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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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 Material Information
Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 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: UF00055765:00201
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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BLAKE &AGENTS RIPLEY,. OONTE.NTS.j: : ,. B. J..SftlB"l: lie;; '. :

Oaovz JJTD ORCHARD-Florida Fruit In Washington;WIfl Foot-Rot' Attack the. Sour Stock-; ., :89B Tboawvllle, G. ,A awrfreatts : .,'
i FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE, '. We Most Fertilize;Belling Oranges Reply to Mr.KeeM' ;!Sources of Potash' ]; -s ', v .' 004 = on .Fear' toee j t
.The Fruits of Southern Texas;The Water of Florida; lip! *f 7 "t ?- -. 869 Isaued, ,i&dodfeg,the: lit t, ,

57 CHATHAM ST., BOSTON. FARMER AXD Tatresa-Practical Farm Talks No/It;j(Honor to Whom Honor; 806 and beet telonHfttkm om
Three Pecks of Oats Again;Plant Food':'An Analogy;\': -. .<.o'i 807.. Pear CottarOogeAer wi* "s

OD Price applleaWon.Catalogue of weekly .sales.. "furaliaed, _Pom.n:Silver Spangled-' Hamburg.; .." .. /: ,*" .. . 607 1 DeecripUTe ,aad Fries List
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G.W.BA&SBTT. .. ., EorrouiJNotes; Orange and Vegetable Trade Review. ];No Cause for a Panic;, '. :I. 888...;. 1. and otbef fruit.tree ., -, : ..
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Florida Irrigation' Statistic How Long WIU the Ea FertlMty Last Georgia 8outheinand
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< Florida Railroad;Orange and Vegetable Trade ievkw;Questions and Replies; .< .809," : 'u .
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; BROS., OUR;TouHO FOLKS-A Sleepy Little School The Kecpciytory;.Superstition of Miners;Sariog '. '. ,, .PATENT' *. '
Money;Cultivating the Memory;A Boy's Quaint Notfen;Norel: dompasa;How War Shipsare \ MUZZLED. .r '

D AGENTS'FLORIDA Named; t ., .' 1.1"; v *, .j, *& *.: ',810, < -. .j jOur ,'
#r *- sew Spiral Spring.Maack flows'stock.
RUIT EXCHANGE.- .Otnt RmuI..Hoo-Hajor: : Campbells Talks to the Ladles;-Tested Recipes-:No;1;' > 811, graze MId prevents browsteg Pjjee,'$i.ag each'

Wb9eaale; prui i' &itd: T1/t1N.;. TRK: FABXCBS ..u.wx"ann.8t: t tici"No.1: Tom Sawyer'to Cot'Chesebro: %Why Was It' at factory,or,|i. o post paid, afjbi with order..-
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Prompt All orders to b f addressed to S. B. H &
lUl Soalh rster Street, Farmer-Rankers Neither Sect nor Sex Politics :T ,- .. ._. ;,813 <
Chicago. : ; ; "! r I Co.,.who bane taken chargeas oC thee bWineM 1MIa
: Resolutions: of.Lake County Alliance;'The Sub-Treiwafy Plan,-No.1; ." 814: to maattfectere and sak.HTT .!.. . yi 1
... PALMER, 8TAT:Niws-Notes;Fine Designsfl ...Ie, titr :i'.,.I i. V ;> _., 81':r i : !""_ t '- f '." j-

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SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY. I BERMM QNM ; 4'J
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Oranges,Lemons,Pineapples, and'sill other -" -i l..: ort.o -- ,,
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All oonsifnmenta promptly.. remitted for' Our:,new ,Crop of' the Genuine, BERMUDA, ONION.. SEED is .'... ...
Btfj&eUs a&d market reports furnished tree. IJ' ='

merchants Ksfcronooa*and: Bradstreets banks of the and South.established, now ready. Bermuda White, ,$3 perpound; ;!.Bermuda Pale: Red, :00- ..

$z..75, postpaid .1 i\W&L' tv* v

'BARGAIN.IRRIGATION 'i'- rHrG.'KA8TN OO 'Interlachen Fla +
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-J PLANT Our sew 4o-page catalogue free on application.WHITR _' .
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Wit1t,, WOR.THINGTON >Double-acting',Pump, 1AMoNj r

ttetxidag six thousand gallons per hour. All in o

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Big ACRES. 13 GREENHOUSES. ;: And' BuildingMate J
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Being fully two,weeks in advance of Niagara ':
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TREES. AND, PLANTS State Agent for theDiamond, White Grape Com pa +""' .' 1 CHARLESTON. -, '

' .Ws e.er for tile Fall togs a large and'fin* sooil :X.. IS, Tallafiassee, EhuV- : '
of". FRUIT sad UraaIA aIal :
2% ULE 'JIe4.e' .PlaBU.Prnit R Vln'Tree ft1 JJ AL e Also full stock of NIAGARA, DELAWARE,IVBd,CT'| IANA,NORTON,CHASSELAS,Butcr HAK-, BENTON&UPS ,

M4 16Y1.Tree eedJIDP'- .PrioedOM aorta and all other leading and new varieties of Grap" jjees,,native and foreign.. -, .* '
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PMOEMIX( ,MURSERYanil :'CD.PUY f gh,Practlcallnstractton. Graduates asto ..r JACKSONVILLE ,F ,,:-: ..
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containing;prtoes aad.FfMC 'llOllmERIJ .
of tlssEms. JACKSONVILLE, f' FLORIDA.Offlco "

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: dealers in and Importers of ail kted of AgrtceHaral Ofenmloah.Bend .

: us your name and we will mall you from;Meae to'tJjne:muoh general InformMlon 'STH!1I1E'N'I
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.. ,W.skaewof Bedyaad3tiad.. ','A.1tIoa superb stock:of Kverfreens.CamelUa __., :' '
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an* ;. "i:' THE FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER AKD FBUTT-GROWER.; V [OCTOBER 8,1891

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'Will destroy th'eman4 .prevent further damage. Spraying Machines. at manufacturers' prices. Orange: 1 box;..

material, viz: Spruce pine heads, Bangor, Tupula, Poplar and Virginia Gum sides, Birch hoops, mixed

hoops, orange: wraps, ladders, sizers, orange clips, nails, .etc., all of the best quality and as cheap as the

cheapest V 11-!:. d. .. ;,. .Send." ...for..Circulars- : and",Price. ,.List. ., '\ .

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;; :: :. Is the,most effective compound yet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange. tree, and i is a sovereign remedy

\ for the various! forms of fungi,on trees and plants. Being free from all substances of a caustts corrosive or poisonous. nature, it can

F be handled with perfectsafety the person, and applIed, to the trees at any stare of growth without injury.

has been used )DY> some orange prowers in the state during the past two years, and has riven
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: perfect *References furnished on application .

FOR RUST MITE USE ONE OUART TO FIFTY GALLONS OF WATER. When; used at this strength the trees should be sprayedfor

the( Rust Mite twice a month through; the season. Where labor constitutes the principal item of expense spraying trees it is better

ai cheaper" r to 'use.the Insecticide at.lull strength, Viz.One gallon of solution to 50 gallons of water, as the fumes from the Insecticide -

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

tkre or ings through the season, thereby reducing the cost from one-third to 'on&-half. This is.an Advantage Possessed by

.m otker'Preparaf on of Sulphur I if.used in this manner it will,also kill the other insects that may be moving the trees. .

._ FOR RED SPIDER and SCALE, use one gallon to fifty gallons of water. General directions ionising sent on application.. '

:;1, ,PRICE 20c; PER.GALLON, in barrels. If there is.no'agent in your vicinity, write for price delivered. .

\ SPRAYING ,APPARATUS furnished to our customers.at cost "'
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: HcMASTER & MILLER, San .Mateo and Citra, Fla.

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SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND .WESTERN RAILWAY

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Y- .:'-'.' The attention of shippers taC directed to. the Plant S. 8. Line between Havana Key West and Tampa,and Uonth Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford S. F.&W.By.be-
......-. ".._je Jacksonville.Gainesville,Bainbridge, River Junction and Savannah, Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between-Savannah.Pailadelphla,Boton aad New
"f ertr.; and Merchant.and Miners Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore The best equipped,fastest and moat prompt lines. between all points in J'loridaaBd.all
pem..Nort.handNorthweat. Receiver and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection; '
JTOBTH BffUIfDU I i; SOUTH BOUKD.
Doable dally It freight service for all point; West via*A1bany, .up'Ba1nb.r1dreand: Double daily fast freight service from all point North and West via AJfeaay.BtofcMfer'
S&TaI1BaJ1.! f f. *' j Jesnp and Savannah to all points In Florida;fast freight trains V both,..via Gainesville,Jacksonville .
Dally feast freight aU a)1 conaeotion,via the Atlantic Coastline to. all Eastern,Interior ,Callahan and Live Oak. .. -
and Coast polntaifclnding NeW:York,Berton Philadelphia Baltimore, Washington and Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Octan &t am blp Company,saUlae froei
Pro"f1deDe New York New( :Pier, ,North River,) direct for Savannah Monde f Wednesdair. PM ajraed
tl a for New York via Ocea .Steamship Company. ,leaving SavannahS Saturday. r. -- .
Ylltear eonW aytw' aH ya. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamert will[ leave Bosteci June 4rU.
..' Two eo neoU0D8..week foI' # ,via MtrchanU' and ){Jn ra' rtationCom,1eav.tDCvaanahev8l'1'WedDelldayand 18 and, 25 for Savannah direct;making connection on the dock*-at Savannah with f*...'
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Saturday. freight trains for all point In Florida.
,cneotkMHi for Bo t.on. ,via Boston.and l Bavaanah Steamship, CompaD7leaT1n1 Savannah From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leavlDc'p.k11adeJpht&-Hay t', 19 and 2A, 7
Jeae4.ll.18and5. -- > :: every.nve days from regular sailing day via Now York to Savannah. '. .
poaaeeatoaa Philadelphia. every ten day via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving From Baltimore via Merchants and Mines* Transportation Co., every Tuesday. ;! Htt, ""
Savaasah June 4.14 and 2t. Friday, making close. connection with 8.,F.ct W.By.for all point In Florid t.
Balling days for Steamships" are subject to change without notice.' .: .... .is
The Florida Dispatch(Line.1*'the.qnickestland; beet freight route from all point North,East and'West to Florida. 'For full particulars,rates,steneHs and shipping.receipts afpirtoCC -< .. .
a..agste of the aboveFllueor tA,, s J'- WM.P.HARDEE.aen'1! F'relght Agent,l9Naatsah;v.. J
1' '. :D.OWENS,.Tra c Manager, 8vaQBabGa' .:F.B. PAPY,Asst.Traffic Manager, Savannah,Qa. W.M.DAVIDeONGe; .' Traffic Agent,'Jsekeenvile?Fla.. :,
.. J.P. JORDAN,Trav.Agent.Qalncy.' J

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ITS- CAUSES: AND._ CURE, SCALES, .Milwaukee-Florida Orange 9.. z

'IMI wlie ieati@oaUy treated Deafne by an &tU'tfi erar.Uea-ted of world and I TON _IIW. hIPi..... Selected strains of' Choicest Varieties of Cltru Fruit Tree a.Specialty.. t .... .
reputationof. o&.ber'l'eMmentAI. from 20 to bave 93 years failed.8taB4lBC.- How ,;J.:_ S35 I Jew. 1IIJi;""- '* Budding-Wood for aale.,M'ae4.times;.j ;
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......pa and MIK'bBOBlAte of.curb from PrOm1seM P KPAIR your old family Bibles; make them as I' aad Priee-Llft,address. ;: ::
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JACKSONVILLE.'OCTOBER
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I That having, been,accomplished, o f four years, and, like,nearly, all speciralists I Will Foot-Boot Attack the Sour .
Jfo1le: and ,OrCtard: course it, would be in order, to send he ,is .making\ a success. He Stock? .

'other;delicate Florida products here, has about an.acre on which, there-are: ; Editor Farmer and Fnrit-Growef: t, .,
Florida Fruit in Washington..Editor such as alligator pears, Kersey plums) ,ooo plants. They are located near; Your recent little squib announcing! .. .
Farmer and Fruit-Grower' ; loquats, mangoes, and above all; pine the edge of .a lake, on hand that was that I had conquered a bad attack offootrot' ..
Haying I lately ,arrived, here.. from apples. The royal varieties of this fruit, once'practically worthless: ; ,a, sort of in an old sweet grove and
Florida, I have' been 'looking into the which are now being cultivated. with black, tough prairie' it. By means would soon report the manner in which .
question of marketing semi-tropica 1' ,such success in Orange county, on of broad, deep, ,covered underdrains, the cure had been effected was a trifle ':
fruits iii Indian river, on the keys and elsewhere in which the water from,, the lake is previous I am still in the, toils af-
Washington and: have learned o. in Florida, don't get to Washington always standing,he has drained. and'irrigated : though ,I think as the deacon used to
that Florida's best,, oranges, and pine ,at' all.? The people', pay fancy the land. say, "I have the upper: hand."
apples seldom, if.ever,, reach here. prices for small, poorly flavored Red The whole acre is covered: with a, Let me digress just 'here to give a
The people of the national capital Spanish pines, and n'ow1bei'e'are.noneof scaffolding, about seven, feet high, on word warning against relying upon .
situated within ,miles fruit any kind to be had in the market. which slats are laid so as to half shade, any of the "certain sure" remedies
1,000 of'the Even the'Red ,Spanish. would be wel- the.land. The plants are all of .extra j which have been recently given to the :
region of Florida are not anything likeso come. varieties, and cost a. good deal l of public as entirely effective.' It is very."f
familiar with the/'good'thjrigs of our On arriving here, two weeks ago, I money. ,But they have paid well. doubtful, if any substance, lotion or c
State as .they are with the juicy but brought two fine pineapples from Or Mr. Russell has taken upwards of mixture Applied to .the affected parts

somewhat harsh-flavored pears,.grapes l lando. Although but slightly turned $2,000 worth of pines and plants from ,(whether freed of dead or_ diseased .
and peaches brought from ,California : when first 'cut, they ripened on the that acre during the past two years. bark or not) or to any: part of the tree .,
: journey, and were in first class 'eating Most of his plants are of the cele- or adjacent soil will effect a cqre. The
nearly 3,500 miles. Such a,state .o'f condition wheh they reached here. brated Abbakah variety. He believesso disease is constitutional, not local.. In W
affairs ,should,not.exist. One was .a Golden Queen and 'the 'in
,. strongly pineapple culture that' every case, that ,has come under my .
For several years past' a gentleman other an Abbakah, and' both were he is preparing to set out six acres observation its development has been #
living in the'well-known South Apopka grown .by Mr.\ George I. Russell, near more. Such a field of pineapples, in under conditions of malnutrition.You .. ,' ;
of Orlando., as flourishing'condition as the one at find it on high, dry soils that are
has been
region Orange Bounty; The Abbakah was about ten inchesin Orlando would be as profitable as never fertilized, and where the root- .
sending boxes of his best friiit to Gen., length, which made it of very ,sixty acres of an ordinary bearing lets of the old trees closely planted .

Marcus J. Wright, of the war depart., respectable size even in Florida, although orange orrnvp. have ramified. through everY. particle..
ment, as a Christmas present. Gen. .this splendid variety grows HiS l latest fad, in the way of a pineapple of soil, and are dying because they '
Wright informed me. the other day much larger than that under favorable is the "Enville City." This,. have nothing more: to feed on. On
that these had been tasted conditions.. The Golden Queen was variety makes'a large, pyramidal fruit, low ground periodical saturation destroys .
oranges bycompetent probably seven inches long, and lookedas and the ,top of the apple expands intoa the roots..and brings about the' ,,
authorities on, Jr.uitj; ; who though it had been powdered over sort of crest, like a coxcomb, bn'the same condition of insufficient food
had been all over the tropics; who pronounced 'with gold dust. It, was a perfect upper edge of which the plants are.set supply. Usually the leaf functions ; \.
them richer and better beauty,:and its rich fragrance was a thickly as' bristles on a brush. The are at the same time! destroyed by insects )I
flavored than even the choicest silent invitation to a juicy feast. most valuable feature of the "Enville resulting in imperfectly elabo. :: f; r
varieties of China and Siam. 'These: These pines created a small-size City" is that the fruit will sometimes rated sap. But whatever the cause''
oranges were far,better than any ever sensation. Nobody had ever seen any remain for four weeks on the stalk the disease is insidious; when it is aCtively r
displayed the' fruit: stalls of Washington so large or beautiful, or so sweet- after it has begun to ripen. This peculiarity at work,"it makes no sign .for" ',. ,
and yet the Florida Cracker can ,scented, and all were surprised that would l enable it to reach many months; sometimes even a year -
feast,on them,every ,day. such fruit should grow in, Fonda., .Washington, or any'other place in the will elapse with no outward indications .;x
Tangerine and Mandarin oranges General Marcus\ J. Wright had the country, in almost as fresh and good and the grower naturally concludes '
are the great favorite here, especially Abbakah for dessert at dinner to which ,condition as when cut from the stalk. that his application has resulted in,'a III
with the ladies, but I am\told that none, he invited some' select friends, and On the day that I left Orlando'for: cure. At least two years must elapse '1: .
of them are ever seen' Here over two they vowed that no such fruit had ever Washington there were hundreds of Without sign of the'trouble before a cure
inches in,diameter. The splendid red pleased their palates before. The the finest apples" matutfng in Mr., can be, claimed for any applicatioh. or V
Tangerines of Altamonte,; Orlando d 11 General himself talked, as though he Russell's garden. The scented pyra- treatment. = ,
Lake Howell, "with , three to three and a half inched across of the, war bureau and hie away bristling leaves on all sides, their an,answer to the question: head- _
the,blossom ,end, would be a revelation n i to South Florida, and devote the rest checkered sides as yellow and clean as ing,this article, will foot-rot attack the
to 'tire Washingtpnians. They would I of his life to raising, Abbakahs, though moulded from Jersey butter sour stock? If so, to what extentas
bring finer prices, too, and would I The Golden Queen formed the nucleus and there were lots of young ones, compared with the sweet? At the '.
advertise Florida. *I of a fashionable dinner at the too, not, bigger than pine cones, giving last meeting of the State Horticultural ':io .
Guavas could bej brought.here from house of a prominent official of the promise of future 'feasts. Why Society I stated that I had seen it on' :t
Florida, and would sell, top., Nearly ;,Pension Bureau, the same even mg. when such fruit can be raised in Florida the, sour orange. 1 I find I was mi .
everybody has heard of.. guava jelly, :, It might have made Mr. ,Russell a little should'the proud citizens of the taken. In a* grove of five hundred
but the average Washingtonian, vain to have heard what they said Nation's capital be compelled to eat badly affected trees I find a few scattering
doesn't know whether it is made froma about his noble fruit, and what a grand Red Spanish pineapples and sour sour stocks of same age entirely .
vegetable, fruit or animal; whether tHing it ,must be to have a grove of Jamaica oranges? Mr. Russell has; exempt. .
it dies, walks, hangs on a tree or trees that produced such apples. Thatis so far, found a market for all of his In view of the very general preva ,,
grows underground. Stewed guavas, about as much as the average Wash- fruit right at home, but when Florida, lence of the disease on bearing trees ,
with sugar, lose nearly all of the ingto ian knows of the habits of Florida fruit growers wake, to the importanceof on sweet roots, and the:'probability 'J ,
objectionable qualities 1 of the,raw fruit, fruits ,One 'cultured lady was this industry, some of the Abbakahsand that all the trees in the State of this "
and( the people of our city would soon heard too insist tthe other day that pineapples : the hammock oranges and guavas character will be attacked, an experience ',
learn to pay good prices'Jgr the grew under ground like potatoes can get, he"re, too. common to all orange .growing '
Florida. guava., It seems to me that instead of on trees, for,she *bad L. S. PERKINS.Washington ,countries, I believe, this, question _is
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this fruit could be sent here.as" easily asth'e' seen,the plant itself growing on top D.C. of great importance.: We read' that' .. .
:delicate peaches, and pears;, are' of the'frult 9 r when this disease ravaged the 'groves } b
brought from California, mores! than Mr.\ ,Russell has been concentratinghis See "Orange and .'T Vegetable, of Italy they saved:some trees by inarching -'* '
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three times..'as J far. -away. "'\..-Y*Txv effo. ts..c. ;>n, pineapples' ,. : thieeor,. ?, Trade. .. EeyJew. on editorial" ;'page.. .' > **- '' sour *.seedlings'-, d"';-'and-'"'*rene- ...ed' _"'x-, ,." ? }v ,p
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groves entirely destroyed by plantingsour ago last winter, and were budded when II I houses? Blot them from existence age of seventy. Our Presidents when-
stock which .were found proof two years old, and the most of them and would there not be'one. link out they have, served eight years. Our
against the disease. are'now i and 2 inches in diameter, between us and the consumer or the Governors and officers at six. Now,
Many jn this State, myself among as perfect ,35 it is possible to growth retail trade? I know you are just if it is wisdom to curtail our officers,
the number, are relying mainly on the em. like me, you; don't want them to steal would it not be wise to say to the-
efficacy of inarching sour stocks to Now, there is nothing in the soil any' more from you. But you seem avaricious: Thus far thou can'st go-
save and rejuvenate affected trees., that produces these results; it is in to want them all to live up there to but no farther? But I am wandering,
Yet it is frequently asserted that the both cases on pine land; but there is corner your auctions whenever they and for fear I may run into "sweet-
disease attacks the spur tree. May something in the men 'who have done i can get the largest part of all out of- ness and light" and get hung betweentwo
not these assertions, like my own impression it. They do not figure how little fertilizing season shipments. My: plan is to prune of the planks that Bro. Taylor
t as expressed before the Society the trees will get along with and them down about 80 to 90 per cent. thinks are "rotten as dirt" but Sister
,' be founded upon imperfect observation not quite die, but how :much it can and put the remainder on the qui vivft King finds one of them""green" (I will
? take up and utilize. and if that don't-do put them under add very green), I will quit.
Has any reader of the FARMER AND Mr. Williams has traveled extensively bond. I HAPPY Go LUCKY.
FRUIT GROWER ever seen. what he knew I has seen the vine and the or- The Exchange handled nearly 300- Floral City,Aug. 31,1891.Sources .
d to'be foot rot upon. what he knew to be a I ange in a dozen different countries.He i ooo boxes of fruit last season,at an t I
sour stock mentions the most perfect orange average net return of $1.57 per box. of Potash.
>lr. Editor, in view of the importance groves in Africa. As the industrythere That} is verY' good. But, one of my Editor Farmer article and Fruit-Grower under the:above head-
of this matter, will'you not give is of quite recent date, the trees neighbors (Mr.J. A. Hampton), shipping In the the-
this question a. prominent place in are young. He says the manner of more than 800 boxes, netted ing, in your issue of August 27th,

,1 your columns and request a general training there is with very short.,trunk, $2.31 per box, and he had none of type says some Where things it that reads are chlo-not
response from those who can throw tops of trees low and broad spread ; the benefits of telegraph or quick mail. strictly correct.
be chlorideof
should
any light upon it? culture all with a hoe and a rake, with This>is 74 cents per box more. than rides of potash Where it it reads soil
A. H. MANVILLE. the use of mulch. JAMES MOTT. the Exchange, a sum greater than the potassium. our
t . freight bills we hear so much kicking and atmosphere contain an abundant
.. We Must Fertilize. Selling Oranges-Reply to Mr. about. Now, how did he do this? supply of chloride: it should have read
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower!': Neeld. Well, I will tell you, he made the chlorine. This chlorine is in combination
1ft it reads
Is it not a bore to find the would-be rdltor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: three points the system I propose with sodium. Where
," orange grower with his trees trimmedto .I am glad you spoke; I accept your exactly covers. He shipped to reliable vegetable growth of sea-weed and it should
poles! And ,then they must be criticism of toy nont,,de. plume iq.all l houses. He missed all glutted have read vegetable growth sea-
1 W "thinned out inside," and in this good humor. I am'aware one should markets.. (But this was only accidental water. Sea-weed contains but a small
poor soil they are-left to feed on air, always sign his name to articles that as he might not do so again 'in per cent of potash, but assimilates
for there is ammonia in the atmosphere are meant to call forth serious thought.I twenty years). chloride of sodium in large quantities.
and don't need ashamed He what his fruit sold for to Why this is so is more than I can tell.
an orange tree am like you, I am not to 3. got
.. .. Yet of Hancock" the less the commission.Here but it seems to be the order in the
.. it. a large part our plan. place my "John to anything consumer
77. ters are of that class, and it, is no I do. But you show yourselfout it is all in a nut shell. Giveus eternal fitness of things. In manufacturing
wonder there are so many failures. of style speaking the way you enough good houses in all the mar. salt from sea-water, there is

lat season I printed in, my catalogue do about"my sense," you should have kets we can reach to handle the fruit considerable chloride of potassium as
residue after the salt has been .
and manual a talk I ,had with nominated me to the Legislature at and vegetables to advantage, then a ; crys-
talized out of the mother liquors this
However if want select_some one to consign our produceto
well
one of our most practical as as once. you my
i; successful orange grove men on this autograph or pen picture of Lilly Hill, the place where it is wanted and chloride into of potassium of is "readily ,add-con
'' verted sulphate potash by
I important fertilizer question. He just j address "Happy Go Lucky," we will be, or: try to be, satisfied with acid and is ,then fit for
asked what I would do if I was try- Floral City, Fla., and 'it will come. results. Now, for example, there are ing sulphuric ,
ing to make the most of a certain Now, Bro. Neeld, let us reason to in New York City 2,000 commission agricultural purposes.
number of orange trees. I.said. I gether. "In the multitude of counsels' houses;; only about 200 are said to The above explanation, I hope, will
would get three or four pounds of there is found wisdom." have any financial rating. Supposethe make all clear, and I will proceed to
potash and eight or ten of bone i. I don't propose a new association association,,should contract with give other experiments on potash bear-
meal; and if I thought they. wanted just'to handle the oranges alone. We 100 of these to sell its fruit; this would ing on agriculture. If one pound of
more ammonia I would give three or have two such already. One was born leave 1,900 to patronize the Exchange, carbonate, sulphate or nitrate of potashis
r. four pounds of cotton seed meal, and several years ago; has been well tried and as all they might buy would be added to two or three hundred
II. watch results, and as fast as trees and may do very well for: handling theirs, they would help to boom prices, pounds of sand and thoroughly mixed
:' would take it, give 'them more; that oranges. But it seems to have dried and in that event the grower would and packed in a small barrel with a
likely I would, after the first ,application up some time in April, as no trace of reap .,the benefit. You may say they perforated head so that fluids will pass
get ammonia enough in the bone i it is found in FRUIT-GROWER of April will>beat:) down the prices at the Exchange freely, and thirty or forjty gallons of
meal. A walk in his grove showed 30. (Then how about May beans?) The. but be assured they will do.'water is filtered through the sand and
remarkable results in growth ,and other reported its first auction, about the, that anyway. And what is more, I the water collected and evaporated
,,': fruit; and he told me he was doing first of December. ((Then what are we to don't see how you can ever expect ninety-nine per cent. of the potash
JL* "just what you said you would." with_November= oranges and August more than 80 per cent. of what your will .be. recovered.. Take.. ..the. same.
A visit to his place a few days since lemons?) It ,also seems to have fruit is really worth when you sell at quantity oi pOtash ana mix it withtwo
shows the same successful culture. ,, dried up sometime in May. (Then what an auction which will always bear the or three hundred pounds of clay
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; trees loaded with oranges. On one shall we do with June tomatoes or stigma of a forced sale.I intimately and pack it in the barrel
tree, a Tangerine, the bud three years July watermelons?) have not wasted many gallons of with the perforated bottom and run
,. old, there are over one thousand 2. Nor did I mean to "attack the ink on this or any other subject, and through thirty or forty gallons of water
fruits. This season his fertilizer is the Florida Fruit Exchange"by proposing' my ideas may be somewhat scattering, and'' evaporate the fluid, and not over
t '. same as last, only increased accordingto a new organization. I am aware of but it does sometimes look like the two per cent. of the potash will be
the size of the trees, ,twenty poundsof the fact that I.am not as well postedas rankest folly to try to getthe people to recovered. The rest will be retainedby
bone meal and five pounds of to the working of the Exchangeas unite for self-protection. It is Often a the clay. This is a clear indicationthat
potash. I should be. I have been in Flor- thankless job to try. we should use more clay in our

As' is always the case, some of his ida nearly eight years; I first read The Like you, I am not impressed very compost heaps. Clay acts as a reser-
neighbors will catch .on, and follow Agriculturist for two years, and from favorably by the sub-treasury, but 'I'' voir for both potash and ammonia,
his plan. One of them, whose successI what I gained.there I did not like the can join you on the government own but holds both with such feeble attach-
will mention, Mr. Wm. Wilson, of system proposed by the exchange: and ing or controlling the means of transportation ment that it gives both the potash and
Ocala, cleared his land four years I have since heard shippers and and if our leaders in coun- ammonia to the roots of all plants that
ago last fall, and began planting a others bitterly condemn it, and espe cil still insist, I say take along thesubtreasury require them for the performance of
He procured trees with two cially its manner of saleauction.But too. But what I would their functions.A .
year grove.buds, and he says now one ,of I 1 I will repeat; I do not mean to at- rather see along this line is ,a law negative experiment with potashis
them has on 3,200 and another 3,400 tack the ,Exchange, and be it far from against the double crime of avarice. to plant any seed, no matter what
fruits. He has some Adriatic figs, me to do anything to foster the old To-day one man owned ninetenthsof in pure clay and carbonate of lime.
the cuttings set in eighteen months ago, commission system. I tried cabbagefive ,this Nation and could b} oppressionget The seed will germinate and will makea
one of which ripened 480 fruits, and times under that system and drew the other tenth and starve the desperate effort to live and grow by
'i now a second crop is setting. He five solid blanks and it broke my cabbage weak and helpless to death there is substituting ammonia for potash to a
also raises some nursery trees. I bought head and heart. no law to stop him. The Ocala demands limited extent/ taking this ammoniaand
I a lot of 800 Tardiffs of him for my But seriously, Bro. Neeld, can we call for a graded'income tax carbonic acid from the atmosphere,
trade. The seeds from which they handle,our fruits and vegetables suc- and I think it is one of the key-notes. but will eventually die without maturing
: :;,, were grown were planted .four years cessfully without these commission Our laws retire our generals at the a seed or producing. a flower. Thist

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if mixture of clay and,carbonate of lime J per cent.; the compost from granitehas "Figs,are_ eminently successful, especially there are none. Our repeated efforts t'
is absolutely sterile. No'shrub, tree, 'from nine to twelve per cent.; on the immediate coast. to raise them failed. Finally we got
vine, plant; fern, fungus, lichen or the compost from: pure feldspar has Brunswick, Magnolia (which is probably } an accidental-wild cross between our
alga will mature a seed, or'spore without from fourteen to sixteen percent.: Brown Turkey and Celestial are Dewberry and Texas Blackberry. We t
potash, phosphoric acid, lime and j\lbite is a constituent of granite in the favorites."Pomegranates. call it Broden's Blackberry. I believe
magnesia. which thepotash..is'replaced by soda. are perfectly suc- I it the best ultra Southern.. Blackberry '\
Thus far the subject has been treated The decomposition of this form of cessful. or hybrid in use* here. Strawberry
IB a practical way and not strictly as granite in the Rocky Mountains has "In oranges we are experimentingwith culture has assumed considerable pro- ,. :
the heading would indicate ,The produced the alkaline plains in which Oonshm (Satsuma) and awaitinga portions between Houston and Gal- .
forms or combinations of potash and but little vegetable growth is produced.The hard winter to tell us jof results. veston; at Athens and Hitchcock,
its applications'and properties have ,scant rainfall has allowed the soda "Of plums, Prunus Chicasaw has where irrigation in Strawberry culture,
'been treated of, 'and,not its commercial that is set free on the higher lands to been considered our only.material. Of seems unnecessary. But in South-
or primary sources. ':The; primary descend and the water that, held the these Indian Chief, Caddo Chief, western Texas we can succeed only
source of all, the, potash:that is'available soda salts in solution to- be evaporated Colletto, Jennie Lucas, Pifam, by irrigation."
in our soils, plants, saline 'waters thus leaving the soda on the Newman and African are our favorites. e ,
and deposits soluble salts of potash surface and producing the "Great Later we have Golden Beauty (P. The Water of Florida
r has been and is being derived 'from American Desert." If ever art or Umbilata), and probably Whyland, Cistern water is the' best water in
the disintegration of the rocks that science brings water enough on this and some good wild varieties of the the world, and an abundance can be
contain it as a component, desert or any portion of it to dissolve interior will prove successful. had all over Florida, with but little -
such as feldspar, granite, clink-stone, this soda and keep it i dissolved until it "The introduction of the Japan trouble. Next to cistern is our pond
porphyry, etc. The action of the at- is carried to the ocean, that desert will plums begins a new era. Kelsey, Botan, water and the water from the wells _
mosphere, moisture, heat, light and be a wonderfully productive land. Satsuma, Burbank, and others give and springs in the piney woods. Our'
other known and unknown: physical After a short inquiry as to the every appearance of having come to ponds and lakes about all over Floridaare
elements or forces caused the potashto sources of phosphate and lime the help build up'a more valuable additionto clear, pure and full of fish and the
leave silicic acid ''and alumina and ;subject of compost will be practically our pomology than we have hith- water good for house use. Especiallythe
dissolve in water and take'tip carbonic treated. J. U. L. F. erto had. But to spend another ounce everglades and ponds containing
and other acids and contribute an essential 'The alkali of the great plains is of energy'to get anything out of the maiden cane and cypress. The water
element to vegetable life. In also derived: from feldspar, hornblendeand Prunus Europea family would be wasted in the wells of our piney woods is
the case of pure feldspar, .becoming'decomposed pyroxene.-En. effort., sometimes of a reddish cast, from saw
the potasn is washedout 1# "Apple culture seems developed wherewe palmetto or hard pan, but, is soft and
and kaolin is left. This kaolin or The Fruits of Southern Texas. can stimulate its value. Lincoln, healthy, and becomes, white after be
clay being mixed by:the action cf water Horticulture in Southern Texas has Jones' Favorite,?tevens,Yellow Sweet, ing dipped out a few times, being as .
and the winds with oxide of iron, much in common with horticulture in Red, May, Sallie Gray and perhaps good for house use and washing as
phosphate of lime, carbonate of lime Florida. Many varieties that succeed Summer Queen are well worth"plant cistern water. It is an 'advantage in .
and magnesia forms our best and, most there will thrive here, and methods,in ing here. So far we have found no point of health to have a large por-
productive soils. operation there are equally applicablein others. They must be trained with tion of the country covered with water, a'
The commercial supply of potash is Florida. For this reason the following very low heads-from the ground up- as it renders the air pure by absorbing
derived from the .ashes of wood and from the pen of Gilbert Onder- or there is no success even with these. noxious gases, 'unless it be malarious '
other vegetable substances,. from the donk, a grower of fruit and nursery "We have"succeeded with Duchesse swamps, and I have never seen any in, d
residue of manufacturing processes, as stock on an extensive scale, and an d'd'Angouleme, Andrews and Beurre Florida. The limestone water of this
sulphate of potash and chloride of potassium authority on horticulture in that re- Rose Pears, and now LeConte and country is not fit for man or beast. {
and from deposits of sulphate gion, will be of interest to our read Kieffer loom up as our specialties. Our limestone rock. is formed from
of potash mixed with chlorideof ers Mr. Onderdonk is located at There are probably 150,000 LeContesand seashells, entirely animal matter. Our
potassium and' sodium and sulphate Nursery, in Victoria county: This Kieffers (mostly LeContes) in orchard extensive marl beds and phosphateare
of lime and other, impurities.This article was prepared at the request of rows in Southern Texas. H.M. simply the remains of dead fish
mixed deposit is known in com- the Sub-Tropical Committee of the Stringfellow, of Hitchcock, Galveston l- and marine and land animals. These 3A
merce as kainite. India furnishes American Pomological Society it bears county, is making a grand rock, marl and phosphate beds' are'the
of nitrate. date of 26th and is commercial success of raising sources of all of our hard water
.. large quantities potash as August 1891, now pear ,
The deposits in caves are leached and given to the public for the first time: mostly LeContes. which is loaded with animal poison ,
the' lixivium evaporated down to a 'The fruits of Southern Texas are "Every variety of'the Persian race of and cannot be otherwise than very
crystalizing point .and allowed to quite distinct from those of higher lat- peaches is a failure here. The Northern impure. This water seems greasy to
crystalize. Considerable quantities of itudes or more elevated regions.'In Chinese run down to within abouta the touch, and the unfortunatepersons:
.. potash are attained by this means. ,grape culture our best successis hundred miles of the coast, but be using it from laziness or ignorance, .
Where these supplies.fail we have.an with the Herbemont type. Even low that they are, as a class, worthless. soon become sickly and feeble. It
inexhaustible supply in the. feldsparand for some of these we seem to be below Carpenter's Cling bears about half the i produces a blood poison, with a pale, '
mica and other rocks' that contain. the proper zone. The ,Cunningham, time at an elevation of say a hundredfeet sallow appearance: Persons using
potash in combination.The i Louisiana? and Black July do bettera above tidewater on the isothermalline this water may have all favorable con
most feasible process' to obtain hundred miles in the interior, while of 70. In a very few situations ditions of climate and food, and even ..
potash fitted for agricultural 'purposes Herbemot and Lenpir are perfectly Thurber has done likewise., Here let use of lemons and limes freely, yet
is to pulverize the 'feldspar and other successful to the lowest extreme of me refer you to my report on peachesin they will pass a miserable existence,
rocks that contain potash and mix this the State. Here, I refer you to my the report of the United States Department sometimes to old age. The water in
powder with vegetable matter in large official'report', on grape. culture: on of Agriculture for 1889, our creeks and branches is not good,
beds or heaps and drench 'these '''beds page 6i of the report of the United, page 648. The Southern Chinese are containing more or less of the poisons ..
with fermentable animal States at home in of from the rock, marl and phosphatebeds
or heaps any, Agricultural Department for perfectly every part '
fluids and secretions and keep these 1887, 'where I have been more,minute Southern Texas. We have a succession :-L. C. WASHBURN in Philadelphia :
beds or: heaps wet with additions ofany in detail than I could be in' this brief of them as follows: Early Cnina, Press.
fermentable nitrogenized animal paper. Henry, Pallas, Coleman, Climax andKatie"
products. In a few months the',heap '"As an interesting developmentsince : They are here heavy bearers and
can be used as a rich source'of potashin 1887 I have-found that the Post will bear nine years out of ten. This succession If You Have
the best form or condition for the Oak grape of North Texas succeedsto carries us to the earliest'of the '
growth of any tree or plant. After: perfection when planted here. The' Spanish race Of this type our favorites Ho flick appetite.Headache Indigestion".11! run Flataleae down,** loitag .
the fermentation is advanced far I thought' ,suggests' itself that hybrids are Early Rose, Marti\ Onderdonk, flesh,you will flaillull's
enough to render the'potash availableby between Post Oak (V. Lincumii) and Rupely's Cling, Sunset, Cabbler's In-
the addition of pulverized phosphate Herbemot would give valuable ''re- dian, Lula; Galveston, Taber (No. '5)), "
and caustic lime, well mixed by sults. Mr.\ T. V. Munson\ has a lot Texas, Gaudaloupe, Orman, Alcalde Pills 1.1 .
, turning over the'heap and wetting with of such hybrids. I am testing' some and Gibben's October. The Peento
t fermentable animal fluids and allowinga of'them 'and am excited over both appearances race are rather too far up here. They
t second fermentation to take place, a and: probabilities. This start too soon and'are caught by frost. a..emed7'701l need. They tone.
i complete,manure is produced. year I'fruited one of these grapes-the "The Dewberry grows wild in many ... weak stomach and build RP the ,. ,
3\ The feldspar and mica in granitewill Perry; it seems to me every way equalto places,and wherever planted is a suc menial flatting or physical enerarie overwook Sufferer 11'11I1'1a4I from
yield a quantity 'of potash sufficient the Herbemot with Some points of cess. No country can surpass ours r lieffromthem.Aileelyaugareoat d,
: to pay for all the labor expended decided advantage. Mr.\ Munson for Dewberries. We have over South SOLD JBVEBYWHEKE
- and allow a fair margin to.the. man seems to be leading the way .to .a ern Texas both black and white in culti
facturer. The greatest: per cent of golden era in the history of Southern vation. Blackberries grow wild all over Dt ,O Send YOU to NEED DaCosta PRINTING Printing OP and ANY Publishing KIND ,

potash in commercial fertilizer is eight Texas, horticulture. ., I Southern Texas. In the Southwest House,Jacksonville, ,Fla. '. ,
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1k MER&NWJCI*< tier, 'more tasteful neighborhood orone that the railroads, National bankers and doubt when I go there I will be so-
.. .... presenting more evidences of merchant princes are our masters, and I enthusiastic in my gladness I will just
Practical Farm,Talks-No. 13. thrift j in his knowledge, I want himto I won't acknowledge that the farmers ,want everything lively, and I would
Kdftor+ Farmer and'Fruit Grower: say so. I will bring him six or are, poor and oppressed and enslaved. not wonder if he wanted the childrento
"Alas, 'poor Florida! Between thedevil eight?miles this side to "Campobello" I But I will say, yes, indeed, it you only keep, quiet while he read some articles
and the deep sea." I read the and I will show him the largest barn ouch this florida soil and pet it a little from the FARMER AND FRUIT-
last FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER last in the country full of oats, com and you will see such a, broad grin on GROWER on third parties and boy-
sight and first thing met my-eye was hay and a barnyard full of stock and its face you will be enthused to such, cotting. '
,. the above. I finished my big crop of let him measure the length of the oats an extent you can't help but ,whistle Now, I guess I have said enough.
corn last week, fenced, off my pinders and say whether any of them are of and sing whilst you work jind forget all l Would not have said thusmuch but for
,and sweet potato patches and turned the kind he speaks of. And, about about sub-treasury helps and be willing Bro. S. Now, brother, let us have- .
everything on to my stock fields and ,hat.ad infinitum I don't know just to trust to the Democratic party- something from you about your experience -
commenced Monday morning to make what that is. :That's,one'of the things I, that is; if yogi tickle the kind,of soil I on the kind of land you work.
my second cutting of hay with the intention don't grow in Florida, but if he will cultivate. How it would be scratching Whenever it is necessary I can substantiate -
of doing a big week's work. furnish the'seed I will plant it, and if the kind! of,soil Bro. Sutton liveson all I have written, and will

Now, I can .locate the "deep sea" it can be grown anywhere in this I, don't know so much about.' I just say to those outside the State who-
,,; as we are surrounded on three sides world it can be in Florida. never was 'on his place and of course have been misled by anything I have
by it;and I am the fortunate'owner of a I told you before my idea- of_Alliance would not be justified in ,saying what said or wants any knowledge about
hundred business was to,tell all,you know grows there or what could be grown! Florida, to enclose me a directed en-
good of its
many acres waters
,and shores, under and along: which that :would b,<*.. of benefit to 'your but: judging from surroundings, don't velope and I will take pleasure in answering -
lie undisturbed-untold millions of neighbors. So_I would not' be justified think pne would be very enthusiastic your queries. After eight
: the finest to in withholding from, Brother S. stirring it up-rather think it years' varied ,experience I am vain
oysters, equal Chesapeake
Bays and many of-the rivaling'"saddle i the knowledge he seeks., Yes, I live would'need,a third party. enough to think I know somethingabout
rocks." So you see I am not depend. on and cultivate hammock land; live Now, you people outside! of the Florida and her people., Tnis
ent entirely on the "mines" I wrote and sleep and eat right under the State who have been misled by my'farm land of promise, this youth-restoring
you about So if they fail and I ",don'traIse shade of giant hickories and oaks festooned talks," I don't want you, to be land, this land where a "feast of fat
anything," as Bro. Sutton with masses of grey moss, misled by what Bro. Sutton and I say things and,wine upon the lees" may
I can raise oysters. Nothing to says do, right where I can show a mt.t larger about Florida land. I profess to be an .be had, ought to be peopled with the-
but put'your grab down 'and raise all growth of orange trees 'without fertilizer expert i in land; whether he is or not I choicest of all the land. And I intend
you want. ,Now, who would,live on than Brother S. can with all the could not say, but if I have to go be- to bring some of you here if I
: pine scrub land and bother about muck and fertilizer he has ever used fore a jury as an expert and give evidence can, and I will be very enthusiastic
on his pine land. Yes, all my land is I would be compelled from the about it.
raising vegetables and fuss with ,the
railroads,when the same invested hammock and mixed''woQds, but I selection he made to say he was nQt. CHARLES W. CAMPBELL, SR.
and half the labor money half the can't tell you that nineteentwentiethsof Now, I don't mean to say because I Campobcllo. '
on
l land will make a better living" and the land in Florida i is pine land settled on hammock land- that all Please make your types say thin corn
more ? because that would not be the truth. hammock land is good, not any more to 2 to ztf feet, instead of 2 to 53
money, Neither would it be the truth for so than all"pine land is poor. feet in the rows. Make it "North
.
Yes, l'can locate the "deep sea," me to -Say whilst growing a little of There are three. kinds of hammock won't have wheat" instead of North-
but where is the "devil" and how far everything I don't grow much of,any- and. Number one is lowland ham- west have wheat." :
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is it between, him and the "deepsea thing. In reply as to how many acres mock, not overflowed, such as will .
?" Now, that thing was last night of this hammock land grew oats four make 3,000 lbs. of sugar or thirty bbls. See "Orange and Vegetable
worse than any two phantoms or any feet! long-forty. How of the such ,
many were syrup to acre, as requires
Trade Review" editorial
; half dozen Banquo's ghosts. After not ,high enough to mow? Fifty. three bushels of oats 'to 'keep them on page..
worrying some, I just concluded the .
Now; isn't that plump? (rom growing so high as to cause ,,
.'t distance was about the same as be: Yes I had the Honor to Whom Honor. '
fifty acres- largest them; to fall. Number two is like I am
tweed Bro. Sutton's unwarranted sowing I ever made 'in Florida-anddidn't living on,, the best class of upland, Editor Fanner and Fruit-Grower: .
statement that '"my talks were misleading handful I had the Give Escambia the credit. In the
mow a ; cut underlaid with clay, with beds of carbonate
the people of other States," and previous year twenty'five acres-as good phosphate, etc. Number three: DISPATCH of the ith ult. you clip
that "he had no doubt of i the truth of did' from an exchange noticing our hay
as ever grew. Why they not grow is sand hammock which is not any better
3f: my statements of what I raised," and high enough to mow was because, like than ,scrub pine land. Numberone crop and mention my name as chair-
.. went to sleep and slept the sleep my orange trees, they were full of,sap pine land is sapling pine, free man of the Trade Committee. At
that only the satisfied, uncomplaining when the freeze'of '90 came and killed from undergrowth. Number two our County Alliance meeting we offered
,' man enjoys in Florida. What do people both, and so it did all the oats in ,my i is heavy pine with just a sprinkling of prizes for the best acre of corn,
4. know about the, restful, enjoyable neighborhood. I was used to that hard wood. Number three is scrub. hay, potatoes, rice and cane. So far
a sleep to'be had in Florida, who never kind of had and of we have returns'from corn and hay.
'" thing; more oats Then there are two kinds flat woods
t _, had any experience?, Why, it' is 't twice as much ''wheat destroyed, in land and two kinds of mixed woods Corn, 54 ji bushels to the acre; 8,676
: worth a trip from remote countries Missouri.by rust; had as much more land about which a very, interesting: pounds of nay to the acre. Later on
; just to come here and get good.sleep. eaten off the face of the earth by article can be written by, one who will get details, and if you wish will-
k "I i think i : if Rip had gone to sleep here grasshoppers; had three plantings of knows. Sometime I will write what I send you full particulars.

he' never.would have waked, it,is,so corn eaten down at the same time andmade know about It. In the meantime I DENNIS BURNS. .
:iestful. When the' 'first. cock crows a half crop from the (fourth; hope Bro. Sutton will write what kind Pensacola Let us,have Fla. full particulars, modeof

{ ,,'. in,the morning' your eyes open with a had half my corn crop destroyed by of land he cultivates and what he raises cultivation, kind of seed used, .manure
snap and the first thing you know,you hail after'it was laid-by and the other and what he don't raise. etc.-ED. ,
e'.up and,out calling. up.razor-backs,. half frost. bitten.; To wind up this Now, my'friends, I just want to sayI .
: milking cows and coming in to break chapter I have seen more failure! of never do any kind of work'' I do not Nearly all of the tobacco Gadsden
fast.. It is, that restful sleep which crops in the Northwest than in Flor- have interest enough in to be enthusiastic has been sold, but I regret to say onlya
refreshes a man so as to enable him to over, for that is what I call hard small portion of the crop of Leon. .
labor all day long in, the sun with',less ,ida.Will. ]just say to Brother Sutton, if he work and I am not fond of it. It was The buyers complain that while there-
k Mgtte' than elsewhere. Don't, you will come to my house and see for enthusiasm that brought old Brindle is'a great deal of good tobacco in Leon,
)know people don't get tired laboring ,himself and then tell the people he her milk, it was enthusiasm that madea the bulk of the crop is not good. I've
'. ;,ia Florida in other places, except.a saw any weazen, measly, razor back lot of the fattest, cunningestand most seen several crops of Leon tobacco
few who were born tired? Talk ''on my place or any oats,which did not mischievous shoats out of what Bro. and will have to admit some of it is
,t about' enervation in Florida! Why,' a furnish bands more than sufficient Sutton thinks are measly, weazen, .not good. There are three strong rea.
swi bath here is the most invigorating: length to tie full sheafs, I will give razor-backs; and if he will come and sons for the sorry tobacco in our

bath. ever enjoyed., him a thorough-bred bull, calf. I will see them and ,will say they are not as, I county; ist. Some of our people who
:' Now, Mr. Editor, I have'never take him around and introduce him to good as the, best improved, breeds in I would have raised fine crops other-
:, t:1' ?written anything in my "farm talks" all my neighbors, and if he will tel his neighborhood I wall give him one wise, were fooled, whether Intention-
that I would unwrite or unsay-for you he found one who said any,stock for his Christmas roast. ally or not, I am unable to say, in the
'the half Has not been said. I repeat, of mine -ever caused them one cent of I Bro S. says* Florida is not a paradise seed furnished them. ad. In the selection '
:the country is prosperous and in a flour expense to fence against or had one friend C. to the contrary. Now, olands. 3d. In' their eagernessto
khing condition to all good managers ,cent's worth of crop destroyed, I will I there is just where he and I differ. .If ,raise large crops of heavy tobacco,
and careful, thoughtful men. As.an give him an equally well bred heifer to !I lived where he does and he lived trying to raise a great number !of
.. i&frtance 1 will cite Mr. S. to the go with it. I where ,I do, we might change out pounds per acre. 4th. Not having
: beautiful neighborhood QC' Candler: ,, But there is one thing I won't to,do, :ideas. Don't doubt in the least we suitable barns.for curing? tobacco.-. r l"
'; just beyond him., If there is a prct- ,and that is to acknowledge, as he does, I have different views of heaven. No lahasseean.'t. *' .

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Three Pecks of Oats Again. Plant Food-An Analogy.Editor Reasoning from analogy, does not < }
Hdkor Farmer and Fruit Grower: Farmer and Fruit-Grower the sandy soil of Florida require, for Poultry, '

In the lastissue 1-1ajorCampbellgives Dr. Henry Drummond has writtenone the best results in vegetable or tree -.."""- ........-t".. ..; .
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us one of his lively talks, and I am gladto of the most interesting books of growth, the coarse manure, either stable '"'- '
notice that he is on the right track and the day for thoughtful minds, 'entitled or decayed vegetable matter, in Silver Spangled Hamburgs. "

,no doubt will soon "get there." He, in 'Natural Law in the Spiritual World," some shape, in something like the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:

the main, is already a practical advo- pointing out the analogy between spir- proportion necessary in animal sub- Our illustration this week representsthe

cate of thin seeding He only plantsone itual and material things, and if an sistence to give the best and most per- Silver Spangled Hamburg, one of

peck of rice to the acre. He pullsup analogy so plainly exists between mat- manent, results ? We are told by some the most profitable ,and certainly one .
all his squashes and melons but ter and spirit, it has occurred to the agricultural scientists that the application of the most attractive birds of fancy

three in a hill. And he pulls,up all writer ,that it might be more distinctly of mulch is a "harmless amuse- poultry. In the earlier days of fancy ,
his corn but one stalk in a hill. And, traced in nature, and particularly in ment" to those who have plenty of poultry in this country they were called

by the way, Major, I didn't ask'you' if, regard to the elements of plant food time to indulge in it; arid in inquir the Dutch Everyday Layers. Before
you raised that Exposition corn by I and the formation of the soil on the ing of dealers as to what quantities of the advent of the Leghorn, they

,. planting six grains in a hill? Here is condition of'which we: depend for all different chemical fertilizers to use in were the standard of comparison, and

r what I asked, "Was ,that fine corn vegetable growth. composting muck, we are told that why the Leghorn should have outstrip '
you exhibited at Ocala grown with six In the days of Grahamism, which just as good results will be obtainedby ped it is hard to determine. The typical.

stalks in a hill?" Now, Major, don't probably'few of your readers remember the use of the chemicals withoutthe shape of the, fowl is truthfully shownin

dodge or squirm, but "walk up to the when living entirely'on a vegetable muck, and by others, that they do the picture.The .
'crib, hay or no hay." It ,don't do and farinaceous diet was advocated not wish to use a two-horse team to Hamburgs have long been favor-'

any harm to plant six grains of corn and the 'use of all concentratedfood put upon their land what the plant ites among the smaller breeds of fowls,

in a hill if you pull up all but one, nor condemned, some followers of needs, when they can get the results and of the several varieties the Silver

will it do any harm to sow three bushels the systen carried it to such an extent by what they can carry in their vest Spangled is probably the most popular.

of oats per acre if you will pull that they believed not only that an pocket. They are very symmetrical in shape
up all but three pecks. exclusive vegetable food was essential Will not the analogy hold good that and remarkably stylish in appearanceand

Now, you have tried a thin stand 1)utthat it should be eaten in its natural sandy land treated with the proper carriage. Add to these qualitiesthe

for corn and you like it.; You have !or uncooked state. I well .recollect one proportion of decayed vegetable mat. fact that they are among the most

tried thin stand for melons and crooknecks of Graham's followers, a fellow-work ter, in stable manure, muck, leaves, prolific layers, and their popularity is

and you like it. You have trieda man at the casein a printing office, who pine straw or humus in any other easily explained.

thin stand, for rice and you like it. was chewing raw'wheat, his jaws like Birds of the Hamburg family are of

I have tried thin seeding for oats small size,_ the cock averaging about
and .I like it. You have not 'tried' it five pounds and the hen four"each.They .

and so on't like it. Now, Major, I are very good table fowls; though .
am,not talking for fun but because I small, their flesh is tender and there

have tried three bushels and I have keep'i.! is little waste. ..
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tried three pecks, and I can, one They have rose-combs, blue legs
season with another, grow more oats and dark which
eyes are very large
with less and with > '
liability to rust three and bright. Johnson in Practical
pecks of seed than with three,bushels. & ,.
Poultry says: 'For eggs they will excel .
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Sometimes we,continue in an erro .-' the Leghorn." Wright's Book on
because of habit ...
neous practice simply .
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Poultry says "on the whole he' can.
I once knew a very bright and successful recommend
strongly Hamburgs as a
farmer who would only plant profitable breed. Each ,hen will lay
the well-formed grains from the middle #
from in .
200 to 250 eggs a year which
of the ear,of corn. He, carefully ,
; certainly excels other breed. If
rejected all the butts and tips. He any .
,;:'''''oj. they are generally small the consumption =
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was asked why he did so and without of food i is comparatively more so. "
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hesitation replied that those: grains ti .. wide thereis
::. Though loving a range
would produce a better crop than the no real difficulty in keeping them

tips and butts. How do,you know, ; .'. confined if kept cleanly." ; .
and did you ever try it?"asked his ques- .;. '. ,
tioner. He It remains for us to tell our expo:;J
was obliged to say' "no
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rience. We consider them ,
but quickly added, "but I will." He ', a good
; and breed for We
profitable Florida.
did and was amazed to see the tips
have' been hem for
produce the'best yield, the butts nextand breeding two
years and they-have proven excellent
his selected middles brought
up ring layers of fair sized In fact they
the rear. This was-,the result of an time to the click of the type, during soil," and be soil, and have a permanency have excelled anything eggs. we have, in

experiment, but a succession of experiments working hours. His habit was brokenup and give value to chemical numbers of laid. Our flock have .
proved that there was no, material by a suggestive'joke of a fellow ''fertilizers? I mean by this, will not the eggs each since

difference from what part, of the printer, who placed a small bundle,of same expenditure in a mixed, coarse. averaged, 1891, to 176 the eggs present time, and Januaryi there
ear the seed came. hay on the Grahamite's case duringan and concentrated diet for the land,
seems to be no let There are
up yet.
Our agricultural papers have taught'the : interval of absence.In say at the end of five or ten years, give three months left for them to ,
above policy. They also taught us l learning how best to live, and results,corresponding to the,properlyfed I and thin
to cook food for stock and showed by animal in with the twenty-four eggs, we
how best to feed, it is an establishedfact man or contrast safe
reasonably to count on an
theory how much more nutritious it that neither an entirety! coarse nora one fed on concentrated or stimulate of for the
:was than ,when But the inexor- food average 200 year
raw. highly concentrated food is the most ing ? and This is
probably more.
able searcher after: facts got at it, and desirable for. man or beast. He may I do not think, Mr. Editor, that without extra feed. They. have

careful" experiment showed that all live and thrive for a time on highly this subject can be too much discussedor had the same as the. other varieties.

this teaching was error and in spite of concentrated diet, as he,may work, for that it will ever grow old; and although They are par excellence as summer
all theory hogs and cattle got fat hours on a stimulant, but in a short I have not the chemical knowledge !- layers. While our large breeds have

cheaper on raw feed. And so it.goes. time his organs of digestion would be to inform your readers how, or ceased to lay since they commencedto

Theories, old practices, cherished entirely' unfitted for their work, and sufficient experience to give clear and : put' on new feathers, the Ham-
"habits, ,ingrained convictions reluctantly the stomach cease to furnish the healthful definite results, I believe there is an burgs made their best in Au-
but inevitably give way to irresietible blood to invigorate brain and limb, analogy running through all nature grist average

stubborn facts. Over the de- and man would become a helpless'.invalid that will hold good in this question of We are indebted to W. A. Schrock,

'bris of past errors lies the road tojhe and go to a premature grave. fertilizers, and that you have many Secretary the South Carolina Poultry

right DUDLEY W. ADAMS.Tangerine No'farmer will'feed his horse or cow readers, like the blind man in Scrip and Pet Stock Association (incorporated -

,P1&,Sept..30., ISgr.t exclusively on corn, or oats, or bran, ture, that can say from experience, ) for our illustration. Mr.Schrock a
For or cottod, or linseed meal. To give "Whereas I was blind now I see," great admirer of the Hamburgs, and
Headache, action of the digestive system who tell that the of
proper can us by use raises a good premium birdie
many
Ua-o HofBford's Add Phosphate. nature requires a coarse food grass, these "useless" coarse fertilizers they We obtained,our original stock from

DR. I. R., SANFORD, Sheffield, hay or straw, to give the cow a cud have transformed almost barren wastes his yards and they were all he repre- '
Mass., says: "Most excellent in derangements and a proper? filling out of the intes- into productive soils..GEORGE. sented them to be.

of the nervous system t tines of animals that do not chew. the W. HASTINGS. E. W. AKsnEN..

*ch,as headache and sleeplessness." cud. InterUchen,Fla. Oraoad, FU., ficpL 2$, 1891.

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I The Texas Farm and Ranch stoutly ORANGE AND VEGETABLE Ex-Governor Reed lays on our

reiterates its assertions as to the utter TRADE REVIEW. table Washington Navels, from the

t ly farcical nature of the,"rain-making"' bloom of last March (now of a delicious -

experiments on the Staked Plain, and A New Feature in the Paper. flavor); some from the June bloom

backs them with the testimony of a There are thousands of orange and (now just coloring); some from the

,number of prominent residents of the I vegetable growers in the State who August bloom (now as large as small

vicinity. There is a painful discrep- marbles), and says that the same tree
have been engaged in the business for
ancy between the accounts of impartial which shows all the above is at pres-

: witnesses, like the Farm and years, have mastered the processesmore ent a mass of bloom again.

Ranch correspondent and the residents or less completely, and are not .

and those of the paid agent whose particularly interested In the elemen- Parties about to plant strawberriesfor
the Northern market will be interested
miraculous telegrams to the
daily '
tary details of culture which are vastly
emanated from in this extract from a personal
a point suspici
papers ..
important and instructive to the novice.
ously near General Dyrenforth's desk. : letter from Parker Bros., of Chicago :.
Such men do not care specially to be "
We cannot recommend this berry

it*' told how to grow crops, but they are [Cloud Seedling] too highly. Our
Over two hundred the
: years ago vitally concerned in all questions of experience with this berry proves
Spaniards introduced the
peach tree clearly to us that it arrives on our
into Texas, and seedlings were raised markets, routes and rates of transpor-
l market in a much better condition
from these continuously until tation.
a race -
than ;any other variety from the Southern -
has been produced which appears to For the "
benefit of this class we shall States.
be entirely free from all diseases which .. ..
devote a share of this
generous space
seem to be connected with trees raisedin Census bulletin in is devoted to

other sections. Seedlings of these winter-beginning, as soon as the stuff seed ,farms. There are 596 in the

) old Spanish peaches raise plants goes forward-to every species of information United States, and Florida has 46,

which side by side with the others pertaining to the successful which is a greater number than any

last a number of years, free from all marketing of Florida produce, andespecially ,other State except New York and

I disease, while those introduced from Conneticut. On these 46 farms thereare
to actual salts by auction in the
the North are short-lived and soon 461 acres devoted to the growingof
North and in Jacksonville.
disappear. There is no doubt from watermelon seed, 6 to egg plant

t these..facts, ,that whole-races may become Receiving',information directly seed, and 4 to asparagus seed. Only

.enervated from some-peculiarity" from our'correspondents in the North Kansas, produces more watermelonseed

I in the method of cultivation; or from than Florida. Sweet corn is
and from orange headquarters in Jacksonville -
; conditions of f climate. Meehan's grown principally in Nebraska, Kan-
to the last hour before
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Monthly. sas, Ohio, Indiana and Connecticut;

going to press, we shall be able to lay field corn in Nebraska and Ohio; cu.

Cottonseed oil possesses the pecu the market news' before our readersnot cumber seed in Nebraska, Kansas,

{ liar property of taking up lead under only with a freshness that will impart New York and Connecticut; musk-

I'I certain conditions. That quality is to it a high current value, but melon in New Jersey.
utilized and adds, .
now being one more
; also with that partiality which can be No Cause for a Panic.
to the numerous uses to which this
secured alone through a medium not Over 2.000 boxes of 'oranges lay
remarkable product be .
f can applied.The
1 at the Waycross depot, Jacksonville -
in the
peculiarity referred to is as follows published interest of any asso-
; October 7, on their way to Liv-
: : One gallon,of pure cottonseedoil ciation or house,whatever.
? '
erpool, England. All that could be
is placed in a, suitable iron vessel'Into Will not readers interest
our kindly inspected were green and presumably
: which of molten
twenty pounds themselves in the matter by mention. sour-in a good condition to disgustthe
lead are poured. After a thorough
this ,to their British purchaser.A .
ing new departure neigh-
stirring the lead separates into glob.
in Volusia that sold
crop county
: ules, and when the oil has been bors and securing subscriptions to the
last year for $1.50 on the trees has
: off after there is paper?
poured cooling,
been sold this year for fifty cents.
f found to be about seventeen poundsof .
One buyer states that he has purchased
the lead, the remainder having California has for some years been t
i 12,000 boxes at an average of less than
been absorbed by the oil. On the shipping vegetables, onions and pota- seventy-five cents. .

F lead being again melted, and the toes eastward a rate which probablyfew
It is a pity to see the growers get
operation repeated to the fifth pour. Floridians are aware ,of. At a ting scared and throwing'away their

ing-the'''amount! of lead being less at recent meeting of the State Board of hard-earned profits in this fashion.

t t each the .total Trade in San Francisco
! succeeding pouring- Secretary They ought to remember that the
? amount of lead absorbed is about ten Maslin reported that he had obtained
f. greatest percentage of increase in the
pounds. The oil thus! charged\ 'with from the S. P. and the A. & P. Railroads -
past six years has been 38, and that it
the lead is then used as a paint, being il statements, of the total shipments would take an increase of 40 per cent.

; applied in the ordinary way to metallic to the East for three years past. over last year's crop to produce 3,500-;

t ; ,surfaces. It is claimed that this liquid, !These figures are given in pounds 000, boxes. Even 3,000,000 would

which adheres closely and becomes. which we reduce to bushels at the rate
J' ,require an increase of 20 per .cent.
{ : very hard, is, especially seul'in pro- of 60 pounds to the bushel. In 1888, There was a severe drouth last summer

; ; tecting metals from oxidation or corro- 705.537. bushels; in 1889, 350,933 and the fruit is small.

; I sion. Another valuable use to ,which bushels; in 1890, 830,573.' bushels. _.I a ,

; ; ; ;, this oil has been put is in' combina- Florida produced, in 1889 (reducingcrates Capt. L. M. Thayer, the proud

tion with tallow, forming ,"cottolene," and'barrels to bushels) 885,699 owner of forty,acres'of rich phosphateland
near Anthony refused
; ; ; ; ; ; which is said to be better than lard.in bushels.of vegetables and Irish potatoes for same recently, and; says he$40,000.would

: : ; ; which, to fry, doughnuts, croquettes, of which doubtless, ninety five have refused $50,000 had it,:been

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Florida'Irrfgatioa Statistics. The amount given them' in water was freight and passenger rates under PI1fBAPP. .-Per 100, No. I,Sugar Loaf.$149

The Artesian Wells Investigation weighed and known; the. amount which you say' Florida is groaning. 'If 15;Per 100, No. 2,113814; Per 100, No.$12913.'

Bureau of"the U. 8. Agricultural already in the seed, the ,soil and the we have reduced our proportion of Japan OKJUU: -persimmons One-third b.1.are boxes coming 2o@3oc.in from California '

Department desires to compile full manure was known; and when the crop these rates, the responsibility of the in small lots and are retailing at 5 cents .

statistics of all the artesian wells and yielded upon analysis more nitrogenthan oppression cannot be charged to us, each. They present a very fine appearance,and

other irrigation plants of Florida. Any was in all these sources com- and, therefore, the people are not hurt are bought freely by people who have never'seen

owner or manager of such plants who bined, the conclusion is irresistiblethat by it. Surely, Mr. Editor, you did them just for the novelty of eating such a monster

will forward his address to R. J. Hinton it' derived its surplus from the not mean that., persimmon.Further information confirms the shortage in 4'.

Washington, will secure a blankcircular atmosphere which penetrated the The party from whom you obtained the yield of winter apples especially high colored .
and franked envelope for use porous soil and came in'' contact with your information about the Georgia varieties; but greenings are more plenty than :'

f1 in (forwarding these statistics to the roots. Southern & Florida Railroad acting earlier reports indicated.
"Washington. We hope all our readers We have not space to pursue this in bad faith with the Southern Passenger The ,trouble-,of slow time and the improper
handling of fruits,etc., promises to be broughtto
who can will comply with this request interesting study; but will give brieflya Association.;.--to'state it mildly"misled a speedy ending by the organization of the Chicago

of the department, as these statistics few general facts of practical value, you. We had withdrawnfrom Southern Fruit and Vegetable Dispatch Line,

may be made very interesting and condensed from a remarkable paper that association, after due notice, whose aim is to concentrate all local shipments
valuable\ lately read by M. Maquenne before at the expiration of our agreement; throughout State to one shipping point and

8. the French Association for the Advancement therefore, we fail to see wherein we there provide proper cars for receiving same,
.conveying it to Chicago within five days. The
How, Long Will the Earth's Fertility of Science: acted in- bad faith in the matter, and line is established with a view to permanency
.
Last? I. The earth suffers a constant loss we believe the people will fail to see it; ,.fend is under the able management of Mr. Edward
Of the three great elements which of nitrogen compounds by means of and I don't believe you will see now S.Levy, who also is Treasurer of the com

man supplies artificially to plant life, drainage, and especially in the sewageof as you did before.It pany.
nitrogen is, the most expensive, the great cities; but this loss is restored is barely possible that we have Mr. O. K. Mullins, with offices in Gainesville.

most elusive and the most mysteriousin by the fain and the atmosphere itself "acted rashly" and we may yet reap ,superintendent Fla., and Jacksonville transportation., Fla., has been Mr.&appointed G.Davies

its operations. Its salts or combinations bringing it back in the form of free the whirlwindbut; may correspondenceand I will fill the position of Secretary.. The general

are the most soluble and nitrogen from the sea waters: the comments of the press leadus offices of the company are hi the Produce Exchange .

therefore the most easily wasted by I! '2. The immense importance of the to believe that we have acted wise corner Clark and South Water streets.

being carried into that great sepulcherof cultivation of legumes, such as cow- ly and prudently in the matter, and Chicago. Due notice schedule will be time given, etc.ProduceTrade shippers and

the world's fertility, the ocean. peas and beggarweed, is manifest: that the people are with us if the old receivers Reporter.regarding

,So far as phosphoric,,acid is concerned, .These,enrich, the land; the gramineous and powerful companies have boycotted ST.LOUIS Oct. 5.

,the sea gives up its dead in the form plants and fruit trees deplete it, us. Yours truly, J. LANE., ORANGES-Light offerings, 'good demand and
of which it has restored latter have in their market firm. Sorrento, Imperial and 200 size.
phosphates to : because the roots General Manager.Macon $l5-25@5;'Mexican, $5;Jamaica, per.barrel, $9;
'the:land in ages past; and the potashwe no microbes which promote nitrification Ga., Oct. 3. Jamaica, per box, |s;Louisiana per barrel, $6@
1 '. < 6.50;Louisiana, per box, 13.2503.75.
have; but how are we to get back or nitric ferment. Withoutthis LEMoNs-Market firm. Sales ran: Messina
the nitrogen? class of plants the earth's fertility Orange and Vegetable Trade Re- and Palermo, good, per box, $6@6.50; Choice to
view. fancy, per box, 77.so;Maiori,per case,$7-5@S.
If as Boussingault and many other would rapidly disappear under culti- GRAPES-Niagara, 15 cents per nine-pound
chemists have Icing contended plantscan tivation, except so far as we could HEW YORK, Oct. 3, J89J. !basket: ;;Ives, neglected, at I7 Florida lemons continue to come forward, but' P. M. KlKLY&CO.
absorb nitrogen only from the replace the lost nitrogen with artifical only in small lots,and market continues favorable I. HONEY-Comb, inferior per pound; fancy white
soil and.the ,world's, store of nitrates clover, I4@i5c;' and broken 6@Sc
manures. for choice of fruit
; anything properly graded strained and extracted (in barrels), j@5Hc; incans
and ammonia_ ; is constantly running 3. The activity of this nitric microbe and paper wrapped. If smooth skinned and .7@8c.: *..-*.

away into,the sea, what is" to prevent or ferment is promoted by the bright, sells readily atl$3.50 to$4< ; medium grades, ROOTS BEESWAX-Ginseng-Prime,J2.75@2.oo, 24c; burnt; fancy, half large price worth

the earth from becoming finally impoverished presence of organic matter, vege- $2.50 to$3;common, $2 to$2.25. Jamaica oranges more;seneca 25@28c;snake, r5e4i7c;golden seal, .
now arriving; selling$5 to$6 per barrel. Adviseno i8@2oc; mayapple, 2@2Hc: ; blue flag, sc; pink
its 'fertility swallowed. up table or animal which seems to early shipments of Floridas unless fruit is i6c;blood a; bitter sweet bark 5@6c;, golden

in the waters?" '. k nourish it. This microbe is not injured fully ripened and sweet, and has some color.G. 5@6c thread;wahoo, i6c;lady, bark slipper ot tree,8c,SC; ;black'bark, set of root angelica, n&

But there is another school of by congelation or desiccation,: S. PALMER.

scientists .headed by Ville, the but is destroyed by a temperature of Sgobel&Day sold at auction Friday, 195 boxes I2C.Lemons: and the have boys been who surprisingly have had stock scarce coming for sometime in
director of the experiment tion at 70 C.i6o F.). Florida lemons at $2.37 to 375. About 1,000 the past few weeks have struck it rich. The long
boxes Florida oranges have,arrived here this hot spell was,of course, a surprise to all, being
Vincennes France, jvho hold that 4. We learn also the'vital importanceof week. probably the hottest September known to the

,leguminous plants absorbfree; nitrogen! keeping the soil,porous and free 'v. 'BOSTON, Oct.3. take trade advantage,and no dealer of the was occasion.properly Prices prepared are still to

from the tl osphere." Ville has from incrustation about growing crops, Lemons are very firm, with offerings limited, way up, even for the foreign half green fruit. A

proven two remarkable; ,facts:, (ia legume in order that the atmosphere may and the demand is fair.. Choice Floridas sell at I i the carload street of at Florida$4 to 4.50 lemons per box.has been The Sicily thrown stockis on
(clover,'cowpea; etc.).can live reach their roots freely and come $4 to$4.25; Messina and Palermo, 300 count,4.50 held higher, however and seems to find most
for choice and to for choice of trade.
hands the
to $5 $4 4.50 360 favor at the
and prosper in a,soil.absolutely'desti- within the influence of this. nitric. count. Florida and Louisiana oranges are already in .
tute of nitrogen,combinations if freely ferment. the market,the latter stock unusually small and
Oct.
; PHILADELPHIA 3.
both so gr en that the man who inserts his teeth
exposed to the air; ((2))' all gramineous We may.say, therefore; that so longas We are receiving inquiries daily as regards the in one of them will let go suddenly. Two cars of
contain much market and the prospect, and for the ben Florida fruit in the hands of one firm here have
plants only so nitrogenas we possess the power, through the orange been placed in the sweat box," enjoying a tropical
efit of the shippers in general would say at present of in the shade, and from
was in the seed and the manuresup. legumes, to appropriate free nitrogen atmosphere too
there is no established market on oranges, which they will emerge later on adorned with that
plied to them.Berthelofgrew. from the air, the earth will not. lose for in our own'estimation there is none fit for pale sickly hue following and peculiar to long

legUmes'under glass; this element of its fertility, unless, market, except a few of the Parson Brown or is imprisonment.adopted in order This to catch forcing the or early coloring-proceas worm. Na-
taking care to supply them the car- like the moon, its solid body should Sweet Seville'variety.These if showing good color ture is entirely too slow in her method, and art
bonic acid which all plants must have; absorb both its water and its atm sl' ca&'fce placed readily at good prices, but as for is resorted to by the live growerof tCM1ay.-P05t.. ,'sy
Dispatch.
drainage making general shipments don't think it advisa- .
and he analyzed the grain the phere.
ble until fruit t is weU colored and fit for your own
water the seed and the resultant QUESTIONS AND REPLIES.
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table, when we believe that it can then be placedon
crop; and found that the fixation of Georgia. Southern and Florida Bail- our market to a good advantage and that ....
nitrogen was very weak. On the contrary road.Editor prices will be satisfactory. But if the markets are All reasonable questions,coming from a ubccrl-

plants grown in the ,open air l Farmer and Fruit Growerr going to be filled with green sour oranges it will her dressed will to be the answered editor at as Lawtey.promptly as possible ad.'

fixed much more nitrogen than there In your iussue of September 24th only result in great injury to the future market, ,Replies can not be given by malL ;
will be forced low.
was in the soil. For instance, the the following appears and prices Brown's Sweet,
The Parson Brown or Early as
vetch absorbed three times more; [We need not republish, the article; it is commonly called 'is the only orange fit for 199. GUAVA WINE ETC. Will you

lucerne alfalfa sixteen times mpre. our readers can easily refer to it.-ED.] market In October as a rule, and when of proper tell GROWER through how the to make FARMER guava AND wine FRUIT and

'It was found that their roots contained You say"Florida is groaning under a color and nicely packed,we can generally secure guava vinegar? J. H. S., Go6hen, Fla.
a higher proportion of it than burden of excessive freight tariffs and fancy prices for them. We don't care how sour 200. PINEAPPLE COMPANY. M. C.
the lemons are,and wish to remind our
or green
their tops. This circumstance was due passenger rates," and yet, 'when the shippers that they should get them all shipped M., Chicago. This company is not
to the fact that the roots have tubercles Georgia Southern & Florida Railroadsees during this month after which time the foreign known to us. You will be safe in lettingit

or nodes which contain microorganisms fit to reduce these rates, you say crop will make iU appearance,, and with colder alone. Write to L. P. Ely, Melbourne,
information.
(Bacillus radicicola), by weare injuring the cause of the peo- weather prices don't generally rule so high. Fla., for trustworthy
Choice to fancy well-packed lemons are now in 201. FERTILIZER COMPANY. H. A.
whose aid nitrification takes place, ple. I don't think you mean this,
active demand at from $3.5o to:$s as to qualityand A., Orlando. The company you mentionis
that is, nitrogen is taken up into the but if you do, I am satisfied that the size with russets and ordinary stock ranging not trustworthy. ,

roots. The soil itself, instead of givingup people who pay their fares won't agree from$2 to 13. Japan persimmons are not wanted 202. STUMP PULLER. R.D. 8.,Punta
nitrogen to these plants, receivedit with you.' on this market. REDFIELD&Sow. Gorda. We do not consider the Iowa

from them (or, rather, from the It is true that the Georgia Southern: CHICAGO, Oct.5. Grubber a good machine for anything
bacilli), and contained more'after the & Florida Railroad' Is sandwiched between Louisiana oranges quoted at$6 a barrel. Lem- except light grubbing. Iron castings are,

crop was grown than it did before. old and powerful companies.and ons selling fairly. Honey, White Clover, fancy, objectionable would be six times in such stronger.a machine It has; steel no ..

Now, these plants grew in pots, it is also true that these same old and one-p und boxes 15 cents. M. GEORGE & Co. way to give more than double its ordi-

hence were isolated from the surrounding powerful .companies are the ones responsible OL&.l'foES.-Florlda.' fuU boxes, $6; Louisiana nary power. The sweep ought to be ad-

p soil and from: all sources of nitogen. for the burdens of excessive i iI $6. justable in length. r

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,.(,!:,".. 819 THE>FLORIDA, DISPATCH, .FARMER AND FRUIT BOwEB., l OCTOBER 8, 1891

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this bar,here one stormy night, and was for his board and spent the rest, he knew A Novel Compass.If .
Our young 'Fo s. wrecked. It was so dark that we fired the not how. He was given one of the Gem you were out alone in a estrange'
line ''six times before we got it to her. savings-banks, and was strongly advisedto country how would you tell which is
When the cable was made fast I went put one dollar a week into it. At firstit north, south, east and.west? You would
A SLEEPY LITTLE SCHOOL. out on the breeches-buoy. The schoonerwas was a novelty and he had no troublein look at the sun, I think I hear you say.
going to pieces so fast 'twasn't no saving it. When he had five dollarsin I But suppose it is night? You will tell
use tryin .to fetch the car. She had it and it opened itself he took the me you would look to the north star to
funny old professor kept school for little boys, parted amidships, an'John Fletcher, an' money to the banh and deposited it, in guide you. If it is cloudy and foggy and
,.And he'd romp with them in play-time, ,and hewoUldn't Bill, an' the kids an' three women was his uwn name, getting a bank book. you can't see the pole star, what would
mind their noise; there on the hull at the starn. This was a nucleus and a stimulus; he is you do? Look at the compass? But in
,
While in his little school room, with its head "I signaled the crew, to fetch the life now anxious to save money, and beginsto all probability you would not have com-
against the wall, boat. The sea was runnin' tremendous. think and talk about how he shall invest I pass. I think you will be forced to say
Was a bed(such 'proportions it was big enough and' the night was as black as ink. I it. He has curtailed his trivial and that you would be without resource or
; ,for all. thought the men would never reach us unnecessary expenses wherever he could. power to find your way, except it be by
". Its for tired little,pupils," he explained, "for alive but old Dan was at the starn, an' This was begun six months ago and now chance. An Indian would not be so help-
you will find he fetched her. We got the women into that boy is the proud possessor of a bank less. They have a novel way, in the
How very wrong indeed it is to force a budding the boat, an' the children, an' then John account of thirty dollars, and in all prob- wooded country, of finding their way
mind; took hold of the cripple to lift him in. ability will some day be a rich man. under any condition of weather or dark-
Whenever one grows sleepy and he can't holduphis There was room for but one more, an' And better than that his saving has kept ness. They are close observers, and so
head, they both'saw it. 'No,* said Bill 'you've him out of bad, reckless company, and have noticed that the moss grows much
I make him lay his primer down and send him got a wife an' children' I'am no use to has prevented him from indulging in higher on the north side of the tress than
off to bed I anybody. No.f vicious amusements.-National Stockman any other-this fact guides them by day.
"John gripped him, an' dragged him They have noticed'another fact, that the
"And sometimes it will happen on a warm and into the boat. 'Twasn't no time for ex- t bark on the north side of certain trees is

pleasant day, changin' compliments.. But Bill slipped Cultivating the Memory.So rougher than on other sides. This peculiarity -
When the little birds upon the trees go tooral- from him like an eel, an' ran back of the guides them in darkness. Thus
tooral-lay, mast. When I went after him, the sea many boys and girls get into the you see the use of close observationitwill
When wide-awake and studious it's difficult to was washin' over the deck, an' I thoughtit habit of forgetting-or,what is probablymore aid you in numberless ways just as
into the habit of
keep, was empty. I crowded,John aboard the correct, never get it down in it has aided the poor Indian. '
One by one they'll get a noddiug till the wholeclans life-boat, an' they all ,got safe to shore.I memorandum remembering. book Write and then will your be i <
is asleep! went back in breeches-buoy. you
it "But How War Ships Are NamecL :
"When morning came we went, out sure not to forget says one.
Then before they're all in dreamland and their again, an' there was Bill tied to the mast who is to remind me that I have a mem- The naming of vessels of the'navy i.i
funny snores begin. quite dead. There was a look on his faceas orandum book, or that I am to look at it regulated by law but it is not always
I close the shutters softly so the sunlight can't if God had given him something to do, at a certain hour?" says Mr. Forgetful. observed as closely as it ought to be, but
come in; an' he had done it.- True, the man or woman who must note in the main it governs naval nomenclature -
After which I put the school books in their order "D'ye know, that on dark nights an' down everything never succeeds in re- to-day. Vessels of the first class; are
on the shelf, high seas'I almost always think of the calling more than half of them. I knowa I required to be named after States, those
4 And,with nothing else to do, I take'' a little nap noble spirit shown by that poor little man who notes down every little note of the second after rivers, those of the
myself!I" -St. Nicholas. cripple. 'Twas a mighty good examplehe he is to attend to and yet he is third after the principal cities and towns,
set most of us. We shall never forget only for the many things that he man- and those of the fourth as the President
.THE KEEPER'S STORY. him. Well, good-night, sir," and strapping ages to forget. Memory is largely a may direct. The first act bearing on this .
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thing of development training. The in 1819 and was subsequently -
.on his lantern, he set out on his subject was passed ,
Our inland readers may not know that ,patrol along the edge .of the thundering arm that hangs bythe side unused soon ,amended by that of 1858, to
the whole of the Atlantic coast is guarded surf. -Youth's Companion.Superstition becomes limp and powerless; so the bring it in harmony with the changes
by the Life Saving Service whose memory that carries nothing to call it in- wrought by steam navigation. .
;: ,stations are erected along the dangerous to activity becomes weak and uncertain. ,
parts of ,the shore: at intervals of not of Miners. Boys, if you want to possess a memory
more than ,three or four miles.. During Miners in most countries are very su- upon which you can depend, give it "'WOBTB A GUINEA: A BOX. t
every night, from September until May, perstitious, as might be expected from plenty; of exercise while you are young. -, ;
a patrol kept up by the crews of these their gloomy occupation. This is especially Don't depend upon the note that you !
stations along the whole stormy coast.A true in England, where the miners carry in your pocket, or the string about IJI.wrS
visitor, one November night, at a will tell you of the "knockers" whom your finger.
lonely station on the New Jersey shore they declare they often hear in the solid t .- P
questioned Kendall, the keeper of the rock before them, boring, blasting and A Boy's Quaint Notion. ,
crew, as to the heroism of his men. He getting out ore. They are not dreaded, There is something humorous in the PAINLESSEFFECTUALFOR I
had been a surf man for many years. The however, for the miners,expect to find ly' of a lad of Connecticut, .,
fight with storm and sea in winter nightswas good workings when they can hear:these who recently broke one of his legs. A f
an-ordinary matter-of-fact to him, mysterious noises One singular feature visitor at the boy's bed side asked'the BILIOUS NERVOUS ?;
as much as the; planing of"wood is to acarpenter. intheir: operations is that they are heard sufferer how he liked it. He answered,
when the miners themselves are at work; with and the utmost sincer- DISORDERS, ,
"Heroism? We don't call our work by the moment they stop to listen the knockers that grave'face it not bad after all to Such as Sick He dacbe,Wind and Pain in the
ity, was so ,
Stomach, Giddiness FuBness after
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that name he said dryly. "The men are silent also. From this circum- "
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said he "I
; have broken leg "for
a Meals, Doziness, Drowsiness, Chink, Flush-
know what they've dot to do, and they stance unbelievers conclude that echoes don't scolded and when I
get any more, ings ot Heat, Less of Appetite; Shortnessof J>
don't shirk it. They ve got to be tough, make all the mystery. In Staffordshirea want any thing I get it. If.I ask for an BreathCoethronessSeunrBlotches: on the cool hands and to know the water." story is current qf a miner named Jack, orange I get it. If I want maple sugar Iet Skirt, Disturbed Sleep.Frifhtful' Dreams and! | ;
"Do the passengers of shipwrecked vessels who worked there many years ago. He it. If I want any money, they handit all Nervous and Trembling Sensations. Rveiy\> i
' usually show courage? would never descend the mine in the day right out to me. They'll let me'whang sufferer is urged to try one box. < !
"More than you'd expect. Women that time, when others were at work, but on the drum all I want to and no one Of all druggists. Price 2ft cents a box. I] 1
shriek,about a mouse or a snake on shore always went down alone at night, and says: 'Eddie, do stop; you'll make us all New York Depot, 365 Canal St. 82 < 3;
keep quiet often when the ship's goin' did more than three ordinary workmen deaf.' Another thing. If I want some -!
down. They usually object to the life- could do in the same time. Finally a andy, and red candy, too, I don't have
It's : shell in which fellow-workman resolved to find outJack's HALE-One second hand Washington
air-tight eight
car. an ,
to hundred Oh I like FOR
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wait a, years. yes; Press for sale cheap at thi office. .
e or ten people can be shut It's secret, and quietly descended into "
up. swungon a broken leg for a great many things. i, Write particulars. ,
a cable and dragged through the sea the mine after Jack had been there for .
to shore. Women sometimes prefer to some time. To his astonishment he saw
drown to goin' in it." Jack seated his ease smoking his pipe,
Just then the keeper went out to meet while hundreds of little men were busy Accompanying is a portrait the late Prof..Ed: .
the patrol, who were coming through the at work getting out coals for him. 14 a ward E. Phelps M. D., LL. D. of Dartmouth
drivmg storm along the beach. He received Alarmed at the curious, he immediatelyhastened
College. lie was a strongable man who stood
the tokens which they exchangewith out of the mine, but had ,
the men from the next station, only got fairly: away from its opening high in the literary and scientific worlds. It is not
watched the next men as they set out when a tremendous explosion was beard, generally known, but it isnevertheless, the truth
and then came back. I and sulphurous smoke and a quantity of A that Prof. Phelps was the discoverer of what H
4 "The coolest hand I ever saw in a shipwreck coals were blown out of the mouth of the known to the Medical profession and Chemists i

" ," he said, lighting: his pipe, "was pit with tremendous force. The next universally as Paine's Celery Compound, unquestionably
' ? Jack found dead at the bottom :
, little Bill Fletcher. morning was '
one of the most valuable" discoveriesof
"That's so,"growled the dripping men of the mine. The miners believe the : '
at the intrusion of this century. This remarkable compound i is 1
pigmies
who were crowding about the fire. were angry a
"Bill was a sickly chap. He wantedto stranger, and revenged themselves on : 4; not a nervine, an essence,a sarsaparilla, or any i
follow the water like all the other Jack. No trace of them was ever again devised article, but a diiccvtry, and it marks a 1
Fletchers. But something ailed his hip seen. It is very easy to see how such a distinct step in medical practice and the treatment !
and back. He was always crooked and story could have been started from the of nervous complicationsand the greatest
sick. He tried book larnin', but his eyes singular habits of some unusually active of all modem diseases-Paresis. It has been .
k giv' out. Twice he says to me, 'Cap n,' workman.
admitted the best medical talent in the '
freely by
he says, 'I wish' could be ot some use .
in the world.' He had that kind of a Saving Money. W J land,and also by the leading ebemiMs and scien-
like boilin' water, in his crippled There that the &* that for nervous ,troubles, nervous exhaustion -
spirit was a complaint great The Late P R nrr. D urn DC".
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little ooay. I popular demand for the dime savings insomnia, debility, senility, and even the
"Well John Fletcher, his brother, I banks had made a great scarcity of these dreaded and terrible Paresis, nothing has ever been discovered which reaches the disorder
owned the Maria which run for lumber coins. But I think they did a great deal and restores health equal to this discovery" of Prof Phelps. .
down to North Carolina. One voyage he of good at the same time. For example, -r
took his wife an' his two children an I[ know a boy who was earning four dollars DON'TBIr POOLED by dalmt of Dealen ulan hare 1".lfalitmnf Diamond j }:otM"9..
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Alliance talk and you would be liking NEW KODAKS. you wish this for'a plain white cake
? l\Ulfal :flome it, and presently you'd all sit down to bake in a dish with a tube in the
a feast of Florida's fat things which centre,, or I often bake in a long pie
Major Campbell Talks to the Ladies the'1 table' would groan with. tin or' a smooth .dripping pan, first
For Oar,Rural Home. And after you had filled yourself YOu the lined with a nice white or brown paper.
0, how I love "Florida." I never you'd .wonder' in your soul, when press Butter the paper well, and dust it'
had but ,one little girl, and I loved everything in such abundance couldbe button! thoroughly with flour and shake all. <<
and venerated my dear old native had so easily and so nice, what,in off ,that will fall and leave one-half ..
State so that I named her "Virginia." I the world possesses the people to suffer we do the rest. room to rise, as you will need it.
If I had a lot of little granddaughtersand so much canned corn beef, with !, If I bake on a dripping-pan, I frost it
neices and had the naming of all the beef extract taken out, and salt SenD New Styles sad Size* with an icing made with two eggs (the
them, I would call one "Florida" and pork and canned goods to come in, ALL LOADED WITH Transparent Films. whites) and as much pulverized sugaras
one "South Florida"'and one "North and then cry out hard times. And For sale by all Photo.Stock Dealers. it requires to make it stiff enoughto
Florida" and one "Middle Florida" then after everything was nicely fixed THE EASTMAN COMPANY, stand alone when beaten sufficiently -
and one "East Florida" ,and one up you'd all sit out on the verandaand Send for Catalogue. ROCHESTER,N.Y. that is, to lay a spoonful on
"West'Floi ida;" and if anybody ever "Florida's" husband would fill top.of all and it will stay there. Theh
said anything more about detaching his pipe with some of his own home- party fellows who wants "more money when the frosting is on have some
West Florida and taking her) into raised tobacco and after a few puffs issued per capita." Why, he'd spendall large raisins seeded and laid open .
Alabama they would hear from me. you'd inhale its delightful fragrance, his for baking powder. wide, and place three rows the widthof
Then would name another "De 1o- you'd wonder again why'people paid Now,"Florida" didn't say where she the cake and then cut between the
cratic Florida.: When I read Bro. so much for such greatquantities orDure lived, but that don't make any differ; rows; it makes pretty squares.
Sutton's unjust criticisms Iheaved"a ham: Bull and other noxious smoking ence. The cord she touched is" long This is one way to make and pre-
big scythe-as It's mowing time with me tobacco when they could have such ,I enough to,reach there. pare this recipe, but you can do as F.:
-and felt a'little' bit like repining; butI fragrant'tobacco just for the raising of I'll) wager"Florida" has no hen did. One time I had some ladies to
thought I had better look a little it. And after a while you'd feel sleepy among her chickens that tries to crow. take tea with-me and I had this cake:
further and maybe I would find some and "Florida" would conduct you to 1 have one, and next time I write just .plain. In the course of a few
the little nice cool that she about"Rural Home" matters I'll write weeks of those ladies .;
thing more inspiring. That's my way; spare room one same was.
when I can't get a thing as good as keeps for the preacher and,other: nice you-if people will say it's mislead with another friend of mine for tea., ..
I like, I look a little further and am company, with such nice white bed ing. CHAS W. CAMPBELL, SR. and I overheard her say to the lady
always rewarded.. ._ spread and pillow and bolster cases Campobello. -_ calling me by name, "Why, that cake-
And I was. When I read "Flor and nice white muslin curtains Tested Recipes-No. 1. was different from the one Mrs.--:-
ida's",letter I wanted to see her; she and nice white curtains tastily For Our Rural Home. had when I was here before, and her
did strike'a cord of sympathy running put around the wash stand which I want to give.some hints for home cakes are all so nice," when it was the-
clear from her home up to Carapobcllo "Florida's" husband had made, and cookery, and will give you some tried self-same ingredients, only this was-
bigger than any cable cord on a *'God Bless,Our Home" over the door, and tested recipes which never fail baked in layers with jelly between.So .
ship. Yes, .that is..the kind i of womenI and a six-pound comfort folded over me; but, in baking as well as in 'all there are two ways to make it ap
like_and,:Id! "teach all my little grand- the foot,of the',bed for y.ou.to draw other.kinds. of work, unless you have. pear'different. Then put ciron in
daughters and neices to write and talk over: you before morning. And then a system to go by, no two will producethe and made a citron cake of the samer .
like their Godmother, :'Florida," you'd retire and go to sleep and sleepas same material. I will here give or raisins are nice.
and, say, when th yi>got into a hot only people can in Florida. you a formula for the most delicious Then when I make a ribbon cake Fuse .
place: "What of it?'it's hotter else- In the morning you'd be waked up white cake I ever made with very the same for the white part. Will
where." That is the kind of womento by ,such a pounding you'd think old limited expense. give you the recipe for that when T
bring Florida to the front. ** times had come back and two men In cake-making it does not always see what luck you have with this.
I'll wager if you could have slippedin were out in the barn flailing out wheat, produce the best cake to use the most [Please try and report.-ED.] .
on "Florida"! sometime when she and you'd get up and go out in the material, and this same recipe can be I have tried to make this plain, as I
was enjoying all those good things she kitchen and there you'd see "Flori- used to make, to all appearance, sev am only writing for the young and inexperienced -
would have asked you to take'off.your da's" ,husband with his sleeves rolledup 'eral kinds of cake when you really housekeepers, who I "
things and get out your knitting and with a big hickory club in his only have one recipe to follow, if you'follow think will appreciate it and_spare their-
stay to tea, and as' your folks were hand-such as he'd want if he was directions. patience, for if there is any one thing
all North" had better toan Irish: WHITE CAKE. that it is '
I gone 4up you going wedding-pounding exasperates a housekeeper to
stay ,all night. And ,as everythingwas away on the nicest, whitest lump of j cup of butter (scant), 2 cups{ prepare cake for company, or other- '
so nice and enticing and home. dough you ever saw. And "Florida" ,, very fine white sugar, pulverized is wise, and have a failure. I have a ':
like you would be.glad to do it, and would be about the stove frying nice best; i cup cold water; 2;3 cups sifted few more recipes that I always use for .'
after you'd talked all about the nice chicken and stirring corn batter, and flour; whites of four eggs; 234 teaspoonfuls parties or weddings.
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things of Florida, C'Fl rida's'"/ husband seeing her stove was just right to bake Royal baking powder. Flavor MRS. BLANK.
would come along with a great those nice beaten biscuit, and she'd with vanilla.
foaming pail of milk i in each,hand and give her coffee a gentle stir and the Now, to put this together is the
go and strain it away,and draw a buck delicious. aroma which. wpuld' greet secret of' good cake, as all good cake CROUPY SOUNDS
et of water and put on the teakettle and your. nostrils would soon convince youit bakers know. First," get everything
make the fire and grind the coffee was not made out of guavas., And together that the cake calls for and the At night! from baby's crib, are distracting -
and wash the milk things and sweep when you went in and sat down and ,utensils ready to work with. Have : to parents who are, at a loss fora
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up the dirt and slop he'd made on enjoyed the nice fruits and'''I lorida's." your oven hot by the time the mixtureis medicine equal to the emergency.Not
so with those who have Ayer'sCherry
"Florida's" nice white kitchen floor. rolls and batter cakes -
nicelight: yeast ready. Pectoral inthe, house. A dose
Men can't help tracking in dirt, and and beaten biscuit, and fried chicken, Now,* proceed to make the cake of this medicine affords certain and
spilling water, and "Florida" is a good you'd feel a greater difficulty in pull First, put your butter and sugar to- speedy relief. To cure colds,coughs,soreS
gentle woman and she don't get mad. ing yourself up'than you did, the night gether and'stir till it is creamy; then throat, asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness, .
She'd just get up'and get out a.dice before. beat the whites of the eggs till they and the various disorders of the breath-
white apron and put it on and bring You'd wonder in your soul again will stand up like snow. Have your ing apparatus, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has no equal. It soothes the inflamed
the strings around in front and,tie the what' people paid so much for the tons flour and baking powder thoroughly tissue promo esration .
prettiest double bow you ever saw, and of baking powders they use, when such' incorporated and sift it three times For *
roll up her sleeves and step off with that delightful! light rolls and beaten biscuit (do this previous to beating the butter :"uP.ic Cap.Call: :'I duces ro
grace and springiness! to the heels onlya can be,had without ,that expense.I and sugar). Now put. in a part of pose. u.Carley
light heart can impart, and take her "met-up" with a fellow last week the beaten eggs, then part of the flour, Brooklyn Cherry, N.Y.Pectoral, writes inmy: "I have family usedAyer'n for .
light yeast rising and make 'up' her and he was spouting about,how hardit then part of the water and so alternately thirty years and have always found it, ;
dough and fashion out a pan of the was to pay. taxes and suchlike, and each in about a third of each, the best remedy for croup, to which
nicest light rolls you ever saw. And he had a can of baking powder in his till all is put together, and after you complaint my children were subject." '
';Florida's" little "Florida" would be hand. IT asked him what he was paying have beaten together for about five "I use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in say
. in the dining room spreading the nice for baking powder now and how minutes, put in two teaspoonfuls of practice, and pronounce it to be D'j'
snowy table linen and filling the cut many he. bought. He said ,'"sixty vanilla and stir well. equaled as a remedy for colds and ., .>to
glass bowl with strawberries and cream cents and one a week." I asked I always prefer a wooden paddle to cough Co., Virginia.AyersCherryPectoral"-J..O. Gordon, M. D., Carroll- _
and putting on plates of peaches and him what his taxes were, and he said stir with or more frequently use,my ., -.
guavas; and grapes and dried beef and 2473. Now, just think; a man hand, and do all with as much dis :
crackers and nice Florida butter. :will.spend $3 r.20 for baking powderand patch as possibleas cake after the bak-
And uFlorida's'husband would'be entertaining complain at having to pay $24.73 ing.powder is added loses its virtue the I Prepared by Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co.,LoweH,Jl_
you with pure ,Democratic. for: taxes; and,he's one of those ,third longer it stands before baking. If Bold by all Drufgku; Price$1; aU bottle$4. '...:

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,.TOM SAWYER,. - Staff Contributor son them and catch one occasionally Tom Sawyer to Col. Ohesebro. Why Was It "Corn Bread and

a trap, but they increased too--fast for I would like to say to our friend Fry?" .
Farm Statistics-No'. 'L Editor Alliance'Department:
feeble efforts until old Tab'undertook
my Col. Chesebro that r am not specially The pathetic little scene recountedin
Sorrow rarely kills a young ,arid the job. A colored hunter's dogs whooping up a stay law, but the the article headed "Corn Bread and

healthy person. It ,is only when the killed my: last cat before old Tab?; but drift of my argument was favoring a Fry" has another moral besides the

individual is biliously inclined and' if they don't keep away from here constitutional provision securing 160 political one. The difference'between ",
there will be another"Southern
neglects to follow the advice pf Doctor now ", acres of land as a homestead against chicken and spongc'cake and "corn

"A. Liver Simmons outrage. every claim except taxes and balanceof bread and fry," is chiefly that the
Q. of Regulatorfame
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I am awful busy cow getting purchase which remain -
my money may former takes a little more trouble, and
...I that sorrow gets in its little work farm and grove in order after the neg- unpaid. It would be a good thing for you have to know how. Chickens and

.and hurries him off to an untimely and lect incidental upon a six months' Al- the State, and stand. ready to proveits eggs for the family cost nothing but a

exceedingly damp grave. I think that liance campaign. I had a big time, practicability and great usefulness. little daily trouble to shut them up

lam correct about this thing, although but my farm hasn't one blessed thingto The stay law ,as attempted by the last from 'possums. Razorbacks will run

furnish the Marion County sub- Legislature might have been a, good wild till they are wanted, consequentlythe
some regard me a little crankyon
persons treasury-except sandspurs. I repeat thing. So far as its constitutionalityis children's bodies and brains: and

the Ocala platform, also upon the that I am busy., but? am looking every concerned the courts might decide, souls are starved on "corn bread and

,question of a "literal hell and personal day for a summons to work the against it, but nearly every State in fry."

devil; but in all my experience I never road. That comes nearer making me 'I the Union has some sort of device. fof Anybody who can make cotton can.

,saw any one killed by? sorrow or the say "dog-gone" than anything in the delaying the final disposition of prop raise fowls; anybody'who really wantsto

mumps. entire catalogue of human miseries. erty under execution, and we mightas know can learn how to cook more
I am led to these reflections by I've a notion to join the Ocala Rifles, well have it in Florida. wholesome things than corn bread and

.coming across a letter from, an old or be a preacher, just to get rid of that Col. Chesebro intimates that the fry-though corn bread is fit for a

;friend written in 1887. He had, just nuisance. I ,have a spraying machine man who would give a mortgage falling king if you know how to make it. '
returned from the of a lovely:. "Bean's Insecticide"
grave squirting upon my due when all men of money are'off But too often parents who, perhaps,
;girl to whom he was engaged and in young orange trees,and if the roadworking drinking mint juleps to take the would be willing to die for their'chil-
away
all the'abandon of a wild and hopeless should I'll
messenger come, squirt taste of the sad sea waves that' have dren, are not willing to take a few
grief he wrote: "I wish that I might insecticide him if' I have
on to whip inadvertently filled their mouths with minutes' extra trouble for them, and
die and find,rest' from this overwhelming him the minute. who
; next Any man the
above all not.ewilling to take
brine is a weak, silly, ridiculous and are
sorrow, but 'there comes not would go around over the country foolish sort of a fool who could well trouble to l learaeiwhat they ought to
.death to those who mourn'and I know citizens in that
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: deviling peaceable have. $ .
afford to be knocked on the head for
that I must live,on. Yes I shall live =
,; manner needs a lot of insecticide
; that the
of his Physicians greatest
the good country. Fortunatelyfor say
but as the monarch oak whose brow also
a beating.
with rich American childrenis
trouble
the poor fellow our bowels of com-
the blast has scathed
alone
J shall lightning stand in desolation!" ,I. shed Next, week if jny pen is right glib passion are not all of the cast-iron sort, that they are' starved;'they have the
my and my muse 'soars I'll tell you a tale but we believe in the wholesome doc- pinched faces 'of the suffering poor
.a few tears fiver that letter, for I loved
about farm life at Belhaven that will trine that it is just such fellows as needa and their lack-lustre eyes. They are
:the pretty little girl who died, and I '
wondered how soon I should hear that make Major Campbell's eyes bulge out physician,, not they that are whole. stuffed with unsuitable food that they
like door knobs and cause_each particular I know very well that Bro. Chesebro connot digest, ,and are' just as much
the fellow had followed his lost
poor hair upon the top of Commis doesn't think so ill of the unfortunateman starved as the North Carolina child
the I knew that time
one to '
: grave. sioner Wombwell's head to stand out ; he just fired off his mouth ,with who swallows clay to fill the gnawing
',would soften sorrow and, as the gentle
like the stubble in Campbell's oat field out thinking how cold-blooded his vacancy in his poor little stomach.
rain falls the mak.
parche
upon grass when Sutton has got through mowingthe words seemed. We often do that way. The notion that anybody able to
.. ,it would the smiles
-ing green again, so crop with a jackplane. Many a time have I written an article work and in control ,of land that will
4)f other loves cause hbpe to bloom
TOM .SAWYER.P. that I destroyed the next morning.. grow cotton, can not get food enoughoff
in
stricken
that heart.
once more Even the Psalmist remarked of it to keep himself and family fat
a failing
But time passed on, as it will continueto S.-My two little girls have just .
of that kind when he said: "I said in and saucy, is simply preposterous.All
do until our joys and our sorrows returned from spending the day at aneighbor's
haste all men are liars." He was he has got to do is to be willing todo
my
have become of the and have home
shall a.portion: brought
afterwards that he said it and if it and willing to learn how if he
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.. wreckage of'years, when behold, I got with them another cat, nor do I, care sorry :
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the matter hadn't to the doesn't know already.The
already gone
another letter from the heartbroken how: soon Care comes with his gun. is
printer and been set he would have only trouble such person
up
young man with a challenge to enter The-'new cat is already named. They will that
recalled the and modified likely to have come from
his for the that call him Hit because copy greatly
. baby prize against Lucky they think I his survival of savagery-the fence laws.
"Alliance baby of mine. His impudence ([bless their little hearts!)that they have statementMrs. T. L. MEAD.

: ,nearly paralyzed me, and I :made a lucky hit in this latest additionto .Sawyer says she is very grateful .

am now sure that grief does not always my catalogue of cats. I ,confess for the kind advice of Col. Chese- Papa, you promised to give me that

kill.We that I am a little skeptical. A neigh. bro about teaching her girls to say pig;" says the boy, "and you sold it

are told that care kills; that it bor who would knowingly and wilfully "no," and she begs to assure, him that and pocketed the money." The boy

killed a cat once. It would have a palm off on two unsuspecting innocents should any fool dude who gives a states the truth, and papa has no de

tassel with the cats at my house, for and through them upon their mortgage falling due in the middle of fence. He has simply deceived the

we have about seven with nine lives patient father;an ancient and devilish summer come sparking around eitherof boy, and the boy will never forget it.

apiece, making mall sixty-three cats to he-cat deserves a dose of insecticide, the two girls, the aforesaid fool Fathers, if you regard the sweet inspiring -

kilL We have Joe-he is the old boss and I intend to dose him. That cat dude will hear an ,army-sized "No!" confidence of that innocent ,

Thomas cat; then there are Tabby and has already, before bed-time, run Joe with a capital N. and an exclamation boy-a confidence that will be worth

Whiskers, Spot and Thucky-dides, )lumb.off the plantation and Whiskers .point But let a real nice honest worlds to you-when the boy stands

Penelope Ann and Tittlebat Titmouse, only escaped by the closest shave you young fellow who does not need togive by the side of the bed on which you

altogether making a most interesting ever saw.! Old Tabby scratched his a mortgage of any sort on his are dying or beside the chair in which:

family. Joe sits around and looks face, but he knocked her out in one grove, and who is not in too big a you are helpless old age, you will

wise, while Tabby,makes life a burden round. There has been music all over hurry about marrying, and who will never deceive him.

., to the rats. I declare that old cat is the back yard for two hours and I agree to support the girl's,unfortunate 1

worth twenty dollars ,a year on the catch myself every five minutes looking father, and be kind to his mother-m The shipment of oranges from Flor

farm. The rats have become so wistfully toward the gun rack, butI law, and endorse the Ocala platform, ida to England will be largely engagedin

scarce that she has turned her attention restrain myself. If I hear any more and contribute liberally to.the Methodist this winter, one of the first ship

'to salamanders and moles, to my of the infernal\ racket during the nightI church-why, the whole family ments of fruit going from Mandarinto

great joy; an occasional flying squirrel shall get out my squirt gun and treat including Tom Jr. and the Alliance Liverpool. The fruit should not

gives variety to her kittens' dinner. I lucky Hit to a dose of insecticide. baby will hesitate about saying no. I be shipped in a too-green state, or its

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Editor Alliance Department: I for it' will make them, worthy of i it RICH FLORIDA LANDS
A Local Sub-Treasury Plan.. The letter of A. F. B. calls, I suppose when they receive it. The suffragewill

Some months ago The Southern Alliance 'for an answer of some sort, butas surely be granted them, and by

Farmer, of, Atlanta, presented the imaginary fears the writer expresses that time I hope an adequate educational -
an account of a scheme for establish- as to the dreadful effects of test will applied to each and

ing a local sub-treasury bank in Griffin, woman's suffrage are as impossible to all alike.

t Ga., which it pronounced a grand argue against as the sickly-senti Again let me point out how far the
effort in the right direction." It mentality" which he supposes has led
appears theoretical stage of the' question i is
p from our contemporary that the to this privilege, having been in some passed and the concrete and experi-
enterprising farmers of that section cases conceded to women we will mental stage begun. Wyoming has

have their own oil mill, ginnery, fertilizer just,let them both pass. The writer got over its imaginary fears and knows
factory and warehouse, and they cannot account for the "sickly send now of the benefits of women's political
propose now to, add a bank. After mentality" which has granted the suffrage enfranchisement; Washington Territory .

waiting a while to allow the plan time while I, on my part, cannot account the same; several colonies in New
.(or developing itself! we wrote for (fur for the absurd fears of those Zealand the same of the Australian '. -.r .
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who would withhold it. So let the
information to W. E. H. Searcy A
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Esq., the President of the bank. His foolish fears and the sickly sentimen- Wales, the oldest and therefore the
reply is dated, Office of the' Farms talities walk off arm in arm together. most "fossil-headed" State, still holds !! Farmers I Stop and Thinly

ers',Banking Company, Griffin, Ga.," Whether the Americans have madea WHY Spend the best years of your

and he gives'evidence of his 'substantial mistake in giving a too widely ex- out.With respect to England I take the life cultivating the soils of the frozen
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identification with tended male Americans North and West
agricultural interests suffrage, following from the Review of Reviewsfor raising crops on whicb-
by inclosing a cut and description themselves ought to know best; but August: the freight is often not realized when.
i of a valuable implement which to declare that adding a female element you can buy land from the undersigned,

I he has invented. His letter, is as follows l.,. to this male element would make Lord Salisbury last month made a notable rich and fertile as any known lands,
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:' matters worse, is like saying, "This declaration which practically com- and where you can raise a crop that the-

Editor Alliance Department: mixture is too black, but if you add mits the.Conservative He said that party whenever to woman'ssuffrage. .the United States Government will pay a..

Yours of the 24th, enquiring as .to white to it you will make it blacker question of the franchise is broughC'up, BOUNTY of$100 on each acre.
our bank, received. still." That ill effects would follow from the question of relaxing the restraints HOLD On, this isn't all You can sell
Our bank is moving off all right. ,woman's suffrage is nothing but a conjecture which are now imposed on the voting of; the said crop right there in your home.

We meet next Saturday week and will and one which the well-known seems women not will improbable have to be that reconsidered.the partywhich It market for $250 per acre. You ask for

make some changes in our plans and natural influence of women over men abolished Catholic Disabilities, repealedthe the "How" and the "Wherefore."*
have them all printed and I will send contradicts. Experience on this pointis Corn Laws, established Household Quite right-facts and figures count best..
you a copy. W. E. H. SEARCY. entirely on our side; the' "theory" Suffrage and introduced Free Education Plant the Land with Sugar Calve
The plan of the bank as publishedin entirely on the other side. will yet crown the edifice of their achieve-
ments by repealing the disabilities whichare TO OLD
Farmers
and
careful
The Alliance Farmer be
may gathered Practical experience as to the effects imposed upon women because of their: perus
from the following extract: '* "of woman's suffrage, as far as it sex. The Liberal, leaders are hopelessly ers of papers, the fact that there is now
f < t PLAN Of RAISING CAPITAL. has been tried, has as yet shown' no at sea upon this question. The Liberal; established:near Kissimmee, Fla., theSt .
Our plan is for each farmer to put in mischievous result Whether the feeling rank and file, ,however have a firmer Cloud Sugar Refinery, is stale
every year one or more bales of cotton. which led to the giving of it was"manly" grasp democratic of the fundamental principles of news. We are talking to all ourfriends. .,
the creed. The sound
Our charter allows only be
subscriptions in Sugar cane can raised D
prop- is
or not of no consequence; logical principle-that of repealing all
erty with a view to this end. We estimate and
cheaply as corn, Uncle Sam willl
it both and legal disabilities, whether inflicted
that in this the Farmers'Banking probably was manly wo- as
Company in way three years.will be the- manly, which is just as it should be. nenalties upon differences of sex., or dif- pay you a bounty of two cents per t(!tl_,
Feretaces of sect-which was affirmed at! on the manufactured The St.
largest bank in this section and in five sugar.
years will be in a position to do anythingit The assumption in the beginning ol the public? Conference in the City Tem- Cloud plantation in Osceola Co., Fla.,
A. F. JJ.'s letter that those who have destined universal
ple, is to acceptation.
wants to do for the interests of. ,this aVeraged 4,500 pounds of sugar to the
entire section. theVsuffrage are, or ought to be, the Capacity should have no artificial barriers
last and it will
acre
imposed tto prevent utilization by the rear, go 5,000
best judges 'as to whether not it
or
ITS ADVANTAGE OVER OTHER BANKS.
this .
State. ,Let government be in the hands pounds year.METHODS
The capital stock is $100,000 with should. extended, is very amusing.: of the capable, that is the only formula,
privilege of increasing to $500,000 as the The writer does not appear to know and it as much a mistake to rule out capable ? This isn't the only big .
stock may be taken up. The shares,are that in State and condition of women as it is to rule out capable' chance of your life, however. The
$10 each so that all farmers, from the every Quakers, capable plebeians or capablemen i cultivation of'rice lands about-Ki.ssim-
poorest to the most wealthy may .take i progressive civilization those who with,red hair. is to become assured
stock and have an interest in all its accumulations i hold political power haVe always mee profitable
of every nature. This is onegreat thought themselves the best judges as At the conference alluded to, heldat fact. There is no richer or better
advantage over many other savings to Who should it, and they have the City Temple, London the following truck and market-garden lands in the
banks. They.have stockholderswho posses the resolution, amongst others, world than the land on the rich OVerflow
always to conclusion that
come
own the stock, and then their depositors '
or bottom lands about Kissinv ..
was passed: ,
who loan the money at cheap they themselves, and nobody else, had
rates of interest The stockholder makes the "divine right" to hold it againstall "That while it is desirable that a mee. Write, for confirmation, to Col.

the money, and also takes all the stock fresh ,applicants as long as ever General Council of all the churchesof A. K. McClure, editor Philadelphia
he wants. So that by this mode he gets they could. all English.speaking lands shouldbe Times, who has personal knowledge.Then .
his proportionate part. Our plan unites in lands for
orange or
summoned as speedily as possibleto groves,
the Every step towards liberty has
.groves already cultivated or bearing.
consider the grave moral! Questions
LOANS. been marked by an ever widening! extension -
calling urgently for decision this I: can satisfy you that your best interests
Our charter allows the to of the suffrage,. gained by the now ,
company ie in before else.
declares That the time has .seeing me any one
assembly :
make loans on its own stOck. we propose unenfranchised class fighting for it
' to loan 50 per cent of the par: valueof against the strenous opposition of the come for the practical recognition of BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The healthfulness -
our stock to any' stockholder who enfranchised class. The door to this the truth that the moral law is equally and beauty of Kissimmee ;
de& "e8itat 8 per cent:. per annum. When has been forced binding upon men and women, and have never been questioned. No
by a
we eay per annum we mean a year Fora power open section -
less tune, there will be, proportionate- of outside people who immediatelyon that all legal disabilities.now imposed, diphtheria, no consumption, no pneumonia -
interest. These loans will "be a great aid their admission shut the door 'in either on account of sect or sex, should -in fact, read. our medical
to the farmers in the spring and summer, "aces-of :other outsiders. And then' repealed.1' report. Beautiful cottages, villas or

cotton when they chopping need ,just or other a small necessaries.We sum for. those inside always thought themselves This resolution was proposed by'W. lots suitable for residences. Writefor '

propose to loan on cotton receipts the best judges of who should come T Stead editor of the Review of terms and particulars.

whew farmers desire to hold their cotton. .in, or rather:, of who should; be' ,kept Reviews;spoken to by the Rev._ Hugh COME SOUTH, And get untold]
'When this,Is done there; ; will be a small out. and these were everybody but Price Hughes and seconded by the i.quantities[ of the grandest climate in
cotton.insurance We fee" ,as we'also must inSure' the themselves. Rev. A. H. Bradford,.,D.D., of New. the world free with each acre of ground r,
to loan real
estate,and when propose we do this the abstract on i Women will have a much more Jersey, and supported by the Rev. J.C. purchased. Come where you can till ..
.of title, which will cost five or ten dollars l.- protracted struggle than men before' Kirby, of South Australia, "and the soil twelve \months in the year.

must be furnished by \the party.'; they attain"their political, freedom, because was carried. with enthusiasm." At least write to me for ftiUpart cuIan. .
We do a safe business. Thousands '' '
thousands will be saved to the farmers upon they can only.appeal l to reason When 'I think of this immense Tern- war CANNON,
the moment they can get;money to pay and justice,'and these against. ignorant pie> ,one of the largest ,in England, KliJiJlmmee, .'la_
cash Credit eats like selfishness and fears crowd of A seat for the land of the Dluton Companies,
as they go. a cancer; imaginary are filled with a, English, American for the AMoelated Railways land,and tiM
it .discouraged men; ,breaks dpwn the mt,slow working weapons. But if and Australian people I hear the land of Klmlramee'Lard Co. .
JbeaHii, ;' 'ruinfc Wte'spiritl'd, qua1ifit'Smen'f slow Women cheers which this wise and Phosphate; sugar cane, ,rice, trucking ,
hey are, they: are,sure. .greet just, ,
life The is'* ,
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*< aoo-datYt" remedy our: fruit, grazing timber. general 11, farming!
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.sub-treasaryybank: and refraining:from: have no.rude.force,'to seize the suf-' noble resolution., Just think, .Mr.; .nd home lands Send for rmip showing
) : O 1:> +;1I' '*x 'f and'T of it the educa .Editor of the relative of small '
bwykig-thiag' *oa credit. r. : -' rage,- am glad ; : a, :>ands : :

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. :. '.' voice which: pipes out that: he counts .object of' the sub-treasury plan is t6- appreciate the sub-treasury .plan or ,

it folly to entertain'the question"evenas : :store'or warehouse agricultural prod- understand the necessity for it. It pfeate ] a YY fps

an abstract idea" .-, ucts.. So l long as this idea predomi- contemplates increased amount ,of "'- ..._. -- ...... --

4 I reserve coo1tBe upon the "God-- nates'in'the mind of men, just so long money to correspond with an increased There is not enough room in Fernan-

given right"'of.men to rule for a future may we expect bitter opposition to the amount 'ot business, and a decreased dina for the phosphate cars and theyare

article, if ,thereditor: 'oftlns: very impartial plan. ,Warehouses or the storage of amount:of money to correspond witha sidetracked at a'number stations.

l journal cares: to'have it.: agricultural products, or the'lending decreased amount of business. Until Our' friend, Jake Marsh, has the

It is a very'important, question just of money thereon is,not, of necessitya some plan is devised and put' into operation biggest thing going, and it is not phos-

:>BOW as 'to' which side the. Farmers' part of the plan. These enter: simply that will at least approximatethe phate nor lands, but a fine African

.Alliance will take on this subject. as.matters of detail. The object of the object herein contemplated the goober farm. '''He thinks his yield will

a 'Very important for themselves"; mean, measure is to have,,the government issuea farmers of our country will be system- be 650 bushels on ten acres of land.PanasofTkee .-=-

bet as'far as 'Women's'Rights. are concerned ,supplemental or auxiliary volume oj atically robbed, and it is no more in item in Sumter county

they;are sure to .be granted, money which may be brought into circulation -' their power to prevent it than to suspend Times.

whether the tanners help or hinder. in times of scarcity,produced by in- the laws of gravitation.

.' :Farmers. are,, for.,the most. part,*some- creased demand"thai ,will automatically "This principle of the flexibility of We have tested the jelly made from
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'what slow: and dull of comprehension, re/urnto the government 09 the demand volume to meet flexibility of demandis the Maypop the fruit of the Passion

.. aDd the sort of, galvanic shock I can for its,use' ceases to exist, ,and lJy this so plain and simple, so manifestlyjust vine, and find it as ,delicious to the

give them'will do .them all 1.. .the good means prevent any marked relative contraction and right, that students of political palate as it, is pleasing to ,the eye. It

m the world. E. M. KING.Banana or expansion of the volume of the. economy of the' future will rank is beautifully translucent, in appear

Putnam COunty circulating medium of the (country. those who now drum'up matters of detail ance.and would sell well in the marketas
r a dainty for the ,tables of the rich,
Now one must understand the necessity as an excuse, for not receiving it
Resolutions of Lake County
I while the can easily and
Alliance. for'the plan before he can appreciate with those who ridiculed Columbus poorer people
cheaply produce it for their own use.
when he demonstrated that the
it.
By applying the laws of me-
The following resolutions were We wonder it has not been
world is round." put upon
chanics to the financial l transactions olour
: the its third
passed by Alliance at the market.-Halifax Journal.
HERSCHEL P. WALKER A. 1.Iake .
.heldatEustis country, the necessity for the plan ,
Fla.
quarterly meeting, understood Region Nursery Anburndale Pla. Messrs., Russell & Price now have
be 'when
can readily and
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,on Sept 16th, 1891 :' -.HOur
five acres on the, south shore of Lake
understood must be admitted as laud.
WHEREAS, The Alliance demands, orange groves are showing Fairview enclosed, and roofed over,
known as ,the Ocala demands, are,pre- able.Every bloom for the third time this year. and are covering the ground with
engineer in charge of a train'
sented, the membership of the order First' the March bloom setting the
pineapple plants as rapidly as possible.
of cars,knows ,that as additional cars ;
,and the people at large,for: their earnest great bulk of the crop, then 'a June This will be the largest venture in
consideration are coupled to his train so.must, he apply -
; a dVHEREA'S bloom the from which
an additional amount of steam to oranges are pineapples in this part of the State,
'
.\ .Said,demands are being maintain unifo'nriity'ofspeed other half grown, and now a September and it promises to be a financial bo
ridiculed and opposed with'false statements a bloom. Of without mild
course a have had
nanza. Both gentlemen
Likewise 'whenone
things being equal
by our opponents i and winter these latter will not ripen, ,but 'experience on a smaller scale on their
more detached from
or cars are
WHEREAS, Our officers.and leaders such winter have and shouldit
a we may home.places, and both have been,successful
his train the or steam must be
r power
libeled the
are being maligned.and by, be so there will be oranges on the ..Reporter.
', partisan and, subsidized; press of the regulated accordingly. To'elucidate tree during the whole What
: year ,
therefore more fully, let us suppose that the The eighty acre tract of the Orlando
country, belt fruit tree with the
Resolved, i. That it is the opinionof engine which runs the press that prints can Coast compare Gazette. Grape and Fruit ,Company, located

Lake County Alliance that the this paper is so regulated as to run orange.tree.- just north of tHe' city is all cleared of

'. Ocala demands are just,righteous and just one press at a proper speed. Now, REPORT OF THE CONDITIONOF timber and plowed the first time. It

,equitable' and that the Ocala demandsare what would be the effect if another will be plowed''again and harrowed

,worthy of the unprejudiced and press were attached without applyinga \twice before being planted to vines

earnest'consideration'of all good and ,corresponding amount of steam? THE' FIRST NATIONAL 'BANK next winter. The tract adjoins the

citizens Every one knows the press would run Standard Oil Company's grove on the
patriotic irrespective of :partisan OF FLORIDA '
; : too slowly. Suppose again that several, north and is eligibly situated for shipping
feeling.s. ., At Jacksonville, in the State of Florida,.at) the ,
That'we have the fullest confidence presses ,are running at the proper speed close business,September 25, 1891 :. as the ,line of the F. C. & P.

in the and four and ,one half of them be detached or RESOURCES.Loans touches one corner of the property.

officers. ability integrity, disconnected from the engine, one can and,discounts.secured and....unsecured....... $243,364.96Overdrafts 7,939-06 Messrs. Haynes, Young &Bailey are

That will readily understand that the other U. S.bonds secure circulation...4,. 50000.00 doing the work on this place, as, wellas
3. we not''sup prt
r any Stocks, securities,claims,etc.... ,410.00
would run at too high speed clearing additional tract of ten
candidate to, the State Alliance, 'at presses Due from approved reserved agents.. 28370.71
Bade who endorse said unless the steam be regulated ac- Due from other National banks....... 32. 14.56 acres for themselves, to be plantednext
City will not ..
banks and
from bankers
Due State 14.871.31nanking
demands. cordingly., In other words,the power house furniture and fixtures 23,500.00 winter. This, together with the

4. That copy of these resolutions (steam) must be regulated'' according to Other owned., real.....estate.........and...mortgages......., 12,958-45 care of their place ,and the fifty-acre
be' The National Economistand the amount of resistance to be overcome. Current expenses and taxes pa.... 2,402.72 vineyard planted for the Niagara Vine-
sent to
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bonds.
Premiums on U. S.
: the FLORIDA FARMER .AND'FRUIT Now, in all financial transactions,. and other cash items........... 5432.99 9,000.00Checks yard Company last spring has made a
is the the business Bills of other work for
GROWER for publication.The money power, to Fractional nickles?, 14,939.00< pretty extensive summer's

above resolutions were presented .; transacted is the; resistance, and and cents paper........currency.. .......... ..... 324.64 these gentlemen.-Orlando. Reporter.
price is the velocity or speed_at which Specie... 9043.00 > i
by Brother Lafon; of Paisley.After Legal-tender 10,000.00
the business moves. As the steamof Redemption fund with U.S.TreasurerS Doctors? Pshaw! Take BEECHAM'S PILLS.PSS .
discussion same
some the received engine should be regulated' accord ( per cent.of circulation).. '...... 1,400.00
an ,
vote 'and'were --
a majority or- ing to the resistance to be overcome, T W.............................0.149,831036 Fine .D&slana.
dered'sent stated.
to.press, as so should "the amount of money in the ,LIABILITIES. Mr. Cash Thomas, the artist, has
B. McLw.
+ E.. Sec. be regulated according to the Capital clt.paid in .*.. :30,000.00Surplus drawn a building, the plan of whichhe
Umatilla Fla. .country fund............. 10,000.00
I amount of business to be transacted. Undivided profits......................t... 36,104.77 will submit at'the Orlando State
-: National bank notes outstanding..... ."45,000.00 meeting October 7th to the
The Sub-Treasury Plan -No.'1.Hdkor Who ,would ,think of purchasing ;an Dividends unpaid........... 75.00, promote
Alliance State exhibit at the World's Fair. It
Department: engine so constructed that the workto DEPOSITS.
"Men's opinions vary with their be done must be regulated wholly( Individual deposits. subject is very handsome,'artistic picturesqueand

,;' interest" and their:interest, real or:supposed in accordance ,with a fixed,amount of to check... $246,743.82. striking. Its size will be 100x100
r
; varies: every :man--.being' his steam? Thanks to inventive geniusthe de.posit. 9278.74 feet, in the form of a cross, to be
....... ,
,
Certified checks. ,
117.43Due built of and roof
own judge-WIth the kind'ofliteraturt: business (resistance) is not adjusted, to other National banks "31,596.78 cabbage palmetto logs
they read. It is not.astoniShing then to the amount of'steam but the latteris Due to State banks and thatched with palms.
,: bankers..... .,.... 24.049.08-3n,7 s.87
that those who read 'mostly partisan regulated to correspond with the Notes and bi re-discounted......... 42,863.73Total. It'will be surrounded by a fine display -

newspapers which are too frequently amount of business. True,there is a .f. 1495831.36 of Florida fruit, shrubbery aad

under the influence of the "power oi# limit beyond which we cannot go. ,So, STATH OF FLOUR trees and a manatee,and alligator pools.Mr. .

money to'oppress" should consider it in the financial transactions of our' Couirrv OF DUVAC,I'\ ** Thomas says the material for
their interest condemn in I,Bryan Taliaferro Cashier of the above named the,building will not cost over $5,000.
to to unmeasured country the business should not.have to bank,do solemnly swear that the above' statement -
terms the sub-treasury plan. be regulated according to the volume of is true- to the best of my knowledge ,andbdleC. Now, with $100,000 for display inside
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As a rule, with few''' exceptions, this money,''but the latter 'should be regu- BaTA.X Tawrn&an Cashier.. and around it, wouldn't it talk effectively

condemnation emanates from the exploiting lated to correspond with the amountof Subscribed and sworn to before' me this 8th for Florida?-Ocala :Banner. '

class whose interest is diametrically business to be transacted: Thereis day of October, 1891. STEM B.POSTIJX. ,' .

.: opposed to the interest of the also in this'a limit beyond which Notary Public.Dun County. If: you feel woak

producer or from men who do not un- would not be:safe to venture. Correct-Attest: .
TAJCBS M.SCHUUACHS&, and all out take

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ceived fast week' from Boston a telegraphic market. They have put up a r ida-Gainesville Sun. says "the Texas cattle fly is very: bad

brdef for a carload' of orangesat 'quantity .of okra, and, yesterday Mr. Flavius T. Christie in the west part of Clay couflty.
a planterof
$z a* box. 'didi'c Who this "Texas cattle be
beef. What
Deponent say to try canning this his fly" may
whether leash accompanied, ,the order what this new and untried county, planted on plantation we are not aware, unless it is the .
this spring one aud, one quarter
or not. will ? There's here th compsomayia raacil-
develop more screw-worm fly (
acres in Cuba seed tobacco. He housed
The Wild Wood Courier'says: 'Sum- climate, ,though that's, enough,- nine. hundred pounds of tobacco from laria); but this is very doubtful.

' ter county isv surely on 'the'road to in. : Myers\Press. -the one and one quarter acres of land The common green-headed fly has
dependence. Her formers have raised .we'r been uncommonly bad in,some sec-
Some of the finest corn we planted, and sold 'the nine hundred
and housed mote this than tions this fall, the worst for years.-
corn
year ever,seen was shown us pounds for four hundred and five H' .
they can use in thenexttwelve months. Mr John Baylis, of the abstract ofll ($405)) dollars, receiving, .forty five ED. F. & F. G. "

. We.hope' that our farmers_ .have learned'I I It.was grown by Capt :'"Jim" cents a pound tor his -crop. Mr. .
the lesson that corn cribs 'and 'meat!''on land t, near Payne's Prairie. Christie is as well known as any
XF YOUR BACK JLf;:TKS.
houses in ...tjwVest. ,and, Northwest fertilizer. No corn shipped from: planter in Leon county, is a man of Or you are all worn out,really good for nelato -_

raeass:bankruptcy to them.. I I West_ here is finer grained or sterling integrity, and any statement BKOWX'S*.It is general IRON debUt BITTXSS.. Try -

The canning :factory has closed up developed.. The. crop will made by him goes without question.- It win cure you cleanse your.Uv r, aad giro

the. ; .guava business, but will continue over fifty-bushels to the acre-so Tallahasseean. a good appetite.FLORIDA

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. '.WANTED IN ENGLAND. '

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As Florida oranges are now staple fruit, in the English markets, to obtain profitable prices, in the future it will only be necessary to export good quality and
land oranges in good condition in:the foreign markets. ? '
Ke8 ri. Smith & Crouch, one of the largest, best and most reliable fruit firms in England, say of Liverpool market, that the demand is.now so large that 5.000.
boxes, weekly, could be handled iip:to J'anuary'1st"with satisfactory results if the fruit is sound on'arrival., '
As one of ,the l largest exporters of apples in New York and as a large importer of fruit from England, my knowledge. of the carrying ability of steamers enables..:<
me to select the best to 8hlp',6y .
Representing the best''firms hi;Liverpool""and Glasgow, and having my own house in London,are also further reasons'why shippers should send through me.
In order to export 'oranges, shippers can consign their fruit to me to IJew York. .If on examination is condition to forward, I will have the same placed on the .,
4 best'and'fast tsteamerr and send a Bill of,Lading evidence of shipment to shipper., If not sound enough to export, I will either turn the lot over to any New York.
firm the owner may'designate, or sell myself at auction.
The best steamers land their cargoes Liverpool, so that a cable report of sales is received in New Ydrk in twelve days after sailing. A check covering about the
amount of the proceeds is then sent on account to the shipper, by me. In twenty days.from date of shipment from Florida it is thus possible to have the proceeds in ...,
the hands of me shippers., .. "
' Please the facts .. .
note following : .. .
Large sizes of oranges, 112's-126's. bring as much as ISO's and 176's. No.matter if oranges are shipped green and are sour, the ,earliest possible shipment pay::
.Dead Green Spanish always bring! the highest prices, being the only kind in.the market. Oranges must not be shipped from, New York later than December
lt. There is no demand after the .holidays until March'1st ...
Advances of 75 cents per box on.your fruit will be made to such shippers as need, money, and such are authorized to draw on me with Bills of Lading attached..
Further, particulars-and stencils{will,be furnished by .' *
q -- E. L. GOODSELE, No. 103 Park PlaCe,, .

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: 'BELLEVIEW: PHOSPHATE CO.

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NON-ACI'D PHOSPHATE RERTILJZER' l

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To Orange Growers',and.. Farmers : h .

.. The BeUeview Phosphate is the cheapest fertilizer' ever "offered, because it is the best. It contains. least three times more available plant food than can be >
' found ia any commercial acidulated fertilizer and is sold for one4otirth'the :price. .,: ;
We have the.most complete: plant in the State for: calcining.and pulverizing the phosphate. :." ..
It is the best because while'its benefits are shown at once ;it will outlast all. others, and there is no possible danger in its use. It being a great absorbent of .
moisture i it fe'of great'value as a: !mulchant It Is worth double 'the price it is sold at for,this purpose alone. Hundreds have used it, and they all give glowing &ti-."
mofikk of its value. Chemists=and Scientists testify that it is the'richest and safest fertilizer known. ; :
We want every'orange grower and farmer_to try it, and for the next few weeks offer it at the following extremely: low prices, at the mines : .. r
Pec ton, u&dned in bulk, $5 ; per ton dried and ground,'6.50; per ton dried and pulverized, bUlk, $7.50 ; sacked, $1* extra. Special prices in round lots. ;'.:
Fifty;pounds for a full bearing tree'is a'sufficient quantity: to Ise;and less according to size of tree. TIt
: .is god for cotton. ,It;is good for all kinds r';'grain. It is good for all grasses. It is good for all kinds of fruit trees. It is good for strawberries and all kind

of vegetables. .. r!
Seo Secretary and Treasurer. .
.' Box 519, JACKSONVILLE, FIA:
1 *:Tke.aaalysis of..tltissoft phosphate> as given by Serge Malyvan: of,Ocala, is'as'follows} :. .. ," '.., I. ,:, ;. _
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':1." ."-: r' .. Carbonate of I4me.................................<.................:..,.....,............. "4-56 .' :- :,
": a.':. Phosphoric Add..... ......... .............'.....................'.;.......((27.63)) ." .-
Equivalent to Bone Phosphate of Lime.... :........:.................. .:..,*......:.....60.73 .
.' ;t ". Oxide! of Iron.............._. ........,*...............................................:.. .74 .
Oxide of Aluminum..................................:.............................:......... 2.07 J
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'. Moisture................................................................................... 6-55 > ,v.! "
He also says : Year: phosphate'(referring to the Belleview Soft Phosphate)will soluble by gradual steep under the influence of rain water, provided perfectly

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The same eminent chemist gives a further analysis of the solubility of>_this phosphate in Citrate of Ammonia, which is about the same strength as rain water,- ; .
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:eat. of Bone Phosphate"of Lime, the equivalent'of 22.66 per cent. of Phosphoric Acid'soluble in Citrate! of Ammonia." .

The greatest amount of available Phosphoric Acid in any of the high. grade commercial fertilizers is 6 to 9 per cent. .

JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,June 25U1 IS9I., .JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,June 12,t89I.Ma. .
ar.ramwPHOSPHATE COMPANY JACKSONVILLE FLA.: Gentlemen-I wish to state for your T. D. Gus ms, SSCJLBTAXY BELLEVTEW PHOSPHATE CO., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.: Dear
beeWfc, aM AM-, Orange Farmers in Florida, that the car load of Soft Phosphate which I.had from
your Oompftay in April is entirely! satisfactory.I Sir-Enclosed .please find_ my order for two ,more ,cars of Soft Phosphate.. I have used
-. I pta tie same oa one IraiMlred trees in my grove,at Lake Como. It has given my trees a seventy-five tons of this Phosphate, and have noted with much interest its effect oa my
.crease .. .uf\ltlfOWth.-aiftl1 the foliate a rich dark green color,and for pine land groves at least,' Orange Trees. .The first car load I applied to'eomethioK' over five hundred tree and
is tact what is required,at small in future use it if you have it for sale and shall disc -
the results have been simply marvelous. The adjoining five hundred trees received no fctti3Ategtand
of mer&i PotasL I mostcheetMly
t* *e vse Pertittcers,adding to it small amounts Sulphate can
recotamead it to Orange. Growers. Truly yours, C. B. SMITH the difference between the two fields is something wonderful. On one aide every tree has start
BBLLBVIBWMASioX Co.,PL4.,Tune 8.1891. ed with a vigorous growth. The fiaest foliage that-hare CftrRell"mThe tree wWeh received
T. D. Gla+asss. 'Secretaq Benevitw Pllo5 hate Company! Jacksonville F1a.: bear:JU'-Io\ ao- no appScatioa have}aat commenced to start up. Mr. McMaster.of the firm ofMeMojtffs&
awe!'to your illaldry Wb\t have been the rewfts of your experiments with the BeIleview Phosphate Miller of San Mateo,visited ray grove a few days siace: and expressed.himself as being very maeti
eo.peay'.OFF PRoaPIIATBt I a.happy to say that the results have been very gratifying iocIML astonished at the growth of the t.reesw1erethe Soft Phosphate had beet appHed. If yon rememberthe ... .
: ..IUWtt itt its RAW STAflg,as it comes from the Mines(Par drying or being first shipment Phosphate was made less than sixty days since,and, until the lt few days,we :!!
miyofaTree 'a.. .....iMt sfcltMd this spring oa Kelsey Plums, LeConte Peach and Orange have had very little rain .. _
e tile>** where I tried k side by side with high grade Commercial PertUkCr.APf& I am fully'convinced that one ton of the BeSeview Soft Phosphate has a greater value as a pant .
rai- *wy Btee4Mfere e in tee growth and looks of tie trees,but the drfferface in food than a ton of any' ?ertHize'that has ever been brought. into the State,aad I woaM warmly ree .'.
' tl e yrfce fa s>great IW :I mu&use the 3eft'Pho iMe in the future a1t geUter. :- ommend its use to' the. Orangeersofthe State. + _
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Iti;i*,probably; not generally l known L4 M1'Cli THE BEAUTIFUL 1. ,::1

1Mi duriDg the'pt hummer .
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*ksiuty than the aggregate, .of any\whole R rwdearwa j

/.. .since 1886. /rln any ,direction 'e' .

from thectty; will see ,CHAS. W.DACOSTA A, Publisher.. 'f. Cj
you may go: : you rt

MMnerous new groves planted since s

feet spring., They are,all growing,..too,; 'Terms of SabserlpHon: '

rely. For groves; ,both ,old and For one year H'e, .....rl..-i. .......,....."_00

For six months ...... ...*,*..VMMM1 00
young, f-in a flourishing' condition,

DeLand'and 'thIS whole.pine ,ridge .IEi'Bah crlptlonlln_ all cases,cash in ad-
.. YABee.
challenge any other section in the i .
Bastes off .$dvertialugonapplleatitn.REMITTANCE' .
i2 orange belt to equal it.-DeLand. Recorder : should be'made by Cheek, Florida Ceitral lid Puiniiir l ,

i Foetal Note, Money Order, or Registered Letter

.,to order of RAILROAD, "

FLORIDA DISPATCH AND. FARMER
Z ."CENT-A-WoR&'Oa UMN. AND .FRUIT GROWER, 110 !MILES THE FLORIDA TRUNK LINE
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Id .J Jacksonville..Fl*. ) CINCINNATI f 8ker&eat QsicYest.still (Formerly the F.. R.&N. Co.)offers ioereasedfacilities
this season for travel to Florida,'
To i Mtre 1>}insertion this column, {tdie tlse- Compartment and Pullman.Palace Sleeping Carsthroughwithoutcbangemakingd1rect having in addition to Its old and popular. I
>meats must be accompanied by the money. I NEW SUBSCRIBERS ONLY.] connection connections the LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE -
.. R. R. at the River.Junction and the
Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. GEORGIA SOUTHERN A FLORIDA (the
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Postage Stamps received in payment, m in\ CENTRAL UNION I ST. Suwannee River route to Florida),arranged J
BIG | .LOUIS | 'route from the West and Northwest
Coast every word,Including name and addreM.11ACARTKKY : DEPOT for for a new
via Montgomery Balnbridge and Moaii-
r and the WEST and with Through Car lines for cello carrying through,sleepers from GIN
CINktTI
+ TO TAMPA.
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; ROSES make. beautiful ever- the The road has now no leu than
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tint greeH.steck-proof .Plants and cuttings
I CHICAGO!" .
brr sate. .M.ONBILL, Fairbanks,Fla. xo-8-i8t FeffliufflOffer !. gRTH wasT; Seven., Points (of Connection Witk

also with Through 'Car the, North,
SALIC-3QOooo sour orange Iptouts.. J. A. I DETROIT t
FOR ,Gain'esboro Fla.TJXATT ,_Io.4t LInes.for. namely* Fernandlna,'Callahan.Jacksonville,,
Live Oak; Lake City, Monticello and River.,

MOTE AUTOMATIC CHIANGE.'.SIZn -, ;; T '- '>;,.> ,:'.:; : |t.. ,BUFFALO t and Points in Canadaandthe'EAST.. Junction with Chicago, making Kansas comfortable City and all conneetteaa northern

SR.. Best er in existence;; will size 400 THK ,: cities, for whicb' this road .. specially in

;.fco es per iMp Bright on one side Russets. on. ..* only one Change of Cars:to augurated.
die other. Price reduced to 55,cash with order. F LOB I: J>",:A.. ":t The Florida Central
IS. H. MOTE! AUTOMATIC Shan COM. LeobUTg, ,
.Fia. Send for Catalogue and testimonial sheet., \ .. Meridian, | NEW ORLEANS | and Peninsular] Railroad

Io8Io'uY Dispatch} Farmer and Fmit-Grow&r
JACKSON, VICKSBURG, PoInts'In !Is the greatest artery of travel through the
.. r' finest parts of Florida, traversing trwe ty-
sew list now ready drop a postaL or one TEXAS and the four counties Gadsden, Jefferson, Duval,
For and ofbitller's
.M and order eConte and Kieffer pears, plums one year a copy r Alachua, Lake, Leon, Suwannee, Nasfaa,
..na. etc. Good stock fine trees., SUMMIT, wasT. 4 Levy, Orange,. Hilleborou gh. :Wakalla,
'J MBaIB& AND POULTRY: YARDS Mostlcello,' Passengers via this line are afforded excel Columbia Clay,. Marlon, Polk, Manatee, 1
'"JIIe. I Gardening ,Florida Madison, Baker Bradford, Bumter Her
__ lent view of lookout Mountain and surrounding nando and DeSoto.In their richest portion
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TJtD-Pkre thousand citrus trifeikta ALL: FOR *2.0. I GION OF HILL COUNTRY where are the flee oM,
W 8. C.RAy S. Pass. Atlanta Ga.
steers for bud4t g. State price. Address E. Agt, 'New
.1. P. hP Ass, Experiment Station, Lake City, ". D.].-MULLANEV: DI'Pass..Agt.' Chattanooga.D. Farming Lands and :the Te.
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a. 4 io-t-4t Whltner's, Gardening in Florida,is a .'G. EDWARDS'G.P. &T. A., i' bacco Farms' -

handsomely printed and' bound book of CINCINNATI 0.f i (reached by .no other line) some of them
FOR 8ALK-One thoosand first-dftss red Tan conducted on a large cale..' Here: are Qi& y,
; ; beds two and three years old;.or 350 pages,being a comprehensive i treatiseon Tallahassee (the capital), MontieeUo. Madison
-wwsli ctcfaaoge fer a good cow, horse, buggy or a&d other towns,from whose comfortable,
ftMry.. CHUBB&WARD, Winter Park. Fla.I0 the vegetable and tropical products of ample dwellings reposing in a ferttte

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+ This book is much sought after for:its Btretehlng down through -
*\I/H3R8can'I get Nonpareil and Centennial Or- -,. ,
n aIIte Bade wo of each,by mail Send at once practical information. The Peach Country
Bald IwmftK1ftrd cash p. E. BLamBIan-; of Baker Bradford Alaohua and
Levy. eeentles -
tea, Fla., fttee 2.00 ,buys the book and oar ,through the'prosperous .

IM'per10r one year. Strawberry Farms

ow h the> Kfteifer to place your orders 'for 'Le-. This is certainly a grand offer: Send, of Lawtey,84ake and Waldo, 1tapI superior
: Geateor trees for this _fell'sC .
pear In profit to the orange grove-it goes through
Bay from headquarters.. '''AsCADIANUZwools .to,orders at once.' .., the heart of the state, penetrating some of
0 TifTrnttrtllir, Ttn. 9-24-4* '
C. W. DACOSTTA, the finest' groves one having
7OOOO; 'Fall-bearing Orange

U/AK'CD-To exchange eConte, Kieffer. or Jacksonville Fla. Trees
ry ether pear trees.or other nursery stock, ,for ,. '.
ogees tank from 1,000 to sooo gallons'capacity. It pawing for nearly a mile 'between them-.
J.H. OOLULX>BAU,,MontlceKo, Fla. 9-24-41 NOTICE OP INSOLVENCY. Y.' making Its way southward to the Gull and to
: I the more tropleal portion* of fee 8 I a4e. In
aU portions of the JMate It reaches points of
A IMPROVED RING ORANGE SIZER IN CoUNTY JUDGB'8 CouK.Tl> Scenic Interest.
M took raid medal at Ocala Exposition.: Runs DuvAL COUKTV, FLORIDA.}
i by hand,'foot or steam; cannot get oat of order. Chas. W. DaCosta. administrator Wakulla Springs in the West, the Sawaa&ee
ALP&BO 4YR!, J>:ke Weir, Fkt, ,q-s4 fit WHEREAS of Geo. C. Goodrich,deceased, River, as beautiful and romantic .. it if
late of the county aforesaid, having filed.in the famous,feUlver themsely in the lake region,
office of the of said writ- and, the lake with their wrroundlngsof -
County Judge county a
niWHArPLE slips wa ted.- State 'price AIXIAACE CULTIVATOR. rolling land ,. .
per ten suggestion of the.insolvency of said.estate, lnt rued wit
r tiMMaad. Address J.W.& F.D.,Waite Belle- homes In
pleasant green ,sloping dowi
groves
notice given to all having claimsof For field and "The best cultivator
view Marion Co., Fla; u hereby persons ,garden grove.
9-24-61 to the Blear lake front .
; By means of tfafaroad
any nature whatever against said estate to file I ever saw," is the verdict of all who use it -
the same duly authenticated, 'in the office of Works either level or on a bed:perfectly adjustable you can most readily.reae-h the

DOMEL.O-Wanted,350 buds(not trees)each of County Judge of said county on or before the 8th ;cleanest cutting;lightest draught. Hunting and Fishing Ground*.
different of A..D. ,at which time there will cultivator .Price .
C three ftm e JOHN PABYAN, Co- day April 1892 .Every felly warranted. $10.GODBEY .
net .... 9-04-41 be a pro rata payment to creditors entitled thereto & HARRIS, The settler will find on the line of this roada
.:.. ., and the administrator discharged.. Waldo,. Fla. greater opportunity for a varied selection *
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,: -: : ,Witness,my name as County Judge of.said I land than on any oOtfr road in tike 8U4e-
WG. TIIGHMANt, Paktka, Fla.., will send county this aSth. day September A. D., 1891. : from ,lightest sets'to those ondertefai wrta
a paekage of medicine for 35'cents 'by W.B.OWEN, clay and marl, and of richest hamm.pkI -
-'tW'wm ,care pctrside' cattle: Give it a io-i-6m County Judge. POULTRY FOOD'I! I whether for regular mixed farming sleek(n c
trial and. be convinced. ,,9"3t: dairy farming, poach or strawberry enlfcuv,
groves and vegetable .
orange garden*
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1 'iAST A BEAX lit. WHOtEfian The tourist will "be, '
,STEVEN gratified with lei
Akbamaand other straw- 9it1W Mft Trla:aN"Traits Lad scenery. The hMlth.seeker- 1U
' on epic
lTIB. lead for mat Zraa -FrM 'Am.ml. '
plants. prices., JULIUS route, can find
some, spot adapted to ate
Grand Ala. :. to"'poIaL Or";.Jv4d .'
'.;.) Bay-" .... B+ut. .+.,rt seta AMy writtta: TNtrastymYOlklLAT19t.CsJ.Frwf : 1 wants. On the hard clar, roads of p
Oreuer:BergriatuLOWyticsallppt*.hu.cau- Florida the horseman will ride with
T OR SAXB-Pure Ctoadseed fig strawberry ryPleap' eRTeacs..Lp't,"""" NorlrNLatNaa. and satisfaction, and the Florida Central
.*.LLR6R&stock In U.S.HoBSTZIB. Trade Mark.ROLLIS' and Peninsular is theSportsman's'
r plants. Win AU orders after Augmt:5. De- &fIW,>f06Ii-asepv.er> MM* .
depot In wt ey:, in good order, at STARK BROS.,Loniaiaaa, CANNED MEAT FOR POULTRY u
tie allowing rates; One to four tIto ud.\J.So -JIo.-l'o..l8861, OLDBft.l080 Aem;LAMSBZ.' Route., '.
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thousand five Will:Make Hess Lay NoTr.--PMmgers from Northern
a ;over thouaaadj $a.as. Cash mastacissapsBy n qi eHMeo
] an orders. CHAS:; H. CatmcHiu, Will Make Cbleke&a X wftsy.Fla. care S.M4CsvRcHLt..t 1 7-aj-iot .AVD GOOD FOB MOULTIKO Fowxa. have Peninsular to, potato in 8o th !
the privilege of being takes Soseaville .. O
..; A SCH.O'O'L This food te sUtetly fresh: Baeat,ea ref,lly over the CoBipaoy line sad s Ilow.4
$ 'CTRAWWtRRY' ANTS-Miehel) best for : cooked,ground,,floe,seasoned and herraetieally a stop-over within t be""foiog limits of IlK
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,- Q honks use,cloud aIId Kewnaa kr'.Iipp4g.. : UoII with reUirD 0 tb ir rootelbr deslaa
In 8-lb it
tilts large, weIIJIH.AL BIr,Iwtey,. sealed eaDB. Being gitmndflae, tt&a tree of ttra .*.. Bead tor Try et
.. 1'" Fittie r.yoang"men for the active duties of life oaabe readily mixed with soft tOed,and fedSo Florida? mailed.free
Chartered by the,Legislature of ,Virginia; aad '
: e 4oc.d by the Chamber Commerce,Cossefi aa to give eaeh foWl aa eqoal share. ,Prie t A.o. MAODONBLL, a.P.JL,
QK. 1AIJ -O.< seeaad hand I .. Xdpiosiiueatcitfaensoftheettywherelooated.arartakgae.ctfc 99 eta. per eau; f6 per cIoL AcMrees, HOLLIS -Fire

j # ..... ..... Iw..salecheaat. ...:eAee.. > iars sand teartmonl a Is,address DRB&SBD, MEAT&,WOOL CO., 90: .North ,X. 8. P3NNIN *OKTFft_..
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.corrON J 0 : Latest: Designs in Parlor and Bedroom Suites 'in Antique Oak

: eMPonfene :s : 1:1trIQlte : : tJ Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut and Imitation. Hall Stands,
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Goods, Desks of all Kinds and
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fI- HOUSE! FURNISHING.. GOODS OF ALL KINDS ONVI4tEi"! r


Mattings R -' Y f Curtains S.'.Window.. Shades, Hanging Lamps, China and. ; >a ( ";.s: i'i:;;r A., _
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Hotels, Boarding Houses Shins Steamers, Offices and Private Residences Furnished from Top to Bottom.

BF When writing,please mention this paper.:


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the very best hig -grade Ferulixer.1; ever THE CROP ON A FEWA
used.": J. B. Wyatt,.,Supt. Fair Oaks THE FIRST YEAR witt,
Groves, Manatee, Fla. : _
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,GROW in 6b '.to .go days, ACRES ATA SITTING. WORKS ON ..

VEGETABLES do best 03 a manure that EITHER 3TANDINQ TIMBER OR 6TUMP& .

is available and about SEMD POSTAL. TOPI < ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. ,
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i JAMES MllNE & aON>' SCOTCH PROVE, mmAMSDEN
Bowker's Grower
Vegetable is a special fertilizer,
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is, composed "of .chemicals_ especially adapted to THE GLORY OF MAN '

vegetables, which, feed this.I I class of crops in a '. STRENGTH VITALITY !

manner to produce a ,healthy growth 'which withstands -
How Lost
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disease and matures early. For sound,

E delicious vegetable of good shipping quality, use,. ., IThNGE.

the JBowKER Fertilizers. .
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BOWKER FERTILIZER A. M. BOND, CEN'L AGENT, MTHKELE

COMPANY.i '.j JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.. ; THE SCIENCE OF LIFE .
E :' fVA" A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise i
on the Errors of Yoatb-Prematort Decline,Nerroos
and Physical Debility,Impurities of the Stood

EXHAUSTEDYITALITY ..

THE MACHINE FLORIDA "li-S'BEET LOOKING FOR. UNTOLD MISERIESResulting '

ON'T buy an 'orange grader until you EAST COAST POULTRY YARDS.
MON ARCH OFTHE jj have seen one of my IMPROVED STEEL from Folly,Vice,Ignorance,grcesses or
ROLLER, 8 or 9 grade, combined assorters OTertaxatlon, Enervating_and unfitting the victim
k: 'ORANG EALEMDN and sixers, with canvas spouting and other Fourteen varieties of land and water fowls for Work,Business,the Harried Social Relation
'0- GROVE' improvements,for the season of 1891 and 1897* Avoid unskillful pretenders Possess this great
( ONES OJuttAeit: tlClT 'The rollers are'made of SOLID ROLLED Indian Games' Imperial .l... PekinDucks .. work. It contains 800 pages,royal 8vo. Beautiful
UNINCCRADCCOMBINIO'ASSORTING&SIZING STEEL ii inches in diameter,are'as straight 1. .' binding,embossed;full gatr'Price'only lam by
as an arrow,a*" RUn'AS STEEL"and will ," Bronze Turkeys. matt, .tpaJd'eobee d In plain wrapper. JHo*.
.onANCC&LCMON: always remain so,thus insuring the most ac moire Prospectus Free,!If yon apply now Toe
MACHINE curateandrapidgrading. Poultry supplies of all kinds. Send a postal dUUngnished author Wm. H. Parker,JL D., re-"
4 After thoroughly testing steel rollers on oranges card for my new Illustrated catalogue and ceirsd th.GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL
.. 11. and lemons last spring,I adopted them price lists. S, from the National Medical Association for
'on neatly 200'of my dedduous'fruit graders thl. PRIZE ESSAY oo NERVOUS and
,made this season,and having personally operated Eggs to Hatch.E. PHYSICAL DEBILIT YJr.Parkeraad a corp
them in California on my different size of Assistant Physicians may be coawHed coafldentially -
graders from the smallest to my large twelve w. AMSDEN: Ormond.Fla.: by mail or In at the oMee of
CANVA M roller machine,flatter, myself that Florida TIlE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
fcCAHVA orange growers and packers will see*upon an No."BaI8DebSc.,Bo.toaM....,towliomal
examination of orders for books or letters for adrle
the improved assorter and FAVORITE SINGER. sboaM M
sizer, that it has been remodeled with the NEW directed as boT...
HIGH
;greatest care,means business all the time,.stands head and shoulders. above all others,and is just I' d ,ARM.
the machine they have teen looking for. iAn 4.-. I Style as shown In cat with full
improved grade with steel rollers may be seen at Nelson Bros.or R.W.Lawton's,Oviedo; : set attachments,self-setting
Judge G. W. Means.Evinston; S.W. Moody&Son'Ocala; T.E.Butts,Hawthorn.i B. P. Holland, dIe and threading shuttle. ,
Jtertow er's Oakland.:L.W.Lawrence,Winter. Park,_ _;R.C.:M., :Crawford Micanopy: ,and a 9 grade at Carl: 'Hold: tJ' ''of.mannfacturen.Yon can get vzwscachlnes Bare Canras OVLT WELLSUPPLIES::=:;::::.:: ,
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gars'Commissions of +96. Sent ',.EItCfOIo, dIa If..
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The above ,with the of
are agents. gentlemen exception, Messrs.Lawton,Lawrence, Crawford and Holmer, trial. Warranted 6 years. n Works.Awera,1+1.

Go see a machine and be convinced.: Where persons do not wish to separate brights from rna ce-@PDAt1YE fCWHH NACRE Ct, SIf3S.CAWALS.CIIlCAGOJLL.lell. ,TEXAS: (f If,0tIN..
sets with the machine my double sixer,or even my single steel roller (baby sixer),will size morecram ).-We pay Frelgat. 7>kildelpblaPn'. .
and lemons than any machine in Florida. Any given size in any of my machines may be : -. .. -'
without affecting the others,or may be shut off entirely desired. For.further informaJtbn .
iddresi my agents, or = <*' jpl DO you need stationery of any kind-paper OOKs of every description neatly and durably
JOHN A.: SrOjrESTYerk Pa. pens and ink? If so,send to DaCosta Fruiting }) bound atDaCosta'Printing and Publishing- .
and Publishing House,Jacksonville.- House,Jacksonville;Fla : .
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..OCTOBER 8,18911; THE FLORIDA DISPATCH; FABMEB AND FRUIT-GROWER 819


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The Clyde Steamship Co. SAVANNAH LINE.Time A. ..

53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia ...

and between Boston and Savannah 65 to 70 hours.

:HOT York Charleston and Florida Lines. .

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Ocean Steamship Company

The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed yParsage

to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. (Central or 90 Meridian Time)

/ Rates :
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both ways : Between Jacksonville and New York:1st class; faSJJO;;Intermediate,H9.00;Excursion....' :
STANDARD( TIME ) Steerage$12. 0. ': .;'
From New York From. Jacksonville, ..
(P1er29, E.R.) STEAMER. Florida. Jacksonville and Boston:Cabin$27:00;Intermediate,$1.00; Exc11J'ldonM1. ;8teerap1U&!.
Monday feet. 26th, at 8 P.X.,....MIBX>qUOtS"..:Sunday, Oct. 4th, at 5:09&.x. THB Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail.follows t
Wednesday, Sept.JWth at 3 P.x. .".ALGONQUIN".Taead&1', Oct. 6th, at 6:00.A.'X. FROM 8A.VANNAR'TO NEW YORK. '
Friday, Oct. 2d, at S P.x. .."CHEROKEE"..Thursday, Oct. 8th, at 7:30A.x.llth ,I;
Monday Oct. 6tn, at 8 P.x*..."BIMINOLE"l!: :..Tuesday, 'Oct. at 10:00A.M.Wednesday Central or 90 o Meridian Time.]
,Oct. 7th, at 8 p.x. .."YEM A88EE"..Sunday, Oct. 13th at .12 NOON. NACOOCHEE............,...........................*................-Friday,, Oct., 2- 600am* 4
Friday Oct. 9th, at 8 P."IROaUOIS" -..Thursday, Oct. 15th, at l:30p.x. CITY OF BIRMINGHAM................_................. .. .Saturday '. 3- 6.00pm '
Monday Oct. 12th, at3P.K..ALGONQUIN"8unday. Oct. 18th, at? 4:30.WednMda7. ) \.)[. CITY OF AUGUSTA.............................t ......'.........Monday,. ', 5- 7.00pm .' ;i
.Oct 14th at 8 p.x. ..'CHEROKEE,'..Tuesday. Oct. .2)th, at 6:00A. .. TALLAHASSEE................ ,_, ...... .. ....._....Wednesday, 7- 8.00 pa
Friday Oct. 16th at 8 P.)[. .."SE MINOLE".Sandsy, Oct. 22d, .at 7:30A.x. KANSAS CITY.................................................. .... Friday 9- 9.30a.OHAT1'ABOOOHEE. m ,
Monday Oct. 18th, at 8 p.x. .."YKM A8SEE"..Thuma,., Oct. 26th, -at 10:30A.x. ...................-.....:.......:...__-......Saturday, .. 10- 10.3.a.
Wednesday,Oct. 21st, at S p.x. ."IROQUOI8" Tuesday Oct. 27th, at 12:50P.M. NACOOCBEE...t.............;..._.__.f, ...+,......................Monday, .* 12- 12.80pm
Friday" Oct.21d., atSp.x.Monday ...'ALG NQUIN"Thursday, Oct. 29th, at 1:30P.M. CITY OF BIRMINGHAM........ .. ........-.... .............Wedne day.II 14- SLOOpm
Oct. 26th at 8 p.x..."CHEROKEE"..Hqnday. Nov. let at 4:30A.M. CITY,OF AUGUSTA ._................................... ...... ....Friday 1ft- 4.00am,
t Wednesday.Oct. 28t h,at 8 p.N."SEMINOLE".Tour. y, Nov. 3d, at 5:30.A..x. TALLAHASSEE:,................ ..r......_.....;......_........Saturday 17- 5JOpm
Friday" Oct. 80th, af.8P..YEIlASSEE.Taeaday.! NOT.' '5th, at 6:00 A... KANSAS CITY..................;. ........;. ..::. ...........>.... Monday ." 19-, IJOJpm s
CHATTAHOOCHEE.................. ..... ....................Wednesday.. 21- 8X0 pm
NACOOCHEE.............. .... ..__............. ....-......__ .Friday 23- loooam
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM.................... ...............---.Saturday, :34- ILOOpm
St. Johns River Line. CITY OF AUGUSTA.............. .................;.............Monday, 26- 1.00pm
TALLAHASSEE...............................................Wednesday, 28- &00 P m
KANSAS CITY...-.................r................,..:...............Friday, 80- 4.00pm. .
In Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on the St. OHATTAHOOCHEE.......................... ..........,.........Saturday II 81- OQpm' #
.. FOR BOSTON. e
: Johns, River. CITY OF MACON................:........??...,....._.::._......Thursday, Oct. 1- Wp m-
CITY OF SAVANNAH.........................................Wednesday, .. 7- 8.00 p m
CITY OF MACON.................:.................................Tuesday. II 13- LSOp m .,.
STEAMER "EVERGKLA.DE"Leaves CITY OF SAVANNAH.........;......................... .........Monday,. II 19- 7.00pm
"; Jacksonville for Sanford Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:30 'Returning GATE CITY................... ............... ....................... Friday If 29- 10.00 a'm .
p. x. CITY OP MACON ........__...................................Monday, 26- LOOp m
.,leaves Sanford Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays,at 10 A. x. CITY OF SAVANNAH.............................................Friday "' 80- 4.C'p..

STEAMER"WELAKA" FOR f'JWjcr.mTA t .

Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Fridays at 3:30 p. x. Returning,leaves (This Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) .

Santord8undaIand Wednesdays,at 7:09.A. x. DESSOUG........................._................-..........Wednesday,.Oct. 7- 8.00 a ta- a
DESSOUG ............... ................._,........._...., -.8aturday, M 17- 5.00 p:Bf .4.-
The above steamers are fitted up with first-class accommodations for passengers,and DESSOUG.............................___......__.. ...........Tuesday, M 27- 2.00p BV : a
tables will be supplied with best in market. .
THERE PALACE STEAMERS ;

General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 West Bay Street. Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway(Waycross Short Line)oTtf: .
to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. .
F. IlL:IRONMONGER Jr.,Fla.P....Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal point NOrth East and Northwest*.
f W.F. OGBBN FAY,Traveling Passenger Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. via Savannah For Information and rooms apply to
X, 0..PELOT, Fit. Agt*on wharf,foot Hogan SU.,Jacksonville: Fla.JOHN J. P. BECKWITH, General Agent, H. R. CHRISTIAN,Soliciting Agent _
71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville.: 71 Jacksonville.
L. H8 WARS, Fla. Frt. Agent; foot Laura St.,Jacksonville Fla. R. L.WALKER.AgenU a ANDStreet. Agent, -
J. A. LESLIE. Supt., foot Laura 8t,Jacksonville,Fla. New Pier No.85 North River New York. City Exchange Building Savannah,Ga.

MARSHALL H. CLYDE, Aut.Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green New York. W. L. JA.HES.Agent.13 RICHARDSON'8.Third BARNARD.Street,Philadelphia.J. 1 Agents.Lewis' Wharf,Boston..

THEe. 0: EGEB,Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green,N.Y. D. HA8HAGEN, Eastern Agent Say Fla.A Western By.Co.261 Broadway N. Y.
G. M. SORREL,Gen.Manager. W.E.IRNOLD,Gen.Trav.AgU Jacksonville,Fla. *
WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents, For Tickets apply to 8.,F.A W.Railway omoe.ESTABLISHED. .

M Wail WMarTM, Philadelphia 5 B.wLl.r Ore ss, .. T.
1875

Williams & Clark Fertilizer
Co., WiX.iXiLM. .Ci.. :EJC>'v.LL' '" .= .

WHOLESALE
NEW YOBK.: .


Branch. Office, No. 729 Reynolds St., Augusta, Ga Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

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;.' : ._ C. D. DUNCAN, Florida Salesman.. 20 WEST BAY STREET-, JACKSONVILLE, FJDA .


I HANDLE ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE SEEDS. A COMPLETE STOCK_ : 0
Americus Orange Tree Fertilizer 'r '-:' ..
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.' : Hay Corn Oats Flour BranWheat Grits Meal l .
Americus Orange Tree, No. 2, r

Americus Ammoniated Bone SuperDhosphate) COTTON SEED MEAL, Mh Bright and Dar .

'," ; Americus. Pure Bone Meal Americus Bone and Potash ..,.

: ;% Americus Strawberry Fertilizer
:. STATE AGENT: FOR PURE GROUWD BOMB
: ': Americus Sulphate of Potash '
r JT. E. Tygert -& Co.'a mTRA.TEBO :
Florida Vegetable Fertilizer. ; ; -
.. Star Brand Fertilizers
MURIATE OF POT&aai'GVARANTEBDAlfALTSI8. ;
RXTJCRXXCBS:' .0.F..Winton, Mandarin, Fla.: Dr. H.Knight, Bellevlew;Fla.; H.E. .
Wilson.Clermont Fla.; M.P.Godfrey Mlnneola, Fla. Comprising .
Address.all correspondence to WILLIAMS dc CLARK FERTILIZER ,Aa"1..t Gsu' Orange
KAIN1T Era
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FERTILIZER ,
These Fertilizers have no superior In the market and a trial will convince.-
r r pox w& W MLlrDa7Vix

t a |BUYNOW. '-; .' : ) ) Caws' tcrrnl ifi sLv1aA17/1p MM maod cwaff I CURE 'FITS [ '

SPECIAL dwr usq erns !! jESWLYI.OO1IIG --
YOU [SUMMED,.. : 'SALE 7Nl Y laMHN "When I sal care I do not mean merely( to stop them
'o1JULSVIK tars time and then bAT them retom aplD.! I meansradial
SINN(YNt.# care. I haft made the disease of FITS EPILEPSY tHllDRlI
5OO : or FALLING SICKNESS a lile-lon*itndy. 1
X415 N1 11,
WAMr to cure the worst cuee. BecanM
warrant ID1 remed7 object to SPASMS are most likely troubled wMhWCl
FINE ORGANS at Way BLS Ql3.Lall others haTe failed if DO reason for DOt now tecelriDa a i If 9 Tb.*>***reined for this U the eetebratod
Down Prices-to close.Duty : .. 81ItiJ7Td eon. Send st ooee for a treaties aDd*Free BoUIe ai nyHHO.B.A.FAHHESTOCK'SVERMlFUQe.
2Vrnu-t3 to|5 monthly l x my mfamble remedy. Gift Ezprea and Foci Officer 'Been N 1eal'l...In U1W'aDd never alia.( Otoerreparnbo*
tartltbttl. 4.M./.v.H rt w..MRfvytill taIM l/
', -or 818 Cash,balanct toJfatt. nab Jroi At 7hf ..u7r7M3A0 H. G. ROOT M. C.. 183 Pea.r18t.t N. Y>
ORGAN No Interest. : --- AHSY PILLS
GREAT BARGAIN .
M set be sold. Can't bold. SELFRESTORERCO 8.iu7.bto M VK Ir Ajr y
$ Write for Bargain Skeet. 3Hf L THE I Lw .a......c...t .IIa.e Pa;

LUDDEN BATES, C" C* toevery manyoungmiddle-aged, SALE One second hand Washington
SAVANNAH, GA I rf ILEL and old;poetise paid* AddrecsDrlLi Hand Press for sale cheap at this office.
>uJtont,881 Cohimbiui Ave..Bostoa.UMS> Write for particular



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t I 1 ,BloQd' ,and Bone, Chicago Bone Meal, .. ., :.' i*

',' :' '/ :Pare: Fine*:Ground- : -D ark: ; and ,Bright Cotton: Seed. .Meal,

.: I A Tnrrm.1 Bone and Potash Tobacco Stems, .t. f

Blood, Bone and Potash, Canada Hardwood Ashes, -, "

,. 4 .:', Pulverized Animal Bone, Sulphate of Potash, '&c. ;

:: '. J, ,;: .., '.: Fruit. and: Vine;, :J3earl.n.IlO': Tree..
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rai1ge: Tree Food, "'Yo ung ..

-V-ege-ta an.d :Potato -rowor..

--'i GKEO. :EL WILSON, 50 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla

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'' is very far advanced upon the roots of the tree and beyond the reach of human aid, it ,can be depended

-. upon to' remove, the'disease( ;'heal, the scars, force new growth'and' upon bearing trees cause full -developmerit -


i{ ** ,I of the fruit: ;.

.. I -* : For further information,. ,testimonials and prices, apply to '

'r ... ,"' '- C., L. MONTAGUE & CO., Savannah, Ga.., General. Agents; or tot.* .
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PRICE LIST OF WHISKEY.
:.. Parker._._..__.................f-7fl J.-ft..tla Bye.____.'_'s.0o
.. Orange Valley___...........' 2.OO TirgiBla Glade_____=.,4.OO
Spring Valley__..MN..N.f. Z.fiO I OliTlIourbon-__._,,,._ fi.OO
North Caro faa Cora.___,, 2 5O Kentucky Bear
1. tEl' VI' Clifton OIub. ,........-___.____ 'Old Baker__Nark..00____ b,00
Montrose Telret. ..."!.. -.._......._.....if Jigs extras 1 gallon 25c., 3 gallon 50&, 3 gallon 75c. Remit by post oboe
... money order, check or registered letter. We cannot ship C. 0. D.to dry towns
f A complete, price list of Groceries, and Wine list, sent tree on application.

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ARE CONCEDED TO' BE THE MOST COMPLETE-,,MANURE FOR 'ORANGE' TREES.
They produce a strong:growth of wood and a large yield of the best quality fruit. Mr.P.C.Duft'um. PIANOS.: xaj S
i at Stanton,Fla.,says: ','X am cultivating nearly 300 acres of orange and lemon trees and a nursery,
S the largest in the State,and I have experimented with'and tested all the high-grade fertilizers .
oSered for sale in the State and I find yours more satisfactory than any others I have.used." Send UNEQUALLED IN !
' for oar beautifully illustrated pamphlet. 'd Tell Touch 5 ( W : f

BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO.,; 27 7,Kilby St, Boston {l AU(3USTAeaA.: .s .Baltimore' ,, ,22,'Workmanship and 24 Eaat Baltimore Durability Street-. ,. .#.:; .
New::York. 148 Fifth Are
Washington, 817 Market S ;;;
GREAT' OFFER VtJ'r: YSO 1 I ,UPRIGHT PIANOS.,, Space. ,.(' T
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PondOrgans FINEST. FACTORY any variety tetrd at tbWkgnca'tl s .}..
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IN UNITED ST.\.TES.j
,- at Genera,N.T. Color'
$35. Always ready for QUICK gntatob white pulp :
Oa trial tabcfoi Pianos and Organs Direct to Your Homes. tender, iwret The only and rape,d&8elouL o1J :

;ro1lrhome* Prom RBV.JAS.M.POTTS D.D. editor of Michigan that ranks first both m I V1 gGONSUMPTIOL
earliness and
qoallty. x
DetroitMick. "
paint lor. Christian Advocate, : To say that Each Tine sealed witty
we are delighted,with the Piano does not'' express our mrtstered trademark
AddltM
the fact.. We are Jubilant. If.an TOUT instruments .' label. Send rot* -
", r.i8o-D Plmno*s A Organs are as fine in appearance and as pleasing in tone as .MCuaan KtritiK turturr Information. Agents wanted ,
'T.t PA: 'fitdna fiTSTUKX: HOYT a EONS,New Canaan, 8i. P PI
VER FALLS, this,one,'your patrons will rise by the hundred. .
'- Prom PROF.%'H.:PECK.Talhermoso Springs,:Ala.: "We could not be pleased better withthefeasiBg hap pdsWre tmedy tat the. abort MMf W lie
ortone: ;quick in response melodious..,In snort vre-are highly pleased with the organ." -..cr"C8UI."mTltCDUJWNIT..ltTo YEAS11rj a of of the verikiMM4Ciaec II
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Prom B.D.GR1GGS,Adairsville Ga.:'"I am well pleased with the organ in Cftt7.re&pe .It is > QM Indeed
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bare beG so siiaagitasyB
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alt skim IUO be. .
you .. nt attaee at Yuia's. "
From Y. M,,'orrnaau4 dice...M asyni'
one who bas seen it is much pleased with the instrument and the price on theme"From ; U41e1epap111su .. _. a
BEN.P.STRSLE very Prescot, Ark.: family is well pleased every respect with the .... "" "".CIIIO" ON4.t ....t.Buf.... ..,w. Ie.RI ten who +send a.to*>IaVtsMaM P.0.r. .ad+....
GI'IfUI. How you sell them so cheap is a wonder.' ..... IlLII S&HUT"rLstt..,KKjrF A. Slocflm* M. C., 181 reerl Be, !(. T, ;

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