<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Florida farmer & fruit grower
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00206
 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 12, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00206
 Related Items
Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

Full Text
'7. -IFARMERSALL
... -
&- '
.. .. :. tI
.
.. .. ',:\.. '>..... I: ;.., '. .. ..
-' '

..' ... ,,, ,,:, ;>,"r.. .. .. ':j..' ... .,:..;,-:..y : : .,; ;. ,. '. .. ;" ... ;"r. .,. :... ; 'f" : {.;: ". 't. \ ; .. ':.. 1 .' ...,_. : .
'...;....... .r l. ?- -. '':" :vv9p ", ;".+.ja ," 'it..j r '- -. ;.. cd; >.J.: : : 4rtia; : ,.. d. ', :. w3s" 't\i. .. .... .

.. .i- :-" .,':.r'LfJ. ',. ':..'... ?:'::,.. .., z.f'. .......... ,..: ': "-: .,.:' :: ",' ,.:._ .. ..., .' .. t.J/I. It.;',: (. ,.
.L .
"
.t ,' j" .:: ,if :t'"# i''-"rl1; '1-'.d <_', :'\r1tt Jt" u 'r" ," t r 'i t: n "'::' "",'" >>.:>>. ,.". .' -

: .. : : < .' tS
-' d



.io ti I: [ li.AT H't', Al I pwI- trw .., ,}


-
a SNED. 'f) _


I iv..i862 4 11(11 jvotwrit i .. .




'
v -

'SEMI-TROPIC" :. 'ALMA( I N.E .' ','

,

, ,' .. CONSOLIDATED JANUARY* ,- '
: ? I'. ..I' J.
'
: ./' ... .

iuc a
e :EKS, .. Jrk.uvlHe! w9*.. ThtanHiajs, Reyeiaber 13,1891' Whole No. zx IfFWVol. !
Yr '. ., ,. .'Hi.- M* 4f,.... "
.
.. -
._ -
'

ii.LA j .. 'OONTENTEt. B. WI STONE tl eli, E


"Oaorr' Rvfnr AVD* Plaiitlntr ORntiED.:'-The. Worth." -and;T" Worthlrssness- V--"'.of*the" Kleffer* The-n. jaeffer-PeanPronlBg'- .. '. > ........ ThomaaTWe treatise) on ,,Fear.GL trees''fM'
On.falirornlairld6**: The Ltm-: The Rest Tim to Plant:.. Making. SIx.jear-old Groves In .
Three Years Ml MllenwTs Pr.fits 8"ved to the Consumer ., .- 91'1new Issued, Including the late*
Industries Needed' oT..ProdufOtlnn of Fruit In California: ,113 and best Info na toil
TAauRm Aro TurcKEB-ThA Oetwda Melou (!rou: t .U Pear 'Cature'together t1
}luttln the Soil in fine Tilth;rtgnttng Cabbage InS'CU; Lettuce for a Shipping Crop: Practical ;
Karm1 Talks-No. 15:; _. .- .- 914 .Deocriptlre and Price LW
% ; Cantor flea.f:Pnere'five fop worm*la pnt.atnet North Car ll'aSrr wberrU : ,. .1:5:. of Pear, Plum -Pertlinnga .
.
PoctrT, A.TD A.rtiRT-Maka K>re Boost: atau as'a Puu1tl'7l'ood.Tb.Druppl *; Night.
Will' tat H mey Bee: *. . 91591ft and other fruit tree r
.Ecrnta1IL--4t1tt': oIDZ to England TMrOmnge Ornwert Ri b r.te l rrult Jn Oc'nberj Bar. -. r
10?&"'. u'1>lnft: ..traetl ,Yl U r'-rYIwlda.Ymdacm: 917 PATENT GRAZING
-I5owi"Milt an..sheepy""Kitten: l OCR Yoco KoLK-Lo-t In the ron A Bo,'. Euay on Oats;l'reterenc.f9t.Btdator Drab Nests;
> : sharks ant Their tsjrfTo Subdue Dogii:Ahnutth.\\". : .' 918 MUZZLE.
1)1'A Ru SAL. HnuK-K Worn-i Want tn K o T.... KutfCM r.uuc.IIInt'8! Ra'lr' Ab nit Vanoll' ttatten:Advice to Farmer;The AUl Oar new Spiral Spring Muzzle allows utnck te
at cain Ohio:Pre Went t-oUt,11f CAlltornta;'wsn..t"lng&tCer. ; .. too graze and prevents browsing. Price.$1.25 aid .
A Mill ftI'I"Year The lllnc' l heal. a Amer'eai; Rnads; Ml at factory,or$i 50 post pnid.cash with order.MORHS1EK .
_Rn:- 'lJI: !-N.t-: Rxlie ne- w Ith Jrrjr.s t renw re and Ln'i'.,,: .. ." 1'l"J & CO.
... All ordrrs.to br addressed tS.. B. IIVt3AafAl
; : Co:;who hare taken charge of.the buiineM betas .
reipt to.manufacture and sate. *

CHOP OEis9iPAs f""

'$ GEO. S. HACKER' & SON, ..

J t t > cs-ecia'ly fine. We have a Urge rtock at following.prices? : ---. l'U"AM'URF.B'

I Joh. i L. (the eulicst), $5 per. bushel ; Alaska (true s ock), $4.25 per bushel;' I'.t

; | Fir.st of .All anJ .Philadelphia l Extra Early., $3 ,'or; .per bushel; Bliss i t t ,Eyerbearing! '.d ==
,per bushel. Jpcesor.other.varieties. on application.I ; (12

Fl tt / H. ,G. HASTINGS,$ a Ca,, lnterlachen., Fla.Jvcndtfjr ( ,. f1... -,-....

; our. 40-page catalogue.WHITS. :
p t .C .


.1 Q .PIAMQME) ; }, e 0'.

I l l* l HAS,DROVED ,TO "BTHE Q ,0. ....
\WK ;t ,C) :s
from and : EARLIEST AND BEST GRVPEIN. 'FLORIDA; Q. '"

,I Will ftomp do fully two weeks in advance Niagara. ..
.J irilllaat l ,
iinke-up State Agent for the Diamond White Crape Company* And Building Material.

7 '1ft bna lit a ? ; 'E. DUBOIS, Tallahassee, Fla.:
f IIABLES roy, s. O.
Vkcuin Al!o full stock of NIAOARA. DELAWARE IVES.CYKTHIAKA,NORTOX CHASSELAJ,BLACK HAM- \,
.
fl and : and; all ether leading and new varieties of Grapevines, native and foreign. .. ..

a j' f rite_ .-1i \ BENTON&USONFLA.. .:. ."
."r. : ROYAL PALM. NURSERIES. ,. '

OPPl. .-We,will send the following plant, none alike, adapted to Florida, fret by .T CKSONJ'! I:1f.t .- .,
SPRCIAT
prices given. Sure to row:
I, Ten rts tropical f-ult plants rare. $t;
JL Ten sorts hardy fruit; blanls;; novelties., etc.,'1.$00. -i jnr. ,, *< .
"- 'lot J '
-
Five,valuable economic p'ants,Jr. ; !
t e; IV. Five 8amt.ooiand ttts'ee.: $r. IRRIGAIJdUECH1R'YI
V. Ten rdy-J"Blml, f,r avenue,orlawn}f!.. -4 .
E. VI.-Ten fine cactus' ..w.vu. .
.Ten rare and beautiful fern*.It SO. .
t ;:vIII. TCD hard and desirable' shrub 5- ;,;
:
: ac.- Five" vii1 hade tree'good selection i .|t. : ', ; }
For St a the entire nIne collections. 73 plant *' A :. k '
"
1 ; 1001s-6m RKAMOSER BRO, Oncoe, Fla LT:: '


:: .GLEN ST. M.A.BY N'JE.SE' IL ,13OXIIRS

Ten acres devoted to testing new ,varieties. J irty C reajn.Orchardfl.1 On-' ,
,' t : of a million ((350,000)) Nursery tr es of the finest tested varieties. '

1 Our new catalogue I for..1 l-9213 the:.mostcoraprchensive wje have_ .ever issued I SWLffPRllJ

will:bejnaiied. free.on; o 4ddii ss. __', :. '. J j
11ats.n' : "G. ,L, TABBR, Glen'St_. ii .Ella: \i ;

: .. '.PALL J. #--l"J.' --1/ a

jc THE: PAINE FERTILIZER.COMPtN! ; VALVE, HO E } E R'Wnte

,JACKSONVILLE. .. '.- ..- f QRIOA.tf'5,
_ *ft),Weat Bay Street, Warehou***ant Wharv **",the tnrmjnus of the F. CCi 0 P. R.R; for Estltat
'. kt.Johns River Last Juck.onvlUe.) JfciMantifacturers '

''j : of Commercial ,FertmzersJ FSR PROFIT, IN $ iTN. -

w ... TED LIST.hiss
1
; '.V hehttle l der.lera.hi. tfpf leapprtr. ..orJ kl.jQl 1 AC"" eltnl.Cts.pat'
I: t.$.wt ..yn'1r.ameaod w Wm y,ll yo' ,imps tlf1N.t.o. U..; aek IIuraI ', ?, ., .. .
_ J"i auceeaaml... Orange rind regatabl ealt' r.ln- F w".I"" ... '

Q\M\,
.
r ;t.- 01a "

.... : :4 ., .;i ., }: Lj/ ma
.:
<<- : 7 :, 00 :.;.f
ltc : ,
... ..... ,.. .... "' ,;
'
<: .
'h r .11).:..;" ;:" :: "' :'" :c. ...:: '. : -' .;r
."' ; y"" F : : .:"'''1 ,, ,
: ,; .: 2Y 41 ":;, ;.', .:':' ., .'.' i ..# 11" L r

..: t
'
: : .;. 1i' .; ;,. .

.... : 1' i'.r



.- .. ,- .'>.- .- -"""'--- -,"", ';.'- "... r' .,

\j .

:. I : ...
,'\: .;..,, : .. '"
.. / ": I I1.
r ,
'l .: '
'. .
'
_
.. r. .. ,_
. .q I ... ... ;# :. << i THF: FTRTT>A n7APAT .:W. FARMER AND WRUTT3RAWTR.. [NOTEMBER 12..1Mt

1. ( .
s

,ti. t r' KEEP YOUR GRANS BRIGHT.

v

They, will be.'.worth fifty cents per box more than. r rusty. '. : ".
: *, ..
.
N. *>:"-':'?' ;*. '

.. The, rust mites( .do more. inJ.u'ry'to' the fruit' in September tharivat, .. any ri- ;other. ..,'...
"
-.... ,,. : ," I ,- '.. if.4"
.".. period. .;*.'4 ,\: ':.i} ,. ,>._ ...."....J-_. -. ..- '<'iii.4 :,,.,.,',< '".. ''" 't'.
; 1 '' >* the i :, .', ". \ : ,.,4 t:. "
One application of JT { 1
4 thorough: ., :. .... ., .. .. :. .
:#' + .. 1 ;J:"'; '
f '.... ... .. <'L.. ', '., ',.: ". ..'.;!> .......k.... o "-!,. Jl1. t.....- "' : /..' : t..
: > '. .:? :i f "IttI)1') :' : ....
-.- -... of '.. .' .'" 0( & 1"", .. .

i .:' EUREELA-+. INSEOTTGIDfJ3l ,

:: tift'WiIr; \ .'.. .,.... .

i ,'. ". destroy .them and Pj evenfurthbr. da- ms g- e:. .Spraying' Machines at manufacturers': price Orange box
; '
material-viz i: "Spruce pine heads, Bangor, Tupula, Poplarand Virginia Gum sides, Birch hoops,. mixed

.
-. .hoops. .orange... wraps. ,' ladders, sizers, orange clips.... nails, etc, all of the best quality and. as cheap a .
-- '
cheapest. Send-for Circulars and Price List. .
., *<. : > .
*<** -' E. BEAN Jacksonville Fla.
b ..
: ,
.'
;-. ..
'...'\. ..," ...'. :.'". ..r 1.. :..t' --
t ,: :,S':;' *; SULPHUR SOLUTION ...

j .. .. ,
**:--'t. .
:
*
INSECTICIDE
( ),

: ;. "::r,: Islhe most effective compound! yet discovered far destroying the insects infesting orange t tree, and! i is a, sovereign..rem e
.:. "::" ." for the various forms of fund 'On trees and plants. liein[ free from all substances of a caustic, corrosive l or poisonous nature, it .

'. be handled with perfect safety to the person, and applied to the trees at any stare of growth without injury. .

'This insecticide has:been used by some of t the largest orange growers ip the State during the past two years,.and has',gird',

'. /perfect satisfaction. 1 References 'furnished <'n application X, \:

h. FOR RUST: MITE USE ONE OUART TO FIFTY GALLONS OF 'WATER. \When used at this, strength the tree* should be prayed.(

for the Rust fiteJ\vice month through the season. Where labor constitutes. the principal item of expense in spraying( trees i itiand ,

S : to use the I.nsecticin.e\at full stren .: One eallon (of solution too gallons! of watt r. as the fumes from !th 't\;
.tide willpkill the Rust ,Mite 'even lithe solution should not ha touch them. J In using! the I Insecticide this strength i it '

three.t or four spra''inQ"s through ,the season, thereby reducing the cost from one-th'rd to one-half. This i is all Advantage' lossc

..' ''ae.otfier.l'repat'ation' ) of'Sulphur. if used, in this manner it will" also kill the other insects that, may. be moving on the. trees. \ ,

: :'t' FOR RED SPIDER: and SCALE, use one gallon t to fifty rallons of water. General directions for using sent on application.

'PRICE 20c.( PER' GALLON, in barrels. If there is no went in your vicinity, write'for price delivered. .

... SPRAYING, APPARATUS furnished to'our customers at cost.McMASTER. r

.
& MILLER, San 'Mateo and Citra, Fla.,


'

: SAVANNAH ,+ FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY

r .
,
*... .AND ..
.*** >," '
>*4-the''loriaa: ':'J)1'J9 p'a-toh., :Line--: : "

.>v--:" ; *. ,
: With Magnificent Connections.


;.Iv The; Grcat Fast Express Freight System 1 of the Soirtif.

....
", ;
i. : ,
'
,
);! "'-
-; The attention of ahipnr*I'dld to the T'JJtl't R. ... Line brtwvtn Hrmn Kf j Wwt and Tarns and nth Florida Rallwjiyhwe< n'Tampa and Pit nfnm.R.F.&W.Ry:bb
n twwm Jtekwuivllle.Ual lne vili' ..'BnlnhtMge. River Jacrtlon and K.v..nn.h. Pavan;rah and CbHriwton.and J)on tnm..hll' Une lwlw *n ""' ''...on..h. P .....''eJph..... Boion aad Ktw
York,and Men'h'nt.an.1 Mlurra Tra-mportatlon Company between Hnvannah and Kwltimore. The beat eqalpved,fasted and moat. prompt lines between putnu la J'1orI4a..a. l aJlItolfiU '
; North and>orthwe U .K..' \>t r _ana hIJ.ptnW1liJ.truJUb7\L following unparalleled : : vVOKTH
.ru+vra I I 8OUTII ,BOC:'D.
tDouble dally.. freight> .service for all pointa West via Albany Jerap, Bainbridge and Double dally fart frrif bt rerrlce fmn all point North and W.t via All-ary.BainbvI4. ... <
laTannah. i Jeau'J aDd vannab to all pant In Fonda fact frelgbt trains both vla.lYlsiesvill.Jaeit;
Dally fad frrigbt all 'rail rornertirn via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Fartern,Interior Bonvllle.r..Jahan. and LlT Oak
try Owl point, inclndlcf Nth,York,Boston, Philadelphia) ,JsaIUn ore"Wablnfton and Four .hlp a>wek by the fleet! fteam.hipa! of the reran !....m.ldp'CnmJNIRy.HfMRCA-eIR t
New York thew WerSj,Forth River)direct:for Kavannab Monday: ;Wedtte.dy,ildaya. ..d
Vearccounecttnna" aiek for rew York Tin OceaD'StMJI1.IbtpCoJDpanTlea1'1nc8aT.uuah; i&itnrday. -. to--
"endays. WfdnHda.. Y.lda.Dd 9Iardaya. The Bontrn and Parannah Btram-hlp Company Heartier will leave Boson Jane 4,14.
Two eonntCUon.a..Hk'-o-r.t.iUmoffl. via MerchantsW and lners'Tranapbrtatloncom 18 and 23 for. savannah dlrvct. making oonnvcUoa on the dock at. 8vaaah. with Oat
.. ,'- ftT-ngKavannaheTiry,W dn *da1 and Saturday. fielgbt train for II pnlntu In Florida' "
cexte.7 1Unns for Boston via Bofciou abd 1 ba: ,tuonab ttuanisnlp'Company,leaving Savannah Fn m 1'blladrlphla via Ocean 8tesm: .hlp. ('n., leaving PhlladHpWa Hay 9. if a.d ..
'-.e. l 1,18 and*i. t evel'7.G\'t'da71' from"cullir Jailing day Vl I. New York, toHavannnh.. -
Vln"'c-itnn-:'Phl .." lphla,(eTeJ'7), ) ten. daja, via Ocean. ,Bteazuablp Company,leaving Irmm Baltimore TU MerchnnU and Mlnera Transportation On.. ft verr TtModA* ani
,. Maw June 4 14 and 3(. < .Friday waking COM conntctlon with ts.,F.-A W.By.for,all potato la Fteria. *
,HtOliitg 4y for titekmikblpa! are subject change without notice '.

The Florida Dlcpatca Line la the qolckeat;and best freight route from all points>Xortb. ,East atd': ':West. to P or1da.. For, fall particular,rates,EtracHs and vblrptor rtc4fHscffyftaFreffbt '
-,. ;:. \: _ae .e..ts of the above floes,or to W M.P.HARDEE' a < A gent,SaTaaaab,eR .. .,
... ;. ,L' WENS,Trac Manager,Eavannab,Oa :.; ;11!B.TAPY,A.t.Tramc Manager, Bara&aab,Ga. .. W.If.DAVIOSO.Ta Trmfto !1tpJ'MUeBn e, lffae .. ;
J.P::Jeanax,TIav'-A Bt.Qa1De7.' J. .D.ATToXTraT Jlgent: JacksonTilla., J.B.8'r&PB JaekaeaTUlAR '
.:,-".' ''Jo., .t,, .., ,...-.":.. .... ; '.... 1.t".:..: . "' ? 'J.j: : 1 .

:': : _. '.. ,. ,.,.>. ,, ? <' '.v : ;:"i -.-,..;,_ .. ::4j\: ; .,,., '. . "k. .
'
: \ : : : '

: : :.: t.-,. . .; /. >,"!, /

--ilL"' ,.'f.- .... ... ...
\ "... W"
"" ;jo ; .
.
j.. "\ 4 : ..



.. .. r- ...-, P-' .'
r,4 .... ;
,_ ,. :
-
..
# 'r
-
,. ; ,,"

.' -.:4.: < : J ii,,i;: c:: > : "' .' ': ,-1 .,: : _,0 : ,,:t.. .? :. ':: .' : -- ';, 4i1 '" ;; ,. :> ,


._, -" ........ -..."..." 'd' -. ,.' J(1If-, !.- ." ...'"<"l:' .,., ..(;,'"-.) ,i ,' .. _., .. ,t1I -, ..
.I.
"',
'
.
; ?

..... ., r ..
.
""; : .1' .- >: .
:
.. .

.. ::; :


4 e i Y R l J.I T R'E': "R' .: ...



,

$2.OO'PBR TAR J JACKSONVILLE, NOVEMBER: 12, 1891. '[$2.00 PER YEAR


P NOTICE.Tke .' seen four trees'on the 'grounds of Mr. I one said "frequently, better," but stated I inferior in its "eating11 qualities, i\is

,Ire of August, 18,ffeslrcfeitfcer Crawshaw_ only' about, three inches' in that this season would ,be an excep- pronounced as unworthy general J
1 diameter of trunk, ,which turned ofl tion on account of the abundance of cultivation. r "_ '
, ,only pres: :in JaekseayiftttaL JIe! about twetity-five- bushels last. year late pears in the North. A few days since, Ijon. C. M.
to print oar paper., We areoged and would have done'as well this year The :Kieffer tree does not grow as Weston of Belgrade, Kennebec county,
to 'print 'four. pages :at a but for>a.hailstorm, and they have had large as the LeConte and does not this State, gave me a few of the Kieffer
time. This makes slow work.aail no fertilizer So'far as tested in North need over eighten feet space between pears, with.a special l injunction to pare
vexatious delay. We' ask oar and West' Florida it has had no "off trees, ,unless, it may be on 'very strong them, slice and eat them with sugar
$ years;" it has borne,as;regularly as.the land. On some .soils it seems to sprinkled over them. So I did, and
. friends to be patient() xUl; exr' ,wild- persimmon break,its limbs more than on others; never ate anything in the shape of a
Dew quarters: _can belt: .Np., >The slowness and deliberation of here it.should be headed in. pear half so luscious. The flavor js
------. the tree render it hardy. The freeze Its earliness. in coming into bearing between a quince and pineapple, and'
of ;March, 90, "which killed kaki is well, illustrated by engraving, very strong. I am so very much
W lf01fe 1 and Orchard..The .. trees 'right, ,beside it. and the frost- showing some, little nursery trees in pleased with this pear as a dessert

/ fruit hat.I feel like recommending
Worth- and --Worthlooonooo' of it as such, and also for preserving -
the Xi 1fer. '
or canning purposes. '. '
The LeConte, and, the Kieffer, are : The flesh is by no means coarse,
twins, but the former was;born first though it would not be popular eaten
and it has .overshadowed ,the other t: from the hand. Mr. Weston, to whom
k' T have referred is of the
: one : successful -
in estimation. .
unjustly, popular Many
fruit growers in this section, and,
people pick the KIeffer at: the;,same considers the tree a,valuable'sort."The I'
time with the other and 'keep.;it;: for fruit he brought to me was, below or-
.- months,. a big, ugly hu1M! ,;:which never dinary jn appearance, as it was picked
changes its color; never gets soft; :but : while green, before the fruit had ma
finally becomes a shriveled green mass : tured. Fully ripe I should considerit
as tough and jejune, as seaweed., It ,
as first class, with a value for des
ought" to be left on, the tree,six i weeksor : sert purposes which but few l kinds.pps ,:
two months longer than ,the Le sess.-.-American Cultivator., ; "/; :'<
;io Coete. Picked in the;middle" or: last .. '" '"'I :
of f September l laid away, in'a few '
Beforo Planting > : ,
weeks i it becomes soft enough(it'neyer t Pruning ;\ ?. .
p Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower: -1 ?
becomes be
melting) to good. eating
out of the hand and of a fine, russet- I think Mr. Stringfellow "is on'tKe
gokl. color. 'Left ,on the tree _until right track,"-on no other theory 'can'
October, ,i it colors ,up to a beautiful several anomalies in tree planting be accounted
is (ur.. I had already adopted ,

gold, but not. so good eating as
"
when plucked a little earlier,, :haying i his plan of pruning root and toj);
in small LeConteand
resetting
more :'sa&d.1. heavily
It 'is not to be denied that; the Kieffer pear trees to grow another
Kiefc: rr when improperly 'plucked, is season, and with very satisfactory,
mo-re.subject to this, grain or sand suits. With all their rcots left on, they
than the LeCo'nte, but w is a much always made an unsatisfactory wtb,
'r ch -Aavor ed pear, ,even when eaten and I long ago found out that I could
raw. Horticulturists will doubtles; get a bearing fig tree from a ten ;jrich

learn the,time to pick and},the .wayVo cutting sooner than from .a six foot
handle which 'will,prevent the formation : tree with a full .system of roots jilt
of this 'gram. The writer has was transplanted./) always cut my
eaten kietifers grown at Green' Cove pear trees off about forty,inches from'_
of which' ,the ground when I plant, them and J.
,. Spring, preserved,,the texture ,
was',as fine as silk clear to ,the core. -- would now trim the roots back severely,
What time they were picked could but to getthe benefit of Strfngfellow's
not be ascert iaed. In richness,there system a tree should certainly be
was no_comparison ,between.them'.and I planted early in the fall to repair this
theLeCorite.: damage before the spring, growth be.sun. .

What;is- particularly: ,remarkable is of April '91, which reduced I I fruit, for which we are indebted toIessrs. -It:would certainly be risky latein
.... that this, tree, notwithstanding the the' LeConte crop one-half or two- l Augustine .&- Co., Normal, the spring when most people plant
slow, monumental qualities of ,its thirds:in_ ,some sections, both left the HI., trees. J. H. GIRARDEAU. ".
fruit, which} resemble those .of the Kiefier, unharmed in tree and fruit. ----.--'-0. ---- vr. MonticeHo,Fla. .
orange, stretching,through almost nine The most'that could be-said was' that The Kieffer Pear.
months of the, year, is that' it: :comes the'Kiefler crop of '91 was not quite; This pear :is said to_ be a hybrid be- James Blake at tl -packing houseof
into bearing even younger than 'thee as heavy'as.that,of ,'90. tween the Bartlett, and the Chinese E. ,Leybourne, on Saturday night
e ,mercurial LeConte. And m prolificacy.also KfelTer pears have sold in Jackson sand pear. The tree is a strong, vig- timed'himself, in packing'the fruit and
it exceeds that suffid tly pfdiific yule this fall, wholesale, at$r to$1.50 .orous-grower'and exceedingly productive made the following record: J,056
tree, so that it has a',constant.t temefcacy: bushel: as..to quality. We wrote to but it has not had a very good 'oranges,. packed in 176 size boxes in
to overbear and break 'its limbs.. In two' of foremost: fruit merchants t'I name in New England from the fact forty minutes. This means six boxesin
the.thin sands of Florida, and thoU t of New York and one in Philadelphia, that most other kinds are superior ,forty minutes, or nine boxes .an'
.the affixation of any fert iyi!, tieloin. soliciting their opinion of the Kiefier when' eaten-from the hand. This has h6ur. Mr.' Blake says he can kee .
.of fruit! it yields year, 'as 'a commercial fruit. All replied! ,been the usual! way of testing the up at this rate: all l day." -Gakssviile.Sun. 'i: :
The,writer has> 'I that? sell well the. LeConte qualities of and when "one is .- .v- ;;: ;;
are;;truly remarkable.. : they as. as, ; pears J ..:. < .: ];;;. .

'; "-- ". ., >..<,
'
.
I < "- ..' ,: ..
: ,,, "_}b; -':. : '; :..- ', '. ,' '" '" '' ': 6"r

.. ... ..
.
.' :- '':':::>:'- -" < '. .. .:. .,' -. .:: ... ;
; "' '
: ; :
2" : :
'::. : .: 3 ; ::.: : : -" : \ : ,
#
". 11' rJ'0. ,
,
'"-
I'r 1 4r 1 ...,
-
"
..



'- .. ..
'" ., ..; .
.
"
4.F -

,.
y
i
1
.
.. : J .. : ... '
; ;
','_ .' -:: : v-";" .. ',,w' -
'" '"
,
:
"
f: ;. : :: : ';::: FLORIDA DISPATCH,FARMER AND 'RUlT- ROWER. [NOVEMBER ,.1891 ;

a
9
; One Galifornian's Ideas. \ somewhat suggests'a greased .Apache ble:number of our"readers'will express Making; Sis-year-old Groves in
r ) *ftor Farmer and FruitGroWufYour vying with:sweef sixteen!: Such breaking desire to see, it, we will reprint it in Three a .
issue; of September 24th contains of the oil-cells begins:destruction ,full. It displays much acumen.:-ED. Kirk''' Munroe said,. eight or ten
a review arid'criticism'of*"The of keeping quality or "durability," .*----. years ago: "There is a long and
6 California Idea" by ,Mr. ,A. :Hi ,,Manville ; which Mr. Manville so rightly values. The Lime. hungry gap between piney"woods anda
Florida member of committee; Coming 'peel w'bjch'\r. Man* bearing orange, grove.," 'It was true,
on 'scale for judging citrus fruits. vllle denominates "the'; vexed ques- Mr. D. Morris; assistant director, of too, (that time,but the gap has been
California the Kew Gardens, England, recently ''bridged by' budding and now .
The Scale, as ;sprinted by tion, his argument :opens,so many partly ,
you was,not accompanied rules:of curious '(to me) lines of thought-that''I delivered .lecture ton horticulture: in' it is'to' be half filled up by a newmethod
application, these not being" fully prepared find'myself wondering whether he has: Jamaica, in the course of, which he of' propagation, for which we
: said: The lime is a small acid fruit indebted to Mr. Wm. M. ,Rowell of '
at the date of ,my communica been doing missionary,work or whether are
tion to Mr. Manville. In their-;absence- shall,be doing such if I attempt"rel ;= which can be Used in more ways than Fort Meade\ who will be rememberedas
he'fell into,misapprehension of several "Are we 'after a, fruit that can yogi, I am sure;" are aware of. It can the inventor ,of the "Lightning
points.; This desire to correct and be pounded, he asks. To thisI be planted between the banana trees Budder"
further to contend bit in some'mat ,would answer in the words of a minister at sixteen or eighteen feet apart arid it Mr. Rowell's process is almost
ters,of differcncejas"well as to signifymy whom I used to hear-preach in a springs into a small tree when,it is ten startling in 'novelty, yet it is very
liking of others of his ideas. Fort country' schoolhouse, "Not by no or twelve inches high. When the simple. Briefly stated, it is about'as ti
bananas.are exhausted then the limes
5, purpose permit me to.use: the manner of means in the world!" If, follows: cuttings one.fourth to one-half
columns of paper ofwhich I are 'ready to be reaped for the first in diameter and ten or twelve
your ( have as Mr. Manville says, "a thick peel is inch
long been -a reader,' regarding it as never strong or tough," then Jhe search crop. Then later they can be usedin inches long,are taken from any healthy
standing easily among'the especially for, such fruit is vain. I do not, however many ways. They can be shipped citrus tree, 'and buds of any desired r
valuable journals of,horticulture.) see how, from any point of view raw, in barrels to Boston or other variety are put in them. This is donein
If Mr. 'Manvilie the will extremelyunimportant. towns where they are used in that barn and the cut.
or printer, "protectiveness in the peel is 'the house or as
kindly restore, the "0" in ,the first ." He makes"durabilitythe condition. The rawjuice can also, be tings are budded they are placed in
word of shipped to England or the States. The and covered with dirt.
my phrase "Citrous Quality"he commercial requirement not of boxes lightly
will ,find raw juice is concentrated; being boiled' remain, until wanted for '
the
perhaps more readily the'rind, but of the fruit" Does he There they
meaning. "Citrus Quality" may bea mean that? Will the fruit keep with., down in large quantities until it is reduced planting. The cuttings will form roots, 4
"meaningless phrase but I have out a durable'peel l? to one-twelfth of the original but the buds will remain dormant until 'f
never used it, and so; will not pass I cannot follow, for want of time volume. It then turns Qf a black color the cuttings are transplanted whether '
judgment: I wanted a good English and space, through all, but will'simplysay and is called concentrated lime juice. that be three weeks or three years.,
adjective formed by1' the,rules of 'our that quality and thickness of peel l It is sent home for the preparation; Of When planting in grove form, the
language, and capable of clearly are alike elements in the long keepingand citric acid which is in much demand cuttings are placed in a vertical position -
expressing thrdistinctive.quality that safe handling of the fruit, and b.y the large factories, of Yorkshire and if seedling 'trees are' to be imitated
resides in fruits",of the genus,'citrus.. peel of such thickness is allowable as Lancashire. In the centres of the or in an almost horizontal position -
As I desired to.make- the termin.ology ,the market will receive'without objection lime industry, women sit in the plan if it be the grower's i intention to
of the scale the 'most.,exact pos I In a perfect peel the thicknessis tations with brass basins in their handsin plant close and produce 'small trees;
sible, I adopted this phrase, 'citrous measurably aC least, proportionate which by a simple process ,they and when the object is to dwarf the
bruise the rind of the lime from whicha
,quality, rather than "acidity." The, to: the size pf the.orange. ,The, rules trees, the cuttings are almost inverted. ,
latter is indeed indefinite, for there are of the California scale admit of"this. fine delicate acid exudes.- At the In either case, the cutting is entirely "
'many kinds.of'acidbut, "citrous qual.iti' No procrustean measure for "peel," end of the day the woman,or: girl gets covered with dirt, except the portion
is' inseperable from citric acid; if you please. paid 6d., 8d. or gd. for the ,quantity occupied by the bud, which is pro-
therefore I think:Mr,'Manville in error In the matter of "size" I cannot she has obtained during the 'day. It .tected by a small cylinder of zinc,
when he,says it "must always, have a help thinking that the scale should be is then filtered into a large bottle,:care : two or three inches long, which is
definition tacked to it." elastic. The:Navel. is large (under fully stoppered, and sent home. Thisis fitted to, the cutting, and protrudes
Again, :Mr. _Manville stands, {for stand that Florida does not,judge ''it the essence'or oil of limes for which through the soil,. giving light and air
"tissue" rather than for 'ifiber." there,Js a large demand. I'can'assure is removed how-
A strictly by her rules) and, the. Paper to the bud. This ;
study of the uses of the; two words Rind St. Michael small. Both are of you,thatthere, is a wide and profitablefield ever, when the bud attains a height of
however will show him that, in vegeta- great excellence.: Why'ot have for any one starting the cultivation ten to twelve inches, and the soil is
ble'physiology,' as in-animal,, the term scale that will not lay a''penalty"upon of limes in this island. then drawn up around the bud. The
tissue covers cellular structure as well the highest priced oranges of the_market subsequent cultivation is the same as
as vascular. Now? as this division of.the ? 1 The Best Time to Plant.In with .trees propagated in the usual

scale has no reference to,cellular,tissue Now, about those late oranges. Mr. our short sojourn in the orange way. Mr. Rowell has applied for a
but refers solely to the,vascular, which Manville tells your folks that he,"shall growing:belt, we have found opinionsas patent on the tube. ,
latter is fibrous, it is obvious that try to obtain buds of'the June to December to the best time toplant citrus treesto Now for\results. Mr. Rowell, has -
"fiber" is the correct:term: kinds." He is again wrong. be almost various as the numberof a grove which has been produced by
On the other hand; "grain" refers He,has the buds now but he'needs persons whom we consulted, each his method. It is on new solely to the cellular structure,and Mr., climate., Send and 'get climate to inspire one seeming to hold a different view. I that has never, been cowpenned or
Manville! again errs in connecting it, in ,your debilitated Naranjas and Our brief, but somewhat dearly fertilized, in any way. The grove is
part, with "tissue.and, peel 'characteristic. keep them,sprightly till the new crop bought,' experience has taught us the now yielding. its first crop-over 300
." I think it would,be better:to comes; climate that will ,refresh'your fallacy of fixing, on any one period of oranges to the tree in'some instancesand -
let"grain" stand,rath r'than'to.; .merge 'gator,ponds'and turn your :;fine-}hammocks the year as the best time without,due is.only three. years old. The public .
it and its counts'in juice characteristics into'storehouses'of jerked'mos-' attention to various contingencies.The is,invited, to inspect these trees and
'with which latter it is ,indeed quitoes; climate, that makes "the eyes general belief seems to- be that compare them with anywell-cared-for
cloie1yallied. of night twinkle: as she peeps ,down December and January being a comparatively seedlings six years old. There are'some "
Again, i if California were to yield to the mountains to. note the, energetic dormant season, is the best; other advantages claimed for this system ,, :
the,Florida idea.of leaving out color slumbers of the folks below; climateto that roots will be forming and the of propagation which we cannot
of flesh," it would be but,.the cessionof exhilarate a man and make him rejoice newly planted tree making preparationfor now point out; ,
a very insignificant, point. While ,to see the;other fellow get medals.: 'the season of growth. But it is Mr.\ Rowell has Japan persimmons
'regarding it as better to let it stand Oh, send and,get'some climate! is often found that this season is not one budded in the same way. He inform
yet, if changed, its three counts shouldbe I subjoin the California scale with of preparation for growth, but one of us that he already has orders for over
added "Color of 'Peel,?' which rulesln full, together with the paper is gradual death to the tree if drouth, as $1,000 worth of budded cuttings of
would be consonant ,with- }'Ir. Man read,by,me before the American POT often the case, prevails. Others again,' various, kinds.-'Bartow Courier-In. H
ville's 'statement that, "Florida does mological Society, hoping that you say that_ February, the period when formant.
not give ough.importa.nce to color."- may be able to give the entire matterto the new growth of 'the tree begins! is .
Mr. Manville expresses his'views of ,the people of your State.J. the opportune time, and it i is frequently Middlemen's Profits Saved to the ,:<
"bloom" with charming! candor to- E. CUTTER. found,that trees planted ;at this period 'Con uln.<.<. ".. l *
wit::: "Bloom we object to'as'a.local. Riverside, CaL,.Oct..24.IB9i. continue their growth with but little We'sell direct to the coasuiser, and

quality. Florida oranges have 'nor Mr. Cutter's scale,would make fully check. ,Still others ,prefer the begin can save you 2'0' per cent. .On the
bloom they are all, .polished ,before two'columns of our paper. We haveno ing of, the' time 'of our summer rainfall Buggy.The "Complete Horse Book"1
going to exhibit or: to market!" Permit desire prejudge it and'will. refrain ,arid if this rain fall is sufficiently I tells how., Sent lo-l'IO: cents silver or

.lae suggest that, t it-is the abstiict from all comments on it ,for',the pres protracted, great .success attends'theirefforts. \ stamps. Pioneer:; Buggy Company. !
of bloom that' is;; "local." As for ent. So far as our: reading extends i it We incline to the belief that Coluiafrus: ,' (X f
comparing a "polished"'orange, shin- has'never been published in any California with''evergreen trees the time of year
lag in the oU squeezed from its own : paper as yet; and is forwardedto matters little, but the condition of the. jto'v v NBBD JRINTINO op.AXY'XIm. .
peel to one of untouched bloom it [} 8ea4 to.BaO ta Prinlt g and. PbthtiiPtoe ...... --
us'as a "proof_but if a considera-; ground( much.-Halifax Journal. ,JaefcaeBvflle,.Fla, --

< .. .
w ;;, ,
.
"
_. .
.' J-;: > "' .'.-ii"", : "'_ .<,' "" ."'.'.",{."J..';. ,:'::; ; 'J. ;-ft,':''J:': ,,' ;,. 4" t #. tffx9-' "t'.'. ,,-., ::,t..:,' ,' ,''
:: ', :'It:' 'j;'; '<<' .:*: :

: '- ,; .-'::1'vZ'.' .: :;Rw' ': ," C. ';} .,. '.. ';' ,- ;; :: ," ':;-'. ,,{!, ,-<.
}. ".. "

If'
".. 1 -

>>.......... !' 7-' D, Ta



_
"

.
'
.. '. -- t"
i ,.. '
V' : ,." ', ",
: :
:' < :
'
: :
oy-.r"12. ,18ti' t. ': THE, _,.., -:' FLORIDA- DISPATCH, "'FAR- ..AND: ,J'KUIT-GKOWEB., .' ,J> _, i ',.' < ..,913..p, i

w :1
I, -
New:Industries, Needed. than',a:sand ridge, will, infallibly sup. meet any'reasonable.demand existing' r distributed than they had,ever been .
,, Does'any thoughtful citizen suppose, plant,the wired grass with a little assistance there, ,for, 'fruits, ana'that 'California before. Superintendent Availho, who.. ..
that. Florida can be, built up into', agreatt fr m'man,' ;and''that, too, without' fruits' cannot be sold there at any has:charge of the melon busineSs' on -
.and" prosperous, State on' orange the.,sod.ever being; 'broken or: a seed profit.to the'shipper.So the Savannah, Florida,and Western '
,growing? How many orange growers being'sown. Continual dose mowingor : that ,success to, the California r Railroad. said that melons, from his -
do, our readers estimate; there areln. :: depasturing with] ,stock will effect orchardist, so far,as the Atlantic mar road'had never btfore: been consignedto .'
the State? 'We doubt'if there are ten this beneficent ,change. And we assert ket'is concerned would seem to depend but eighty-six places. This season .
thousand men ,in' Florida to-day'wh 'as':a,practical ,stockman of,many : upon a.failure of the Atlantic he says they were shipped to one hun-
grow oranges for shipment. And the, years' experience, that. an acre well orchards to,make a,crop, of fruit-a dred and eighty-six places. This
number is not,increasing,very rapidly, s'etin this carpet grass on fairly.good thing not safe/to. depend upon when seems as if they were better, distributedthan
if at:all, because some groves are being flatwpods .soil is, equal in value, considering -. many contemplate engaging in fruit heretofore, '
abandoned and'others are being;trans that: it. will afford pasturage growing as a paying industry. In I agree with R. H. S. in: everything 4
ferred to the charge of agents, in short, nearly all the year, to an acre of tim, view of the' numerous orchards, now that,he; says about melons ,being .
being consolidated. There; is a'grati ''othY"north, of the Ohio:river. in bearing, or soon to come into bear badly delayed in ,getting to market; -
fying yearly increase in the,output of We: have lost no jot, or' tittle o( ing, in' California and neighboring also in what he says about the trouble
oranges, owing,, to the growth of the faitli ,in,orange growing-in the'right States, and Territories, and in view of and damage caused by certain cars,
trees, but there is not,a corresponding places-and w'efully believe thatFlorida the markets for our fruits being lim- being forced to, go over certain lines.
increase in population. Some. day, ,could>e made to supply the ited and,well defined, there can be no This will,always hurt the; melon busi- ,
not far: remote,this process must come whole,. United_ States with.'orange doubt'but that, there may be seasons ness. All cars should be made neu
to a.standstill, if i it:has not"already! to the end or'time.. But all when there ,will. be. overproductionsof tral. We did every thing we couldto
cwe mean, ,the increase,ofpopulatioii.The oranges or all cotton or all' pineapples get cars moved promptly, and we
wealth, of,the phosphate fields, or all tobacco is nota In view of the capabilities of this divided our business with every I line
great as: that may prove. _to, be, will sound. civilization.! Without milk country to produce vast quantities of that goes out of the 'State. Melons
i ,avail very little to stem the current and butter and eggs and some grass fruit, it .rests altogether with fruit were piled up for miles along the ]line
I. :and turn it back.' Miners as,a:class there is no home, that most sacred growers whether' they will push the; of the central road-they being unable -
I do not 'create desirable communities; thing,in Anglo-Saxon life. See_ how industry to over-production or other.. to get cars enough to move the
I they are generally more or less -degraded the great orange growers, as soon as' wise. In my opinion the tendency crop as fast as. it was ready.: R. H.
I, in character and shiftless in they, are out of debt, send for Jersey is to over-production. Should such S. says "cars frequently held 1,200 to '
I their habits forming'a'pajnful' contrastto cows and surround themselves with. be the ,outcome of the industry, the 1,400 melons when they should have "
F the peaceful, tidy and thrifty vie comforts. The cow could usher in'anew high value of fruit lands will collapse; been large enough so, that 1,000 -
I lages of agricultural and Sruit-growing. : and better era for Flonda.-ED. they,will cease to have any speculativevalue would have loaded a car." We fully .
I' .sections. .- { ; beyond their rental value they agree with R. H. S I The great orange and vegetable OVer, -Pro Iu Uon. of Fruit in Cali will be worth.nothing: we have nothing to do with it. R. H. I
I, growers in the fertile hammocks,reap fornia. S. should bear in mind that the best.
|, sufficiently large profits to enable them [By'\VUHam C.Blackwood before the California : l1\lD Tl\tIe1\E\ melons were sold early in the season .,
I to spend their summers at the:coast, State,Horticultural Society.] JtJ1 ]MEI ] and that,left us the sorry ones.
I in the mountains or'in R. H. S. "it is evident
the Northern ; In view of the present prevailing, : says very
[States. Where there are large towns low prices of many of California's THE GEORGIA MELON CROP that the Melon :Exchange: accom-
PTtfc -Oriando and Ocala, forming a'' most desirable fruits'with no improvement plished one pood thing for the growers -
I: nucleus of society, orange growers in'prices, it becomes 'a matter of :A Defense of the ,Macon Produce that is, In bringing more buyersto
|. and their families cluster,together and serious consideration as>to what theTuit Exchange. the field. It is estimated that fully
f. stay content all the year. But ,in the industry is coming to. Can it Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: twenty per cent. more melons were
I, vast'stretches of piney woods,the lone- be',made to,continue! profitable to the My attention ,was called to-day to sold than ever before." In the first
[ ''sameness'and, isolation of pioneer life, orchardist, or will it be abandoned asa an.article, in your' issue of July 23, part of the season I think fully fifty
L the expense 'of fertilizer needed, to: ,nonpaying industry? .As a non headed,, "The Georgia Melon Crop," per cent more were sold and at fifty ,
bring up a grove, the years of waiting, paying, industry, I think will never and signed R. H. S., Thomasville, per cent. higher prices. Just so longas ,
[ and the mishaps which often overtake abandoned; -yet, I think the day Ga. The article was followed by an the growers stood square up to the
r inxperienced, men cause families to when',the California orchardist, could extract from the Chicago Produce Exchange and told every soliciting
I abandon their,property and move,into count Tiis i profits 1>Y' the, hundreds of Trade: Reporter. Will you kindly allow agent, "I, will sell you my melons or
| town or;return to the North.' They 'dollars per.acre' has ,passed away forever me space to correct some, of the I[ will ship through the, Exchange,"
; generally do this with reluctance and One-thirdof the orchards now sins, of omission and commission just so long did the soliciting agents
f often with bitter regrets, because they 'growing in California are not yet in which R. H. S. charges to the Macon i plank down the hard cash for the'
I have learned- to love a climate,which bea ing: New districts of country, Produce Exchange? melons. Growers began to consign,
f possesses some secret and'subtile fascination both north, and :south, are being R., H. S.. says'that "the Exchange buyers held up, the cold snap came,
I that attracts men as lover is constantly filled with, young orchards; seemed to have an agent at every the market bro]$e down and never did
drawn toward' his mistress. Arizona and New Mexico 'on the shipping point, ''who, it was understood react during the season. The bulk
i There are vast tracts in Florida southeast Oregon and Washington! received six dollars per 'car of the money that was, received for
i which ought to be utilized,for grazing, onthe;, ,, northwest, to ,say nothing of for every car he loaded for the Ex melons was received at the rate of '
|, for the production of ,beef, butter, I Nevada.. Idaho amid, Montana have change." We had an agent at the $150 to $200 per car from buyers that
i cheese and perhaps also wool mohair 1 gone and are going' largely into fruit majority of shipping points, the majority the Exchange forced into, the field
; and early: mutton lambs. :Florida in, I culture, as a paying industry, andwhere of whom received from 5oc. to and for which the Exchange got noth.,
i' winter is an immense boardinghouse i is:the world's market to be for $1[> per car, instead of six dollars per ing and in some cases not eyen"thanks ,
tenanted by,people who are able and, prono'uncedaccess Qn to the fruit car; The balance received a salary. ," which don't costanything.
anxious to pay for something,better and I supply R. H. S. is five dollars a car too high. I don't think any Exchange could
;: ,fresher than the contents of tin cans. Australia takes now of California K. H. S. further says that so far as have saved the:melon grower:this*sea-
There are immense! stretches of flat-", fruits to :a limited extent, but New he could learn, "there :were over,one son. The crop was large; South Georgia -
; woods extending all along the Gulf Zealand and Tasmania have recently hundred agents in Ohio." We had ,and Middle Georgia came on at
I. coast from Pensacola to Tampa, and gone; largely:into fruit.culture and will exactly twenty. But if we could have 'he same_ time, the extremely cool
often reaching thirty miles into the interior -' soon be able to supply the Australian had one in every place in Ohio large summer East and West-which caused ,
which'could be made in i a few :demand for home productions.: India enough to handle a car of melons it more damage than :all of the other
years to support hundreds of thousands and China do and may take some of would not have cost'the shipper one troubles combined-the ,delay In getting .
, of cattle, as they now do thou- our;'fruits. England and, to a limited, cent more, and would have possibly melons to market, promiscuous .
' sands, .in some fashion, on the, native' r extent; continental Europe buy our given a better distribution. We do shipping, the shipping green.melons
wire-grass. By persistent close mowing fruit product.: The main consumersof lot pay our Eastern ,and Western In June, the shipping, of a great: many
., .i two or three times! a year; .for California fruits are found in the agents for Handling. They chargeten small melons from some sections, all
about three years, this harsh_and taste: Mississippi Valley and in the north per cent.* to the shipper and allowus combined made it the most disastrousyear
less grass can be extirpated and, then western States and for these markets a rebate. to the melon grower that the
, the carpet grass (Pas/!INIiI flat raivl) ,we;-'have to compete with the 'fruitgrowers ,:R...H. S. says; 'The, Melon ,Exchange writer ever saw. '
or Louisiana' grass, 'as it ,is ,called ,in of the ,Atlantic 'States, and, instead of securing a better With a hot summer East and West,
West Florida, comes in of its'own'ae- with, what success, the; shippers of distribution of melons, seemed to 'I have no 'doubt but that the'crop- "
cord. We have seen this demonstrated California fruits to the Atlantic States bunch them more' than the growers which was not too large, being only
In several instances, which,we this year only can tell. It would ,have personally watched for years. 'seem that with a successful fruit year own information and motions." The (10,500)) cars-would have brought
:\This admirable and nutritious. {grass,. like the-present the fruit growers ,east fact is, we,opened up.over a hundred fair,prices. The South Carolina,crop:
4n a soil which is:something, better of,the ': mountains are fully able to, new, -markets. ,' <* The""raeldns.. were better was,a worse failure than the Georgia,'. "

t- .,: .... ,
,. : ,.
:>- .
', '.,' i.{., .... .- ,;' .. .
h :
r .: ,-, ',., _, .. J :. ,.. "
F, :- '-.,,7f $:.; ;- ,, ,T>''" '.:. ;.fli!: -.u." ,JT ';;!! : .. ,f_. .
: : ;" $ '

;. .1- _, ,...r ; r' '" .=: ;: <;:"!'. ": ,'";r .." .. ,;- ,. -- KV ,: ,': "_:.-f, <. .", 1. '


Sf
1t1
r -
s.



M
,


',<;,:-. *;.: : -: '7: .: .: .. .. '

., : ..

,:'" i4\"\: ...; ..'..--' -.- :,-',L-. ."._-_;_" '____, -." 'TBi'WJUbAJ)1BPA.TCIi. _. : ,,.fABkER: ',AND FRtnT..GROm'. [ (&OVEMBEB12, 1891

-

: :-crop. The, Indiana crop;was nearly This treats the'soil i like a piece of linen Pekin, and that_ is when intention of dry land and pump water fora lot

as bad. .J5o far: as prices were con- rubbed avera'washboardmakes it fine ally or otherwise injure,anyone, apologize of ducks:and geese and buy feed for

,ceraed, the Florida cabbage crop'and and firm. Lastly comes the roller, and offer reparation; and "I ,am them, and if you don|t soon be ;SL

the Georgia.peach crops were:all fail. which is also:indispensable, following not going to be slow about,it" either., "third party" man and want more
ures, not bnnging .one-half: the usual after'theplank-drag and firming the If you had seen'me all day yesterday -; money issued perjnpita I'll knock un

prices The cool'summer North prevented packing a bucket of water in each der. Now, sir, I never allow any
soil.No
the usual'rise in lemons in July seeds. can germinate to advantage hand from my water'wagon wateringthe man to excel me in generosity arid

and caused buyers to. lose,thousands ,and the,fine rootlets of plants can trees off,five acres' ,and then repeating liberality, so I respectfully dedicate
of dollars. Growers.of; all kinds 'of not travel and gather nourishment if ,the,same to-day, you' wouldn'tsay this duck talk to the author of uPek ti

perishables should, look into and find the ,soil is coarse and loose, full of I was too lazy to pack water for ducks do best without water."

out: the causes of poor prices''' and air-spaces which dry up the delicate ducks would you? But,then I ,didn't; Mr. Editor, if there is one thing I

as far as possible try'and' remedy this spongioles as they attempt to reach have to for I had a tub by my stock-, am more enthused over than all othersit
evil 'Usually ''the commission men across them-ED. trough whichjs pumped into at' least i is to' see Florida placed in the light-

; and the Exchange get all 'the blame. .r three times'a day,, and 'each time the she deserves to be. There may be

commission man that'would have Fighting Cabbage Insects. ducks get their .share. And as for other lands equal to her in all the ad-

-": stolen a car of melons ;this: .season Some seasons the grasshoppers and being "familiar" with ducks, if you vantages and delights she possesses,

would,have been,very foolish. other insect pests, are troublesome had driven up a lot of ducks every but I have never seen them. If there
The plans of the Macon Produce on the very plants. The night into a pen and got up everymorning is anything lacking in all her realms
Exchange are the only'ones'by which Alachua County young truckers fight them before .day'looking for eggsas i to satiate the human heart with all its

the crop can ever bedistributed: give with fire. They haul or rake up two long as I did, you might think earthly longings I don't know what it
ing the best results to the grower; I large windrows of dry trash paralleland "familiarity breeds contempt; ,and I is. But then you know Plutodoyou

know that we have the full con- six or eight feet apart, then with guess it did, and I ,reckon,that is the reckon he begot the "plutocrats?"

fidence and the full cooperation rattle-traps, bells horse-fiddles, tin reason the ducks didn't lay; anyhow,, -was not satisfied with heaven, andI
and the ,best wishes of a great ,: etc., they drive swarms of them, I didn't get any eggs, and I have'' got reckon there are some not satisfied .
many growers and shippers. I am in pans between the windrows and set fire one Pekin duck left and I anv- not with Florida and would, not be with

,, aware of :the fact, that "nothing suc- to them all along on, the outsidein going to swap it off for a turkey either, all the earth if they had it.
needs like success," 'and ,I also believe and because I have plenty and every Totry.tocheckthemisrepresentationsin
places at once a great
that R. H. S. wrote his articlein many are consumed. During the turkey-hen has..laid me,three settingsof regard to the productiveness of

good faith and-with the best inten- heat many of the day when they are thickon eggs during,the summer. They are Florida without commercial fertilizers,I
tions. I will add that the Macon the best it. article the Ocala Banner
only the beds of ,the' plants, they layers yet-after they get at wrote an for ;
Produce Exchange only handled .walk along ,the sides young Hof' them and Don't Jet them sit, and they will lay this you were pleased to copy and that
about four thousand cars out of a fling large handfuls :;of sand with three clutches of eggs of twelve to led to "farm talks." In these, talksI

a crop of over ten'thousand cars; and great force into them which' drives thirteen with very little intermission, have never said anything for "bun

: that we had nothing to do with the ten them off temporarily., ,We would_recommend and then, go right straight to gettingfat combe" or "eclaw"-those two wordsI I

days' blockade in_ Savannah which our readers who are afflicted for Christmas.! They don't hang got a friend to translate from North

broke down the eastern markets.. We with:these or other insects, includingcut around waiting to be fed and watered Carolina and France they are not '

are not discouraged',,never expectto worms, to try the California plan like a duck, but go browsing around :Latin, but simply' to relate a varied' ,
'be, but will continue to do the very of poisoning them with a mixture of everywhere, like a razor-back, picking 'experience of eight years in this.m. -

best we can- to ,establish a market wheat: bran and Paris wettedup seeds of all kinds. ,A turkey.will make represented arid misunderstood land,
.value for all the melons and fruits with green Paris more good eating, and cost less money in a way to aid in dispelling the dark
water-:-one part' ,greento
that are raised-inGeorgia'and Florida.T. twenty parts bran.-ED. than any other fowl, unless you clouds in which Florida literature had
0., SKELLIE. ..* have to buy them. They are, how- become enveloped. These>talks have '

Macon"Ga. Lettuce for a Shipping Crop. ever, the most ,delicate of all fowls been and will be my experience and
P. .S.-I agree with R. H. S. in when young, and reiqure 'nice care observation. ,
A certain amount' of first-class
what he says about ,the 'Florida :Fruit till strong enough to go out for them- In reply to your question in the /
white crisp head lettuce i is always
Exchange. Mr A. 'M. Ives, the in the Northern ,markets selves, and then nothing seems to hurt paper: of the 8th, "when,will the earth, I,
General Manager, is 'one of the best acceptable during the winter 'and spring-first- them. I have the best success by lose its fertility?" will say, when you '
business men in the whole country setting and hatching them under hens, cease to subsoil and irrigate. 1.lyex. .
class be it observed. We are ac-
and the success of Exchange': is due but you must keep the,fleas; off. perience in deep plowing and the.
,quainted with ,, gardener ,in Bradford
a
.. to'his goodTnanagement: ;;,but we'don't who netted over' from Now, the reason I pronouncedPekin power of clay dug ,twenty feet below"
believe that'Mr.Jves will risk his business county $.150. ducks a fraud away from water, the surface to produce plants and grass
about half of lettuce last winter.
reputation in,handling cabbages a -acre was they proved so to me and to all leads me to believe the fertility of the,
The seed should be at in
when ,the crop ,is ,so, large, ,that the sown once whom I have known to try them. earth, is inexhaustible.
rich mellow beds and
whole,country'smells) like"pot liquor," very kept The same fowls which did so well at The first plowing I ever did in
watered and covered for few
or in handling Georgia .watermelons has been described several a days timesin Panasoffkee, when brought 'up' here 'Florida, was "- seven years ,ago. It "
\ ,whe everybody admits that the crops as where they did not have free access to was in an old field which had
columns for seed until
was two weeks late, but shipping our celery water did just as mine'and had to be been cultivated in sugar-cane before
it In
commenced the,same day that it did begins to sprout. January or sent back. I tried a lot from another ,the ,war,, and for sometime after
be
': last year. Green} or. ripe, the 'siXth :into February beds they in, may transplanted inches place and the result was the,same. in cotton and corn, but for soin .years
day of June is.the day 'T ,commenced rows eighteen My experience has been the sameas had been turned out and had grownup '
and about fifteen eighteen
,last', year, 'anii. I am going to ,commence -' apart inches in the or my neighbors, but if Mr. A. can with'briers and 1 broom; sedge. The>i

the same day this.year. what'on the row, depending The ,Salamander some- do well with them on uplands, like old: ridges were there yet, and I wasadvised ;';
T. O. S. variety. Bro. Adams, I_, will say, "that's a to burn off and bed back. I
o' is'a good variety, ,also' the Han- good way too," and be glad, and didn't like, this one.horse business ..
and there others that yield
Putting the Soil in Fine Tilth. son, are won't lose my temper either, But I and don't yet. So I went,to Ocala
fine heads. These should '
The best plowman with,the best steel large, crisp, won't advise anybody to start a duck and was fortunate ia finding a two-
be' in barrels 'with small
'plow 'can,not do perfect work. The lump shipped of,ice in the of each a bar- farm away' from plenty of running horse plow: and a good one. With I
masses of dry crabgrass and other trash I center water or a good lake, and_ the number: two good strong horses, I run that
rel. If .of readers desire it
will accumulate and'go under in wads, will any ,further'our: later of places suited'to an, enterprise of plow as near to the beam as,I could and
' ;- leaving pockets or air-holes underneath on.-ED.we give particulars that kind in Florida without limit. turned everything out of sight, and'

,, the furrow-slice. If these are not O Now, as long as'I am'backed up by turned',dirt. in sight that had never, I
,beaten down they will become centersof Practical Farm Talks-No. 15. Uncle Moses Gallberry I am not going enjoyed the warmth of the sun or

dryness during'the fall drouth, ;and Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: to take back anything said about Celt'a'' breath of air. My neighbors .

plants set near them, will be stuntedor I have just finished plantings fiver: Pekin ducks. But that don't said I, would ruin, my land by ,

killed outright: The ,disk harrow acre orange, grove and I have been mean you can't raise ducks, and turning so much: sand on top. I had
will cut into:these pitfalls and letthem looking at my pocketbook; and i if Mr. geese too, and have them do, sub-soiled before had looked into this

down; this'.admirable implement ought Amsden's,pocketbook was any flatter well in Florida. A very small thing 'and I was satisfied :there was

to be'run over the, l land 'until it is so after being stepped on by' your'inter-- capital invested in.ducks and geese at not, as much sand in Florida as people .

well compacted that.the foot:of a'man esting and funny correspondent1 he. Crystal River or Homosassa; where : thought. I, sowed this in oats,.

walking over: the field' will nowhere can take mine. 'Why, sir, it, looks as they'can; feed, on fish and, frogs and whiCh didn't,get high enough to cut.

'break,through. Next: comes.the,plank if an elephant had tramped on it. i snails and, roots of wafer: plants andhave I didn't:: expect them to; I turned my

drag or, rubber, consisting,.of'plank There,is.only.onetime! I feel better plenty of clear water to swim in horses in and fed them down; followed "

w laid'v(weatherboard.fesiiipn;,or a framework tHan I.da after picking',the carcass of and you can live on fish ,and.,oysters,.. with cow ,peas, and fed them down;
of pieces .studding: like a win' a'roasted duck,. whether it be:Mallard, will make one independent. followed{ in,July with another crop of .;"

dow-shutter; 'I laid'with,:a;corner down. Red-head Canvas' Back; Poland.. or a But.you just settle down on'a piece peas and let'them rot on the ground; ;j'
....
5-. \Ir > '.. ..-.
t .
; S
"" '
: '-j- ,.>" -: .' .", : .- ;--.,", :' -' :<-- ... f 'e ."... ijtJf_: '. ..J . ...r


; ..... .... "' ,. .
': ,1' :; : !(;."i'J T' :< : ;_ :,: V ';'j" "r ..r h "; 'i. :;.
4 ; .' .- ;: -' ':'.::>' .. "
)
<,
'en!

4
... $ J u r. r ti



i
,
r .

-

,-. ,: '' f; :, .: : : : y'f' ; <, : n .

; : V : :
:
: .. :., .
.Nov u12.1..1] ., <;THE FLORIDA, DISPATCH; FARMEBAND: :FRUIT-GLOWER.: : ".:915

,
-
followed with corn next spring; ndat, one ,time', i it, was largely planted in I winter and scattered between the rows, however,,contaimnore nitrogen and .
last plowing sowed .cow' peas Laurens,county? ,: Georgia, and the oilextracted and is ,drawn 'over: the, ,plants wit carbon,as they are more concentrated, ::
again. ,After gathering: my corn l' by ,means of an iron press rakes'when frostis': expected. If there and should be fed:as a part of the ration
had ,the richest and most luxuriant similar to ',the cotton, presses of the is.not too much wind this can be done ; but the object,here is to point out
pasture: 'I ever :saw, cornstalks,; beg present ,time.. :The red-stemmed 'variety quite fast, ,and affords,very.fair protection the fact that the grasses, though bulky'
_garweeds and .pea vines. ,I,'turnec ', 'was, the one ,us'cd.VJ1en; the provided .there is plenty bf and containing largeamounts of water,
hogs, rattle and horses on ,it and pods'begun>to.open and,drop the first straw. Experience has:-proved that; it are succulent and easily digested, and
sowed it in oats the latter part of No seedS the heads were. cut and 'hauled is not safe io: keep them thus buried assist in supplying some of the essen-
'vember. The -yield was as good ,as to.a;clean;yard that was enclosed by: longer more than three nights a time. tial matter necessary'for egg production
,ever I saw on'upland. That'field ha a'wall two;feet, ,high, and. exposed to Country Gentleman. more readily; ,gr& n. Varietyof
been in oats and, corn alternatelyever the'direct rays of the sun.: The hulls food always gives the,Q.est.results,
since, and the best crops has stick,pretty well to' the stems, ,so that and evenwith poultry. Mirror and Farm-.
been the last It has always been the, heads' can, be turned about to Poultry pi
er.What
broken up with a two horse plow and expose, all sides to the sunwithout does Mr.; Amsden say to the
will be again next month and 'sown leaving! \very 'much, chaff, .with the Hake: 'More Boom. above view, that hens do not obtain
with, wheat,and barley for winter,and seeds.,, I have heard my father Say. The people who buy in the marketsare their lime directly from shells, etc.,
p= spring pasture, and then planted with that he'never',sold. any for less than :not easily deluded into buying but indirectly from their feed? Does .
pinders and red to razorbacks. $3 per bushel I, but, :that was* more,than. those articles that are thrown' on the he;believe that hens eat shells, bones,
Mr experience,is''that,land 'does,nt fifty",years 'ago. C. B. market',because of being useless else- etc., onlyas grinding material -Ed.,
Jose'its fertility and power, of productiveness ., Matiannar. Fla.Preventivefor:' ., .' _.. where, and it is a loss to attempt to .,9 .
by.cultivation; it is, the want Worms in P_ otatoes.Editor sell inferior goods. An "old" rooster Every one '''who owns a chicken
'of it that, injures A, year ago I 'had banner' and Prult Grower:' may be but. one year 'old, and may should' send to Messrs. Geo. Q. Dow
fi .occasion to excavate' twenty.,feet, deep Judging from 'tIle great amount of really not be objectionable the table &,Co., North Epping, N. H.,,for a set
on this same land, and fo-day'the, wormeaten.rough potatoes that: have but when the buyer comes along of their caponizing instruments., See
growth of grass and weeds is as.rank to'be cut about:half away before they and notices'the spurs and rough legs, their ad. in' this issue. ,
on the clay, from the bottom of this .refit for'the table, I take it for grantedthat' he will offer only ;one-half the valueof .
i excavation asanywhere else. the'farmers generally do not the bird. As old roosters seldom The Droppings.To .
How much; nitrogen runs off to the: know that a teaspoonful of ,fine salt bring'over seven cents a pound, it is a attempt,to save the droppings
sea I don't know or,how much the sea put in the hill will:make them as smooth waste of food ,to keep a male longer during'ihe warm, days and have them
gives back, b t'I believe! the sea Is as'can be, besides holding the moisture than the hatching period. It is more retain their fertilizing value is difficult
generous ,and gives I baek as much as so' they will have more potatoesand profitable to sell as early,possible, ,The best way to disposejof: ( them is to
it receives. And then again I believethe those that will bring a'better price I. not only' to save food, but to secure clean out the poultry house ,every
ammonia or nitrogen or other food in the:market. more, room ,in the poultry house for morning and scatter the droppingsover
which plants absorb or feed on depends The:,worm works'mostly,where stable the more desirable birds. your garden, chopping them,into
upon how they are fixed, to take them manure is used in the hill.I the ground with a hoe. It will be buta
Grass as a Poultry Food. few minutes' work daily for small
up. wish also to say a word in regard a
While I am a great,advocate of Irrigation to your,valuable paper.. I. 'will whis Although grain is the'standard.fooc flock, and the droppings :will pay for ""
I don't fail to do all I ,can ,t<>' per it softly, that' I do wish you would for,poultry yet a,comparison between the labor, and lose but little. of their
produce moisture'without it; and deep firiis.lt It'so_that_ .I"'shall not have to getup grain and grass will show that! the latter value. ...
plowing, clean culture and thorough'' contains a larger proportion of some --- -- .
(after I have, seated myself for' a
pulverising of the soil will, do 1t. good,read) and look all over the'house of the elements of growth and egg pr oNight, Working Honey Bees.
I After'the freeze of 86, we' had the severest for ,my jackknife to cut the leaves. duction than grain. There is one Bees work at night in the hive and i
is drouth I have known in Florida; Also, while you are ;about it, fasten it point, however, that cannot be over- build comb as perfectly :as if an electric '
' for seven weeks we did not have together, so when I get up.to, feed my looked; which is that a large proportion light shone there all the time. It
drop of rain., My plows never stopped razorbacks and come back to finish upI 'of green food consists of water. has often been asked says'the "Amer-
'dunng all that time and there was no ['can_ ..find :all of it in' one place., The amount of water varies according: ican Bee; Journal," why they prefer to
time"when there was not moisture two E. A, MARSH. to the stage of growth and other con work: in the dark. Every one knows
inches bejow' the surface-the loose '''New Smyrna Fla. ditions b.ut.in: comparing clover_ with that honey is liquid with no solid
dirt acting as a sponge producing capillary P S.-Irish potatoes should'be keptin.the com, especially< the clover has not sugar in it. After standing, it gradu
attraction; and 'at no time did. : :dark and in a cool place. The been cured, the clover contains at ally assumes a crystalline appearance, .
my corn twist its leaves. For, two ,: light!turns them green and injures,them least five times as much water as corn. or, granulates and ultimately ,becomes
weeks it just'held'its.,own,and did not!: very,much. E. A. M. That is, in too pounds of clover about solid mass. It has been, stated that
grow an inch but',when the rains'came o 80 pounds are water and[ 20 pounds! this change is due to the same agent .
.it went like a race.horse. ,North Carolina Strawberries.But solids, while corn Contains: about 15 which alters the molecular arrangement
Florida, one year with another, 'is the yield'per acre of a farm like pounds.of water and 85 pounds' of of the iodine of silver on the excited
,the surest crop-producing country I this would seem insignificant to Jhe solids.. Hence a fowl must eat over collodion_ plate and determines
ever saw, and that 'without the expenditure northern grower of a snug acre or two.. four times as,much clover as corn in the formation of camphor and iodine
, of money for 'commercial Indeed[ I very much doubt if the order to procure- the ,same amount_o f crystals in.a'bottle. We are informedthat
fertilizer in field culture.I former.averages more than thirty or solid matter, and for that reason the Prof. Schieber enclosed honey in
repeat, iI do not mean that com- forty thi y.two-quart crates per acre. more concentrated food is preferred. well-corked' flasks.. some of 'which he
mercial: fertilizer'should, not be'used;;: This is' owing' partly to the lack of But quantity is not always the guide. kept 'in perfect darkness, while the
,but.} do'say'the knowledge:necessaryfor barnyard, manure, but perhaps still The composition, of the food-its I! others. were'exposed to the'light. The
its successful use should be as great more to the fact that the prolific varieties quality-is important matter, and result was that the.portion ,exposed to
upon the'part of the farmer,'as it is ''of berries have been displacedby the proper feeding of poultry dependson the light: soon crystalized, while that
A necessary bra: physician to know diseases the earlY''' ones, which are usually the"object in view. Corn is more kept In the dark remained unchanged.
(' and, ,tfee;; remedies and their ap' very shy bearers I suitable for some purposes than; clover, Hence we see why the bees are so
,plication. This section begins to ship about but clover is preferable to corn in careful to obscure the,glass windows
CHARLES W CAMPBELL,SR. the middle of April, while ours come some other'respects. It is well known rhich"'are sometimes placed in their .
Campobello.. in',about the last of that month. Late that the food of the hen should be hives. 'The existence the young I
t r>.'4 :. frosts have given a great deal of trouble rich in mineral matter, as the'egg contains depends_on the liquidity of,the saccharine -
Oaetor Beans., = II down there, especially' nce the introduction all the elements for' producing alive food presented to them, and if ,
Editor Parma aad Prak Grower: of such early-blooming vane. chick. Some maintain that lime light were ,allowed access to this, it
,In,relation to the castor'bean question ties as the Hoffman, Westbrook and can:be,procured by the hen when she would, in all probability, prove fatalto
I don't know.that what-information Price.: But they,have met the difficulty las'access to lime in the shape of oys- the,inmates of the hive.
or'less ,by coveringtheplants ter shells, .etc.,*but as animals do not .. -'
I can,give will be of 'value, with more, ,success "- S
any -such for lime it i is 250.'for a boY of BKECHAM'S ,PILLS worth a
with when'frost resort' to sources ,
: pine-straw:
but then again it maYi.so' .I will, tell guinea..
threatenS and uncovering again when fair: to presume,that the hen relies on
what I know and that is not mucH. ,
he' .This'methoq often the mineral matter of the.food, as it.is
The sort that,has large bodies, and of danger passes. CAPONS.
necessitates the"raking and off the soluble and digestible, for her lime &rm.r'and lhouWtlS
red color the Shull on .
a,purplish- : will, pop pot bte cocker.,whemarket &' '
d
in the sun, while that having green patch half a dozen times a ,season, and and other mineral matter, and as.corn or home DM. Tott can add .
: rank l win: In slue to erery oocUrelrou capoetee.Caponi
heat.
where and very propertion -
stems and bodies will not. It has not ould: 'be practiced only pine- ; DeW' 'IMk'uHMI'
been cultivated, :as a. crop "in this straw.is abundant and accessible_ a dby of mineral matter, while clover Are>...lm..l., Plain sg Mid.......
xmnty, but'ay! 'fcer used, to cultivate those, who can, command, a, large contains a _large share, the feeding ef FaD yet; wltb tJtnetfO t.' MM an!.
S2.50 kU. Aci r
"hen tt1f {
of all kinds is ofablF
brce ,of hands at a moment's notice. clover and' grasses
the plant w frttgia and in! North 'CEO. .8.W CO..North IIIItIntrN.H .
'c -' -- 't11 1 "-1t bye.my day ,At The 'straw !is' hauled in tfurisg,! the _lance, cgrR end w# eat, I 4w b f! 'c., !,'! "gigN(69'( ",rear! :

<'
"
.
;
rI, -...,-> ... : -' ... -' .
.. '- : < -. ', ;l.__".:' '' .'. < "., .' r' ,
< 'rK :; ;: '. ':' l
:
"
"
;\; 'r"t. :' ... : ,' :' < .... __ ...
'
r i; + : : .:.; :,< Z -' ?,',' :'I: <(: o"- '"',-:. ";"', : 0 '.
:: s
1 ,
r
';:\
'-



''''" ''
_" > .. .. "' ";;'" 'U.' t.' '
,
..
'"

.. ln'
.
..
"-
: ,
;
; : '
-

< :f :, .L, ,: : : : ;:k __ ; .

.
.=118 .: TBS f FLORIDA 'DISPATCH_ FARMER AND UrrGROWER.LNOVFtHBE 12,.1891

.
.' I" '-0" OI ATCI H' 4InliItwp1 have been rushed in around -Orlandoand I Let us hope that' Floridians will mountains after' the crop,' well and I

1 V 'St.,Augustine, has'looked. forward, give this matter their earnest attention. good. But-he ought to be back in,,t

: R'MI"'E..J.fo != wkh:grave'apprehensions,to the future. If anything is to be done to any time .or have a lieutenant to harvest a"\

'. (our' '''''w'Y.w: When !: poor man stakes'his last dollar purpose we must follow: ,.the ,advice_ barnful of bright crabgrass hay for I
F
"...', .- -NOVKMBBR' I?,,-. .. on so perishable> a crop as :early telegraphed by Napoleon to Marshal his workstock; so that he can keep 1
.n
., ,. "*- Editor. grapes, whose market' is: ,a thousand MacMahon in Italy: "Strike hard and them within reach and in good heart ']
STEPHEN POWERS, -
{ 4 P.'.O,Address;-iaWtci, ; +la., -: miles distant, ,it makes,'the_ judicious strikers:." A horse. 'running loose and lapping:: ,'I

J' tremble. When, therefore, a,man with The project of Mr. Jackson for reproducing sand is of little account; he is' not ,at k'

'r I" Member of Florida Press' Association.' demonstrated, practical capacity, I old Fort Marion at,halfsizein :hand, when wanted., A disabled I
';
: .1-
'," 4-' ', : : Dubois takes hold.of the' wineryat conception which cannot fail to'captivate ally signifies a poor master. He was I

:,,. d". .mil.Going, to England., j Orlando, as a means of savingthe every susceptible! imagination.But not cared for; a sick animal argues a I

':: ;Since' October 23, up:to,-'November grapes not fit for shipment, every there is a lonesome. .and )hungry deficiency somewhere.A v I

; .- 9, the. steamer Manatee has ;brought well-wisher_ \ of Florida experience desert'of, hard 'walking., between the span of horses can earn wages' j

.: to Jacksonville 4fS2'JJOXes.o: oranges a sense of genuine relief. Orlandp convention, and' this fascinating : in the summer ,and do good service, ,I

'r "castle in Spain"-or Chicago.It comI I
for England., This makes: 12,218 Attractive Fruit Paokinpr.. hauling pine straw and muck for

'. boxes in all for this. season by, this Some while ,ago our staid contemporary will take com to put it there=and post and bedding. It is not so much j

". --,,''route. We have no: :means' :N. >f knowing the Agriculturist, suggested to plenty of it. their own value, though that is not to ]

;.;;'i at present how many: ;are going by' Florida orange growers to line their It barely possible,also that it may be despised, as their usefulness in saving -' 1
,,
,*,',rail routes." .- :boxes with "scalloped and perforated not be particularly desirable at pres- 'the liquid manure which most 'I

< ent to heighten and confirm the-im- farmers allow to run to waste and
'A
the" American
,
The Orange Grower's Rebate. p per.u. speaker
in pression which already has a"painfully which is of greater value than thc'H
We would respectfully deprecate Pomological Society- Washingtonsaid I
'extended in the Northern solids. ', I
: ,of he bunches of currency (
: t fee.evident iriclination'.of'some our had seen asparagustied
mind, that the occupation of the average The successful trucker will have j
: belittle the with ribbons outsell ,
: *. State,: contemporaries to pink by sev-
Commerce eral other bunches which'were Floridian consists in cultivating his,plows, chains, harness bright,oiled
recent: ruling of;,the Interstate, cents : I
oranges and bananas in a "moated and sound. he hitches "'
Commission, ordering a: rate of otherwise,identically the same withoutthe up When a

w;:.::thirty-(five cents' per box New: York ribbon. Now, we will not quar- grange" or some similar romantic sit- two-horse: team to a powerful steel, ,.j
uation, and in gliding on moonlight plow 'it will move off steady ands
r sand: a rebate to' "the growers of five rel with Brother Painter about his :

1 'tents,a box'on;,all, shipments since the, "scalloped and perforated:paper;" but nights, in a sort of disembodied strong, rolling a long smooth furrow 'i'
state through medieval donjons with without a break clear across the field [
:- made. As as't ,
advance'was ,soon e we draw the line at pink ribbon. We j
walls of phosphate or something. not boggling at a root or whigpjn;
or'the ruling is' received
official text
This argues, a egreelof. mental l mel
Florida ,
4 certainly want to attract to out of the ground, at
}from the'attorney of every grassclump.
'. Washington by lowness which does not occur in the
: not only the poet, with his eyes "in a A broad furrowrslice will ''S
the Fruit Exchange: 'we shall havemare \
: hardheaded commission
average merchant
; i fine frenzy rolling," but :also "the rational -
turn all vegetable growth of the ]
to say'on this.:subject. the housewife :
or bustling
,... .' practical hind, Costard," who can culti-- summer and ,bury it down where it : .

.Good'Fruit In\October. who goes market. vate cabbages and'develop the capacities will become vegetable mold and enrich, ,
A scrupulous neatness and newness
of the earth. l'
Jley. Lyman Phelps a l'at _theWashington the earth. ;|
.
.
,
.
v' .. :
of the
package 'a polishing ,
', orange also that the I
meeting'.of the A. p. S. We earnestly hope
: Ho will not purchase his. seed in .
will
with if the Califor-
.saw dust you (
will abolish
State
Directory modify
that 'in the near fu re'J1Jorida would ]
the faded of the
nians, do this with their or- flyspecked packets
smutty
-' ship her,oranges, fully matured. from that most unwise provision as to the village store, but rather those which '
I
tinges on the coast), a mathe- :
grown '
retention of one-fourth of the funds
October to June 15.4."There is '
15 have fresh and sound from !
matical in and a gloss,> ,
accuracy ,sizing tieringup
this *t *
no longer any doubt about an early 'to pay county expensesWith
dealers. for cash
trustworthy Buying ,
solid
packing and nailing
hooping
; in' the Juice,vesicles the'coloring Jonah cast out orthe ship we believethe \
orange ;, he will get supplies and fertilizers at a ,!
neat stenciling all these are craft will have better weather
rind good
of the is now the rub. The '
reduction he in
adjuncts of great commercial l value.The -. ; can buy quantity
past year has been one of ,advance." and with prosperous sails will'voy- when and
experience ,of all observant they are cheapest store'
'
To f verify his ,prediction he sends a age unto Nineveh and-come into it.
is away against the season of use. '
I fruit dealers that there,still lingersin .
box of well colored oranges of two
;
I the American a greater degree, of The Successful Trucker.Of His land will be plowed early in
varieties which ;; submittedto
on .
the barbarian's_ delight in a glittering all hopeless situations we can the fall and rolled harrowed, ground
,experts, were pronounced of highcharacter
exterior than most ,of,us like to'ac hardly conceive of one more, hopelessthan up'and "planked" until all the 'air.
for the: season, acid and-
knowledge. The wise old farmer of that of the,trucker owning twenty holes are worked. out of it-a firm
: well balanced, nod _w, acid-.an
sugar; : the North with without dense seed-bed which will hold moist.
a quiet chuckle, carts acres of sand humus, two /
exhibit which would} carry every point
';,in the.scale except in "boquet.. ," Jacksonville away to the ,unsophisticated "town's horses without hay, and "running his ure through 'a drouth. If a 'strawberry I

"' sees' 'n"o such until bodies" the gorgeous (but insipid) face" for boughten fertilizers. Nothingbut grower, he will stay with his I

..:m oranges then. Ben..Davis and Borne Beauty, while an economic miracle will keep plants through the summer and fight
Christmas, and rarely Mr., he keeps,at' home, for their'rich and
that man from going down in soundless the crab-grass; raise them with stout
"'Phelps.says he,'"is willing to put his rare toothsomeness, the homely Fall
.. Wine waters. necks and masses of roots laying hold
bid, on t ese.oranges'October 15." and Grimes Golden.World's .
." .. ----- --.. One of the_most successful farmers of the land with a strong grasp. He

Saving the-Surplus., ,Fair Business. we ever knew had for his lifelongmotto will have them in the ground and

It,gives us especial\ pleasure to re Following. is .special dispatch to, "keep your work close up to their>ears up before the rainy seasonis
: -
cord the founding of such establishments Times-Union: you." Nothing enables a man to hold over. Thus they will flourish:

as the .Milton( : Cannery, 'the, following PENSACOLA notice, FLA.has, just November>een issued 7.-The by his work with, a,strong_.grasp and to through the.fall drouth and there will

Periin6 Preserving Company,of Eus- the State Directory of the World's: Fair hold it close up 'to him'so..well as a be big black leaves on them, as wideas

tisj; and the Florida_ Staff! Wine. Company of meeting the W orId's of the Fair Boahl for Florida of Directors will be plentY'of money: The trucker oughtto a man's hand, by the end' of Octof

of Orlaado. The guavas of held at the Everett House, Jacksonville, raise the best possible crop and ber. In picking-time he will have

"", Lake,and the'vegetables of Santa_ _Rosaare at Citizens 10 a."m.of on the Wednesday State are,November25.requested to market it ,to the best possible ad- his,pickers out of bed by daylight, or
,
-. well, worth preserving, bat: ,it is submit any suggestions,in writing or, vantage-if' (orno other reason- soon after, and the tables full of berries

-,,.more.particularly> the grapes'Orange address otherwise io on the that care day.of the If Everett sent by House.mail, simply to give him plenty of,..money before sunrise-berries half-red;

that need attention., Every well in The peeesot the State is respectfully requested ;with, which} to raise another crop.. In and hard with tfee j ailiis' dew, which

_formed ,,vioeyardist i :of the% State, .,j in: to- ,copy W. D this, CH2PLET notice.,.President. I 1 tilling the soil money is power., will ,rattle on a bee' d.. Pieaty of them i;

*vi4w"cM'thc'" ,hundreds of'acres which. -, GBOSGE W Wusos, Secretary. If-:he wishes to take a run i into.t the', 'Will fetch hirns. ; $to, $rz: a bushel. :,
,
..
,'" '
,I '"" r
:.. f
.. .. -' ,,-' .K ::: :; -.. ,f
::-.A.a.1: : *' ; :f : ,-, : ; "

,
'
:. ', .. .... ,
'" ..._ :1: / av : '" :- ;' I' : 7' ; '
\ :: !
: a < l f.:"... :
.. V
4
1

'.. .
s.rtu.u ._......L_



-
'
,. '..,,
.





., ,
-
..
i. >
. : -. :. ,.:_ ', .. z' '! 1 1t"
: 7. ., ..
.- .._. '4k": ,.' i- i ." '> .. !
'
\' ; -:.:... ::-. : :>'" ..v ':-;....A:: : -' :: D' .:;.. .: .. ;- v. .:i /,tI .:1

(Oya12,18I1] : ':.-: :;. + THE FLOBltfA. 'DISPATCH. ,':FARMER' AND FRUIT-GROWER. ... : .' x. 9l7'

..
: .1'
.
.' M 1 '
He will.ship' a hundred bushels per ply, but. one result can be expected. The which are being sold'at low prices however I "Cowy" Milk and "Sheepy?'r' 5

I green must suffer. choice smooth Florida running I Mutton. ,
acre.What Prices on best grades of desirable sizes 200 to 300 per box are: wanted at 3.50_ to i
we want, to .i infuse. 'into 'our will hardly exceed $2. O,'while.' fair to $4,. but the' coarser grades now move i Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: :,

Florida ,.is more, good ranges $1..., to225. Ordinary, $1 slow: at from$1.50 to $2.50 box. Choice I These adjectives are used by many
farming
strength' to$1.50. Lemons.and grape, fruit,not in well' colored grape fruit is beginning to people describe. something the; reverse
more brain and bone. There, is tonMieft demand. be asked for, but as yet can.:only_ be' of nice and natural, for any one

one-horse work "skin-and- Mandarins ;Ind'rangerines moving placed in small quantities at $2 to $ .50 would at first thought, ask what is
,
,
slowly] being like the other, oranges, per box. Tangerines, Mandarins and
fizzle" plowing, too much grass in-the, green and, as a rule, unpalatable. Satsumas, if well ripened, meet with milk if it is not "cowy" or mutton if

truck not 'enough in the. hay field Ship only, such fruit as you cannot ready sale at from $-l to $6 per box, but it is not "sheepy?" Most people be-:
hold, until,further notice. there is no use in shipping them green tour lieve these objectionable flavors are y;

half a stand, :half a.crop fitfully and market. Recent heavy,frosts have the result'' of dirt- getting'into the milk

ttftccrtainly shipped 'no triads.' killed all vegetables in this section anda bucket ,or coming in contact with
money lIVERPOOL: Oct. 28. few choice Southern could be placedon

We confirm ours of 21st inst: and now our market at paying prices. the carcass of mutton. This belief is

have the pleasure to advise you that at REDFIELD &SON. erroneous. .It is impossible in the

JVEar] ets, the( 'auction of, 26th inst. some 600 or 700 nature of things for ,a few specks of
: boxes were offered and met with strong
-...--- ......-... :- --.- demand, the prices ranging from 10s..to CHICAGO; Nov. 7. dirt to impart a whole carcass or a
LEMONS-Market quiet and easy with bucket of milk that subtle, penetratingflavor
Novell. 15s., according! to condition, but on the
....- JACKSONVILLE- \ whole averaged 13s. a box. prices as follows: Malaga! per box $4 to : which moves our disgust. This
: 4.50; Messina, box, $5 to $6;; Maoria, I
colorturned per
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. The out rather better than comes from within, not 'from without.It .
per box, $7 to $B.;.Florida, per box, $3.50to
the last lot and sizes ran from 150 to 250
.:c/ Cerreeted BrOS.3 V is the result of an unhealthy con- .
[ every week by Marx ]
box but principally'from 150::> to 170. 4.ORANGES.
.
per
Th5 are average quotations. ,Extra choice CONNOLLY & Co. .-There were quite free offerings dition in the animal, arising from an
telt feW1'prkea above top quotations, while poor of Floridas on the auction sales imperfect elimination from the systemof

'iGwi fen lower. v and prices broke.: Sales ranged at $1.35 waste and offensive matter. The

Otagee,1tri W.h..U"".. :..:.......$1.50 tO 2.50 ,LIVERPOOL, Oct. 31. to 2.45 per box for bright, according to
64 raseet,..........;...........:...1.00101.25 quality; Russets sold at $1.55 to 1.60. pores of the skin are stopped up or so
'I eeseas,PIa.....h..i..h;......::2.00103.00 We confirm outs< of 28th inst. and have From: store trade was reported moderate, clogged as to perform their office imperfectly .
II. 36e,&ncy.. .:...... .......... 5.00 now the pleasure of advising you that ..r
Lime*, 100.;.........!. .................. .50 about 1,100 boxes Florida asfollowsr-Florida boxes 200,$2.50; f or- ,. and the consequence is that
Grape fruit; barrel.,.. i..* f...... ... '2.00to2.50 oranges were ida/boxes 226 to 250, $2 to 2:25: ; Florida the dead which in all
particles are
.. bo.x....................; 1.25101.50 put up at yesterday'sauction and again Russets, box,$1.50 to 1.80; Louisiana, ,
Pineapples,crate.,...........:....... >,...OQBaRans. met with good demand, notwithstanding boxes, $2 per to 2.25; Louisiana, barrels ac healthy organisms, constantly passingout

Applet banel.,buneb.4...,......*..........:*.:....''2.50103.25 1.25 to 1.75 the fair quantity Malaga, Brazil and cording quality.$4: to 4.50;: Mexican, of the system, to be replaced by
Grapes, Malaga, keg.-.;.5.00106.00. Jaffa oranges on,the market. per box, $2.65 to 3.25; Havana, barrels, new ones created: from the food, are
Catawba, basket............... .'..30Cranberries '*I to in in condition realized from 10s.,
crate......,.............. 3.00 9d. to 13s. 6d.,and the sizes ranged from green,$3 to 3.50; Jamaica,barrels,choice, forced into the 'circulation instead of
PotatoesIrak.barrel:.........:..,,**. 2.00to2.25 $6.50 to 7. M. GEORGE & Co. carried' off in the
being
150 to 200 and few to 250 box excretory
a ,
*' sw eat, .iaS.r...;...... .50 up per
N.Y.cabbage,each....:.. ..........:..: A t ," .08 but the 150 to 170 were most liked. ducts. Of course, cleanliness shouldbe
Onions,yellow,barrel.......!.:...:..:. V :. 3.00 '--- -- L. CONNOLLY & Co. ST. Louis Nov. y. in in
'** red.: .....*.r................,... :2,50 ':I;to III first to thirds indicate the conditionof observed milking or butchering
............... ( ) 'down to the views
crate .r..1. 1.25 the fruit I being sound and marking the Oranges are getting but no amount of this can ward
........ .. ..'.. .. .. ;
'
Turnips,barrel ,. 2.00 of of the who have not
: other chalks i.e.,II. III,X,XX according: the many buyers
off the offensive flavors if the animals
Beets.II .,...h.. .....,.,....... 2.50
Carrots, .. ..........'..*..>..:......V :; }'3.5Q quantity of wasty fruit contained in the package. touched them yet, and choice can now themselves are .not in a thoroughly
Parsnips, ....... t.....:.;.':..:.o J. 2.75 be had at $2.50 to $2.75 a box and Russets
Radishes, dozen..1.4..i> i ;" ;::' V ;.4035 ,$2 to $2.40.In healthy condition, their blood pure,
1 NEW YORK Nov. C.A .
Okra Cucumbers peck.-,do en..t.......__: -.40 another week grapes, which have and the pores of the skin kept open ;
., cable from Smith & Crouch
'fodayquotes flooded the market for two months will
exercise
Celery. i..i..i..s. -75 by plenty of and an abundance
r. t ,
.. ... 1 the'Liverpool market on Floridasat
barrel.
Eggplants, 2.50 disappear and other competing ,stuff
t.t. ,
Beans, crate..C.. .I. :...:..,.... 1.50 .a'slight advance over, last sales.. The will have a better show to get to the of nourishing food. The skin

POULTRY AND EGGS' average'market is 10s. 6d., or equal to consumers. Florida lemons range from and bone poverty of many animals is

Hens........-.,....:....,"........."....i.35 to .40 about $2.5:1.: The report says- that the $3.00 to $5.00 a box and grape fruit$3.50 what makes beef and mutton taste so
Roosters:..................;........... '30 to, .35 market continues weak. to $4.00 a box, but very few have been bad in Florida in winter.-B. A.
Broilers................*............!....: .25 to...30Turkeys. The large shipments that went"forwardby offered so far. California fruits too will SNEADS .
'I.oo to 1.25 the Cunard line to-doyof 2,200 boxes, Jackson county. .
be fact that will also aid
/ s..1..1..t.1.i. .,........... .45 to .60 soon scarcer, a .._ .__ l
Geese.........................?......tM.... .50 to .75 will not make'it advisable for us to export the sale of Florida products.. I '-.1. _
i Kggs....................:.....,../...... : .24 as the same shippers who, have ,Several cases of very nice strawberriescame Florida Replacing Oranges with .
been forwarding and not having the fruit to this city during the past week Pineapples. ;

FERTILIZER MATERIALS. inspected in New York, will certainlysend from Los Angeles, Cal. The fruit was Frank of
{[Corrected every week by the Paine fertilizer the English,market to smash. Hadit mainly in good order and sold at, an Phillips, formerly Findley,
Company.} not been for these men, we could have average of about 400. per quart. Just now: Ohio but for.the last two years a resident ,

Ton.. Tons.Ten counted upon a $3 market holding,good berries are too' late for the past season of Florida, thus expressed him-

Blood and Bone, ammo 7-% bone this fall, and consequently this is most and too early for next season and between self to the reporter of an Ohio paper :
phosphate 25--35?.................$28 oo $26 50 unfortunate. E. L. GOODSELL. the two seasons there is no special I think the future of Florida is in
Bone ground, b. 6c ., 28
,raw p.50 #u. 29 75 75
Bone, steamed, b. p. 50-605*;....... .* 25 .28 25 demand for anythinghere in the way of the cultivation of pineapples, and not
Salute Potash, ,8-s2f.: ........... 31 oo 29 75 luxuries. The holiday demand, Christmas
SaljAate Potash. 90-94*."";'."'" 5! 5<>' 49 75 NEW YORK, Nov. 7, and New Years, would of course her orange'groves. Most of the land

Acid Kauttt.Phosphate 23-26 ,.J3-1&C.--;....................,16 1650,oo 15 1600 50 Arrivals of oranges for the week closing show quite an advance on present figures. there is poor and sandy, and well t

Nitrate Soda, am. 19:$,.;...............5500 5300 .to-day have been very much larger, P. 31.\ KiELY&Co. adapted to the growth of pineapples,
Caaada Ashes...................... .,19 00 1850 and the tendency'of prices is downwardand air
which almost and need
SoftP .... are plants,
t-e.g'db.p.65-7o. 900. 850 in buyers' favor. We are pleased to
Soft Phosphate,gr'd,at mine,in bags, note a general improvement in quality FLORIDA FRUIT AT AUCTION. but little cultivation and the night ;
$3 a ton less.
Dried Blood am., 1-&$:...................500, 4300- yet many lines are green and should have In New York, Nov. 2, E. L. Goodsell dews'to develop intosplendid? matu- ;
r. Cottonseed Meal, new stock: ....... 24 50 23,75 been left longer on the trees. ,$2.50 is all sold Florida.,oranges: Brights, $1.65 to rity. They bring ten to eleven cents

that is obtainable, for most desirable 2.75; Russets, $1.15 to 1.75; unwrapped, before,.they are"shipped, and ten thousand -
.B8PO&T OF FLORIDA FRUIT ECh ANGE. lines and counts" other straight lines selling -, Bright, OOc.; Golden Russet,$1.85 to 2.05. be
$2 to $2.25; russets $1.75.Gra Florida Lemons, $3.25. Average size, a year can grown on an acre
JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 10, fruit $2 per box, $3 to 4 per barrel. about200 to the box. of sandy land. Before coming North

Uaeatisfactory reports are still, arriv-- : Lemons still in demand, fancy selling Nov. 4, by the same: Grape-fruit, $340; the last time a friend and myself

lag, all represent the situation about 'as $3.50 to $4.50 inferior grades from $2,to Bright,$1.60 to 2.60; Golden Russet, $1.03 bought a small yacht and went amp.
tart reported. ,Prices if anythingaro, few' have arrived
,
$3. A fancy eggplants to 1.90; unwrapped, 140.
out" the Indian river. It is
lower and there is,no hope for improve from Florida and sold $4 to $6 per barrel. Nov. 6, by the same Bright, $1.75 to ing up ,
mut until the surplus of green'fruit is Green peas $1.50 to $2.25; string .beans 2.65: ; Russet, 205.; the most favored region in the State,

,disposed of. This green fruit moving 1,75 to $2.25. Early shipments of fancy ,Nov. 6,by the same: Grape-fruit, $2.05to () both as to soil and climate, and on

.. off iIIowJy.aad. at. prices ranging $1 toMarkea cucumbers tomatoes will -also meet. 2.75; Bright, S1:45t02.45; unwrapped, nearly all the plantations we pawed

12... with favorable sale. G. S. PALMER. 50c.; Russet, $1.05 to 1.40; Lemons, $1.65 they were cutting down their '
are being well supplied with 50c. orange
to 2.10
; unwrapped,.
apples, grapee, etc.,. making it all the trees .to' make room for the cultureof
PHILADELPHIA Nov. !). i
mote difficult to dispose of green oranges pineapples. The pineapple plant,
We took for a alight improvement when Since our last report on Florida: or= There are at the present time twelve which resembles a cabbage much

the ,demand.for fruit to, supply theThanksgiving anges, we note a still further 'decline in qaily papers in Florida. In the win will: bear fruit when very old,
two
,trade_sets in, but have no prices and a general depression!in trade, ter there are half a dozen more. \ : years ,
4 idea SB to permanency of such Im- and in order to move the fruit, prices .'. and continue this for nine 'ears, at

}provement., 'We have never.known-Florida have been forced very low, and the bulk The of packers has the expiration of which time it hag,to
supply
oranges to sell at such low.prices thus of the oranges now' offering are being orange be.transplanted.-Riverside Press. '

early in' the Maw*, but ,the. cause ,iseasily sold at a range of,$1.50 to $2 per box,with been greatly In excess of the demand, The above will: be news to Floridians.
explained. f Shipments from, September occasional, sales of strictly fancy well but this condition of affairs. will not -
1,1891,to pveeeat have bean coloredof desirable sizes, selling last long. This "Frank Phillips1' has written

.five times greater than corresponding to$2.50, the receipts still continue liberal on other Florida topiesor the

waekg of la et' ears. Fruit of course'all and'with the accumulated ,stock, prices Many Persons are bfoks American Agriculturist about as accurately

more or leee green,.much: of it actually, will continue to rule low in this market, down 'from overwoifc or void&. as the above. The A ric ki ti

,uaialoabte. This fruit gouwtioto marketto for the next,two weeks at least. The Brown's Iron Bitters B ***&&the is able for better"iBi
meet oo&petftion from wr fruits,of lemon,market k also:oooior; owing to a fj&esi aids digeattop*te&orea exec of bite. rist to pay nM.'

which tfepre is an unusually: Myy:sup fair supply of foreign coming along, sad cues salAda* (ftfi tie ..... tion- than tI .-u-ED. ,, .. !...."'..

YMI)t lS :
.
'
4 '
: ',. :
: .__:.' ,,' .. :
; ;''0r'


;. t .$/::Y...t.....z!..-. ,.. ;, .6. .. ,,, ,.,; .. ... :- t4




7 ..
kT 4V
_
+



,- > '
: .
;
.. .
!

... ..


'' A 4::


:: :"'" > : '> : : '* }: ;> .." : :

._:ii: ,;> : : ,. . :. : : : H : : -

: ::,nl18: '.' ". : ,' ,. ;M"'" '. _' :;: THE! FLORIDA: DISPATCH; FAEMER'ANDB. tilT-GBQWER.: ,[NOTEMBER,12, .1891OUE


v. Girls can,toe) good in school J every dayif NEW 'ibAzth. I Then I went to the ,kennel 1. and

\ 'Y01fil : FolIts. the/xfeel like it.: I should think] -they, putting my hand inside made him
: would get tired,and,, have to' do some-: : come: out again. The secret of the
.' :' .' -: thing wonse"ia a while; ,1 know a fellow I matter is that a dog can't bite without
:LOST"IN'THB FOG does. Girls say fellows, acts.orful; butwhen drawing in his breath, and as he does so
." .- >' : a girl gets a-going it,she;acts orfler i he inhales the ammonia, which partially
Even old hunters who :bare roamed than any feller 'durst. 'They dont?: care t' You pass JIz suffocates him, and subdues for the time
.
mountaini : forjiuthing. being'his biting propensity. Some dogs
the plains.'and until the p: are
z farafKar.with every foot of, ground? ," are {If;.a, girl :wants atelier:to carry her: button. .! I may ,be 'subdued with cologne"-New
,
'liftWe under peculiar circumstances"'to books home, she ain't satisfied unless she 'York'Times..
become bewildered.:, They'are completely gits! the same feller the'.other girls want, we do the rest. .

tub around," as the saying whethers' him or, not. Some one who apparently does not
is. The streams alUIoyir.the" Wrong"way; Girls is great'on having secrets-I mean jSereit Hew Styles and Size appreciate the intelligence dogs 4

and the sun sate in tiie"e& t... As soon. as. telling secrets. They: make.a.secret out I ALiTtbADxD WITH,,Transparent Films. doubts',the story that a spaniel stole a
;the experienced hunter realizes..his..condition of nuthing ill, and then'.tell around; I ,For sale by all Photo. Stock Dealers dust.brush to replace: the one it had torn
? he makes a camp, lies down and to-all the other girls, orfull quiet, just as and was whipped for doing so. This is
goes to sleep. When he awakes, every. if it was- somthing dredful. bleeve a' THE 'EASTMAN COMPANY, no more remarkable than a sheep dog
thing has some roundrigbt, girl likes to make bleeve. they.are'doing Send for Catalogue. ROCHESTER,N.Y. going._to another: place and driving in a ,
Bat more troublesome than such'an sumthing dredful. { sheep or cow to make up the'number he

at-teck is the coming! 'of a'fog. ,In'a" fewf( i Girls olways gits their joggerfry lessons for channel bass on the east coast 'of is expected to bring home; and yet there
'' the j better than a feller,but if they are'going'anywhere instances of this. Sheep
minutes, the peaks and headlands,* Florida, where sharks are numerous, I' are numerous
guides by: which the traveler; lays hiscourse j they don't know their_ way a have sometimes had them take my,bass dogs have been tried in several ways and
are 'obscured and the sun is hid- bit' and are sure to git lost. away while'I'was playing it; biting off a always show that; they can count their
den.in an article contributed to.*"The If a girl don't feel' like doing a thing, large fish with as clean a cut as an ax flocks, and they show great mortificationwhen
Big Game of North America," the Rev. :you can't make her, no matter whether would make.. They would sometimes one is missing.
Joshua Cooke narrates his experience in shehad: orterjor not. If :she won't.she. come round the boat m numbers so !

a'fog,'while hunting with his son among won'tand she will git out of it somehow. boldly that we thought. best to move How's This !
This is all,Ikno about this ;
the.mbantaias of OregontOne.morningthough girls time.
away, but I have never been attacked.An .
r. We offer One Hundred Dollars Y
there was every fisherman on the coast of Florida .
indication that a fog might roll down,by Preference- "Birds for IJrab,Nests. ,.who had been in the habit of taking ,Reward:, for any'case of Catarrh that

noon, they started for a hunt. Several Dr..c. C. Abbott says that: in exPeri- sharks for their oil,,and had killed hundreds can; not be,cured by taking Hall's Catarrh
deer felT to their rifles' when ,the .son menting on the intelligence birds, he of them, told me that he thoughta Cure. '
came'running, and exclaimed:.."Father, placed a number pieces ofwoOlen yarn shark l than.an alligator,
; CHENEY & CO. To.
F. Props.
thefog.is.coming.. We must leave the anima J. ,
red, yellow, green, purple and gray by-which ho had been attackedmore
deer; the sun is hidden, and we have notThvystarted in color; near a tree in whicha than.once, but by a shark never. ledo, O. .

"-a compass* Hurry ,couple of Baltimore orioles: were We had,however, found half of a good- We, the undersigned, 'have knownF.
on a run, but had not building their nest. The ,pieces were sized alligator the stomach ,of a large Cheney for the-last: 15 years, and
gone far before .day was turned into, all alike, color. shark which shows the
exactly except tin enormouspowerof believe him perfectly' honorable in all
night, and objects at two rods 'distancewere There was ,an equal' number''' of the jaws of that fish. I asked him
.. obscured.Jie son, a ranchman, threads in each color, the red and. whether a shark was obliged to turn over business transactions, and financiallyable
familiar with the'mountains, stopped, yellow being purposely placed-on top. to seize its 'prey; he said he had never to carry out any obligations made
-
leaned on his rifle: and'said:' The' birds chose.only the duller colors seen'it "do so, and as the shark lives by their firm.

.'Father,we are, in! .a, bad-fix. All depends taking all of-the gray and a few threadsof mostly on fish, he could not catch it in West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist,
on my keeping ''my head level. the purple when the nest was'nearly that way, but would starve to death if
: Toledo Ohio.
.Please don't,give me any counselor: : pbr done. ,Not a single thread' of the red or. he had to turn over.-Forest and Stream. ,
jest toanything1 say or do- It will.only bright yellow was ,touched, the, birds I Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale .

'confuse me,.and: thenVO" shall, be lost. seeming instinctively know that: such To Subdue Dogs.A Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.

1,will dcTmy best. loud colors would make their domicile gentleman who has had a good deal Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
,take silence answered
"Before
I
up. too conspicuous. Again he experimentedby of in the the blood
K experience management of nally, acting directly upon _
tho father, let me say this:, 4tJYe are the branches which
girdling
upon dogs says that the most vicious,brute can and surfaces of the
now on an ascentby; "keeping :.up' ,it as nests were located, causing thejeaves to be mucous system.
speedily conquered by powerfulodor
long as it 'continues, we must comet, any Testimonials sent free. Price
shrivel and blow away. Although :they especialy a pungent odor like am 75C.
some hilltop, which is our onlychance' had laid their:eggs, the birds invariably monia. He .tells how he once won a per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
for outlook the should break
an fog a left their nests. If, the nests,contained on handling a, dog that few '
little." wager ,, -----.a+ ----
young when the leaves ;dried' up, notwithstanding could
It.was in
approach. a little
persons
"It is a good thought, and' save About ,the Weevil
may the exposure,,:'they would town in Canada. The conversation being
us, replied the son, leading the way up feed the little ones until they were ableto on''the subject of dogs, the proprietor of A few armfuls of vermifuge weed
.' into :'clearer ground, and then to the .
summit. It was barely noon, but the fog ; take caic. {.themselves. the. inn, where he was stopping laid a (some call it Jerusalem oak, others

.mad6 it-almost as dark,as ,night:: Even Sharks and-0-Their Ways. wager that his visitor could not Jut'hi8 worm seed), something that grows on
hands a dog chained-up In, the
from the ummit there was no outlook. upon almost farm in the
every country, ;C
When Mr: Nve of New Bedford ''attempted backyard,
,
"I will climb that fir I
.
perhaps can '
see from above," said the; son. Ho went, 'to feed a shark with his fingers "All right," said the visitor, "but as a placed in the bottom of your corn
sixty feet-no outlook:: and in ooncequenconearly lost them he matter of precaution, for the protectionof cribs,' will permeate and flavor whole

up."May I speak, my'son?" was. acting upon a wron theory.. my hands,I will"go up stairs and puton crib of corn, thus driving out all the
; "Yes, for I am all at sea." Where the story originated that: a' a-pair of gloves weevils. .
"Well' the of shark was obliged to turn on its side or "I put on' a pair of old buckskin *
tbeTlI'ls;
just beyond top It will also drive from cabbage
worms -
the faintest show of: more light than back to take its food is hard to say. Like gloves, says the gentleman, in telling
elsewhere., If so that is the sun, and many other popular errors,,it has been the story, "and saturated the right'hand by placing a 'few leaves on the

that is,south for it is noon." copied by one writer from another, most with ammonia. We then went out to tho growing plant Beans and peas may

,"Then said the son, pointing his of. whom probably never saw a shark, dog,and,at my approach he rushed from be kept in.good condition through the

finger, "that is east, and there is, our its origin being lost in the mists.of, an his kennel with open mouth. As soonas winter, by placing a few leaves in your
tiquity. Many such legends are current he got within reach I thrust out
Don't lose the direction for I ; : my '
,
-camp.can't keep it "here.- that of the hoopsnake;; the belief that if a right .hand. Instead of biting it, he boxes or bags; dried fruit in like man-
up person is bitten by a dog and that if the turned fail and run back? .into his kennel ner.-Farm_.and.Ranch.
down and took the direction.By "
Ho came dog afterwards runs mad the/ __________ u__ _________ .
ahead person ,
keeping r objects directly .
batten; though it be before, ( _
and moving .carefully from one, to years goes
mad alto; that the alligator can raise its,
another, the two men came within ajf SYMPTOMS OFPARESIS
hour to a black cattle-horse standing at upper jaw; that the white-headed. eagleis G

Ms stake, his body dripping with, the a bald-headed bird.
nun-like mist.. 'Truth, it is said, lies at the bottom of

"Fatherit's-dake'exclaimed the eon' a :well, 'being too'modest, "perhaps; to _

as the'horse gave a fa41tn&igh; "we are appear among men. .Butwe'know' thaterror : ,
safe home I God bless you! You didn't ,has no such scruples..As .
bother Die to-day." to sharks, the "writer has taken

Two',other men of_ the company'were many,of them, both'with han .lin8J.nd (CONSUMPTION:OF THE BRAIN). THE BRALY(hone aIn 'M

test'that day in the fog, and'wandered rod ,and reel. The dasky, shark, the Healthy Condition., Kith Await Letter.
off west instead of going :'They:were shovel-nose' the hammer head and the Restlessness,a fererish feeling;sleeplessness,periodic headaeaes. dizziness,dimness of Tisfeo+ ,
.'"OI t ,all night,' and were set. right* by nurse shark;often in ,clear and shallow ringing In the ears, difficult in thinking, trouble in remembering names! and the feeet,Mea 0(,
'toe Indians. had to travel water where movements of ;the 'fish friends The victim of Paresis is often shocked or annoyed by little noises aad, trite* .....
: _They fortyasides : could.be seen;none of either of these species The nervous;system Is often in sttch"condition that very sHght:! causes,or even so erase At a1I, ,
to reach the cabin.. sadden ontbunts of JL of the.braID is
.. zcay excite to anger. feeHng iffessure upon mssitfy
turned. in the bait but it
over' taking followed by seasons of despondency,mental depression alternating:with periods of weds ,ffiosJTe
.; A :6n Girls. was taken' as other fishes take, it. He hopes. When the brain begins to conrame or decay,many of these symptom beeoaae aggiaf aiu*.
Boy's Essay has also seen large, sharks, man-eaters The world seems strange or different from what it was in the past,thought beooae a pestttve
Girls k grate on making,believe. ,She perhaps, taken'at sea with hook and line,. effort and life an intense burden. ,.
i:1: will, make believe a doll, wT a live baby.81M but they turned no summersaults till they The system,needs soothing toning, and bofldlng'up. Something tmtisaal k cIemu e<<.
And here Is where the great difficulty has always been to find something pan and yet posttiTe'
will make believe she is orfull sweet deck.. .
got on
in its rcwal .. The late Prot realised ..
Thelps! ,of Dartmouth CoUete thk wnea'he:began hfa isveatlfation -
art another girl"or feller if they come to There is much resemblance betweenthe the Fame's Celery, Oonpoood. He knew asses and
i4it,. her,.and when they are gone she,:will shark and the wolf., Both 'are voracious :Cornea required. something heretofore mown to the world,and his peat diMovery kM -- "Horrid'r>lA tKlriO'f'* ,-ferocious and cowardly, and 'seldom Dished it. This compound cheeks Paresis,even after It has seemed.afeotboMia Aesfiiim.
wIf dea't'do what girl'fellsyershbytrborrid Taken on the approach of the tot symptoms.It will tiT pwent: their. iaerease..
ye a attacking \ of
any animaCapable resJsHnee .e do eme g by the mediol\l ftaternity and tie eures It aet ea1y} aeeouc fR 1 .
than .... y
MMMM. I dither be horrid except htB very hungry or, tal popularity&G4 this UDUR6I.it hal pawed is,this s !*T., ,. -- .*' .
It 1t dok. t a;girl tells you you when,'emboWesed' by numbers.: ,_ Then -_. '
M ..t".r'J':. 49 Nt. of.,- ,f... AJ.;tlti;-;;-,,.." r ,'. J s.J 'UI "'-PY I :ii I," ,.,,,,, ;rrttiiitT" '_- ,

< .. JiIII. 1 .

...\..,..-. .' .. .. ". ,'" .r!' '" .... --.a
ZA
-. .
..
'. ,:" 1 : ... '. ..
:- _JiJ.'i '
: Ji
; a

: : ...; ,,). t-:""' i'. ;.' "-:i .. '....,-... -,. ;Ji"'..'"t.''. ::,tr ". J .... .. ..
t'
... .- '

D

r1'!"" It <.. .
-
0 r



..

"
r. .,.
.. .
'
-
; r: .::
"- .:- : A' :i > '. : .. .. "4
t/; ;, ,to. "! # .... -. "c' "" L fe
'
: _
.
: \ : .
: ; < : .. ..
( ;;: : : : : .?, .

'f.:;.. :NOv (B.12, 1..1] .: .THE ,iXOBIDA"'DISPATCH_ FASSDBR,AND'FBDIT-GROWEB.- .. 919 ','

".-' ......

heat; 'without"1. 'having to go near,,thecooktng'stove or orange kings? How'"very fortunate, boil.with their j jackets on. When cold -If ..!'...-. ;. i". I

D.LOur Ul't' I IWants Jipme: ,, ; we ought to consider then,,is Florida! slice them in h inch squares by cut-_ .;..;. k '

how: differently we are situated here 'I have-several<< more queries to propound i ting through your potato in three directions .f: : '
.
"' A, Woman to Know, You ',most of:us,at ,least-when temptedto too, the gallant..Majpr, but.iUiewjll.send and you have it nicely cut, -.'.
.V of heat A hot, the desired' recipewe'11' let firsts cutting twice then ,
Xao'w. ; complain :: stove. : lengthways, {
I'MOur:Rund x.. where, ,the mercury is in'.the 905 is him,off this time. If Mrs. Major pardons across through it. Add to, this -a ... --' .

;:""1 hig en.tored.ajot ampb ll"I. not;:espccially conducive. to comfort 61bodyor r his extravaganza' ,surely the rest heaped tablespoonful of melted ., :t ;,_ -

talk to the ladies in'a recent number : mind.> But,here,we )have the of us can, and it being in so just and butter, a teaspoonful of salt and a .....::; .;

of your paper. also; } believe I 'gathered delightful breezes, the pleasant,nights, noble a,cause, surely we will, ..besidesthe'rc : sprinkling black pepperand six k ..

t) -some good ideas in'regard.to,nr y. and the, refreshing showers of the is'no. danger of f anyone being, tablespoonfuls of sharp vinegar. If ;: '+ d

kitchen duties;, for,,. no 'matter 'ho? rainy ,season;: coming, exactly when "mIsled" by"it. :We would .all be too you like onion, use one of good size ._. s y' J .
: much,'we women of 'Florida may'prefer most needed, unlike: ,other States in proud:"-but,'there, Jack is looking on, and slice the same:Y .as ,potatoes, and "', S- "
-
other departments of our'homes, t11a :re& ectIf) Florida had nothing so I'll close without'finishing,that sentence mix well. ,r

,a great, portion of our time ,(unless to recommend itbutits, incomparable BROWN BREAD. -: ; :"
climate, thal\would,4to, me, be com I've no doubt, ladies, Major C. will
specially favored) 'must ,be occupied : One quart; of buttermilk, four cups ,.' .Y
il;the dull routine pOsations t hardships.: That have to get his'wife to write out the i r: ;
of domestic;.duties;; of corn meal, two cups! of flour, two-
we have some trials here we need not recipe, or he would get it mixed with- :
Y certainly, 'if our .labors !are not thirds cup of molasses, two teaspoont.. t.:
"
::1 brightened with some enthusiasm. If deny, but we have"pleasures not found mince pies-. doughnuts or taffy. fuls soda. Stir.till smooth and,bake in

icYarie y's the spice of I life," enthusiasm elsewhere. MINNIE GILMORE MILLS.St. .- two loaves for one hour and!a half in 6-
""V,should not expect the good Thomas: Fla. ':
maybe called the sauce;properly a moderate oven. This can = be -
'. HMiie it. brightens the..dish for the,eye as things of ljfe all atone timor i ; in one Another One Wants to Know.For steamed if you have a choice (or. .
well'as pleases; the palate, is never unr place; yet, it seems some people"-arenot : steamed bread, and when done put i it. .

wholesome; besides,'without the sauce content with a single m of their, Our Rural Home. in the oven'for a few minutes to dry :Y;,;j- .

many 'very excellent articles of; diet often;imaginary, wants missing." They In Bro., Campbell's article, in theissue 1 the outside of the loaf.. ::: .>>:. ': ,

might be insipid ta the taste and," ought' occasionally to "count their 'of Sep 24, he gives us a menu FLORIDA ,COO \ .-

therefore, a, "drug'on the market," as_ mercies.' '" for breakfast,. and last though not ; ; .
it : Like ''mor dau. I love, this State least of "beaten biscuit." I -5-
'
were -or, rather, on the table to he sparks '
.
the discomfiture'of the housewife.. f9r many' n :good reasons. Not for do not'knowSvS I ever ate any, but loaf S CREAM sugar CANDY.add one-half-To three pint pounds of"water,of. ,.'X &&r' :i -:, ,
: 1
I.hppe 'Major C. will: : not consider, unequaled financial success; that 'has would likehis; recipe-for making: them," and 'set it over a' slow fire for.haMj'aa, ; :! '1,,) ..
,it,beneath' his dignity send us the by no'means been found so far by us. and'if ne will kindly give it will send hour, then add a teaspoonful of gum $. "

recipe for: those .delightful beaten biscuit But how.,many calamities might be the through' your columns this week some arable,'dissolved, and a tablespoeaf ul of*- .V '*'
he had be(9fehis: mind's'eye. No companions of that success-which men tested recipes which he may.try and vinegar. Boil it till. it is brittle,then take S'' ,
off and flavor with vanilla, .
rose or ora
doubtit.wouJd be appreciated by many. all over the world so, desire. That' report, 'as I will when I get the modus Rub the hands with sweet butter' 1ge and 4' '

We called them "Maryland biscuits", alone surely.could hot"bring true hap operandi of makingjhe biscuit pull the candy till it is white; then twist 'j;

'whea I lived jn Kentucky, and I can j piness.. Bro. Campbell; says he would "see and break it or stretch it out into thin ,;
;
'
testify; to their.excellence when made Just think, I sit to-day, first of November a man freeze (that is if he was a woman white strips and cut. it off.. :- t' -

by an experienced cook: I have tried. clad in light lawn, doors and ) before he ,would' cook three .

.; ,them.here; but failure_has been-the'result. windows all open,to the glad sunshine warm meals per day." GINGERBREAD.-One: pound" of 'sugar, "
and-welcome:breeze vines and flowers one pound ot butter, .-oo'-pou&d8'of' :
occured where a
.. I The thought to me S
Probably am not persevering '
,
tablespoonful of OBe ,
flpm\'two: x
blooming all around me, while less would, him to have it cold ginger ; .
;enough in regard to the "poundi>ag"or we put, gill of cream, cone pint of HlYla Se8. '
k I may not ,know the proportions. fortunate women in the North are enough to even cool his temper in case Rub the, butter in the flour; add the *: '
There's an old couplet running hovering ,over blazing fireS in their he.was :vexed at the. Change to one other,ingredients. Roll out the dough; J-J*#
"' closed almost' airtight houses cut it into cakes, place them on buttered '
_: .K"&span et.and*:wait tree, com: I hot meal per day ,;and live on what
The ." that, the winter is tfus"and'bake in a moderately cool oven.
:more you t'emtke.beUertbc"1 b! plaining bleak so. was;Jeft over? .Wash the cakes over with molasses and e' '
A :fRat is no, doubt: the case with these near at'hand, clothed, many of them, Well, good for you, ,Bro- C. I am ,water before you bake them. '

baeite; but, of course, Major ,C.' in, ostly silks and velvets, it is true, glad Te .have one; advocate? in you, j .'..

,-k>>>ows.,,no.woman- endorses the entire' and diamonds flashing} upon them,yet; ', for of' all the hard labor'in' Florida Ibelleve ORJLNQE .CAKE.-One-half' cup ,butter, :f.; _' "

had the slightest .idea I call them l less fortunate than I in my the hardest is cooking and one cup sugar, two eggs, one-half cup,. : .4 ?
:"hednot.I'd,try to get some little Florida "bungalow." washing dishes, and that to be done milk, two cups flour, one-half teaspoon'. -.." ,#.
letter soda, one teaspoon cream tartar, rind of..,. > '
:miwied sister to write him ,a' 'We have so few fashionable restrict- : :4T; :
; three .times day, 21 times'per A ,
per one orange. Mix in the order given; bake :. 1i:. : "'{:Yin
;e o e,who does "keep a hen that:! .tries ions and conventionalities.* We can week.I,092 times in one year. Why, two pans; put the.grated rind of ,the ." :: o--, n: '*..
.:leCi0w;" but we are so favored In.our dress as we please, or as ,best suits bur just: see how monotonous, besides orange l .theCake. Stir powdered sugar! e:
'VJllrJJ'IJhould: have to go farther pocket-book. Provided I am costumed having to stand,,on.:ne's tired feet to into'the'orange juice until quite: thick, 'h %'

.- the"woman. becomingly Jack's eyes I trouble do all this. .. We. must find some inventive and cool spread it between the cakes whea, h. .

: ,I. am glad he entered a protest myself but little. about the style of the genius to,,wash ,the dishes or

-:,;npt." ,the tons; of baking powdcrbough gowns,or hats, (we all know:husbands. the men will have to,let us poor 'women -

... nwi,- I could ,find empty cans have, pretty_ good taste). Not that, off< 'from this ,daily,round of:work 'f!
," niifiqfti, to fill the. crater of a' smallYtteMio even in .the .back' woods, we ought to and cooking, besides 'washing, mend- THE BEST: .*.*

:. myself' ; But: I knew no bet-' allow ourselves to become negligent in ing, making'clothing for, all and, the :

..';ler;w*y. when, ,biscuits :were 'wanted..i our toilets, or_ consider any old dress thousand and one other things that protection < '. ,, .

.. I. )iv "wondered" also at ,some of; good<; enough! for home, or buy;inferior come in to' help ,make, ends meet in against sudden '.. ._ .''/ .;- '' /. e.
x :
the A stbef expeoses, apparently: unayqJ4able -i goods when better can be purchased; household expenses. I believe in a *
,'in my own and others' houseIliad yet it is'a.' very comforting reflection woman'rights, but I,have never seen changes the" weather: <: .

.) .Ms; believe,. with him, that that there is no obligation resting onus. thirtime'when,1 had time to bt,Mayor,: is to: purify -.,--T :i.,?/f f" ,
< S
/
MfJigr:ttionaBical :methods may be to "keep dressed up." when our: inclination E J. P., onto go to the Florida,Legisla. '.'.. t r'
(fowid.'to' 'serve 'the :"same purposes s., : is -otherwise--and a cool ture even if Tom Sawyer nominatedme the, blood :--; :.

Hi te'' the, opportunity to step. forwwd "mother:h." is.just the thing for a hot :I and"seconded the motion. with 'L''k .

afid kmdly help us out of our summer day. .
,EXCELLENT SPONGE CAKE.Two .
dikattm.Thatktttr. Did not.we.women all wish w had or I i -
',% "Florida"in ,the.issue been ,named "Florida" when the cups sugar, four eggs, fourtablespoonfuls AVER'SSarsaparilla' : .: .

o of fiber | ,struck a responsive Major rose so gallantly and respondedso butter, !twelve of water,

chord in:my heart, also.. 'I never had beautifully? Didn't we all wish we four teaspoonfuls of Royal baking pow : '
time to : bad first t?" I for der, .two heaping cups of 'sifted flour. :
mack
repine, .l.. since I came "spoke one, however :
to this State. Thooghrconfcssldid was really'glad she did speak out, for Beat-.the eggs enough; to break the ": I'-
vitalizes
wish, on a,few:of ..ur;warmest days; ,.I we have'' had ,so much told water, yolks well, then add all the rest and It
-'. when the meicnryed! 92'and thrown; 'on.bur enthusiasm, that surelywere beat tilL' ;all is';well incorporated or till and enriches ;::' ;I'; ;:" .
L1 in the afandi < perfectly smooth. If the,butter is not '\ ': "..
94 toe two or three our: love for our'adopted Stateless the life-current, and 7 : .
hairs: only-to' getaway where, icy ardent;, much of it,might have been hard five minutes will be sufficient. makes >.-: :: .r. .
weak
: winds dp i blow,;the nmm"r-gamed extinguished: However mine is notycntheleast'bitdampeened. Use any flavoring'to' suit the taste. the- : I ..', ,- ;
.
,tea rapidly. Yes, .i : wat warm, 1 : But I've .Bake in a.moderate, oven., strong. >>. :,,1:>>- -- .;

.' have spent: six summers iallarid&a aq wondered at Some.'things just a little,' POTATO -SA Pl'; ; ; :: '

the one just passed .hs*.bee* ae'o ti you ,,1 Icnowy" J'ow.if, Florida' is "no To make:potato'salad which i is so 'Has Cured Qth,. kII.cr,5y9 ; .
-' ranm.er with which felt, 'iftftd n for man,;" ,and-all that much{relished .' .' :.v.t.i{ ,
< 1t.ito' place a poor by.pwr.men: (folksanj! } ..-.r. .; 'df. .T iT -, &.
', '" any:,. fault 'I*' ,fcg., 't. ,ire.'*U,of those who thus i decry her of the.. WQjen, folks won't-rife. e ft-take "'., ; \ .-,,.;_, :,' "..-.../-.". ,*. i... .<;...'._41'...-...:.v... "-""*";*.*,''.,,'."-$,, :'W'',';.,..':''', -SV

r ,.r, "' g.hi g J u4tJr; .__, tM" .ct r; c tt nl',' phosphafo t "* ,I. onA..A. hn.iled,,... potatoes and : o, "t ." .

: I y "- -- : .
S : .
.
.
JI :
: / > ... : ; :
"
J'
; -- -',- .,: ." 2 ..; J' .-.,. ... r r ::- t' :- .. .:. ,. -
.5 i4' i/ :: 5
; :: :
< ; '
; 7... '.' ,. .. r,1... ., ,. : .: '
-/'.. ., ", .."'t .- :,,<;r.. ,, ':: : :-o .' "' --T--5' i'
'" -
.. 'C1t''r'tii: 1Dc + .
r 4
A:t.5 { YV .
.. .
.,. M
I ...
x M- y Nt
> .K ,n



ice.f .

_
+
4
;t1' 4


: ..,,..d.' ,': -. ', __, :, :-. i ,'". .,';::.:-.:;.Ji,(.:., .:1-J_" _-i:.."'.-.}"it-".e4". .' ,d: ,' ", .'..' ........:' 't". ..,, ,,. '..,1"i1:.. (..,:-r.-,:r.'f' f, -... -. '. ..--:..-;...:...... -' ./Ir'r. ,'
: '"
,
: ':;:::::; ,, : : : ': : J.: :' : .: ;, :,:--, t0 ..,:.,,. ,
)
.
t
,
,-:..' ,}r:. .4., .. A .," ," '' t "*rT
,
; .'i3B8l-"f.i &' v-" : : :: : -

) ; -J .
TWE FARMERS. ALLIANCE. .
'v'. .... \ ;
_
-- > : '
f\ T i\\ .
"

s ; :; '. ,, r-r '" :i frfc: : *"|( OF. .Tp: STATE FARMEjs){ MIifflGE|( All: INOUsTn I11I0$. '>, 0..:F ;

; r : .&& .' .
, tf .' : : : : !: -

_, ,;' ", VK "9L.., V. ?w.}.: Agriculture,,:is ,,the, ,Basis. of Wealth'" No. 46.1
: j-.itffA :: -
i ,
( : ,
s ,_ r
'1 ..' ; jc- :: t r 1 f
.. --- -'---
: "'. : j "'1-- "
i', .:, .;:_! :J!:. ;YA'. .TOM i SAWYERgtftff, Contributor. two;things i will happen. He'will,find wiil.take this gentle hint. Great re- The Constitution declares that the
'. {i .; .. -' ., J that his salary will not his expenses suits will follow from their labor.. Congress shall have the exclusive rightof
'. >' pay
,
;,:" .... ,.3Ft.:.., ." ..\ :,\ ,Allianoe" ,;, I
,' ", and hewill take money\ in a discreditable Let' the Southern Alliance farmer issuing money and fixing the value
:- za ,;':::., :": : The grand rally and 'Barbecue of l dishonest way, or he will lead out now upon questions of business thereof. Issuing it to whom? Issuing '

, ". .1iJ: ,1,"0 ',, .' .:' 'the Farmer's, Alliance, and Industrial resign. No man of sense would_thinkof and profit and bury all' recent it to you and, me, of course; to the

.,,.:..;.i J'J',' Union. of ''MarioncouBty" will, .be. held economizing in such,a position,,and unfortunate divisions,.. and disputations people 'What has it done? It has; ,
::11: Z!, 'I doubtless many of our Senators spend under the onward tread of our instead of issuing it to the people, issued .'
', };,,}; j..' ... ,in OcaU, 'November' 2 6. three times the amount of their salary :victQrious legi ris.-'V. E.. H. SEARCYin it to some, hundreds of banks

,: ..,, ,. .Hon. L. F. Livingston, ..presidentof every year. i Southern ,Alliance Farmer., throughout the country'at the nominal,
'.:;: p':: ; the Georgia State Alliance l i ;: and I thought that Brother,"Boyce was 1.i interest of t per cent. tax and these

..*, .;5.,' .. "Prof. Vincent. of Kansas. 'and" other. rather "tempting :Providence" when The Alliance in Ohio. banks issue_ it to you and me in the
'!t"'' ,..."" he talked female suf To strive to secure the establishmentof shape of loans, and these loans drawas -
big against
i. Be so
,. .., :f.prominint: speakers. will ?' there, to.
.a rrfr / !' frage. Now, after Sister King Has right and justice to, ourselves and much interest the greed of the
: );:: ;, address. the,,multitude of people, that t / labor for the educationof necessities .
;.r squelched him, I feel. sure, 'he will our posterity; to lenders exacts orour prompt
:< or. : .. ', ,4 will ,assemble on that day; upon;, the retire to his corner and keep quiet. the agricultural classes in,the scienceof us to pay."

'., :,, ; ', cORdkion'o.c'the industrial. and agricultural We masculines, will at times talk: so economical government in strictly I _
:: " r
'. "niggers" vote, so we won't' let motto: 'In, t.hings'essential, unity;, In
;r :. and all industrial organizations,- ,ands THE N. Y. TRIBUNE'S, SUBSTITUTE. .,
; .' women vote. Olvno; But,when some all things,, charity;' to securepurity \
Sheri public cordially .It is no experiment. it is simple in
; generally, are in:
\. little'woman pins back her sleeves l 'and of the elective franchise, and to
: : *: invited to attend., Come: exerciseit workings.. It is free to all. No -
one
< tells us "what is what" ,we are ready duce all voters to, intelligently
2'' : come all, and help make it the to take off our hats, and obey'orders. for the.enactment' and execution of class legislation is necessaryto,carry ',
'i' it intoeffect and beyond doubt it' is
,.. '." ;'; grandest Alliance rally ever held, i in' And when the gentle sex' develop a laws which will express the most advanced constitutional., .

Florida. greater regard for' their rights 'than public sentiment upon all ques is "raise :
The Tribune's to
:
: their ribbons, they: will vote and their tions involving the interests of l laborers plan
All railroads will and it is conveyed to the
t leading to Ocala more corn,
and farmers better state
votes will counted. Theq we will ; to develop a "
: give half fare. !There will be one financially people'in these'pleasant words: ,
have nice white boys to pass' around mentally, morally, cially'and .
weather the
With better
:;: : < :. hundred carcasses to be barbecued their rose-scented ballots and we will ; to constantly strive to secure mortgages '
; vanish and also the idea that there
'(Y ,and'eerybody'will, be well fed l and take a "cold bite" on election'day entire, harmony and good will amongall be, in ,order to raise
must
a new party ,
+ .: cared r for. N. CROWN instead of a warm dinner and be mankind, and brotherly love among' .
n -'i ,
<(, '/ : thankful. Then the saloons and their ourselves; to suppress personal l, local, more corn.
Y
: V Chairman Barbecue Committee. In other words bad weather creates
keepers will lose their} "pull1! and dirty sectional and national prejudices, and, "
', A. P.'BASxiN. scalawags will not be able to ride into I alLunhealthful rivalry and all selfish the mortgages, and your relief lies not '

"J F.: H.. LYTLE, office on a whisky barrel. And. whisky: ambition." in the organization of any political"
,' The is the noble declaration party, but in raising "more corn.
B. SUTTON shops and their dirty crowds that foregoing .
., "
Yes of Kansas and Nebraska!
0 Invitation.Committee.. lounge in' front of them will, ,be driven of principles of the Ohio Farmers'; men
I- You burnt because it
: ';f -, off the main business streets'. of our Alliance.. In violation of them, political who your corn
: have been was cheaper than fuel, are tofd by the '
: : \ About Various 'Matters. towns and cities. demagogues strivingto
... .'.f"' Alliance Department:, M. CHESEDRO. identify: the Alliance with the new Tribune: that bad weather made your

... :. y',' V Let me,ask ,Brother'Sawyer and all Mandarin, Fla. People's arty. If they should,accomplish mortgages; that better will,cause themto
L 1-: vanish; that you need not seek
friends their the.
''my'other to .quit calling me purpose organizationjnthis .
.'.-,: Colonel I 'wasn't,,thar." I was. Advice to Farmers State would be wrecked. To pre through the ballot, through a new
'- much of invalid ; ghtJor It is such disaster officers have party to right your wrongs; that you
:: .too an to my over a year before the political vent a ,* the ,
; ;. :!;".: flag and country thirty years ago as pot will begin to 'boil again ?. let issued a circular to ,the members, do not need a government warehouse ,
; '' ,- : -my father and grandfather had.done,in us stop our bickerings and get downto wisely,/warning them that the, organization in which to store your corn untfr you '
: two former( wars. I have.been:getting earnest work for the benefit,of the Is strictly a non-partisan 'one, can reap the profit, which goes to the .

." no better ever since." Alliance.. and that to identify it with any party speculator and the gambler, but that
Some little bird told me,,that the Establish everywhere throughoutthe would be to violate its articles of incorporation the way out, of your trouble lies in "

reason :that John F.. Dunn was' not .South your own warehouses and I and render it liable to be raising "more corn"-yes, more .

elected U. S. Senator was that he was your' saving banks. Do this before I disbanded by the authority of,the State. corn" for fuel. /*;

; ,,! r: rich. I guess that mostofus 'are,oft you put up;your manufacturing plants.In I Being incorporated asa nonpartisanbody THE N. Y. WORLD'S SUBSTITUTE.a/;-

!It _,:, the ,opinion that a majority of the this particular, I speak from"'experience it ,dares not become a political This also is constitutional. It does '

'- ':. : members of .the last Legislature are -never undertake ,anything until party.-Farm and Fireside. not necessitate ,swarm of officers". .
,,'- better qualified forraising :co to'n.or you: have',your bank, and money'in' it.. 4 to carry it into effect. It is free from, *
: tending;corn than making.laws. Ira Cotton is the great medium through President Polk in California.- the charge of "paternalism." The

",", '.; man has'any-ambitionin him(;and:has which to/reach success. The farmersof To a Los Angeles interviewer President ., World, like,Job's war horse with the
good :health, 'I .should, ,consider i it the South pour$350,000ooo-wortS Polk said: battle, only "smells the battle afar

.. ,.. strange, if he' had a desire-for'money, of cotton yearly into the channels of "This country is traveling the old off." True, it is open, to the charge
a": that t.he was: 'not: millipniare at fifty. trade; and then the world manipulates Roman road as fast as it can.' It may of "class legislation,'*because. it will

'" : \ When I;: voted, :for; Leland, Stanford it,. and combines it, and 'c perates last for ,a long time' yet as ,did that flourish best'upon a certain isothermalline.

::' f f. thirty years .ago, Idon't: think;he Had with' ''It, and >reaps the benefits.. Let world but its decay is none the less in- Here it is. The World says:

'$3ooohe: could callhis; .own., Arid the farmers ,co.mbineand co-oparate: evitable. There 'was a day when,1,800men "From Florida, to Texas, let the
,: who an Jay XJould{:A."Carnegie'or together: and secure some ,of these results owned, the whole Roman world. Farmers Alliance renounce the pawnbroker .
even the Vaaderbijts.Astors.then. ? Tor'themselves., In the past 25 years of this: government idea,of sub.tre*.ury and' find

:,4 Nothing but:ill health kept me from -I;:am ,satisfied ? that the entire> alliance over one.half the wealth of the fortunes in.the culture of the fragrant

". being a' millionaire: and>I.d n't' claim should! be one 'grand co- operative countryhas been given to 2JOOO'me bulb-the onion." .
.
.. : '
I .. l 5" tp.be very smart either.r ., __ ,association. It seems strange tome and these are rapidly accreting the Yes, farmers,. you who helped with
",\', ', Col L.:L.. ,Polk has been telling the that. the mighty hosts, standing ,whole of it. money to build ,the high.-dome of the

,-, reporters 'that 'we, the: Alliance, are: under our beautiful banner, ,:are'fretting "The farmers of. the country _own Pulitzer building' are' told by the

"J.':;: ; .. :>' first "going, to 'the" U. ,S,. Senate, away their time in doingnothing: 22 per,cent of the-wealth, and pay 8p World,_ .that has l its home there, to give ..

..;---4.. : .;:. ,We are going; to drive_ ant.the.millionaires 'when. so much; can be' .accomplished per ,cent. of the taxes. Does',,this over your efforts to secure the sub-
;'.;"'' X" and fill the:chairs;of the ;:United marching' oaUrito; the field of action seem right? Does not this conditioncall treaty plan and."find' fortunes" m
.-,: : \ -. States-Senators'with good,' hoswt; :ca- : and through co operation, secure forth some action on the part of ......

ti: {. poor men.. Now! if a poor man the:"mighty results which come'from I the,farmers? This country is rajwdlypassing l, ,":It'-w ad, seen it is time 'fer the: .
s to get elected Senatorj,.: one. of Halted :Action. ,Our graadbld:: order, into the kaads corporation fwrmer: a&dfee; }laborer to tM t'l&ck .


.;: l'j -. '< :.. a .i\'. ;'>" ...L- r s '?.,},: <..
'
O.
.. .,,, "
,
"
.. : "
: .
",. t..t. i, : ; ':' : ;
"
.
:
'
:
; _r '''. ,.. ,( ,-- '

; : .-' .: ".: ;: ;::,,; .- z' ,: .-;,, (: ,io .. .:. ;,:: '"".'.,:." ,":: x-'- '.- 4 -:" .


w ....
L' .r ...
.J
... -
.... w ,
t



--- *- -: - -- __
:: : -- U- -- -- ___ -
i = : -

ar

.., 1 F 1
II'"
,


t ipi i, : ,":", .;' :;. :.:: .>< :; ; .;:: : ; ::}>- r: ;," : ;. .:i' .. '. .". '.... :: ,.:;;; ( _


::: .. ]rnv Mi' : ;'FRG !. .. '' ':/ "
., ,.':...:.. )' R 12, J8'1] THE; FLORIDA DISPATCH'FABMER, AND: OWER $21 ',:,<,, .

,+""_. "" ., .'j 'l'
;'ff. ,' those :words HOr- 'something :better, It:is.safe to discard! all baking, .powders 'and queens to have dominion over'all RICH[ [ ,
FLORIDALANDS.Farmers
4, ."; :' '.and J demand, ,the sub-treasury 'plan 'sold with a prize or gift. the earth. I k t

t}t' >t without,amendment! .;:pure ,and simple, What a, misnomer are the 'wordS Money is scarce! ;; cotton, cheap Rt

;'2 ". :--National Economist.k .' 'Absolutely: Pure," as applied'to''baking = and plenty. May God open 'the'eyes ,.,

;. :" ." ., h If. 'powders. Two of'"the larges of our people.-Southern Mercury\ t.,

..' .: ,1, ..} MILLION.' ATTEAB.',- brands, one made from alum, the'other > e'i f' ,
"' containing ammonia 'and both of these American Roads ,
f; }I.40.'
:;:E. }". ".Lottery. and ,Prize, 'Schemes' Used. drugged baking powders have stampet The :report,, "of' the Department: 'o>f. \t...
,-i..r:": 4" to- .Sell Ju'm.aBd'' Ammoniac upon their labels and circulars these Agriculture for i8$8 contains' the following ,
'; forcible statements on:a subjec ,
: Baking Powders. words "absolutely pure. As a matter:
.TM in citizen of: the' land is ,
which
;
Poor
A! fact'they are."Absolutely as : every
; A New York 'concern,: \manufactureres ; shown by official.examinations.., either directly or indirectlyinterested: .' .. Rt't

:' : o.f\n; ammonia baking:powder, <, .. '. e "The cornmpn> roads of ,the countryare ,.

: boaste"that t- its yearly profits 'arc over ',The ,Alliance Fireside. ,the veins and arteries through: i '.

;; :a million dollars. 'While, perhaps" tike.) to 'visit.at Mother Albr gh s.I which, flow the agricultural productionsand :
ti --{, ,..,:; bone of lire makers of ,alum, powder I Her home is ten miles from' one ,of the commercial supplies, which 4r h.r
,, : individually 'can. show so;large'earnings ;our small Texas; cities. The great are, the lifeblood of the. nation, to
yet their enormous. shade the bois d'arc fence thegravelled those.great ducts of travel, and transportation '
profits are trees;; ,; !t: Stop, and Think.
',d the railroads of the country. ,
: r A business profitable 'will{ always walks, the,shrubs, the vines :: {
< : : attract to itself those, whose greed< climbing'over,the porch and the gen While'our-railway system is, the most WHY Spend' the best years'of your r ;,
} perfect in:the world the common roads life, cultivating soils of the frozen '<'
: ;d; will cause them, to,utterly! disregard erous array ofaoses, petunias and ge. ,
,' the effect their traffic may have upon. raniums, all show her love for the of the United States have' been neglected North'and West raising crops on which ..
'. a the ,health or, life of others.' beautiful., ald'are inferior to those of any other I the freight is often not realized, when. ''
civilized country"in('the world. They are can buylandfrom'theundersigned I ,.,:1't" '
: Alum baking powders are' introduced Inside, the new rag carpet, the you '
l largely by,gifts, prizes' 'and l white curtains, the well-chosen pictures deficient i in every necessary qualification rich and fertile as any kn'own.linds, '
lottery schemes. A :piece of glass.., adorning the walls, all attest that is an attribute to 'a'good road; and where you can raiso a crop that the :..:

ware or ,china, a child's.wagon; : ,.,sled,, Mother Albright's Divine nature.- in direction, 'in slope, in"shape and United States Government will pay a, ;. ,
or pewter or;some.: 'other, article The Albright family, just now, are service, and 'most of all, in.want of BOUNTY of,$1 00 on:each acre. "'"'

..o.attractive appearance,. but of small busily 'engaged in cotton picking. repair. These deficiencies have, resulted HOLD On,;this isn't'all You caff sell .,
:
',intrinsic' value or, cost, :is given' with i They also hire some good hands, who not only from an ignorance of the said crop right there in your home '

t r ,to- "each purchase, or ,a number is attached need the work and the,money! for it. the true'princIples of roadmaking but market for $250 per acre. You ask for, '
,:- to the can, which entitles the customer They'eat supper by the bright light also.from the varied systems of' road- the' "Hovy" and "Wherefore..>1

\ to a similar numbered article, or, to.,a ,of.a large wall reflector,. besides, tall building in force in the.several States Quite right-facts and figures count \

prize of some kind., It is in some such table lamp. It is no hurried, meal; 'it of the Union, due to defective legis- Plant: the Land with Sucfar'Cane.. "
\ ". way ,as this that :the trade, in'alum is a time pleasant chat on restful lation. The principle upon which the '
,and ammonia baking powders,;:,which and entertaining topics. They ad- several States have' based much' of theirroad TO OLD Farmers;and.careful perus- ,
<' ,*, has attained ,such. giant proportions, journ.to the sitting room; a generous legislation is known as the 'road: ers-of papers, the fact that there is now '
::--- .. ,and their consumption by 'the public, ire( gives cheery welcome. Another. tax' system of personal service and established near Kissimmee, Flat, the t. ,;. .
: commutation, which is unsound as a St. Cloud Sugar: Refinery, js stale '
'
r which has, 'reached an'exte'nt that is bright reflector lamp adorns the, wall; ,
principle, unjust in its operations, We are talking to ,all .
t truly ;;alarming. and a good student lamp lights up the news. our ;
The highest authorities of all.countries centre table. As this family uses wasteful in its practice and unsatisfactory friends. Sugar cane can be raised.as

: condemn the use of -alunv" in neither whisky ,nor tobacco. they:can in its results. It is a relic/of feu cheaply as..corn, and Uncle Sam will ., ..

4 bread without reserve. In: America, afford to sit.in the light of refined coal dalism.____._'n. '. *' pay,.you a bounty" of two cents. .per-pound. ...
'By the improvement these com. on the, manufactured The .i
f the most distinguished physicians, oil well shaded. ,They also have the sugar St. :
chemists and hygienists'.vedecla 'ed' bright light of the-Alliance papers. mon roads every branch of our agricultural Cloud plantation in Osceola Go:; Fla.,, .. : .j..

that the traffic in alum baking powders' ,The. Southern Mercury and their commercial and manufactur averaged 4,500 pounds of sugar to the ,_ '

,should be suppressed by'law. In England county journal are read; and the home, ing industries would be materially acre last year, and it will go 5,000 '_

and:France where the'subject'oi{ questions, the restriction of the cur: benefited. Every- article brought to pounds this year.METHODS ..

pure food and its effect ;'upon the.system rency, the greenbacks, the subtreasury market would be diminished in price, ? This! isn't the'only big ,
; has been more, fully considered plan and free. trade: are discussedby the number of horses necessary as a chance of your life, however. The -
.. and made the, subject of'extended ex all 'present. The glorious servicesof motive power-would be reduced, and cultivation of rice lands about Kissimof ., .
periments the scientists, 'so"'serious 'Margaret Bright, given nearly half, by these and other, retrenchments mee is to become an assured, profitable :: -
a matter is the use of alum 'in breador century: since to secure the repeal of millions of dollars would be'annually, act. There is no richer or better '.'
'other food considered !o be; that t' the'tariff on bread stuff in Great,Britain saved to the'public.. The expense'of truck: and marketgardenlands in the I.

most stringent;laws have been enacted as recorded by Gilchrist, are discussed repairing roads, and the wear and tear world than the land on the rich overflow
to prevent it. These laws are,rigidly, and.little Fanny says, she will of vehicles and horses would be essen- or bottom lands about' Kissim- .' .- : '
enforced, and the sale of alum baking be'the American Free Trade Girl... tially'diminished, and. ,the thousandsof mee. Write, for confirmation, to Col. J

powders would'not.be permitted for ant "Pooh, pooh; whatjcan; a girl'do?" which acres of land, the in products' of A. K. McClure, editor Philadelphia ', ,
.hour. AnY' one who _attempted: to asks Johnny. are qow wasted feeding unnecessary Time, who has personal 1 knowledge.; '
,"- make them for,rising bread, biscuit,or "I can learn: a song< and I.can makea :animals in order, to carry on :Then:in ,lands for orange: groves,. or s
"
.. cake, would suffer severe penalties. speech-yes,, and,I'll read an ,essay this.character of transportation, would proves .already cultivated l, or' bearing y
", The ill effects: upon ,the systemof: for our next'Alliance sociable.." .be devoted to, the production of food I can satisfy you that your best interestslie !

':food:Braised ,by alum, ,bakingpowdersare ','I am proud of my niece," said l i for the,inhabitants of the country. Infact'the iIise ing,me before,any one else.

t.. the more' dangerous because'of Aunt. Fanny, "but let us hear you I which would pubIic.and'' result private advantages this BEAUTIFUL HOMES. 'The healthfulneSs ,
i': their insidious character. It would read: from this Alliance songster, ''thenew fromeffecting' '
,i'; be.less dangerous jto the, jcommunitywere version of 'The Ninety and great object in the improvement t of-our and :beauty 'of Kissimmee
'" highways are incalculable, not only to have never been questioned. 'No. ,
it ,fatal at once, for then such.! Nine. Little Fanny received the
:; the agricultural"" community as a class diphtheria, no consumption, no pneumonia
,
food would: be avoided; but their.deleterious wok and began. '
in fact read medical
our
but to the, whole population ;
as a na-
action because imperceptible There were tearful eyes and:long: I report. Beautiful 'villas '
tion. cottages; or -
I.. .' at first'is no less,certain. silence when the poem was ,ended., lots suitable for (residences. Write .r
-; The puckering: effect which alum) Mother'Albright, with,her snow'white for terms and partfculars.)
has when taken in the 'mouth is familiar locks;took;herplace at the organ and }
,:,,. --' ; to everyone. Physicians say played ,accompaniment to Sweet 1itt's Pills.ft COME SOUTH: And, get untold .

.. :' this same'elfecUs produced by it,upon Bye and Bye, while all joined in'the, quantities[ of the grandest climate in .
: ; each of ,
the'world free with
acre ground
," ; the delicate
.. coats'of the stomach and ong. '
'
..f<.; ..' iatestines.What ..' J ,Father Albright read the 2na Psalm, d7apeptle.dcbill fated,"lIatli. purchased. Come where'you' can till '; '
::.. : .housewife would' take home about the reign,'ofChrist, and, 'J led in ir from excess or work or, raia4 eebody the soil twelve months i in the year : : .
t : ,drink or exposure la At least write to'me'(or-fuR particulars.t -. ,
the
i' A ; to }her family ,* can of alum or ammonia earnest; prayer for all Alliance! ,
: baking:,)powder if she;knew! it? l homes, for their speakers writers 'and Malarial Regions, W", C.1fNOlf' :, ;
Such powders not only! undermine'the >apers"connected with the-cause, and will find Tut&Pills the most feaUl ilseirmee, 7ig;, '.: 0
torativo ever off erect the nf I eriBf.Try for the lands otthe Bfcsten Coapaaiet. _
''t .: system,. but;:it is' potnUd out that'ammonia for national political reform. This taTaUtI for Ute Associated Railways,landa and the. .. f" ;
1 r taken into the closed the day.Shall'not land ot Ktfiftlmmee Land Co. i
t s'stCinin,even
,,infinitesimal.dotes .' home become Them, ;Fairly. Phoa hate, sugarcane, rice, trackteg-, ,
: ;;: : :day after;day, imparts very.farmer's, } ,".Ylfiroreaa ItHT.Pore blood. .streeBerre (fruit, grazing, timber gene o1 l. fanst.( .g, :' -' ,:},:
t ", 1 :': tothe complexSwi jf low, 'and ,I a school of Christian: political ._*.ndaebeerumiudwllf remi; and home lands. Send foe>map tfeewiag! o ':,. ..
t" "' ... "" \ ed :. .f science? Such 1 families can rear kings ? -'d-s, .r
.
\'S-:;'"' : appearance.- .t+..t"...t. .. SOLD,:lvn WuP". ;, .v.;' ....,.' 'j' .t' ..
#
.
/.* .. .. r .,. f :;. >,.It ....
: .. .. .
..; r : .. -.. ..... ... ; .-'
u N il 'j ,
t "
%
tF T ; "
V r,." '.",' ;, t w '- ... .. ... '- :
_
:o ,
i ? -
J L r;:' 't' : :f : : : y' .,} .- .'': -. i:' .

? s :,, t
{

a
d ss
y r



.. ."- .. ',"; r' '._' _;- ;t:.. .0......,._, ......, :"" .....-i'JI"n::'. "
i :; ..: .. :. .
\ \
-

;w ; I
.: '. -
Y :: : '
., 0 :':: : :. ." '
.
# .- .:J ; : .. ... I -
.o .
: '1; : -
'

r :. 1 ,' : ,;; 'FLORIDA,,DISPATCH,. FABHSR.AJND, MUTT-GROWER. '. [NOVEMBER F 12, 1891. .


; 'f' ;" "what'is character of the -St. how. much milk and butter have' sold, ,
'' .. has.prepared a few samples which are: J the : z;
_ 4 .... ,...... .ca rl: eils.-. excee4ing1y'fineNow- we,'may lookfor Cloud. mill?" from them, though more than enoughto '.

i p. -. -',.. :;- ........ "': .the.development of anew industry The: .mill.is equipped with.:nearly pay for all the feed I have ever given
: :1 : in this section, for, Captain, Eyre:willsoon perfect- machinery't ,and ,has buildings! them, besides what we.have used at _
:. Mr. A., E. Clulickof- .Riverside, .be:prepared= to furnish buds from of a,substantial character. Its.capacit; ] home I have never turned them out h.

Cal.,. lias nth- city' ,.the 'pa* his trees,-,and, the fruit will soon be is from five to six million pounds., on the,range, like the most of people

week buying'-*rage ;:trees to.,skip':toCourierInfonif growing'on all, or most of the places "What will,be their crop this year?" do ,in this country.: '

_:';... 'C IifenML'&rtow' : ;; : In.L_ County, and 'the Captain will, "The crop this year is estimated:at I will state, ,too, that .I have seven

;':" a&t.. a in the meantime,-"prepare himself with about, 3,500,000 pounds, but they at home that will soon add that many .

,-.1.- -- *.*,# proper .:conveniences' for taking care won't make that t as I understand that more.by way of increase! to this Jersey '

Y '4'..Y Captem. ')I., E. Brock, .of"Oviedo, of all:the citron that he can secure.-; one-third_ of the,cane has been sold to family. I can't speak for the ones I

.'. ,'.. says.that $,ooo of :the ioooooboxes Ft., Myers:Press. ,. planters who are coming Jn next yearto have'sold off, but,"ill.leave.it: it with the
I
r : of oraaf es in hk;,neighborhood. are ji/'Xj. largely extend the acreage on an readers'to say whether. Jersey'cows

:t .'sold"at. .>prices ranging fro.mt.zs: to adjoining plantation. '." will pay? or not-A. S. in Leesburger. ,-

i.?' $1.40'perfcox, f.:of b.- South" Florida- Mr.. Hartshorne told' us'loads bat.lie of boxesto ship.edYesterdaYtwor '_"Vhatjs this year's Louisiana crop _t_ It..-----..S
,'- -Sentinel.S :' P : estimated to be?" 1to ror l's Acid Phosphate
,
_
S :
in which the
; thanPlaces (Leesburg)
*
S : 'About four.hundred million'pounds.. '
: oranges are to be packed and sent to Relieves Mental end Physical Exhaus. .
: Farmers continue ,bring tobacco The LouiSiana"crop will never go much 'ron.
thisPint.: Here they are soifed'and
into and: fail sell that because all of the landsin
town ,tkey!never to beyond !
graded repacked and,shipped i North.
ryS : least] ; the,Louisiana belt availablefor .
at good-P < ;This process costs a little more, but .,Oranges and Lemons.
) wagon .loaded, with tobacco ,have sugar are now under cultivation.
the end all fruit that
in as decays
pays : The Chronicle ran acrossH.
"; come into, town during:the'P st.week. "The,government pays.a bounty on reporter .
the.wa from the South is overhauledhere
-? on S. Kedney Winter Park: one day
Quincy Herald. y does it not?
.. sugar,
:and taken out of the boxes :so
., this week and in conversation learned
1 2 iSS; ; "On that polarizes between 80 _
sugar
4'
*
*
that whatever from this point .isin
goes he has sold boxes of
: is because our smokehouses and_ 90 per cent, .xU f cents per poundis that 1,000 }
; : Money scarce i the 'best condition. Mr. H.'
very for .60 the cars. He is
;:" 7' : and cow cnbs'are too"far;away informs- us that last .he kept"aboutthirty paid; and;on,all that polarizes above oranges $ on
: year .
of
:.:" > .. from our homes. 'Build.them'and fill : hands 'busy all winter in his 90 per cent cents. ,per pound i is the figuring on .a crop 4,000.boxes on
What tickles him
; them on the homestead and the farmerwill allowance. I am' pretty sure that, all his. Apopka grove!
packing' house putting the fruit
up Cloud will above most, though, are the returns he is receiving -
the-St.
:, soon be, as of :old perfectly independent spgar polarize
P' ; for market. He shipped, then, mostlyto ,, for his lemons. Mr. Kedney .
saccharine .
i. ...: -Hernando News. .the Western 'markets, but this sea 90 per cent of pure matter. % .
.. will less is the largest lemon grower in the
.7; : Their bounty alone not be
son will ship 'mostly to Eastern mar: in
i : Their county having forty acres planted
,p f"; :feral Ormond ladies have" been kets., :He says the ,crop in. the'neighborhood than$ o,ooo. revenue peracre this fruit.; He. has received advices .
_.
:2 r'" -*ML2ged:for',a couple of. years 'in rain i .of. Leesburg is immense this should be $100 inclusive of expenses.
T don't know what .if cost them for from the comission firms he has ship
tJ : '-quantities: jof: handsome roses for year, but that on ,the"Indian and St. that his lemons
cultivation it is much. I have' ped to, stating were
' ( i that selling $2.75 $4.75 per
explained Florida lands can
,, 5ea considerable 'profit. Not only was last year. Mr. Hartshorne uses your four loads
s cultivated 'those'inLouisiana. He has already shipped car ,
doesit, ,bring'in a'money? value,but'the sides of'gum' and poplar from North be cheaper than and will have three car loads more. '

'pkasure 'and 'benefit .to health .from_ Carolina.. But he has ordered a carload At St. Cloud every productof he has learned the of ..
He secret
;, S "_ the cultivation of these lovely flowers l /from, Reddick, made of Florida the :cane, except one, is utilized. growing says lemons for profit. In the
best of
the
'
': K not'the'least of the profits.-Coast gumwhich.,, he is going to try. 'If.he' They granulated manufacture and second quality and third first place he sprays ,the trees every
-: Gazette. finds it will l do just ,as'well as the other sugar
i the fruit is
month while growing, commencing
grades. The pith of the cane after
: ,
he will it The firm
use entirely.. shipped
in April. This is done to.
is
carried
the juice is crushed out, on a
Fanners complain That,:their i 4,ooo Joxes'of oran'es last Year.- fruit and smooth.
.:. sugar nioving 'belt and deposited in the keep the bright
9.' S cane'is much smaller this ,season ,than Gainesville Sun.* furnaces. It makes excellent fuel. with Then he picks the fruit when it has

_. 'ue ial. However 'a larger CJUg'ewill: *jf the.:addition of but. little wood. The grown to a size of two and' one-half

make up;for the smallness of the cane' : The writer's attention was particularly last product of the cane is molasses.It : inches, whether it has turned yellow

The Spring is of the opinion that the: attracted to Messrs., Carter & "is not worth shipping at less than 8 or not He spent four days,in New '\

P farmers wouldfind even a''largerareaS Owens' packing house, because of cents per gallon. The St. Cloud mill :York among the wholesale fruit..
.., of cane profitable, ;the soil of 'the the more. modern ,methods they have has several hundreds, of hogsheads dealers, where he, learned the art of '

: / ,county ,seeming to be especially of, handling fruit. Here we ,find over from last season. They could packing lemons for market. He used

o : tadapted to its cultivation and growth.Green machinery so wonderfully) constructed easily utilize:this in making rum which colored papers between the layers and-

,.''J 5- ,,'5 : = 'Cove Spring.' as to stamp and cut a wrapper; pickup should not be inferior to the very best gilt trimmings about? the'boxes, at a .
*
: 5 .and wrap an orange, and deliverit'to Jamaica rum. The using of every cost of three cents extra per box, and, .

5' 5 The} cattlemen say this is an exceptionally a bin ready for packing., .Thereis product, with economic methods of now he is netting $2.50 per box on '

*fine.'year;for cattle The cattle i one machine for each size,orange, production, should reduce the cost of his lemons. He"has formed a company
4 -. r' S in the 'Indian prairie pasture are In I and each machine has a capacity of raising to a minimum." 'with a few gentlemen to plant a.'

5 fine condition and have been all-sum- from 125 to I tiC? boxes a day, or every "How much, sugar can an acre of lemon! grove of 150 acres,. in Sumter

mer. The stock averages one-th i'd ten hours. These machines, as' wellas Florida soil such as you sa.produce?" county. Mr.. Kedney says the growers

:.. more calves than'for the past ten years.; their, No. 8 Jones slier,. are ,run "Fully ,thirty tons of cane, or about are unwise if they sell their oranges

Hit cattlemen are much,'pleased with by steam. The capacity of this houseis four. thousand five hundred pounds of I br less than $i per box on the trees. :"

v ,, : : the 'oUtl ok. The. Whiddens >and'Parkers about '900 boxes a day or ,three sugar." Times Union? Interview.Experienco .! He'has visited all of the large orange

.. { have purchased King and carloads. :One more packing, house, r .' ,'. .' growing centers in the State, and has .... \.
LeckKer's interest in the-Indian prairiepasture with a' daily capacity of two cars: With Jersey Cows. ailed to find a large crop anywhere.

and now own it themselves. completes: the number in this small I am often asked the question, will Oveido Chronicle. :

.;' f .. The pasture is now ten:miles by twenty town, whose population does not exceed -, Jersey] cows pay in Florida? It ,.
-
4.. miles and will feed fully three thousand ; .i,800 people. The total 1 bought:one seven years ago to-day .'- 'ro', -

beef'cattle. The, demand i for; number >of oranges to be shipped In-Nashville, Tenn. She was eleven :"WORTH A ftUXNXA A BOS.r ." "

H.,1 ;_ beef cattle is fully up to the'supply. ;-- from this' place will not fall months old when I bought her. : >- wk N - > >rf <>xvxsN... ] .

-;: :,' -< Ft. Myers Press. short of 500 car loads, 'and at $t per There have been up to date twenty-five s' ,Not'Drunk

-1-. ;- ***- box on the trees, which most of the head of increase,from that one and ,her : ; ,

,5, Captain T. Eyre has at last:_succeeded -: growers are getting, will! bring into offspring, sixteen of which have been JustdlaylThtfefaaprw-j ;

in.rai&iRg.an, preserving .this. place about $150,000 for the heifers. ,sore on ttc brain,owing to\ [ r

,'. real, ckrofl'pf,commerce. ,He has been orange, crop alone* besides ;giving I paid $7 *(or the\ cow I started with. 'a,clogging of the S !tans

;:, :.' iadefetigableln' his labors and succeeded employment to over 200 men and II[, have sold oft some of her increase, S BEECHAM'SPILLS .

fakly well in preparing .the citron women during the season. With I[ have sold' the .cows at from$75 to ,

i' which 'growss 'prolificacy) here and such figures.'as' these, who can say, $ oo.and'bave' been. offered more for
;excellent l quality.; :hat,Florida: 'is bankrupt, and that'sbe But for 'S .
: ; TcaHy ,made a very. some.; the sake plan argu-
".4 i }* ', But.he was' not.quite'satisfied# ,with his, imports,more-than she exports?-Micanopy went, we will say the sixteen heifers vrill.reaore. the obstruction
"....c :S experiments, believing$ .all the' .time i letter in Orlando Reporter. are-worth .$75, each. That would be .. d and permits,the "riul!tune
".: -I. .that-the fault:lay in the4 ualitYefriI 1 It $1,200, to say nothing of trje male ;>81ckHefMiaeheaad toes: to act ''naturaBy.aH BUtoa They core aad!( !

'. <_ and,not:i in the.J process? of? 'preparMg. ,ForKfclaria. Liver Trouble calves, though I have sold'them offs xemuiBIordeesaxtatna EroaWeakStolDAeI& .
,
a .: c', ,So besent> to foreign countries for ? very good prices, $.and Bior4erc4. I&4eHcn L1vtr.Of .,, CoBMIpattoa' <>
use
; and tag last ,the real citron(of or Indigestion, I consider the old .
J? "' ... trees got cow worth morefew a1 Prk: teats i l+oz. Pr
f ', is. lace 'i\nd ) PROFIT? '.J50H DiitIR; t J paid 'fer,tefir7' not know ; evr. _Dep9t,3'5 Caaa1 St. xt !."
Oft
'
'
,-S.- \. ",. .-, "OIt IlKIP1 r.J ... : -.. .. .. ,. .. .J.

.'. <'f ? .. .. .. f'r
.
', ': -
'p
..-.. _" ,, .... '. ,,__. ., .. J ,'. 4. ""r',. : ::;"::: -: : ::." ( '. M -axi '
.. .. ""..' ..t. ; M: ,' ,.f .. '' .. ,' .. "'!'" .. ..";:..--Y".. .,... rp H : +_. ,.": ,, J '
;\ ;;;;- ",
i : : i.: ;
;.. ,.., ... 'r-' .' .......:{.:..... ,.'t;-......,,, .... ,. ,, .. .... .' .
'
; 7:
; -
.. : _
p
:: .. .t :.y .-' .: ; -i: ; : ;' > 'S.v ;rJt. S i"t 'S :: },.:/. 4 ..

;r\ -tJ ...;
n f
{

.. ",,!_ ;:
-



.
.
..
'/I(


; *; ;.* ,>..,: ,. :' t"y ...
-

/ 7f:, ,: ,:,: ,) : : ;':,: ;;:\ :,' : r. ,_. ,0.' : : > : : : ; .



,1 '0' 'ii6 "_19J:1: 11 : 4_ 71tt'
'" .


!) "''-;;,
;
b te 1IIorida Iet'1abo' 3 years, have md with very -;.taiaed. Write for Investor's Guide. ,
&Mterisgaaeeeas In.seiliag their'fertilizers all -
:->--,; .; over the State. Their goods are just as theyarereaested { PLANT: S''D.CLOTH.' LAST spring buds on stocks from %.to'2 inches diameter. As thrifty; healthy 1-,, ;:

'ret> to be'la every respect: ,and.they are well-rooted trees, as can probably be -found in the State. The Leonard v .'
btfflding up a large trade the merit of
on their
good* .a1o e. Those, who hare-once used the ,, 'Cheap subs state,fijr glass'
..DarHsg-s fertilizers'are so well pleased with the I frames, etc Three'grades, Light, Medium and grape fruit of superior quality. Also Mango and Avacado,pear,trees.. I"1.J2.JII1 -
.
results obtained that they will use no other, and
c, 'the company.intend to always keep their goods Heavy! CYRUS W. BUTLER, St.. Peterfibiirg, Fla. : ..
.. ,up to their present high standard The -
rompa FLORISTS
>. ay's agent,O.B.Weeks has a fine grove at Hammood. ,FOR ,GARDENERS- GREAT UPRIGHT PIANOS. (
Votosia Co.,aRM knows o?the excellent TOBACCO GROWERS, EJC. OFFERFiaao -,
'.,: :. .-litInor .fertilisers which he'proposes'toraxaish FINEST FACTORY' ):
.
-" ;> the orange,and vegetable growers T>f Protects from frost,. promotes, hardy, vigorousgrowth. and UNITED r. yrrorBlnl }
;' .-a Florida. This company is one of the largest and : IN STATES. z
most reliable f<<. t.fUser companies doing business Will not shrink mildew. $86 Always ready for QUICK SHIPMENTS of Finest ':. '
.. .
IB this entry All they ask of'the and t "'. .
orange! Pianos and Organs_ Direct, to Your Homes. \ 9
,
,vegetable growers of Florida .is to give their fort ., Oatr1&l1a ., enJOuheme ..',
; &ers a trial,and they will use no: other. a ,,.. ., D.Iuv ,, From REV.JAS.M.PO'M'Sp., D.,editor of Michigan "- .3
y DC'U Christian Advocate,Detrott, icn.: ''.ro say that .
cHPo ..I .P. A .au we are delighted with the Piano does not express r
:;" ':. '"CENT-A.WORD" COLUMN.. the fact. We are jubilant.,, all instruments
.. Iii T.SW.a>> Son Pianos a Orgmns, "are as fine in appearance and as pleasing in tone.
'. ; BEAVER FALLS PA this one,your patrons"will rise by the hundred." r 5 5
_', To I ifis re insertion in this column, advertise- ;-sale. by leading dry goods? 'houses, seeds From PROP. B. H. PECK. Valhermoso Springs, Ala.;, "w&could aot.be pleased better:.wkh -

mests_must be accompanied by the money.. men, florists, etc. For circulars and samples tacfcaaing or tone;quick in response and melodious.-short we arc highly pleased with the orgaa." .
.' Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. apply -- .From B. D.GRIGGS,Adairsville, Ca.: "I aat.well pleased, with the ocfaa ia very' ntfttL It to i Salt
'
:-' ::; Postage' Stamps_ received in paymentCoant ,.WATERPROOF FIBRE CO., you From claim Y V M.it to,a be.A.", per T. O. COOLKY..HUlsboro.W.C.: ... tutu 'r -. ,

_, every word,including name and address. 27 South St.'New York N. Y. EftI'Y one vhohas) SM..itisv.rymach9lsasaAwitaUal> _..,'TJaer.:: .....> :. J1rom ;F. > TE i'K; Preeo :' Also waterproof overs from aj}(cents per square organ. How you sell them so cheap is a, ." ; +,
COR8IGN. GRAPEVINES;-:Of best,earliest i and footAgents J
F most reliable varieties, selected: by xoyears' wanted. H-5-2XU % .. ...-
-. 4, experiesceia Florida Chasselas Luttichau, Mad YOU KNOVV .... s
'
''I ek'i' '
'- e Btee and others. Seed for circular H: ffitntntod -
,_- ; VOM I.VJTKHA.V, Earleton, Pia. ,UI2-zm i QSGODD" i THAT IT WILL ONLY TAKEYOU

QTBBL corners for orange,boxes take..place of 4 \ MINUTES' ?
O middle hoop; put on without nails. Send for 7; U.&Standsrd.I f .

". price.Fta* Samples free. W. Y. MERRY, Mandarin* it,,,. ) SCALES : ors TO PULL* ANY ORDINARY .I .;.'...0, ",........

)
7 'WANTED:-Floe grade pineapple slips, also. g t, TON $3'5 = lffdtMP ltp- AMAN.ABQY/WOAHOK ECJIMRERATG RLY : '-

r ; Franca lemon trees,guaranted stock, ,t, I Mw t .i"__ "I NO.NEAVY. ClUINS oA ROD3 TO
,
cash. '
cheap, ROBBRTSOK, FLORIDA DISPATCH. '
'. 1I.12' OS600D( &THOMFSON,UlfbltM, NY. S rnELnlew wn wm+ ,
< 4--; r
-TNTERI.ACHEN BULtETlN-Wfll send a copy .,
k 1 of this document to all applicants, seeking a' : ; ,f ( S & WM1 MAcfl : -
good wiater resort:, O, W, HASTINGS, Inter-' j -
fecbea,',Fla. -.i. -_ .I I.S-2t Buy NOW 3 1 -'.1\-;

.' MCNEAX PEAS. yu per quart,postpaid.: Wu.. SPECIAL- J I Tki CROP ON A FEW ACF 7'";

,Wa ldo.. Fla., ,,115.3t i
SUMMER.. ,SALE : THE FIRST YEAR wit!
T jsCONTE'and Kleffer pear trees. If you are MACHINE.
.- J.J buying either 'don't forget that the Florida 1 PAY FOR THE
3f' ursery to at the same old place.: Address T.,M.' 5O1I 'INANE'c5, A CCfAhI aSWE G- OFWS_ TWO. -- ..

._ PBUMTOK, Proprietor Florida: Nursery,. Monti AYJ.7NG. 1Y0 OVTTMf&f ,,,,. ,.,
=
rACRFdAT -
'
1NE
cello Fla.T7
II.54t't '' Down ORGANS Friess-toclooe.at Way; i; ? Off &TUMP&

AKI(JAPAN PERSIMMON)-- ,Hachaiya.. Scuy, Jfcrm-H to|5 monthly SE1D OSTAT- FOB lLJ-USTBATEp 'CATALOGUE
IV Hyakume.: Yemen and trees -or lO Cash .
: Zugi 3 tc 6 $ ,balance to] -
;
wet hwh. Also 3,000 of fine1 variety not yetI ORGAN JWZ.. No Interest. I 4ME5 1M1L IE'' rs oT .. .
.
.
named by the Department of Agriculture.. Local lBaIBfl GREAT BARGAINS f' ..
Sanford's Imperial,TnUn h,etc. Trees I Must be sold. Can'c bo14. f "I
a to 3 feet. tAll for" sale cheap. J.' R. Mclnvm, Writs for Bargain Sheet. '


'+r JAPAN Gafuesville.Perai. Fku uaon trees. Choice V idies n j-iot.'Ten> ARGAIN A I [UDDENS BATES The DaCOSTA PRINTING HOUSE;, : : ,

,. per hundred. Address T.,Br& C E.PKAasorcArcber SAVANNAH GA. ,

FJa.TOR ,n--5t .., ,
,
SALK OR EXCHANGE-Five J ,. '
purebred811"et '
-" :
F SjMtBgted Hamburg roosters. Address a 3N J -JAOKSONVIlAliR FLA., -_ -, 9
G.H.AKDBOW,Hibernia, FJa, I-S4t- Y Or
;
*
,
*r
i j
old family Bibles make them as aD -
1 your
a..rb
RBPAIR.as new., DaCosta Printing.; and rubelHhlDC Was destroyed in the great fire August 17th, but I wish U say to my friendi imd'-'-
House Jacksonville,Fla.' 0 '1.1: :. '
> to Axes :, patrons that all orders for *. ;,_ : ;
1 IT ANTED-A partner In' a vineyard of eleven; ? g z s ; -. "
If acres in Bradford county Fla Offer for sale : V.. : i : .
a valuable farm orchard and vineyard near Rich. r i d t'y azid ; ;=:
moad, Va. C. R. CCIXBX,Lake CitY,Fla. -, a PRIloTTING :BINDINGr.: : .

10-29-41: ; 0uY .... '
-."' : .
11 Ac.l1UL. peas delivered' 'sixty' cents,quart lr Will receive the,usual promptness and attention. :' /
ill undelivered, fifty; edit $3.7: Jeff Wet I o1t rKEW
ttr> bourn Coaseteace corn (quart shelled, corn to
ear) forty 'cents quart delivered. -,CASH: ;. not $M
stamps, with orders. J,E COLS, Glen St..;_Mary = Q a ;

-. Fla.OREGON Everbearing Strawberry plants Io 22t'The',- ... t Y a I--. -. = N. >2 TYPE, HEf PRH8.SRSHRWIACHlHHRY'f'; ; ; ," : 'f'

"
ul variety known i pa good shipper a VC.., .... .'
and M-pnrpose berry., Sead for,price,list, n ) v .
; ,..., etc. W..* >.Xn DtET, Plant City, Fla. 1Q-29"4t.. 4 a Q71 Of the:most approved patterns, will be-put in the new.ofBce.throughout. To accommodate .

Cash with order. : needs I have out ,:
$T e -Mote's Iliatt AutoO ; VI my personal bought:
VU ,malic Single Orange stzer wilt site a x
'MO boxes day. Hundreds in Send
"' per: now use. .
fer t8thBoBlal.sheet. ; order early This 'is,acka -: .aFAVORITE., SINGER. 'The': 'Tim Union Job ? Office ,aid M, Biidwy :" "
wle4ged by all to be the best, and cheapest ARM.,- S- Printing .
steer in existence. :K. JI. MOTE'S SIZER Co., '
Lee bum, Fla. ,1Q-22.lot Style as ownlnout'wJUltd. >.
,. etattAo1tmenta.eelt.lettlBg... r
,. to 50 per cent',. saved by shipping. oranges I e and threading shut e.; And. will, 'couJuct my business -at this stand until, December tat, when I will Zloder.: ,

2Q J ia Colters' fruit car. Address R,., D.- ," 'of'-'Yol1e&Dgetmnrm&Ch1neaoJrlr maanfaotarers. Save Canra into the New.Building specially erected for my accommodation. : po
,
COCLTBR .
+ ,Ortage Cityla J >-JS-71
.- Mn'CootmlHtOM of... lit G. n L.7.

: ACARTNKY ROSES'make beautiful ever* trial.Wazr&ated 0'yean.eMTBATIVE .
'", ':M.greeH.stock-prpof: hedges.:Plant and cuttings I' KWW sU K M... I REMEMBER DAGOSTA 'IS STILL ONTDECK f
'b date.. )M.ONBiii Fairbanks,Fla.: io 8-i8t ...-W..7 Trelght P3>nadelpiefql ( :

:,' IATT'MOTE AUTOMATIC ORANGE'SIz:. : : >
ER. ,Best siser'in, existence will size eGO ACRES. QRCENHOUftKf.: ... -" '
; 40 Send us your orders. 'Large contracts specially estimated on. -4 _
.. boxes per day.'Bright* oo one 'side, Russets onUK : <# *' +'-:', tCHAS.
: wirer. "Price reduced to$*s,cash= with order TREESAND'PLANTS : -. *"* .
ie
.
JR. H. MOTE AXJTOMATIC SiEHS. Co.,' Leesburg, : hNOVEMBER >
\.I pia. Send for Catalogue aad testimonial sheet-- We offw for the Fall trade a lu** ad be sleek W. 3DaOOST-Ai: ;' Propri tor. 1 :,
:o-8-lo d o( FaUlT sad Oraa......1 ;. ." .' ,.- ,
"i...ire. 'K.sesYl_ .t._ r ALI4 't1t -
'
'
YKRS IMPROVED RING ORANGE SIZRR j] He4ctt PI.....Fnllc..Tree tMetI.! :1:1, 1891. ,. .;" "",
; .
sad areas'rreltnp. I'rioe4 OM --
... : '
-took. medal at'Ocala HxposHlon. Runs -
fall.of WLmaiIM fIM.' I.a,3i.A.d: .. ..
j' bliss,-.at 01"Me.nt' eaaaetgetout of:order. d ,
1 ,
4.... Lake. ",'r.Fia. < .
WMMflUBWIKTFHOtMIX YVtiiS A, a,H iilMm,1 IU.O 1 : .. .' :
"' W'LLSUPPLIES /.n.' ..._ .. ... ,.......,.j" '1.1
PaJMka Ffau will send : '
G.'I'IIAIPI ,
:
t ''& &tau 1"iii.. .. -;. + .
': + for cents<< by Yon- seed 'etatJoJwrr of kted- rt : ..
35 D any pas WbrMA+ ."Ill. 16... .- '., .
"NOl.tJl.e' saws sick ea4tle.: ,Clve': It a pens and ink Use,send to DaCesta Prkrt-J IJef3S.C".U.ST..C ICAGOILL.l .. .. ,"'faI'Ii "- .
.CI 9"3. t, fag and PiAHsfeteg Hovse Jcksonv31e,Fla. ELM STEKT,'DALLAS,TEXAS.f -6roacdN.w. cu.9 BaeAMriY<..t,fL 4. "''',' -'Ii.
-
". ,. ;.,,, 1fr .. .{f ;;ft
,. ; ''\'_
:
.. "" ,Jf"f: ; ; : l )
.. ,. t'. : :
.
.
.
.. --
'. .
: :
.
: .
." : ":" t: ; :' j ,"; ;
;
4' -
'' .
: :;:.: > E,".' .., .

; :/::)<:' .._ .4 ., ..
: '; ; 6 : r r v j. ;".1 0 -rr -" r:;, ., H : .. I' -

: ''II'. 'J
r ,(1"'
l
.
'
Ir
"" !4
n .


--S
5



:,
.
-


r


.... ... '"
": .... ''' .... : <<# .
,
: t v
: ,; h; /" '" > .'., .. : -

:' 4 :': '< : ..:.THE, !. : _FLORIDA JHSPATCH, 'FARr AND FKTJIT-GROWEB..::. [NOVEMBER. 12, 1891 .,,: : "


fJ ;. ... -. .- ,
..
-
--
-- .- -- --- ::
: ( -PBRSIMMONS, Plus, Mammoth THE BEAUTIFUL : : : ;
:' ..
:
: ftosjai JAPANSSB tJw-
jiwre8
Walnuts hardy orange
,.., ,-Japan
; : I
OW.Qi' skies Also OITUMH co tal stock, rare bulbs seeds
: j":" .-: MT: .... II1""i 'etc.VOjfce,filf trees neL.Goods. _
"; '- RMERt s"1ICP. Freight.. Express or maiL ..
.v :f.-, fJ )ac-fe.........,.. satdybv'Send for our new,,feaely illustrated. jogne..'
::. ", ; +6e..getaattza a"'" w+usNa. r U -

#.i; -" : AddtoseIdI,. H. BERGER. :'CO.,; j.4.i

: .. :: "; CHAS.: W. :DACOSTA',:,Publisher.J" .' .' San Francisco, Cal.

:
:'w. r-> j-ir-C ryj BslabMsiied 1878WANTED- .

.;. ': ;; '
/ .tTerk
sab.cript4iog.: >
-:, -l :.. J FARMERS.

.,' 'Fer'eM. .. 4.--.o..f": :.. f-1.l.: v-'i.fI-OO .
HOC
Ml. ".., :For eiz manta ".t':....''.!..i..,.",...".,..._' ,ir00) To ERA send CURE.for"ands guaranteed use our to"RJVAt cure 99 cases out CHOIr of a MILLS S

; 'FE, : 4 8u.He''ptSO. l11f., .,aIl" eifoMti". fn ad hundred and ,we will-pay$wo in ,cash for any R
;1' ** 7. t ,t f 'I. case that cannot be cured by our. remedy if directions .
::1" THee. followed/ "

-',Kate, ef. AdvertleiBg l on application.REMITTANCE .. We are have been years: experimenting for at,sue" Florida Central and Peninsular
for.this dreadful disease which ,
cessul"remed.Y' : .
'Y'A. made Check
.' :, : steal .be by ; 4
'A. deprives us of-our good,home-made bacon. We
,.
.. r 4" '-PoM1N.K., va.s*; Order', or Registered Let found out and have thoroughly tested bur remedyand 'RAILROAD'

;" '. '.;. ,'. Wr' ,,to* -order i of: /T, -&/. : ." it is highly recommended by the Department ,

. .' "FLORIDA >>PATCH AND! FARMER Cholera of Agriculture, is the pertaining same as a dangerous to that branch.and,contagious Hog 110 MILES THE FLORIDA TRUNK LINE -
..
: < / AND FRUIT, .GROWER" fever with man,and. must be.treated ac; | CINCINNATI I( f3li rtest; and ( Formerly; the F.Ill&N.'Co..) offers Increased

/ TaRksonvWe, Fla." cordingly. "remedyvwiir' prevent"it: even -3f qulcke. facilities this season for travel to Florida,
f. "% "" they,are with (fothers that have i it, and its willpositively having Jn addition to Its old and popular
'. ., -. cure the worst cases. We can refer.you Compartment and Pullman Palace Sleeping Carathroughwithoutchangemakingdirectconnection connections the LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE -
; f INEW' SUBSCRIBERS: *bNEYi:l to men in nearly every State who have; made' : R. B. at the River Junction and the
successful cures only with our remedy: GEORGIA SOUTHERN A ,FLORIDA (the
:" .;.' ,," .":+J 1.... ..... "':, j a'Farmer 'i"l" .!> Price, prepaid by express or mail, $z per pack [in CENTRAL UNION 1 I Suwannee River route to Florida), arranged,
..-.: ,, ,;. ) age";which contains enough to cure 25 hogs,.or I ST. LOUIS i I for a" new route froni tbe West and Northwest
;- s 8'1 C"t '" J. prevent SO taking it. We allow liberal 'discountto o DEPOT for via Montgomery,Bainbridge and Monti-
6 1. : _. Cannas selling it in their county.' Address cello carrying! through sleepers from CINCINNATI -
I "'" PEOPLE'S' INDUS RIAI. CO., and the WEST and with Through Car lines for TO TAMPA.

::' .1A.. pw.tIC .... Brunswick' Ga.. ,The road bas now no less than
- ""'..;'. "":- 1':] .a .. -,\ 'J .' Don't. send stamps. f 1o-294t. I CHICAGO ]land NeORTH.WBsr.. Seven' Points of Connection IVitli)


t{ .. : : :Prem nm OffM! OR' SALE-One Press for second sale cheap,hand at.WashingtonHand this ;office. also' with Throua-h Car the North, : .

,
'
: Write for Lines for DETROIT 1 namely, Fernandlna, Callahan Jacksonville, '
Montlcello
: Live Oak Lake City, and River
: i :C"--.I": .J"r .- Y! :/ f'\.. .-- particulars.PlION. end- Points in Canada Junction; making comfortable connectionswith
!1<"...... ,. ..j ,.. ; ,
d. : ....a.. ...... "" j.. I BUFFALO I Chfcago Kansas City and all northern r
.
.itI .
.. ', .J."r, \1.\ ,,1 .. .
"" ; ""! ., ... and the 1tAST. cities; for which this road is specially In
,,;i is 'rf'' 11.1"-Wf" .\;-: a is it-1p \0. hang fa thstborsdiseastj byte augurated. .
: ,:" ',: ".:':. 1.;. ,::i :..;. (;;:. JC \ .. 'ii ::,:. ..' *,M I .thousands tr po itiT of winsdy OHM .i tha worst kind and 01 long only one Change of Cars to The Florida Central:>

.: '. ,..:.' : -':' ; L :n 'i'' >";X--::; :' : Uan 1U fficacr.< TMme.that I will n.fa Mnd. IDdMd TWO 80 BOTTLXS strong is nz rn7>faith..winVALUABLE Meridian, | NEW ORLEANS |, and Peninsular Railroad

". ;( .: T-( .>:> ,' 1S" anysuf.
j
-- .. *< ... f. .;st't!: \ "" 11" faa! O will send m.terKipc. sad P.O. addr a. Joints>> is the greatest artery' of travel 'through the
In
... aMyFrmt-Grbwer: '.4. Slocwm H. C.;i :HI: Pearl St. N. T. JACKSON; VICKSBURC, finest parts of Florida, traversing twenty- '
,'
.;'" J '" '" : and the four counties Gadsden,- Jefferson, Duval
"," ,' _> JIk'';" 1 f8P' *; I TEXAS Alachua, Lake, Leon, Suwannee, Nassau
>J
<
,'" .Fei gsar'ab4aoepy.of .."z r Six days *srll i thananyrarlettgtute Wisr.' Levy, Orange, Hlllsborongh Waknlla
orre
.. 'I.' ; .-... ,., ::;abitriGuiiJngin # :r. at tbe. are'afiordedan Columbia, Clay, Marion Yolk, Manatee
; ; ; ; at. knee N.T. Color! Passengers.via this line ,excel Madison Bake Bradford, Sumter, Her-
<" : : : iidlf greentob wblt; palp lent view of Lookout Mountain and surrounding nando and .DeSolo.-ln their richest portion.Itrans ..
.: -tender,, tweet and delicious. historicscenery.. through the MIDDLE FLORIDA..RBGION -
} .,, ;. rLIJJ' The only rope or HILL COUNTBT' where are the fine old
: =
.J I. that. ranks first both In S.C. RAY S.E. Pass. Atlanta Ga..
.. '. '. : @. .o ""t earliness and quality. Agt., Farming Lands and the New To-

Each vine staled wlUt D;J. MULLANEY, Div,. Pass.,Agt., Chattanooga.
l;' '" our rrrlitered- trade' e
:. z : ;. bacco :Farm
_
: mark label. :: &*nd for ,D.,C. EDWARDS, G. P.&T. A., .
'.i -._" / tan ving fi ttruer!tnformatlon.Ag.aU wanted *, reached by, no other line) some of them
:
.", ;* ( ar4aisfngin; Florida. Is.a', .-aa, HEM HOYTTI ii OKS: ,. '( W. ...... ct. CINCINNATI, O. conducted on a large scale. here are Qalncy
-"v""** i' :Wt\1 i Z+- *
Tallahassee (the capital), Monticello Mad! >
h R4 fttetr-pflf tnd bound book of, ,
"'.-: DEAFNESS son and other towns, from whose comfortable,

.: 250 pages,'being a comprehensive treatise ample dwellings, reposing In a fertile ,
country Is coming,a renewed energy to employ -
:'on'the ,:vegetable l smd tropicalproducts l ofFlorida .
., \ the. resources lavished about them.
., bTP4! ). N.:5whit: er, AlM.This : ; .' ITS CAUSES AND; CURE" Stretching, down through
:
L 10'
'
> : book Is much' sought after for its Bc1e iu cal1y' treated: an.aurist of worldwide The Peach Countryof

..'::,, reputation. Deafness eradicated and. Baker, Bradford, Alachua: and Levy coun-
practical information. entirely cured of from 20 to 33 years'standing, r. ties, through the prosperous, .
v Juys'tke ) bokt ,arid our after all other treatments have..ta.lIed.How -
:
$2.00 ) : the difficulty is reached.and the cause rep Strawberry Farms ,

paper'. for.one year, moved fully explained in circulars with affidavits of Lawtey,8t rke and Waldo, rHplMlpe-rtor '
,, ; and testimonials of cures from prominent In profit to the orange grove-it goes throughthe

::,, -**.--Tfa-foi certain1y.agrand i offer.?Send; i people, mailed tree heart of the brats, penetrating some.ui
: Dr A. FONTAINE East 14th $t...>. yKN1t11Ef. the finest groves one having .
: in orders at once. ./p ;or
r 70,000 Full-bearing Orange :
's ;;, C. 'V DACOSTAJaelstsEiav1lle
-
e -
THE GLORY OF MAN Trees, 3panning

: VJ:1j:: l! ,Fla.. J. for nearly a mile between them.,.

= STRENGTH VITALITY'' making its way southward to the Gulf,and to ,
:NOTICE OP INSOLVENOIT. the more tropical portions or the State. In

.... .. .' How Lost! How Rogalnod, all portions of the State It reaobe. 'points. of
'- Scenic Interest.
,
'"
IN COUNTY JCDGB'S COURT.v I '
NLO1 A.i. IVaknlla Springs in the :Neat, the Bawa&aee "-
DTNALCOUNT:
.. .r .'f. i.. r tai..a' % 1Ccactnmistrator'of .H EO4rf River, as beautiful' and romantic as It 1 It ,
iyHEREA d V t gALLIANCE (anions, Bllrer Borings, la the lake region, f
AT the palate err Oeo.4 C.'Ooodricb. deceased f
and the lakes themselves, with their stir
late of Use'county reeaid, having filed, in 1 the
rounding of rolling land interspersed wlti
W .office of the County Judge of said.county,a writ- ,CULTIVATOR. pleasant homes In green groves sloping dews
.. ten suggestion of the insolvency of said estatt; and The best cultlvaer '
For field, garden grove.-- to the clear lake fronts. By means of tab
'notice as.hereby given to all persons having claims : .I ever saw," is the verdict of all who use it. road you can moat readily reach the'Huntin
.' ofany nature whatever against saM estate;to file Works either level or on a bed perfectly: adjust-
...
the same, duly authenticated in the ,office of $[ { : rifle;cleanest cutting;lightest draught. ,I Grounds-
County Judge of said county on or before the 8th -
Price
warranted.
Every cultivator fully Jio.;
.
The settler,will find the line of this
on road
of which time there will
day April, A. D., 1892,at : THE SCIENCE OF LIFE .. ,GODBEY & HARRIS
entitled a greater opportunity for a varied selection 0&1aDd
be rata to creditors there
: a payment Waldo Fla.
pro A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise than other road "
to, and the ndininistrator discharged ; ., on any in the Mete-
..J WitneM"SUT name as Coaaty judge'.of saId on tin Errors of YonthPrtmatur.DeclineKarvoias from lightest soils to those underlaid With
: and Physical Debility, Imparities of the Blood.& ; clay and marl, and of richest hamra&ek-
7 county, this 28th day of-September: A. J>4: 1891.,
.' w; B. OWEN, POULTRY FooDI.f.k4lk! whether for regular mixed farming, stock
"i- v. ,io.i-6m County Judge., OHAUSTEDYlTALITY '" dairy farming, peach or strawberry culture,
orange groves and vegetable gardens.Tbe .
,: : j" tourist will be gratified with 1Uksenery.
The health seeker on Us,
... <' ample
UNTOLD MISERIESResoNing route can find some spot adapted to 11..i.
E want I. On the hard clay ,roads'of Middle
Florida the horseman will ,ride with
from Folly,Vice,Igaorsace,Szeessss or speed .
,
satisfaction and the Florida f
..- OTertaxation EnenUDg.oil unfitting the toe' tm and Ceetral "
T P. for Work, Business, the Married Social Rek ion.AvoM Trade Mark.' and Peninsular,Is theSportsman's

unskillful pretsnders. Possess" peat HOLLIS' CANNED MEAT FOR POULTRYWill Route. I
W Pf WL[. L)'s Af fE YO1J"Z work. ,It contains. 800 jpwes,royal 8ro. BeaaMfal -
binding,embossed,foil cflL. Price only $tAO bj .Make Be aLayS-I NoTC.-Psssengers from Northern ooaBee* '. -
mall,postpaid,concealed In plain wrapper. JHo. Will Make Chickens Grow I, loss having tickets over the Plorkto Ce&tM" :
",' tratire Prospectus Free;U roa apply BOW.'.The Fowxal and Peninsular to points la Soetb Florid"
AND GOOD FOR MorjLTijfo
MAKES A* ThE tHOP ditiagaisled,'author Win.' fL Parker.H.D.,'receiTed haTe the privilege of being takes into JaeklonviUe ,
.',: the OLD AND JEWKIJJSD TIDAL This food is: strictly fresh meat,carefully over the Company line and allowed "
CLEAN SWEEP] ASS from tlte National Medical'A Moeifttto* for cooked, ground fine,'seasoned and hermetically a stop-over within t he going limits of tfei- I
$ *F TWO ACRES able PRIZE K.S8AY ea NEKTOU8 and Jcktwlthretarnto' their route for dee na
;.; sealed in&lbmans. Being ground ABe,Ucalt
: fA 51Tt1P1G. PHYSICAL DBBILITY AParkeran4 aCOl'Mof km free of extra ebarge. Send toe map ot

.., .''; 'Assistant ftrlid&a may be CODIUW.! 'eon$ be readily mixed with soft food, and fad Florida,mailed free, f, .- .
.} ,, d rtJafljr by mail or la at the oito* of BO,as to give eeeii fowl aa equal share. ,P 1G' .A. O. )(MACDONBLL, G P. A..

.' ''THE PUIJoDY )lDllJIOAL 80 es per oan; Is per os..Address, 'HOLLISDRBB8SD JaekeatvJIe. PJa,
4 Bettedi St.,BMteeu..DHiT5i'No "
.: KtfTAL t MEAT' A WOOL CO. 99 North X. 8. PENr1INGTON.TraS4eMannger. ''
orders fer boeb'or.test.*** ftr aE ; t. ., '
.. .', t., I nMlS m 'Reeled. .M.tboTt. r ,, Denton,KHI. [MtfiUoa paper,'. '. D. E. MAXWELL eral M....j...' ;

...
:; : : u < A '.
; .. "
: 'h
: : J', '- -

: #. : ; SY 'J \- '
; -' ,' >
'" -
;. ._ J d. "' ,w "!" /",;: ... ... -< ""


S-..- ,; >'. '. :...:;,ll.'f;, .1,: > /" _.k .'+ .' .- -... '. ,. '
-. r-.' ; .. .. !! ,:' : : : ?"t{.. .. y : "'J'o" ;( {- ". S'S

Y : : -.... J .

.. Y

T
4 .. ;c



r ""1 .. ,ag

4
"
.
.
: C :" .
t- C
'' ; '. } : .l;:: : :t O at, > _:' ; ,. .>-, ': royl "' : :
ii

{ : ?<,1: t ; ;-? ,: ? : ..'. :_. .: > ;jji t.,:: : .

l : P'12 '181] r'u_' i THE jFLOBIDA DISPATm FABMrf '"
: :.. :>. ''"' l* i/;; -gND'Rx0WE1.; .., 326-;

"
'

s :;,.' THE'TROPGAL': SIIIST .Established 1856. '200 Acres i in Fruit. ,;Nursery' ? ', ", E:,.
., .. \' '
ONE: ACRE U DER GLASS.FRUITLANDNURSERIES. f > r

'..- ., PUBLISHED" 'IN '
:
?
J. :
r ... 1 : I : I :
,j.t;: he FaiMut. Pineapple Section" of the' East.,Coast.. :The only. publication( in theJJ&V ; '
"',. '.
'- '
i r .A..p taG rgI.. .
M : .
/ .. ""resewaed c( retort, r e ions,of Indian c "River Lake Woril :' rid:'Bi i5-. : l'
.. .... ., ... 5-- -
,.'f F We'otrer'orFall and w1I ter'deUv81'7 Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental tree : :- k'
"",, cayne Bay. -.,.betweenXocoa and, Key West.; tCoees, Palms, ete.aulted te Florida. All the new Peaches lately originated Florida.., .
'.. tFull Also stock of Camellias Greenhouse etc., '
a superb Evergreen* plants, .
Our products have bee tested In Florida. for thirty-tare*years past CataJpfuesfrea.No :
of reliable.information regarding the*,Fruit_ .Industry of this.celebrated' cton., Agents. t
Address
'7-.' ; t
"
.
.. '; P. J. BRRGKMANQ,. t
:
:SUBSCRIPTION. PRICE: $2 PER,.(YEAR.
-, _. j.;' .',.' '. ..' :: '>- it"-" ::-- ''//':'; Augusta' .*' Oa.SHORTHAND "' ..0...

.t! 1.> :GUY I. METCAXF Editor .and.Pafelislicr4. ;:' Thorough, Practical Instruction.' '
'J >* :- .'. listed to petitions. Catalogue free. ,,

.. ; .THH.e,. ( Lake. ...Werik), Dade,. Co., Fla.Advertlaing S S !ITLI I TAflO I1 =i.:"

rates, furnished on Application. KY.
1o
22.3m LOUISVILLE
,t.. .. .' ., .., .
? SS S
5

: : : < i : n j jbest

.. : FLORIDA ORANGES: WANTED IN ENGLAND. f" (


,, .,'.

."'* As Florida oranges are nova staple fruit in the ,English markets, to obtain profitable, prices; in the. future i it will only; be necessary to export good quality and "
.
land oranges in Jood.condition in the foreign markets.Mess. '. -- '-& '
: Smith &Crouch, one,of the U'gesbest: and most boxes, weekly, could.be handled. up to Ja'nuaryist, with satisfactoryresults if the fruit is sound on arrivaL .--,:* As one of the'largeet.1 exporters of apples, in New"York- and.as a.1arge'importer of fruit from England, my knowledge of the carrying ability of steamers enables
me to-select the best to ship by. ;
Regreeenting the best ems in'Lirerp00l a ; and Glasgow, and having my own house in London, are also further reasons why shippers should send through me. :'J#j

In order export orange l,. shippers can consign i their! tome to.New York; If on,examination it is in condition to forty ard-I will have the same placed on the,
: and fastest steamer!and'aend a'Bill! of.Lading: 'as evidence of shIpment,to shIpper.. If not sound enough to export, I WIll eIther turn the lot over to any New York
'firm.the owner may designate, or sell it myself at auction. .tt ',. .. '
The best steamers'land.their cargoes in Liverpool l, so that a.cable.re rt of sales is received in New York in twelve days after sailing. A check covering about the R
mount of the proceeds is then sent on.account to the shipper, by me. twenty days from date of shipment' from Florida it is thus'possible: to have the.proceeds i ia .
.{ the hands of the shippers. .
Please note the folio wing:.v ; A
Large sizes of oranges, 112's-126's. bring as.much as 150s and 176's. No matter if, oranges are shipped green and are'sour, the 'earliest possible shipments pay ,
Dead Green Spanish Oranges always bring tye\ highest prices, being the only kind in.the market. Oranges must not be shipped from New York later than December '.
1st.. There is no demand after the .holidays until March 1st; \ > > to"': y.
"' Advances of $1.00_ per box'.on .your fruit.will be made to such: shippers as need, money,'and such are authorized to'<4'aW'o .me with Bills of Lading attached.Turtfeer t '\ ,
and stencils be furnished .. .
particulars ,by '*j 'o' .. -.., : '" .
;
>; E. L.GOODSELLtN. .103Parkllacet m.: ". .;... .
"
.:... ; or CAJHLPJOX GOODS ,' &.CO., L"IHITED., .; ;#,,,;4 '-} .1 >>

--. : L ? No. 15 Pkilpot Lane,_ London, Enge ., ; j.J .' ;

.

:r: :7' : .:, :&ELLEVIEW; PHOSPHATE CO.: ; :i<> I. {'

:
: : ;


NO'N-A' GI.D. p'HOSPH'ATE- F'ERTI'hIZEl'RAt: L
'. '
.' : : .f, ""
T&- Orange Growers qnfaFarmera :: .
The Belleview .Phosphate is'the.;cheapest fertilizer ever offered because it is the best. It contains at least. three times more available plant food than can b:* -:;
'found in any commercial acidulated(, fertilizer} ,and is sold for one-fourth the {Jrice. .... Tj ';,.:;-'_

We have the most,complete plant.in the State calcining and pulverizing phosphate. .*;*. ', j,, ,:
It w the beat ,because while its 1 benefits> ...are shown at once, it will outlast all others, and there is no possible danger its use. It being'a great absorbent ,ofmewture .. ..::..;.
r: it is of great value as a"mulchant.. ,It is worthdouble:; the price it is sold at 'for this purpose alone. Hundreds have used it, and they all give glowing teamtaeBMhls ; '". ., ,.
of its value. Chemists and Scientists testify that.it is'the richest and safest fertilizer known. : ; .' ti
We want eveg orange grower and farmer-to try it,'and for the next few'weeks offer it at the following extremel/low: prices, at the mines : -.:
Per.ion, undried in bulk,'$5 ;' per ton dried andunground $6.50 ; per ton dried and pulverized,.bulk, $7.50; sacked, $1'extras Special prices In round.lota.&tj M' J. -
> ,1'' pounds! for a full bearing tree is a sufficient quantity to Use, and less amounts according!! to size of tree.. J. J :;" ,
.. It it good for. cotton. It is good.for all'kinds' 'of ,grai iii. It. is'good for.'all grasses. It is good for all kinds of fruit trees.. It is good for strawberries and' all knacks- r ., _
'
of.Yogitsjhtoo. ?ii' ;;:: '

:::.: .\. lasso all orders. and apply; for any:,further. information< as to freights, eta, to ., T..D.Secretary GIBBENS and, Treasurer. ',.-._' '
: :
ti.
.
"1"" 3 ,' ', d ... '
Tjfc> .' ,- c. *"- :;A: .f"s -T Box- 019, JACKSONVILLE* FLAT-. :'10 I.. ,
jJIJit.JNMilywa: 'of tkraeoft'phosphate... ; as' giyeabyjSerge: :Malyvan, of Ocala, is as follows :: 'I.t ..::,.;' : :(!* ". :.ii, T' f
': ".:4"r.: '"w .' .V' -,,.!-., Insoluble Sete and Sand...'......................:'.."..!. ...:.a....,...l..........:::.....18.76 -.' ''W .: ,
:: ;::\ : : :Carbonate of Lime................................... .....:.......c..::...::............: 4-.56 .. f"
'... '',' ,'. r ', j. Phosphoric Acid................. .............-....:..::.......................(27.63) >
z > :' a ;- Kquiralent to Bone Phosphate orLime......................,.............. .................60.73 '- '.) y.; F '
.4: .. !' ; -- Oxide of Iron................, L..u..................... ......u..t..........r..... .74. '.; .
... ., I ; 7':' ': Oxide of Aluminum.........................:..;.......,.......:.........:.......::........ 2.07 .. :'.. .;
\ ;' "t Magnesia,Soda, etc......................................,.................................." 6.59 ., ". ..i" '". S"" ".
\f "
,.. <', JJ" :... Mo.tu. ... "...............-.....,r...........'...........:.I.:...........r..rr..r 6. ,',' ., rf '. ..j ... rS .'
.' :.; He Mss''':' : c'Yirr pfeoeefeaK i referring'to:the'BeWeview Soft Phoe'hate)will be soluble by. gradual steep under the influence of, rain waier/prdyided i perfectly, ; : '. ,
barat! sad .iIied z_ 1iI.IU'_': pow d eI".'t J vv -"'Ii s i. .' r "/ / ... ::u. 1--.f".' .,v-* :sJ.r ; ._

as follows Th :SmTeaSoeot chelis. gives & further analysis of .the.solubiUty. of this."phosphate'inCitrateof w. Ammonia, which i is about.1"....., the sameaft' :. e .,. .alai. ".'.water"- ...: ,7 ,_, .'t.

"Two of .Ammonia the other '51.40 cent,soluble Citrate of Ammonia an of 49,70(( -'
Analysis-one giving 4S..per cent soluble in Citrate .givhn per ,average per :
eeat. of Bone Phosphate of IJineT.tiwEquivalent of 22.66 per cent of,Phosphoric Acid soluble; in Citrate! of Ammonia." ". ;- ; .
Tl e greatest amount of amiable .Phosphoric Acid'in any of the high! grade C9mmereial.fertilize.rs.is 6 to 9 per cent l .

_7S .JACKSONVILLE,PXJk..,june 2510,1091. JACLao11VILr 1i,ItLI.,June 12,1i591" __ oJ' :
ftBLUvnw PHoawiATK COMPAXY,J ACISONVILLUPLA4: f GenUemen-I wish,to state for rbeoe6t 1tht. T. D. ClBBHKS, SSCXBTAXY BEIXKVTKW PBOSrBATX 'Co., JACXSOKVKXK, J'L&: Dear .*i
,sad for Orange Farmers fat Florida that the:car .load .of. Soft.: Phosphate which I had from: -1'; "
yew Company ia April is entirely IatWact' -" .. -. Sir-Enclosed please find my order for two more cars of Soft Phosphate. I have used -
I tseeatfcc I&IDe em'sate>wired treesfc t my grove*at 'take Corno.. It has g wen my.trees a seventy-5ve tons of, this Phosphate and have noted with much i interest' Us effect oa my. '. ; ,
aMit wosvdctM growth,girem tht foliage a rids: ;dark green'color and for pine! !landgraves, at least, Orange-rees. The first car load I ,applied to something over ..five hundred trees and '"
it_what is of required Commercial,at nmsll.rosUI shall hi fat+tre use it'if jrou have it for sale,and shall dfe- the results have been simply marvelous. 'The.adjoining fire hundred tredrecelred, no (er&teagand \. <" '.
'ee ltillH" riillUsus. adding to it smalt amounts of Sulphate Potash. I can: most
ceerht41_ recommend it tq Orajfee Oiirers.; Truly yours, C. B. SMITH. the difference: between? the two fields is something wonderful. Oa one side every tree has started : -$. :4: .... .
X ,}JBLLBVIBW.KAIt01( Co.,FLA:,June 8.1891: with vigorous growth. The finest foliage that I have ever seen In a grove The trees which received ;...
T. D. G D terry Company' Jacksonville lTa.I>erSir-In anRsof no application! have just commenced to start up. Mr. McMasters. of the firm of McMaster & ., ::; ::.,
aweI to goat.....IY...... your erpeI! menu with the Belleview P hate'B Miler of San Mateo,visited my.grove aw. days Mace and expressed himself being very mueb '.,
.5 1- T Rbolphate'to say that the results have been vary gratifyf C.jn. astonished at the growth of the trees where the Soft Phosphate had bees applied. If you remember "
ale triId it P.fta as it comes from the Mines(without drying or being the first shipment of Phosphate was' made less than: sixty days since,and,until. the last few days,wehave ",. >' ''. ",. ,
RASe.JMt.-a! u4 th.Kelsey' Plums,. LeConte Pew,.Peach and Orange Jiad very little rain. S,1 'if! .
fbre ;writers I by side with hh grade Commercial Fertiliser I am fly convinced! that one tea of the BeMeview Soft Phosphate has ft greater value as a plant :?: 'I: r), .
+t.. ... ... 'and looks of the"trees,but.the dtferesee, in food than a tea of any >Fertfiiser that,has ever been brought. into the. fitate;and I would. 'wanaly ret :4 ::1:: '"
r.r'
k.fat, I"1IIt tb to in the futnre.kogether. ommeadUsusetotheOraBfcOfewersoftheSiate. .' ,
x. Yours D.GKJ55NV5A.F ."....,. t '
& P,.R.WAITIIU. truly, 4 :f .. .
-t"'.: .?: z. S -Sa ',;..r"'.-,'xa 12. < : .
'
:
I : :

'-J''..;.,'': !.:, ..J < .. .. '. t ; : ;
/ ;
: (
I"l
."e'" : :; : :

..
,.
'_. "':,'" : : ,
._ ."'. 'r'" ....:- .1. ., ,
... .
-
*
;; .
ti %*. ,....
*' .
:: ;
;:

.-:.. .



.
,.-.
t1'I
dE'
e ti -
+

.. .. '
{ '
.
\
:
,
-
'

:>< : ( '0':, :
; .. ,> >,,:; : :v:' ..* ;:
!. r t
- "'"- :. .' j < : : : : THE. .JTiOKCDA. .DISPATCH: J."FAQ. AKD. FBUTT-GROWEK.. '[Nova: JJ( 2JJ8I : :



'. 1" 'd "j- r :: THE:' LEAPING FURNITURE HOUSE OF' THE .STATE.jr; f:'

b_ } '
< ., ,_ .

I :- :, :-' .4A :t{; _. 'LARGEST STOCK SOUTH OF BALTIMORE. : ," .


... ,;."", :;: 'agI__ .. .&: 4'OI Latest Designs in., Parlor and Bedroom. Suites. in Antique Oak," W
....:: :.:.;, ; .
"' ::. -'. -I..; '. 1"-; '.,-. : ,Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut and 'Imitation. Hall,Stands;:

.. l Willow Reed and Rattan
Bed-Lounges
... y S ,
.
; : .
'.::, .j .. Goods, Desks of all Kinds and T Tr
4>. 4"0 '
:
; ANO Styles.l
-,.r. WE SELL:, 42 W __ ,,' .

..- : :.;.;; T YOU[ THE BEST, SAY S T. :

r *:' }, -.j. GOqbS'FOR THE LEAST: MONEY.JSHIOUSE : :. 'ACKSO ,

I ': ", ar : : ; ", R ISti .N.G 'GOODS OF: ALL KINDS. : "''LLE. f

I LA.
Mat{ Curtains Window Shades Hanging Lamps China and '
r ,;. Carpets. inSs, -'-

0- J ...._. \' "" 1-: Crockery! Sets_ Tin Toilet; Sets, Mirrors,'Curtain Poles and Brackets. "

--f 1 -:,-- '\Hotels.' ... oar in !} ouses. Shins, Steamers, Offices and- Private Residences Furnished. from- Top to Bottom.. <' Pr :

JHP-'WA''e>B WTlUB.,pl a0e mention this paper. -.- a1k
) )' .i. ..

....-.. : .. IT WILL.P. .Y ...:
"'" -
THOSE P,.
t'k'

: '" Orange Growers and Vegetable Grower iVlio .

;i P -
.. r s. .
v \ wish to obtain.the highest market.prices on their Oranges and Vegetablesjouso '

: : :: : the fertilizers manufactured by the ... f .

: P Groiu OLD ESTABLISHED AND, RELIABLE FIRM, _


I g table THE L DARLING FERTILIZER-CO: t ,


;t; of :Pawtucket R. I., : .
<"UnUona food results: In every respect .
4 i "*Vi t. the very best high-grade Fertilizer I ever Who manufacture! only the l highest grades of animal fertilizers. These fertilizers: .
: used." J B. Wyatt,,Supt. Fair Oaks. made,that and remain in, the
i Grove. Manatee,- Fla. are so !they keep up a Vigorous Healthy. Growth, ,
soil until the Tree or. Plant can,take it'up. '.
11" Southern office warehouse at Jacksonville, Florida.O. ..
< tEGEtA13tES' GROW in goto -
90 days, '
,, \ B. WEEKS State! Agent, I

Y .. S Ne 8 Bestwick Bleck.' ? :"

'. ,is .available and about: ready to nourish.. Catalogues describing: our fertilizers, with prices-ami testimonials, sent free ,

Bowk r's'' Vegetable? Grower is, a special fertilizer, upon application. tOur ,
fertilizers. have given the very best of.:,.results wherever they have beer.,
.. made- to' produce; vigorous, healthy growth,. and used. 10-29-6tn

tis' composed .of-{ ,chemicals especially .adapted ,'to "

,. A vegetables,, ',which feed this class .of, crops in _a NURSERIES OF THE

.. manner to .produce) healthy growth which 'withstands M i Iw u kee-FloridaOrange.Oo n :

:;{ disease: and :matures early. For sound_ : ;

i' delicious_ vegetables of good 'shipping quality; 'use Selected strain_ ')of Choicest Varieties! of Citrus Fruit.Trees a Specialty. :
1_ nudd n.J'Vood: for vale at altOur } times.Is -

the. BOWKER. ..... .- .Fertilizers.- ,. .;"\... block l large and complete.: PROMPT ATTENTION: CORRKSPONDKNGK.- : YOf:

P' c ,... Catalogue and Price I.1s address,_ V '-
Send illustrated Catalogue, Free. '.
.* ti- 3 A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, 1 [Dunedin :FI aS "
S ..._.,, !" ....; '
-- : FERTILIZER ) A. M. BOND, CEN'L ACENT,. '.. .
BOWKER J. ''''l, r
'':, J '
x COMPANY. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I .
... l -TO, ALL, BUYERS-
.,
alP .
"
S
,
.:::.' '

M -. IzLsr.s : FAHCY POULTRY.ATTKNTIOX .


THE MACHINE FLORIDA HAS BEEN LOOKING .FOR.: !

." .' .
'- ) ":\-. ON'T buy an orange grader 'until you / =_ ERtUP' ia. alt fowl sent
''''l''' h RCHOFTNE baveseenoneofmyIMPROVEDST .. ., H from ** 1
''0 sly y / express.
; '''40, 'MQNA KOLLBR, 8 or 9 grade,:combined assorters ,,.- :, will go atolMlf s. the former'
:- MGE'GfMlVE and aizers, with canvas spouting and otherimprovements '
,. t ...' and !! -=' J ;f"ates-a great Mviftg to ray customer -
-r,>(- : for the season of 1891 1892. .
This b
'ONES. by pckl .ar
,
: : ADJUS MILE WIT The rollers are made of SOLID RO..LEDX R
# ran omens, and ia con fi actl to
'
; ; .
: P .. 4NINC GRADE COMilNCO STEEL134inchesiudiameterareasstraight 4.
.
r fowls from Yard .
;
my *
.
: i' <(/.;.. :." It, 'k:. ._ ASSORTJNG&5IZING uanarrow'TRU2'ASSTIUtJ8ndWill. ,, 'W e'are' tbe Jrg* t'breeders ctthorougbbred A'
.. ': ... ., 11 ANGCALINONJMACMIME always remain so, thus insuring_ -the most accurate r poultry in Flotidlt.f .
P and rapid grading. _
'
'
Come and out"ode teNor
Me or
After testing steel rollers on oranges -
thoroughly
: : '
1 "r / ( oar"illuttrated aad
.tr ,:' $' aad lemons last spnnl'.ladOF.tcd them catalogue: -
,
price list of 14 varieties.
: on nearly 200 of my deciduous fruit graders ..
Poultry ntpptie*of all Ida** _
.
"' P ; made this season, a having personally
: : .rated them in California oa my different: sizeS Inaab ton and Brooders, &feH?}
S 4;' (' 1f',' : graders from the smallest to mvJarge'twelve Clover Cutter.
', ., : .:' :' tAN VA -, roller,,shine.I flatter myself that Florida : aad.lSf1lla ted Pi h aad
? ;s It CAHYAS oS ... ,orange growers aad packers will see upon an : ; A Bone to mike
,
/ -r- .--- examination of; the improved assorter and boneR Iay,
1 i riser that ,it has been remodeled witM*.the i
:
-
.' '::.- ...... care, ,reacts bueiaer'all the time,stands head.and shoulders above all others and is just E K56 TO HATCH.
'5k-55 ..........toe they have"ea looking for. !, E.'W. AMSDEN,
; ,.; Ail_.ipcwed 8 grade..1rith steel rollers may be leellat..Nelaon; Bro or R.W.Lawton,Oviedo; .
; & ......O... W. Means Kviastoaf 8,W Moody K Soft,Ocala T. Jt Betts Hawthorn I B. P.'Holland; OrtI.FIa.
v, .......;.I:...-.w.., Lawrence, Winter Park;R. CJ: .,Crawford,Mkaaopy,aad a 9 grade at Cart Holm. -: ,

?: .' '. te.bo e gentlemen..wsth! thejeaEcepUon: .Messrs.. Lawton, Lawrence:Crawford and'Holmer,
'
rH- := .QOMC a machine sod be con iaoed.. Where' persons do atwish to separate-blights from rosp -
\ / '. ** mjr tlnntilr riirr;; nr oval'!mysiagle; steel roller(baby: sfaerj,,w4H'size more, Best. Ltsit .
; '\:; \& \> D e than sap msfrhlne Florida.. 'An y girefi sice ia any of my sachiaes mty be 6s. tr.lwN.dt uM p .4
*, Iii. | | afitgring y e'ott er9, or may be abut off. oftfe y if desit M. Por tether, '-* a. < .cut.tt.Lillis fiaa arft1f. yl r. Mase
*. : .
5 rl l'-. J.. giaij -. er- ''\ ""- :. el Mratildeen E
rATl&SS3
S S :t; '''" :0'A.. JBNE Yerk, -Pa.;( aa1'I>+LB1tE}$! ;
4s1 '* -
;; -, r;?,, "-.. .f .- -+*.., .- ."
,. ..
;r- ,
'
i ,; "-""'5r:::;. ........ ,*L' "*-":"i:rr I j**'.-.M..":Mtp-' ..- .tf-.;.. -r '--. .......""."".... a-" ..... .. -- -'" rm .. -r s !I s 4 .".y6y'..a,1' z it .., ___

fe'* / ,.... '. rr
-% @' < : ; T" .r .:, ..
: 1' : .;.j: t jf: : : ..( :: iJi' \-i.: .' ,. ii." '." : .

-. :; 'v-.; ;.., ." .f',' ,.._: "": ........."'." -. 'Ii-i&... .., ..... ,:'j. I., ::7\: .. ..::". ... ... ". ...c .. .......". .,;I' : ,"., "- ,- .... '-' .-. $''"
:;.i_ if. .
...
.
It'I:.'.,,,J-i".1". <. 'T' .' ......".'..... ... ,'- . if' ...... -....' a 0
.
R Il ..
.' ? ', .. .... t
""
iF ',., ..