. Roma. lit. Dora,'' 250;>>pages,being a comprehensive treatise. lent view of Lookoat Mountain and surrounding Columbia: Clay Marion, Polls, Manatee, .

'..Fla. TDINEAPPLE 9"24-2t. on,the vegetable and tropical products of'loridai historic, scenery -. .. -. Madison, Baker,. Bradford, 8nmterr Her- -,
; by '''Prof. Ji-'N. Whitner, A. 'M. 'I nando and DeSoto-in their richest portion.' a
w '*lips -wanted. State price? per Is* S.C:"RAY. S;E. Pass. Agt., Atlanta. .Ga. It runs through the MIDDL&. FLORIDA RJ-:
book after
much.sought' Itspractical '
r thousand. Address].W. &:: F D.Waite,Seller. This: for oios qr HILL COUNTRY where are the fine old.
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information. D. J. MtjtxANBY,.Div. Pass.:'Agt., Chattanooga.
ew Marion Co., Fla. '' !
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$2.0O ;buys 'the: hook and our ,D. GI EDWARDS. GVP &; T. A.. :F rmlqg-Lands and the New Tobacco .. .

.: .CASTOR (OIL) BEAN -&id they will .keep', paper.tor. one year. .. ..' J: "CINCINNATI, 0: ,. Farms : ** I.
away; also the: stJtlk'put in their,.holes r- 0 .
This grand
:is offer. Send
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will drive away' Salamander. Not ..warranted..' -, : reached by no> other' line) some of them
in orders at onc conducted on a large scale. Here are QUincy :
assents per.pint prepaid A. L.. TRACY Mac- '
cJenny. Fla.. [If..B.-TO whom it may concern : C. W. DACpSTA, : : Tallahassee (the capital), Montlcello,.Madl. '
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Am sorry to say all the strawberry plants I 'shall K A' son and other towns, from whose comfortable,
have to spare are already poken--for.. ] it r4.. i Jacksonville': Fla SCHOOLFitting ample dwellings, reposing in .a fertile *
country. Is coming a.reneweenergy to employ .

o' :'TRUCKBRS and Others( wanting a ,hand ferti- ;; CIRCUIT.-COURT- Duval County: Florida- ,tne resources lavished about, "them.. ,
.. Stretching down through
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duties .
1 liar distributor, write with stamp:A. TOWN Uachment-; young men/or active of life. '
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.. SEND, Huntington Fla. 9-24-21 HENRY SIMMONDS AND ,Chartered by the ..Legislature Virginia, and )l h Peach Countryof .1.
0 endorsed by the Chamber of(Commerce,Council,
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V i i i i \ i JOHN NEWTON,partners '
% Baker, Bradford, Alachua and Levy conn.II!
'1'-' WILL furnish roofing better than singles{ si as SU' 1I0NpS. &, NEW-!Amount" sworn, For and catalogue prominent circulars citizens and thecity testimonials where,loc address ated. ties,,through. the prosperous .

S, fx per too&q\18re'f'eet. Florida.,climate haano TON. to,.$- J._GfDUNSMORE. President,6taun ton, Va. wbcrrY'.Farm8.' .. .
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effect on it. Send stamp.for samples;,has been : .
'on.. trial here 3 years;'is neither rubber nor tar MORTIMER J. 'b NN.f.N.*) of LawteyJ tarke andCWaldo.perhaps superior -
.' Fla. To Mortimer J: Brennan; Defendant, and-all In profit to the _
.A.'ToWl&END.n.unUnrto; '9-2i-2t .. ON'FLORIDA orange voveIt.&oea through
Other Persons Interested.; NEW\ BOOK ,
the heart of the State, penetrating some oi*
You will take notice that.'a writ of
attachmenthas
1 ..'.4v TJOMELOr-Warited, 35<>buds(not trees) dch' o f beenissued in the.above entitled cause and the finest groves, one having, .

#, .* 1 three different. .varieties.. JOHN FABYAN, Co-: that a levy under said writ has been made by the To published: immediately. A handbook on 7-0,0.00 Full-bearing; Orange .

nant.Fla. < 9-* -4{ shcriffof said county.;"and! you are hereby required the .early Explorations of Fernando DeSoto In Trees
-.-- 'to appear and plead to the declaration Sixteenth Century, by F. Winstone. Price, t. ; ,,; ,
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S ImplcmexltsYor farm and garden,. filed in such'cause, on'er before Mon4a '"the 5th i passing for nearly- a mile between them .
FOR day of October. D.. cents.: Apply to Box 135, Ft, Mead, Fla. making southward to
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: hand, cheap; vegetable boxes 1,200 1891 otherwise judgment. way the Gulf,and-to
well seasoned, y4 bushel, Sd, C. A;_F.LJl'iOOJlJlK.\ will. be applied.. for according to law. ,the more tropical portions. of the State In
.. *. Sanford;Ela. .. 9-17-21' v' JORDAN: :& MCBRIDE; "' aliportions of the State It reaches points of P

.' 6z5-3m .. Plaintiffs'. Attorneys.. JATIKSONVILLEMARBLE Scenic Interest. .;

,. TRAWBERRY PLANTS.-; Newnan,at $2 per .NCIRCUIT-COURT. DOval County Florid-. .? Wakulla Springs> in the Welt, the Sawannee
) thousand\ with good"roots,. and well-packed 1 Attachment. -,. :, River' as -.beautiful and romantic as it li

>"shipping*" ?. ORGAN Orange Park' Fla.; ..' HALSEY Frrc i AND' WAIT .: ', COMPANY 'famous; Silver themselves the lake region. .
9.35tF and the lakes with their
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'T&Jt PITCH partners.
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roundings, rolling land
; : as_ ILvisEY FITCH & Co: Amount sworn '. XA3VVACTVRW OP .interspersed wltk
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'. pleasant green groves,sloping dowi .
F G.TILGHMAN, Palatkar Fla>will send vs. to,
?' W you a P.kekageor medicine for 35 << bymail MORTIMER, J.' BRENNAN .. 5Monuments, .Head-stones, to the( clear lake'frOnts.most By ,means of .this F
nul road you can readlly.reach, the
t ,that will cure your sick cattle; It a .To Mortimer J. Brennan, Defendant, an4 all Grave borderaand all -
trial and be convinced. Other Persons Interested 0 ,
.. .r 9-3-141 : < Hunting..and'Fishing Grounds. .
"' You rill take notice that a writ of attachmenthas Manner of Marble .
o. The settler will find on the line of this'roada
been issued in the above cause and that a levy
BESSIE. STEVENS, Alabama andvther straw-: -. under said writ-hae been made by the sheriff ot greater opportunity for a varied selection O4 ,
plants. 'Send for prices. JtnrcsSCSXADEX.BACH said:county' :and you are hereby required to ap*' and Granlte.Work. .land than on any other road In the State- ,
Grand Bay,,Ala. 8-671 it pear'ants plead to the declaration filed in said Cata10CuM and dtsliU' sent.* from .lightest soils to those underlaid vita
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cause, on or-before Monday the 5th day of October clay and marl, and of,richest hammock-
SALE-Pure 'Cloud seedling strawberry A; D., 1891, otherwise judgment will be.ap- appMeatioa., whether for regular mixed farming, stock di ? .
fOR Will fill orders after August ,. De plied for.according: to law : AGENT: ,' ,.W.lNTED.We dairy farming, peach or strawberry culture, I'
the in. in '&. McBRibEv orange groves and vegetable gardens
r at depot Lawtey:, .good order;at .e' JORDAN : -
.' the following rates: One to four thousand 6-2.5-3txJ Plaintifls') Attorneys. also d ea1 la Wlr. and boa, The tourist will '.be gratified with its
thousand;over five thousand $2.25. Cash must '- Fencing, 'Poultry. XtttLif. Dra scenery.:. .The. health-seeker .on Its ample .
accompany .all 'orders:'\CHAS. 11. CHURCHILL, [NRCUIT'CQUkT'Duvl. County,. FloridaI -:- and Laws TtaMt, Oates ... route can find some' spot, Adapted to his
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On the hard
Lawtey, Fla.. Cafe S.MT: CHURCHIU. 1-z3-tot. L Attachment. .. -- wants. clay road.of Middle ,
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wride'
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THOMAS ROBERTS,Jos. E. with speed
and satisfaction,*and the Florida Central
PLANTS-rMJchel'.best .for TAYLOR..f.NDGt JlGBW. and PenInsular is theSpoilsman's-
.. '. STRAWBERRY ',and Newna n for shipping. B..ROBERTS,'partners as}.Amount'swornROBERTS .

.. Plants large,well-rooted.* B.-H.' ALUEK, LaM &Co., "to. $- ; R ute. .
Fla. 7-I6.3n1.* VS. S '1 Nor*.Passengers from Northern con>lea
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MORTIMER? J. BJlEKN'AN'', --i. tions having tickets over the Florida Centra
r t "COR SALE-One. ''second hand Washington To:Mortimer J.-Brennan, Defendant; and all and Peninsular to points"In South Florid*.. t
: t '. F Hand for sale cheap ,at this office.. Other'Persons interested: have the privilege belne taken into Jack .
Write for tress rs. ". You will take notice that 41 writ of attachment sonvllle over the Company's and alloweda
t' has been' iuu 4/jn the'above.txuse, .and .that a stopover within t? her. going ''limits of the .
.. ". YOU NEED PRINTING OF Am l levy under said writ Jras been made by the sherifl ticket,with-returns o their route for deetlna
i .' DO to DaCosta Printing and w'Send of said county; and yon are hereby required to lion free of extra-charge Send for uapQf
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Tublishing-
house Jacksonville.. Fla. appear and plead to the declaration filed in-said Florida, mailed free! ; .. .

:.. cause, on or before Monday:,the 5th.day of October A. O. XACDONELL, O. P. A.,. .
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judgment
1891 frill! applied '
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you need lltatl neri of. any kind-paper- ( according to law. $of every description neatly and durably Jacksonville, Fla
.. JI>' EO pens and ink? If so, send t.DaCosta Prirrt- J : BOO at DaCosta Printing and Publishing 1 i.8. PENNINOTON,Traffic Mafaager. '
Plaintiffs Y orneejs.
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Wednesday Oct. ''7th, at 3 P.K. .."8EMINOLE"Tnesday! .Thursday, .Oct OCt. ,15th. at 'l:30p.JL CITY OF AUGUSTA .........:.......:..........................Monday.It 5- 7.tOpm .'
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Monday. Oct. 12th. at 3 P. at"ALOONQUIN". Sunday,. Oct.Oct. 20th 18th... at' .'8:00 A. M.. KANSAS CITy..........................,,.::...................... :.. Friday, 9- 9.so a JB' .
.Oct. 14th atl P.K. .:'CHEROJEE..Tuesday. Oct. 22d. at 7SO.Y.Monday ., CHATTAHOOCHEE' .......;..;......l ..........'........:.-.t"..Saturday am' .
Friday OCt. 16th, at3 P. M."Yg&A 88EE"Thursday,. Oct 25th., at.. lO:30L z?. N COOCBEE.,......................?_?._....;....;*...................Monday, .1 10-10..11 D m .
Oct. 19th, at S P. M"SEMINOLE".Sanday. .. Oct. 27th, at.. 12:30'p.H.: CITY OF BIRMINGHAM........... .............,. ...........Wednesday 1400 pm'
.Wednesday, Oct.. 21at,.at 8 P.X. ... .IROQUOIS"ALGONQUIN"Thursday- .Tuesday Oct. 29th, at .1:30 P.)(.- CITY OF.AUGUSTA'.-;... .............;/:_..;...;..-.;.:.... '...... ,...v.r1day.: ,. : *- 4X0am .
Friday Oct 23d at 8 P.M. : :: Nov. at ::30.A.X. TALLA.HAS8EE..t.. ......;....::...:....,.,..,Saturday, 1- &80pm"
Monday' Oct. 26that8p.x..OHEROKEE'.Sun4aY., .NOT. .'1st.3d.at' .5:30 A..Y. KANSAS CITY...................... ...,-.....-. ......,................ ...Monday !. 18- 7.01 pm' .
WedBesaay,oct. 28th.,at 8 P.M."YEMASSEE".Tuesday -,..._.......Wednesday, 21- 8.00pm '
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q! River Line.:' CITY OF AUGUSTA,.....:..*...: .. ...........,:.?%..'...........Mondar.II': 26:- lJO pm' r
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: CITY.OF MACON......................:....Ivy: ..............<:.....*...Tuesday I 13- L3Qpm .
: .' STEAMER "EVERGLAD: > I CITY OF'SAVANNAH.-..;.......,..................*......,.........Monday; 19- 7.00pm
'ir. Be- I GATE" CITY.;...........:..._:....*....?,.>.;,................'....:..Friday, O-10.00 aln.
Leaves'Jacksonville for: Sanford JSundays. ,Tuesdays lend'hhrsdays,at 3:39 P. CITY O*" MACON ...,............. .. .v..v.: .i............._........Monday 26- 1.00 p m .
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LesyeiJacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Fridays. ......,.... .....:.....,... .Oct. 7. 800. m'' '
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'' The above steamers. fitted,'up with flrst* -class accommodations_ *for passengers" ,and 1JESSOUO'.........:...:.!,............_.......,'..,-: ..,.........Tuesday. .1 2'72..00 pm'.'

tables,Will-be supplied with best In market. ;. : TJf'F.RR PALACE" ''BTEAMERB, ". .
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a. F. :M._ IRONIHONGEIt, jr..,.Fla.Ta: .-Agent,s8 West Bay!!L.,J c.ks6nVrne. ?a.. Through Tickets and Bills Lading.Issued to principal points North East* and Northwestvia ,
St. Jacksonville, Fla.. 'Yor1nt'ormatlouandlOOm apply to I
w. F..OGDEPI FAT :Traveling Passenger Agent;83 West Bay .
H. R. CHRISTIAN SoUoiting'Ageri '
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JOHN 1* HOWARD, Fla. Frt. Agent, foot Laura St.,Jacksonville, Fla. .. R L.WALKER Agent < c. G. ANDERSON Agent, .. '
.+. ; JacksonvilleFla. ', New.Pier No. North River.New York. City Exchange Building Savannah Gt. .
J, AvtESLIEV SupU.'foptLauraSt. RICHARDSON'& BARNYARD. Agents,Lew1a' Wharf, Boston. : "'"
MARSHALL H. CLTDEAect. Manager BowllngGreeaNWTork.' W. L. JAMES, Agent 8.Third Street,Philadelphia. .
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.. Americus. Sulphate'of: Potash .. '. .. STATE-AGENT.FOR. '* :PURE GROUND :BONF.'...:

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North Carolina Corl1 .__;.. 2 50inontrOae .Kentucky Soar Masli 6.00
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money order,'check or registered letter We cannot ship C. O.D. to dry towns. !'"
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..ISBtroffe* A Soa 4rg-$. 'are as fine in appearance and as pleasing in tone as label.. Bend toe :
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From PROP B.H. BECK, Valhermoso-Springs, Ala..: "We couldmot be pleased better with
.tie. casing or tone;quick in response and melodious.. In short we are highly pleased with the organ." I hate a poaitiT remedy'for tai abort. dimtu t by Ua .
}1 JPrem.& D. GRIGCS,A.dITyiile, Ga.: *'I am well pleased with the organ in every respect. It Is MMKAClALCaUIK" Of KDltttCnUWYiROTt> ... thtmM"a of et.m of the want kind and of long
all.you cUim it to be.", LZZU TeX,1tCY.' taaduvhaT.beef !. Indeed.,I&ro C 11.,fifth: ".
';:,- Frem'Y. M. C.A., per T. G.COO LEY'Hmsboro.tN.. C.? -Tlie prgan dYeS entire satisfaction.ftnfj 1 .>''Bt....anti.Ytd4.>Opasfllea,. 'la affleaey: ,that I win send TWO BOTTUM 1' BwttaaTALTJABLKTBEATI8E l' '
I oae who,has seen it is very much-p{ased with the instrument and the price on t1.e same," on iMadteMMtoaafta* 4!
I" .. :: From. iteN..P.STEELE Prescot;; Ark.wonder.:' ''"My.family.. is well pleased,.. ,'in" every respect_'with. the I,...... II tr.ee.to..,..,.lilllcnllllna..la......111 BUt....6'. "19M"h f JB:"". 'ftr r who will s.od mi their. H=De.r an4P.d.addri& 'f'
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