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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00205
 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: November 5, 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 )
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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: UF00055765:00205
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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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S j 'AVD OCHAW>-Foot-rot Does'AttaekSour Stocks;Foot-rot Attacking Sour Stock. 831 ;nand /tMPIt
Orer-ProdncMon of Fruit;The Pineapple Industry;"..ADI.Port In a Storm; Boxes to Handle '
FLORIDA> FRUIT EXCHJ Oranges In:Potash la the Fkttwood?Management of Late Pears; 899 ;..tIIe :on:Pear tree I jM&
Florid Oranges In fee,West Kola Nat or Bittjr Wash for Trees Crossjsrtlllxatlon. : Citrus *
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57 CHATHAM, sr., ,,>BOSTON.Prte .' l-i Afcimt jam CDB-HeWotu or Southern White Clorer.Reply to Major Campbell; North: Pear'Culture: ; together..* -
'. r b'ra Potatoes In a 8caUerA Climate;Electricity for Farming i '. .' 4Lin
CfttetegsM of weekly ii.lea;lei : -A Ii lorida Sheep Parma' ; '. .. .194 > DeecriptiTe and Friee.. IJs
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k ..W.BIT ?.Ba3A; >iERT l.S rtosuNoteaImportant TransactloajEvidences of Prosperity Our Book Table .. 'M '
ft. IBM oranges JD Wasm ton; .__ >. .' > .. .- ; ;' -. s19 lFor.Ylurldrloduee : PATENT GRAZING. p

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; TLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE .How.'Js&e. Honey to Come;Eyery Man His Own -Treasary; .- i&1.... '. ... '. ,MORBMBN& C8. .
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.' Ill fy gkHfji Caarib i! hare taken' charge of the bas&esabet. *. . ,
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SOUTHERN PRODUCE : SPECIALTY 1 I John L. ((the, earliest)," $5 per bushel ;- Alaska, (true stock), '$qz5: per bushel; 91! :.; !' '. : "

Omnfe ,LMOOQS; Pineapples A ,and all other .First of All and 'J Philadelphia Extra Early; .$3.75 .per bushel l;: Bliss. Everbearing,- ..w...-.. "',. ';'.'_" ,:..-,-,,:.'... .

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4 BtonoitB! aad market reports famished freer .pO.,, ..... ,.

fUCerenoe: Bmd eets; and eetabltetxedCfterehanta ,Send for our page catalogue.. '. .: :
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YV.- bing Machine on earth. Simple amstractwaand r+ :::3
.4 operation. Will pull a lo-inch tree or r THE EARLIEST AND BEST' GRAPE .IN ,FLORIDA,. ",
,; stamp with'one hrtp in 2 to 4 minutes' time. { .
Will do the work of to men. With proper care.it Being:fully two weeks in advance: of Niagara.. 1' ..
c win last a life time. We haft a safety lock, a r ,
.t*:e-up on theupool that saves wearing the rope State Agent for the Diamond White: Grape Company, And Building j Material.It !;.} ;
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E to all other machines of this class." We Ew JDUBOIS:) Tallahassee, Fla f'0, ,%
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guarantee satisfaction ,to oor patrons. Price of ,
machine complete: P. O.$.'can Siffourhey, Iowa; Also full stock: of'NIAOA&AS: DstJivrAXB.,ITBS,,CT TBIAITA, NOJLTOW CHASSBZJLS,BLACK HAXjnno : { t '
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Ills aad $ Agents wanted. 'Territory, :.sale. and all other leading,and_new varjgtfes of Grapevines!:native and foreign.. :.

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IOWA GRUBBER CO., '
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: \ '" SPEciAL OFFBR.-We will send the following,.plants, cone alike,.adapted. to Florida, free'by .;TACXSOHTiiiRFLA. ., : -.
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ORANGE .
EAILY" I
Ie::Ten sorts tropical fruit plants rare $2. .- I :
IL Ten sorts hardy fruit piUlsnrett\.t'efc\ ",Ji.jo. -
.Is not only tbe 'earlfff"but" the beet oraoge I III. Fiv !'alnaMe economic plants,$r.: r':.; ,. ?,t-,"', ..' ,-.-..f} < -. IRRIGTING ; Z Zg ;
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;.,: ;:-' FOR RUST' MITE{! USE ONE\ ,QUART TO FIFTY GALLONS OF WATER.) 'When; used at t this'strength !the ,trees should be

.. for the Rust t Mite twIce a month through the season. Where labor constitutes the pnncipalitem of expense in spraying trees It is better

fF ; ;and cheaper_to; use the' I.Insecticide'ait t, full strength! viz.: One gallon of solution to 50 gallons \yater.as the mmes! From the,. !Insecti7 -

dde, will till the Rust t:Mite even if the solution. should not happen to touch them. In) using: the Insecticide at this strength it will save

:"*i_ee or'four sprayings s',through the season! thereby reducing i the cost from pne-third 'to one-half.. This is an Advantage: Possesseder b1
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FOR RED 'SPJDER. and{ SCALE use one 'gallon.,'to.fifty gallons of water. General directions for using sent on application:.",.

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

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: :. .., L Jacksonville,Gainesville,Bainbridge, Hirer Junction and Savannah Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,PalladelpfelaBo,*otea and New
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r, .. dally fast frelfat'aervtee: all points West via Albany,Jesup, Bainbrldge and Double dally fast freight service from all points North and West via Ally Bain w...
w tor. Jesup and Savannah to all points! .In Florida; fast freight trains both via ,Qainesvllle,Jaeieonville ;
Daily fast freight- all ''rail.connection .via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern,Interior ,Callahan and Live Oak. '
a 4 Coast points; Including,Ne-,YOrk,Boston, Philadelphia,Baltimore! ,"'Washington and, Four ships a week by the fleet' steamships of the Ocean Steamship! .Company, l l aghot
New York(New Pier 36,North) Hirer,) direct for Savannah Monday,We """" ,.PrWayu4;
liar e onneetiOBa. a week for New York via OceaalBteasaahlp. CompanyteavIDe Savannah Saturday. -
Mofidays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Boston and Savannah Company's steamers will leave Bosloa 4,1L
Two connections week for BAltimore,via Merchants' and Miners Transportation Com 18 and 25 for Savannah direct, making connection on the dock at SavaaBfcb. wits fturt
.. paay,1eavtngavannah. every Wednesday and Saturday. freight trains for all points In Florida.. '
$ Conneetions for Boston via Boston.and Savannah Steamship! Company. ,leaving Savannah From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Philadelphia May .1, M jund' 0.
t.' : smn 4, 11. 18 and 26. every five days from regular sailing day via New York to Savannah.,
.h '' Cotineotions. for Philadelphia.. every ten days"via Ocean Bteoauhlp. Oomp. DJ"leaTblr. From Baltimore via Merchants 'and Miners Transportation Ue.,_every'Taesdar .alai
t,. .savannah June 4,14 aDd 2(.: Friday, making close connection with 8.,F.A W.By.for all point }Florida"
Bailing days for Steamships are subject obftfige. : wltboet notice,: ;

.The_Florida Dispatea line Is the'qutekestjand! best freight route from all points North,East andJWest! Florida.. For full particulars,rates,stencils and."" reeelpis: apply I*
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( .:,1. B.VBN8,,Trafflc Mnnngf,Savaafiah" ,Qa F.B.PAPY Rest.Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga.Jacksonville. ." W.K.'D VID ON. Gen TraAgead, Jaeksonvtke,FI*.
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.O0YEAR].' JACKSONVILLE.'NOVEMBER 5.,,1891. [$2.00 PER YEAR ,j.
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NOTICE.r ance.upon any,of,the so-called, "sure How it originated, the causes,that in. well "all by itself." I have had they.. -
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; Attgost attention its,habit oTlying dormantfor ,whether it is contagious, or the cure or by cutting out every particle of the ..
,tke; ugly press in Jacksonville ,months and even years and then ''eradication of it are all positively bark as far as the disease had extended,
Ittei to print our'paper., We are appearing.., My position all alonghas I known to us, yet nearly everyone has and apply to the wound a strong solution 'It-
obliged to print four pages' at, a been.'that of a searcher after: light, andas his theory, and may assert ,that they of carbolic acid, say a pint of .;. .. 'i\\
time. This 'makes',slow'work.amdyexatloug L a means to the'end sought, have have found a cure' or preventive for crude acid ,to a gallon of water. .,.,'. .
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l\rc askour given the results of my own experiments it. It may not be uninteresting to Where the tree is badly affected, I set -
delay. ,' based largely upon the sugges. some of your readers to relate my a bitter-sweet nursery tree near its base ":
friends to be patient until" our tions of others, and, where good, re- experience with it, and whilst, I knowno .and' in-graft it to the affected tree, .
new' I trial by'others. do think that I know something,aboutit. ceases, and the wounds are eventually I'
The' and of the healed. saved -t '
exposure washing I have some of my.
rr01le ,and Orrell alrd.a roots, 'in my case, has proven a remedy When I first 'began the.growing of finest trees in this, way. .
so far as:I can. .judge .it from the 'citrus trees in this county (Hernando) Now, about Mr. Manville's ques '
Foot-rot Does Attack Sour.Stocks, standpoint of my present experience.Mr. in 1867,. there was no such thing tion as to the sour stock. I have had
Editor:'Farmer and Fruit(Grower:. -' Bivens, of St. Augustine, made\ a known as foot-rot, and if it then 'a sour tree at my door killed by the,
As,my*FARMER'AND FRUIT-GROWER; report of.success with this treatment, existed it was wholly unnoticed. The genuine foot-rot. I have three sour '
is probably being sent to my '!late and the use of sulphurous acid and year 1878 was a very :wet one, for it stocks, in my 'yard, grafted with the w
Northern address I have failed tOmake, flour'of:sulphur, several years ago' It rained almost continually during 'the sweet, orange.about. five feet above the .
:connection with it for'a few 'weeks was his report that caused me' to treat | entire year. Our lakes and ponds ground; two of them"have had foot-rot, ;.
back', but am in hopes soon to. see its my'' trees as I did. A report from overflowed; the woods were, so boggy and I cut it out of.one of them about ": .. i
familiar,face again asa: regular,visitor him at this later date ''would be inter-.; that a horse could hardly pass through ten days ago. Upon the very "top of ;
through a.. second request, 'that. ,its esting. Whether, the exposure of the I them, springs formed on top of Brooks. Brooksville hill Mrs. Howell thirty 4
address be changed, sent ''to. the pub roots, is a remedy' to be' ,relied upon vine hill, and ,every spot of earth years ago planted goodly number of ,
lisher. While: at .neighbor's house for the eradication of the;'disease from seemed ,to be saturated with water. sour trees. A considerable number of '
,yesterday I ran across a'copycontainy:; j jing the State is, I think, doubtful, and When the sap.began to flow in the these' have died with foot rot; others ...
Mr,* Manville's question regard causes me to again urge the, continuance citrus trees the following ((1879)) spring; have had and recovered from it, and ..' ... ..
.to:foot rot on the:sour ,orange;:stock. of careful and intelligent experimentation ,it was noticed that ,in many trees ,it still others are yet standing i unaffected .c
I am sorry to know' that his fine* old in ,all promising directions; exuded from the bark,at or near the byit. ,
trees are suffering so seriously from'the ;and would recommend that along ground, but no one paid any attentionto Yes, Mr. Manville, the foot-rot does
4 disease, but have little doubt. butahat the line;of i inarching sour seedlings, it. This was really the;commence attack the sour orange tree in this :-
$ the fact will be of profit to the State having the sanction of foreign growers ment of the foot'rot: in this county as county, and will kill it too. It may F
F through ,its urging close attentioa.tothe 'and! probably ;as promising as any, for, nearly as we. can ascertain. On my not be affected-as easily as the sweet, -_ ,
disease upon' his;active brain., notwithstanding the facts stated above,. ownplace I had built a..school house, but it is,not rot-proof by any means.' .
Replying to his ,question I-regret:to there is no question but that,the sour' and three orange trees stood where'the The fopt-rotf, has killed for me the
have to say"that I have '"seen what'.I tree is more' resistant ,to the disease water'' from the roof landed at their lemon lime, grape-fruit (pomelo), _
know to'be, foot-rot on what:know to thanthe; sweet, and the. more .so'we base., All .of these trees took, foot-rot i tamarind, loquat, sour orange and
be,sour orange roots,"and if Mr.;Man find jt. :sthe1_ ''greater our chance build- and died, and, in every instance where 'sweet orange, and I know of no kind '
yille'will come:to :myiplace: I will Undertake ing up faster than the disease'can teardown the water from, the ,roof of any houseon of the citrus,, family,; in this locality, '.
to ,make',him: just .as sure;; :of and.of finally overcoming it. ,my place fell at the root of the tree, r exempt from !it ''but the bittersweet '. a
that fact as he' ever was that:he, had We) 'know, that 'where' a ,naturally just so certain did that treedie-ofJQot.- I orange, and'this I believe. be abso;
.the ,toothache 'afterbeing'kept ,awake strong specimen 'of humanity 'has, rot. /Then I had eight ,trees planted lately'proof 'against'''it. I have never _
r all'Bight'by the,vigorous kicking:of an' through -carelessness l or unfavorable in a row, around the bases of which :the known or, heard of one having it, and
aldbi-cuspid or molar environments, contracted l lung disease, .water from my horse lot flowed, and from my experience I don't believe it .' ',
l'am ,incautious enough;tosay that care.or'change' of condition has often all were killed by foot-rot. I took up cantake; the :disease. have three .
Ida; the toothache.:when .I,;..have;it oyercome'it'aad the party been saved the;old trees and put others,there, but old ;trees standing my horse and'
' (which, thank, goodness. is'seldom). to.enjoy a happy and useful l" l life to a these.all died with ,the same'-disease. cow lot.;,.I used them for posts to whichto
Iaaj, just'as sure that.I, 'know a marked ripe ,old age even ,with but"one :lung ,From'these facts.I attributed the disease -' 'nail my fence;have nailed up boxes -, >
:case of foot-rot on' ,a tree arid', .a sour'- in working order; whie! those with to too ,much water at. the base'of to,them out of'which my horses feed, -
oraige.leat less powerof resistance succumb to the'tree. and; ;have .hung; up gates on them ;
I have.lately gone-over all my:trees the first attack of disease''and .at"an Then; too, ,in the grove where the The stuff from the yard and stables, .i.x i
that 'have suffered; from foot-rot_ of early' age dropout of their, field of limbs were low enough to exclude the has killed: ery other citrus tree..near
which. I,have repeatedly,spoken,. and earthly usefulness., sun from the base foot-rot set in., In them' but the 'foot:rot has never.
written; and I, found' that; in,avery I would.like to hear farther about many instances the roots of my oldest touched them. I now use the stock .
few where the, dirt '.worked Mr., A Bradie's potash remedy! ,.for trees. cover the top of the'ground, But (and will trust to none'other) entirely
back; 'around the ,roots ,,of;the trees .blight. Has, any ,of: the, readers, of the rot attacks them all the"same. In in propagating' my hybrid ,and osier ,
formerly treated, there xis, a, slight the FARMER AND TRUIT-GROWER had a row: of twenty trees, :in,the same,:soil kinds:of the'citrus tribes, and feel certain If .f,
showffig utn. None of these areS success with ,it? W. S., HART. under the, same treatment and all i, .'that: 'foot-rot.:will never show itself '1t .
,I., seriously affected, ,.,however: except in Hawk's: 'Park.Footrot' other conditions the same, 'perhaps I among them. 4 '-. ;
'R use cue where the tree" nthei' "* .-H two, may take the rot, and the others would further add that as far as ray
bottom :of quite a, ,depretstoa iL in the Attacking Sour Stools.ditor.I remain,'unaffected., In a nursery one knowledge'in this county extends, nokind
t surface'and the cavity,under the;tree +armaand Frnk-Grower, ; may take the rot, and others even :of soil and no location'seems to .
was quite filled up, and, fi1f.ei..Wl; ;In your i issue of the'Sth'.ulL: >Ir. A, touching this will hot have it. Now,. be exempt from this disease.T. .." ,,
::, :"bois roots that had.put out(joss the ,:H-ManyiHe" ''wants to know, i if any>, of of the cause or wherefore of these S. COOCLER.Brookirftle .
( IaraerJ 1 laterals, your: ::readers: have ,"seen what'he facts I must plead :ignorance, ,and ,'P1a.I .
;: f 'wish it 'understood that: ::1 ,havesever ,: knows.to be:footroton a sourstock": await the discoveryof some one morelearned
\ i.teBdedtO claim havcfotinda : Iansweiyes, emphatically' ; yes. Now, -in the science. SUPPLIES, =* *a r.*.a.*. ',"
c;- "2 a swe'cure i'athM; disease, b tpatbeooabky ;: ,this whole" subject of foot-ro't. as' Then again, a tree, will:be affected I"WELL bey. ......IIa".E.... ...... .
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,.;; Over-ProductlOB' ot.:Fruit. The small quantity' now producedcomes t Boxes, to Handle Oranges In. t Potash in the'Flatwoods.:

\ JAi6Or.itimMfG. 'f .from China, :where it is roughly Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:,' Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:

:.: ;' Esedplease'fiadiny; : cheque'for expensively preposed for want of As it is getting time 'to gather The' article of :Mr. James :Mott in
' .. J// renewal of I find amachinesufficiently delicate to extract the FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER
"? : paper., \ many good oranges I will describe,a good and easy of
;-i, ;, ri" and'..u.eful. ,articles- 'in'...it. ,and, :should" ihe'.t tender: fibre: 'without injury., way to handle: .the fruIt. Last ,year.I. the 8th ult" seems to my experience to
'. ; '., not,.Eke tb>> fe without ,the DISPATCH:; The'proposed mode would' seem ,to went to ,the mill, and had material got have struck, the right note. Watch s
-- Sometimes 'I, think of our meet this difficultyand, ,all .strain ,or out.for these..boxes that I am going to your citrus'trees and give them fertilizer
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friends get too enthtii MsHti{and' play ,friction avoided, and the. result_,of tell'you about I had the heads'made as they showhey assimilate it ,
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,. too Wgh.. '-could,cover a Whole l page' pending inquiries :is looked for with 12x8, one inch thick, dressed.on both :Here, on 'our; flatwoods, with water
:: ; of the ,paper on. ''the,peach. stiOI great i1terest.! The immediate Affect; : sides.. One inch down from the top two and a half feet deep, they suffer
4-.1. ", --.I have. had' 'a," ,pretty'big:'experience,. of successful experiment would be to I' had .hand' holds cut. by puttingsix from drouth,: but when they had a

,.:'".:'..:'. buCwe"didn't 'get,t'o.ff, with]l the money; turn a wasted product into an article small saws on the mandrel, whichcut supply of potash, they did not' even
the other' fellow; got': that;the .express of.much value, adding :substantiallyto out a place to put the hand in 'to curl a 'leaf.. :I took trees here and
..' and transportation,:'companies., The the, returns,'of pine-apple 'cultivation carry the box. Next, for the,bottom there, and the,effect was very marked. 4*!

a...' matter::is settled in: my mind!! ;:we .can i and this process may be appliedto of the box, I had boards wed and I hope the fine ground Florida phosphate -

.' .{ only-ship peaches.by, through fast express -- the growing crop. It isunderstood, planed two eighths.thick and five.inches will 'be tried by well known $
," : -NoWj 'will"they! :;continue,, 'to' that 1 the same solution may be ,used wide. For the sides of the box, same growers. I see your paper and would

:-- take: .all until, we have'to; ''dig} all our many times, and, if present 1 hopes,are thicknessthree, inches wide.. Bottom not| like to, miss a copy We hope )

:: ='- trees up? Over 1,000 of, ours:were. realized; ,the petroleum will be ad. and sides'sawed just the length of the here to have,more settlers and to have .
dugup this.summer;; the balance, over mitted.free of duty now ,imposedH.and orange box. lemons, limes, guavas and pineapples
2,000 .DJ.ore, will go next .yearjf we C. :Mail. covering all our now vacant lands j.
I To make these boxes I the
; ", connot get more,out of their. ipI use regular soon. Vegetables do well with proper y:I(
:, Now: I'see.some :writers ,assaying. "Any*Port in a Storm" orange box machine, which holds both fertilizer. No land,will do well without 1/
"If, ;,,, we can't overstock, ,the" market\ ;;with Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: heads very tight. First, put on the 'it. FRANCIS K. -ADAMS. J.I/
bottom boards nail the boards in
,good. grapes.. Why,: notr Ih 1865 ,I .All right, Mr. "Happy.Go-Lucky.". half inch from,the side, use two boardsfor one Punta Gorda. \
,. planted a vineyard in Delaware; we of Late
t Anything for a change; "revolutionsnever -the side nail top boards flush with Management Pears.
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got 25 .to 30,cents,per' pound '.two or. go backward;" 'a step'means a top of box. ,-* By doing this'it gives air The.quality of late pears depends on 'I'
1 three years, then,they began to drop ahead. Information is their aft
.' step generally spaces'"for'the fruit Take ''this box to management they are pickedas
in:price very: fast ndJ in a very few worth what it costs: I neither much as point in their .cultivation
'. am_ ,.. afossil the grove and do not fill it'' full. When any "
..' years were, bringing only 3 to :5 cents. nor a _fogy. I .will h join your filled the boxes can be loaded one' on previously. The Kieffer may be

'. ,Supply and demand'zegtitates'': all organization if you go to.work and get top of another and tiered up in the cited as an example. Hardly a finer
these ,things. I know. some: :parties it started. We must have some kind house pear could imagined than this as
packing as high as a man can {
that .have. invested, their all\ in grape of ,system and order in our business or, reach and the'air will circulate throughthe grown' and ripened by the late Peter
.culture.' I think it's a mistake :to- we :are 'Ielt." If we don't sell our entire lot. Kieffer, 'or as we' have tasted specimens i-
:, over-rate any crop. Another._'thing, fruit in the grove we must ship it grown and ripened by another
grapes ought to be i planted:;: .i in large' through .the Fruit Exchange or' we When. ready to size the boxes can skillful pear manipulator in New Jer-

<: quantities the-birds will take_good must send\ it to Jacksonville, and;put be taken.to the, sizer handily, as.they,are sey. Yet Kieffer pears are often
share: of them 'and spoil more not heavy to handle. When the orange
: ,many it under' the hammer of the Home spoken of as "worse'than turnips" in
.I should. .have' said a number,of parties Auction. You season is over they can. be tiered upin: flavor. Other late do not show
argue your plan, very pears;
z' '. :ought to plant near together so, as to the packing house out of.the way and
: well and in theevent that you do not this influence 'Q( management and
", share'the loss and."help,keep;them off. will last for years.
> get up your crowd I would remind keeping quite so pronounced a degree -
-: One of the most i importantpoitits; in Brother Mott wishes to know how
: you that the Florida l ,Fruit Exchange's ; but all to some 'extent. Leave
grape culture. is how; to trinVand, how charter ample for carrying'out.your long,after trimming nursery stock it the''fruit-on the trees as late' in the
I fertilize to have healthy vines,and- ,, plan; or my plan or that of anyone will) do to work. Right away:i if it;is year as possible._ An occasional' light

I ., .abundant fruit.' "A. H.- 'CAREY. else. It is governed by.the votes of in good condition. He says he. can frost would not hurt them, still they
)- Winter Park.. the: stockholders and the business not see why his word, is doubted., should not be exposed to a freeze.

..Ii ':. -4- ideas of the directors, etc. We can Don't,you know some foolish, peddlers Handle them'very carefully when pick
/. The, Pine-Apple ,
/ ', Industry cheated some' oor> farmerS and now .
; take stock, ,become voters and rule ing, and:avoid bruising and abrasionsof
; There are less.profitable:industries and,shape the policy,of the Exchange. the entire class of tree peddlers are the skin, for here is where decaysets
than the cultivation: of pineapples., I.[, have always urged this' 'support of pronounced sharpers. But I think in very speedily after the pears

;' t. ..t' T 1>ine- ppe! crop in the. :Bahamas Exchange because,.it was ,already they: ,are mostly gentlemen, and we have come to maturity. The tendencyof
i '\ last year: realized "49,795, -as .com') organized' and well known; and I should not have the fine. orchards- we winter pears to'.dryland shrivel up

pared with 25,558 in; ,1889. 'Of thought; easier to1\;run it .aftex"any: now have in' the North, if it had, not can be, _counteracted easily by 'wrap-
'- canned pineapples, 'there' 'were c 'ex- plan we saw-,fit than, .'to';get up something been ,for them_ soliciting Borders,and ping them in'tissue paper, thus keep

\. '; ported,789 cases,:valued at:.l' ,.I26,. new. working- hard to show the'profits.dcrived ing:out4 the'air:aad preventing evapor-

>:.<< and in' 1889 'the export: '!1aI.6. 3 It is no trouble at all l for capitalists 1 from,a small outlay. Just-think ation.. Keep in:'a cool place, and, in
cases, 'with a value.of 4,500.. The. what apples are bringing here inFlorida Af '
: to get up a combine, or:, organization, : as even,.a temperature possible. -
: 'Governor, of .the:Bahamas,says steady but'the beasts :(long-eared "people") i fifty ,cents a' peck for poor ter picking'they'maybe put in ,boxesor
continues in scabs that a'pig in the North would
be made fibre .
progress to .i who dig out this wealth have,not time crates and left in a shed or cool
."f cultivation, withincreasing.faithin its from making a dollar to save:two, look, at with. scorn.* Brother ,Mott, outbuilding until there is danger from t
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-'!') value,and permanence. The importance lets go North and go into the apple : Then when
freezing thoroughlycool
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.dsp they go, as.. were: .bv? ,
_. of pineapple leaf ,fibre, ,is fast into the coffers of the avaricious. I business; itwill.pay. wrap in tissue paper, carefully
: developing.. Professor ;Edison, 'has don't like the ',present policy: of' the And there is ,Brother Perkins writ pack in boxes or Similar receptacles

'; ,n directed his attention,to .the.matter.'of Exchange, and shall endeavor: ,to'sell ing that Washington is the place to' and store in a cool cellar, or'still better
,.. deG rtication and. ,11e:;. hopes i has 'my fruit this season after my own send 'Florida fruits. He would have i in.a storage room, such as used by

:; 'found an' effective' 'method. which i deas. Or I ,will ship through your a hard time to, make a [neighbor of Ellwanger'& Barry, of Rochester, N.
,;)z .". avoids:waste. The l ,treatment;Js')by a company. 'I think the way to sell mine think so, for last summer; he sent Y.-, for, the keeping{ of their fine Anjou -

".. ', ," ,solution of crude petroleum,'.:and: .the fruit: or anything else is to,,put.it under two,large crates of the finest Niagara pears: This storage room .is .the-
;.... Government of the.Bahamas are-now the nose of'the consumer. They: wayo grapes, all packed in spring baskets, basement of a barn, with hay' above
:.; ,:- '>in'communication. with the,:professor:, secure fast time and cheap rates 'iso put .up in the best order and shippedby and straw filling between the double ;r

: .kt : -. .If, the results_meet: our, :;requirements,. load cars and trains. ''The next express, and his returns were abouta walls all around,. sec\tring..an even

!:',.: a most! important, end:will be attained! ,, thing, is to: distribute the fruit, and dollar' for the entire,lot This man temperature and an exemption from .J
:: ',, ,.' which will have the further"advantage lastly 1 sell it at private sale. is'a practical vineyardist and has the frost. ,Whenever it is desired to ripen, < ;: -"of enabling. small cultivators! to;..dress'their Now go ahead, but drop, that'HappyGoLucky" finest'vineyard I have_seen anywhere.He the fruit and fit it for use, all that is -:
'7:" ...- own leaves instead .of being cognomen, :and ''learned his, business in' Europe; needed is-to expose it for a while to ahigherltemperature. r': ''

'>- : ," compelled to sell ,them.at. a. loss'to a 5 ce.'y.olf are sure you are right, get'a :and goes at it with system; no imperfect The warmer the !
: : neighboring planter who.is able berries fruit', is of the il
business :moye on you, and organize are. packed. ; kept, 'course, quicker
...;..-: .':' ;to.procure.a. machine. The process your company. Any plan beats no R. L. McdoLLEY.Sorreato it will ripen;' -The storage room should .

.. ; being enterpVised,Professor.Edison plan.. You will Bet a part of the crop Fla.. yOne not be too moist or a< the. .
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:: swallow make result.--Popular .
to' handlea d;will succeed in proportion : > does not a sum. sure ;
-!' ; .' terests_ -i in the J to the:merits,. oCyout': plan! and mer, and one dishonest merchantdoes I "
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fibre the honor. and honesty of yourcorpsKeep not condemn Washington. ''Tiebest ': children who want fc. HBROW&lH03f -.., i
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.:.It "; ,'. Florida'- (, ,Oranges.in. tfee J W st., ='eu}!!' to a nearer market and you.will should be picked out to form a 'seconc curled leaves.. that cannot '''be well ,
-:: ':-- In; 'the.um, er 'pf x8gosandthe; :: be surprised at toe difference in returns. quality washed.

n 1 :r: .; .Rlatac following I was traveling,in the The carefully assorted will net you .Dietetic Yale--The.Kew: : Bulletin The above quantity: will! go over 300

U .,' fi v' .j.: .,NortheatIn Jafcuary at,Des Homes,- more clean, cash than all do.if'carefully for, November, 1890,. and'a' lecture on three-year-old, trees washing from top .,.
: :'; :Iowa,;: I heard the first call of '-'..Floridaoraages" put up, and the '_"culls," itso _"Kola Nut" by, Dr., Neish, ,published! to the'ground. There is no economy .

.,', from:a woman:who came,into marked, will bring nearly full"prices.I by the Institute: Jamaica, enter fully} i in using a weak solution or trusting to

,, the sleeping 1 ,car; To' my question, if The. people,swear when they are deceived into,the question, of its dietetic:value. careless help. It ,must:be. done thor-
: s"she"'was'' sure they were Florida fruit 'more ,than at ,the quality. We Dr. Neish says that the nuts.furnish oughly twice a year, spring and fall.

". ., she showed me the brown side of some have, the best orange in the world., :Leusrtake "a nutrient and stimulant beverage: It kills all insects it touches, and is

: of them and exp1ainedto, us "how,we 'pride in it,and, raise ourselves Rich in the active principle_ of coffee, a good investment! of labor and money.T. .

1' 'j' could always tell' :'andalso"! how still higher in'the,:esteem of the world.J .: containing also a large proportion? of T. EYRE in Ft. Myers Press.

.much better they, :were, than any R. PRESTON' in ,Agriculturist., theobromIne, the active principle .0C .'. .

others." We bought..liberally,her, -*-.-4 cocoa, these nuts, im.addition contain Cross Fertilization in Citrus Fruits.

'. 'as 1 recognized them ,;at once and Kola Nut or Bissy. three -times the percentage 'of .starch The,following is clipped from the ;

,,: : 'assured the other passengers, [telling, _Kola, Nuts or Bissy are the.seeds ofa contained in chocolate; and, moroyer, Country Gentleman's of the
report
-:them lived in Flonda and them. they also contain less fat "that in
grew : tree (.XWa.acuminaia,,R-Br.);twenty. ? so meeting of.the American Pomolog-
/; ..Thereafter found, them :in :_StPaul; to forty feet high, a native of western addition stimulant and nutritive ical Society: '
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: ,Minneapolis and. many other:points tropical Africa. Each fer ile- flower properties, there is the probabilitythat "Rev. Lyman Phelps of Floridawas
and an abundance of themin Chicago five and the a,chocolate prepared from,them
produces as pods
pods, ,very emphatic in his remarks in favor
tad always at reasonable' prices-:r2S contain each from five to twelve seeds, will more readily agree with Delicate I of the, immediate effect of cross-fertili *
to; cents a dozen, or two for five stomachs. What enhancesthe 4lI'
35 a,single flower may yield:fifty-four zation.. He showed ,a number of
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"\ cents.I never but once paid 5, seeds and weighing value of kola-nuts is the fact that
measuriug
; quart, specimens of lemons the outward :appearance ,
cats, and: that was-,a thin::skinned one and one-fourth pounds. caffeine' ,-a medicine now, much employed of which, he alleged was
112 or possible: 128, and I decided then : for the relief of sea-sickness,
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Situation.' herever bananas, nutmegs v, decidedly influenced by 'pollen'from
,- that:for eating those:at 35 or-4o: centsa megrim, and other nervous complaintscan
kola,will flourish. other varieties. The, effect. can
or cocoa grow,
dozen the At be obtained from these
,to readily
were cheapest buy Hot,-damp, situations, 'where the ,annual be noticed not only in the skin, but .;
?tIlch.I 'with the I nuts for the that the nuts
Kakmazoo, met reason conyntarn
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rain fall is'not..less than eighty taste. least of the
l?first of caffeine than coffee'berries ...
more
Lyman ,Phelps' :orangeswith :
suit if 'best. The tree' fruit-of his is
EarItOblon
inches, growsin orange so
;: :his name. and grove, stamped 'upon and in the kola-nut the caffeine is.in
Jamaica: in suitable situations at influenced by surrounding pollen of ;
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elevations 'yarying from :sea-l level' up other sorts that he dare not put them
e One' ., > Bravo of has
wraps. of the most-beautiful reailfruit'stauds'in -I Kingston,
to" f fet but it succeeds ; in with straight ;goods and label them
'.; 3,000 probably; made for
-:; ..Chicago ,Madi kindly experiments the '
'Early Oblong. He to
best feet. never cares
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Director of Public Gardens in the
: oo' street," near Dearborn keptFlorida ,
". a ,fruits, almost' exclusively: ands b//.-A deep, rich i somewhat manufacture of 'a'kola.chocolate, and pay freight charges Chicago on
of'all,kinds clayey soil, will doubtless be most has excellent article. fruits roughened bY'strange pollen.
s Mandarins! Tangerines,. produced an; ,
influence
The. the pollen costs him.
's grapefruit, :persimmons;, etc. and as favorable for production, ,but; ,the Kola,has"been recommended by medical -
: kola is and will endure i on his,place at least $1,500 a year, by
,.z; passed it; daily when: in the city, I tree hardy, men.in nervous complaints has
the the
felt : variations in ,soil as it does i in ,climate. been used with.' deteriorating quality oranges
;* :,i ,: degree of State. pride:in.i;it._ For success as a remedy for he grows. As one of the ,effects of
'f a time;there, was a nice card:hanging ,
.4 '::: .m the window on which :was neatly, tamed by sowing! the seeds .which Bulletin. of the navel on other varieties appearance when
., :written, "The Florida, fruit,,exhibited may be done either in the positions of .- growing the vicinity of the Navel
.. ';,*' Dd sold here K' .supplied i from_ the, the. trees to be permanent, or jn Wash For Trees. ,
,,: ', v. of Rev., nurseries to be The wash for citrus orange.
grove .Lyraan Phelps ,near transplanted. Desiring a perfect ; "Prof. Thomas Meehan j
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.: '"Sftflford.; I may not quote'the exact, latter is ,the better plan. "The:soil o f trees, I have looked up everything on expression to his scepticism.gave this

: : :Awards: ,, but this is, as I recall it., '.the"nursery beds should bea, mixtureof the subject, and tried. several, none respect. Mr. Cutter of California was
: I'" Mn: Phelps 'is doing Florida ,.good'seryke. loam'with peat or decayed leaf mould. doing all that was'claimed for it., not yet satisfied. In a certain
'" I meet with his:fruit with The seeds b at distances f best wash I orange
: ) ,may "sown ,onine My # was incomplete. orchard he has sometimes'observed a
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'.: :.? ,h ;wraps-in_ many;placesand: .it was to twelve inches apart, and saw in your paper an article from Dr. slight development of the navel form, '

':,.,' ',': -'alwayscorrect if;present. ,No orange should,be shaded. Hand tried it and it was not satisfactory yet there'was not a tree of the Navel va. .
; ,steads1' so well in all markets in 'the The seedlings may be transplanted, butI: got an.idea worth several riety within forty miles Some 'varieties .'

ekatids: of train' boys 'as'the:Florida, when they are from;: two to ,three, feet times the ,subscription money paid ; ,according to his observation,
:'a '* Mr. Phelps finay have,-:and';doubtless high. The permanent situation should for the Press. I found that turpentine show developments others '

\:1 'did,rtget; extra returns over average not'be .less-than twenty-fiv feet apart would mix with soap 4o thoroughness, but very many few."Pomologist. ,

: "' -i .stoppers/{'..but it was due"togood: 'fruits I[f the,soil is not very'deep and rich, and that coal oil would mix ,with turpentine H. E. Van Deman

.,. -. wel assorted anlJ( put"up'", and':he deserved holes should be dug three, feet,every' to perfection. I shaved,three called attention to the fact that' not a
iti- / way sometime before planting and five-cent bars of common soap and
of pollen has been in
_: single grain seen. ,
\ ; ; \ The rthwestiif: grand mark'f., only surface ,soil filled in. Shade.forthe boiled it in a gallon of rain water, in a the Washington Navel blossom,
orange
::, '"tltj' of ;Michiganthe-, apple crop plants is necessary; and this is two 'gallon kettle. When the. soap was even under the microscope, while
-, ", 'amounts'to'but little.., They'a :e-great best obtained by growing bananas dissolved, I ,took it away Jrom the other varieties have an abundance of

<; fruit enters,' and dealersiretailatsmall; ; : alternately with the kola. stove, and while' hot stirred in one polle'n. How can the pollenless variety -
-, f":. profits, thus ,encouraging 'the'-habit: Yield...The tree will beguv to bear quart'of spirits of turpentine ($2 per influence the others; and why do

," : : t= They all stand by Florida fruit, and' after five or six rears, and will be-in gallon); agitation cut it up into awhite, not others influence the Navel, by
: ;'. Chicago,can take in and scatter 2000ooo i good bearing in ten years. It should 'Team; poured it into a,large bucket of eradicatingjhe navel, etc?"

J,';, }. boxes,or more. All raliroads"leadto.chicago. : yieldthen about I Ibs..weight of nuts. five gallons and,added three quarts of
> -." A\'dealer I ',In.'St.;Joseph', An acre, would yield from 7,000 to coal oil ((2 'cents' per gallon) and by stir PSIIf

'3 ,'Mo.,-'told me he could'get oranges,via 8,ooo Ibs. The "Chemist and Drug- ring well,made a white thick emulsion you feel weak

.,.,::1:;; .: Chicago,quicker and cheaper',than.via gist"dated isth August,1891, gives the homogeneous throughout, adding and all worn out takeBROWN'S
'./ ,: 'I. st. Louis' When we ;get drains, to,: following<; quotation in its Trade Reports -! water to make six gallons in all. The

/ii: -retch Chicago in,four pr,five days:we :, "On Wednesday isr per lb.I I turpentine. keeps. the oil, ,. .water- and. IRON BITTERS,
-2- ': cash reach ,St.. Joseph,Kansas City was paid. for a box of well dried West soap better and longer'mixed, with -'----

.J-1 ML such points twenty-fourto: thirty- Indian: (Gren '7'1 : : '',six hours later. Itis; a,great' mistake Stephens, British". Consul; Bahia, in It certainly is the best insecticide I New: Treatment for C.
: t ,.tit, to represented at the :Colum- a' communication to the Marquis, of have ever tried, and strong as it is, J 'page tarrb,pamphlet by petroteom., free. fend Agent tap 1'f BW.for 3tf

,,, ; b n exposition even if we are;not, ,Salisbury dated -September, 1890, have never'lost a leaf 'It is too expensive -, HEALTH SUPPLIES CO.,710 .Y.'DEA"FNESS" .
and'sari get 'our Jl11it'/.to thatTmarket, ,; states that nuts arrive In that port fromLagos for spraying-made thus for the
;.' Rw3i, be bought 'and .eaten.,. The, "and each, bean is sold? here brush, and'would have to bediluted.I .

Florida. orange is food, the other or- from 2d. to 3<1., according to fresh. use the, best paint brush- in the ,

: 7:;< .;:: ails ornamental.. TheJamily.where ness." market, a long white bristle, '7-0 ($2)) AND
'.: '; >riived had.them ,every dayon.the: 'Curing.The' seeds should be : I usea large bucket with a wire ITS CAUSES CURE,

,t6Ie.and','wondered ,how they) would thoroughly dried, in the, shade, if possible fastened acroSs one'edge of it''to wipe, Sdentlfleally treated by an'aartoi'of worldwide

j. <; 1** aIong after they:were gone. ;; but ,if" there is dampness"Yin the excess,off the brush. I take onethirdof entirely reputA"Deatnees cured or from 20 to 30 yeai'll'eradicated......and

". :......olt'j....:.+'.. 'Cow'tbe discouraged; growers, but air, the drying; must be done ,in,the a bucketful at a time, warm it.'if the the after dlffleelty all other treatment II reaefeed. have and. the faJtoiLHoW CAM removed '
,: :; ;: ..rent cereioily; ;pert tip neatly, ,so you un. Unless; the seeds are dried pe -' )morning is cool, as it works better.. i fully explained IB'oINeIaN9 wi$ 1 affidavit -

_'.::;:, .' ,' .ityon': do not aJamp:your ectly, they will decay whea exported.All .: Am careful' to wash underside of seat people*and,teetimoaiali mailed free.of cares ftea pfoaal-

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:ft: 1i JIJ{ tf tI I{. :the'plant"under a different. 'name :and 'Cracker succeeded in accumulating,.a. Live '
use it often as a .green ,manure. ;crop. herd of eighty head of cattle, :in two ocIt. :
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MeUlofeue or 'Southern White: : We f do not so :use it. The standing years, with not,a dollar'to.begin with, -_ ..r'.
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; Clover. growth and ,the immense, ,amount of and no other,income than his"wages. A Florida Sheep Farm. .
charmer and Frait-C rower; E.t E.! roots do,the work,of land enrichmentwith One, :who: is a much nearer neighbor The following account of a sheep
t la July I wrote, an. ;article l for' Th us. The heavy foliaged crop 10 our''friend than I am tells me that t farm owned by Mr. E. H. Ronalds,
4 Home and Farm concerning ,a plant"whose draws to earth all the moisture that is little Cracker owned herd of cattle
I l 11 wonderful worth.k just j ,,.*becontj abroad,and is otherwise of great, .ben" seven 'years ago. He also says, the near Tallahassee,we copy and partly
(\ iag'known to'the people, ,of this 'sea efit'to l land as shade always is; and the freeze destroyed ,fifty acres, of his condense from the Tallahasseah: Them
;.- tios,- the prairie region of i Alabama. far-reaching: branch also draws to promising oats. I stand corrected.I in,corral is a novelty, but 'he says .
Q, Siace'the' writing of that article; numbers earth first'the air-food that it needs, was not ,aware that he was visited it is .quite common in California It
of letters'have reached. .me from air:food. that cannot reach the 'earth by'such a freeze last spring. .Glad I round 'feet in diameter
is perfectly 100 -
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all parts of the Union inquiring about without: : intervention of ,some mediate did not.locate there. Now I wish to
-, that plant, .and how ,to sow it',. and agent, which work of mediation say further, I have no ill will_against made of panels each ten feet long
,when to sow it, and,where to purchase thisjclover does. Major Campbell l whateverand I believe and five feet high, locking one; into
the seed,. etc Some of these letters Somuch: for the,work of the' standing him to be a fairly successful farmer, the other, and as each one is locked, .
have been from Florida farmers. ,. .so I crop of white Chilian clover. The but do not.think it justice to our Stateto it, is made to follow the circle already '
... have:fancied that' the best.way to reach plant is biennial, by which we..know create an impression abroad :as it
marked out requires no
so
these:who have written me and others that, i it has but two years of life.. In' roseate as friend Campbell's Farm '
of the Flowery State is to' ,request these,two_. years ,of life and immense Talks would do. He well knows posts except the two for,the'gate,' andit
from the editor of pn'e of her' .most amount of root,is made; this,.root is that it would only lead to dissapoint-- .can'be easily loved_ bn short: notice.
flourishing papers a.little space.to' tell after:.two years left netting the 'earth men I myself have been 'instru- He showed me .hook, which he,says
:what this plant is and what ,I ,know with decaying vegetable matter. What mental in locating sixteen_ families, he would not be without( for with it
,about, it. an amount.ofland-renogation,is there! and everyone understands the draw. he can catch any sheep' directly and
'The plant I write of is Hie melilotusorwhite And iri that second- year the clover backs as well as ''the advantages they without any fuss or disturbing'thejrest.
clover of Chili. The seed will have sown seed for succeedingcrops. have to encounter and everyone' will I also saw' his wool-packing ma. ;
was. brought to this country about become permanent citizens. In a chine, about eight feet,high, haying a
Jtwenty-five or thirty years ago., ,Only Also in that second years! and in future letter I, 'will give the resultsof round hole on the top just thc4sizevof"; d
,. a.small packet of the'.seed. from, South: succeeding year's growth the fields some experiments of mine, which: the circumference of the, sack, }wing
America was.brought.here: and:when' will admit of several cuttings, of hay may'even benefit friend Campbell.B. an iron ring a trifle;: ,larger than the
I write that over the lower part of per year. The hay made from the SUTTON. hole. The sack taken up throughthe :
: this county the,plant is, like..:'' natural plant is the best hay known, 'it is.the: Candler,Fla.Northern 4 ring, and about' four i inches' are
growth, growing here,;there, wherever most nourishing and strengthening and Potatoes in a. 'SouthernO1imate. turned over, ,then the.sack. and,Jhe
,. it is,even carelessly sown 'or shaken I eagerly eaten by horses and cattle. ring are dropped down and the sack
but, it will be .easily seen what,a. vig-: i IHs'the best pasturage for horses andcattleJcnown Potatoes which have gone to sleep hangs suspended and, ready.for,filling.. t-
'Ol"oushardt; growth it'is. To'North: : 'as yet to,the agricultural in a northern climate, not contemplating He.can put 300 pounds.in{ .one. 1
.. ern States' ifh introduced-frpm: world... For,bees.also it is unequalled an :awakening until April or The sheep ,range consists! of 500
Europe under other names;, b'ut.itfie! ; : i pasturage. The honey made from it May following, do not readily arouse ; acres, ,on which, are kept between 300
Northern farmers seem only' partially. is-certainly: :as rich and as beautiful as they are more inclined to rot than and 400 sheep, which are,half Florida:}
to'app.reciateJts'worth.: that which the Hybla bees hoard. sprout, and it will not answer to put natives and half quarter-blood Meri I
The,growth is a beautiful one;; as'] This melilotus honey preserves in. its" them into the ground until they have nos. Two thoro.ugh:bred Shropshireram
well as' a. hardy one.. The, plant; I taste the odor of .the fragrant plant. sprouted. Probably the most successful lambs'' ,have .been purchased,
though .a clover; reaches ,always a' II Now, for the sowing'of the seed of way to sprout them is'to spread and the owner's aim will be .hereafter ,
:height:of three, four: or .six-:, ,feet; this I thisliardy,,beautiful l and useful clover. them upon a dry floor for a few days to breed for. both, wool and mutton. ,
'on .send or ;clay lands; and; sometimes -, The.sowing. should be in quantity of until they are .thoroughly dried off The service was so timed that the ':
a height.of ten, twelve or ,more one to one and a'half bushels per.acre. from the steamship sweat. Those inclined lambingseason will come: on between :1
feet, this,on they lands it' 'like ,'hes The ground.should prepared as, for to rot should be picked out,' and December 20 and :February 28. By ," ;
limestone, .- sowing small grain, and the seed should( the Others put back 1 into barrels.-and regulating service in,this way and ;'
The leaves are three-toothed", the be sown;broadcast.: In the first year's kept in a dry warm place.. As soon keeping'the rams separated from the ,
blossom are tiny white 'staffs of tiny growth the grass maybe pastured but it as the eyes begin to show signs of flock, the lambs are'-born strongerand ..;":\
whiteflowers. The plant is widely should not be.mowed for hat-utitil. the starting, the potatoes are' cut into healthier than'they.; ,would be
branching, a graceful, lace-like growth second_ ,year. ELI SHEPPERD.Grcensborough "pieces with two or three eyes and under the promiscuous system; andthey
in.appearance. The 'whole plant; is ,Alabama.. directly' planted i in the grQund.Gar .- would be, still better if the .
Its odor' is:the <, service restricted "standing1'
:deliciously fragrant : ; en and Forest.Electricity was, to
odor of vanilla grass. In our hot Reply to.Major Campbell. el. the rams,. as is ,done,on the best sheep, '
sunshine the warm" dry, everblowirig Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower: for Farming" farms in the North. -
,prairie-breezes1 freight'themselves"with v Having neither the time nor inclina- -:One of ..the'first' to recognize ,the Before lambing'.begins the shepherdwill
the pleasant, '''perfumes caught' from tion for ,a, long controversy or exchange -. great importance of 'utilizing electricity remove the. ewes and put them in ,'
these white flowering fields and waft : of funny 'sayings, I 'would for farming''purposes in Englandwas a separate flock, for.' better" .atten tion. .
this fragrance here, ":there l ,' afar .over simply say 'to .,Major Campbell ,that I the Marquis of Salisbury, who not This is the way he proceeds- -
... OUr broad arid fertile' plantations. have no apology to make for what he only uses the waterpower his estate He takes;the band out in,the,morn-
Even.a:richer:odor'is\beaten,out from is- pleased, to term. my uncalled-for- for lighting by electricity, but also. Ing and all lambs'that, are.dropped he
the giant clover patches,when, :a light criticisms.. As.one who is as ,enthuS- grinds his corn, cuts his horse fodder, leaves .until.about four ,o'clock' when
sUmmer rain falls over the,Blossoming iastic a lover 'of Florida, and ;has pumps his water and does a variety of he puts".his band into the corral];then
stretches and strikes out fragrance. been 'equall 'as successful, (or perhapsmore other work by means:of electric.motors he goes with the .other _herder, and
Some of.the orange growers'of your so according to means invested) thus driven.. On many manors whichare drives them '(quite a job) into the
.: ',:State. write to ask me of this plant, as"Major Campbell, I feel that'I was adjacent to streams of water: farmers lambIng[ corral, the other herder baying -
,wishing to sow it as an undergrowthin justified in calling him down. His are beginning'to realize the possi- them under his cafe. In the
their orange groves: lean; imagine criticisms on my' judgment because; bilities which lie close at hand for the morning when Mr. R... turns the ]
nothing more: doubly beautiful than located-where I did do not.worry me; more economical working' of their main band out he cuts'off all that have ,I
the',exquisite,darlrleatedrwhite starred I wished:to locate where I could makean farms, and, are installing electrical lambed during ,the night, and after '"
orange boughs above and the, gracefully orange grove without an almost plantswhich] can be worked at a cost' he gets away t other herder comes :
foliaged; '' white-blossomed :.clover certainty of ,being frozen doWn He unapproached by any other means:. and turns them into his band' and
below. Surely if the Florida orangeplaters gives himself away,,.however, by praising There are. tens'of'thousands,of portable -* I so on until they' have' all lambed. ..
make_ themselves 'painters i Candler and' almost in the same and other: steam engines owned by By this.means he ,will have no .tro Me
of so beautiful pictures on-' ,the paragraph,, ,critisihg my judgment, for agriculturists in this 'country ,which with the young ones losing their,mothers .
caavasstretched, by nature_under,the locating where I did.. My place: .is could be used in a variety of ways in or'themselves,, as''would,be the case
slit skies of their favored State, .I one mile from Candler depot. lean: connection with electricity; The mere if they werein the main':..baad, .and fce .
echo,theibid.rhymer's wish, "May ;I, say ,further; ,that I can ,show better saving in insurance alone, would in stands- a better show of saving all-f be".
be there to see!" trees-,for their.age thanhe can. numberless cases justify a.farmer ,indriving ,
=' ? The plant is 'not,only beautiful l but But, :Mr. Editor, ,these are private his,thrashing,, chaff-cutting orgrinding gets.The owner. expects to erect mow.apparatus "
useful. Itis the best land fertilizer lIatterswhich:are.neit profitable to, machinery: : by an ,electric 'In which to put the '.sheep '
'".'rath l"land-renovator known; One of your.paper ,nor its readers, so, I, will motor, instead, of. being, obliged to through a submersion in ordir',to".de.r:
:the leading 'northern: /""Se dm writes conclude by asking!our :friend.Camp bring His engine, as now, .right; into: stroy ticks, s abkmit'es'a&d'I tae.best .. ;-TA ;:..

,>- that' tfeey,- of.'the.'.north; haye, 'J known bell to) tell, us\ how- that., 'littlefopW; his, farm buildings'Chicago; *.:,.. dip"i is.a solution i of,Jefeoeee.. .. ,', /:..'";*,"," .. :' ,,
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:: ; He;would.utilize, all :the'refuse 'tobfteoo tlieBor"semakes'menti n of it.at all,. exgcritnct; both, .and then ',there. are' itaqueen: : is l lost by any cause' ,,, j
,and;stalks,; which;, mixed., witha and'I',cannot remember :having: heard more. that fail than: succeed when ap the :workers, as ,soon as the fact is -, J
'Ktfle.arsenic,. .would be%sure death .of,it in Australia... .. attempt(is made to,keep. "tno &and$.., realized .ransack the 'cells to find a ,. ;,
to;aft'ticks,'or'"other paraiiitiuenetie! :': L. Q.. K'ERM >DE." : E. W..; AMSDENIOnnond newly''laid egg. If they find one not i1
which abound fa'the fleece,'and would Glen. Mona, Fte. ,Fla.,Oct. 30 1891. 'more than two' or three: days old l ,they --1
.. do away.with all rubbing and scratchiaflg'aad tRiPLV[ BY w. o. :TILGHMAN.] .r at once proceed to.tear:down the walls :.
;, 'instead of only having-half'a Inanswer to your;Inquiry for,.treatment Always Look for Lice. of. thecell which: contains_ it.and en'i
,fleece;at shearing,'time, ;and it'looking : for ,sanded mule will say the Mr. C. S. Valentine, 'Crawford,,,N.: large it'to fitit for the new. purpose, ,.
bike 'and' 'dingy, he would have 'awHote best and most simple cure and one J.one of the, most experienced t twit: !the, cell for a' que n. Then, -M
-- hand is poultry men j in this count 'Y', and,a nursing.this ,*which under ordinary ,
:.. .one, .and that looking; 'bright&d ,which is almost always on ,. germ
_> glossy. of .' give:one'quart of lard, melted on, an ,writer of ability, gives the following circumstances, would; develop a ::.
All ;sheep 'after. shearing, should empty stomach.! Give an" 'hour of: incident in regard to lice, in. the worker bee,.they'feed"-with what apiarists -
".;: be dipped to, prevent, the 'lambsbar. brisk exercise after it. If this does Fanciers: : Journal: ,.-which we give be call royal. honey, and as the grub

.' .;.... .-boring the..ticks. 'which'.they. will,then not complete the cure repeat :it i the low. He says: rapidly develops; the cell .'is again ..
from the:mothers.. '. next day. I will be glad to help,you 'There was once a poultry' editor: changed by the addition,at its mouth,
{. ,get < :what I can at any time. I. do not whose favorite slogan was !'lice.! In and pendant ;and vertical,, of. an 'enlarged .
:7" Mr. W n. H.' .Raynes,.theshepherdemployed ; claim to be.-a'professional.Poultry less experienced days I had a'hen thai cell, shaped much like,an:acorn., .
< ,* P s''ad considerable.experience was wasting; :away without apparent In this the latter transformation takes 1
t' 'S 'with.some:,of the largelocks: / of :I cause., 'Being a.consfanfreader of his place and the insect emerges, a royal :a
California,. and is confident he, .can. p.aper-and knowing very well' he :was queen. *'
-, make, the sheep" pay the' owner' .of;_the. and .FI.pi i r ,. fond,of saying:: 'If you'can't find'.anything : The' queen is also armed with a
:: land ''a, much better profit than he -,- -"- else the matter, look for lice,1*: sting, but it is bluntand, incapable of
'::. could;derive from:tenant farming! with ... NOTES. I looked,for lice again and again,- and inflicting; wound. It is given to her ,

,# ",.:.x cotton. Sheep;;are. great'' scavengers; Editor Farmer and FruiMS rower: sure that there were none, I took heart apparently only to be,used in combat
cleaning ok'the weeds and.briers and I : of and addressed him person with another queen. The queens have
Thanksgiving will soon be here and ;.courage
.. .' enriching, the land. with. their drop
about fowl) describingher their bony several
poultry will be, in demand,. especially ally my precious upon : spiracles,or
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; pings. They :cost ,nothing, for keep turkeys.: It .is not necessary,that.,turkeys .symptoms,to the best of my ability., breathing,orifices. When' two queens :
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for in the'winter:
'. : .;-. ,except ; cottonseed should.be large i in order to bringa : The answer ,came' ,back, 'Look for happen ,to.come into contact, 'a duel to !
,..- .''f. ;:with'little' sulphur-' 'in the summer. 'good 'price; in fact a medium size lice.1' ,Knowing:thut the .hen'was,nol the death is the consequence. They .
,. ;{ :aad free' access to salt'throughout' the bird will meet with a more ready- sale l lousy, :I looked, yet .once more'and seize each other with their mouths and 1
'.ye r.,, :He loses about five:per: cent.. th either the verylargeorsmall ones.. found the lice There.is a,moral to this. the aim qf each is to find with their '"
4 : : fig.disease..but.none' froirudogs, as.be"takes .. It is not that.a turkey ould The man, who has seen _a hen whose sting one of these holes. While tear"T. '
care of the 'dogs'and: puts be confined: necessary to fatten; ,theaj they; will comb'should be as red in, the spring ing each other witrTtheir mouths their ':

4 .Stwherethey, : will not bother :any put on more flesh if ,allowed ,a.. free as the blood that courses'' through her agile bodies are searching: for the. vulnerable I
more"sheep/ where they can pick up -a' va" veins pass: here and there with a slow, point into which the blunt sting''
.. 'Theaboveh'afair'summary: : of. the riety.range Only feed them what 'hey and feeble.:movement,, dull, eyes and is thrust:and. the victim falls .instantly '
.. :Y t. article:in'The Tallahasseean.. will -eat of wheat in the 'morningand comb about the color''' of old ivory, dead, under the effect. of the injected ---tl'
;4{. Cotton lands in :Leon, county rent corn at. night,' feeding ,a :little the'sole effect of an invasion of lice poison; as.the sting is not barbed it is ',:
j?: .'al.$ '.'$? .a 'year., 500 ,acres would stronger each day. A turkey will into her'hatching precincts, can well withdrawn with safety. .* '

=! .._;:.' :.ferif in:.a.rental of$7 SC?. The sheep bring twenty cents pound.and : : believe in danger laxness dealing Now, from the above, it would JI.
everypound
will require at least a bushel _of cot-. gained is:quite an item, with these pests.. Others would bet- seem to be an indisputable fact that
.tOBKcd per head, during _the winter,. *. .. ter take testimony: than .to ;wait theirown.surelycoming when} the Creator, by His "fiat,"
wfckk ,would cost' say for :400 ,bushels Mr.. Jacobs *in the Farm 'and experience." spoke the bee into existence, He.
.says .
:afi5:: ,:.cents a bushel, ,$60. The:wool Fireside: .for November isi that:if he 1_ Mr. Valentine: makes a good point created, in that one. act, not only the i
f F otfgitt to. bring $r a: $ ce.'If Pope is"compelled,to,name the cheapest'food ii in.the above, which is the fact that lice king or drone, and the' queen or :
baa of .tJ em.are'ejv s; and,:raise 'z7s' .that could be fed, with the'view;of may: be :present despite all :claims to mother> but also a full swarm of the .
lam, 'these.shotild"be worth, if half securing the largest number, of;eggs : the contrary.. We have always spoken "workers," for it has been shown by ;',
blood.S rop hires, $i apiece when two. in winter, he would choose'green{bone_ out-"Look*for lice," and in nearly the above history that each one of
weeks old. zoo: sheep. :should' yield "I ut'fine ,and' clover hay,. wheat- bran every case the lice have been.found.It these factors, the, male, the female
seventy-five: "niuttonh"a.yeai'worth' three.times a week and wheat:once 'a isa veryimportantpointin"summer.Whenever ? and, the full swarm, were absolutely
.$2.50 a head,(of.f lt"asl'" soon as day. The wheat should be1icattere4 :jour: fowls fail to lay, appear necessary from the sanfe moment of
55 .... the,Shropshire blood begins i to' tell).: :where'the. ,hens will have to. scratch. droopy, or ,are..apparently..out.oCcondition creation, to the existence of the beeas ,
S .: Yearly income;;, ;lambs, '$175;' wool, well to find'it. : then-look for lice. we-know' it.liThe full swarm'r, \
... $187.50.- :.Cost. 'of .cottonseed !because has been shown in
:; < $400j'muttoni.; : Thebones fed in'the morning, about as pro ,.
"'- ::;' ,. salt,' 'etc:, :$75; ':;services' of one-half pound to ten hens; wheat The History of the Bee-A. Hard portion i.o' the reduction of the number -
-: :;.aihephird one, year ,(being1? occupied one pint, to thejsame number ;in 'the .Nut:for the :Evolutionists. of the 1 bees constituting the swarm,
:: only'small. part of' his time), ,$50;j' middle of the day one-half,pound cut The male: and female bee ',differ in j just in that proportion are the vital
''" shearing $20 dipping $::5- Total ineowe ; bee of 'Functions of the diminished
: ; clover scalded,. sprinkled with-:bran every respect from the working swarm ,
.... "'. $762.50; expenses,:;,.$1 r70;; .net one day and middlings next. Such the swarm, and when ,seen by. the uninitiated and. 'the gradual extinction consum :.
:; baknce!in favor of'sheep, $S9'2.'S9- food contains all the elements required ,would never be recognized, mated..
:..;, This is less than tile cotton' rentals by the hen for eggs, affords a,'greater as individuals forming i apart of the Not,the ,tS-t striking: part of this ;j
: .: would;bring in, but k.should be borne :i variety and is much cheaper than allgrain. familiar community of the'hive. wonderful creation, is the evidence of ,
S HI Mftd that.the'land under.'sheep, ,is. The'parent bees'cannot.secrete. ,the the: 'divine design in providing for the
.Me +:increasing 'm fertilitywpile; Mr. Jacobs is correct. Only from wax nor build cells; they cannot extract queen her ,peculiar sting. Were it
......cotton it is as constantly! .d te- .experience I 'would.'say add another or.store up honey; they cannot otherwise destruction of the' race
rioagng: Then,.:too, the: above' : .estimate my :: half pound, to the clover ,hay, gather the material for'or e'thebeebIeadj would. be inevitable, for, like the
is; atade. on native.-sheeim.; and a pint of bran one'day, the same ; : ; they cannot even procure. 'worker,"* her sting would, be turned'upon
..S pro T ed breeds. well 'managed'would quantity; of rice flour 'or'inl dbngs..the their own food. every, encmy'and; she would

', yieW.a' good'dear tier,p ofit.-ED., next,, ;and:two-thirds of a pint of cornmeal The.creatures 'which' form'the swarm perish' and with her the swarm.
.i.f.": ... the following, :providing. this is and are known as bees are in every ,If there were'no other of the 'J yr-

..a: '. .Remedy,for:Sending. eaten clean. If .not, lessen all in respect different from their parents. iad of unquestionable, evidences 'of
.J '')Attlee.Jf.nter.tnaIt.Growen.. proportion In' other words, give all .They are incapable of procreation? direct divine creation now in -existence
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mixture fowls in one verytrare class, which this alone'would seem to be asunarswerable.contradictio.n
)< Will some of;your:numerous army of the clover hay \ the .except the
,.' of constant ,readers: 'kindly,, furnish will,eat clean and you won't. be.overfeeding will be mentioned further on. They evoluooti to an-
the
build
and
the ,comb
aaand other constant readers fQn this-diet: secrete; wax ; tOBERT.
f .* the honey:, and. feed not ,
A they gather .
.; wkh,a remedy. for. sand in;,the.mule,or -.
I the but:also,the qu-eeund :
letters (
only
the none?' I We are having a good many young
'.. o I 'want something clear anb :effica.ei I asking our',advice; how to _start in.the; the-drone; 'they, at the proper .time, A friend of ours.at:one time. speakng -
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"- ..... .. M understand ,Unseed oil,is a poultry business. It' would :require put the finishing touch .to.the, ,cells, of the_, qualities! of eggs; said: 'If.
.; ,' :, ; 06 wild but doubt:being : several. pages or 'the FARMER, AND ]preparatory to'the queen's visit, and my wife wants 'eggs for boiling, site
a ...' ,. .5 :: P efnmefaweina remedy serious, case. This !'FRUIT, GROWER go i into details ; but warm them with the:heat,of.their bodies always selects my,Spanish ,or Legfarneggst

.- ttad dui in the stomach of the:horse i one word of.caution until I''have.time- .i when' the queen is expected Jo Qut.when she makes cake,"she
= ,.', Got mule,seems\unknown .in:Europe, to say more: Go slow., Without experience visit and'deposit the egg. They hover always selects my Game Bantam eggs,

.' ,at l to* .Mtther' :the latest, edrtkm ,of .you will not succeed. ,,>with over and warm into life -the. '.yopng.:: is she finds that they ake a ridNr'aad

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.. a lisiS. 'Thloi:1, ail'goods-which'have theirbusiness i imparting' to it almost tJ'
='ERJ 'I' complied witn the law and are,legally I if ,not',quite i as great a degree of cer- at-the. same time they have 'to create, .

'AIftIS AWAit cc -' on sale in, .Florida ,bear the. stamp off their market'' because; / '
J..l..A.........' >*** tainty as-attaches,;to the cultivation: of outright, theirf: '
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,- ". ;-: the Commissioner, of Agriculture.. line, of phosphate has ;hitherto been ': .
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NOVilBItR'..: 5, zft f.nt 't, Purchasers;have only ,to :look for this the cereals, .and. cotton.. unknown;'while,the, others have.. been:;

.._ ,' : s ponJhe.tagsj'andi in all, cases avoid employed;,the. world, over., For the E&Itor Ev denoee"rPr
ty.
*HBN POWERS, $ .
o' purchasing unstamped goods 'and:the' ,., therefore ',content'to *:
.1'; Lawtcy,Fto Few things indicate the prosperityof present;" ; they are : "
'
Coinmissi, ner.of..Agriculture'and'State, get the growers, to trying their product .-:; "
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.. Member of Florida Press Association.Attftated -- ,the horticulturist, 'and, farmer more. t
,
-=-- LJ-: : Chemist will use all, the power vestedin as an ingredient of. home-made":.
:
accurately than their purchases'
with,National Editorial.Awociation. tKese.offices to ,protect them against :commercial fertilizers. Time I composts or,applied_ ,, by' itself, which**.
was
> imp05 iion.- OF. ROBINSoxin'StateBulletin : scores'of them are doing. ':/ '
when this was"not the ,case, ;as the inexperienced r
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Butter is, costing more to-day: inBoston 1 growers purchased recklessly ..i", .
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((35 I cents, with .a :probabilityof ; .- and without knowledge., But OUR BOOK-TABLE., ; :.. 0

an a advance 40: soon) than ft 'is A Northern farm ,paper says: "The after years of experience the fertilizer '. > \

crop' of chestnuts-, and hickory ,nuts How TO CO-OPIATE: A Manual /or Co- .
in Jacksonville (30 cents).. thisyear i : 'ls:very l large. All over the ,operators. :By 'Herbert ,Myrick.353y ",'
very gauges pages. New: York: The Orange Judd,-. "
'_ 0 : mountains. ,from Virginia to,New York, I : ; '
prosperity of the rural class as closelyas ; Co.
In;"three days last week ,thirty-eight State,. the ;nut'' trees are full ,of fruit.It I .
do their investmeuts in fine furniture : This book describes the how.rather'tkan.' -,
carloads of. ,oranges passed _"through is.quite probable that chestnuts.will and clothing. the whereforeof, co-operation. In other ,

,Gainesville on one railroad, and on w&oJesaleJn New York at four cents words, it tells just how'' to co-operate-" ..
conversation with a number of ,that is, how to manage a: ,cooperativestore
one day four: carloads of fish and'oys. per) pound,. 'and hickory nuts at hall ,the leading wholesale dealers in'fertili' I farm or factory; cooperative,dairying -" ....... h'

ten* One carload of oranges,went' :to that;rate,," And yet pecans are selling I banking and, fire, insurance and ... ,-
zers in Jacksonville we found that farmers' and I'
I co-operative women's ex
Portland; Oregon. in Leon, county at $4 .a' bushel t: : I both buying and ,selling. "
with the of
exception two firms, a
c Thepecan is;a good tree,to plant when I The 'directions given are 'based. not'on *.. ?
1
large increase is already noted ,over I but the 'actual of .. '
A ,meeting of about seventy-five the right:kind,of soil is found. theory on experie&ce "
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last Some increase successful co-operatire enterprises allparts '
citizens'was held in JDeFu- year. report an :
prominent of the United States, a full list of .,' _, ,_

nick, November 3, to' formulate a The, State chemist, a_ gentleman ,in'w1io ranging from fifty ton hundred per which is given in 'the appendix. They. ;
cent. of these firms sell book is revelation as to the extent sat' 'ysuccess : _
although most
to the Board of Trustees
protest ,
against : the horticulturists of Florida of co-o rative'work in thifl country -: '.

putting' the Experiment Sub-Statio n -have,great confidence, pays' the, following largely on credit. One house, how- while its value is heightened by being

., there on the small allowance of ever, which deals strictly on a cash confined. practical directions and de-,
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$r.,zoo compliment to, the fertilizer tails for organizing and operating cooperative ,,
,
'a ,- ., .\" 'manufacturers: '"In point of fact basis ,and<< has never lost a dollar on enterprises of all k nds. These ::

t, e, : fertilizers, reports an advance of forty directions are based on successful co- ; ",
of the .
,Oranges'a're'leaving the-,State :jap.' ,most fertilizers today sold in in operators wtyo} save from' eight to fifteen '"
sales the iF
Florida:,are very considerably better I per cent over corresponding per cent on all, they have to buy and -

idly.. In October 65,000 boxes passed than ,the period last year. This, too, in ,the make an extra profit of from five to ,, '
guaranteed analysis. In cent all have to sell. ..
through Gainesville against 13000' twenty per n they t ,
; face of ,the fact that collections are ..
order to avoid the risk of
: imperfect :
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last year. 78,000 passed, through -- v
in.the same.month'on one mixing( ,,and-the certain injury to trade generally reported very hard to make Our'lady readers will find much to interest :.
Jacksonville
which the. and analysis of the hardest known .in Florida for "them in Bf rbOurs'. Prize, Needlework :A _;;
: discovery a ,
road. On !\evening of October 31 years.. Series, No. 1, of which a copy has c._, 't"
(j .about boxescould not'be moved single sample below grade would l' .involve been placed on our table. It contains* f :"

,2,000, ,prudence compels manufacturersto .. There.is also a steady and heavy nearly one, hundred pages, beautifully' ;.3 _
out of.Jacksonville.. printed and finely illustrated,'with fuUdirections ,,
movement Florida native .
.'.' and, in many instances of phosphates for all sorts of fancy work, :' ., 'f:
A 'understate the notwithstanding the recent explanations: of terms and abbreviations. ;
good way to protect: young orange i very greatly qualityand .'
:
Numerous cash prizes are offered for best ''
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trees, in the winteris to tie a:smallShelf i I analysis of their goods," temporary depression. The wretched articles in the, various branches-these :'

of,broom straw.around each one, system, or lack of all system;by which articles to have place in N 0:2 of the series. '- 't'-.'. ''
1 Communications be addressed to the
the of of mines may ;
wrapping i it well: ,with twine,.and banking I Important Transaction.. representatives, scores editor,Mary E.BradfordRoxburyMafl8.; :< '

it up six inches or so, with ,eafth.. I ,.By an agreemeent consummated competed with each other in Europe, or to'Darb Brothers'Company, Bostea /
offering sometimes the lot of Branch 67 Lincoln street, Boston, Mass. ,
same
Tree moss,.is not' ,so' good;, it retains;! November 3 ,the Florida Fruit Exchange Price 10 Cents.PICA "
I 1 : rock 'and that of ;: <
a high testing:qualitytoo .
9loo much moisture: Pine orblack., .
will entire _X3/
give its all-rail
,shipments ?
I several times the dealer 4
to :
j jack boughs (the, latter, ,)retaining! their same rICAL FARM CW 1IS1'RY. By TV:; .

leaves'pretty well).'also answer, very to the" Continental' Fruit' Transportation -. therebycheapening.it beyond all reasonhasaboutceased. Greiner, LaSalle, N. -Y:. :103 pages. .,

good ? Company., The cars operated .' There has-never. This is a little volume :which we be*,"
v purpose.Record ieve can not'fail to be of much'value to, '
been: serious interruption to the
this. any _
.r oy company are refrigerators, the farmer and especially the horticult-

,of temperature, for October ,' but by a concession,frcm !the railroad ,sale of land,and'river pebble, and now urist. The authortakes great pains to ,to

kept, by Dr. E. A. :Todd that the companies mining the, highgrade avoid what he calk the aristocratic:
.... .. --- -. --_ .. ',- Lawtey: ; companies' these.cars'will be operated names of science. In short, it is i agricultural -
xsramora Bounty; ;, Highest thermometer .....". rock, have learned ,wisdom as to i chemistry wrested out oft' e domain ', ,
at without additional, charge to the Ex their methods their is of chemical despotism and treatedin "/
81 and
soon, on the ;5th also product going a mannersuitable_ to a popular republican .
'
y on the 7th. Lowest, 61* on the '11th i ,change or, to the, shipper, ,. unless itmay forward,no,longer under a cloud. cast of mind Mr.,Gremerliaa written -

and' 28th. Record, be desired- ice Over, tons from a great deal for ,some of, the beat y r
of rainfall kept by to: use at the: Florida 8,000 were shipped, I
a ultural joarnak of the North, a&d i' i
Mr. ,M. Knickerbocker,. of Lawtey: ",end,of the route., It is said that Femand na' in October. There are his writings are eminently practical,aa4

On the ist,, 5.10 inch; on the 2d, .2-iof; these carshave l carried fruit with now two vessels loading' at that 'port useful.. .. '. .. r-

5th, 2-10; drizzles, 210.. TotaTpre- and:;four more due to I load in a few -...: f..: '
,safety in a temperature, of. twenty degrees THE CAULIFLOWER 280 pages. 'By A.: .
,dpration for the. month, i iioinches.LIa days. As soon as'the Phosphate Exchange ,.. '
'below zero but for this .A. Crozier,Jinn Arbor, Michigan.: *" :;. ,:
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------ I ---- we can. is organized we shall be, able ., "
)Ir.H.M. Stringfellow,.our Texas correspondent : i -
thefirst place no fertilizer-ftilizmg or {er- n' vouch. : to give our readers ,a monthly statement -, eays: "There is no V"--P'tl: ;

material of any kind 'can be "We.r regard, this '!transaction; as.one of"the shipments from. all the ble the cultivation of which is more gearerallyneglected .
: than that ,of the cauliflower. ,
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legally placed on sale in the 'Statewitboutaa --
of very great importance: to the interests phosphate shipping points of the State, ,, This is not because it k not MIl- ,;

sworn guarantee of .analysis l i Punta : sidered valuable addition to any gar .
Gorda
the including St. Petersburg .
of -
: fruit and vegetable: growers : ,
being e4 with the 'Commissioner'of1Agriculture. den,but from a mistaken notion that k '
of,Florida l for 'have Port Tamp, Savannah, Fer- i8 a."very difficult vegetable to ,rai e." '" .
we ,long believed
IB the second place, the nandina:and Jacksonville. For the skillful grower there k no doubt -'

tar I .impose, ,heavy'' pe&aities for-;.the that:;transportation by refrigerator Cars fare profit rawing cauliflower, ader.t .
The three soft mi '
phosphate es of favorable conditions, than any otlherveg
safe:of anf fer iaecwbiek.. does,not otild.be.a* geat step forward toward the, ,State thus ,'far developed Y ,deal etable"we have.- ;This book gives fall testructtooe ",... '. ,
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com tnt,tine sworn "of. selttiOB"of 'trC lbles from the'eeleetion ot. the seil
up _:guarantee.. ,.a... the- >> attending. more directly with i the growers than to the marking and eye the,eoek1ng. 6. :
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.88 'in Wslila3giH,, PoILTRY'Ar1D' : EGGS. South Carolina beans and peas n-ow'ar- 30-lb c8se ; 75c. to 90ctdo.; rokoy Be-ifer--r"=' ,

1Wit- .F.rt r and : H ... ;. ....i..f.........;:......<.....$',36 to..te. : riving, arid_half-barrel: baskets selling at cases,75c.to$1JQ i';do.jllackDferacca: ,.:, '
,A desire to correcta'iUppreheB.: ....:: ....:....u.j; ..;.i... .... ,..jeto35 $8, to 18.50, as to quality.. We anticipate lb. iaases,"9Ocito, .21."'" ::T
.:......l..r..a.4.;; .......,. a5 to' .30 favorable market fer Florida, crop assoon )GEOSOE, : &; Co; RS: '
sion wich'scemsO"Dave; been created .;....-............i:.:.;.,..::.. J,.rK to 7.=16: its Southern also .

in soase; quarter by Jl.1V'tec: nf'arii.cl: : Geese.htk.:......,*.v..t..M..,;...........:i....:..*.#....*............- :>.J 4Sfe **>*;:",;.75.w :wanted,ready.selling. from'$3( ,to eggplants So per.barrel.: ? -, 'ST LOOTS.. Nov.2., .

on Florida frui in: 'Washington .' ...-;iT*4.***.*..;....t.....*;....*.;... :' .:.*{ ... G.'.S,,PALMEH. ORANQBS Steady, but'deeaand light. '. j..
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prompts.me to" write again, .bri ar:', ; :FERTILIZER MATERIALS. ": '-' Mexican! ,:$3 to 3.50;;:Louisiana, per bW, '.
$ to 5.50 Louisiana box .50 to:2.75 .
Certain '' o ;; ,per ,$ ;
large, orange growers: who Corrected ;wets J.i.ttc. Palac FertiliserCompayj .
{ ,every. AUCTION SALES. ,Honda, $3 to 3.50 rperbox. according to ', ;
read the DISPATCH have written ] : '
me October'!28th,. E.. L. Goodsell, New size.' -
Ten
'saying that they: :will send plenty :of Toe. Tons.. York sold at auction 382 boxes and one 'GRAPE' FRUIT-Light, offerings. Good': '

oranges, here this winter., The above Blood and Bone, amm. 'P&, bone barrel Florida oranges and fifty ,boxes demand at $4 per box '* -"*tLBMONS << "
named articlejeems to have Boee.rawgrmmd; b.p.5o-fie**..... 29 7558 75 size from 126 to'260,. 'aboUt, 200 ,:Messina and Palermo, good,,per boXI$ ?:.;' .'
impression .... ... average '
them Florida 28
; 'on ,that oranges Bofte,ftcasied, b. p. yo-6e 29,25 25 \
Sulphate Potash,. '48- $..... ji oo, 2975 and in'price from $1.50 to 260. Russets tp 6; choice' to fancy, per:.boa $6 to 7; .
are &,rarity: here., Sulphate Potash, 90--94$............ 51:50 49 75Kaimt sold from $1.75 to 2.05. ,Lemons ranged Maoria, per case, $7.50 W'8 j Floridaper' '
l' feet; it lay; duty to 'correct. this ;;:3j26jf.....;......*i..t....... 1600'. '1550 hi size from 150 to 360, and in price from box, $6 to 0.50; Malaga, per bor$4.00; to: .'
i6 4..r 1600NitrateSoda '
Add 1650
Phosphate .
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wrong impression.: Washington<< is:as ,am.13.J9&.....-........... : 55'.00 '53'oo, $2.20 to 355.: 150 size,sold at $2.20. 5.50. v-.-
bountifully' supplied with rida'oran'g Canada.As* es.-.....,;......, 39 oa 18 SO October' ,30th, E. L. GoOdsell sold at .BANANAS-Fancy bunches are-billed' ,
Soft Phosphate g'd.b.p.65-70?'?. .9 00,, 8.50 auction 161 boxes Florida Sizes out on orders at $2 to 2.25 and choice at "
as' any:other'city .of its size}in Soft Phosphate,gr'd at,mme,in bags, 150 to 250, average, about oranges.200. Prices $1.50 to 1.75. r.
tea tes. '
a
$2
the United,States. Some shipmentsof Dried Blood am., i6'..."...:.;. 45
'i inferior'oranges and,gr pe-frLlit;'are Cottonseed Meal, new. stock. ..i....>, .. 24 50. 23 75 ,boxes Florida lemons, $1.85,to 2.40. .

coming: in 'now, 'and they: will tie: -, ... SPRAYED AND UNSPRAYED' APPLES.- ,

almost as 'plentiful l as aPPles .daring r ..LIVERPOOL; Oct. 21, ; NEW YORK, N v. 1. ,A number of cars of.. ..apples .from the v:; '
the. holidays and the 'late ;wintermonths. To-da about 500 'cases ex "Aurania" ,Liverpool market .as last quoted 'remains East.came to thiscity the past two weeks'; '
'
.
demand unchanged. trust'you will take that averaged probably ,$2.40 JL barrel ,
were offered.and went with a strong .
the matter of advising the from first hands. The fruit :
i. up shippersnot was jobbed ,
condition
\thirds to sound in ( e:
The idea that I .meant to ; fomam-their it withoutexam- afterwards in small
to. to the
convey HI to.I)sellingfrom 10s.Cd. to 15s. 6d. and a way retailers ,
was that the finer'varieties such'as:the as these :'be', reckoned as fairly good ination- here in New York.E. at $2.50{> to 2.75 a barrel, arera ingpOBEnbly.$2.00. .

Navel,, Blood, and bigt, ,Tangerine, prices wo may thought it would be well to wire L. ,GOODSELL.PrLADELLPHIA'Nov.2.. The varieties were mainly '
which'are. produced.In.such perfection you as jfollows:' "Just sold 500 Florida -' king and 20-ounce pippins,very fine fruit
of 'co rse. Now ,the : best car'of
.- very
,in lower;central Florida o oranges;;average $8, which we confirm ,
are comparatively Western fruit offered here will not
'of Ovvirig.to:.continued heavy receipts ,of bring
and hope the Information proved ser ;,
j in this 'The $2 barrel for the-round lot of lead- ".
strangers city., yice.to you., The color of the fruit was Florida oranges, the ,most of which are over
sugary, thin-skinned hammock oranges rather pale, but' not.more sotha might entirely foo'green to attract the attention' lug sorts. or $2.1P'at the: outside. Then
:are hardly known 'here' Tp! be expected at this time of theyear.The of the general trad; J-and in the 'absence; the question arises, why this big difference
? The'dealers too find less trouble .
of demand, arid.many of the receivers ,
become popular they'n'eed'only. 'to'e sizes were principally'150---170t:: and any ;
these are the counts best suited foroui*, being anxious realize, are offering in selling the Eastern'stock,and the workof
introduced here in abundance and ,
of them is "
disposing more pleasant
market ; ;act take the 150 to fruit at seemingly low which hasa
we. ,
sold at. reasonable' prices. It. is ; < may the and profitable. To. begin with the Eastern
: nqt: the box being the standard size for depressing effect, and result is ourmarket I'
but better fruit., that Florida more fruit,. England: at.the present time: completely barrel is a full-size uniform package

should send to Washington: :,and'"'elsewhere. .As Valencia i oranges are: ,more or less, demoralized, and in order to effect sales with'rioimcertainty the measure.
/ The fruit is full size smooth free
look promptly fruit must'be. sacrificed.- ,
sour- right up to Xmas ; we may to soundf '"
remunerativerates will take at: least two weeks for our from worms, stings and t8 so '
the Plorida fruit to realize
.. I am informed. ;l: by fruit dealers 'ofthis : to that time (that'is, of market to recover and to restore confi- many Western,orchards are ,heir,to, and
? right! up
citvnhat this,is not.plrieappje bourse if ybu don't swamp: themarket dence in the :Florida orange trade, as, above all,;the packing was fair and lion- -

season Jn Washington,, but'that"warm with it; when prices would naturally every: ;one seems to have the. general |m- est throughout It may be added that. : ./'

weather,is the time to, Ship them',here suffer), as they.really are'the only'palat- presssion that Florida ,is, full of oranges the apple-growers of the West cannot -
out of the what it is
business "
get capable
be.
able.oranges we can get before the New and that they must .slaughtered,
Probably it would not pay 'Ito send Year. order to get rid .of them.. Now if the of yielding,until they adopt and pursue
'
any first-class fruit '0( that kind. BOW. Always, at 'service,here, growers and shippers will look at' this in the practices and methods of their more '
your :
Washingtonians:are not in the habit.of L.CONNOLLY &.Co." the right light and carefully consider same experienced and successful' 'friends in the .

paying more:- Than 25 ,to '35, cents, and hold back ,shipments ,until the glut East. .P. !I., KIELY &Co. ,',- .

,apiece:for pines land of'Mr.: Russell's 'j of :reeu'fr itcleansJ1P and ,until their
.
one ,NEW YORK, Oct. 27. fruit'gets' not only' ,thoroughly colored THE WINTER APPLE CBO .
$i ones would )make them"'open ..A/ :cable from .Smith & Crouch this but ripe, they will get at least 25 'percent Indications in the States of largest production ,

their eyes, but not, their'pockets.: ., afternoon quotes the Florida orange ,.more for their crop than by pushing favor a crop considerable larger"

This applies to theaverage ,, visitor :to market: In good condition, advising, .it forwardupon: the present markets., than last year, though rather smaller

the market, but I am. ,of,opinion*that consignments *and. quoting the most We quota strictly fancy, ripe, desirable than in, .an average' season. In .New "
even the biggest and costliest satisfactory prices as follows: -Average sizes, $2.50 to $3 per bon; do.. choice, $2 England ',the returns' indicate somethingmore
specir sizes '.bright fruit selling 'at from $3 to $$2.40; do.;Russets, $1.75 to $2.25.. Fancy than three-fourths of a crop, But a ,
mens from Florida will be in brisk demand $ .26; Golden Russets selling from $3.50 ripe,straight lines, all sizes, $2.25 to$2.50; large'part of the yield is made up,of fall

,for diplomatic dinners swell to $4. There Are large lots going forward do. choice, $1.75 to '$2.1Q do. 'russets, fruit,, the,winter varieties being very ,
A receptions, etc., when they become t that'have::beeh .shipped from Flo.rid to $1.50 to $1.75. "Green,fruit, and that .of short. This factt renders the crops of \ ;

well enough known, ;and can, be.broucht England direct without examinationhere ordinary quality, $1.25to $2 as quality.' that section less valuable than the figures
and ,'and as some' of the fruif.will unquestionably Choice, bright lemons running 200.to 300 of condition would seem to indicate. .
kepthere in; ;first-clsConditt011. be-unfit' to stand an ocean to box, active demand; $3.50 to $4.50; The New York crop is reported as short

L. S. PERKINS. voyage, itfe jxx economy on the part of.tbe' ordinary, $2.50 to$3. Russets dull, $1.25 but of generally good 'quality, while in

shipper allow his fruit to go.forward ..to $2. Grape fruit, $2 to $ ..50'per box. New Jersey the yield and quality are .. '
without,most careful inspection No..,sale.for limes or Japan persimmons both unusually,,good. In Delaware and
: here,. 'and( 'I:think it'is -your duty as 'a on this'market.at present. A few Ma- Maryland the returns are remarkable for ,
; H JvIazr ets. : friend'of-the' growers to-bring this totheir daring, Tangerines or Satsuma kings if the.unif orinity with: which they approach
,. meet with sale at $4 to $0
attention and thus prevent a very ripe ready,' per a perfect'crop, each State repor n 97
.J-; ; serious and heavy loss in the near future box. RKDFIELD&SON.f" per cent, with 100, cent representing r
: o vILIAuITOY; 4. of'some :who are,now exporting in this a practically full yield. .

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.' manner.. E. L. GOODSELL., CHICAGO, Nov 2. The South Atlantic and Gulf,, States '
... LEMONS-Trade is fair and market is show a crop of medium proportions In
(Csr .cW eftry week 1tiMArx BtM.]" steady with'prices follows: Ohio and Michigan the crop fa very small .

Tb' *e ate a ease Miens:. ,Bxtra' 'choke. J NZW'YOBKNov2. ,Malaga, 'per box, $4.50 to 5; Messina' on account of the damage which followed ..:
tot* fcteh 1 ytiew aWre top quote tkm.t while poor Receipts of.:'Florida' oi ffiges for the' per box, $4 'to 4.50; Maoria, per box, the late frost last sJ>IlDg: Kansas and \ i
lots MIt kRer ,- week;ending*Oct. 3 show':"some increase, 7.50 to,8; Florida per box, $4.50 to 5. : Nebraska have favorable prospects,whileon ,: 4(

Oraofstrl rl r..:...........,........$1.30t02..50 and ,aggregate (including;'some lemons) .OlU.NOES-Rule quiet, though trade is .the Pacific, coast Rocky :
........:............... 1.00101.25 6187 boxes., The season rapidly approaching picking : somewhat and will improveas Mountain regions the indications point to
IemoIIS.. ,JIIa....... .., .... ....;... ... ,2.00 t-o 3-00 when there will be demand the fruit up better.Florkda'boxes *
a gets full yield.
,3Io.1tacy....,...... .......... a
Lima. 100........,... ................_ 5.00 m;sCPinespp1es.aute for'oranges, and all stock., 'intended for 200, $8; do., boxes 226.to One proof that apples will be scarce ,
...;........:..:.. ..;.: 4.00Ban.na. the; Thanksgiving trade should be here bf 250, $t.OO to .$2.75; Louisiana, boxes, and high this winter is: that New York :<';
.. .............,......... .. .. 1.25 t-o 1.75 llbere ''
: :: No'tember,15. wll| be a limited $2.25 to S2. O"do.; barrels according to, State evaporatormen are BOW-raakiag a S' '
; 1
Apples, barrel' ............; .........:;: 250t0.25crfabeii : "
Gra .. MaIap. .......!...,...u..5.0C? O 6-eo demand .for. matured, sweet fruit, and quality/:$4,to.5.CALIFORNIA tour through the apple growing eeeio : ,: .: ,::.
... ...........i.-; ;.JO such will be certain to realize remiinera- GREEN FRUITS Grapes of :New England and are: buying up the' "I' '
Ihlh'accts.........,.............. 3.00 tire prices., The',quality of the ,bulk of, rule easy;,, but no' l lower than, quoted I entire crop wherever.they can.- -Chicane '
FOtt0R ,bad. .,....... .. to ;
.. ................ ..:..' ..:.... 2.00' 2.25.s he; preeefit receipts is still lacking in yesterday; demand is rather slack and ''Prodtl Reporter; ''oJ .
N. y..ca baM ti.......'.:....;,.'.,. Ll 8oaloas color and sweetness. Strictly fancy sales /slow;. Other 'lines steady with '. .'
,.baIiII........._. ....;.....:. ... sue '
2.7.5 6C desirable from moderate.
!.. erc b e....!.........>.... .;". ...... .1.25 quality, selling offerings very ,. The'Florida Midland 'R..R.brOUC"
a boxes,20.lbs.
box other Plums : Red
from CoeV Late
.50 to $8 per,; grades "
beets 1'o' ..w... ...:.' :.:...: ', 2.00 2.SO 11.75'to '92.38. Fancy 1 lemons .continue $1.26 :to 1.40: ;' peaches, 20-lb. boxes, in two:. carloads: .of boikrs Sunday .
., 'n.. ..........:.......:"t............... 13.O in demand,'and.for all such the outlook. Salway, $1.25 to 1.30; Pears, Winter: for the:Rice Manufacturing Company.' .' '
............ .......
'.Par....JiIf' ..,, a .,,...".........;.i,..,.......::.i1lEi .:'JF.::1t.'" 2.7. $ is favorable; selling front H to$4.50 per Nelijs,40-lb. boxes, $1.00 tot; do.,.Faster:, The rice'compaDy.are certainly putting ..;' .<01
()k 9'> jI& .._.... ..'....."'i;" '... s.:: box i inferior grades moves slowly: ;at .Bearrer 40-lb. boxes, .$1.50.to 1W; do., seme caermows''machinery in their :t. -
--- ,' tot, .............;....:.....'".. tt his.. Some fruit Defoofl 40-lb.. '''boxes, $e to 2.90; do., .
"- -40 II rape arriving
;
It ............. ...... :.: mittlBg put m this city.i KiDoimmocGazette. r; j
.......___ ,. '. .............. .- ?.l"'' ''OI''N1 ,' ;" choice, |8.50 to |4 per barrel. Viear, 40-lb.: boxes,$1.% to 1.96;,Quifices, ,? .:.

-. ,......:... ...,.."':.......:..:...'.).. ...:....:.:: ,,:'s.;:':.::. '.. I ne. &eW crop of North. OftroMaa' : and. 49-lb.:.,boxes( ,$1.26 to 1.96;' Grapes,Muse. ,- / f \ \:: ;:


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'-1. : 'Qup' O < known better tbaa to believe'such f olW..thilt NEW-KODAKS. a camp, and had never' 'returned. We
rj YounTo1z1[ _But people then,werenot 'as ; gave'the' bones to :mother earth, and

elf : well educated 'as, they are new and poor 'f' carried away shreds of his .clothing and
:, :- -" ,, : -- people, like :Mr., Warren never: : 'saw -a his sandy,beard but'no one could Identify

'. What&;:Boy:,Oftn Do. c newspaper and had very' few:, books.except them.., ,A. ,sad tragedy, oT'which

t. ... 'rie.e..toaae 01 the thfeg tfet afeeycan! dotwfcftrtie : uie Bible, and; Eben had'never beento those-woods might'relate several.-For
.: *- ".:He ens 80 loud that the air'HKM Kaej i school so' much in. his whole' .'life as "You press:the. est and, Stream.BRECITAM'SPELI.
.
in
yougp
lee eta Mike*U fiowdTof ea t,fed bld: ,. one year. !
.. .. ,Awl+ a tbo ia&voices, sever.h. *rdLr ;,' J' :."Well, Eben,did not dare to stopor: look .button j ,I .. ..for. .-bad Liver. '
"
..- behind hinv but hurried; as f aft as he "
He,ca l crew+ oc cackle r beam etackA :''ti could,but again'he saw'those same eyescoming : we:do the rest. The Butterfly Fairy.,
: :. .. watt*i a Noeter;hen or deck; 'f' toward"him'and again the darkanimal I I, t Little Nelly went into the woods very

#- 'Jlc..bark like a dog; he eaa tow like a'cow, : ,dashed past, him.i Again: and i slowly" and/sadly. _Her baby brother '
:, :. And of itself.n't Hat 1Ik"a caw." Seren Jew Styles and SU sALX.zx I
a a agalB'w88 this repeated, until seemed was very ill, he mightneyer'b well,and
!. Transparent.FI.....
tor Eben that he could not be >ADxi>WITH little to help him., She
Jzx more frightened the girl so longed
: He bas ftottftd that
are;raled.trlpediad. plain; ; For sale byl Photo.Stock, Dealer*,' :
.
:
and live side':of cool little'brookthe'c
: He cal tbimder+ by at a railway: train: ; but,he was nearing the sat down by the' a
".<> .,at the state a breath,and then'' edge of;the wood, and 'if he could only THE EASTMAN COMPANY, ear water: plashed over the

,' : Amy the steam aad be offagator get to the clearing-he would be.safer for i Send for Catalogue. ,ROCHESTER;'N.:Y. stones,and. the blue-eyed grasses winkedat
t y vHe Mr..Xunn lived just at: the edge ofthe herr. and the .minnows: _darted"from,
bas a8 ius powers in' (deed' wood., Just as he thought: this he. saw under the mossy stones.at the bottom of
:' .-. He can turn'rlg1l into a A'll brass band. apparently Tight in,the road a.great'ball I had several camps in the _woods I the brook-up almost in reach, of her
and it .
.. With all of the testromeoUfever played of fire:, "what could:he, do? He dared whichwere-uSed: occasionalv, was hand. .. -
'
Q' '"' AI he make 0CJ,himself a'street__ parade. not'go back and how_ could he.get 'courage impossible to keep these them animals out, of She began to sing and then she saw l ,
to that ball of lire-if ho.could them. They burglarized constantly, the brook,a tiny figure lightly
pass .just across
G"r r: Y* can tell that a,boy ia very ill f, and made shreds of ,the blankets. Goingto '
it. He_must it there 'was no a PUT re white stone. The
:: Nhe'a weds awake and ke plni.t1U pass : pass of these .with poised on .,
one one day, one
.... .' other way, and- so although his,;heart camps '.figure, ,was clad !n. ,a gown of eyellow'
: Bet earth would be-God half-breed enchman'wheard
biers their noise! of
my men, a
< was almost suffocating him he ,walked starred with gold from its
::: .,7..'., .;.t, A.dolt. eM piece if there were no Boys:, .w, towards,it, and what do. yousuppose it a terrible ,scrambling, .and .:when 'shoulders fluttered two golden; wings,
; : .
;,. :Exchange. near the saw a m08t.comica1Bight.big'.bear
was camp and a wand, of .ivory: glistened in its
'j" .- .* .' hIt really was a ball of ,fire :or 'a very A had been licking out an :old ,hand For a moment! ;Nelly thought it

_= '.. : A TRITE wiTUii''STORY."Oae ,, round brand of fire .not in .the road butter keg,and had- got his head fast,init : was a butterfly as she watched it dancing -
''t1 .. _' There he stood on his.haunches,paW- ,
o f. '" but just beside it where good.Mrs. Lunn lightly to the sound of the water
w:' 'dayjtfra. Warren. .told her sonBbea had been making soap' beside the little ing for all he was worth to get the' tub off tinkling i over the stones. But presentlyshe
; ::1 head. How he danced and rolled in
;.';" that he must 'go to,Mrs.,Leavett's brook,'and had not !ut'out the fire ,Just his heard a' high, silver voice saying,
/: then when he was thmking how foolish he his efforts was.a sight never to be forgot ."Little .to-day is and
fIne.haekle
and.borrow her ,'so she.could We had with I : girl, my birthday,
ten. us or
,.. had' been he the dark animal : no weapons will '
: saw ;approaching to anyone who sing.for me to dance
> Hackle some flax for"thread. Eben was could have got the'finest skin I;ever saw. I
and by the faint light of the IS:.am able to grant a wish, no matter
-. pleased(f to go;_as it was_a pleasant day:and( fire he It shone like silk, and waved as he
,, at once recognized-not ,a ,witch, what. You. have sung'' for me, now
'w : : 'he liad__not.'seen_James Leavett for:along' bunts own dog ,Carlo! who"had'come, to dancedi'about, like the long fur on the choose; what'shall it be?" .
life-
,,4 time.. When be;was":ready to,start,.:Mrs."Warren : .: meet him'and at hid first word, came shakos guardsmen.: ,of one My\ of Frenchman the old English was in ex- ,Nelly did not, stop to think, but said
,4 bounding to,hin He supposed that he I .Make little well
at "
: once my brother ,
satd 'Bbea.,, : "
and' tacies. uv oila!'voila! he out. "See
'i you may: stay had''. acted. so' queer that the ,dog was. cried ': "
:ptey with James awhile;'but before 3 and, and did him him d::.user. See him pirouetter., Sacra 'dearfairy; "
; : :! ? frightened so ,not jump on "Very well; my child, said the fairy,
:, 'Y f Mart in time fo get ,home.before. dark:;', as usual After he wasp"older no'used to' N. de'D., and rolling'on the ground he "when,you go home take to your little
until he black in the face.I .
.: '; Eben promised that MOWdi; ,&$ then say that it was his own ltyConscience'that.he laughed was brother a 'leaf-cup. filled with this cool
of
.was equally incapable doing
was afraid of and that was.the& any he be well.
If drinks :he will
water. it
'
-. ._ ater&d on his three I mile i! walk:.:Two miles reason he did.not know' hisdog, brit he thing, if anything could be done. This "Nelly started .rubbed her eyes, and
'of the'dietanoe was through thick wsfeiki..' could never 'tell how the went on for several minutes, while ,both up,
OJ"
.< dog always saw: that the fa'was gone;but a peal l,
and scared
4>; :: .. "Itwae. ,nearly:a'mile to the woodr?and came from towards home but it.'was' of the us bear made that the he woods bolted ring against, a so big tree of laughter, like the sound of silver bells,

>> ,* -- ': just;'!at the edge of.the.woods was'a'pVettybrookgrfnging probably because ho, could not see ,its and burst the keg and went off without rung in her ears. She looked on the
in the darkness did
eyes shining and so, and there fastened
grass a large.leaf'
lay
; -over the pebbles.. 'Eben saying good-bye, :with the hoops about
not notice him., .. together in ,the form -or. a ,cup. She
..'M < 1 ... '.. ,lqptBO time.in'loitering for it was': not till c 't'hope that you Ire all,too:wise to'believe his neck. That camp, was never ,dis- filled it from the, brook, ian, quickly
afterthat
turbed '
." alterthat he;could see his friend James. ,witches but ,
anything so silly home and into the.room where:her little
>$ ", 'He went diregtly Mrs.Leavett and'did remember that a,naughty'act will! make The mosquitoes and black flies, were brother lay.Benny ;

.' ,his errand,. aatf':told her be:could)stayawhile one a coward many tynes when if they past 'belief'for quantity. I have struck smiled when Nelly went in.
-4 r'' and p&y with',James ;'and then I my pick in the moss on the rocks and '
': ,, I had::done right they'would: not have and lisped, "Lwant'a: drink of 'water."
cloud of them that it
such
raised
a was
.. thewent out for a,good time i thought beingfrightened.'Andmany=
and he
She him her
JI. .. -. MI'cannot tell you what':they; ;played, I tunes when one is "w:iking. in the: dark I impossible. to breathe, and,,sudden retreat -. laughed gave aloud. The next leaf-cup day,the fever
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: : .had to be made., Once, one of
bat I .my
.k, z :: am sure they enjoyed themselves the7will; see something that they cannot had'left him, and Benny was well.. The
'." for men forgot his promise to his mothersand believe waa'there daylight, but if they 'men was! so tortured by them thathe butterfly fairy had kept its promise.
> did not think of it until Mrs;Leavett walk: right up to it they will 'find it buta became insane and 'ran, off like a deer, Our Animal Friends. '

,. ... 'called James,.and.then.,to?his dismay be stick.or.stone: or some other, equally and although I had him .searched for for .. .
D.' SAW the'sun'sinking: behind the bilk: :He harmless thing Now, dears,..I have told several days we never found him.: ,Men
.' -., hurried to get. the:.hackle'and. start for you,a long.true story and as the lamp were frequently lost in _those.woods. .FOE ,Nervousness ,
....'L'. ;ham, butXn..Ia..Mt would not let him has.long been lighted Joseph can 'finishhis One day I,came upon'a melancholy sight Use Horaford'e'Acid Phosphate.

'go until 'he had eaten sapper, and both oQk."--Western; 'Rural. The, branch of ''a small 'birch was bent DR. W. C.: ,HANSCOME, Minneapo
Mr. and.Mrs.: Leavett .urged him .to)stay. nearly to the ground.over a ghastly heap
all night,.,but,,he.,knew bra mother waslooking .. ,''" of old clothes and bones. The small end lis, Minn., 'says: "I used kin, a case

:: ,_ ,' for him and he,feared be would A Bear,in a Fiat.Thirty of.the'limb was looped, and twisted in it of acute rheumatism, during ,convalescence -

...;. ''.' be punished for not keeping his promise., a years ago ,the South Shore of was a,bunch of sandy hair. This was all ;, the particular ,: symptoms I
., ,4\', James weafwith 'him'to MHR edge of the Lake Superior:was a great wilderness,. that was left of Mme poor fellow"who wished to relieve were,: sleeplessness
"". wood. ,' the was timid and',dared'not save 'a' few scattered towns 'along the had been lost, and lost his reason in his :and and the results
: nervousness were
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S ; far: .* :'; .. "' fear ,and despair. Afterward: we were ,,
: go shores. Back in the woods there ,was an "
children '
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::, : .. sot. require much bravery to,walk,' through miles or more. -There the explorer:,found .
r -... ...... two miles of,woods, OB 'a\wagon,road: much to interest him besides. the valua -
.: even if it was a dark evening, but it,was ble minerals which he was in search of. dlciE! : Accompanying ka portrait'oJ the late Pro(.,Edward .

f : }.:; very different then from what it is'now. The game was in the greatest abundance, a E. Phelps, ''M. D,.LL. D. of BattsBotrtk.

'It ?".: The country' was,'newly settled and.there both small and. great, and the 'remembrance College. lie was a strong,able BUM,:wfco stood
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: : w ro manywild animals,'but: Bbenvwas of it lingers pleasantly in S .
.: not naturally timid,and if he had obeyed mind'to this day. The student of natural my 1. high in the l literary and scteatSc world*. It Is not

.. -,,> 'his'mother: he would''- have,'had 'BO fear,' history top had muchto, learn of the ,, .generally.1 known,-bet k.kneverthdea,the troth i

=.: but childrenthen' 'weretaught<< ,to'obey habits of, animals' now::quite extinct in : that ProC Phelps was the discoverer of.what Is

.. 'i'f.:!:,.', their parents in all things,and they were that region. It was there that one could ,::, .. : known.to the Medical pr ifaaon"and. Chemists .

,, 5 ,taught from the'Bible'that it was a>great study the habits of<"the .black bear; tie universally as Pake's Celery'Coapwaad, anqtiestioeably -

,""] ,. to disobey so Eben) feared that 8oraetitfojr various upbearing ,animals,and fish ingreatvariety. one of the most valittble dtseorenes
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would to him. for
punish' .- Bear be '
,,.?, .,t. .. ', his. rnd.hpromse and"even the rare black'wolf ofctervlynx,..were to be,:: .. of this,century This remarkable ;scarps is

.''.. to _.t.L."J;;_ '' found without the' 'seeking, they-ran sot :nervine, *n essence,.a; sanapatjji, cc 'anj :

"It.was very dark in the deep-woods, across" one's path continually...,I' have devised article;bat a tflwwy,sad k BMtfks a .

.". ,. "bat Ebtn hurried\on aod. 'ha* got'over met the bear within ten feet and:neither, -, 'distinct step in medical practice aad the Heat..
-0" tatf',way through .the :woods: when.beSAW of us' flinched. Once I left the' trail to met of nervovs.cempka4iomaiMl Ute ''

j:: ,' .two gleaming, eyes :coning toward gather a few 'luscious, blackberries' thathung ; 'of all modem dfeeaiM :: ........ "It IMS greatest'a been a
USA. and ilia moment a dark animalfeabed ,fallen
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I. temptingly over a big pine. y '
'. % freely ad *tfed by:&e best dieal taker in the "
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him hoW frightened be _
past ; was.He .Ailing on the:other side drewm: attention _
-J. ,:was etireitws: no",Wild. animal, ,itami .. and looking up;;there was a,bearso k&d. ,and also by.;ftbe- kft< Bf-cheBQWTaiMl seieaTha -
be one oC,those drei.dfuljvttc busily' engaged i in the-same. pursuit :; thatforB. r troebies'; Der\'OtI6' eihbaust-,
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.. :""" t be, had, beard :of.:but.Dersr. } Been tithed in no way disturbed at my Late PROF''rIELsion. ;.insomnia h,
.. :at 'if should come> ';behind band appearance. He'went',on piokisg: berries dreaded and terrible Paresis, nothing has ever bees discovered which reach Ae: disorder

;.; ,'. ; him'off' M,be bad,beard.. of.. 'their gathering the: vines in his arms and and restores health equal. to t thin discovery' of Prof Trips

; .,,' ,'. ; tth naughty chMreo.:: eatikg induMnously'while: Iwas picking

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j been',defrauded:of the dues and rights ;: water 'Hyacinths: a trul-K' A.good.cement, is melted alum, 'but i'
r Oui .li11l'a1nQm: of, I womankind, .and t that probably beautiful plant, '''I ;awaked'results..- ifn never be.:wed wen;water and ,.1.: E

., the ballotfwpuIdTiaye! : 'protected them.It .. With the springappeared.the bright' heat, aree to come in:contact with,it. ,
':. ;j. ... :protects the :'ignorant t. foreigner;; itmaakes'him green'round.1 eaves,of each, thrust'Up] When onions are being\obked, the '
:wbMAre WO. l llmt.'JdI'- ''' the.pet: of politicians -for and floating, giving' ,promise :of' the strong;,. diSagreeable, odor rfky be. lessened .- ;:';',
e*.....Seae; riI : the-: .tingebeing; anyhow. Why.not flowers: 'to come, the red, :white, and by placing vinegar.pn i Ac sove. ., ;
I We:1Mar A great" deal in these days women'.in like manner? 'Yet the ballot blue; :simultaneously., We were delighted 'To purify the air in newly pinted _' ,
: oaf{ 'woman's -ratrts. What are has not:made murder less common.or and it became the, wonder: 6.C i room, put ,several ',tubs of watek in it .. v
"' limits?: -In' 'what' ,do, tfeey swindling fess/requent! The: passions the' neighborsWe- 'sunk numerous and it will :absorb much ,of' the odor., ,::.:

t t?; Can-v' they -be-'.defined- ?' Once and.brutality of-man' toward his fellow half,barrels'for the waste:water.to flow: To..clear a, stove of clinkers, 'p 'a '- :
.die long age,.when: tthe,firstysilow- are.not j checked ,by, 'any such, feeble into and planted, 'more'lilies, and set handful of salt 'into, it during a hot '
boy nestled, iff my.arras,, Lie- barrier:as the,ballot.. The:possession the margin in caladiums, callas, cat fire. When cold,* remove. the'clinkers .
ber heari'rclilcu, '. ioo-between- of, thefranchise; is no security against tails,:cannas, cyperus,, iris and ferns, with,a cold chisel.Fine ,L \ '; ;
women upon..the, subject] :and. I brass-knuckles or the sand bag or the which 'all, like the cool damp soil ,shavings from. soft' : pinewood \'-.
I.t tbought.the only_rights.a woman ; sql etto. Woman is' man's intimatecompaniorii around them. The next season, we make it pleasant' pillow. They-have
F F.se d were .the right'.to soeale-,"good ? ; the partner( his every enlarged our capacity, made, ,a, large special curative! .virtues for coughs and :: .
Bt love,:..t therighUo. the.love. of,.hr daj. lot, ,the object of his' affection tank, boarding the'sides and bottom .lung troubles. :- .
L D?:and the right .to a ,home. 'or:'of ungovernable: : passion and and plastering the 'same ,as the Remove ink stains from silver-plated .
fse wereall. ; the,rkbts:necessary for. cruelty,..as:the,case'maybe Y Woman. box. I became extravagant and ware by rubbing? them. with a paste Y
; good woman. One of the women Would\regard :his.wife ,as his political bought root of Ndumbium Specio- composed 'of chloride ,of lime andRater
Ded and_said_ caW. ",wiI1'wait' : ,until. constituent or-treat, her: in that caps: sum.or'Egyptian lotus, and one of the then :wash and wipe dry.
boy)has grown: 'to .manhood .and, citybut! :' rather 'as the ,sharer ,of his large white'water lilies- of,, California., Clean collars on woolen jackets:
..talk:" bed:and>board for life; and if he is not In one year the lotus has-entirely filled men's coats, ,etc, by sponging with
'1 U", .that golden_:head measures man enough to protect her as his wife,' my,tank.and wants,more room.. The !ammonia and water;, then with alcohol, .
twenty years, \but knot in:'earth's, noC ballot in her fair white hands large green velvety leaves;, rise far, t e ruITdry: with' a flannel doth.. "-,.11.,
i Other sous have': ,attained to would dive'her safety. .What a mockery ,above the water and above those stand Copper kettles'may be cleaned -and; .. '
& manhood; ;and. what do, I:say? :'a piece of printed paper:wojald be the queenly flowers of exquisite beauty polished by taking a lemon, cutting it
; I .consider"a ,few:, more righU. as.between, husband and wife in the and fragrance., The unfolded budsare in two; dip.one of the' pieces in salt
:to woman's' happiness,thaii privacy; of their'own.room.Womans '. like,gigantic'tea rose'buds,. but. sit andrub; well-over the copper;--..GoodHousekeeping.

__ considered_ ,necessary,, I; think 'life ispersonal and social.j expands the flush of pink; 'recedes .
,''h \t.a right J;: to a part of. :her,,h.6hand's hot political... If, -as_ she,approaches' to.the..margin ,and,tips of thewax-like BEOIPES. -
: ,income,: and that she has 'aright the'end .of':her career, she' 'feels-as petals, . to say how "the ,tkxesshe.pay; J s 'perhaps few women.do: 'not=that thereis stages, and many in bloom at one MAKING taffy may be AT made oSomeex.by:taking; one excellent -:; ,.;.., : '. ".'
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Mall be expended, and how,many;sa-. 'something'Blacking, that 'she hasbeen t time.Who quart molasses and half pound of.:' ,f;.
Loons would exist !today if women had .wronged anddefrauded: it is her wouldn't and couldn't have a )butter, and boiling the two until the mass ';'. -'
,the privilege ,of voting?;' But,yoii.say: own kindred,, her husband, brothexforsonor lily garden?, thickens.. This.will take. about half an "": i
the polk:are no place fo r:.awoi.to; perhaps the' members of her, For: :-_culture' in the open ground LI taking hour. Th.&n.out little stir with taffy a, it spoon becomes until hard on -' .
'visit. If,They ,are fit for ;woman'scloeestras5ociate have. amost; magnificent, .that f for .
own sex:"who ,have. wronged and defrauded1 on JBlmersion in cold water. Take, half l a' ,
,,:her:husband, let him ; :.her, and,'not community, s vaiitof, ..the true, name we call the Ba! teacup. of vinegar, pour Into the mass "
see that \they arejt for:,.her;, But trou: ,not:the I 'men"whq; 'buy and sell vofes.Consider .- hama ,lily;, because I bought Ute '',bulb and stir for half a minute. Then pour the -; '
say,, if ,a woman, voted,;she would_,expect &: from a fruit schooner, over'(011r-years taffy! into buttered tins or dishes, and. set I ',

to,hold,ofIi e;:, There: are: as onerous 4' I. ago. It'. has withstood all ,the cold 'aside' CREAM,to cool..CAKE.- woeggs-one.ha1f cup '-. ,,,, ""
'duties thai a',woman performsashakling : the Lilies.For ',winters s.ince'then. I 'usually 't throw: sugar, two tablespoons cold water, one: I .:... ;,
office;,and,as to,her:ignorance I Our Rural Home. setaething over.it. very cold nights ,to half_ teaspoon: lemon ;extract .three- '- .
'k the'average: woman!! ,;any ;more! :ignorant I think.we.have been bicribers'to'y save. ',the'leayes, as itis a, very ornamental fourths/cup flour, one teaspoon baking "' .
;than_theaveragernan: ;: ?, 'A woman ur _most' valuable: and interesting plant aside from the flowers: powder Bake in. two::, round shallow -',::\.'. :. .'
does .not think ,as.close,. on, politicaas' paper, 'almost' from its first issue,; It never dies ,clown but stands erect, Cake' ,pans.sweetened: Fill and wit l''flavored. .eiie'; 'cup to taste thick .' ..
\ cream 1
.. 'does her: brother man,. because'she and still!! greet its weekly coming with palm'like, with.bulb as large as a i whipped stiff with Dover eggbeater. I"< A, '
.. kaows.it:will:do. ,her .good.t: iokeep,: awelcome:: l snuTe. ,1 have read (!much gallon bucket;*, but of. the flowers I- ,TAPIOCA, JELLT.-r-Soat.a quarter-',of a' ;..
posted, as she' ,can have -no voice Jn: that theladieshavedone: : 'and, are, doing would especially speak. A long pound tapioca in water enough to coyer t'. ,
the i and.thought."Lwould'add! mite.' stout It. Let it stand.several hours, then stir ;. ;
matte whatever; and if she't triesto my 'stem' springs from Jhe root, ...
it into of water. Simmer
pint boiling
talk-,to' her ,better, ,half, ten;chances You:may.publish: it if you' like or_ con- and attains, the ;height ,of three ,feet slowly a till it appears semitransparent.Sweeten .- -
'to'one; i if he; ,does:not 'i intimate, ,if..he sign'it.to":the,; waste.. basket. It is a bearing;'one,large,flat bud( and out of it to taste,:and flavor with wino ..

.... does not ,say,so,-.that/the.subject plea, for. : the; lilies.;. .,"Consider the this.bloom :.forth from, twenty-five' to and nutmeg if approved of by the phy "
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is "toodeepforY oei1'myrder'! 6, lilies' : thirty-five beautiful pink tinted lilies sician. Turn' into cups,or molds
There are:thousands of' small lakes with :crimson midribs of exquisite
Very_few men would /DC.willing to .
awn, :when' their 'children' :are. ,rom and margins i .of .large'ones that, 'touch sweetness. It, blooms every' month .. : .1..
that.the:girls,are mentally .inferior,':to' as: many homes :in our fair' Florida from,.spring till cold weather; 'was in CROUPY SOUNDS ,

the' boys..' I ,think, i instead o('sayjagaM which;are, 'now .unsightly that might full'bloom' in March, 1.891" when thefreeze At nfght,'froin bftby'a_crib, are dletract.- ,
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men are born free; 'and_ equal,..we beconverted;: ,intoa, "thing: of beauty: ';came. propagates itself from J ing to' parents who, are at a loss for .. '
should say ,aH melt and women are and 'a joy 'forever;" by planting? the the rotJ but:tht:parent stalk or bulb, medicine equal to' the emergeacy. -_
3f.f. ,bora free and,equal, Some say' there hardy :Varieties! of water' lilies aridplants stands separate'and distinct in its huge Not .8-0 with those ,who have Ayers
oo- .negro,has: been with the round, South Florida. of this,.medicine affords,, certain' and -
power is- ecittise he.has been kept :inj experimenting .some of the year:' in' It -
speedyrettet. To cure colds coughs,sore r
:' awance. so long he has :no. use' forms : most:rare'and;beautiful. andfnd them now has two blooms, ,one of twentysevenlilies throat jwtHma, bronchitis,, hoarseaew,
k reasoning powers., How much perfectly rhardyin.our climate.: As:I : and the other of thirty-: the various disorders of"the' breath -. .., 'E'and ,
.Ion tet has"woman.been in, thraUdoni? am not-blessed with ,a lake or pond,; I four.. What.is it? ing apparatus, Ayer's Cherry,Pectoral ;
'For eighteen .hundred years, has:,shewora have substituted, a tank., The' first M. E.. AIKEN.. .. has no equal. .It soothes the inflamed. .. *i'"w r.
me..yoke and although in" some' war,but;;aaarge'dry; goods'box sunk in : St.Augustine' ,Fla.' e. tissue! ; promo, es .
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Stetes the is the ground laths nailed .on the .ideS "Useful''XBowledRet czpecto-! /'la''// F" ration : ', -
yoke gro iDg :old and : l and In. : j C or'...., : doees re-
shows many:weak places,still she is in arid Bottom. and plastered with cement 'To purifjrwater,' hang. a small.. bag' pese..Cap' U.Carley, .,
thraiidoffi yet.. Butthe} ignorant, fart- ,and ,!filled about half full' of oft charcoal in it Brooklyn, N"::L, writes: "I havt.ueed ) ",x. ;.." w .
comer or negro<< can'"vote :and the cry. muck;enriched with.cow pen manure. For toothache, try oil .of, sassafras, ,Ayer' Cherry.Pectoral l.ln my family for :; :'

goes'up' from many throats' how long,, We have,;a/stream, running from "asmall and apply it frequently necessary. the thirty-years beet, remedy aw\ have''for" 'croup,always, to fail which it ;;;:-.,:; i:? z
Lord how' long!; ? Not TeaHy how artesian ':well, sulphur! .',water, Vinegar bottles may cleaned with complaint my children were subject." : ,;4. -: '
,,long before she can go to':' .the' polls, i that keeps' :it full: and overflowing crushedeggshells in'a' little water.If '(I ti e Ayer's Cherry..Pectoral fa niy ;-" "';r:, '
and vote, for"there. is, nothing,; in''the through:a cut in 'the end:, 'We planted the cotorjhas; been takes out ,of practice, anti ,p oawmce.Jt to be HB- ;'z r W "
motion 'that forbids,'woman,that acme'of''.the-native Varieties of lilies,", silks by fruit 'stains, ammonia willusually 'eq oftled :M .a remedy for: ,..cdids aadeo ', ,\.
privHefe,- for is. 'sHe;. 'dof>> : a citizen? and sent. north:-for.a. root:of :IfyHfAaiaDtvenitHsis ;restore*the:color. gfcs."-J. G. Gordon,. ){..,D./Camll q":" ':' .:
; Sws4y yott can call. hW! :nothing,:less, 'one."of:the most choice ofr To brighten carpets,'wipejthcm with' :Co.. .,Virginia.! .. ::. 4 '
if.she eaanot.say:how her taxes are;to, the, red'water' JnHes, arid a root of warm'water.in-which has beon'pouredafew ',' < S'.
,be spent. '***.. iVjw y* ,Za**& sir; a beautiful drops of"ammonia. 'she... 'Pectoral : / .; <'
,_.. ,_There, are many women; .who, :as' Mae variety: :. This 'wai 'all I, couldpoeetagsfd A:good liniment 'for' is" .a.aion i ..1 .... ., '.-..
l % s _. back:: over' A disappointed } at the rates charged by rheum; swellings, efec." if i chug Pr- fftr
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<(';-',&., y. TOMJ&WYMe, -, i, Staff Coatrtb&toiT but! 'algebraically'is'an unknown'jquari: .' ing'when you, gaout on the 'front My wife will ;)makefa quilt and. Twill l"
;: '. ., tit :: Those 'the kind' 'ofpreachers to. wash face are help the young fellpw'athis' house" :
:; are ,only gallery" your you :
.:: 7 OorTeetion.f'; : .: ;.that ever visit my 'house,,.' alarmed:'to see the whole yard working raking! ;' but/I'll/' be blessed'if I get any' -
;';j / ut week, from The,, Times-Unioj' feut.-bless'their faithful"hearts.they, are alive'with little wiggling, shrill-voice silver "tricks". J to hang' 'on the centre:
> epOrt.or fihe 'Dade City meeting,. we welcome; and there never,'-wIll be a things. Trouble begins once. You table.If I were to 'go:there with, a
gave the'total number: of.Allknceme] 'lay; "when 'there: ,is 'no '4ipre cnefs! .wife;is a little -cross: at, the breakfast basket of:potatoes arid a middling of
:t t: : :'. in the State at. 5,46o. :The official room" at,Belhaven. Itwasin the old .table and the biscuit are scorched.' meat-thingsI ll'y:neededI! wouldbe
.' 'I ? :.= statements vary somewhat i bat ,the 'Belhavehof: Ry-boyhood where .clus, Your dog,' poor fellow, dare 'not leave, l laughed to scorn. I'll'not 1 go!/N6. -
;I ,. .., number should probably. be aboutrood: ter:the tenderest :memories. of 'a 'life his kennel for fear of getting whipped, sir; 'I won't have any'silver "gimcracknQnsens .... : a
: :", larger. time'and'within'itsblessed:: : walls .Bishops ;, and if you go 'out into the yard you I so I'll stay ;at home'and /
;>'v '..:,'' ; ,* rt'f. 'Pierce,,Doggett/Barker and Kave feel something soft under your ,foot gather my pinders 'I like:''the.you&g j
', Farm Statistics -.No.: 6. tiaugHW\ samtly ,memory' slept :!the and mentally bless all hen kind',because man and'woiilbVrjiray' '' him if neces- ;
Ao I don't know how to please all'Aliiancemen sleep\of'the,just and? the ,Websteriar you have' stepped on one of the< sary, 'and I'll 'give him a, bushel 'of' "' ,
and at the same, 'time' tickle 'Keener*'spent aiweek! '' :shall'never forget little shrieking 'fluffy dots. Then you; pindersfor next :year's seed;.but, no '
the balance of :)mankind, but :if these ;. Those- were, some of the 'gre t wife-quarrels with you until you feel'so silver folderol, for me There 1 is..ted'
matters herein recorded as" pertaining 'ones,*but:they'are not greater than'the, mean ,that- you go' off to the lot-and much diic' and /oJrg"ab.oat: ;:these) ,
to the farm 'are not '"diversified. scores:whose,'names are now lost tceartK kick your 'poor innocent mule in the< weddings nowadays.to.suit:my idea of-
enough then I mistake the' true 'purpose ;' :'but'=:recorded''Heaven. Heroic ribs.; A man has to vent his feelings I Farmers; ,Alliance'principles.rfemember ..' ., ': ,)
,of an.agricultural writer. self-sacrificing: circuit rider! Since ]I on .something., when all:the-neighWrs" ,:
My Irish potatoes area'now'ripe and .reflect''tipon'if':11: believe Til:' ',kill a'ten- :"Soon ,you begin fto think! fried I. used to;save'up\eggsTorargreat: 'cak -,
we are having some'of the, best''yege- dollar;:chicken'the1:next. time a ''realtyhumblejpreachbr chicken"and the preachers find'it con! I baking ,when 'the' ladies would get :
table dinners at Beltiaven just, now" > : comes to my house. venient stop for a word of prayer I together,:and it was worse_ than a quilt,
Oct. '26th say; ,that,we:have' had _(during -: :While was*in DadeCity: 'saving:the at, your house; but by the time the( ing.. Such,a l lot of cake asf'they''used:' 7:
,:, the entire,year, and: I ,could alsc o country:; and running 'for every cei hawks get their share and the 'pos! to bake, and it*:was sure-enough pound. r
,, ".' tell some. very thrilling, yarns, about ,i in.the.sift Qft the Alliance-getting}left sums are satisfied, the cholera.comes I cake too-none of :your make- elieve-
the good eating at my house 'since; 3. every time-an1\old hen with' one' little to your' rescue :and you, are saved., truck with fancy names like 'angel'swhisper" .
>:y gothome from my Alliance journeys,':, chick got into my garden and ''ate' : It is then too late to plant your fall I and "fairy,dream" or'a'dozen
1.. :- but I'll 1Qt.tell: thebi'lest'' :',Major:Camjj: everyJ cabbage'. plant. I .had. The garden untiKthe fall crop of _chickens I other* 'attractive ,titles to.make fup-for- .
.t. bellsharpen his pen and,tell l a bigger? f ;plants were very :small and, were;,'waiting 11.- "The rooster is ;deceitful creature,, the loss:of butter and eggs.. I suppose':' ,
one. From, all parts of ;)Florida'', I.arc i irik j ,one corner' 'to get-.sufficient: somy: wife says. S Sometimes, ;finds! every man had a mother arid she could
getting inquiries 'about, ;my..cats', :anc strength, to stand alone. They'will ,. a bug by accident and, then he kuk, bake better cake than any other man's '.
several friends Have written ,to know never';rget'if now. That .reminds,me' ktik-kuks until a'lot of hens run up to mother. I can almost taste the good
!, J' : i if Joe has returned_since his.'unfortunate T; of'a' :composition t 'brice wrote' entitled see what it is all about, when he deliberately -j old 'po nd.cake of thirty: years ago' '1
affair with tuckyHik;: :Yes, .Jo< '!'Shewout'. those' chicken!"; in which. swallows the bug and dances I even ,yet, and "iri; dreams' alone'1 Islip ; ,..t
: came back. He had been off',to. .,Isaid;. :: ; around with one wing dropped' down, i again into mother's pantry with a 1\\
sharpen :his claws'and: 'as' he,"entered ,"The chicken} is a feathered bipedwitha putting on more airs than .an Ocala case' knife to the 'dead1t' 'risk of both j 1;
the yard his tail swelled to the'size pi :\ bump ,of:'destructf veness well dude- I soul? and body. Yet, for d1 'that, my'; 181
: > II' a I lamp chimney, p while,:his 'voice= developed... In the early'morn.when '."Newmowneggs are 'Very good. wife canmakeall", the'cake necessary .
filled all'the' trembling air with :dreadful your last and sweetest: nap hovers o'er Ditto, chicken pie. It is next to *un-: j to my happiness if I"" :will only furnish
: sounds. Lucky Hit 'met J'''him out t you.and' you are nearer Heaven' than handy for an Alliance man to, raise whattheold: darkey called ,the "gree-
: near the, potato house: 'with. ,His ;tail l. you::are ever likely to get:in reality the chickens and vegetables the same 1 gencies." I have "'talking about\;
swelled out of all. reason. too and chicken opens its, moutl .and disturbs farm. The vegetables soon get inside I cake. I am blessed if I don't have.a-:
; triumph in his mocking voice, but .in the' entire neighborhood,. then goes the chickens and the man makes'haste notion'of going-to the {wedding: 'after
less than three minutes' ,. during'which" down,into your garden 'and appropri to get outside the chickens.i Altogether all. Rather than;furnish fifty dozen
we were treated. to one of the' finest : #ates"i your'early' vegetables. Chickens the' chicken has a hard time. What eggs and fifteen pounds of butter'as '
". circus performances since, ,the, days:9CI: are: both 'male :and female( that; is, with hawks, weasels, 'possums, polecats mother used to dO-all in the I interest '
r ,:.::1 1>> ;i Kilkenny t.he skinned around' the some of them are of the:male:.gender preachers, Alliance editors and of'population ,think it \would be; '
} :. ,, "N corner like that: thing which! once and. some are hens.. Physiologically other Cvarments,' life ,to a chicken is more'econom c Ji;more en.regk, more
"-.y ; broke loose in, Georgia beating:"tan speaking! ,,.. no single chicken, is both hardly worth living. In fact, a yellow apropos, more f' -s &tr-iAay and more .
> bark. Oh it beautiful( ,and com. : The male is called lives out half ,its ad valorem
''S* was male female:. legged pullet rarely: to get a pewter napkin ring y c
.r.:::,.': pensated.me for all the toils of along' a .rooster and sometimes 'the! hen isYa": days., I forgot to mention that the 'Dr mess. of souvenir spoons. -, d U < J
f 'summer:'; campaign,upon the:,sub treas rooster.j, ,She.::is a rooster when she colored;citizen Is fond of chicken too Tow SAWYER: ]>'V.%'-.' H
'& ;: 'K._ :""r:. ., ;ury idea., I".would rather see :and: 'roostsThe. "rooster" generally does -three or'four of them atone, sitting., ).. (:;:"t I ,'>
d : ;;s hear a genuine cat-fi, ht thanlisten'to? : '' ,the crowing When'a hen crows or'a The chicken is compelled to roost high. ::Boycotting a Florida-RaUro d.-, :
.' :c- ". "'s4-: Campbell and: McKinley' 'discuss the girl whistles: they 'both come to,some when he'is about and sleep with its SditorAlliiBceDepartmeai; I'
., ;{'' : tariff. My children, ,clapped their. )aderid.. The, hen gets potted.arid head under only one wing at ,a time. Your paper is. the organ of the .
4'4'.r .'-. :I:': : bands and shouted their joy while,the he girl gets; married. :Sometimes the Sallie, run shew'those wretched chickens Farmers;; Alliance and: Industrial
;' 3- dog barked and old Jumbo crowed hen lays an egg overwhich she:"makes ; out of the gardenl"! Union and is also published ia the/
,A#, :.r } ',*": hw l loudest Lucky ;Hit ;will:\ now a'great'fuss, and 'often times the' girt' I am invited to a adin-g""the" interest of. the, fruit growers of tfeef f"?
,r-! : submit 'to.the. prefix "un" and come A ,I sings ,a lay and makes another fuss. 'first since I came to Florida" =but State.' For this reason I ask spaceiapyour '
,' w': "- BO'more:to toBelhaven, whlleo.e sleeps The rooster'is sometimes called cocky .hall not go. 'I would really, like togo valuable paper, ,to make some!v,
,t / ,quietly"pn the rii :with ng.neto: molest( ) Englishmen, and 'other'heathen for: if there is one thing I like better suggestions and recommeBdatides t '"
: m or make,him afraid. *" p people. but we call him a nuisanceout than Alliance pie' it': is weddingcake the shippers fruits, ,vegetables aid' |
: ': Speaking! of, chickens. ,reminds :me at,ray house because he makes so and to salute the bride. I can't phosphates in theState.: :: TV". ; \
: : that'I was'.intending to get me .sore much,noise and don't l lay anything. afford" to go. I am* too poor, and allon At the 1 last meeting of the:Cwwrty i
: ;. 10 high toned ones and get ,myself rich, In[ 'the early spring time when the/Nlex account of that abominable habitof Alliance, at Ft:McCoy, Metank: A. .
.', ::',' .> ., 'but: 'when I found thatthey cost about: 'mans 'ma1 es1ife a burden and>the bestowing wedding presents. Why P. Baskin,- J.. C. Chambers'and :J9r
,$20 'a pair I, objected to,the other'fel-. young: man'sthoughts; lightly ,turn-to should I be obliged tospend; ten, or correspondent were- appointed:a ee m., ,
: )I low getting' rich 'so .s suddenly. ,Besides love, the hen ,will get full of young twenty dollars give the young pea mittee to confer. 'and'correspOBd with
13 ; would.look, rather like,putting ,truck] and like. silver JOlher and the different .
'l ; ., it garden .lay a.:good one, I plea methiDg- :: get traasportation cowpa-
) on airs to kill. a ten-dollar yellow- until 'suddenly"she' .turnsher:feathers r ny' name in the: morning, paper as lies'that carry: our' fruits, 'vegetables ;
f lagged pullet for,some, poor.but-pioue; wro-ng'way.and begias to cluck.., Then I met:of the< "distinguished company?" and phosphates,out of,;.Florida', tothe '
;;'r Baptist ocgethodis'peeecher: : 'whose she becomes: an.incubataralso asqualliBg rll[ :Jiangedif; I do it! If the.youmg Eastern "and Western IMrk..., 'This
!:us&lry: tc always represented: by "X! ," Eutsance. She retires for I people need a pair of pigs or setting !Committee has corroapoaded, fafly
.;., ,,.:,.' which doeseot always.staBd.oc, tern.t .about .three weeks. and one" sad,morn.r ,of Brahmapootra: eggs I am,agreeable. .' with. said:; 'companiesa 4"' after die 4'
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deliberation -,have. ''formulated"a'perand : to---ar .H it-aH..I-eaB't"see, used tera* tobacco m, Missouri and. I

.recommendations-on the transportion Kow- ,.i toget: :qyerjC-, '::ii:called'" : the. ..': ,,hen'.we, =got: six to eight cents :;we. .RICH. FLORIDA- LANDS. .
questions, which was.puftished "s, ..b4fe, _* tiry.JI V ""# r ..*.. u *, made'l.qts..of .moneyfor: :' farmer_ / and .....
In: the daily,:Florida Standard,',of'Jacksonville -. I;,laaYJ}tttt read fcfd., !'H;Walker's; when- "we got: ten cents: 'we became #
J ,of the2th; inst,;and!:would explanatijip.yt .He.says: : ,y ';The-idea: purse-proud; plutocrats. ''I've 'seen i'
turn'to jaid Standard and)get t plan obtains,wkh mart .,that .the ',.objec t. of hemp' 'raising, tobacco raising' and
or'report of this committee; .andipufclishit tbei&,'treasury: : plan:',is 'to. :stOfe :or stock;farmers hold, as' high a;head'anc -
; 'also,'for .the benefit 'OJ the : bO j, elc.: JJi i and
; : ,ship- war! tjag c ltnral'Poduc;. : easplutocratic'1; as :anybody
,PersThis'Colsli Also; ,rthiki warehousing..or. ,storage'-r charge as. much interest when 'mer-
ttle; has 'recommended agricithaiipaodets' ; :(or'tending/* i chants t d ,it :as ,any plutocrat.. ..,.
,that,the producers and.shippers ,combine money:. @.is a}:mot;;:of; necessitypairof -a, Andit: ose:farmers up'in Dakota; who '
:against the, S.., F.:*& W. 'Ry.,' : tfeepfem.1 1 > -*. are'just-exchangingwheataswe oughtto

,;a part,of the Plant.:: .system, and ,taketheirbusiness 'I Jiave heard:.,of another: plan? ', butso be,rice'for.the dollars-we'll do.the
) from this road, because far failed';to:get:'any description,or same'.thing and won't' give heaping, j
,we have.::heretofore ,shipped our prod. definite/idea'?'of -what Jthat t. "other running-over) ;, measure because ,the
uce 'almost:exclusively over this. line plaa'!pis;r- If': they''' (nifj-' )ropose..to Russians:are in a ,starving condition,
and thereby made, it rich and arrogant:'' store agncaltwai products and borrow either.. "

,And, (notwithstanding i this :fact, 'i it{ money;6jr them/,wKat'bite es''of; the Keep on reading till you come, to, Farmers and .
added,,ten centsmore, to its'old rate;. suktrefwury" ?? ;"I :will admit:''thaUtheobject where_ JamesWejster; anothericolored: Stop Think ,.. : s
., on the'box of oranges, .and'considerably } bid;t get(.money;:and' the storage: man, has sold ''his' crop and, has ''be- WHY Spend the best ,years pT your .. "-
increased'tl e..freight'rates'; on vegetables -:; products: is.only the.means'or plan come a ''bank depositor.: Don't stop life cultivating the soils of the'frozen "'' '
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'on'Our shipments ,of last ,season for,gettferk.--'have:no fault'to find yet, but go on".till:you read 'what'The' North and West raising crops on which >;* V"- .: .
; and. notwithstanding the fact that with tfe ofejeef;but !the pUn:.is:1:what tJ Tropical Sun'says about what'has been the freight;is often not realized; when/ ",.t. :#, t
the present orange crop'is,much larger ana after! 'How.are.you going to,get (done on'Indian-riveri Now showme: you can buy. land from undersigned, ,.; "
and,the vegetable crop promises>,to,be something out"af;r nothing? It ':asrthedos'tliet'makes.the'taiil ; a man>In' alf tHis l land, :farmer or any- rich and fertile as any known lands, s:: ... '.".'' 0 ... ,'
'much, larger> also and the increased : wag-t>i tco:-', body else;.if. he'had a bank on Indian and where you can raise a crop that the t .;
product of the phosphate mines:giving Walker 'Se nlato. have ap'! 'by c' riyer;: who ,wouldnot; receive'all'.their:- United States Government will pay.a '. :', ;
prospect: of largely increasing the business ,' whi&alreitail''can- ,wag without,t; 'anyclog deposits knd.lend'; them at rates't>of'interestjaccording BOUNTVf$zoo'on each acre-' ," ,'>-
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:of this road, 'it, >still-'persists in 'except in{naipe., J ,! < '\; : -to- the security_ offered. HOLD ,On, this isn't all. You can sell' ;.:j. A
maintaining'its high tariff of freights. ',1T 'sub treasuryseems '.toAb&'th.ecause ? '! NowfMn n ; > :. Editor; I t-would just,like the said crop right there 'in your home : .
:The committee ha also recommendedthe ctf contention' ;> Have1 market-for' You -
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*: mare to your' confidence= a little; I $250 per acre. for I .,
shippers ''to'bille: in favor of mcn.than'anything,else;and if there is won't! ,:betray:'it. ,Do you actually J be the "Howand "Wherefore.." :
the' ,Georgia, Southern, and Florida any; ay.of explaining J itto'the'ssatiefac-t lieve'these'National; banks keep all. Quite right-facts and figures count best. ,.

,Railroad and: .,eve,all their business! toy Lion"of: i its opponents;'it-' is) 'now' ,f5me these deposits {and, won't lend them Plant the Land with Sugar Cane.. : '
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this .road until the S.,. F. ..& W., is it WM d4iie." 'W.7T only when :they; can get ;:exorbitant, .. '. __
brought tfo 'its'senses.. Our.reason for. ; -: le, :.o'_ tf26.,1S9i.. .... '..._ interestfor: ;: : them? Do you'think'whentheycanrt TO OLD Farmers and.careful 1 J perus' '
this, is because :the G. S., &' F. ,has, liver Man His H.Own Sub-Treasury. / .put the screws, to a fellow ers'of;papers, the fact that there is now -
shown itself,to'be' friend to the" ?: established near Kissimmee, 'Fla. the .. :
a people 1 tarAlilaaceDrpartnt: .- they just>.keepthe; money there to lookat ; : ,
and' is: willing to accede to, the Don't it make yofir:'head' swwwhen.v : 4 ? Hbw.much.more :do they use of St. Cloud'Sugar Refinery, is stale \. ';
demands and needs of the- same' in you- hear-T6mSawyer ,tell a Oit.'all, the people's' money on deposit than news.Ve are talking to all our
:the fact:;that it,has.already;reduced those millions"the three National banks their-capital: l lbd :when' they don't friends. Sugar cane can be raised as ,,
passenger rate,to !two'centsper mile, he-names.have on depowt t?'|f.And don't meeHtbe: ;,demand of J the depositor cheaply as corn, and Uncle'Sam will-; '
t and it is further willing to,make every you have: sympathy, for-Majpr J .Camp- what is the consequence? Is it any pay you a bounty of two cents per pound -;.,,,
concession that, is made possible by the bell.because he.caa'trget. 'any :without wonder:they w xrt'lend,money at low on the manufactured sugar. The St: .. ... ; '
other:roads. WM, H ," Cloud'plantation in Osceola Co:; Fla., ',': ,
KSON., paying'i'r; .cent,and;trimmings! for rates"'of interest unless m convertible. : ,
orange X.ake,, ,' averaged 4,500 pounds sugar tothe:: ,
it?, Especially irhea'he' des you I and;:Pr.9mpJ payTng'securities? .
The publication in the Standard. he don't'want,' any -for. 'hw own; use; Now: ;,lIQoUt: his vtrimmings.' and fee acre, last, year. 'and it will go 5',000'. ; .
here ,referred.,to .does mot materially, andnever: ;!in:;all l-.his :life,did,::he pay afarthingto'any business., The man wHo pays this pounds this year.METHODS :,: "
differ from ;the above in its recommen "'lthtfdrprty''.',to.get it ought not to' borrow money becausehis ? This! isn't the only big '.
:dations. We cheerfully give place to? for; him, in":'the-; way of trimmings orfees. poor credit'is the result of his in chance of your life, however.: The 'aro
1.-lr. Hicksoa's letter, and we wish it : *I'.will take };occasion: :toiay, I ability! )I it;.and even if.he had it cultivation of rice lands about Kissim,1.:
toad been more,specific by giving exact know'where thereis'a: ;very considerable at thje,:pr9ffer d government' .rate of 2 nee is.to become an assured, profitable "
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,.figures.;as to.freight charges, made :*he'two railroads mentioned. When the'banks named where good 'convert- payback- the principal.. ''Still; you.woudrsnd.advocates'of truck.market-garden lands in the < .
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the people come .to feel their powerlessness ible? 'security i .will, ,obtain all that is the sub-treas= world than the land on the rich overflow '. '. t
in the.contest :with:,railroads. wanted, (a veryjnach ,.less 7 per vcentrtha : u system around thicker than pen or bottom, lands about; Ki56 m- j'' '..>' '4
'perhaps r they will agree to elect a:Legislature .twelve witho tafiy tri HniDgs.,1' sion'agents.. .How they would swarmto mee. 'VnteJor confirmation, to Col., !'.;; <
that ,will! resurrect the, Railroad And I'can;tell, .you; of ysome men fill out blanks'of application to'' become A. ''K. McClure, editor Phttadtlphi : ,
Commission., who asee. getting ;Jt: .without(any;j per :appraisers of land and agents ,Timer< ,. who "has personal knowledge. 1 "
Meantime:we consider the, 'boycott centj:, ;tjttftttuni; '; about the. poorestweapon'of': defense. read what A.,E:.Lindsky:says. Come. just exactly'how to, ,get at t the. thing! :proves already! cultivator\ bearing, ;. A '
,* or, offense, that t4.DY civilized people forward'tovp fe"794; read ''ever adopted:; Men' do not transact Llambias.has got to get his,wants sup.' for t1ii .; Wbat;need is there for pen- lie in seeing! before any'one,else. I
business sentiment,or passion. 'The plied..: ,Read'down a little,?and :see ifyou sion agents?' Ts there any differenceingettbg / BEAUTIFUL HOMES The health -: : 4 ''I
-.farmers and fruitgrowers oft Florid 'won't : l der\'bat'; F., M'.:)Rogers ,-pension' papers and getting ulness, and beauty of Kissimmee ', : .'
'will ship their produce by that, railroad -. wiUdowjdiall: ',;his.Won't'. ;: he: l have_ I mfrtreasury'papers; to'get, money on? have never been questioned. ..No'i':
:which will give' them the :cheapest I a,good h< kthydepostt'acco: tiloatbsfkx _i&T his ,'Andtdo;you'think'these; ,,' 'fellows would diphtheria, no consumption, no jneu. _" .' .
best and speediest service. The. ll \/Or: possibly, having read I open.nlCe'jhardWQ09.fin: offices monia-in fact, read our medical;
boycott is an un-American' thing and 'something ;:of, the correct business :with, carpets'on the floors and ,nice Beautiful villas or '
cottages
unworthy', of the citizens of 'this,great 1 habits of .the'ChemJod.bank,of N. ;Y.. walnut,. oil-finished 'desks and 'wear lots report.suitable' for,.residences, "Write. -F t
and 'free ..republic.. The recent boyCott from::away, back::he may send 1 His balance nice clothes and have, 'a horse, and, for terms and particular j ',, :d "
; of the Florida' 'railroads against 'there folsah-keeping, :to:check buggy",eta,-,aBd..not .charge, .for ;feesand untold .Y 4. i
the G.. S.- & F.,and that of.the Marion on 'nrhe ', ;lM5wants][;, to. lend,, :and trimmings? How, ,much money COME SOUTH, And get : .. ,. ;
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climate f
County 'Allnttce against the S..j F. & if he'knds, ,it for, less than current would the-pbor! :Jjorrpwer 'have: when quantities[ of the grandest In: ,. '4' '
the world free with each acre of ground ,
*W. are both, .0(a.piece-unworthy,of rates Ke win do .ore"than, any-farmer his, 2 per"cent.and .fees and trimmingsconic' ',
the intelligent bodies ,of 'men. 'who I:ever...... Now read down'a little out tt ''Now, you' are ,the ,Alliance purchased Come, .where:in you,the.can till.,: ,* ... :gin* ,
months '
promulgated .them.-ED. further and..see whether Jed:-Johnson, Editor,;rofthis; ;:paper; .and_ you the soil twelve ,year. '' -.
write.toineforfullparticidars.K:
,. -- ,-.-*- colored& ha ;to.:pay any, >13; per ,cent. ,ought:to:know all :about this matter., Atleast .
How JU; Money to Come?, and;trimmings #for:mopey- Dea't'E you "really believe; infinitely wai.t .. VAl'l.eN' : : .. r
ditocAtM.a And read still oi the 'same 'for-such', they Klm"ee Fls. .
.: n srtat.t: then >etter: people-and are: '
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I am an _Alfeaceman clear: through page:where;: tell( i bot1t the .tobacco the ones who tare' led to believe f the g ttoo AMsoeiated Railways laink,aa4 tie ."'0.
and;'all over,' and ia M sympathy sop beiBf,sold:in:some place for from' "moaey pbwer"Tk', ,enslaving and ppprcaiinf toads mate of K1Mi, wgar'cane flfte Land Co., rice, trucking,. ,: dk -i I
with there aims,'and daitecIi ,a* x'''thirtf-ive to;forty; ceats per pod tem--to'go: .to work and fruit; graziag, timber, general far l lag. ;';f Y
understand them. But there k, one a&4 cdfeftd: a'w "kiRc'labo; f with aise:tobacco:and.'rice and- razofbcks and heme'Ian da., $endfoc map &l0wl .:; .
t don't uDdent H. 1 clic Why Mr. EfttW,, and.>sot,borrow? t.a thing: .. ...'f.; big s. we .. ..'. ,. .
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4. -_ -' tfiete United States: '.for offer One .Hundred Dollars 'c '"
:of are ; -# ': ..! 'J lee Ia. ter'e_Qe1de" "
:' '::;f: .- : d e,'under'dog In{:the.':fight, especially Reward for, any case of.Catarrh .that "To Insure. insertion in this coiama. advertisements .

1' if tbe ,under, dog I kf. a :dog of. good .cannot be,cured_ \>y taking HaU's.Ca- o2g1rAVbRITIC J '.IH'.E"- must be accompanied by,the meaey.AdTerUsements .-
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must'aot '
exceed fifty'.words.
character I. want ; ,relate tarrh/Cure. '
to
1 : j just a : shown in rat;wttk IWISsstntod '
Kttle. .to' show; the .ol : 'CHENEY: & CO.Ptops.To'' ...MIf. sa. Postage Stamps receired! ia pcymeat.'
,rastxnce fallacy f F.
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;''$_ aa4. elf thr.adiag ?" ,' .Count eyery,word! "indadinjf same aad address.
g this continued' vociferation about the l .....welt
a : ; ledp.XXVe j : oan getuwu. ...
oppression; of the'poor and',the;grinding \ ,. thcAinderiigned,. ..have;''known _msnnfaetay. 0 IIUJdMt0U.f.,of., :saV... .Gam___, 'TNTERJ' : ,ACHBN BULLKTZK' Will' send a copy

of;their,faces the : : Warnnted J 7M1'1'J' : 1 of this document to all applicants seeking a,
: by money power: F. J. Cheney for the JastI:i5.years, and ... I. good winter*res&t'L.G.' W! HASTIKOS,' Interlaeken
..1IYE DIll IANRE CL
; ,. You last there believeliim honorableirialt: FJat u5t
is 6 'remember: summer were :.perfectly: W'W 1 -. 't. +1 .

1.. .'.: ."* very litrmgent,financial! times,:.and ,every -, business .transactions! ; and..financially J'.rnsaJi"n. .. ..' iB,2. DOUtTRYTFOR SALE-Thoroughbred stock

/ good hottest banker both National able,tq carry out any,obligations,made "" i Brahma hens, full grown also cockerels aDd

4'o 4;" "o and:' others, 'to protect'; their delimited by.their firm. -- 0 pullets Leghorn; imported. Address Red W.Pyle KEYITTOK Games,and I'CDsacola White: ,
salleD.r on -
.' :pofttors, ,their;line,:of discount, West & Truax, Whii : ggist, .U.aBiaadtfd! .Vrrr Fla. It

; and',some refused to discount. at all. Toledo Ohio. -' :
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r .SCALESr PEAS, 75C.per quart,post paid.W.
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'-'. I know ,a,farmer wHoha4a;: very large l Walding Kini! an & Marvin; Wholesale : ,McMSAZr_ :!, Waldo Fla.IsCONTEand U-5-3t
""! to cute i Throughihe] Toledo"Ohio { :''TIN S3lttIW.\ ft _mA b _
liberality ,
oat crop ; Druggists} : ,,_ '"I i.. ..,1, :'f S f, 'Kleffer pear:trees. If you are
of his bank heoverdrew; his account Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally -.:: iJnlutH 1 don't forget that the Florida
1Y.ORGAN ,
"r :. ', ad was bothered.considerably:to know acting:'.directly upop .i the blood( :wool 4TSOMPJM. ., .: Ptn.LISTON'j.optl Nursery i-at the same t t:old Florida place.Nursery Address, Month T.)t.

f;, : how he would pay,his harvesters..He: and surfaceso( the Fla. -4t.
./j'5/: \0. ; raucous : 'syst m. celto,. II-5

: } called on his, nker-and he. is j aL' Testimonials sent free., ..Pricer 750.:.. : i
PERSIMMONV-tbooHachaJya.
t -:: t "mosey power"jandaso; called "plu., per ,bottle.? .Sold\ '' by: all l,Druggists.: _, BUYNOW.SPECIAL."{ .-1. ,- \AKIQAPAN Hyakume.( Yeraon and ..Zisgi trees, 3 to 6eet

t s'y 'tocral" too=told I Kim 'just what' he : ,. named high.-by.-the-Also Department 3,000, of.of fine Agriculture.variety not, Local yet

T wanted ;'and this, '"oppressor' :of -the' [8l U.MMERSALE:; names:, Sanford's Imperial,Triumph,etc. Trees
him :to 3(< .farm y":let t have what' beg
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poor Gainesville, Fla., 1I'3-iot
wanted.and took,hispay: oats at; a t tt's'Pills: L f '5J) ) '
_I. :; I < Persimmon trees. Choice varieties. Ten
'.; good round" 'price:and,; didn't, charge : FIRE OB.GAH8 War. JAPAN: per bundred. Address T.B. &C.E.

...,'; ,':=any.interest., yAnother instance) occurred : I Down Prleea-&oelese. PEAKSOX,Archer,',Fla. 1I-S'St
same fernier"with [HnylViiiM-t to H monthly i .
r :, : with the "an. n..pep.l.. remody,M.T.r faOi*.... -or.Ill CaMt eai.aes good transplanted celery plants for sale..
: (t .0,000
,<.:,<..other "money -powerTo: 'save his Lf.et"' jr coreDyspepsia ': ,: het-No, IDtereI&;,;:
'!' -hay:whilst) it, was_ 'so [showery .several' COnStf pat_ ;SICk_ : ]
MOlt be 1014.' Can"bold..' 11 TILL exchange hotel on Indian River fur
.. weeks since he l had toput '01a, ,:dou Write torBsu-amta Sheet.
: ; Head.cbBBili% $ L VY Dished, for an orange grove or city.property.
: :bfe force and.not:being:able. ;,to:get'his II i ; LUDDEN'&BATES Address: R. G./H. FORT Fierce Fte. ItsroR

HJ -.to market he ..had :no money.. And, aU cs'aB'g font & BARGAIN, SAVANNAH. QA., SALE OR EXCHANGE-Five purebredSilver

; ; : ,13eiDg'trett'd'' so "oppressively\by the.: 'Torpid Liver and Bad DtgetftM.The .., r Spangled Hamburg roosters. Address
....r. G.H.ANDERSON, Hibernia, Fia.EPAIR Jf }t
L j first "moaey power;;", he.thought he_ natural -re.aH t.-P i np '....

would apply .to ,,acother;',. :and did ;o. l7..ar and...tested.. n..lI.aDd. Do.ea8T. mall nrtsllew tta .......... N good -as your new.old' family DaCosta Bible Printing; make and them Publishing as

and-got1"what'he. wanted without. 'ever SOLD JTD: y"M R. F House;Jacksonville,Fla..

'. giving &ot'or: other, raemorandura; partner in a vineyard of eleven;
aid' ,he could"roll in WANTED: county; Fla.' Offer for salea R
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just as soon as ,af -
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.. : BED orchard and Richmond
PLANT ;Lot14 valuable farm, vineyard near
"'?. : <, ,', 'couple of loads,of hay'hedid. : : so and 1 J ...aH Va. C; R..Ct7LLz N, Lake* City. Fl*. ,

.. # ". -- from the sale of it, he, [paid back the Cheap substitute for glasson'hot 'beds'cold! 10-29-41.

".:.i'1 .,.- 'loan ;and'..war :charged:,..np interest'. or frames,, etc. Three grades,,'Light' Medium'and' ,- CNEIIr peas deHvered. sixty; cents 'quart
"'f><' .-: "'..... .. Heavy; f .-. H 1 undelivered, fifty; peck. S3-15Jeff'! Welrbourn's
'," to1
II.: Conscience
11it _: : : : v & ) corn (quart
.. < !' '' : 1 Now; that .Jarmer.don't* ;. live .forty, FPR' FLORISTS _GARDENERS, ear) 'forty cents quart delivered. CASH, not
,, = muN stamps,with orders. J. E. COLE, Glen St. Mary,
-. t- (,t miles from "Campobello" ',and, didn't I TOBACCO GROWERS, ETC, Fhu i Io-! 2t'

4 .;, &. 4 :"1' have: to pawn old "Spec's" ,hide, I Protects from 'frostpromote: *'hardy,-vigorous "Frult'Gatberer" for rapid work
Will Dot brink Or inil kw." t HUNTING'S felt
;: ," J.: ... either. growth. ,! handling fruit,fills a long
.:' '-:' "; .' Now, let, Tom Sawyer 'hit. MajorCampbell ;Q want.' For particulars kindly address.. F. M. '
't y .=- HtJirnxo weedportN.'Y. nowt.

:: "r -::'.::,k ;: ; againn. :'and, 'he will t tell him uuimm iJ % ih Everbearing! Strawberry plants..The
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-; : t? : variety known; a good shipper -'
; p l IdN and all-purpose berry. Seed for price list,
-; Farm, Talks
said
: :.: : '.;> ,; .1 Major Campbellt v2 etc. W. D"LntDLEY. Plant City, hla,. 1 -29-4t
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5 1. :..:..::? _F. .: area: 1 believe after all; .an! honest For sale by:leading dry goods houses, seeds. .. '
i;ni :' R : ': 'i .. confession is,good for the soul.. Those 'men, florists. ,etc. .For. circulars and ,samples --- ti l:).UU Cash jaatie with Single order.Orange-Mote's riser HIatt will Auto-sise ,

_- farm talks were misleading; I; 'haye apply 250 boxes per:day. Hundred BOW ia use. Send
CONSUMPTIONrif
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: if-.; ; NATIONAL. WATERPROOF FIBRE CO., for testimonial sheet:'order early. 'ThM.is acknowledged
: ./. :. .: -. './,. "Just had a talk 'with my "Florida South SL New York;N..Y. I by all to be. the beat aad cheapest>
.r :' c'C" acker"1d lIe 27 I .....V far the........{tyMi sicer in existence. E. H. MOTB'S SIZBX Co..,
4 ..t.'s ; (< says my representaR : Also waterproof overs from a#'cents per, square w tIlRr"Ae of.... rf the" n'* ate4aadof. .tec Leetburg. ,Fla. ,lo-n.lotto
: "" ; .:;;'lkwrof him was misleading ,in. the, ex- foot. : "" "- .......baTeeue4...Iadwdastioetistsytsllz.lea .
he .in. Agents wanted.; ,n m .... ea.r;...**I wfflTALUABLKTRKATI8X wad S'WO' N'I'IUI.' ...... 50 per cent, saved ,by shipping orange*_
for weighs 120 pounds
: .: ;tie, ea.t8is. ......tovte a.1.. 7Q ta: Cottlter ,fruit ear Address R. D.
:jr,'&.*..' of less"thafi iop:and has; nearer, ';800 ACRES.' '13'OREENKOUSU.'TREESANi .' I a f"Yne vffl seed BMllMlr Xsvnas sad P.O.Mdssst:': *J.COTTLTE*,Orange City,'Fla*, 10-15-7

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,)ic& c.ttle.tha eighty., PLANTS: s9 If ACARTNEY "S.O6BS mate beautiful, ever. fi
: ,11, green.stock-proofhPlsntt.andtuttingsfor
CHAS. Wi GAMPBELtj SR.
.. ; biz days ctfUer tha seder M.OXEHX,Fairbanks,Wa., fo-8-i8t
.CampoWllo w. the. ...11.... is ud SM
.. off r (or a v* ray rartetT te.irtl sites
01 w* nr waet.trub.of, FHU1T. Or '', .A teaul Ex.. hounds SALE 200,000 soar orange sprouts. '.T.'A...
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TKBRA KeM !3M1'KUIT. FOR
4. Hedge Pl..... Pndc ,aHifana.M. Tr Cotorcreeateti GainesboTO, Fla... 1e-5 4t,
WtHKTfl A G1rIInU.. A JIO%.".' )Ie..&nd ForM&Trre t MH411 l f.' ,"" coder wbiu;and pulp ''
fvwvw nn Iac"H. ran 01'1 ..Ued tree.Mld.l -. .Jk.......;.. iwret Tile OttJT dO- WATT. MOTE AUTOMATIC ORANGE; SIX-, .. 1
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.y PHOENIX NURSERY:CHY' 'tbsrraaksCrstbotbearltec lIa Best Meet'.hi existnDe.; will ,.hurts.) '
+4 She Never spa, ..n u M0fl IT TC1TLK: A.to..M fflJm K;,ILL.4R > .* and oaamjr.laefa boxes per day. reed one side,Rassets oa
Tin sealed with. the other. Pnce to|a$;caste with order.
: SALOne, second hand '."WasMMrUmHand I \ ,UV re 'ered. .frade.o. R. H. MOTK AUTOMATIC Sum Co.,.Leesburg',
: I Press for sale..cheap at tIM ofice. .. 1I.C.. ...,.. Wr.w s k. I'SAUeeJ'mark label.A.eata Beadier was.... Fhu, *.Bead. for Catalogue sad testisaMkl' aheet. '

: : N Laughs. Write foe particulars.: -, #'', ..-> S. ,u Uf nOYnT COM 111",New &:......, o.-. 1o4to t,

O YOU NEED FRftTHNG OF AKY KIND

jL\ \; Kt&* ; TW-, JLadaa, woa4er, J She's i&! .. '- D Send to DaCoaU, Printing ad Ftibttrtinr
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a; I...., J Sao's GREAT, OFFER, PIANOS.FIKESTr'FAcioRV ,
I V T' -f.v5:s: -* ,. ; ,got T.il.k'ed; .. ,' Bige.Hoi PSftBM, IMPROVBD RING ORAVOR 8IZJUt
: Bl.or..... ,XJrer and a ..... -'- ._ medal at.Ocala: Tr osHJ.oa.. -' 'Rant
,: + :* leu : L5C UNITED ST.1TE5.$. or steann canacr tt oat:of order.
OrgAM, .
# + ALYZBD ATEx,Lake Weir, PhuINBAPPLB ,.-7t.
ready i PiftS
S86. Always for'QOTCk:SHIPMENTS of
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# y 7 c thousand.Address J.W.; .. HtfKc BeUe-.
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.. Freai REV.JAS. [1> D;,edIIOt of KIds view,Dlarion Co,Fl, *. 4 yl.xLOWan4edp -
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c' Clariltiaa.A4Iwca' that
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three differeatvnrletles.
,4 F .. rttiore' harmyt'tK'entire; ..De T. BEXVER"FALLS. a.Or, m... are as Base far appearance and a.p easing ha toile as, Hat, Fla. : Jo-' FAVTAX.CO-.

'. 17u.. ... .. PA. ,'Uri_one, J'G'I'.ttoa.wtU' rise by the aaadred." ._._+___....9'air4t
a .' ;:... \ \ Of sdl...... Price SiC eeMa a'bOiL < 'prom PROF. Et H. PECK.'Valbenaoo SttHaffs. Ala.:* "we'emiM Bet'Wpieased better wHh 117. O. T1LOIIJIWfJ11I&., will.seed
:t : ; w i =i ...,rork De CaaaI St-- ,lh casing or tone:quick ia response aad aetoiiea*. la short we are highly pleasedwilbtheorgaa." 35 ceats.by -
: From B.D.GRIGGS Adiirrrille.,C*;: "I, am well pleased,with the orfaa ia Leery rc f>eet. ItJ ti'' mail that wilt aft- ick,: cattle.,, G+re.It a ,
'- til yon claim It to be."- L .- -.-1 '. Trial: sndb.c 9.d"14t
From Y. M. C.A.'per.J. G:COOLEY.. Bid,N..C.:: :"The orWfm* taire satis&ctioa.,
:. 'yoa aeed ataiioaery i'*nj'hiad psaer ery OIIe who.bar eBH&reryaiachgfc jedwitkth tasBMitaa4 ac f"riceeathe-i....." 1h1 b--. other...,;, _
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-:, eayne BaylMtw: Coco".. ..' ,k".. ......... ';. AJao a superb stock of Brergrcens, Camellias, Greenhouse"plants,etc. '. ', ,, ._ .
: to'. 'jt'! :1.. :: ,. 'O&r prodaeta have been tested In Florida tor thirty. hree yean patL Catal Auca free.- :'. .
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: fruit 1n.' i l markets to'obtain profitable f in the future it will be to good quality.and "
olattiggeei'Iii! orange* ,are now a stogie tfeeJEngliah .prices, only necessary, export -
good condition la'theMipelgn marketed / -,,:..' .
lieesrs Smith &'Crouch-one. of; the ,,beet.and.most reliablefruit firmS inEn: land,say of the Liverpool market, that the demand i is now so large that 5,000 ''''' J-} '

des;'rruekly;:could be ..up to'3'sltr.ry'lstwith; eattotJrteaelt8 f# the frmt is'sound on arrival. '" ;...

4s Ana of ,the largeetYrsof, ap ler.m eyork aud pia.! importer! .of; fruit from England,'my knowledge of the carrymg.abihty of, steamers enables ,!... <,. ,'
me f tie eeieet the beet to ship y. = ; -- ;' '\

Repreeeatingthe beet firms in;Idverpeel..ard;Glasgow, and ,having JJlyownh usei ,London, are,also further'! reasons shippers should send through me. ., : .
In order to expoctorange shippers .stfQett0isjC&eir fruit to me to New York.. If on:examination! 'it. is In-condltlon.to.for varoI.wlll -ave.tltesaI1! ,placed on thebest it"
aodjaateet steamer, and send BiH-ef;foiiiig sweridence of shipment to shipper: J(not'sound .enougkto: .:extibrt, Twill either turn.the. lot over to any New%York \

,Arm the owner may designate, or:eU it yeeJf at awrtloo. T *7rTT". ., : ** .
The beet steamers food their. .carAoeeait'Liverpool,'so taatjftcabl$ report. of sales'is received in New York in twelve days after sailing. A check covering about the ': .:

amount ef the proceeds is then sent on account,to the'shipper;byme..' In twenty days'from date of:shipment, from Florida it.is thus possible to have. the proceeds in ...' ,:

the.. bands of the shippers. ?
'Pteaee,note the following'facts i : "* T Tt x.;1 i.-: y

,I/Mge sires of.oranges; llS's-l 'jC.bringjaaT.; ;much':aaUSO'sAad '176's. No'matterif oranges are shipped green and are sour,.the ,earliest t possible. shipments*pay; t r

.. .Dead Green Spanish Oranges always bring the ;_bemg fee. only }kind. in the market Oranges must not be shipped from New York later than December
1st. There is no demand after the holiday uW Marc 1st.' '. "" '' .' .
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.Advances of: f 1.00 per box'on,,vour,trait will 'be 'made to suclTsiiippers as need i'money,"and. uch are: ,authorized to draw on me with Bills_ of Lading attachedFns ":: :. ,
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The BeUeview Pheepbaie 10,.the :<&eapest-fWiiKMe: ev eared. because it i is, the besk Jfcontains at least three times more_ available plant food? than can be' <,' ." t 'I'
-r ford iR any commercial & fertilizer ... 7\.'.. $
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.vf? have the.most complete) plant ia the ftwfmr( VJuvuiMg and pulverizing the' phosphate.It -" *it;. ,. .
.*J the.beet because while .its benefits,Sre.abown at'once, it will outlast' all others. ,}and there is 'no possible danger in .its'uso. It being a great absorbent of : *.
.ots.L...., it .to of, great value as a mUlch llt.,-'It is worth double.. the.pnce it 'is sold at for tmVpurpose alone. Hundreds have used it, and they all"give.glowing teetisaeaMs ..; ;" ,.

of its value._ Chemists andScientiete; :testify,that.it}fc the richest and,safest fertilizer,known. ." <. ,' '. \;..- ... : -;,
We want.aT ery.orange jrower and ikrmer to,try itr,,and for'the next few.;weeks: offer: .it,,at the following extremely lowpnc at the'mines : '.. < < :;4"/r "

.Jetton, nndried,in boar;:t& ; 'per: tout dried id.w roiind,.$6.50 ;; per ton dried aadpulverize : pounds for a full l bearing tree is+p'sffi nentQuantity;( to use;and less amounts according*to size of tree.. --! : : ,<]k r" ..I... t, ':";,."
T.J.food for cotton.;; It is good for all'kim4i of Jkmfau It is good for all :gmoooo. :It is good for,'all kinds of fruit trees.. It 6 good for strawberries and, all .kinds: !;:* :: '1 } ; ,:

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... ....'"i' '...',i. ; 'f. .......,...(.,'"<... CarborateofU.e.::................:........_.....'.-..:.,:.,.-.........!.-....:!...1..........,:...u..4.... ,pi/: ., ,. ;. .,.. ..".', ', .""_... F".t' -. "f"
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..... .ad polTenced in'fine powder.", C' '., -- ..- _. ;-

,... .. IBM.eminent eaemfet.gives: a 'further+, :; analysis. --of the.solubility... ..... this phosphate: !in Citrate of Ammonia, which is.about k, the same strength as rain water,"

"Two Analysis-one giving 48 per.oa; t,-B4abl !ria lie of Ammonia,the othergi'vine 51.40. per cent soluble in Citrate of Ammonia, an average of 49.70' per ,

.... Of ...Phosphate of Lime,the equivalent'of lUl per'cent of.Phosphoric Acid soluble in Citrate of Ammonia.. Y lT{

Use. greatest amount of_available: : Plwepboric'AcHl In ;any..of: ,tbe nigh grade commercial fertilizers.is. 8 to/9, per cent :.. "
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'PHOSPHATE COMPAITV" ;'jAcxsojmm,y&a Ow3uaa-I'wisfc to state for fourJSMflLMki : : T...D." ,GlBSEKS, SfiC&BTAXT BHtlJEVIEW PHOSPHATE.: ., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.i, Deaf

for Orange Farmers In Florida, that.. 'U.,*.."car-loader. -**'*,' Mosphate which h. -I had from- Sir closed 'please ,find my order for two ears of Soft Pbo phMe.f* ,have used

,JIIIIr..ia.aOed the:sale April an is one entirely buadred satistictory.Bt trees in my grove: ,%at,:Lake: Como.' 'It has given my trees a aeventy-five ;tons, of this,Phosphate,, and have 'noted with, much farterest,, ks effect on ray Y '
frost yr sderhl growth, given the foliage a.rich,dark greem color, and for pine! land groves,at least,. Orasgei Trees. The ,first, car load I ,applied ,to something over ,fire hundred trees and :.
=whit M ftiIaVed.at snail cost shall tafetwevse,it:If ye. have it for sale and shall dis the results hare been simply marvelous. The adjoining five hundred trees received.so ftrtiHJ g .'
u.or merest Pati1isen, adding to 1t.-aU amoeaIA or. Saipate Potash. IcaaaostMMMhajr '
-.a: recommend it to Orange .Tralyyowa," u .C. B..SMITBL aid the ditfei tuce"between'the two fiehfa' something Wo 4emtl. Oa one aide every,tree has started r
;z latxwnrw' ,MAUOM r Co.,Pr.&.{Jane 8.1891.; : With-a vigorous growth.. :The finest foliage that I have. ever: seen fa a grove The trees why re : ?
'T. D. Oamift, Secretary, BeUeriew FbosplMle Coa"'sy. JadaoariOe, Fla.:_Dear. Sir-In_am- cefred BO appficatioa banes commenced to Mart up. Kr.;Jfcifa esters., of the fnno'MeMa iers& :'"
,saver b jo'l ; bee the'reswtaaf yo r expert/ tewitll tile b t b* te Mflter of Saa Mateo,visited my grove a few days_since! aM e*i>ry.ed hiawelf as being very BHtefcastonished "
..... S SOHOSSPPHATEr[ lamhappjrtosj UIAt t '-* llaft been wry ac la0I.Ii at the growth of the trees where Che Soft Phosphate had been apptIed. If you remenfeef
dial i aaert tried it in its RAW STATE It comes from the Mines{without\di One or beiag the first shipment of Phosphate was- made less than sixty day*since,and, until the last few days, we .
4)).4a ltgsa last fell aad this spring oa Kdscf Plosas, LeConte !Pear Peach and Orange have had very little rainI .' .
the latter where I tried it aide by aria Fertiliser. : am felly convinced that one Urn of the BeUeview Soft Phosphate has a greater vain as a punt .
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; ii&i it al: lochs a(= bet tile I rtesee is feed than a tea of any Fertilizer that has ever been hcooght into the JiUte' and. woakl wry fee.' : '
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JAPANESE'PERSIMMONS, Plums, Mammoth THE BE4i4u'T OLMkE

hardy orange UM..
.kin. .. Also ornamental stock,rare baibs seeds,
U etc. CMivev fig trees and gcapenaesvt' Goods seat5Mefyby
i flitttts;atIJAN6trr Ptetg .SxpretS<
eswairara JMWML ails !Stead for our new,,-finely dktstrated catalogue.Address .

p -" '- H. H. BERGER' &,CO., '. ..

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< :> '. .,- '':'' --,.:'" t&-Subscriptions! la 'all oases .cash la ads -
.; { Yaaee.tl grove 00, east scoast. Family! : man preferred '

I" ::' :;;. }....7 : ., Bates :>f .Advertiiiug oa'appHeatten.BUMITTANOE Reference. required..'. 'Address" -TNahuaN.H.. ,'JFlorilk
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r'; Note"Moaey Order. ,.or,B6ii ; "f'-i..o ;': .. '
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,.:;:! > :: Mrtfo.ol vj; % WANTED FARMERSTo RAILROAD,'
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., ;.,. .' t; FLORIDA DISPATCH AND FARMER ,: 11O MIUBS THE 'FLORIDAj' '
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::,. -' .. J. : ,AND.. ..Y'EUIT'. GROWER, send for;and use our "RIVAL HOG CHOLERA Sh '
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"': : CURB'! guaranteed to cure 99 casesout of a { CINCINNATI rtagauicEkeat. (Formerly the F. R. N. Co.) offers Increased
;r :: Jacksonville, Fla. .
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.. ,+ hundred,and. we wID'' pay{too in cash for any I iaeilUies ;tnls season for travel to Florida,
.. :1 <:;- 'J- 5- \ In addition to its old and popular
saving
case that cannot be cured by our remedy if directions
partment Pn1anPalaceleepin
1 Carsthrneghwlthoutcl
-J Cc ands X LOUISVILLE A NASH
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-'i i NEW. SUBSCRIBERS ONLYJ, We have been yfars experimenting for a successful naklngdlrectcoflaectionin VILLE R.R. at the River Junction, and the
:: .. .ff, .,, >,.,' '" .remedy for this dreadful disease which GEORGIA SOUTHERN A FLORIDA (the
c- ': __ deprives us of our good home-made bacon. We CBNTRAI;" UNION I Sawannee River route to Florida), arrangedfor '
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: '; \ found out and have thoroughly tested our remedy 'ST. LOUIS j a new route from the' West and North. r.
; '.:.' ,8'.I'C' and it is highly recommended by the Department DEPOT Cor. J west via Montgomery,BaInbridge and Monti.
; of Agriculture pertaining to that branch., Hog cello/carry in* through sleepers from GIN
1 wEST'and'with Through Car tm
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the s''or
.: : Cholera is the same;' asadangttous'and; conta NfiHI TO TAMPA.
:J : gious fever with .man, and must be'treated ac- and she; rhe id has now no less thanSeren

; cordingly. Our remedy, will prevent it ;even; if |',CHICAGOIN Points of ,Connection With
they are with others that have it, and it will R.TII.WE6Ti "
: positively cure the worst cases.. We can refer you
Oil the North
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who made
to men in nearly'every State have. / : '
,. :: x : I successful cures only with our remedy.. Lines ar.t| ,DETROIT t namely t Fernandlna, Callahan Jacksonville,
: ', '. '.- ':" :::, .Price: ,prepaid express or mail, ,fi per pack... Live Oak, Lake City; ..MontfeeUo and River
: ; : which contains to hogs,:or ia' comfortable connections
age, enough cure 25 BUFFALO and Points; Canada. Junction :making
prevent SO taking it. We allow liberal discount I |f' with chIcago Kansas City and all northern
.f : .< to farmers, selling it in their county. AddressPEOPLE'S and the EAST; cities, tor'which this road Is specially Inaugurated.
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Brunswick. Ga.
"''' o( A..Don't send stamps. 10-29 4t The Florida Central
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:s.i :; .: _< -"D.t tch =Qrowir 'viCKSBURG Points In is the greatest Flow travel through the
;:. ; Farmer ,aci Fruit JACKSON, finest parts of traversing twenty-

4 -f'?, ., ., ., ;; and the four eoantles-Gadeden, Jefferson, Duvall
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.. .:; 0 I TEXAS J| Alaehaa. Lake, Leon, Sawaanee, Nassau,
1f. \*... '- .'. '. For one ,and
,.., ,' : < v' year a'copy ojr; WEST. Levy, Orange, JI1U8bo .h. Waknlla,
... ; ,: (to : ;.: .::' .# .' :. Passengers via this line are afforded an.excel Columbia,. Clay, Marlon, Polk, Manatee;
+ : Madison, Baker Bradford, Bnmter,' Her-
: !F:.Z -;':: : ::: i \:. '."bitner's. Gardening in Florid?,' lent view'of Z/ttkout':Mountain f- and surrounding nandb and ,De8oto--ln their richest portion.

.. .. historic, It runs through' the MIDDLE FLORIDA RKOION -
rJ ; 'f< ( t. .. scene': .or HILL COUHTKY where are the fine old
: ,,,! :/ 10 : AIXJFCU& OLD HOUSE. S. C, RAT, S.&Pass.AgL,Atlanta, Ga. '
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< ; $2.00 Farming Lands and the Nei:
). GUNS.THE i8a D. MuiJUUfET,.Drc. Pass. AiL,-Chattanooga. .
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: < :. : .. : ." : ; A IMICCO Farmsreaehed .
f j V : &';. PnrderV ,. D.V. .'>BDWARD6tGPBt? :r. Ar.
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1 4 'b'I ;; Whitner's Gardening in FlJorida is some of'
> a Hammer and Haramerle'E*.. + .Wfstlcy Rtefe. f CINCINNATI: O-; V ( by no other_ line), them,
;' : k* /'handsonfely; printed and' bound book of ard's, Colt's, eondaeled on a large toale. Here are Qalncy.
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to : parker, Ijeffl-rer,:IHelncw American: Tallahassee (the capital), Madison
; .t f .' : '250 pages,being l ,a:comprehensive treatise, Arm and all other stakes. )I A' : 1 t '. ; f't aad other towns, from whose comfortable,
f. > .; j Now on baadxa lot oT high-grade secondhand .r, ample dwellings, reposing;< .In a' fertile
y :f .on,the vegetable and I tropical!products of Guns,taken in exchange. ; .Bargains! Other Guns !: country, is coming a renewed 'e trgy to employ

.' ,"g Florfda Pr_. .''N., Whitner taken. In,trade: "' ', the resources lavished about them.
v' ':"-:. ;: .: ;.by ; ,} : ,; A.1'4', 'Also fine 8 weed ink Leather Jackets I ... Stretching down through \

.. J' .1..:>..YThis: book: is; m .ch-'soug t. 'after' for its AH busting or'driving;';{impervious. .to cold and. ; t The :Peach Country ; '
.\ wet;can be mailed49Job ,,/ ... ., "
,.. 1 ,. '. practical- ... JnforHiatipn$2.OO ., lot Sharp's ;;fcammerless 4lf calibre- of Baker;'Bradford, Alaohoa and Levy counties -
'" ; r :' tlio .bbok.iind centre fire breechloading K tiles; original coat through the prosperousStrawberry'
.: -' r ., ,bHy; our S2O; Price *...-|., ,Send cents in stamps. for Farms
fry=: ," ,.- j. pap@r., illustrated catalogue and second-hand list.
: :' Lawtey,8tark6 andWaldopehape.uperor' '
.. a' .f \ ,' Th4: ie'certainly! a'granda .offer; ". Send WJCLIAM.READ& SONS; in profit to the orange grove-it goes through
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> .. 'L ; 107;"Washiugton. =street, Boston.. 1 Ate heart of the ,State, penetrating some of
,; ; \r';.. A ..; !in. :Gfdw at once.: :. f" -o j the finest groves, one having
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1't:: =;' ,- : i.io' 'ICJl F'I f50LVENoY.j making.. way southward to Mae Gulf,and to
...,. the more' of tfee State. In
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:\ ; A/.':! : ;" How Lost How Regained.Idr portions, It reaehes points of

r ',. -,b '+.:i'! ...-r' : :;:.,:.. V INCoaIJ. tJuGg'acouRT, r ; Scenic Interest:

..J.h't.:: ; Mnf TV,'fLoa'. I A.} ) % I ........ Wakalla Spring In tbe''West, the Suwannee
"I : ';;: : .-oj ,t'; .: WHEREAS, OMS. ,W. :D.Coeta' admbrirtratorIsie River, -beautiful and roiasntte' as It If'
; '_ .s' 1 s, .'-' .*'ti' of Oco.. C:;Goodrich.. deceased, of t&Iaou..lMlver Springs in Ute lake region, r
:. :";/V./,' jx -:, of the county aforteiald, having.filed in'the 11fEV *' i and the lakes themselves, w1\b'.thetr surroundings

.; .{." ..:.:.,. ; ::: once of the County Judge'of'said! county a writ- ;ALLIANCE 11.TIY T... of rolling land interspersed with
'1 :. l tea ....geMhvn;of the ..ftsolveD 'of said estate; pleasant homes In green groves,sloping dowi
-; {cc _.:: ..-r... ; aoriee M hereby gives to all persons having claims For field,garden and grove.' "The best cultiva to the olear lake fronts. By means. of this
e; 4';: V ::- VV of any aature.whatever against said estate to file tor I ever saw," is the verdict of aH who use it. road you can most readily reach the '
., {... the same, duly authenticated, in the office -ofCetiBtr Works either level or oa a,bed: perfectly adjustable -
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t ,) .' ... V V. Judge of said county or before the 8th : ;cleanest cuttiag latest dVaiifbt.vator Hunting and Flailing Grounds.

.;. ..f'f. .b '_y of April..A.'D., 1893,at which time.there will ,THE .' x.--. 'r may warraated. Price f tea.. ..The settler will find on the line of this road
... SCIENCE OF LIFE
;.: ".. ? -:.', ; ... be a pro rata payment to creditors entitled thereto. -; GODBKY & a greater opportunity/or a varied selection
., and the aktmtor.discharged.Witaea A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise -Waldo, .' o4
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A: .V laud than OD any other road' In tbe .. .-
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EXHAUSTEDYlTALITYUNTOLD > dairy farming, leach or .u.wbeft7.ealtuN,
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t. .. .. .. .. TRY." The tourist will "be grattaed with 1U
MISERIESResnltiBg scenery. The healtb-. er'' on 1U ample
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Overtaxation, Enenratfaig asdnnflttinr the victim and the
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.V':'ZJ,'':.i : : Orange Growers and Vegetable Growers :

Bkvker'ss '
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'";*> Peg tatJle GrOWer. THE L. B. DARLING: FERTILIZER C 0.,

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"Uniform food m ks. In every respect fc
tbevery best hkfe-frad FertiBser I ever Who}manufacture. only the 'I highest)grades of animal,fertilizers. These fertili era
,1 used.Grove, Manatee J. B. Wjatt,,Fla.. Sept.' Fair Oak are so made that they Keep up a Vigorous, Healthy Growth-, and,remain" in thesoil
until theTree or Plant can take it up.
s "4. Southern. office and warehouse at.Jacksonville, Florida. 4
\ : ,GROW in 6b to 90 days, -
;; VEGETABLES O. B. WEEKS. State Agent, ,
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:' ',' ,made to produce a vigorous', healthy: growth arid used. -. .' ,10-3e-6m() '

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V ',,: '. d 'vegetables' 'wnich i "feed 'this' class of ,crops, in a. i NURSERIES. OF' THE: i f

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; :., ; delicious i vegetables} of"good. : shipping quality! usevSend Selected strains of-Cholce&t Varieties, of Citrus Fruit Tree a Specialty.
Q Budding-Wood for sale at alt time .

>, '4 .;- the \VXER'FertillZers.) ,.' r .. Oar, stock l4 1 large and'compete. :PROMPT ATTENTION. COBRB+t3PONDP.NCE. For:

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,, .. ,A. L. DUNCAN, :Manager, ,Dunedin, Fla.BUYERS.

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THE lACHlNE: FlORIDA 'HAS 'BEEN:; LOOKIM6 FOR: ; .H4 ATTENTION, !:

l; _f<,?> ; ow'r bur. an orange grader 'until your -- B iK riBR. all. fowls test
",.',,; ;. r O'T D hare seen one of my IMPROVED STEEL fj from my yard, by
,.. .. gUJU'CH- EMON .ROLLER 8 or 9 grade, combined assorters w 11 go, ato ne ha1 Ike il:::;
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.-,: .-:"' After thoroughly testing steel rollers on orS r'i'' for oar illustrated catalogue: 'aod
,k -. anger and lemons last spring,I adopted them ,r price list of M.varieties.Powtry .'
.; on nearly;:aoo.of'sal!CWuous fruit graders ,' ,I.fA snpQtita of all kind:
.., ', ,made this season, and having personally opr Incubators and ,Sfceil ,
;;'.,' \ ...;. ; / crated them in California:on my differentase "" aad Bone MiOsr clover en...
:; '.1J;.;.,' .- v >graderafroa*the smallest mv large'twelve Wire Netting",Des .jed Pirii pad
; .t CANVAYmT* eiiE !filJ 3 -- sD5 r011ermaebieel6ntter: myself that 'Florida /1 ,Bofled B4od sad BOM to BMkeheas .
',: //k II CANVA I i IIHIH '"ssW orange growers and packers will see upon an '- tsy;
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4 .. teet'care,. means business: all the time;stands head shoulders above,an others,and is just ':
.''1 flee machine they for. ji ,E. 'W. .AMfiDEN,
"; Aa taproved 8 grade steel. rollers may be seen'at'Nelaon Bros or R.W.,Lawton's, Oviedo; OnaoHd Fl
_" .JIIIfft i G. W. Means.EvinMoa; S.W, Moody SL Son, Ocala; J. K, B U*,Hawthorn: B. P. Holland, ,
..: -" ; :- m, r\L, Lawrence, Winter.Park;;R. C.'M.Crawford, Mkanopy,and a 9 grade at Cart!.Holmer'a -
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G see a machtee and be coaviaced. Wher ersoes cIOaotwWltoteparateJKfglti.romruHta -
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= '- 'Time; 53 to 55 :hours between Savannah, New.York. and: hi.a./p! _;

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(STANDARD :TIMB ) Steerage,S12L50.
Pretm New York, :' From Jacksonville: tr : "
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4111 Meeday; Oct. 3Mb, at3 P.x..."SEMINOLR".Tuesday, Nov. 3d, at '5:30: A. K.fS FROM SAVANNAH TO NSW YORK.. ,, .,
Oct Mh,,at8 P..Mri"YEMA88EE".Thursday, Nov. 5th, at .6:00.4.>r. .
Nov.. 2d..at 3 P.x...."IROQUOI8".:.Sunday, Nov 8th, 'at 9:00A.31. [Central 900 Meridian T1t e.l 1 \
.. ', Nov.. 44*,at. 3 p.x.?."AJSeONQUlN"Tuesday, NoV 10th, at 11:00: A.x. NACOOCHEE .n..............;....._......*....... .....,............Monday, Nov. 2- 5.3Opm
i 'ov. sib, at 3 P. x.;.." ROiCEE,"..Thursday, Nov. 12th, -af IrtOp.x. CITY OF BIRMINGHAM..,...... >..,...,*.... S.............Wednesday. 'I" 4- G.38p.,
M* d y Nov. 9ih, at 3 p. x.'.."8HMINOLE"- Sunday, J OT. 13th, at 4:30Jl'. CITY OP AUGUSTA .-..... ............. ...:..'...Friday, *- S.LO.m r
TtSeFriday ,,;Vov. llth; at 3 Px..."YBYASSE ":.Tuesd_ Nov 17th, at 5CJA.x.: TALLAHASSEE....,.....,.................:.!..::: ,....__. ........Saturday 7- 000am \>
f Nov. J3th, at S P.)(..."IROQUOIS"--Thu.r daY, Nov 19th,' at 6:30A.M. KANSAS CITY;... ..........?.,... .k..ST./j..W--*..... .. ..' Monday,' ILOo a a
......,.. Nov..18th: ;at 8 P. x. .."AtiOONQUrN";;Sunday Nov' 22d, at 9:00'.tto.:, nHATTAHOOCHEE........,..:.,..-. :? ;..,..;.-.-v_.hh.Wednesday, ". 11-. 1.38 P m .
"'M.ISI c yNov. IWh,:at 8 P.x.'CHEROKEEr.Tuesday, Nov 24th; at 11:00A.M. NACOOCHEE..*...'........ .._..::/-<'......;.:. .?_.....__ .Friday M 13- 330pm6.Cdpm t
.. .J'JWrer, Meaday' Nov .*wTat3P.X..uYEMAS8EE",;: ,: ..Bunda.y."Nov.:, 29th, at 1:30 5.x. CITY OF AUGUSTA,,.............. ....;..u.-h.,'......,*..Monday, M 16-
.4aeeday,Nov. 26tbat3r., x.:., .."1 R0 ),UO1S'..Taesday, Dec.' l>t,, at ,4:00: A.. x. TALLAHASSKE..f.1u.: ;........:*....<..Wednesday, 18- 7.08 p m
.Friday, ,Nov., 27th, at 8 P. x. 4.i4ALGWNQUIN"Tnursday, Dec. 3d, at 5:30: A. )I. KANSAS CITY.......'..........:.:.:...\:. :..::....,...-.:::..........Friday, 20- 8.39 a m
Meadar Nov..-hi at3r.: .M."CUEKOKEE"_ .Sunday, Dec \ 6th, at .7SOA..x., CHATTAnoOGHEE ......................:;:,.........*..,.....,....Saturday, '. 21- 934am
: NAU>OCIIEK..t. .. _.... ,......H..r...,,....::;,..,..H.............Monday, a. 23- 11.30 a a
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM............:... .:;;:_. :.;.:.., .. 'Wednesday ," 2i- l.eOpm
,- CITY OP;;AUGUSTA..L.5..Friday, :: 27-, 2JCpm
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.: *Saaford, CITY O* MACON\ ;.; ...;NNM.........,:......... ........:--.h Friday, 6- 8.00pm
.." '. -. '-, T01.Rlv.r, .. .-. x.. 4 4j CITY OF SAVANNAH..".............\.....:..;......X........,,Wednesday,.. ::. 11::'" 1.00pm
." -: GATE CITY.L.....1.. _........ ...,,.,........................... Sunday, 15r- &..00 a m ." a
I': : .: ,I'. : .. : CITY OF. MACON\ .....'... :..;..;.-.i._......;....""'..,.Wedn... day, ," ]187.tp'(( '
::; ,. .. The elegant.Iron Side-Wheel Steamers ; :. ; .. CITY OF SAVANNAH.;:..:.:.;.t-....:,..... %.,,.......*..,.......Monday, "' K-'11.00 a m
'.. .'' GATE CITY .......:...:........'.,.'.;....4Nf..,.........F rleay, ". 27- 233pm
; "CZT'Y: ''OIr JACKSONVILLE: : 7 .- CITY OF.MACON..,>..?....,;.. .,.*.: ,.....__;... rv;;:i_ .._.....:Monday- 80- 4.30pm ;
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-..-./ .;;' DESSOUG .................................__. .......-.........Monday, :: 16- 530pm .
.. ..ti\, Capt. ,T. W., LUND, ; Jr.:, ... DESSOUG, .. ..........-...... .......,...__.........._................Thursday, :26- 1.30pB>

A3 i appeiated. 1 to sail from Jacksonvile except Saturday at 8.80 p. xcu, and from Banr THESE PALACE STEAMERS, -
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with the Savannah Florida and
"*' Connecting Western Railway(Waycnw Short Line) oat
... S SOUTH SOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND. to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantage equalled", by no other line. .

e:, .. Leave< )Read 8 Down..89 P.M, ....,....,...U \..,,.4.M.. .'...,Jacksonville.. ...... .,.....;....,...Arrive,Read.11.45 Up.p.-x.M Through Tickets and via Bills Savannah.of Lading For Issued Information to principal and rooms points apply North, East and NorthWMl"w' .
8.9JP.M...... ,..r..rt........JI .:ralatka ..,........ .......',_..:..!..Leave 700P.X.()() J. P. BECKWITH General Agent H. R. CHRISTIAN, Soliciting" 4
./ 1.81iA.---. J..._. ':f.:4' ,.....j. ..Afrtor.%k... ....H.M,................ '/ 2.00P.M. 71.West Bay Street, Jacksonville.; 71 West Bay Street,JaokaoavlBe Ageat, J
II .1.46A.H.> .""n'........:. .....,...V--.S.. t. FrancU: ,........:.................. _" 12.45P.M. R. L.WALKER,Agent. C. G. ANDERSON, f
-J.>.;" "t 5.10A.M. ..... ..._,.:..;:......,....Rere 'ord....... ........,..,......,.. 1145A.x. New Pier No.85 North River, New York. City Exchange Building,Savanaah Amt, Qa.
," LOtI.\.x....... ;....:.:.:....1'...h*.-.".;..Bine. Sprnga:....,.... ............;: 11.00A.x. RICHARDSON &; BARNARD. Agents Lewis' Wharf, Boston ; ,
"RiT'8 88 A.H............:...........:: .. ....Kanford............................. 9.00A.X. W. L. JAMES Agent. 13 S.Third Street, Philadelphia. : S f.
',' '>.. S'S 9.16A.M.il.N.V.N.1iEnterprtae.. .....,... ...........,....... 9.30A.X. J. D. HASHAGEN, EaatemAgent.'B'v..FI3.&W'e9t.ernRY.Oo.,231 Broadway, N. T.. p', .
-\. G. M. SORREL Gen. Manager. W. E. ARNOLD,Gen.Trav. Agt Jacksonville,,Fl*.,.
S-X ,_" .. S. General 'r.Paeeeoger andricket, Office, 88 West Bay Street:;. \ '. For Tickets apply to S.,F. & W.Hallway.office. ,. 9. ..: ,

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W. F, BfiBBN FAIT)Traveling Passenger Agent,.Bowling Green,N. Y.. 7X. ; .... !. 1

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,;, 5- S JOHN L. He WARD, Fla. Frt. Agent, foot Laura St.,Jacksonville,' Fla. VVZT.T.JA: 4. EI :::': '

J. A. LESLIE Sept.,foot Laura St.,Jacksonville,Fla.HARSHAJLL ,;.' + '
] H. L.TBEA t.Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green, New:York. .f" WHOLESALE > '
;- THEO]'!G. EGBR,Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green,N.Y.WM. ., > ,

...i: P. CLYDE: '& CO., Gen'l. Agents,: Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers S .

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Americus Orange Tree No. '2' Star Brand Fertilizers, j; .
j MURIATE OF POTASH,
; Americus mmbiiated QV .AlftBED Al1ALT8IZ.' A :.
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-. Americus Strawberry' Fertilizer" ,. PEBTIL IZ1iiR. F KAINTT,. Bra

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,_ .A... WILLIAhtS Ac CLARK 'BRTILIZBK Ce., l I haft made the dijea of FITSBFI. ILOOKIRG CIIllDlI
... ,AHyaata, Ga. LBPSY or FALLING SICKNS9S ft life-lonf etad/r, : X
wuraa&JI11 remedy to cure the wont cues. -BeC&U8a abject to 8PA8X8 an most likely' troubled w4 ,
UftUu.waeu ct sn haft failed S. DO reason for not DOW rece1rinc. the eeIaV '
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; ati'ery: aeMlyand' 1 ent cHiseas the ctty where located. ereryaaa.asd oR. SALK Oae :seed bud Wv ".
bowrd at DapsMa.and I ,circulars..tesmooaUls.addrew. R! i; ow; po stag pa1I. : .... F Haad Press for sole cheap at th4 ot*
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:j r," ;'iP"jB.: : :WEVER, ,_ 'Leesburg, Fla., Agent for South and East Florida. : ;:***k tmi,: < n
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:' ', A complete.price._list of Groceries,and Wine list, sent free,bn apph'catio> *,

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