Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00207
 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 19, 1891
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00055765:00207
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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ACENTS. ; 'Ckon *ro O.O'UI1D-\rttflrial stone Pipe for Irrigation:The Fina't' Lemon In,the World; ,MAS,PRESENTS.Gentlemen's : .
arMiwf.f Pin'applm .' ,lot
FRUIT Po.t-KiiOtl Pea-he-ia lh*niitmmNlnKMth Florida;Th. Ler-AUme 8ytms' '. t 93:>* fine,elegantly embroidered velvtt
1J' FLORIDA : EXCHANGE..., .,Yln.a.ppteaNewVartellaofCi'usIrnU. :Grape IfrowJtJCf'U] )latwon.ts1i.1IOran Price*:. .V&l' hand-.ewed.Opera Slippers, any size,sent ot re*
,VAzME* JDTR'CKa-1, rgevt'Idot.Kwe4PotaGNM'SUIt1'.WNrlOatnridaKeept$ Sweri ctipt of$t.;o. Retailer*price$2.,50 to Sa- _
Potat es:Ottooseed Heal and Crushed Ske i: Valetlea of Tobacco In Florida; Cabbage. all
Our Ijidirs' D Button for
nirola Boota
57 CHATHAM ST., BOSTON; ''WI"t.H ; ." .- .. 1"4 S'rss art
LITK STOCK: r rnttnnne dHe'l ran.lne'Abortion:Banded Horses; ., i -<*:n the l>e ' Pr&e.tft1ogae of weekly ratea fxrabbefi 4 >d.T Y-Dno tfatehl'sCulMriirmii' EmcR COld; '. 91.1 paid by us. .Add r CM .
-..s. I'rbWesPl! a'sIV rr fhaIlA..ldPhftI&p'ate' : . 09IS POSTAL SHOE CO.,.
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Ei rruRi>ijoN(>ie: Motemt-m of nir-s; t .., Toiacciavlntr. ainra end Sugar Cane: for tk1-d;e.xpalm Station,Ha1 tersi '. 149 Cong ess SL:,Boston Matt
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: : Cal.Health: A Pi'nnjr: Ml'"(ah >; . ', .- '. 138dm GRAZING ; '
Ho!'AL UOHK-Beauillul. Wu"nen: Incttbeuium Sour Stomach;Cramps In the Leg":
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STAT, :'l'EWR-N.'h'lI: New Uarirrt f.r.flra"rr..teatr"nl f'eFuulak Experimental Farm: Our new Spiral Spring Muzzle allow iCocfc to
MtORIDA: FRUJT 'EXiGFrAXGE.H h !nr'llntt'rMch: -!+...netrlaManl"."A i'riMita'' ..ana.: '. 912 graze and ptevetit browrinjr. Pricr.SI.TJ act
at factory or Si.50 post mid. ,cash with order. .
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85eMI. I"a4rpH tk.A'. CRO'P.OFJ Co.,who have taken charge the busiucsB: ..k.
.-ftOUtIa c'r'trrrt,,Mt1f"N''IG 1.891 PEAS as to manufacture and _tee .

::4 : & PALMER' : G O.. S. HACKER & SON
Are especia'ly fine. We have 'ar'ge'rtock at following prices : ?- ?_ ;

166 READ? ST.,. 'NEW YORK.SWTHERN John L. {(the e trUest), $5 per bushel ;. Alaska (true' 's' ock)), $4.25 per bushel; -xANRrAcruRnag or--

: rKODUCE! A SPECIALTYftww First of All anJ Philadelphia Extra Early, $3 75 per: bushel ; Bliss'Everbearing1, .
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$ bushel. Prices'of other varieties : .
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*p wkh.one Iwnc in a to 4'ralnutr+lime. Being fully two weeks In_advance of Niaeanu
do the work of w men. With care It'm -
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State Agent fur.the Diamond White Crape Company.
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short time-one of the prtaeitMtl oMec-, Building Material.
aU other machine of thi cta. '
c saHofiKiioa to our patron Price s. We of ; Al'o full stock of NtA04k, DF.LAWAaa.tvu.CTKTHIAKA. NOETOX.;'CHASSELA*.BLACK HAM- CHAR LESION,8. O. c-
. e-mptete K. Q. B can. sigr'*rney,Iowa i strata and all cither leading' and new varieties of Grapevines.natire and foreign.' : .
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."BOMB'S EARLY" ORANGE Ten acre devoted to testing new varieties. Thirty acres In orchards:: One quarter of a million
,. ((350.000)) nursery tree of the finest tested varieties. Our new catalogue for t8gt- a U the moat comprehensive r
11 sot oaIy the eat'Itieef',but tile beet orpOWB : ,we have ever Issued,and wiil; be mailed free on application. Address -

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II."Ten arts hirdy. frets: lan'a.' novelties*-Sr.,*.
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5; 1 Yes; ifyouiie'tl1 r igHt'm! fri 1. emphatically;? >, **, solutions made with Potash', Causttc'Sohati, .

_6 y I 'VIui1e'Oil Soaps''and kin" r d,caustic .su_ es:a ieiiro.,: %ws6uik! >>ns;; l!y'. ha_,r tleni 'g 4he bark, io 'wefc&ara, i ito i "-V*-!

the trees than'would be done\bynfie ecfs hti9D: :'de;tioyed.. ?


k et.tn ely free. from:such substances. Trees sprayed with it are,I noticeable,for the bright. yellowish cdlor ,/of i'the'bark, which! --always vindicates i a vigoroe

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; swe death to tIe Red :Spider\ ,Rasl.Mite, Scale:fasff/ff and the:,various forms of Jun&. It is ihw,;believed to be a specific r.the '.'Foo -Roa" '

.., .:d'J.fII" 'a. remedy for the.-. Blight.% Has> been. used- by- -moire, than S...ob" orange growers... the- present- season- -with..' satisfaction. .-, .
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a :,}Stiifrr..g1. ii' ch i rr tiir"'ieat'varietY i ;atManufacturers'T'p ricer; #() 'allge'Dox' r Material, WrappingrPaper, Hoops, Ladders, Cappers, NailsRetcr'W. ',
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..I ::1Jte:f :''ii t2i r itf c4i!iiIktu discpyeredrfqrulestrovinp:{ ; 'the! injects infestinp the':oranpe :tree andisraisoyereignrrewiirfmiA

,Tei dons!' forms,of* pn trees'and'plantss t tB.e1ng--free frpmill.substances: 'of a caustic,corrosive'orrpolsonous'"nature: ;it ems'

,", ld'dldritlprtft(sftyio the person*.anl( %plied' ?the:trees-at=:anv stake growth;; without injury.

\ .V' This !icide-ijsI: 6een i used' by some"Of;i the:.I larefest orange' prowers .in the State during the]pastfwo j 'fears,;andicriect :has ii\'el '

satISfactIon. 'Refercmesfurnisned: '
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)RUST MITE,USE:.ONE'OUART4f4/FIFTY'GAILONS: OF, \AtER. \When'ued at this-strength ,the treeshould besprt y i

,.t.the Rustlitetwice; amonth:through!: the season. .Where'labor constitutes the'principal'of.expense in:spraying trees'it i.s''better

chew ei'toiusethe:! 'Insecticide'at;full.rstren 21b, VIZ.: Onee-allon; 'of solution to 50 'gallons! of water as the fumes from ,he:'I "

I !UieRustMite; eve&if,the,.solution should.not. .happen to touch them, }In using! ,the insecticide'atthis: strength'it-will: I;sire

I !!L r spraytllfS7tl "hthe' season,therebv.reduclng .the.cost from..one-thtrd to one;half. 'fhJs is an AdV8Rtage P08888BM,t'by

r : :: !!Sulphur.. IruSed.in, i this'manner it will alsolkill the.other insects tha ma: tie moving on the trees.SNDER .

". :".''f _];!). ad SCALEuse{ one gallon to fiftV11allo. s'of.,-wa er. General directions for,using sent on:application.kEe.YBR !: "

1 *m. GALLON, in barrels. Hfihe're-isvhbagcnt1in'fou"r'Vkinitr,' writefor price delivered. 'rAIAkATUsfurnished .

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NOTICE., ', both vegetable ais well! as animal life. the debris of these.calcareous_ mountains be to attain their full flavor. Of:the
!!II A machine,used in California to make is exceedingly rich. The lemon many varieties the writer has tried he-**
The Ire of 18
August destreyed
and lay continuous porous cement pipe! trees are planted,about thirty feet apartin has found "none to his taste superiorto
the ottly press ,in Jacksonville for sub-irrigation was introduced'here I this,earth on the level part of the a fully ripe Red Spanish or Key
ittel to print our paper We are a/ew' years ,ago, but this plan was artificial terrace. Next, trellises are Largo.
fclige4 to print four pages :at, a soon proven by several notable failures erected by upright chestnut poles, de Trim off a few of the outside leaves
time. Thfe makes slow worked to be ill-adapted; to our soil and nuded'of their bark, being set into the so as to afford a good handhold, peel),
conditions. Then Mri.: Chas.! 'Magruder ground to support-other chestnut poles remove all traces.of the "eyes"take :
relations We ask
delay.' :, ;our ,. of Brantley, President, of the which come down horizontally from a silver fork or a knife if the fork is
fries to, be patient natil<< :oar Cement Pipe Company, turned, his the',wall above. The chestnut poles not handy, break each piece away from '
.BeW quarters can be,fitted:Bp. attention to adapting the ;machine (from three to four inches in diameter) I. the core, and as you eat'you will most
making and laying impervious stone are grown on 'purpose for these trel likely think: "Doubtless the Almighty .
pipe, to stand considerable pressure! lises. When he tree .is large enoughand could have created a better fruit than .
Qrove and l'cltud.: After, a couple of years of experimentswith begins to bear, generally in the pineapple, but doubtless. the Almighty '
.. ,varying' success he has. finally second and third, ,year the various never-did." "
A.rWicl&l.ne.. ;Pipo for Irrigation. adapted.the machine to work i in our branches are attached to and spread The Egyptian Queen being sweeter, ,
Btor Farmer tad Fruit Grower: soil.and to make and ]lay continuous out on the trellis roof, so to speak, the eyes not so deeply set, and ;
Of late years, owing to,the drouths pipes:of any size,composed of artificial above. ,In the fourth and fifth years although scarce as yet, is a favorite. .;
a of 1889 and 1850, people all! over tihe stone which'will after setting two weeks the trees are' bearing most profitably.In The Queen comes nearer than any ;
State have been turning their atten; stand the full pressure of an artesian the months of January, apd ,February other variety in productiveness to the '
' ,tion quitegenerally to the subject >f.irription. well (about 20 ''pounds per square the lemon growers take evergreen Key Largo, and is a really fine fruit,
We, have ,always prided inch), and being made with Portland bushes of small .ilex or: evergreen oak, growing to good size and is a favoritein
ourselves in measuring biceps with 'cement will continue: to become I the arbute and other.shrubs, and throw market, selling for about'' double the
&; our'rival l, California that "if, ourfsoil: stronger and harder as time goes,on. them lightly on to the top of the above price of the Key Largo. t
was a,trifle 'light and 'did "requite a: It is said that ,such pipes when one mentioned trellises,. thus lightly cover: The Sugar Loaf, as its name indicates -
:little. fertilizer" our yearly .outlay'for year old will ,stand a pressure of ing the frpit.} The result is twofold, is very sweet' when fully ripe,
manures was.far'.below'. her .inevitable, 60 pounds.per square inch; how true viz.': I-the lemons are kept from almost insipidly so, and is the only
irrigation tax.' this is I cannot say. Suffice it, that ripening too fast, in fact, are kept variety that 'we know of that. is best
But ,though we need, 'not; mortify artificial stone' pipes are now made back until warm weather so'that} they before fully ripe. The fruit is shaped ;'
ourselves by admitting irrigation or 'and.laid, in unbroken piece with are shipped by steamers in ,May, June II more like a champagne, bottle than_ '
:fertilization as absolutely indispensable elbows 'and joints, hydrants and and July (just when we want lemons I other varieties. \The fruit is later than
us, 'we'have.,believed that with metallic hose connections, and stopcocks the,most), to. England and America; I either varieties, small and does not ship
artesian wells, or, surface-water ponds of any size and description atone the fruit '(by this covering of busheson .I well. Being undesirable, it is most ,
and pumping' engines an economical half the first .cost of iron: pipe, the trellises) all colors exactly the prolific in slips and suckers.
k irrigating' plant', serves as, a certain which-:can:never corrode and is so far same, and they have that most beau. The Porto Rico or Trinidad, as it
ie.urancepalicy to.the'ownef of a,v.aluabk I as we: know indestructible, becoming tiful color which artists call, "lemon is sometimes called, is a large growing
bearing grove which he. may I's.tronger'and 'harder by age while the yellow." plant bearing immense fruit. We saw
.never have. need of for years but I metal grows weaker. The growers of Majori lemons at one time three apples of this variety i
which he can hardly afford,,to think I JOHN B. BEACH. would,no more think of picking their weighing respectively ioj/, IOU andii t
,of being without. : While water can I Melbourne, Fla. lemoas prematurely and coloring them pounds, raised without an ounce of
be roost economically'distributed: in I' r- <" artificially than the Florida grower fertilizer, on hickory scrub land, op-
'.dkcfces ,so far, as it will flow, distribtrftef I The Finest c Lemon in the World. would think of curing his choicest or-' posite Melbourne, on the plantation .
i itself evenly and automaticallywith Doubtless the readers of our'market anges that way. They color naturally of C. J. Hector.
a minimum: of ;evaporation,' reports 'have often noticed the phenomenal on the trees and are shipped at once as The quality of the fruit is good, its
watertight: conduits,are indispensable prices paid for Majori (pronounced soon as they can be wrapped and size attracts notice and sells the fruit.

for conveying it any considerable 'II. Mah-yb-ree) lemons; running 'boxed _. _. The slips of both' this and the Queen
diatftace rem the source. :One favor .up' to $7 50 per, boX; while the very J are in great demand'at high prices.
ire method.here: with flowing'wells i is finest from Florida fetch only $6 at Varieties of ? eapples. One gentleman not far from this place
to lay pipes,the'same,size as,the wells their best. Majori lemons govern the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: realized$8oo net this'year from less
wrtli hydrants 100 feet or so apart'on I price of lemons the world over, just The varieties of pineapples are numerous than an acre of Porto Rico, for the
all tfee'elevation, knolls and:'ridges: American cotton governs the price and may be increased by seeds fruit and plants. .
A strewn flowing along,the summit ofa I,of cotton, and Strasburg goose-liver which are occasionally. found in :the The Smooth Cayenne will'doubtlessprove ''
low'sand ridge will sub-irrigate i inmost pie:governs that article. These. ,lemonsare outer'part of the fruit in the depres- an acquisition account of its
soils ,from 'twenty,to.thirty'feet grown on the: coast of Italyaboutfifty sions or'eyes. If care were taken and freedom from thorns,. besides its qual-
, OB either side.and with day subsoil: miles south of Naples, and the cross-fertilization of the blossoms accomplished ity, etc.; but this and.the Blood, :BlackAntigua ..:.
,\ very much farther. mode of their cultivation is 'very,pe-: ,'some more valuable varieties White Antigua, Abbakka,
$ The life of ironpipes; :I have'found" culiar.The. 'might be produced. The possibilities i. Ripley, Enville City and: numerous
*o be,very short even when 'protectedagait { method of cultivation at Amalfi, are great in this direction, ,and others are too few to iotice'though
rust,from without by heavy, 'Majori and Minori is different from a fruit may yet be produced combining extremely: profitable to'those.who havea
'coating,of t coal tar 'a >plied..h t 'while that,in Sicily, Sorrento and elsewhere: the hardiness and fruitfulness of few plants to sell at 50. cents to $5
.the,pipes'lay i in.the.'ditches ,heated by There are no, plains except one little the Key.Largo, the size.of the Trinidadand each.
E the cilia ,,and all 'ready,to.covef., A level piece of ground between the,first the flavor of the Egyptian Queen, Most of the new varieties have
pknt thus put in by me in,1886 has. hill, of Majori and:the seashore (and or may.perhaps.excel the best qualitiesof proved to be, shy bearers', in which
:..a. become: so leaky and ..unreliablethat there, too, the trees are trained to each. respect they may improve: after acclimation
I ctimot obtain half the' pressure trellises' as pn, the mountain: side). The principal crop is still the KeyLargo ,, as'some are.said to have,doe
I sat. eathied 'to ,at 'the 'hydrants. ,Therefore, on &account of the want of or Red Spanish and,will be for before.
,Gail iron much more expensive level ground .ajl the lessee: mountainsides many years to come. This. variety i is The Black Antigua is parttcukrly
arid.is.stid to' be;eroded by some are notched,opt into, terraces,' a hardy and productive; and comes into noted as,a shy bearer as yet, thigh,
i waiters;in which case; acids J'omth: supporting;wall is.Hui t from the-rock bearing long before,some.other. 'varieties the,quality,of the fruit is exceUe t. J
:cIaiIF 10 tbe 'pipe.the 'zlae salts_,blasted,.out, ,and the level space filled ; the quality is good when ripened Money is certainly to be made inJ'

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'' ,' less drawbacks, in f far: less time' Station 'to select an experimental; The Satsuma in 'North Florida.In before there is' danger of its freezingon
'-'and with a modi' :greater: percentage orchard I/had in,mind this object; ',as apoint the winter of 882 I planted the trees. -
./ on the capital:invested ,than .in 'grow- of rWestig tioIl. .I made. no some,seeds of the ordinary sweet orange It may be that; the Satsuma is better
I i iaf either oranges or 1 lerooos. The mistake selecting land. where the and when the",young trees"from: suited to this northern section of the
:'" .orange'.grower has'a,.constant;;struggle root-knot: ',worm abounded.. Trees their. seeds were'large enough I buddedup State, than to South FloridaTand thatit
;" afaiast disease ';and insect pests to with no trace of them Were"planted'in'.March quite a: number of them with several = makes,a more vigorous growth here
,. maintain!; with him' eternal.'vijftUjice !is ; .rather*" fete. to plant. oat an !, of the finest .varieties, and than there,although this does not seem
,: : the requisite to rsdccess4andwlen ties: orchard: ,. 'but by ;selecting dormantSuds amongst) others some Satsumas.Out reasonable; but, at all events' 'fifteen -
.: gro ebegins Ito 'bear and, ,the; 'fther-:- :mostly that 'had not started and of several trees of each of these by fifteen,feet is none too much room
f. -J 1 !miner St begins' to,fall with'whwtanx' ether. trees,... which were bought and varieties,I' which were transplanted to to give them,here, and at, th distance
' J" iety does he watch'' itereeping' down placed. ',in: cold wet. land to check my own orchard at the same time, the trees will ,with good attention
"1 toward the dreaded 38! The writer growth, and by; careful\ planting; and none but ,the Satsumas are now livingall touch each- other on,all sides' in six to "
aAg been:,.there.and knows jtoyr.if is' watering :when planted,,'on what.is the. others' have been killed by eight yeas after ''being planted.
_" ;: MtMelf.) said.to J be.an Indian field, I.got a good the frost. These Satsumas, however' I The freezes of last March were the
h Ji' The pi pplegro.werJ; .on the.con stand. The trees were fertilized, but have grown through. all the .freezes most destructive of anything I have
'!: .trary,. has scarely a. drawback, to'. his l lightly after;they began to grow. These that have, prevailed since they were ever:seen in this section; peach trees
/I ''I ,crop. Excessive drouth. :may .retard: grew thrifty, 'and upon examination. planted without suffering any material in many instances lost more than half
j ':''J.tfee growtKor ;reduce: the: 'size" ,of his a; few, 'months 'were ,nearly! ', a1! ,:full of: damage; they have been bearing for their topsJapan persimmons in some
;;5 .. fruit That he 'will remedy. 'with, ;an I not knot. ;:They are still. A }year: after several years'past, and are not entirely cases were frozen, the ground; leaves,
I :{ artesian well at a:,,moderate 'expense.' planting; in, 1896, they were in,full without fruit this! year,. although, the of the oak trees turned' 'brown and
/ : ,:". '.sO.called mealybugs sometimes appear fruit and leaf, but'many were killed by ,severe freezes of March 3d and i6th seared as if touched by fire, 'and in
'. : l' around.the, roots,of t half-starved plants the cold\ snap Marcrr. i 890., In their froze peach' trees half way to 'the some cases the trees ,were killed' out-
,- ,as do lice 'on' half-starved!",cattleandr places,"others were planted and, theymostly ground within thirty feet of them. I right;, pear trees :were nipped back
"the..saaJe remedy, that is.\good,. feed,: have the, root-knot. ; but, are Allot these'Satsumas boreheavily considerably; and.Satsuma. oranges in
;;' readily eradicates them 'Frost ,is,the .flourishing.: Those that, ..stood the lastyear; and one of.them, which now nursery suffered more or: less in common -
::,:* !"onlyrealdrawback.to. to ,the. crop. A shock'of the March, cold' thrived,and has 'a br adth"of top of fourteen! feet. with other,. trees, and ,had their '
.;.: ;;-' light 'frost they ,wll.sf. rid. without i bore. Heavily this year. I have lost We must bear in mind"*that where young growth 'pinched off, but Sat
: ;much damage freeze kills, ;,them,to, several, trees from disease, but ,)upon the'huds are' inserted at a height of sumas three years old. or more, in or. :.
:'," the ground, though :they will often' careful investigation riot neV attributable from one to two'feet from the groundas chard, showed actually less damage
; 5'". ,tlirsw'np. suckers, ''from the root In to the joot-knot Indeed, of ( is often practiced) and' the bare than peaches, pears,Japan persimmonsor
_._ '. i$$6' at this place there'was' a ,fine those trees thus far examined'which' trunk of the.tree is left exposed to full oak-trees: and, as before stated, are
':< :,v.JMd-of ten acres of,pines; the<' freeze died but one had it, and, it 'was tnot force 'of sun and cold, that the buddedtree now holding fruit: Of the, four hun.
.> tief that winter .killed them! to' ,theAground. conclusive that,it was the 'cause of can in such cases be ,no hardier, dred.trees that'were planted in orchardin
\, *." \', :Having no previous' expe.rieoce.irtTreezes death.. In my private nurseryI; have than the stock upon which it is; inserted February (previous to the freeze)
,c -. .*',\r the, plants! were 'sup- noticed for years that side by side"two' not five per' cent. were hurt at all. All
,/..V;.<'posed'to,'be dead and were plowed up.' trees were growing':and ,so' near that ,Many people, who have, Satsumas those whose Satsuma oranges have ,
-tr.* \Vhen: \ the ,writer two: years ago. se- in digging one tree both 'were obligedto that have been budded in this improper comes through the 'past freezes in as
.: cured lots that formed. part of the be taken up,. their roots being' manner: complain that they are good condition as mine have cannot
.f ., .' field, two plants"were:,found, ,that, hadsurvived' intertwined, one had- the rootknot: and not particularly: hardy;,but if the buds but have a good opinion' of this' va-
the repeated plowings and the other had not. The fact: to be ob- have been inserted close to theground; riety..
a :."\>"this;,year they have yielded a.::fine ap* served. re. was that the .larger;and so that only',the Satsuma stock is exposed I do not believe that this variety
pk each, besides. .a: good number.. of thriftier tree. 'was from one-third to and then after being planted, will extend the orange growing section
s. .'. slipssuck r twice the size of the 'othe and Jt had if this stock is allowed to cover itself into the central States, but, I am sure

,. The business.is ,still .in i its', infancy the root-knot. These root-knols were' with,its'own growth (as it will do in that in Northern Florida, as'well as in
#: and is one that i is' likely ,to, be 'invariably planted in,:my orchard"""witha. short order If the lower branches are Southern Georgia: and throughout the
mgt few that not affected wheneverI cut off :will Gulf Coast of Alabama Mississippi
overcrowded.. True/ ,vwe have' the. were not as they appear) they Region -
: ;'. "isles of the,sea," the, Bahamas. ,and desired to enlarge'it, and those who soon be in shape to stand very severe Louisiana and Texas, it will
i Antilles, but their crop:and the greater know my place acknowledge,thejhrjft-; cold; and as above stated,. the Satsu prove to be a very valuable variety,
1 .partof the Keys. n is ,gone before mess and bearing quality my trees. mas on my place (budded, and allowedto and especially useful for its early ripening ; y
:, ours comes in; so. we .are, almost., lit.orally In planting our trees,in light, thirstysoil grow as above described) have so. and hardiness.-G. L. TAPER, in
;} without a competitor, besides when placed deep and watered,* far stood it nobly, while in the case of American Garden.
: ...the flavor of our new pinesisas supe-- t they invariably grew ,off and did'well the numerous other varieties budded in .
:-friOr; as their size, Pineapple' lands in whether they had the rootknot or the same manner and at the same time, i The Let-Alone System.
i : ,.tile, most desirable localities .are:; .rap were free' tfrom it -'When planted not a single one lives to 'tell the tale. Mr. Dudley W. Adams, Presidentof
..' ,. idly advancing in value. Lands that shallow or as they grow in the nursery Another point in relation to the Sat the Florida :horticultural l Society,
t 53 =\3: two years:ago could h been: bought and not watered, the first dry spellwould sumas-is that they do much,better when elicited, sharp questionings, in reply to
.' for $25 command $100 jpr upward to cause the leaves to .yellow, irre budded on sweet stock than they do his non advoCacy of vigorous pruning
r: > day. The, coming winter :will 'probably spective root-knot, the bark to when worked oh our ,sour stock. A before the American 'Pomological So
see the,best pieces taken, judging harden: and either death would ensueor very forcible demonstration of this can ciety. Mr. Adams said that our pres-
.<<. 'from the inquiries received. The'pine.. an existence which was'palpably be 'seen,on the grounds of Major O. P. ent system 'of pruning proves that we
apple industry is one that ,offers good failure. For when once a young peachtree Rooks, at, Fruitland Park, Fla., where relieve in the total l depravity or.fruit.
inducements' as an investment: to the gets a set back as far as to hardenits orchard trees of this variety, buddedon trees, and that the only way 'to'save
capitalist l with horticultural: .tastes;,, tow bark, jn my judgment it is, betterto both sweet and sour; stocks, are them is by means of 'wholesale but
the man with means who desires 'to digit up'and replace it.with another.At growing side by side; those on sweet chery. Men forget; that the first and
} give it his individual -attention and any rate It'' should be cut back to stocks are far ahead in the essential direct result of cutting any tree was
from_ to two feet from the ground points i of size vigor and productive do it and
'. also .to him who. possessing little. : one to a permanent irreparable
wealth, has learned to, labor and to fertilized and watered, unless 'the season ness.The InJury. Pruning for growth is myth,
,wak. The.returns are,very good and .be. good and kept free from grass Satsuma is an early ripening and to remove a branch is to do a tree
:"' the chaaces lailqreJess.than.in' any and:weeds. Of course I have a. theory variety, and .is... in' good eating condition more harm than to cut off a root.
,;;, :. fruit.culture we' know-of. in regard to this ,matter, and when long before the majority of the Pruning may induce fruitfulness, be
L.' /ELY._ demonstrated as to its correctness or. Florida' grown, varieties become_ palat cause it imperils the'vitality of the tree.
Melbourne Fla.BootKnot. falsity, I will give it to the public: able, and while, itmay not score as lays a tree open to all sorts of ,dis-
'. Good fertilizing and food. culturewith.judicious many points (according' to any prescribed eases, and is a defiance to all the laws
in Feabhos. pruning, m an ,experience scale) as some other varieties of nature. Insect ravages and fungus
'of over'twenty years,. has. always that ripen later, yet. I think' it will diseases are incited and increased by
This ,has been considered almost sufficed to meet the demands :.of the compare favorably with'any that ripenat the pruning-knife above and the plow k
/ : -universally' a disease of a very.daraag.: peach,' whether l ithad the root-knot, or the same time; :,which, is the only share below.The .
v* iug.,character to the peach While at was free from.it,-Fla.-:Ex. Sta. Bulle- just[ comparison// In this northern above.statements were not ac-.
l, ... .>.* this stage, of i investigation I am not tin.. section of the State I am, confident cepted bysOme of the members present
:\J'" pepared to state: dogmatically; if is or .. -\.i.-': is more valuable than any'other varietythat ,. and quite :a 'nuz.nber of pointed'
\[: 'it k not an enemy, still'Ihavedoubts': Cablegram, from'. Llva. eo' we'can grow, 'font frost be borne questions were 'asked. One wag as
.S :' .M to' its being so damaging,as, .it'is Ltv. '. ."k ', i in mind.that in addition to the requisite follows: "If you had a barren orchard
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:"'t: opDien'I have expressed both privately "':. nqridaa; .* :; -f "" be profitably grown _here must bean ;by pruning would you use the
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:that he" yrould if he was: sure' ,that silver, Tork., Drain off"-all the juice .Those that, are very .Vi mild flavored to-day, in a different' vineyard, we... /. ', R
pruning:would( cause fruitfulness( J ; but from,the pulp and also, the'juice and should not be grown in Florida, 'because took out a-root,on soil in which if was",.. .. ..
he_ would',want;good proof of this be> sugar in, "the dish in which the pine. they 'become insipidly sweet; less than twelve inches, to water, and'
fore.he',began.' He did not,wish;to,be apples were put to soak in sugar; put and those,of very tart flav >become I I going on twelve inches further, through _
,understood' assaying that there mightnot all".this'juice,into a: perservjng' kettle. really sour in. California. ''If such a clammy, water-packed, poisonous \ : ..
be 'advantages. resulting l i from Legit cone ,to the boiling point ,and kinds are planted reversely to' the sand, we came to hardpan' and, as :;
pruning i ,that would, under::some,cir\ boil forxfive: minutes, ,then skim it andstain'it above, they will in both cases be,much I was to be expected, a dieback vine. 7
cumstances overbalance ,the ,disad. strainer '*' Farther another' is
through a gravy :over improved on, : vineyard planted '
vantages. He simply 'wished .to.sup the. pineapple pulp. "Let the pulp In the'past two years, and last year on a spot between, ,two ponds.
r port' the,' general' proposition that boil'up in the syrup once, then can it : especially, I received several hundred Deep ditches had been cut and the J
M cutting a,tree hurts it. ,He.had: never immediately, as longer boiling darkens I specimens of these discarded kinds land thoroughly'drained five feet deep. <
'seen, 'pruting-'knife that made.as neata fcke preserves. If you wish,, the syrupcan for identification. It is to be regretted' We"went down some four feet throughthis .
cut as mute does, nor a cut ';That be clarified. that many of those planting extensively same peculiar packed sand before ",
heals' as; 'well. ; 'To make a' marmalade continue hardly ever question the merits we reached the. hardpan, but the :.
Even in this modified form the views cooking ,the pineapple pulp for halfan ,oC the variety, as long .,as the trees vine was about dead with dieback, ;
of Mr. Adams; were. challenged; by hour,, then strain it through a offered them are large and cheap., It showing the same poisonous acid ,as ;
quite a number of members,who maintained colander. Return it to the fire and is the extensive planter who mostly in the case examined previous. The
that a; judicious ,pruning was boil the mass, stiring if continually till falls into this error. The small planter man in charge of,the place remarked to "
not unnatural[and invariably"resulted it curls before the finger which is seldom ever buys a tree without ex me he would give 'me $50 to tell him R.
in positive benefit! .. pushed through a little taken put'to, amining critically, and the honestyof of any crophe could grow on that land. '
4.'. cool. Another way is' "to peel the the nurseryman growing i it ,ques I am somewhat, largely cultivating
:Pineapples.. .. pineapples for marmalade and grate tioned. Were this rule, followed by the vine and hope, with my partner,* ", .'
The, New: York Tribune furnishes i Ihem'sa\ri,, g.all the.juice. The pineapple all who plant orchards, less inferior to increase my planting many times .
the following instructions ,about pre- "pulp.nd juice, should be fruit would find its way into the the coming season,,and I must inform
,serving pineapples:. The ;pile of 'weighed and a ,pound of sugar,added market, which tends to injure the sale; myself in this thing.. '
luscious looking pineapples displayed to every pound of pineapple. When of. the choice article. If it is best that we should hunt out
'on the, fruit, stalls at: present may the marmalade. has boiled half an It is 'the duty of this,department to the lowlands on which we can't grow ':
tempt many young housekeepers] ,to : hour, test it, by pushing the finger examine into the relative merits of other crops for our vines I wish to
try their skill with the most, delicious through a,little which has been; taken such varieties and new fruits as come learn it; or if, as in other sections, the
of all .coBaerves, preserve of pine: put.tocool. If it is not done, cookit under its notice, and to report such vine requires 'a deep loose soil that
apples.l These' pineapples, however; longer. facts of general interest to the public.No must be free from stagnant water to "' ..
are the red, or' strawberry pine,. and : The most delicious way of serving I sooner is such a report made thanwe produce a healthy vine and' fruit that ..
are'inferor' to' the: white' varieties:that a.pineapple on the table is to peel it,' :are flooded with inquiries asking, will carry to market, it is very essential -
come later.The huge Porto 'Rico cover it thickly with sugar,. and set ,it in the main, as, to where and from l that I know it, for myself. I have.
pineapples; .which' are now shown on away in a cool place ,in as pretty,aglass.fruitdish whom they can ,be purchased, etc., started out to make an investigation
the stalls, are coarse in, texture: -:andacid.in. : as you possess, ,for at information which 'we must decline to of vines that have been. planted indifferent
.flavor, ,like 'all.red. pineapples," least .two'hours. When you are ready supply, and suggest that in future such soils, on the low lands and
and, ,are .in. every \away inferior; but to serve it tear the fruit from the core' communications,be addressed to nurs the higher lands. In our search we .. "
fairly. 'suggesting ,the delicious flavor with a silver fork. Housekeepersneed erymen. go down as far as the roots are found, _,
of a sweet "pine." No one who has to be reminded ,that preserved carefully noting conditions, and in that (F
had any .experience in marketing, pineapple is ,especially 'deliciousserved -Professor. ILrB. Van Deman.Chief Pomotoglst' way I shall hope to learn somethingof
Report Department of Agriculture, 1887, 6j3.
deceived ,by the flaring posters in. with whipped.cream. A pineapple ; ? p. our most suitable lands for the vine. ",
:, which the ,arrival of "sweet pine.: ,Bavarian cream is one of the Grape-Growing on Flat woo da Soil. I have able assistants, and the work ;
apples from 'Florida for ,preserving" ,is best desserts we have and there is no Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: is very interesting to us indeed; and .. '
announced, 'or, by the label.over some better .water ice or sherbet, as our Somehow or 'other it has gone ,out when we are done, I hope to give an ... .
stall ,of "sweet Havana." The New, 'England cousins prefer to call it, that our flatwoods soil is best suitedto intelligent account of our work for "
'sugar-loaf, whkh is"one of,the sweetest than.one of pineapple. There is, how- vines. As you are aware, hundredsof the readers of your valuable paper.
=.S and best pineapples for perserving has' ,ever, very little ,satisfaction ,to be. acres are being planted 'in the State, As yet I will. only say, though we are I
not yet,, come.. The season, :for ,this obtained from coarse-grained flavorless and, as usual, the inexperienced are down here in Florida, we have found
pineapple. is about?the Fourth of July, fi.uitof: !any kind, ,and no fruit depends going to extremes. Vines are often that to :cut a man's leg off and not tie"':
when these deli io "pines" may : more on ,i its culture and stock planted on lands so low that ditches the arteries, he will just as surely bleed "'
often be purchased. ,for '$i a dozen., 'for its.quality than; a pineapple. have to be dug to carry away the sur- to death here as in Ohio. 11
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e D"nnu. pineapples.come -------- plus water before the vines can be put JAMES MOTT. '
from Havana) gardens. ''lnJune'-the" ,New Varieties, of. Citrus Fruits. into the ground .
choice Rifrfey and. the 'Queen,Annie of,[By Horticulture B. M.Lelong1 and Secretary ex officio chief of the Horticultural State Board Some of 'the lands already planted Orange Prices.
be found at the ,stalls l officer.] with vines have never supported any Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower. ff.
of who deal in choice :For. sortie time past there has been of the higher order: of plants by reason What! is the prospect for obtaining
varieties, These pineapples: come; to' considerable inquiry\ as to' new varie- of a, poisonous acid in the soil. good prices for oranges this winter
our markets:fram Jamaica.. They are. ties of citrus fruits, and especially in Often the hardpan containing it crops There are numerous_ purchasers here '"
both favorite ,varieties, in :England regard tothose: lately introduced. In out on the surface; at other times thereis at this early day who offer, from $i to
where they, are extensively grown i in :1888.:we published a very completelist no perceptible hardpan, but a pecu: $1.25 per crate for oranges. Is this ,
hot houses., They are, exceedingly of the varieties then in cultivation, liar, compact, clammy, cold sand, has enough or can the people realize more '
rich in flavor,,and. sweet These fancy and the,merits of each. In that list the same poison.A. by shipping through the Exchange
pines,are,vary small and, never very appeared many 'varieties which did J. Downing is our' best authoron Please 'write full particulars at your '
cheap, selling on .an.. average of 30 not:come ,up to the expectations of all pomological subjects. I will earliest .'
cents .apiece. English houseWIvesconsider those who_ imported. them. Recently quote a short paragraph of what he convenience.W... E. BLEDSOE. "
,- them ,superior to any:other: many thousands, of trees have been 'says"of: soil for the vineyard: Tampa.
variety for !the table because' 'of their introduced' and planted ,throughput "The universal experience in all The best information we can give
rich flavor:. i the State, ,: and among these later importations countries Jias established, the fact thata you is to refer you to our market reports .
The moat.delicious,way of perserv many of those same varie. dry and warm soil, is the very best 'as they are published from week ... :,_
ing a' pineapple 'is K its 'own juice ties. ,that proved of no merit have been : for the. vine. The vineyard culture to week. The Fruit Exchange and
'without. usiag one drop of water, 'to reintroduced ,as "worthy of trial." of the native grape is very simple; the Home Market are both good .
'make:.the" yrup. Peel 'carefully the ""It.should always be bornejn mind strong, loamy soils are preferable, and,! media for the sale of oranges; eitherof '
requisite number'of,pineapples,',weigh in considering the qualities of the a warm, open, sunny. exposure being them would do the best they could
t tliem.after! .they are peeled, and"allowthreequarters oranges, .of the, different sections of indispensable." for you and make: honest' returns.:
: of ,a pound of; 'sugar the country, that climate has marked There is no cultivated plant that The growers.,have'shown a very unwise '
to every poinidof pineapple. ,Put lie: effect upon) this as well as. all other adapts itself so readily to different t : precipitation this fall; they have
pineapples'in :a: hugh yellow ..eaii&ea fruits. The skin of nearly all 'varieties ; conditions as the grape; no plant sendsits piled mountains of green oranges on ;
bowl 'or" i i.. A 'stone crock, a.d:scatter is thicker and more free from de"fccts : ,roots so deep i into the earth on its top'of. ,mountains of apples and other ...
the. aught over'-them. till'it.is,'all 'in California than in Florida:and hunt for water., A noted ,viticulturistonce deciduous fruit in the North, not .'-
'used ,Coyer them and let, .titei* Louisiana,,, and the 'flavor much ,more told me that at Fresno, Cal. (he waiting i for the latter to.rot or be con- .- .; {:"
stand in the':frfgar, tWeDty-rour 'houn; tart. The misunderstanding of this planted the first vineyard in that val sumed out of the, way. Right in 'the .. ;"
a clearWin, nearly cover them, fcct; often J leads to much confusion: re-: ley), in putting down a well they found middle of a glut is generally a good :
then. Now,take'each 'pi&wpple\ and gang the' identity-,of varieties ,and the root of.a vine sixty-two feet timer time to ship;then the_fruit reaches the '. : ,
tear '{iwpiljM# ;tHf t .oar,et tin'a: :: .'daptability to certain localities, ground, Yesterday, and l thg sae market about the time it is bre,--:El: >. ": :.' ?
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: )1 ,1 t] give'them proper,care cannake.theD: tonseed meal or the crushed seed,as a to one hundred and fifty per cent w

I Jt' REI. ] XEl\" 0 ,very profitable, Seedy be sown in fertilizer. If you can give me, the above the cost of 'growing it, and that ;

I I. Yield Potatoes.- September,or ,October. -Ex. Sta. Je-) prices 'of these articles respectively, it (according to the area grown) beats
: of Sweet
Large' .' Funiak. will afford me a basis for calculationsin merchandizing, banking, going to the
&boy Farmer and Fruit-G
: rower; '
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this matter.. C.,,H. C. United States Senate, either as contest-
i Last spring I planted .about.three- Keeping Sweet .Potatoes.d4tor ..* Bradford Co. ant or contestee, or almost anything r.
,fourths of an acre of -common flat- Farmer and' Fruit-Grower:,
[ANSWER BY j. L. ] else being a millionaireFlor.idTan.
? woods pine land l in .sweet'potatoes? The enclosed clipping, from the except -
Don't know but believe about ., ,
:- ". part in Providence, part,in'Red Yam : Practical Farmer, written by a Mississippi (I) 1-

The latter variety yielded very.heavily i farmer, is the best article'have forty-one gallons. Cabbage all Winter..

>;' and an a small plot, 30x81 feet, ,there1! ever seen on that subject My methodis ((2) Forty! gallons.and half This was a small plot 28x36 feet,
( pounds
(3) a to
. was such a remarkablettirn-out that I the same as his except, that I don't width between the rows three feet,

; had 'the'curi95ity to keep,a record of take as'much pains as,he suggests; butI gallon We sell crushed cotton length twenty-eight feet. The 'seeds
do not
I:: it. We measured up twenty-eight believe it would be better todo so. (4) were sowed September 16th, in ,boxesit t
1 w bushels. This would be at the'rate of I p'ut about thirty bushels to the.bank; seed and do not know price, but as it ( is not necessary to sow in boxes)
contains all the oil dirt etc. it
R. 'about 500 bushels. per acre. I; did if it is dry weather 'I coyer with straw protect them from sun., The plot
is valuable for fertilizer
not cotton-
is :not'apply any fertilizer ,to, them; but and let stand till they take their sweat, was at' the same time prepared for

( the,ground had .been ,in",strawberries and dry off; then ,1 bank. ,I have seed meal by $3.50 to $5 per ton. plants. Every two feet on a row a

!'" two years, and I gave the, strawber never tried. ,his plan of putting themin JOHN L. INGLIS, hole,was dug with the hoe, making 140

;;J'r about x 600,Ibs.,of fertilizer per acre boxes'; or barrels in this climate.As Manager Florida. Manufacturing Co., holes, into which,two pounds of com-
Madison, Pia.Varieties
I eachyear, so'that the land was ,still, soon.as I can find time I will tell t < post No. i was put' and well mixed

pretty well ,filled; with it. .But the you how. I'manage "standoversj* of Tobacco In Florida.It with the soilr leaving a 'well defined t

f sweet'potat s paid for it i in full, even L. W. KICKLITER.' was the writer's privilege, a few hill as a mark for the plant. The
if the strawberries had nothing Bradford Co.
: yielded seed bed laid off in shallow
) days to examine a sample of'Cuba was rows
ago, "
tt for: at the low price of'thirty-five four inches and the seed sowed
tobacco in Leon from apart ,
The essentials of success in keeping ; grown county,
. cents a. bushel they are"worth, $.1,75",, covered lightly the dirt pressed with
L 8w potatoes are, first, to' have them! which he rolled a "smoker, and he ,
'"! and the two tons of fertilizer would fully matured when dug; second,.to dig was surprised: to find it (in his judg hand ta seed. The plants were kept

..have cost only about $80. ,_ before frost; 'third, to keep them clear of ment) fully ,equal in flavor and burning watered by a sprinkler and trans.
a': On a :part of this same,strawberry frost,rain, rogues and moisture arising 'to he has planted when ready. By the time a
from below fourth to qualities any seen, or
t .patch.I had thirteen rows of rice ; cover lightly
440 used in like manner in Gads- the plants were ready to transplant
until they have gone through their sweat, grown
feet from which I threshed out
and are thoroughly dry, putting on more den county. It was of a beautiful, the manure in ,the hill\ had 'passed
s- enough rice to make ;about twenty cover as the weather grows colder, until light brown color, such as is designated through heat so as not,to injure; them.
t; bushels or at the rate of 60 bushels by'the time severe cold,weather sets in, "Colorado Maduro the stems The 2d of December the first cabbagewas
.:per acre. I hauled it to the Starke mill there should be sufficient dry earth above cut for the table. From' that
and veins of the feaves
were equallyas
and around them, to effectually excludeall
r and had .it pounded for a toll of on'eeul1h" -
'i frost. In handling 'them, use boxes, small, and the texture asfine, as the time until June this patch' furnishedall
and I estimate that it
: : ( os1'e baskets sort out all that cut the'cabbage for a familyof
. ,: never ; are better grades of the same,variety grownin necessary
>.only'two cents a pound, while I pay. broken, bruised or abraded;" due care Gadsden ten persons, besides many' of them f
:5 ten'cents a pound the.store here.: should likewise be exercised in regard to county. to hands and other
were given
These facts taken in connectionwith away
ventilation'when banked in'bulk. Those ,
.. E, 'G.o .
... "claims" referred have parties.Thi.. was done by sowing
o lavrteyt Fla. ,who have but few potatoes and yet de- the to,
We saw our correspondent's' land {lire to keep ,them through the, winter, impelled me to point out some'.of the seed in' November, December and
cannot fail, if they pack them'in barrels, month ''afterwards until March.
in opinion which every
i causes, my upon
f : ,measured and. it is
correctly stated
boxes till full then
prliogsheaas, filling those "claims" based. When six or eight cabbages hard been
above.: .As to the amounts produced, in the interstices with dry sand or fine erroneous- are
t we know him'' to be a truthful man dry dust, and keeping them in a ,cellar cut their places were- supplied by

A and have confidence in'his statements. clear of frost.. In larger quantities, the The writer has'grown tobacco, for plants. When the plants :were set a

i _ED.t .- potatoes may be piled (in any ,quantity) several years in Gadsden county, and teaspoon of ,kainit and, cotton, seed
'.. '... on a'plank floor, raised six inches, above while he believes that as good quality meal was given each 'plant. In this
the cellar floor the Intersbces11lled and
:','". Cauliflower. in Florida. the whole covered, lightly"with dry,sandor of Cuba tobacco can be grown in way the patch was perpetuated. This

:. i Cauliflower is the queen of the garden other fine, dry dirt. In bankinginthe this county as anywhere in the United experiment was made solely in the

and ,its perfect production is a open air, it is not advisable to put States, he is not prepared to concedeto Interest of the family. It demonstrates

triumph in horticulture. requires if exceeding fifty bushels in each.bank. In it a monopoly of excellence in that how a. small plot can ''keep a
.- < high, 'dry ground, pile the potatoes on, in this excellent
possible richer soil and more, moisture the firm,-hard ground, in the-form of a particular! industry. : large family ,
than cabbage. Jts culture on'the high cone three, or four feet wide at base, Tobacco partakes: of the nature of vegetable indefinitely. The amountof

sandy soil of the station was considered about three feet high and as long ,as the soil upon which it grows,. together I seed, required after the first papers

a doubtful experiment, but the success necessary,.have the long way of the bank with the .fertilizer used, and I have very small, say .one-fourth of a
u achieved was satisfactory. north and south; cover not less than six seen a variety of colors, of texture and paper at a sowing.-Florida Experi--
inches deep, with cornstalks fodder,
The seed was sown in Septemberand pine straw, ,hay, straw, or even, potato of flavor grown in the same field, from ment Station Bulletin No. 14.: : a

the young plants pushed forward vines; cover this litter (which "serves to.': the same seed, of the same age' and .

I I y rapidly by frequent cultivation_ and absorb the surplus moisture from the fertilized with the sanfe fertilizer, cut The crops of Pasco 'county are re

I: transplanted the- last.of October. potatoes) with dirt dug from around the the same day and cured in the same ported to 'be unusually fine this year. ,
f The season was fairly favorable outer edge of the bank; 'cover very barn which of be Iss
lightly at first; add more dirt as the course, can only
plants were,given thorough(culture; and weather grows colder, always keeping accounted for by the, difference exist By practicing strict economy our
t t made a 'good growth. 0 In January sufficient dirt on them to exclude all ing in, the. nature of .the soil. Some farmers'can manage to pay.their taxes

1-r the heads commenced forming.
this ,time nitrate of soda;was, applied on top of from the,heap the potatoes butt end to the.down exter-, extending soil, some pipe or blue clay,,some yellow cash to meet the taxes, and the food

at the rate of, 300 pounds per' acre. nal air.is a sufficient ventilator. Put atenrail sandy subsoil, some light sandy crops will enable them to' live, but

This had a beneficial effect. As the pen around it,"and a tight roof hammock, some snuff ,colored, some there will have to be a change before

white-fleshy heads ap'pe r they must be. over: it; have the opening to the bank at black and some "pepper and sal there is prosperity for those who look

',protected from rain ,and ,sunshine if the south,end of the heap, and e cli time I hammock. All of these varieties are alone to cotton...:...Lake Cit !.Reporter.
after taking out potatoes, be,sure to close
their whiteness be liable tobacco of different
snowy! preserved. the opening carefully. to produce -
.This, is easily done by fastening the : H. grades from the same seed with
\ : ,outside leaves over the' head. We Cottonseed Meal and Crushed Seed the same kind.of fertilizers, and more A Planters Experience."My .

r found the common wooden .t toothpick Editor'Farmer and JPruit-G rower: especially are they liable to produce plaatatlos fa 1*mmaterial .*m
frlet where f. 4l.r
T r mm*ap-e p>r$
;very ,.convenient for this purpose. (I}Will you kindly inform' me different grades by the use of different .eaae7114ekaa.fi .4W4r di
y. 'About 53 per cent. theplants s on this what is ,the amount of oil in_ gallons kinds of fertilizers. And again, the 'of eeerat.tl<:.."whea.r.iek.lr.pas WM eke s u..fTlltt'1PilI a rl r

pat.made merchantable heads, 'some obtained' from a ton of upland cotton same lands, fertilizers and cultivationare

.}eht to twelve: Jnches, in diameter seed? x S liable;to produce different gradesof ;

"'rliHj the period 'of ripening the .((2)) The same i in Sea Island cottonseed tobaccos by different managementin S

A upitllcf was very ,unfavorable, alterriv4clf the process"of curing. I am of the s

'. :rain: and:suashine, induced con ((3)) What isthe'weight of ;a gallonof opinion that i if the farmers of Leon

'";:.d4a1c. rot, oil? county will lay hold of ,the industry -n..ltw ....,..n.... x, aa.i
:; '<.H: Qmfiflowerneed be shipped out ((4) What is the price of crushed. with both, hands, having confidencein *eaate strew and hearty.ands Ita".
ad IH arthur treal le. Wit **
t J44 e< FtofMft"tofmd'a' market., The win- cotton seed per ton? themselves, and grow a good'article puh... I weald not fear to H.e Ial sap

I"I' ,tar'FMort" hotels will"pay, fancy" 'prices I ask you these questions' with a of 'Cuba, tobacco, under intelligentand .W.... &RIY&L.Ba7.13a.La-

5 foi'.K1 heads; and: one,having, land view to ascertain whether, would be judicious management, that they :Said 'Everywkar*.
"'...,, t, tq- ""'" *ce. -!4 }11m'"to, more profitably 'to purch.ae arc cotr 1r Q ,
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Kw JKWK 19,1881; ] .-t THE: FLORIDA DISPATCH+ ,,"FARMER ,AND FRUITGROWER.fU'Ste' ,- 935 ', ,,,; .

;' how he manages, can't we go and do Pebble. Floats 'Better than Acid .' .

J |Stodk\ \ Poultry.Ducks likewise? I say,yes,we canand Florida Phosphate {

...-. -. 'T ,,- ..:.._ : -..... :- -.r- ought'to raise not only what eggs:and! At Ihe; meeting of the American :

Oottbno.od Meal Causing Abortion.. :Catching- Out worms. poultry we consume as much again Association for the Advancement _.:

and to export Last week a grocer from Science, Prof. E. T. Coxread a '
T Qrtiforoians do not like cottonseed It :is interesting amusing to paper
':ofl at all;-it is used'as 'an -adulterant watch a flock of Pekin ,ducks catching this place tried to buy fresh eggs ,in from, which we make the following :

of their, olive'oil and makes them cutworms: around strawberry plants.Mr. Jacksonville, and not one to be,had. extract: ; < 1

very- i gry. One of them. writes 'in C. H. Churchill one of our sub He brought some homebut they were "It is, in my opinion, far more '. J.,

the Rural:California.as follows about. scribers, has; about a: dozen Of them, half rotten, and the retail price'was economical for the farmer to apply to. \ rt

the: ,meal and oil:' which he keeps in the middle:of hisstrawberry thirty-five; cents and the actual cost his land the phosphate of lime in the 'f

From ,my own.. 'experience in,'seeing ,patch for ,this purpose. was seventy cents and a lot of stale form of fine' powder, than to apply ;

cOw: fed from meal made ,by grinding? They' _nuzzle with their bills around eggs at that. the acid phosphate this case the t

the Mid,J am,absolutely'certain ,that it each plant, a half inch or so ,!deep, Mr. Hunter, in another article, tells more phosphate of alumina con- '1
cause* great' injury to the' animals: not how he feeds; this we will take for our ..
not injuring the,plant but rather doing tains the better, as it will be more a .
oalyby sort of text
tkm oc the tuing system a and particularly general conger of the it good;' and they seize out the worms next week. E. -W.. AMSDEN. readily assimilated by the plants than

udder,causing garget and other evils of With, certainty and dispatch. They are Ormond-on-the-IIalifax, Fla. reverted phosphoric id, which results -. ,
,that'nature.. In, five years' experiencewith much more deft at the business than from the' application of super-

(>erd of about 40 cows'of my own hens,'which riddle and upset the plants ANOTHER YEAR'S EGG ACCOUNT. phosphates to soils containing iron ,*
,that never tasted cottonseed meal,:I do ,,' ,
not recast a single case of abortion,while with their clumsy scratching. We began the year (October 1st, 1890)), and alumina. .
'my neighbors had constant trouble from Mr.;''Churchill's little advertisementin with 300 pullets and fowls (to be exact :He also ,quoted. from a l letter received .,"'

that;source and garget'-"reniedies.in'all the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWERhas there were 303)), and we ate one when by him from Henry WurtzJ. ..

their stables. They all..,:fed cottonseed sold him over $500 worth of strawberry wanted;- sold, some in the spring; sold Ph. D., as follows : .. .
two three for sitting in July and
meal,and of them acknowledgedto
,plants.-ED. August sold off a good birds for "What you say bout a merely
me that a cow fed upon it for any "
,great length of time became prematurely breeding stock next year; and in September mechanical treatment, in the preparation -
1Igg Records. sent off more to the butcher for of these .
useless :for dairy purposes and was sent many use phosphatic gravels : .
to the bUtcher. There is not .the"slight Editor Farmer and rower: so that October 1st the old stock is -'that is, mainly by fine commin-'

,est, ''doubt'that this dangerous element Hunter, editor of Farm Poultry,. reduced to about 60,,and we are bringinginto ution-meets the approval of my own
in the root and in the Seed. also. '_ gives' his annual egg account in the the pens the pullets of this year'sraising
A careful computation of timeof mind, through 'my own reading,
Nnv. it this element is present in the
root aa' ,any work on medicine 'will November issue of that very popular sales, eating, etc., gives us an'average experience and investigation, in every *

aftlnB, and is also present in ,the seed, journal, and I give it in full for it of 276 fowls per month for the 12 monthS. way. The efficacy of phosphates as .

as I am,'almost certain, how is it:possible demonstrates what can l>e accom. and they have laid us 39,055 eggs, an fertilizers rationally explainable by
:for the oil which is 'pressed plished, in Massachusetts., And if in average of a fraction under 142 eggs their conversion into
each and in this connection it should be "polymeric"forms
from tire seed to be free from, ,it? ,
of the coldest States in the'Union
one .
soluble in the which
mentioned that 42 hens were set and ten liquids .
Cottonapcd'meal undoubtedly causes
cow' kTgtve a much larger:yield ofjnilk why not in. Florida, :where we have' more rented to a friend, for sitting. (The occur naturally in the soil or arise

thaa.anyteed I have known, ofbut; its', everything' in our favor? While Mr.. $5 received for' rental being' among the from the natural excretions of the,

continued use ,invariably produces the Hunter is feeding for eggs he has to miscellaneous receipts..) shouldbe radicles of plants, or from the 'products '
: This than
rE'SUItBIb8.ve mentioned. I think this make a considerable allowance for -
'' and we know we can beat that figure. of plant decay. Such excretions
pretty good+ evidence why cottonseed oil:
feed the animal heat alive in "
&hoitd! rt be used as food; but. .I regret to keep We explained in the article "Good Care sfu al., convert phosphates into .
that Feannot make it even stronger in five to seven months of the year; hereyou and,Feeding,'* March number how our soluble! polymeric or other forms. 'a

order; : ,stop ,this' infamous:practice oflabelling can,score one for Florida. 'Now egg:yield fell off in January and the Mulder claimed that these solvent or >-

: the pernicious stuff, as pure for'number two. His average price, '.for steps taken to bring it, up again. "'htJ transforming .agents are' the acids
olive oil.forthe sake of little January yield should have been about
gain, selling it.to people to a destroy paltry their eggs was twenty-seven cents, my 3,500 and February 4,300, and would of decay, such as. those called humict r
I health and possibly their, lives. average for the same ,time was twentyeight have been but for circumstances beyondour ufmic, crime, a ocrtnlc, etc. H. Von
cents. Cost.of. feed ,we will con control compelling the giving up the Liebig some, ten since claimed' .
We do.not think. moderate, use of sider as.advantage number three 'and morning feed of mash for some weeks. years
that oxalic -
cotton ,seed Th egg-yield by months is: loots secrete or excrete ... ,
,, everinjured .
any Boston ,this month:. .
quote prices acid, which alone, or with ,the ammo
esptcully after the 'oil, was expressedfrom Boston ,Ormond. October, 90.............1037..1037..330.Average price...... nia of the soil of the air of v. ,
it;' still, it is not particularly.desirable Wheat......-, .. $1.93 $I.M November........;...2517...............3 C...... ,. or :
Corn......................... *. .80 i.60 December............2937...............4OC...... both, dissolves solid .phosphates.. .
,as a feed to produce first-class; Oats ,.... ..,......... ..... ..., 1.85 iSo January, '91 ..........2191................37C....... .
that salts of
.. milk: and butter. As' an element: in We the prices of the 'three February...............I/J77...............2Sc:..:..., Gladding' proved organic, :
give March ............. 4794. .............23C....... ammonia can completely dissolve, or "*
the, aew; product,_ cottolene, :the oil leading grains used which will serveas April...t..................J6S;I..............22C ..... ,
seems' destined to extensive, popular the whole. While.animal May...:.........:. ....314 ...............23C ..... cause to pass into solution! not only'lime
a guide to
+ i June..3831.c.. ..... but alumina and iron
use.-.ED.. food such as desiccated fish bone meal July..:......... ';....4221 ............ .2SCe.,... phosphates.
August..............:...3430..........._.:!.26c...... Other chemists (as Millot) have shown
l' > *> << etc., are somewhat cheaper, yet they Sept mber.....;.*.;...2019;.'....0... ...28c........ that ammonia salts even prevent the '
's ": Sanded Hdraes. .
are'used in such small quantities that Total ...........39,055CASH reversion or precipitation of dissolved
,1Sd er'Parmerand Fruit Grower: the 'difference would be small but.
; ACCOUNT phosphates in the soil. It is undeniable '
la reply to .Question '220: .A few can} say that Mr.. Hunter has-no advantage Received for eggs..............:. $ 7801 -
years. ioce I had a 'mare that I sup of us in feed or prices and we Received for,fowls, etc.......... 545 31' that great mechanical comminution -

posed was down with ,colic and gave do,have.a. considerable advantage in Total..:%...........t......... $(.42382 has been proved by numerous
Paid for .food and supplies for experiments to be almost, if not quite,
her'eacand: 'one-half; bottles of "Gyp. weather, and certainly-less,.feed will ,fowls.:..............:......... $464 40 as efficient as chemical solution in
sy SecretJ' made by S. W. Manyhanv the results in mild Paid for food and supplies for ,
and the accomplish same' a : chicks_ ...!....................,. 158 90 the promotion of the absorption of
Gr'fi'ca., during following climate have in Florida. .
as we : 62J 30
l phosphates by plant radicles. If the ,
twenty-four hours'she passed, twelve :Now, Mr. Hunter tells' us he makes Profit.... ..................... Jloo 52 clayey phosphate you describe should
quarto of clear white sand. It proveda $800.52 profit on'300.fowls, with:eggs Average number of hens kept............. '.276
perfect t cure. I have no interest inthejBftiki&e Average number of eggs per hen...........r...142 really'"pan out" 50, percent, or even
at an, average price of twentysevencents Total profit per hen kept.2 90 less of tricalcium with
phosphate or
. further .than',keeping' abottlriif 'and it cost him .$1.68 to feed Cost of feeding each hen this year........... i: 68 ,
= Average price of eggs for year............... 27 without iron and aluminum phosphates -
}, the stable all the time.Vi .
: each hen for twelve months and
every Egg yield, price, etc., for six years: its importance appears to me
F. W. SAVAGE.Boatfe .., ,
hen made,a profit of$2.90 and for six Year. Average Eggs Profit Average price incalculable., "
. Jfefay, Sattb,Fk. the for each hen No' hens hen. hen. per dozen.
> .. years average profit I, l6....,.. 78 ....-per.176.....per...$2.92..j6c...... I .
, has been $z.7354. 1837...... ........ ........ 2.9J..uc...... The oats known rolled :-
. "If yoi can by, any means give the 'There three that 1888.....ltO;.......159.,.....'" 3." .....:26c...". prepared ; as ,
. are two or things iffiS-'Sg..125..146 ........ 3.94..iJ6c...... oats, for sale by all is one of
' balky horse a new subject think of/ deserve special mention in the report. 1 -'90..280.......122........ 1.60.....26>{c.... grocers !
you will gen-erally'have no trouble in 1890-91..276........142........ 2.90..oJ7CFor ...... the best foods. for young chicks, and
: First, early hatched pullets, so that hen be fed to them dry. They are
six the may
Matting him.! I am a circuit preacher,, October and rears average per
and somtimes "mustang11 has to they commenc"'eJoJay in has been $.73M per year. For the past too expensive, however, except for ._
my keep it, right up so as to furnish eggs three years the accounts have run from chicks.
draw loads which 'at: first he refused: 30th of the very young ...
when prices are at .their best. If it October 1st to September ,year ,"
to.do. ,I placed a:small ,lump'of dust costs ten cents per day to produceeggs following! so that the months of October, "
h mouth. Twice I have' November and December '88are brought .
: in. there is cent when
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intoboth the 1888 and the 1889-90 ac-
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*. Y. Voice.IHQfK'S :wrought. 4 a completecure.4 eggs are fifteen cents,and 250 per cent. counts; but that, of course does not: fe eeM tar
\\ when eggs are thirty-five cents; a difference -affect the averages. 'CAPONS. HJB

'. :. of '200 per cent ,on several *.

,IRON BITTERS thousand_ makes a larger showing on FOR DT3L'EP5IA, ...
the profit side at the end.of the year. .Indlgetlen.nd Stomach dkorliJs,:taBROW2PS ', hit Mt..with tnstrnetkosi. seswasj:
,OttttlHi. DypipsIi1isti9i -, IRON BITTKKg.. wliere for JS(> (postpaid). Ad4feM .
-:). Now, what is the secret of Mr.. All dealers k it. It per bottle.te4em Geaeine hM 01:0.0.: DOW CO.,Nerth Ems. M.Htv .
1 Debility.. ,Hunter's success, and if he,tells.us just [tad tae wi red Us* GI1 t fct*l'fttna Wa nia..rs*..""" $4,, _
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, ,,:'.!"': .p.".;...:'p....':' 'J' POWERS.. ,' -,, -.1 '- B4K -r.P. over the fatal,dry spett wyca i torments! exclude the-direct'rays of'the,sun and I I1ig from being eroded. It W' ehher'that+
--:.- ',. ..9.AINtLa' -J; the one-crop>>-, shipper. The prarigez .plant or expensive fluming'- one or the'

R 9:';: Oa and after'this date, alltrains paeaeager turn,yellow'yery;slowly to thejiungr' ing. ,' ,the. 'winter" ) it ,will perish 1 If other Is a .rce.put-md' ; these'weeds,
'" pocketbook. buried under several,inches i of closely} ; of course,, ,are not ornamental, but
will :
; ; of the B. T."V; & G. ,system
> '.that' all these reli1a earth though there ,will,still, th.eyare useful to the highest d-egree.
r; ', ;',arrive'and.depwrt.from;Union Station,. We .do not say / packed ,
,,1'.. .' Atlanta. .The following' other i roads ture shipments-are-thus-forced; : : ',by the be, an infinitessimal amount! of air, in Sometime fluming may be introduced,

:., .. 'use this station: Rvclwaond. &: Dan., pressure of" debt; there ,are ,some'who ,the interstices of the soil, itt. Is,stag- this present 'station, is retained, ,but
without "For these nant and dead, and will not these. improvements take. ime.
vile Georgia Taafic, ,. Atlantic. & ship consc enc.e. : supportthe
.: .." West Point,'-CentralJl.il.: : :of- 'Georgia' ,. we; ''have"'no.' sentiment but-condemna, ',life ,of the plant- or protect' it from Then;.again, the razorback and the

':. Georgia R.. Jb. ,and "Western .&,,:At- I tion. # fungus growth or mold. The plant .i little stump"- -ttiledJ'; pennyroyal bull of

: '1 laM c.,. \ ._ I Tobacco. does, not need much root-only'.a few'inch the piney i woods, which are so, offensive

4 ,<.:t ', R :!-.. -L By the act of Co). Ghipley, the L. s in each direction is sufficient to to ..our fastidious Northern

: ;; :.".. Moveeaent oOr&nge'e.. &. N. railroad. 'placedin! 'line, with maintain the vital processes of life ina friends, are 'not, by any means' to: bedespised. ,

:. .: ; : The FruitExch nge officers estimate: the ,F. C &. P., in an active 'pro dormant state.and" preserve it.from They have the root,,of the
t', i j t:,tfcftt about;,300,000'boxesjhave left t the. motion of tobacco ulture. The, decay. Too little covering, is..'better matter; in them, that is, they are acclimated -
'?' r5; :date up to date (Nov:xi7)), against! .
,.:, ? former road offers forty acres in each than .too much; if the frost. should ;, and careful selection and

\ 100,000. for: the correspoddperiod, -' of the, six.'counties of West Florida J to }happen to invade'i.t and slightly touch generous feeding will work wonders

d '. :" >.. last, yean Their' ,own business, i ** has fanners,who will/.at a;given; time and the upper half of the stalk} the underside with.them. After three years:of doubt

,::, bee five times as great as last'year. place, exhibit each the best hundred will be ,unimpaired and the.buds and,suspense 'a disappointment Bt, the

,;THe Home 'Market people:also. .report t pounds: of cased tobacco. It has"'also' will start from it{ freely in the spring; Director himself is beginning to recog*

". ':. ';- a Heavy increase over l last: season;' but ,employed Prof.:. F. B. ,'Moqdie; the provided the.sun: did not strike' it in nize this fact, for he says in ,his latest

... at thepf;: ent momentit.not strictly well-known tobacco grower and expert its frosted condition. bulletin, "I l have grave doubts that
R ,a ''Home, Market,'' since:everything to deliver' : addresses. tobacco A writer in the Louisiana :Planter the Jersey is so far superior 'to bur
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1 ,r i is going ,to England .at the- rate,.of ,
: : culture,to; the planters' along' the road gives. the following: : native stock for our climate., ; A liberal -

< r.4-iSoo 'boxes a day.- This.is simply in that section.. Saving seed by fall l planting lea successful minded dairyman'from Hona 1 -.
< : ,';:: : ecaase the. .American markets. :are way, if certain conditions 'rare of cows-told:the
-i* In. a letter to Col/Chipley, Prof., present. The land must,be in order, the very paradise
:is'J;,?; ''f!: : IWl.and running... over... Moodie states that a firrri,in'New'York water.drains lower than the canes, sea writer at Tallahassee that'.after t ;seven
son propitious, the canes stripped of their
:;; -- have this about a halfmillion years of experience he waS-, strongly
Good Oommls&lon Mouses. year leaves, but the parent bud scrupulously '
: ;.v I pounds of Florida' tobacco' ,' preserved, planted shallow and packed. inclined to prefer selected natives to
\,:r"',; We have. a-list"of about-'200 trustptoduce' The cane must 'not be cut unless early in S- _
and that they must have a- substitutefor in- Jerseys. t#
; the season and immediate growth is ,
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..;wofifcy. commission ;houses, jIf
the.''Sumatra and Cuban wrappers, tended, which is always risky. Of course the Experiment Station, 'd* ,B6th-'
_, :. ',,:fMy m Northern ;cities but chiefly, only straight canes can be planted. In
." cut off by the McKinley bill 'which ing else for the next five y.earso but to
.,' ; ,s *thof the Potomac .anoV', the, Ohio., the fall there are always losses with canes
> Florida alone can supply. The recent that have to be cut, and that too, lathe prove tcfthe farmers of Florida that
To any paid-up" subscriber' ,sending aap.to sweetest. part of the cane.Cane planted
t -' sale of Leon .counTy have the' beSt. bedrockfor
; reported a :plan.ter' as directed above, when the vegetation'in they already
will forward
pay postage : : trop in Louisville at'.4ocents a [ the'cane is still active, will show itself a profitable stock of swine and
a small, selection. 'Yh'er.e.two' dozen ,in the arent.bud and in the already,developed -
pound,; when it, had been'rejected as of tho : roots, but the, cattle-a bedrock to be built.UpoB'with
,' eyes germ
; or more names,are,required, ,ten cents
'it' trash bY' the. buyer in Tallahassee. ,. Is all along''the stalk will not move until other material mare. or less-it will doa
matt""be:remised in stamps to'pay thecopyist. I .' spring,.unless the stalk,has been in some ,
work worth
; very significant. what often thoroughly: good ;the
We. guarantee'nothing we: way injured.or, happens very ,
': .:. ; Beginning next week, we shall, ,publisH -. the. winter is, made up of spells of the tens of thousands which,it' will cost:'
'J1 simply say these are, the. besf,names two extremes of temperature. :
= from time to time .a complete, The rough grapple with these questions
/ that'can'be' J "
: : procured by carefulanvestgation. ;- '
course of seasonable articles' on. the Experiment Station'Matters. Of razorbacks,, and J bulk, and
; also -
.' > We i invite ,bur sub j
.' 'cultivation and curing.of, yuelta A bright horticulturist fresh horses with the 'big: head% and
: : ,"scribers to send .contributions() ,, ,if young
'. Abajo tobacco in Florida: from the from the 'elegant .experimental plats stumpy, ,washy hillsides is sot 'parlorwork.
they any arising from, experience,
". of two experts., It needs a' man of force and ofa
'..' t the 'f'bUck litt" ,which'; we intend "pens L and, sandpapered parterres of the f'
\' 1 y f the Station at Lake tough. fibre, and such. a :man the
.' te keep., Saving: Cassava and Sugar Cano North went'out '
: Director.is. Hehas.grip and t ii city.
t 4 for Seed City, and. came. back and'reporte.d
:.:";*' Shipping, Green..Fruit; ,, All plants which:\ are propagated by what he found.. His report was about t Not one,man' in ,ten thousand i.:Florida -

"" :/ The' ,FARMER"AND FRUIT 'G.ROW.8R cuttings of' the stalks or canes' are what; we' expected-he was disgusted.The would have :wrenched the, measure

< .'Jia :a great deal of sympathy'for'many necessarily evergreen, that, is, they will fields -were rough and ragged.and of success that he has out of that

:'A, : oi the mea who load down the,market remain evergreen. if .destroyed"by weedy'' around the edges. A few ullied"and stumpy' hillside. Iti,was a

l.:. with. i immature fruit' which brings frost Sugar' cane and cassava are razorbacks in-the pens among the, other blunder to, put the Station 'there in

",:\ '. :'. a, wretched: price' or), nothing ,at, all;; propagated this way, but both, are swine '"offended his soul." J the first,,place; bait the elder' DtPasswas

and is.not disposed to join in_ the ,ex- unable to'resist the frosts which occur, ,Now, farming is not landscape : .: the man t to iron out ib; roughness,

-t,..., .r.;::; ..''_.bortations. denunciations. : + 'which, -0 practically, all over Florida. Much gardening, as the writer can .testify. and young DePass, ,if he wasp poi Ucd '
.Me. heaped without stint. upon their trouble is experienced by growers in from thirty}'ears' practical experience.All permanent manager, :would"j: etently

'smftil heads. They are ,not. ,all sin-: keeping the seed-stalks .through. the teams' which, have any .bulk and introduce' 'some agricultural'soenceand

:': ,_ :t avers above others. 'Many of them are, i winter..' If covered deep'and.airtight force, about them must have a headland .high-cJaSfrJarming., into its knaggy
..: ': '-Ac victims often'the unconscious vic- the frost mold'.and'rot f and that head-land slopes.
.., Y ; : against they ; to turn on, is .
,M tihM. 'of( a false and pernicious: system, on' the other-'hand' ,'if left too.slightly riot always strictly ornamental. The The ,Director makes himself the

the ooe-ideft, one-cp: system; wliichwill 'covered they dry'out become frozen' land at Lake. City is a rough hillsideto butt of many$Jokes.by'some'of l his ill-

; .. destroy! the .yeoraawy'
.. :is obvious that a 'medium course 'of;the dominion! of savagery;, hundreds science. But' he narrates his:failures!

;: To: the. single-cc ,man t) *e'a;: must be followed in this matter; ; they of stumps grubbed out "and the with the,'same absolute caadar. and

".*-g; ,and hungry gap, between,'the ,must be covered neither .too deep nor: rig ugly: holes only lately filled' up and sincerity that he 'does*" h$f: tBCttttt."* *"Tt

'; :contracting of his:store'bilk and fer- too,shallow.. But the greatest measure crops grown over them. ,Every.heavy The chapter i in his lam b.t1e lk''art his '

,. : ;!;.';jflipflrbills and the paying:.of :them.IK of preservation: .is' to retain the connection rain rips and gullies ,this sandy hill "cnicker ," his, costly.incobttw,. and *

>: .'-:, :be only had. a few .fat ni tton lambs. between the, roots a'nd'th side. The wash has to.be conducted; the .eggs 'that. would not bh"was

.; -phi! in., the spring,:or,some' :butter stalks by simply: 'pulling up .the plant down carefully, large ditches;.and in .enteiteining in its UDnnsjhistioiKd! sjm-

: ><,l-t _, ... t fe." ."'the'sowfw Qey, "?wewWWMfeif and: Jaywg k flat1 on the earth, with these, an. abundance: of grass and party, as the chapter,h.! :'/Tli ; karofakefield

.. .,;.'\..... % a,about canyiag' '"'him .only' 'suficieat'- covering of trash: to weeds 'is: 'a, virtue; they keep the soil' ," ,whfch, reeou N the
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parsoo's'.financial 'operS&m :with a 1..'boxes FlOrida oranges were: offered $1.50 as toquality: and cooditioo, and an were only salable .in. l lote.. at 25cto80cbelow : '::0' v

to day, XX to I selling from 7s.,to his occasional ,brand. of' strictly, faaey: !quototioas.: We quote: :Mexican, ,;. .
grots.oC-green:spectacles.{ ;:' per box, according to quality and oo>dl-. selected sizes selling::up'to $8JMI,to $2.50;. $2.75 to 8; ,Louisiana,'per bbl, ,$4 to,4.59; T "

There is chemistry 'e&dygh: at' the iion,while tome fairly sound parcels were but the,latter is' an extreme at present, do.,' per box, $8 to :3.25; .Florida, fancy ,. ;:
"t ,withdrawn at.lls..3d.,' The demasd. till and we don't give it, with a view of 'attracting bright, as to.,size, per box,$2.25 to 2.50;
<<; Station'now, .if not too much{:for it.is. coDtiaiwe good; but buyers werecldedyo4ed $shippers... The "extreme taw ,do., russets, as to sise, per boat, $2 to 2.36.'",.: -

sheer impertinence for every.citizen of with the heavy ,. supply of prices: during the past 'two weeks is"at- GRAPE; FamT.:Light offerings. Good .
apples.on our' market to- the .State who. l finds:a; te",9C': limestone .same being. again lower.L. -, and the demand is improving very fast P.1L. KIEL? & Co.

'to.send it off to the, Station pose '- COMKOLLY &:,Co.. and-we have every assurance of a speedy, .'" :"
'r, recovery ot our market, but, we advise FRUIT'EXCHANG* U/ zriN. :'" .:b '
baM and demand an analysis. Buta NEw YORK,,Nov. '11. ,:all not to impatient, and)ve/will pest JACuo Lu:. ,Nov. 17.' ;f >/ 1

horticultural botaniSt' and an' ento A cable from Smith &Crouch,,dated them fully ,as regards the condition of There is nothing in the, ,line of ,'a
& the Florida.. orange our market and when best to commence change to report, except that for the past'1 -
'needed., The y'Mys.that'
raologist! are greatly market continues 'weak and prices .unchanged shipping 'again regularly. Lemons,, if two (days shipments,. seem to be s&gatly ';'tt ,

Station was established in the ,interestof'agriettUure from the: quotations.. That strictly: fine quality and.bright,'sell readily decreasing. 4.
$8 to box: choice do., .$3 to NewTork forweek
and-horticulture Jot figures.da not fo;lower,is a g od'lndica- $3.50.per Receipts at ending
,, tion. to my mind,and if,'the good fruit 52.75.: Russets, $1 to $1.59. Grape fruit Novv14th;39,000 boxes;Baltimore, ,154; ...
'VI r', ,.-* *-.e.. .. ""-, that could have been shipped reaches that if well colored and f air size, active Sl.75 Boston, 21,389; corresponding week for '

Bulletin No., indicates" ,grewth market in good ,condition, .1 am: 'very to $2. Tangerinesrunning.200 to'250 to last season shows Boston's receipts to be q
14 sanguine of an :advance in, prices and\ a box, $&to $6; those running 300 to 400 only 2.649, boxes. The proportion of increase ,
not only of the, Station, but of the better'feeling box, $4 to $-t.jO. Mandarins and Satsu- at'other points""named is about the "

Director, The"ebltiou'.system,of 'cut- ruling.E... L GOODSELL. mas, $2.50 to $4 per box., There .is a same'as that at Boston. -
-I) strong inquiry for new vegetables, andif Prices are, if anything, lower:
tlng crabgraas.hay (though not','even' r .' NEW YORK NOT 13. strictly,choice meet with ready. sale as Besides this enormoussuwl.y of Florida: f' -.
follows Cucumbers, box; $2.50 to bulk of which aPe still '
raeBtk ned 'io.a'-'tbul1e.tin.is worth to : per oranges(the great ,
> : : A cable: from Smith fc Crouch ,reports $4;(eggplants, per' barrel $4 to $6;string, too green) liberal supplies of oipplofl,-,'.

Florida all the' Station costs for a the 'Liverpool ;markej( unchanged from beans, per box, $1.50 to $2.50; tomatoes; grapes and other,fruits are offered* In.the .
'. our quotations, that,is,$2.50 per:box. per box,'$2 to $8; green'peas,,$2.50'tr$8.' face of'these facts is:)it any; wonder that ,
year. The cable is encouraging, however, to REnv1ELn'Sos; prices are low? .'

shippers, inasmuch as it states' that the ,- Since Nov. 1st each bulletin issued, ,

V!aI eth.t market is a: little stronger. Be': sure to AUCTION SALES. from,, this office carries a warning that, .

) send.bill of lading when you make ship.' In New York, Nov. 10,"E.. L. Goodsell unfortunatelyfor the meets for
export. time remains almost ) .
_. -* ---v-; ; E. L.:GOODSELL.m sold Florida'oranges(:at'auction: Brights, present wholly r
+ Jac oxviiiLlr.Nov.", 18.. $1.10 to S.eOtRussete, 90c. to $1.85; unwrapped unheeded.' YY8hip'mentso immature ,
fruit hav been the increase "
steadily on
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:: FRUIT, "AND 'VEGETABLES.Cerreeted *" NEW'YORK, Nov.: ..12. $1.20;Grape fruit $2.10 to 2.50. n-ow'the results are plainly seen. .
the $1,45
'" Nov. 13, by same: Brights "
-t:[ every.week by.Marx B 'os.l The receipts of oranges to-dayshow: a 2.80; Golden Russets; $1.30; unwrapped, There is'a remedy and this remedy is i : '
Tl we are a\of qe"quotatioas" "'Extra. choice' large increase,,aggregating over 20,000<) $1.05. in your hands., Stop, shipments before \

leis ftrtefe Price above top quctaFeasi wkile poor boxes ,by the. various lint There:have In Boston, Nov. 9, H. Harris- &Co. the situation becomes worse. Give'."the ',

JoN_. ,' been frequent sales- at auction at low sold Florida oranges: Satsumas, half, markets:a chance,to clear up.the mass of ,",.
.... rrswet prices, and there is a general,.tendency greenfruit now,on,hand; even shfosaents ., ,
/ .MiIIW......* -f: so to .!') boxes, $1.62; boxes, $3.62; Tangerines, '
.. ."'.,...i........%......T.eOtflr.25: downward. With ,tbe'approach of half boxes, $2.12 to 2.50; Grape fruit, .f of good ripe fruit-will not bring pleaomg.
IX! oa8yia; ,......,..*._. 2.00 to 3.00 Thanksgiving we anticipate! a largely' increased boxes results. ,shipped now. 'z.
.. 3.50 ,:Mandarins half
)dee.r..'!:........ ......... 450 demand, and trust that fruit noW'iri 1.50 to ; Producers, buyers and sellers are all
L'-eI, too. ... .50 $1. Brights, $1.50 to 2.75. .
.Ir.r..i.e.r r : ; '
G fri it,- barrel..'.;.. ,:. 20 to 2.50 transit will be of better quality, so as Nov. 12, ,by the same: Sweet'Sevllles, suffering alike;under existing circuaastances. -: -
......G .. We anticipate fault lies theshoillders'of
bor... *,. *.1.5 to I.SO to induce larger consumption. to The entirely on
Ptlee ppta, crate..,,...kt -..n...9" %.v." ,,-PQ, active market but $1.25; Grape fruit, $2.12. .2.62'T3n; those who have persisted in .
....mtc,buach....'....!..,..,...:.,... 1.25 to 2.75 a fairly: a gerines, half,boxes $1 to 1.87; Satsumas,' ,
Apfii, barrel..,...,.....;.i.. ..'....*... 3.50103.35 basis oflow, yet we trust ,remunerative half'boxes. $2; unwrapped, 87c; Brights,, rushing ir green fruit forward.,
G....' Mttaoa. its ..,..,.?:\...... 5.00, 06.OQ. p_. Bright fruits;selected sizes, sellIng $1.75 to 2.87r Russets, $1.87o 1.50. We offer no quotations in this bulletittas'thesituation ,

l" cirtawW, crate, b:.Mk............7-.......L. ...: ,3.00..30er..beniea $2. to $2.25; Russets, $1.50 to $1.75; In Chicago,Nov. 10, Barnett Bros.sold:., does not justify our doing.' ,' .

Potatoes, Irish,barrel ......... ..";,...2.00,toa.-zs grape fruit, $1.75 to $2 per box;$3.50 to'M Satsumas (290( size), $1.65;Brights; 1.35 ,so.. : '
',' awett. iM bd.- .*.*... *.*r .':. '-*S per bbl;fancy Tangerines and Mandarins to 2.05 :Russets .$1,40 to 1,00; Golden .,..
N.Y. cabbagte.ch.l..... ....;.,.,::::.: ,96 in demand. New vegetables'arriving ;, AND
Oak> *,y ttow, barrel.....:......,,*......:':' 3.00 Russets, $1.55 to 1.70. .... QUESTIONS REPLUW. ... : k \
red..' ..1. ........<...:,.. t. 250 ; 'egg plant :$5 to $7 per bbl? ; Nov.,. 12,.'by the same: Safcsumas, $8.80; '.
44 :. .. ....: $1.50 to tl.$5 crate siring AH reasonable qaefttfoaft,oemlag from a 'lU-beerl. t
era4*..,... ;,/:. 1.00 green peas. per ; Navels $ ::26'to 2.50 Brights, $1.50 to 2;'
Turnips. barrel.. .,.-.._....-..;:.. '." ':2.oo leans, $1.75 to .$2.25; ; cucumbers, $8 to ; ber.'trill be aarwwed at promptly ta poMible,If addreseed :
SCOTS- -,. U ....-<..>....*....*....*.*..:...i., '- ,. .._.en G.. S. PALMER Russets $1,40.to1.90; Grapefruit, $2.40,' to the editor at Lawtey. -, ':
Cam**, ". .. .. .....;.....,.t"'t. <-*::.} 3.50 $e.50t barrel,'$8.25.: Bepliee.can sot be gireo.by malL I. '*. f
r 53Ei.ir *.'.....!.".!". #, .;2.75 ,... :;... r... --.
I, Rattrtm. gViCL..4.0...... .,..i'.0 BOSTON Nov..14.: '
Qkra, p ck.\...!4.,,.!..,.-....: .- 3S : CHICAGO, No;. .16.ORANGES. ... 221, PLANT. I. F;, Jacksonville;
C...u beH,deaea.'........ .....' ,:40C.a.rr. Arrivals of oranges. continue heavy .: Market unimproved. A Prof. A. H.. Curtis identifies .yourplantas
< .-" .........::.::.....;\... % ", .15 and..our market just now over-supplied, good cars here, and holders 'report Coreopsis aurea. .: .
PIiItt : .2.56 many
.....t c.tc,...*j..<.. ?...!'..!:? ', :t. 1.50KWLTRY but,soon;.hope for increased demand anda sales_slow. One reason for oranges 222. CLOVEK.. ,G. T. G., Gftiaes- -- '
AND 866$:. better market. We quote t-day'Jor, not selling:better'is that Floridas are: as boro. Your plant is the Mexican clover .,

Ie/a.......:.. .*.....'\.u-............$:.;.-J1'to ,.40 ge&eifelly good fruit little from ,$1.75_ to $2; yet ,of light color mainly and of undesirable (Richardsonia scabra), as.determined by,
.Eoapter:...:..... .,..:.:......c..'- kjoto: .35 possibly some fancy more. flavor. Ttie best fruit has not Prof. Curtis. He considers it of i'
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>.........:.<.......v i..r..i.. -35 to 40Twtoty The.market?is glutted,with:apples.\ Receipts started to move. General forward movement I,ralue.in'a'grove. .
.. .....,.'.... '
** 4.; x.eotox.as are very ,heavy and .receivers are
XMkr.........'..........-: .45 to *6oGaae 'sales at, opportunity no doubt will fall off in consequence J228. PECANS., S. 'G. D., SeI' *M'. 'v
.. ,.. .75 forcing every of low prices which prevail. .
:* .joto; i Your hammock soil will be best if standing -
KM*.....*.,., .-..).? '.24. ing ptices to suit buyers, but stocks ties aresteadily Louisiana oranges also, dull on accountof'ordinary water is: not nearer' than three or .,<
Red.ari ,
FERTILIZER MATERIALS. accumulating. ; to oomm quality.. four feet below the surface. The Peeaaf
ha'te.to be of.extra quality ndmperfect:. whichare
(Corrected every.week '-1 y'Uw Pane. Fertilizer condition bring 0 full quotations. Only, Some Mexicans on the market needs deep rich soiL, The finest grove'
.Cowpeey.J. l. T. a few of the best Maine Baldwin and very ,nice; and are ,.moderate sale, i in the State, that of ,Mr. A. Brown, "
Too Tosa. Greenings riDg'anythiDg., over $1.r0.; : still they do not do so surrounded well as with they !Santa Rosa Q>.; is only ten' feet above *
.... and )ore, a..m.boBe, A "- would ifthey'wereuot i sea level.. ,
Receipts,.Nov. 10, :oranges; 6,182 .. .
k. *
undesirable sto -
photphate S-39*i .- ..... .ft8.oo. ,,6 50 so I 244. ,
Boe, raw grand, b..ft.;SO-0..,.,'29'35 2675 boxes; apples, 9,629"bbls.YORK. Floridas in car lots are quotable over t COMMISSION HOUSES J* H.. .
......,fc. p. 5fr 6ejf..;;;...-,..:2025 '2825 ft. WHITNEY.. :; the rangoof $1.30 to'2 a box.. L. We cannot send out' lists, uskes' 'Ii
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.o.i.$0o. :297M4 $ postage'is prepaid. ,
hI....rttldstk, .,.-. .f.. .".,?E' M ..,9 95i. From' store there is a light trade as i
.Jttra l..... ..?.........,. .rf3o 'is'50 CDtOINNATirNov.18' follows: 235. GUAVA, ,DISEASE W. S. '
AodPnoaflMte, t3-J6J''J]( .,.. .'2650: .woo Granges' Florida,. :96 to 35te.:'$$.50 to Hondas, boxes 200, $2-to 2.25; do., Nareoo ee. Dieback is always a result::
Nitrate C&Mda Soda Aat ies, am.....,.19.." .,:,..r..r..: *....."19 eo oo .MOO& 50 $S.7&; do.., 196 to,144s, $2.60. to ".75; do.; boxes, 286 to 300(), $1.75 to 2; do., Russets, of mal-nutrition of some kind geM raHpr .

Saw lrbo.phak... ,g'd b.1// 6y-golf...., 900,r 850 tie, MO, 2 s.''$8.75 to$8. . per box:, $1."to'1.75; Louisiana,. boxes, an excess of nitrogen,gometim of feme
goR Ph Megr'datmmeinba' '. :Lemons: Messina, :fancy,, 3"90e,, $4.50;; small it,$1.3&tol.75j. .do,bbis,according oxide. .In.the former .case some aftaJi i,. .
itatMiteas.DetM .... ...., i*-?....-..........'4500 : 43(0Oe de:, fancy, 900s,;$5.50. ,to quality; .$8.50 to 4; Mexican, per such as strong hardwood ashes,, is i the
.lMM ed Mel sew,stock.:.......,;2450"- :23'75 I. box, $e.65'.to: 3. best application. We have also foul,
s'- PHILADELPHIA,,Nov. 14. M. GEOHO &CoO this useful in the ease of: too,mueh.irom!
BOMK. XARKST: Bi1LL11TINr: 'better in the: soil.. There are. poisonous spore ,,'
,. We to little :
are glad a ,
jAOKONVILLBt NOV.. 14.. I movement, in the reps'a :trade, ST.LOSS, N '. 16. in many sections, where only a few rods
distant the soil is sound. and sweet
TM 0raDP and Vegetable Auctionbeid I IT although prices continue low and will Oranges and lemons are moving very : *
You may'liave) to remove a few te s
ooe their first regular.sale:,for i do so until market is thoroughly cleanedup slowly. ;Dealers hoped that by this time, ; ,
tba, of 1891-92, yesterday ',after-' which will take from a' week ''to.ten or since declining to $2. to 2.30 per box, alto-ether.

.....;:The offering was between, 8,000ilred'404 days, after which time with moderate' which are about the proper: quotations **-
bO L' 'Prices' ranged as follows II I shipments to:'start with and, the quality for round Iota from'first hands, that; the .22L -PHOSPHATE. H. J. F., ;>' .

: 'ftageri&es and XandariBsS.50, I of"Ue'. 'fruit. much improved,, you can fruit could. 'be placed both at ,home and FmitiaDd. ((1)) You can apply"the Mtftphomhate "' '

.to... Ibmte,lS O..to$3 f;oranges good look: for:'a strong, active 'market and outside, but. complaint* still exist .over any, time,. the sooner.. UM -
'stock M.to |1.75;,culis and:,drop sot much better prices: than, we have been the situation. The .Mexican orane8deem ,better, and it will not start the treat .ia*.. i#
;'! able to report for the, past two :weeka.bost to fye thefavorite, with majority growth; ; ,until spring. (9)( ) Reawr{ tide
--- -'. ) brands of' good oranges that havebeen }f,the retailers,.being the'ripest offered.ORANGES. earth :at once-from; around ail cottar' :

rob LIVJItW.. : OL, 'Ne v.. 4.wIa owed upon the :market, have :sold .-Large offerings. For the roots of'foot-rot treee; do.Mi wall WMIspring.
: $ Y : during'the'pert,week'fat'a range of,,$1.50; "knows mark**, there was a eder- Cut out the cMmaim! bark eteamaad .:
.:: toretertohave' to; $.'per box, :with' eoamoo. oranges, ately; good demand at quotations, while :arrest: the spread; f. "iBr It ..' .

... J1. I1ft tt, 'p": tW'about. russets a.and. poorly packed, selling $1, to ,the .irregular sises and Unknown'brands ([8).) As to coeimiis. ofi l bovsas,'see abs, ;

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.IN :. } ,' 'THE:.JLOJUDJL 'DI!P TW( 'AIUCER AND FRUIT-GEOWER., ,,: f1oyzza lt,18'1

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,- wonderful Intelligence':of thei aaimak.i N'EW 'KODAKS. he made a ,very lifelike imitation of a
:Our Yo l f Jlb S. At-tfae"shop my duty was, readily understood man;with a stick'underlie arm for a
and I presented to each one"a loaf gun. A few days' after the scarecrow
:- ". "' : of bread covered with the'precious molasses -"i was put up I went to the field to see how

'TIC MGOINQ BLHPHANT.. syrup, ,which is,their,greatest deli- I things were getting on, accompanied,bya
I :retriever and a Scotch terrier'j; and
The meet" curious and 'iD ,"lie priest with,whom I had, already You press the while the latter_was investigating some
alai which I hare e'{er,metse.ysJaeoiliet ':M, spoken, and who was a professor of.philosophy rabbit holes at the bottom of a bank I
who lived many:years in India at the temple; f Willenoor,..toldme button,, returned homeward unseen by him.
"ig the elephant; Not the '.tepfeantof that.from time to time, the begging About three hours afterward as he did
a fee i toeoAgerieg, broken in 'spirit.and, elephant to escape; from'them, we do the rest. not come back,:I went to look for him,
wibafeeive,- but the ,elephant, as: he,is, and wandered as* far-as Pondicherry to fearing he might have got into a trap,
found, in his native ,country: Some beg on his own account. Knowing\perfectly -, and saw him patiently sitting at the foot
'i taD0e8 of,his.aptitude and intelligenceare ; Seren .}(ew Style and Sizes ,, '
: the, market where he obtained the of,the scarecrow; thinking, it was his
marvelous, A: few leagues: from provisions on his expeditions, he would ,ALL LOADnWITH'TnnaparentFilms. master. No doubt he was satisfied by .

=' Pomiicberry tends a pagoda called go there,'place the money he had collectedon For sale by all Photo;Stock_Dealers. \ the smell of the clothes, without troub ..
:Wttleooor, ,which,at the grand feast of, the table of a fruit merchant, and eat ', ling himself to look too closely at the face,
May, reoeivee a multitude; ,of. 500,000or as 'many pineapples, bananas, mangoes, THE EASTMAN COMPANY, and, being a,faithful, little dog would
'900,600 pilgrims,, coming from all and as, much sugar-cane and .arrack, as probably have stayed there all night. It
Send for Catalogue. ROCHESTER,N.Y.
parts of India.. .A .number of, sacred the Hindoo would allow him for the ,was amusing to see his look of bewilder-
efeebaate 'are ,attached to the pagoda, money. ment when I'walked,up.; I may add that
, r and amoog them is a mendicant. .beggiag ------... .. ) or an increase of 66 per cent'greater'for the retriever,when he first saw the figure -
Twice ,each week ,this the.non-users.
.growled, but'on walking up to it
The Feeding Habits of Sharks.
efef>haatampanied i by'hiS driver, goes Inflated chest measurements, in users, and smelling it ,wagged his tail} so he
to Ute'villages and t* Pondicheny to beg During the summer of 1887 there:were O-oSO.f'meter; ntn-users, 0-0364, or an too recognized the smell of his master in.
alas for the 'of Willenoor.Many: in one of the aquaria ,of the u S. Fish increase 19 per cent greater,for nonr the clothes. The terrier took not the

E times white, have. Commission at woods"Holl, Mass., three users. slightest,notice of the figure as we went I
iay veranda, closed inby'curtains on the and'sharks, each about three feet long.They ,Height, in users, 0.0169 meter: ,non- past it next day."
lint story of my house, have, seenhim, .became very.tame, taking chunksof nsers,O'0202'or increase of 20 per cent
Mf. the movable curtain. :with his, great fish, or :whole fish of convenient'size', greater in non-users. PSIHow's
trunk'and balance himself askme fora either alive or dead,from the hand, just Weight, in users, 0'4 kilogramme nonusers ,This I ,',
piece of small coin, 'which he sucked as a dog will;.but one' had to be :carefulof ,-0.5, or'an increase of 25 per cent We offer. One Hundred Dollars
from'My hand to his trunk, a distance of one's iingers, as it mattered not to the greater, for non-users.: ;
more'than three inches. I never failed sharks whether they took fish or flesh. With 'regard to the J possible effect on Reward- for any case of Catarrh that
to give him. a small piece;.of money'for There was never, to the writer's knowledge scholarships, the statistics are: Of those can not'be cured! by :taking Hall's Catarrh
a tBi' and ,for, himself 'a loaf of.... a tendency on.the' part'of these who'receiye junior appointments above Cure.F. .
'' bread which my servant" dipped'in'mo- fish turn on the back'to take food, nor dissertations z 93' per cent have. not ,used J. CHENEY &: CO. Props. ToLedo
kisses, of which the! elephant Was very. could one imagine necessity for so'doing tobacco; of those above colloquies, 87 ( ,
foad. In a short time ,we became ''very ,under the circumstances. per cent have not used 'tobacco; of ,all, O.
frieadly. He had 'seen me' only in undress In a large' walled tidal pool outside, who receive appointments, 84.3 per cent We, the undersigned, have knownF.
that is, only in the light'silk garB&e&te -. however, there were several large sharkS, have ,used tobacco; of the entire' class, ., J. Cheney forthe last 15 years, and,
of the country, and, then :only about six feet'in length. These were fed percent have not; used tobacco.. believe him,perfectly honorable in allbusiness
across the little pillars of,the balcony:of with fish taken from a pound-net! close Dr. Steaver says that these figures accord transactions and
my ooUie< to "Willenoor on business. I arrived at sharks quickly gorged themselves with the past eight' yearS, the greatest- to carry out any obligations made
aeon; tae sunwas burning the earth; no the dead ''and the injured ones which centage of gain always being on the side by,their firm. '
Cue was seen in the,'streete,or,,'on the. could not swim well;; but they: did not of those who do not use tobacco. The West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist,
.' verandas;'every,one was' resting." seem'expert at catching the 'active ones greatest variation in,the two years wid- Toledo Ohio. '
"My' ,carriage had :stopped ..under: with which'the'pool was well stocked. est. apart has not been more than,4 per ,
mango 'eff.in, the principal square;andI They would dart after them, sometimes cent. Some of the students, who are Walding, Kinnan ,& Marvin, Wholesale
was about to start for the house,of the rolling completely over, but the !fish were classed among the'nonusers, do smoke, Druggists, Toledo, ,Ohio. .
taaaildar, or governor of the village;when generally able to escape by darting,close but not oftener "than once a week, or at Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter ,
all at once a monstrous black.,elephantCruii to the,wall and into some woodwork sup- such long intervals that the tobacco is nally acting directly the blood ,
ingout of the pagoda; -which porting steps arranged around the pool. apt 'to have, little or no effect on them. upon
and surfaces of the
.. 'was opposite.' He arrived in front of.us, It is probable that the sharks:would nave, Dr. Steaver states that the prominent mucous, system.
and, before I had'time to collect, .my had better,success in..the open water as athletes 'do not smoke or otherwise use Testimonials sent free. Price, 7c.
eeaeee, he lifted me,up, placed >me on his they were: unable to' move very swiftly tobacco as a rule, Calhoun being the only per bottle Sold ,by all. Druggists.. <<
seek,.,and started at full 'speed ,for the for fear of striking a wall. As they were exception in the college. All the candidates ... II
pagoda; he carried me across the first;inoteoare not fed? rely, they sometimes' ,be- for crew abstain from tobacco.- '' "' I
in,which was the great 'well for came Scientific American. Indian River Advocate.

bathing, and brought! me ,direct"to. the The writer took much interest' in ,. ,At the solicitation of many readers, i

elephant quarters. watching' then! and found that at times A Funny, ..1stake.A and as the "East Coast Advocate" is "
"Once 'there ,he placed me on the at least, ,they took quite as'much interestin ,
.ground in the'center of,all of his compan- him. At all events when at.high tide correspondent relates an amusing principally devoted to the interests of ;
roes, It was the begging elephant; ,he the water'was on a level'with the step'on but quite likely mistake on the-part of a the Indian River and Lake Worth .
bad, recognized ''m& He uttered short which his feet rested, the sharks would terrier in the London Field* : "You often country, the proprietors Messrs. ,:1
cries, lifting his trunk and waving his come'up so close,'turning on one side and record instances of dogs sagacity; I now Graham & \Valton-have decided to ::
ears, which his friends doubtless inter- smiling so benevolently, with a "cOme- send you an amusing instance of a dog's
n prated to advantage, for, when the in-out-of-the-wet": expression, that he mistake, which you might think worthyof change the title of the newspaper from
tfeaaiidar, followed my ,by the priests of the was fain'to get up a, step higher as a recording. Last week the rooks having "East 'Coast Advocate" to "Indian
temple, came,out 'to, seek the; cause 'of matter of 'precaution at least. Whether -pulled up about half an acre of young River Advocate." I
this strange demonstration, they.found they were but asking in their way, ''as'other turnips in their search for wire worms,'' The place of the publication will
me calm and reoovered from surprise fishes do, to have some fish thrown I gave a pair of trousers and an old coat
my still remain
at Titusville Indian
of mine to of the with instruct ,
in the midst these' enormous beasts them.or whether they were thirsting; for one men, '
who were tendering an ovation in my; human blood can only be: conjectured.. tions.... to make a scarecrow of them; and River,.Fla., as heretofore.D@Drn'
not of the so-called 'man-
-be a1f. They were
,"Tha is;most remarkable? ,' said one of eating" kind. If was inferred, however, '
from, those observations that their actions '
tIle priests; *I have never seen them act ;
so friendly toward anyone. in taking food were, and .would
."I related to him the' cirrcunistances likely be, of gifts to'the begging elephant. the position of the prey. There is noth-
mI'am','no longer surprised,* he answered ing ,more probable to the writer than
; 'he has already told the whole that:in attacking a larger fish, a ,schoolof .
hand, and,the gourmands'are paying you fish, or man, they would come up
Brilliant !
these attentions in hope,of gettingthe, beneath to prevent escape, and consider- .
laMe teWard.' ing the position of the'mouth nothing

",'Is it possible?* I said, witH maze"meet. seems more probable than that they. Durable ;
.., would at times turn on their backs. It .
11 'I am perfectly sure of, it. Do' you is a mere question :of expediency, how Economical I
wish ,to ,see the proof? Pass" your arm ever, and not necessarily a fixed habit: J1P fw .- ,
around (the trunk of your elephant For a object,of small size it would"not '
friend, and make him understand by be necessary.-Forest: and Stream.' Diamond? Dyes excel all others in Strength Parity, and _Fastness., 'Keec odwr fv .

o sues that you: wish him to go out with' jut as good. Beware of imitations, because they are made of cheap and: fefafef antBriaii
: will all follow Allowyourself Tobacco. ,and,Physical..,Health.
you; they :you.. and give poor,weak,'crocky colors. To be sure of success, we only-,t DUMOHD, Dm
to be led and you will see,where Dr. J W. Steaver, College ,Physician ''
&bey,will bring you*' and'Instructor in Athletics at.Yale University ,for,coloring'Dresses, Stockings, Yarns, Carpets, Feathers, Emboss&c* &c. We 1ftIRII

uI;followed his II trueitons. :The beggigelephant -' reports that he has made a,com-: them to color,more goods,,package for package, than any otter dyes eve made,m&te&n*.'_

and I took up the lead,the parativt study of, the users' and non- mere,boil i&t and durable- colors." ,Ask'for the.DIAMOND, and take rw.ctfeer.- ,.:.. -'' ,
nine others joined in'pace,:uttering cries users of,tobacco in the senior class during i'
Send postal fer Dye Book,Samp! Card,dIreCtieu forcoIorieC Photo:,eDkb3= IM-IM> or..i
of eofiteBtment themselves. We the, few and from his
: past : years, ((10 cent qoart),',etc. Sold bI Dro wti., Addrtn "
pawed through tbe'gate of the pagoda, measurements he sums 'up his statistics
aacl they led me directly to tlie'shop of a as' fellows:; .dAverage'increeae -WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington; Vt.DIAMOND .- _, II'For.OUctlaI'OI'BrofJ.II '
f 'Bative.baker.. I vroeJd been in capacity in '
have utterly lung 0014" .'
,''a.tat. bail I &et already knows the wera- of tobaeeo, ,,015 liter;aoawefs' ,096_ ; FaaCY, .. US!; PAIN'TS- .., .. c..a.'ir-. ,... '

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bows:behind; and''they, don't ride.fine judgment 'Indicated. He did, so, comes on,,take the cord, wind it around' .::
"OJllfla1 :}flome,: grey horses'only when,they'hire,them eliminating! : ch personal matter( ,to the leg over the place that is cramped, -
from )livery'stable i and then himself and and take an end m each hand and give
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Beautiful -Women.'., ':"'pl g."! I understand by your; writing ,that it a shatp 'pull=-one that will hurt a

,Per Oar Swat Hom, .' a 'Now, .I just'want to punch a little you did not see the' first article'' on little. Instantly'the, cramp will let up ,"",,0
', When I writefor,the "Rural"Home"" under the fifth, ribs of :you: farl1! rs., Leucanthemum_ and, as some of.those and the sufferer can go td bed assured :
I am a alUtleat. ssto know to;:whom-I Why ,don't'yx>u'provide{ your son, and calling for'leaves hate cut out the article : it will not .come on_again that night: = <
am:writing. I don't; know just exactly daughter with a nice well-gaited saddle and sent it,with 'their request for DR. ST. CLAIR F
horse,each? If, thought' leaves I able to furnish an -
whether you are a ,Mr., ,or, ,Mrs. 'orM& you more am ; you ,
' But then it 'don't make any: of ,this you;:would not think so.much amended copy of what was then pub- RBOIPBd.
difference: ; I will'j just fire at,,the lump of wanting! raortgaging'your land lished. I, also send a dip from a --*-
as I do in'my Uarnpa.1ks:,," and'I'll.hit to the, government for money to,raise Boston.daily, of 1889, which hints at It is a well known fact that we, as A
' people,do not eat sufficient gluten. "We
cotton. You can raise a nice'saddle my'idea of"skin disability as cause, -
somebody. to the truth of the statement and
Some alleged authority on t-heJmatter, horse ''in 'Florida'for l less money,than of disease" I write on the blank agree go home to eat wheat bread and cake.
of feminine personal,beauty asserts t t"tBifwomen you can: a bale of cotton; still,'when page of this circular ((9)) that I may A wonderful, "improvement has been .
of ;today: are' far lovelier you want a horse or,mule you have to bring my matter into a compact form made by the introduction ,of various
than:oar" great-grandmothers." CoGekleriag send outside of the.State to get it. and have it all together. For: a number wheat and oat preparations for breakfast.
that the women of,.today:are alive tried Every well regulated family has its
,row, ,. young man of the present of years I have to get the
and lees reemote breakfast of wheat or oatmeal. The
more or youthful.while:
progenitors are somewhat pur day what do, you know about gallop physicians your State to, look into effect will be seen in the health of the
aged and also dead that statement,sounds ing up to'your sweetheart's gate of a my practical work with skin appliancesas children now growing. We might 'do
,perfectly ooabIe. Sunday'morning: on a: well-groomed, ,remedies for human ills. The much more than has been done by using
This clipping from the Savannah 1 spirited horse to take ,her to church? cholera morbus and infantum have: cornmeal and graham as bread stuffs.
News is not true, neither.in the, first Boys of the present day, you don't been relieved in a very short time by They be used make as pleasant'food staples.'variety, and oughtto
- nor last clause.I know anthing about this. my flesh brush treatment, also' acute '
PUFF COOKIES. One one'heaping
have lived for sixty-five' ;pears If some old greybeard like me ,was mania;apoplexyand fevers./ The dis- cup of sugar, one-cup sweet egg, milk, three
' and in that time I have seen as 'much to,sit down\ by you and tell you how ease we, call "la Grippe" comes, in its cups flour, half cup butter, three scant ;
of the female loveliness of Virginia; this tljing used to ,be done and how, i worst form, nearest to yellow fever of teaspoons baking powder, vanilla. Dip
Kentucky and Missouri ,as, falls :to when the "stile-block wasn't handy," any thing we have as a disease, and that the, dough with tablespoon into buttered -
the lot of ordinary mortals and jf {and'i it, wasn't, often) he just offered is 'at on relieved by my flesh brush pans and bake in a hot oven. -
there} is anything lovelier outside of his hand'and the, little dainty'foot was treatment and'citrate of soda made as SPICE CAKE.-Three eggs, one cup
in it and he .lifted used. In 'of in the sugar, half cup butter, half cup sweet .
those States, save.in Florida, it is,not placed gently her to a.case apoplexy milk, two flour, two ,
in the feet of Chicago women. her'seat, and didn't, like' to,let go .the Massachusetts hospital (the patient baking powder cups, a teaspoon of spoonfuls ground
The prettiest woman that everJEsawin : little' foot, 'you would wish .you! had cousin of mine) I was told, "he has cloves, one of allspice. 'Frost with boiled
:my' life-save one-was country lived in those days. .. known nothing since ,he has been frosting.TEA .
girl with an old-fashioned, 'nankeen ,Now, boys are boys and girls are here and probably: will., never know COne egg, one cup sweet
riding skirt, ,seated gracefully ,on a girls, and'you can' have these things anything again; it will be no satisfac, cream, one cup sugar., two, cups flour, ..
handsome 'grey horse,' and ,beneaththe j just as' your' grandfathers and grandmothers tion for you to see him."" Begging >to two lemon; teaspoons vanilla.: baking Frost powder if desired., one of ;I

white-sun-bonnet she wore, 'with,a, did; but then you must have be permitted to judge of that, I was PLU PUDDING.-Make a pudding of
pink ribbon behind, was a peach bloom, the spinning wheels and'winding' admitted to the ward. He was sev- two eggs, milk and bread; add ,dried
that actually wilted ,this individual. blades and blue dye'and grey horses enty-nine years old and looked like a plums that have been cooked. Bake in
'Aad now ,with her/fifty,odd:years''and*, and write sunbonnets as we; "young ,dead man, but I soon had color in his a slow oven and frost.
her beautiful grey' hair, she, holds people"l used to have them. face and his brain active, as the nurses ON BAKING .DA.Y.-When (the oven is
her own with the best of the :"wo Oh! for the return of the days of could see by the questions. he put to hot, plan to use up the pieces that ac-
(men of to-day." She was 'a womanso fifty years ,gone! We didn't have me of relatives and l friends, and and cumulate'vegetables by putting into croquettes J bits of,meat or, bread large ;

lovely and so beautiful that the old any railroads or electricity or third through my treatment he left the hos- ,cakes and baking instead of frying them.
matters in painting and sculpture party,-nothing but Whigs and Demo pital the'next day. But I will say no I Cold mashed potato, and cold codfish"
would have gone'pilgrimage; on their, crats. And myl I how we used to {fight. more now'' lest you take me for a makes an inviting dish when baked in .
knees, to have, obtained her for, a ,Why, you people'of' the, present 'day: crank, which am not, but,an intelligent well-kneaded cakes. ,
modeL This''model 'of a 'beautiful don't:know anything, about. politics." .experimenter and! inventor. You pumpkin DRIED PUMPKIN in half lengthwise FOR PIES., take-Cut out a.
woman stOod' upon the -street, :of That' Savannah News paragrapherdidn't have, in the: Waters' Pruner one of the seeds, pare off the rind, and cut it in
Moorefield, Hardy ,county, ,Va., :in, live then. my,inventions, that all who use"com- slices about an inch, thick. String it
1844, clad in a plaid linsey 'dress,,the It:,was the writings of the editressof mend., began, to invent very early on fine twine'and hang it'in a dry place.In .
' material of which was sheared from :,the "Rural ,Home" that broughtme in life, to the delight, of my parents.I the winter, stew and use it as green

the sheep's back, carded, spun, ,dyed to Florida, Helen Harcourt: ,andif shall keep at it as long as I can do, pumpkin.the best kind The for cheese-shaped dry ing.COSTIVENESS. pumpkinis
woven and fashioned by, her, own,. she will look back to some of. her good. G. P.,W.
fair hands, and received the ovationof writings in the fall of 1882 she will Boston, Mass.
ten thousand men ,and women, see where she said there was "no grassin This i is nothing but the oxeye
and there are men and, women all .Florida."' Now that was "mislead daisy, ,and probably the chewing of a
over the United Stateswho: ,remember ing:to'a person outside the State," soft pine stick 'would be equally efficacious relieved
If not, by judicloas and
that scene; and it is one the remembrance and some, other time I will tell you for sour stomach.. It is ,the treatment, is liable to result In chreafo
of which will be' 'made tra- how I made my,first haY' in Florida: alkaline reaction of the saliva: whichcorre'cts constipation. As an aperient that Buy
ditionary, for' I find, wherever' J: go with hoes, and butcher knives 'and the'acidity.-ED.: be used with perfect safety and eatii-
some one who was a witness. sickles l and even pulled some arid, I ------- ... -----" faction, Ayer Tills are unsurpasse*!.
I do certainly:wish I,knew whom I have never been out of Florida hay Cramps In the Leg. Unlike,. most. cathartics, these pilfer,
while they relax and cleanse, exert
was 'talking to. I never, in my'life, since. ""CH.S. W. CAMPBELL f SR. Many persons of both sexes are tonic influence on the stomach, liver:;ft
saw a man,, not even' 'a farmer. or: an Campobcllo. greatly troubled with cramps in one or and bowels,causing these.organs to pea
Alliance lecturer or'a third party man, t_.:i both their legs., It comes on suddenly form their functions with'healthy regularity
that,I was',afraid ,of, 'because ,they are Leucanthemum for Sour. Stomach. and is,verjr severe. Most people jumpout and comfort.- Being purely) vegetable
nose of them bug-a.boos anyhow. ,But, .For our Rural Home. of bed (it nearly always comes'.oeith and frclamineral
a woman I must be,:careful of,, especially Your: letter of 6th ,inst. came to r just after' going to bed or while any kind_ ,_Cured I ;; byfree Wia(if
if she thinks ,she 'is' as'g od' a hand yesterday with others from undressing) and ask some one; to rub Is' not d
xaaa asJ am, ,and ought, 'to vote., Maine, Mexico, California, etc. I I the leg. I have known ,It to last for with 'InJurious effects Good for act<< .
Well,,,never mind about.that; let's getback replied'to those'in distress first as they hours, till i in despair they would send and young of every climate,Ayers PH bare
' to that' woman who made her were in need of help, whilst you do for the family physician; and even everywhere the favorite. O. V.
own detfces, ,and there'"never .,vas 'a' not complain. It is fair ,to say that" then it would be hours before the Bowman; 36;East Main street, CarHs )t.
Fa., :. "Having been fee
woman in this world clad in a Worth my first'"article in the R. P. was called spasm wouldJet up.. There is noth- ,years says, to constipation, without being
dress or a "tailor' made suit" who 'received out by what seemed to me, judging: ing,easier"than to make the ,spasm let able to find much relief, I at last tried
the public) ; ovations of. tenthousand by'an article in good, health column, go its hold, and it can be accomplished .Ayers Pills, aad I,deem it both a duty''
men+ in procession, that Lucy, the',necessities of its readers 'and the ,without.sending'for a doctor, who'may and,a pleasure' to testify that I have
Virginia Williams did. inadequacy of the remedies' offered be-tired and in need of a good night'srest. derived great benefit from.their Me." I
Doubtless there'are girls of the present them;and I gay a diem a little.Irommy When I 'have a patient who is would not willingly) be without the 1. *

day j just as pretty, but they Beither own'life experiences"in' that:first communication. subject to cramp, I always advise hip Ayers Cathartic Pills ':
card, nor spin,:nor:weave, nor fashion,' The, second paper was to provide himself with a good,strong '
nor wear nankeen' riding, skirts, 'nor i:written to a friend'with permission to cord. ,A long garter will do if 'nothing Every Dow Effective, f fe t t. ".

white' ... saa-feoaaete.-> with' 'p'1nk'i Jbon, make such,we. of, its contents as" his,..y etee-i )handy. When the crasap''' < .:i: ,

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: York ''aridthe hoops and:cream has almost becomea you, and me, .and Dud Adams, and j
saved:Ohio., If thing' of the past. I now.ready Arose, when. we turn ourselves loose -It
:,V } 'more.than to buy; a' cow I want. a, four-gallqr jh ,our' "practical farm" statistics." .1
:H a., : of""it' yet cow 'at a two-gallon price if I can .fine They,are: .sensible men and they well s

lecturer. : ;: : ,did.,not:save a fellow who is pasyd?-* f it : .membersare and wants to sell o preparatory: :to growing old 'gracefully and gratefully,
.)his l also, while his departure. I shall be disgusted yet ,when Llay,awake_ last"night thinking
su : States is ,when the, milk gives out. We. can't 'of the. solemn immutable fact that
.gees as .knocked it make good biscuit at my house. with after a while we will have ,to ,die and .;
... : our'' breth out sour milk. If I had a cow like leave so much unfinished, I confess J
', /IB n i : full:of thanks. 'Major Campbell's' 'I would take .the that 1 -was just a little rebellious and I 1
stead' : : Campbell as lightning and railroad risk. wanted to have another 'whack at life. JI
tak "din .Men complain about the Alliance Lthink I could mend matters a,little -,
: 'H\ across',his'leaders. Why in the diccance, don't if I had another,chance. Ahl! Major, J.I
J .vttme. :; bless us. they hush growling and 'do.the leading we can'scoff at '!religion and doubt a JI
w sot say : !" Bro.,Chese- themselves. Lord help] 'us, how poor literal_ hereafter, but all the same. we' 11
for mys : ::: ; razorback' ever: 'Mr. Lincoln used to catch it when we have to die. We know that one day 'II
D t life ,with its "Hebsv 'would.occasionally knock at I for. us the voice, of singing birds will
chitterlings. the gate of Washington!! "The.blockhead : call in vain and,the rustle of growingcorn
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\ power rIose. he, of theWhitehouse:; ,:* was a: mild will be no longer music to our
tip ,,'tQ" ? 1 : Iaj r'Campbell : term of reproach. I 'recollect thaimen souls-then, if.it be ,true, as you and I
/00 Ali&oce ducks than called the glorious Lee a .fool believe, we "old boys" will not go ;
separate ; j "county when Be hurled ''his' heroic legionsgai.D"st.the into dullunconscioussleepb.ut putting

,','The : : Major are a! heightS'of Gettysburg:1ndhistory cheerfully down the weapons of toil
: of souls ,who tells us that. Washington was we shall pass into eternal youth.I .1
fought'on( : ( whenever for years,the'target,for the arrows of would rather go through life
F's/ Oa, that : :;; you want them ten thousand cowardly friends{?). whistling and singing ,and shoutingthan <
:wigs*. be: there is :Bro., Stop complaining something.. posing,as a solemn'monument of .
cratic in cassava I :, Don't ,be a clam nor a: gooseberry\ ; but ,wisdom,' and when I give a man a '.
p- ,' mighty near be. a man., I suppose it human, ; nature dollar I would rather throw in,a little
great thankful that to complain, but it is manly to go j joke by way of what the, Mexicans calf" ,:
.. ;; fat f : : :; ; of beauty to 'work,. and remedy the ,evil complained zptlone than bestowan alms with the :

earned- : has,his back of. Even when Moses (not stately frigidity of a man with broad
-opinion : duck, question) Brother Gallberry) 'was making life, a" phylacteries. 'TOM SAWYER. 'J
'mice t about those burden to 'the Egyptian king by ---- -* .r--, -
was : How 'glad awe 'afflicting him with lice and hail, and_ Farm' Statistics-Postscript. ,
; : ] : ., ,Neeld. has boils, and frogs and all sorts of the I heard man say recently that if :
j.p ort n ; with if'riot; most 'diabolical evils you ever heard you fertilized young orange trees with
X that. its, tion' compa- 'of- and ,when he was doing his ''very cottonseed ,meal_ or with blood and
wouid,' ; ; 'running over utmost for the/'people they complainedthat bone you, were certain to have the "k 1
... critic; "t'n thing' to.be he was making their lot worse scale insect follow. Now was'pinning 'I
,Alliance of than before and accused him of tryingto my, faith to both those fertilizers and '
:: uting'glad be- be elected; justice of the peace 'orsoraethingorother would be glad to ,hear from some of
redress._ not yet "se r tell you people] our successful, grove raisers ':who are a 1 1I
the tariff i to d& If he'I will growl. I growl a little myself} I I not 'agents for' any particular: ,brand.

Collins;, : : ; I aven defend.us sometimes. Canany'of our,readers .tell me, from,
A !tion of t1 :? Alliance-would ,?\I Campbell advises me to plow experience, if the bright cottonseedmeal
r being "fissipa-. up my sandspurs and plant pinders: is better than the dark or sea
r .fa sati : AND .FRUIT Why, bless,your dear old soul], man, :: island, meal? It ,usually costs several
,'And f ; : p. 861.; 'It "I've, done done.it,".and the tails of "dollars per .ton more. I will slate, ;
is" ODC ) Alliance to' my hogs look for all the, world ,like a while,on 'these:questions, that J used
of *>tHe. l now, when ,it mess ,of great big, fact, hairy cork. blood .and bone last spring oa my ';
the vclw) :.. ard. Fissi-- screws. My\ porkers: and cattle .are young ,trees'and I find considerablescale
', : J Coleson, would all named. We have Mark Twain, on some of them-maybe I would
wbti id
y : a condition Doctor Gary, Doctor Hood, Doctor have had the scale anyway.I .
.latkm, : maybe ']leave Chace, p'octorPickel (my family take also] wish to utilize some large sow
Hiuck ; PL 'quagmire. i to doctors badly, there, being three: orange trees either budding or graft:.
tk # for if'at brother-in-]law.doctors, and my doctor ing. Have budded them several: times
: : potatoes :bill is a thinpto command respect tj); without success. Will some oae kindly
edged 'lardeth' the we have David and Jonathan, Castor tell ,me how it'is best' to proceed with
)rr: } ; we are .tobe- and Pollux, Damon arid Pythias, Bob hem, and when? 'In ,planting teed
I i p : ,;'for the:.Alli and Lou. But Major, you just'ought for: 'nursery stock ,should ,they Be
cy I of 'innocu to see Doctor ,Pickel; his sides stick dropped where they.are to be grows,
will-be i lightnings out with pinders and his tail-no, his or first planted in boxes and then
of Bro. Bob., tail don't curl for Jt was cut off in in- transplanted?' An answer from some,
ers. : the, :: : and then the fancy. Do you know that it pays to 'one of' experience will adorn this department -
1OIt.-- the T;-U. cut, off a pig's tail?' Well, it''does, and and be entitled to"the gfftti-,
; by*calling:him the, saving'of feed'is a"sub-treasury -of ,tude -or TOM SAWVML,
.,,',' : Rogers. *'Bro. itself. I always urge:the Alliancemen P. S.-It is, a, condition, ROt a.her
-.It:.k to cut off.their IJi gji|| ails. You 'lose ory,. that confronts 'me 'sow, and I
tv" \ |'' here at the.curl, ''tis true, Dwt you gain in lardl 'wouldn't give a picay .forms opimeanot.
about all A"" tail is bard lo fatten. I :
ikem) ,, : pig's. sometimes based upon practical: expo
fuL.t\ ; 'lacteal fluid; 'woader:what such, solemn owls t. :. -..", T4 i.: .
,for : : .to come; the like Tom Hind 'and Bill Schrader ; t ".
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The... Road Supply_of tie'Future--. digested. For our heat, nourishment fields,..desolate and,abandoned, by the RICH FLORIDA LANDS
': T(d.. 1.Itttoer we need'sufficient'protein to 'buildup, touch_.of' science have been reclaImed

Attkaoe Department-:- our'.booies, and 'the, 'carbohydrates ,to and are producing bountiful har

"r :, "Th ie, I.poniblyn >, more marked supply the fuel. vests." G. W., HASTINGS. :
: Inters c 1e Fla.Common ., "
The of converting _
'"r ifidtcatkm ,of interest evoked in, the process vegetables ri.F
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into is The
meat expensive..
.V :former and his' occupation 'by the Sense as to Inflation.No .
.. e of the.production ,of milk i ,'am ,
:" numerous,organizations under various eggs.., A large amount of soil produceis amount of manipulation as to,

.*" names"that have sprung into>existenccin : necessary to make, .a small 'amoun the volume of money in, c circulation:
the. few the of animal food. The" result is that such as heavy inflation, or- the provision
past years, bettering :
-- '\ of a: supplemental or flexible
only the well-to do in most parts .of
coodUioa of the, tiller c f the soil than
of'currency, can by
the'worldcan, eat meat regularly, arid any
: that: the king,of the'monthliesthe, great the poor: ,live entirely vegetables.; means,,effect then, eded reform. The re
:'*Ce ttiry Magazine, for ,the' first time 'Meat'making in the United States volume of currency has nothing whatever -

': viav 'more than twenty years of its is-more wasteful than it'need be This to do with the'rates of interest,
.' comesnaturallY'. from the great soil except, indeed, that an inflation, up
exieteace has
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:.. ,the present volume for' a series. of valleys, which is converted into beef dencyto-' raise rather than lower the Farmers' !. Stop ,and Think ',.
f :;articles from the;'pens of someof; : the and pork by the farmer and ranchman ,rates of interest.

beat writers of,the day in their, special .in those animals that will takeon Capital is stored labor, or the surplus WHY Spend the best years( yourlife
departments, on the subject of ,"The the greatest amount of fat in, the savings of labor. Consisting Of-many cultivating the soils of the frozen '
: Farmer and his Relations to the shortest time. generally small.sums, in the aggregateit North and West raising crops on which '
.''Government: The-rsofthe, series The',agricultural production 'of the represents .the net surplus, 'savings! the-freight is often not realized, when
ins by Prof. 'O. W. Atwater, Director, United States is onesided., Our ani- of wealth producers and distributors. you can buy land from the undersigned,
: think, of the Connecticut, Experimental maland' vegetable,productions contain These, savings are now deposited in rich and fertile as any,known lands,
; "' Station, on ''"The_Food,Supply too;'little of the flesh-forming ingredients private banks at rates of interest:ranging and where you can raise a crop that the

of':the 'FutureIn introducing; ( the -that,is muscle and tendon-anc from eight, to twenty-four per cent,. United States Government will pay a '

". subject Prof.;'Q '}V.. ,Atwater; antagonizes ; f much, of those that serve, as fuel. i of which the depositor,_ labor, gets BOUNTY of$100 on each acre. '
the Malthusian doctrine'that the From careless, culture and manuring,, threevor: four per cent. The residue HOLD On, this isn't"all. You can sell

i iBcreaH of. population is J50 muchmore our. grasses and other:yegetables contain goes to enrich the'bankers. But if it the said crop right there in your home
rapid than the capacity of the twenty-five per cent,- l less of .pro is, true, as it certainly must be, that market for $,250 per acre. You ask.for
.earth for production, that! in:;the 'fiercastruggle tein than those grown in European labor produces all -wealth, then it is the.C"How11 :and the "Wherefore." .
for existence' the''weaker will countries; and OUP great staple, corn; ,' clear that labor pays not only the in' Quite right-facts and figures count best. -:

J be kft to starvation. is .deficient in protein at best, which terest, which stands for the banker's Plant the Land with,Sugar Cane.
,' Before proceeding,to .the. discussion helps explain: the relative fatness of profits, but also the interest receivedby
of future. .food{supply the writer refers our meats. Owing to our large, consumption itself which is:supposedly paid by TO OLD ,Farmers. and carefulperus- J'
to some of the ways in which'we' can and fat meats our national some one else. Labor pays all inter ers of papers; the fact that there is now

' Better ,economize our present;* supplyand dietary is ;also, onesided, statistics est.Almost established near',Kissimmee, Fla., the. 1
how"it 'can be increased, ,by:fish showing that the amount of fat con all business and productive St. Cloud Sugar ,Refinery, is stale
culture, aidralso" makes comparison sumed in European dietaries is from enterprises are carried on with' borrowed news. We .are ,talking to all our .
between the American, and European one to 'five'ounces, while in American capital, such capital being the friends. Sugar cane can be raised'as
dietaries This is shown: ; in.the figuresfor the range is from four to sixteen ounces. savings of! labor. Whatever-interestis cheaply as ,corn, ,and Uncle Sam will

: the fuel.values ,which.are taken -as' We, are a generation of sugar and fat 'paid ,by promoters and exporters pay you a bounty of two cents The rnd
'the me.-.ur.e.of, the powerof the.food, eaters, the result of the onesidednessof is in reality paid by labor' in the on the manufactured sugar. St.
-I eaten to yield heat to keep
warm, ,and strength to do its, work, A reform will'come, when farmers interest of labor that the rate of inter., averaged 4,500? pounds'.of sugar to the,
est on is as low as possible., acre last and it will go 5,000
and are expressed in:heat units. The .I learn to produce crops richer in nitrogen money year
'number of heat units' in European and make more and leaner meat The people, as a government, must pounds this year.METHODS .

.,'dietariesrabges! i : from 3,000; ',to ,,4,200. From !less vegetable material. The assume the banking functions, and ?' This! isn't the only big
'p :: and,in exceptional cases of men doing agricultural reform will lead to the .the banking systems of the United chance of your life, however. The ...
muscular work as high as 4,600.? In production of more food from less, States must be nationalized in the interest cultivation,of'rice lands about Kissimmee -
the American <}dietaries ,the 'range :is land. The dietary reform will .result of the whole people.. Labor is to become assured, profitable
'fro'm-3,5oo'tu' -7,800; and'in .one" case in eating less food, and food better must, be assured of an absolute secure fact. There is no richer or better )

of severe muscular workas.,high as adapted to health, work and purse., place of deposit for its surplus earnings truck and market-garden lands in the .. ;
8,800. The standard''.for aEuropean We pass,over a very interesting portion and a low rate of i interest thereon. world than the land on the rich over -

laborer calls for ,,050 to 3.ISO.,. and of ,the article in relation to'fish Borrowers must be enabled to secure flow,. or bottom lands about Kissimmee. -
for an American .1 laborer: 3,500.' culture ,and irrigation, which will 'in capital at;the actual cost of the banking ., Write, for confirmation, to Col
We are better ,fit and do more future be'a, very potent factor in in- system, added to the interest paiddepositors. A. K. McClure, editor rk&Mphi.
:work.than t the people of,'Europe, but creasing the food supply,,together with. ,Not ,one class but all limes who --has*personal knowledge.
we use much,more food than-we'n ed. extracts, from .reports f the results,of(: classes must be. beneficiaries of the Then'in lands, for ,orange groves,or
.>;' A part,is wasted'and,a portion is, eaten, gardening in the vicinity: of Paris,and people banking system.-GEORGE C. groves already cultivated or bearing,
# o'- the detriment .health. The NorthernGermany: where: eight to WARD j in Southern Alliance Farmer. :, I"can[ satisfy u that your best interests

:'greatest wastefulness in ,the. production < twelve tons of vegetables and :five: to lie in seeing me before any one else.

and use,of meats. ten crops a year of a value of.$ gto BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The h *Un
". The: chief use,.of 'meats in the 'nutrition .$1,000, are a common occurrence; his WORTH A GUINEA BOS. iulncss and beauty of Kissimmee :.r
-of i is bread reference barren heaths,
man to supplement to once that
c have never been questioned. No
potatoes and other vegetable food: are: now more productive than our
diphtheria, no consumption, no pneumonia
r 'Our food furnishes: us the material most favored alluyial soils, to, the relations : -in fact, read our medical ,
to, build up the frame work of,our, of science and chemistry to Beautiful cottages villas or ,11.,
:bodies, and' to yield heat to keep, farming: and; which i is really of'the P NLESS N EffECTIMI.C lots report.suitable for residences.; Write.for .
them warm, 'and to eve muscular most:essential interest to the Southern -
terms and particulars. _
'strength(for work. Blood and muscletiase ,- armer,and horticulturist. if
COME SOUTH And untold
.' and tendon are made from the Science has taught,how: to reclaim, ;i Ali > get '
so.called protein compounds, such as impoverished: lands, whether poor' by PATENT quantities" of ,the grandest climate IB
the ravolme, which is the basis of nature or exhausted,by cropping, with- ; the world free with each acre of,grournl

,fea,meat, casein '(curd) of milk, and out return of plant food taken away.: ., PILLS Ns purchased. Come where you can till
fhrtea of wheat For' fuel -.to. yield Prof..' Johnson, of Yale University, the.soil twelve months in the year.

heat and muscular,. strength, ,we' 'use: says: I At I least write to me for full particulars. .
CMfeohydrates such as -starch and (/Chemistry ,has. ,taught, agriculturelow i; jr ji .M.. CANNON, :
:'sugar, mad'fats,. like, the oil of coin to utilize',the refuse,of; slaughterhouses \ .X1MflmHtH: : Flil. l
Age it (tbVlandu of 1 he Dl *toa CompoaUi,
aad.wfecafc> ,: the butter of raftk:and the :and fisheries. It has found OI alt a Take 3R cents a.box.' f for the AHteefated.B !Iiway.1aad.aitt MM ;,
W;wait: Meats.. Vegetable foodshave: vast ,deposits'of; fossil phosphates ',and New York Depot,35 Canal St. "Ja tk ef Kfawimmee Land Co. oJ
,- carerrke traektog,
,'late;'j protein. Beef; mutton, ',fish, shown how they could be quickly converted 1 fruit' grazing,sugar timber,: general fafarfag, 1
,. HMk, a d, ai mal foods furnish into precious fertilizer,:*" O- YOU NEED PRINTING OP ANY'KIND? and Lease lands. 'Send fen.af> showing' ,
'Se ct to DaCoste Priatisg and fuMahlngKoese : ...
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: .. his the] Downfall of Peach-Growing in i 1
tke reputation of Tallahassee wines ers would ,emulate example, '
-/ : pb. ;::' His Sauternes are conceded, to be the price of oranges would materially ad- Maryland. ..::1: j

finest made in America. The establishment vance. There are thousands of placesin But the, destruction ,of these great t 1
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-. ; ,will be under the :direction the South where oranges could be. orchards is,rapidly goingon. In the hipper

A good deal of complaiat,II-.h d of these, ,genU .-Orlando Re- sold .at fair prices if growers would part ,of ,the ,county, the "yel ,
,afat&st the', gime kws. ,as :regulatedin porter. establish, agencies. It is a mistaken lows" is making-sad inroads, and the

some of the,Middle..Florida"C9-un- idea that all, the oranges ,should be< utter:failure of, the owners to promptly i

tie*. TliecxroaisaooersiiiTaylorformace ; ,Mr. J., H. Kelly,*a resident of- 'Belle' shipped to Eastern marke'ts.Gainsvil1 destroy affected trees is allowing it to 4'

apparently wished t tp.exclude: view;for,several years, ,who has:raisetgranges Sun.Notes spread rapidly on its march southward, iso
winter. tourists from hunting .deer.c for himself and"knows in:what I that it' ,is 'only a question of a few ,

To do that, they have_made deer/:h nti shape they.should ,be placed on the' :. :From. DeFunlak bperlmea- years'when these great: orchards, which 't
,i is slaful' in the .spring.:and summer: market, has just'returned ,Massachusetts. 'tal 'Farm. this season!:are putting millions of baskets i

when the does, and fawns rook seed ,He informs -us that it. is i OATS-Are being more appreciatedevery of peaches on the market, will ;
I 'proteot on. This is 'the'complaj !t in put none. I am not sure, '''however,
quite distressing see the:manner: by the Southern farmer: lI
that'reaches: us.-Montkello Gbnstlttrtioa. year that'the destruction of' orchardsin
which .Florida on the( I
oranges are put They constitute almost a perfect food l
11.Ii \ Boston ,market. Green, sour, unsorted for the hors and are especailly desire I Kent ,county will be an evil l to be t.

it : *** .;- 'and poorly packed fruit in dirty, able in a warm climate, therefore, the deplored. The late Col Edward'Vile

Talking about large profits 'from.HHIl cheap boxes meet the eye. It is, only best method of production is a matterof kini, ,who'was at one time the largest !

industriesbrings to 'mind a'remark here and there that evidences of care vital interest. Our experiments peach-grower on the Peninsula, was II

fi-w'; } made by a resident of our thrifty and painstaking are seen on the part! have necessarily been ''very limited seated.with,me on the deck of the !
Amelia. He'said of The result is' that thnearly Baltimore steamer as we approached the t
'. little suburban city, ... shippers; < with this crop thus far. The best results "
that during the I last year his hens'had ripe well-packed fruit ,what have been obtained by sowing landing at his beautiful, home, River

!t:' given him 1,800' dozen eggs. 'These, little there 'is of It' thus early in the the last of October and ,during No: side. We were,l looking at a field sloping 'I
!: were sold in the city.at prices ranging'' season, sells at good prices. For a vember. Winter and spring sown to the'river' ,- from which a"crop of

from 25 to 30 cents per,dozen,'netting large proportion of the unripe fruit oats yield less per acre: and the grain wheat had ,j just been harvested.

i him nearly $SoCr. Of course...this'sum commission merchants. unable weighs less bushel. e'Theresaid! ,Col. Wilkins, ; is the

T could have been largely increased.had to get a reasonable price; .i in' this event! As a fertilizer per, the best results have first crop of wheat I have raised in

I':. .. he not devoted his time,,and attention they-sort and repack and succeed, in been obtained by using a large percentage sixteen years; i it measured thirty-six IbushelS
to other matters.:-Fernandina! Mirror.. obtaining a, fair price. This extra of phosphate combined witha per' acre, ''and, I have made !

labor, ,:asa matter of.course, is chargedup moderate pencentage of nitrogenand forty:bushels, on this'place before I ,
*' ,to the.shipper ,and justly j ;' and his went,into peaches. I would Have been
in the fall to be suppli-
We do not the abolition of the I
urge ;. '
if I had
cotton but a contraction and a returns are small, }Ir. Kelly also:says mented with a liberal dressing of nitrate better financially
crop, that;Northern people an.idea, that of:soda, in the spring.If stuck to wheat, corn and grass, instead :
filling of the, surplus area by other: crop
this'year's of Florida isthe :.of putting'out peach trees by the
crop oranges of stubble beggar weedis
paying tobacco rice cane, peas pea
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crops- say hundred thousand. The devotion of
} known and will .1
largest ever they turned under in the fall the yield of
peas, corn, ground peas-all of:whichare hundreds of thousands of of her
With eastern get our fruits very"much cheaper than oats will increased The.quantity acres ? j
profitable crops. heretofore:-Bellevfew Blade., best lands peaches, has not been' a t tbenefit.
of fertilizer to be used must be regulated -
and southern Georgia, ,raising more to the agricultural advance
Sea Island cotton than, Florida 'with *' by the fertility of the soil. The
The fruit this is all the ment of the country., When the peach -t
,the increase of the, long.stapleJn-the (i) year .on..t oat plant is a grass feeder and requires .
it is is good all are happy, but when
Carolina's.and'with the Egyptian' importation extreme tip ends consequently liberal supplies of the mineral crop
of the 'same article at,a delivered ail-in sight: and gives the tree the'appearance elements in the most available form. there is 'a failure ofthe crop, which is
of full .the case nearly or quite as 'often as a
,value of twelve and onehalfcents having large, crop Moreextended and carefully conducted ;
'when in reality there is no'more, thana experiments will be required Cull crop, all these acres of trees must
per pound, our cotton producerscan't : A who ,has had 'stilt be cultivated without any return. ,
{or"even '"' prices 1Ccrop. grower' determine the best methods of producing :t
hope expense
l in the So I think it is very probable that the w
experience was ,our;grove this important
much .-,, crop.
10000ger.-Lake City .Reporter.Boone's
: wheat fields of Kent"county\
other day and, 'was asked how many winter bring, a y
RYE Is favorite for'
a crop income of clear
h boxes certain tree would have After better,average money
1 early matures _and:is ready examining' it ,he said "five boxes., pasture and', forage. However, the than the:peach orchards.. The growth

for'use.and for",the- market in October The, fruit was counted and the tree greatest caution must be observed, in of a',great.specialty is always an im.
and November. This orange, seems' purchasing seed. Last fall the, station,
contained exactly 259 oranges, or pediment to general: agricultural adrrancement.H
to be the result'of some, cross., It obtained the seed usually .retailed.
about/two boxes. Other trees were \ That this is kue, the old
., was found in fruit by ,Mr,, Boone'two, estimated and counted with similar southern grown rye. It was drilled fields all over the South bear sad wit-
:. er three years 'ao. He at once 'saw results.- Since then other groves have i n.well. 'prepared and heavily fertilized ness-Southern Planter. .

'f 'tbfttit: was desiable, and :purchasedthe been examined with similar results. ground in September. Two months 1 ..
I' afterward seed known to have beenrowri "Dried rare
of the Bananas
original tree. Specimens:
The size .or'the '
((2)[ ) oranges' are
v fruit .were:submitted to leading, .fruit smaller than last,year. Last :season( ; in southern Georgia was ob. thus noticed in a_ report on, the
t growers and at, once met with their the writer's ,oranges ran from nine to tamed and sowed beside the first plat. ,Trinidad Experimental Farm. Attention -

;' approval and ,endorsement. -It" was thirteen: inches and made from sixtyfour In sixty days the latter was eighteen has recently been J; .,turned'to-drying -

too early to make a noise'about.it, but, to 128, to the box. T largest inches'two feet high and ready Cor'firs this fruit, at first in the open air j

r Mri Boone' at ,once 1 began systematicand oranges: this year so far October, cutting while ,plat No. r never,grew but:owing to the damage by myriadsof

extensive, "'propag tion. In the' measure scant:nine inches.. So it will 'upright but.spread out flat on the insects attracted by the,sweet fruit,

: .... meantime he has watched-the>fruit to that it will ,take more' ;roiind. Florida grown :rye seed is the dust; etc., a failure was anticipated.
3C seen .oranges '
!' ascertain if.::its'early' ripening "as re- to; the. box. than last season, ((3),' The said to be the best, but it is difficult This has however been remedied by

'; liable. It has ,proven reliable ; ,and f"all,rains i 'have induced the,trees.to'put obtain. Itis'worth; from two,to three the, Hot Air Fruit ,Drier, properly
,eo the quality( the fruit is such as, to 'Dn a great t growth aid consequently dollars-per bushel and would be a known as the"xEtna( ,Pneumatic Fruit

L', 'iu o mend it ,to popular. fay r.-: I the: oranges are splitting'and dropping\ profitable) : crop for Western Florida Drier," ,and I, am, happy to'report in =
Orlando ,Reporter. : badly. One correspondent'writing.to farmers to'raise.. For pasture or seed favor of the food work 'done by the
sow broadcast, but for ,cut forage it nachine. This is the dried
know the causes one-fourth of his"rpp ;
M A sew enterprise which bids fair,to : ,is, on the ground ((Se.ptembef.28)). should be put in drills two to three fruit being accepted Xondofl, New j
",: be as prominent .as, any; ,and which lVeliavelearned; ., one young grove, feet apart. The Alabama : York and .Canada at remunerative
Station of tenons '
wilt have an important :bearing.:upon irst-cropcntirely' on the ground. If reported a yield prices. Orders"are, on hand for these
with four
the f fruit growing! i interests"of'Orlandoa ; :this; isthc; ,state of affairs in the orange, green forage 'per acre, places for morethan, two tOBS.
d vicinity,- is -0' be established,herein b pelt l the question of over-production! cuttings from September to March._ Samples have been' sent:to Germany,
= This will receive careful attention Russia and France and other countries.
a short time. The matter has air: for,1891-92, solved_ prices ,must crop
ready: been determined:;upon and, the be firm and demand steady.: Tropical at this station, during the present sea- In advocating, dried,bananas I ,by no

plans :are .fully! matured. ; "The, newinstitution : }Florida,, Palatka. son. The soil should be made rich'enough' means 'suggest that the: .export of the .
will be known as;the-'Flor- \ :-.- *. : for cabbage. taw article should be' given 'up-only
ida Star WiDe Maoufactory.; Its prin-, New Market for Oranges.I L, W. PLANK, Supt.. that the drying affords a means of dis-.

eipAl promoters:are ,PrO, E.;.'Dubois, D., C.Mclntosh,'of-Hawthorn,..was I I .' pool to those whose: me ns'ofi, ,inlaadng

of Tallahassee, and C. G. Trash, :of in the city yesterday. He says;he,has 'Every one who owns, a chicken transport prevents their profitably( aler-

I Mew York .Both of'these gentlemen' :hipped i,500'bozesof oranges; to Dal should 'send.'to Messrs. Geo. Q., Dow the fruit for shipment lie fruit 4 '.

w ,att:"wwcmakers,of,HftfaBg nper eDCe: I laS, Texas, and,is still shipping to that & Co., North Epping, fl. H. for;a,setof can be-dried withia: twenty-four.hours
Wt; Prink was one. of the, 'earliest i: point, where he.has for.several years. ;' instruments. ala' temperature from '136 tor.J6e'j

'4eertt and ,wiftera4wrs.Cali- part'found"good, market. Mr..'Mclnosfe's .; their caponizing : ', See higher thane.time fntit..&... 'Th

,, 'Prof. 'Dafeok 'has ettabfahed. head is'.evel"aad'ifQt} ir: growt' '': their ad. in, this ime. :. ': I drying'ic dune b ce ',m tfet y4' cF. "
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gyirtsii,1S1] ::* TH1 FLORIDA'DTPATOH1'A1MER: AND 'PX-qR9W'EL.. ;1.,' NJ';

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.aid the:fire pat out;at night;'any kirk "CENT-A-WORD", COLUMN.., a : ML
:: of fuel answers for firing, from*patent .TarditfOrange.andLeonardy Grape '

foe* to cocoa, wood .chips. The fruit To insure InserUoa in this'cotemn, advertise
d meats and be accompanied by the money.AdtitIsementa LAST spring buds on stocks from X to.2 lathes in diameter. As thrifty, beaJthy
$ be ;
'as large as .possible andqdk'ripe mast:not exceed fifty 'words. \\a d well-rooted trees .as can probably found in-the State. 'The Leoa&rdjr

'the skin'to.be removed and, Postage Stamps received la paymest. Grape Fruit, though a-hybrid grape fruif and-sweet -orange,' is practically a typical .
the fruit'then lightly scraped Whilst Count every word,including same and address.' grape fruit of superior.quauty. Also Mango? ,and'Avaoado per trees.

; fa tee drier the fruit to 1 be.t turned twice ; u.is 3m. OYBUS W., BUTLER, ''St.' FetersTkRrgFla.
or<'three' times carefulljr to ensure:an TTOR' 8ALH OR 'KXCKANGS-NUgara: : and ,.
'. r Delaware grapevines, a years well-rooted; : UPRIGHT PIANOS., .
,even drying. The Inaybe'seen GREATOFFERPianos -
; rom cuttian,true to name;2 aDd 3-year-oldpeac ;
undergoing the. process any_day, and trees,with dormant buds. Also a fiae lot of sugarcane and FINEST FACTORY
and cassava seed. I exchange with
a: visit will furnish. all i information de- anyone for-young orange trees,* sweet'or sourAddress Organs,
sired. ** '. ].H. W' Lrn,HaaavUle., Fla. it sa 5' Always ready for QUICK SHIPMENTS of'Finest
,- O.lrlal i. Pianos and Organs Direct to,Your Homes..

Incities: and large b.4 towat'Ihe -purewhile WANTED correspond in the growth with parties and manu with x y Dfon: From' REV.J AS...M.. POTTS- D. editor of Michigan .

facture'of tobaa=o. Cleared..land and buildings yutnator Christian ocateDetroatMick7osaythat:
eggs generally command the best suitable growing, curing aBd manufacturing 4 ere are delighted with the Piano dots not express
:price as they make the best it,if desired; GKO.C.RXXFOKO, Rixford, Flat. ,. the fact. "We are jubilant. If all jour instruments
appear' 'U.19"3t, ,.,. T. Son rhinos a Or.- are as fine in appearance and as pleasing in tone as
aace when boiled,and/brought' on the BEAVER FALLS, PA this one,your:patrons will rise by the hundred."

table but those who want for DROWN LEGHORNS, Plymouth Rocks. Lang .Prom PROF._E.IL PECK Valhermoso>> Springs, Ala.r "We could mot be pleased better with
; eggs P.shams and Black: Spanish fowls for sale. Or. tfadealing or tone;quick in response and melodious, la short w. are highly pleased with the organ."
,cakes' puddings, and other preparations -, ders taken for Indian Games. ALBERT FRIES, From B.D. GRIGG8,Adairsvill> Ca.,: "I am well pleased with the organ in every rapect: n is
St. Nicholas, Fla. it aU claim itto be." ,-
and know what about you
they"r ; .rota Y. M. C.A.r per'T. O.COOLEY.Hilliboro, N. Co: 'The organ gives entire satls4 Uoa.
choose the' dark shelled eggs, :as:the BUDDED orange frees, finely grown, newest Every one who has seen it i*very much pleased with the instrument and the prtet oq the saia*."
: & varieties, 30 to 40 cents. Call From BEN. STEELS, PreswL Ark.: fcmily3s: wall pleased.in evtry+ rwpeet with the
;yelks are darker in.color and of richer- address, ,O.ROWE. ,Okahumka, Lake Co.,Fla. organ. How you sell them so cheap is a wonder.1'Swxjgct _

-quality. U.I9"6t
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'For- :;Dy spepsla. ,_.'... FOR. S.-.POWERS, Lawtey: ,Fla, II-Ig-1t I TheDaCOSTA: PRINTING HOUSE

Use Hereford's Acid Phosphite.! WRITE to w G.Tilghman, Palatka, Fla., for ,
regarding his book on nature's
law that controls the sex. It is of great value to i
DR. .LORENZO WAITS ;iftsfield ,' .
tock breeders, for with,it can have either '
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Mass., says ,''Frojn its use for a period male 'or female'atwiU, .. No humbug,because, 2 : .. AO (SOSrVIL'hB] F L\ ., ;

0about' eight weeks, 'to.the:exclusion can to be its had merits.to be' paid for when,you'are 11-19-101 satisfiedas ; ,

of all other remedies, I,.attrib- URTILIZER.--Send for sample"'and analysis Was destroyed in ,the great fire August 17th,but Iwiah: t*say to my friends.and J***

ute the restoration' to. 'health of a .F_ of my special mixture. $jo a ton. ALBERT, j that all ordera. __
r patient who was' emaciated' the last YESES,Jacksonville, Fla.. ', ItFOR patrons: Qr -

degree, inn. consequence' :of ;nervous SALE-Orange and lemon trees on sweet

prostration: and dyspepsia. This pa, native Florida sour stock.lemons.Seedling:'LAKJX'grape REGION fruit NURSERY''trees, PRINTJJSrG." : : : : and. :BJNDXNG, : i'

tient's stomach 'was :in such an irritable <;O..Aubumdale,Polk Co, Fla. 11-19-41 ,.

co.dition'that he couldnot;:bear -1 T ANl'JU>-Smal1Bitter-nrcet, Seedlings. Ad "Will'receive the usual promptness and.attention,

k either liquid or' solid food. ,An :,accomplished VV dress,:;statins: age and price by .hundred, .
# physician,of many years'experience packed Box 3, Saint ,Fla. '__ .it'

{ whom T called in;rconsultattOB TJOREIGN CRAPEVINES-Of earliest and HBW1YPBJ' HBW PRBSSBS"HBW IACIIIBI;
JL most reliable varieties, selected by 10 years'experience
pronounced' :his case an.incurable in Florida. Chasselas Luttlcnau Mad- ,

one. At..this stage. I' ,decided, to eleine Blue and other Send for' circular H.: ; .. .. .
VON LxrmcHAtr, Earleton, Fla. ,II-I2.3rn -
.use Horsford's Acid JPhpsphate-which Of the mostiapproved\ patterns, will be put in the new office throughout. To ac- -
", -:Fine, grade pineapple slips, also -
'resulted above mentioned: : '
as WANTED l :
commodate needs I have) out
h ? Franca' lemon trees,gaaranted stock, > ; -* my personal bought

PAIMB'S' (No\ P.auf':STMPa&ir fee Batil;Wafetegton Patent.ob, II-I7-1t The Times-Union Job OMce and Book ;'
Printing Bindery
Write far levefitor'Guide., .,1Y1 1 fcNBAL. 'GILLETT PEAS,Wal.,7$. per quart',post paid n-S-Jt WM. : ,

PLANT 'BED CLOTH.Cheap : -T'/aCONTE, buying and either Kieffer, don't pear forget trices.that the If you Florida are Arid will! conduct my business at this stand until December 1st, when I will mere

Nursery is at the same old place.: Address T.M; '
"' into the New Building specially erected for accommodation.r
substitute for glass on hot';beds, cold PtjLESTOir, Proprietor Florida Nursery, Monti- my
frames, etc. Three l'fades.'Ll' ; Medinm. { and cello,'Fla.: n-5-4t ,
FOR FLORISTS GARDENERS JY Hya ume. Yemon and Zingi trees,"3 to 6 ;
feet high. Also .3,000 of fine variety not 'yet
TOBACCO, QROWERS.ErC. named by the Department of Agriculture.... Local '- ..
names: ,Sanford's Imperial,Tnumph etc. Trees Send us your orders. Large contracts. specially estimated on. .
to feet AH.for sale R., :MclRviw .
I'Petee from 2 3 : cheap. J. ;
,. frost, promotes hardy. :vigorousgrewtli. Gainesville,F1&n,: 5:10t
Will not shriak mildew. '
or '
..... JAPAN Persimmon trees. Choice varieties. Ten CH.A.S. W. TaOOSTA., Proprietor.
per hundred. Address T.. B. &C. E.PEARSOW .
,Archer Fla. n-S-5t .NOVEMBER' 11, 1891.

r P EPAIR your old family Bibles;.make them .; r
]\ good as.new. DaCosta PrlntinC- and Publishing -
House,Jacksonville,Fla. '- WONDERFUL !

ra For_.1 'b,.'leading dry goods house,.seed*. WANTED partner a vineyard of eleven; : IBUYJIOW 'tIT'S.. petroleum New ..Treatment Send stamp Jw fcr Ca 3U
Fla. Offer for salea
county .
,teen floriaU,: etc., Pot circulars: aDd .sample* valuable farm;orchard and vineyard near Rich SPECIAL : free. Agents wasted.

aflP&i mond, Va ,C. R. CuLLEN,-Lake City, Fla.I029.4t [SUMMER SALE5O SUPPLIES CO.,710: & .Y.ICMI .

t"',, 'tI Sotrth'SL':,New-Yoric, Nr Y. rREG' -Everbearing Strawberry plants.The 00"I I ISCALES

'.Atee watft'JNVOlO1'eR from 2J J(cents-per square ij most wonderful variety known; a good ship.
per and all-purpose berry. Send for price list, t
iAged4.wadted, n-5-am etc. W.,IJ.nmLJtT, Plant! City Fla. l -?9-.t FINE' Down ORGANS Prtce.-toclos at Way. ,11.8.Biased

with Easy Jkr u-8 to$8 monthly ,
$ C 00 Cash order.-Mote's Hiatt Auto "
\ fD!, malic Single Orange Sizer-will size ,-or 819 Cash,balanex toJUU. l -4t4aL'7rslshtyaSd.
t- 250 boxes per day.. Hundreds now in use., Send ORGAN No Interest J TON $35
or<.testimonial sheet; order, early. This' is acknowledged GREAT.; BARGAINS ,- ..... .
by all to be the beat 'and cheapest Moat be sold.' Can'C bold.
'I Mete
::.. suet in existence. E.* H. MOTE'S SIIER,Co.. Write for Br.aln Meet. 'JJOIIPSlI.. IIPgINI
Leesburg'Fla. lo-aa-iot -- -
): 'to 3o per cent., saved by shipping 'orangel BARGAIN I ,
7Q in Coulters' fruit .can'- Address Ri>D. SAVANNAH.'GA. W EL' SUPPLIES", A.r..'
J.COOT.TER, Orange City Fla. Io15ItIACARTNIW GiA w7adAdb.M r ch',.E.geb. I a
The serlesn.Well werlu.Awwe..IL
e ROSES make beautiful ever- .28 FAVORITE SINGER. 11-13 S.CrIUAL ST..CHICAGO.ILL.l
.. gveery.stockproofhes'PlantsandcuttingsErr NEW HIGH ARM. ', ELM &eM.6
.' : STaccr,DALLAS TEXAS.I Iaoo r
., Ale. M.OJf&JLL, Pair nk.*,Fla. io-8-i8t, Style M shown In eat,with foHtattachroent
," .settmgnei'.
iATT MOTE AUTOMATIC ORANGE STZEK. : e and self threading: shattle ACRES.S/ CRCEHHOU i..
s ; f- Bet aiur in existence will,
; size40 : You can g.t.nwmaCJi1aee OILY
.. boxes ,per dav. Brubu OH one aide, Ru I the other. 'Prkrr loc E. H... Morn AVToeeiyic'S1tER'Co., 'Leeaburr.jo8io.,,; & Warranted 5 yean.MlfHATWt '_ i w. er'M the Fall tmd* 1*.,.8 and to* stoeft
Y ,,.a., Send, for- Calal-JKUi:aM teatimoulsl. ahftt. SCWMt ..-ca. i otJl'aUlTu",
:' tubs. itoaee, vi. ,
w WI pay Tre4ght, PlaOade ......Per : ..... Fn '
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rMit; 'reiN e+irsneof e c .:& I) peas and Ink 1 It.., MIld to D.ce.ta Pa tn PHIIIIX IUlIEIY'

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'Kate '., A A vert MM?' HappHe Woii.'JUnUTI'AJroK' We have been, years Florida Central and PeninsilarRAILROAD r=

stooafcLbe made hy Cbeefc., ceMfel remedy for this dreadful
deprives us or.our good home-made .
Pastel isle]! Money Order,or EegMered Lets, found out aad have thoroughly '
tor,to ee4er ofFLORIDA and it is highly recommended by ,

DISPATCH AND :FARMED of Agriculture pertaining that TIlE FLORIDA TRUNK LINE
110 MILES .
< Cholera the same, as a dan .
AND, FRUIT ,GROWERrJacksonville: gious fever with man and must b t "SLortcat and ((Formerly the F. K.&N. Co)offers Increased
Tla cordingly. Oar remedy will qulcke.t. facilities this season for travel to Florida,
they are.wRh others that-have it, having In 'addition to its old and popster
positively cure the worst cases. We nd Pullman 'Palace Sleeping cars connection the LOUISVILLE A NASH ,
(two SUBSCRIBERS ONLYJ:] to'men in nearly 'every; Mate who changemaking direct connection_ VILLE R. 11 at the River Junction, and the
successful cures only wuh our GEORGIA BOUrilERX' A FLORIDA. (tee
'_ Price prepaid by express or mail. UNION Huwannee River route to Florida),arraaged ,
I age;which contains enough to cure j ST.. LOUIS I |f fora-new route from the West and Northwest .
BIG prevent: taking it.' We allow for via Montgomery,Bainbridge and Monti
: to formers selling it in their county: cello, carrying through. sleepers from CIN.. "
,: PEOPLH'S and with Through Car lines for CINNATI TO TAMPA.
//I. and the The road has now no less than .
A&*Don't..send stamps., I I .
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: -! FOR' SALE-One Tress for second.sale cheap hand at Car the North,

!r9fflulillOffer Write foe particulars. Lines for}1 DETRonrn I I namely- Fernandlna, Callahan Jacksonville,
Live Oa'k, Lake City, Montieelio I nod River r
:::: :: : and,Points! lit Canada Junction, making' comfortable coBBecttess:' '
; : ; J r | with Chicago Kansas City and all northern r' -
>.. and the EAST. cities, for which this 'road ,Is specially inaugurated
.: : the a.boye : .
UTe remedy for
IluT a po one Change of Cars to
} :,-. :: i THE use ttotuandc of oases of the worst '
'f The Florida Central
hate been eared. Indeed 10 .
,.lr'ZOTtID"AF' : hi ttt efflcacr, that I will Bend' TWO ? NEW ORLEANS I 'and Peninsular Railroad '
: a freer who will end me their Express and la the greatest artery' of travel through the t
D &r raid Ftuit7" rower 1\ A._Slocnm,-M. C.,'181 VICKSBURC, Points In finest parts of Florida, traversing tweet
P and the four counties Gadsden, Jefferson, Duval,
| |I Alachua; Lake,. Leon, Bawannee, Nassau, '.
For,one year and a copy of WEST. Levy, Oran, llillsborongh, Wakalla,
FOR MEN ', Marion, Folk, Jrfaaatee
this line are afforded an excel Madison, Baker Bradford, Humter, Her
QGardening in Fl riq? I LOST or FAILING : Mountain and surrounding nando and DeSoto-In their richest portion.
STREMTH'or ; ., It runs through the MIDDLE FLORIDA REGION
& euof Body and or HILL COUNTS where are the flae old I

'4LL 'FOitta.ee i. 5.iA.0a.alIIoeDr.JIj. rrora or KNtored.-Fzcesses' in. Pass.Agt, Atlanta Ga. Farming lands and tho Now To. : .
QreuVa..lraAL: 1:5DE: L8"'DOH .& $" Dir.:Pass.' Agt. Chattanooga;
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a..tastily fr.a 50 Mates sad rertlfp ..."' G.p. bacco Farmsreached
lewrlptf 5.0 TpU* U* ." .rof( ) ,, &T.A., -
in rm UtE M D O. ( by no other line) some of them .
Wbitncr's Gardening Florida. a. TI, O. conducted on a large cale Here are Qalacy, ,"

kaadeoraely printed. ami' bound'book..of Tal'ahassee! (the capital), Montteello, Mad1- "':-
son and other towns,from whose comfortable,-
350 pages;b!ing a comprehensive treatise ample dwellings, renew! la a fertile"

oa the vegetable af d.tropical products of I country.'' coming a energy to era :
ploy the resources lavished about them.
.Florid: "by, Fr f, J. N. Whkner, A...M. ITS, CAUSES AND l'f : stretching down through '

Thl book I is much sovght after 'for its Scientifically''treated by an The Peach Country ..
wide .reputation Deafness Brad+ of Baker, Bradford, Alachua and Levy coan-,1 '
practical information. entirely cured,of from,;ro t.o 3 J YR ties, through the jrosperous': r,
:OO', tile'1J.O and after all other treatments have,
$ buys '9t"
,the difficulty U reached and )Ih- Strawberry Farms, ,
' paper for one year. moved, fully explained in a Lawtey,8tarke a Waldo.perhaps superior ;'r.
; I1davlt and testiraonlatsot: curc in profit to the orange grove-It goes through -
Thle: is certain1/ a grand ,offer.: ;Send nent people, mailed free' the heart of the State, penetrating some oi ."
". A.FONTAINE 10 lltb the finest. one having
1 in orders at cm _e. Dr. ., Fat groves, ,

: 70,000 Full-hearing Orange -

jarv Jacksonville'Fla.OP .'
.' .1 passing for nearly a mile between them

', ..' ; making way southward to the Gulf,sad to
: -.x: ft INSOLVENCY' : he more tropical portions ,or the Btete. Js'?c"
;:;: : How Lost How alt portions of.the Slate it reaehes potato, of }.'r,

i -lit COUNTY JUDGE'S "OOJl.Ti .) ScoHlc ,Interest. .(f'
COUNTY, FLORIDA.:!i' f7i'l Wakull Springs in tae'Wet:the -8e WMm e r-

US, CW: W., DaCosta,,' dmit>! strator River as beautifUl' and romaBli, M It if
'W. of tile estate of Geo.C,.Goodrich,deceased, famous,bllver! Springs la the Jake rcgloB
tote of the eo .-ty aforemid, having filed:in. the oF7Jf and the lakes themselves, with their ;serroundlDgs -
oAc of the County Judge of said county a writ : : (CE,CULTIV AT R. of rolling land interspersed wHs
tea awofMtiuM of the insolvency of said estftte, pleasant homes In green grove,stopteg k>wr
notice hereby given to all having ckkfcns n and grove. "The best cultfva to the clear lake fronts' By means'of tfci
file is the verdict of all who ute it. road you can most readily reach the .
of.any i re whatever against said estate to
'. anthtntk ted,- in the office of or on a bed'perfectly adjust
the .IDe.dwtY.: :\ mm and Grounds.
County Jwiaw of MAt t'OUutYOIforbcfol'etheltk'; ; ;lightest draught. Hunting Fishing '
/pHT which time there will fully. warranted. Price$10. The settler will find the "Ibts
day of A..D.;. 1893 at; THE: SCIENCE OF GODBEY & HARRIS. on Hoe of read
be a pro raW pay ent to creditor entitled thereto Waldo a greater opportunity for a varied s I 0tioff et
ASefentlfcand Fla.
and the administrator dwcharged. Standard Popular)f land than on any other road in the Eiate ,
Witness mv name' as County Judge of' said on the Errors of YonthPreaiature from.)llghtett soils to those tmderlaM h
county! ,this 28th,day, of September A. D:. 1891. and Physical Debility, Impurities of clay and marl, and of richest hammeck .'
-- WW.BOWEN.' FOOD I whether for regular mixed farming stock M :
'10 I-6t>; ,County Judge.jMAKESA dairy farming' peach or strawberry ostUttw,
orange grove and vegetable gardens. .
:. The'. tourtel will be ,gratified -with Msreenery. -'
The health,seeker on Its ample. .
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T : route ,can find some spot adapted to J.kwants. .
., On tbe'.hard clay roads of 'MMdfe:
Resulting! from 'On1"lce,Ignorance Florida the horseman will, ride with speed l
,Overtaxation Enervating and and satisfaction, and the Florida. CeBHaI .
fur Work,Business,the Married or Trade Mark. ftttd Peninsular is tire.Sportsman's. w

Avoid unskillful pretenders. Po* 'MEAT,' FOR POULTRY : R nde.( '
.J7' wJU Lr .TA1'W7V work., It contains&X pages,reyal _
1th11 IUTE binding,embossed,foil gilt. Price li&llRJA\J f N OT1C.--P engen from North. n.oo enec. f
PAIL ,mall,postpaid,concealed 1n plain Will Make Chickens Growl! tlOtM having tleketo over the-Wortia C'eBWB
tratire Prospectus Free,If you FOR: 'Morji/rixo FowLs, and Peninsukur to points in Soave Ftwt
'ice tyiOPoN :dUtln<;nUwd aithor,Wm. ](. I' have the prlvltsg of betae takes into JaelcM
CLEAN w cdTed the GOLD AND strictly fresk meat.e.refll117' >n vltl over Uw j *mpe.-j*Use and allowed
f TWO ACRES ,from the'Nati Hfedical A fine, nessoned and hennetl- a)4op-over''wlthnt t he folng limits of thUekett
ATASTTWC. 1r R this PKI7.K KSSAY on 8ibeans. Being ground floe It with retnrat. o tbtr'route for dtlnatkm
PHYSICAL BEBILIT ;) 'free of .mtr.. charge,. g.Bd for. map omatMt / ,
,of Assistant. Physicians may be : sailed with soft food,ad Ml JI"Io.rlda,.' tree, i: '

$71EWAEYEnsnr P 4eDtJalI l'XAHODY or)18UICAi.In n'.at Jowl aa eqoal share.' Prie, A. O.MlCDONELL, G.P.A.,' #:?f 'I
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.,3' ,.'-TkeiFametM! Pineapple Section of/the;East Ceact: .The only puWicationjin'-the( ,,'. ; '
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-":" Bay, between Cocoa" and ,KeyyWeet.. : ,Palms, etc.;: united te Florida.- All tee 'new Peaches 'lal .. ,"t/' AJao a superb stock of a, Camellias;Greenhouse plants,etc., s' .... ---._ :
.Frill : Oar products have been tested. in Florida-for thirty-three. patt. Canal fttaea free. -' --.,
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etiy'oCthfs, Section. '
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AugasM. Ga.
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QRAPHERS, or any other office help
.,': *.,L* JSSe (ea Lake WerthDade; Co., Fla. \, .!' f can be supplied by addressing'FLORIDA :
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Florida oranges 'are'now a'staple fruit in the, English, markets, to obtain profitable ,prices, in the future. it will only be necessary to export good quality.arid.
fend oranges in good condition m the foreign markets. .- --A '".

,Messrs. Smith &.Crouch,'one of the largest, best arid'most? reliable fruit firms in England 1 say of the Liverpool r market'tl1attlfe demand- is now.so f .elt. ;OOQ.... .
boxes; weekly,could be handled up'to January,..with 'satisfactory results if the fruit sound on arrival., lAs -.
one of the largest exporters(of apples-,iri New York and as large importer of fruit from England, my. knowledge of the carrying. ,ability of steamers enables
Me to select Jtbe best to ship'by: :- .*>jll '
'Representing the,best'firms Liverpool: 'and. Glasgow, and ,having my own house'in Londonare also further reasons whyshippers, should send through raeJfs,- .
In order to export, oranges,.shippers can consign their fruit to me.to New, York; If on examination it is in condition to forward ,I will have! the same placed.og the
best and fastest steamer; and send a Bill lading as evidence of shipment to shipper. If not sound enough to export,,I.:will either turn the lot over to any NewYork '

firm the owner may.designate,.or sell it myself at.auctlon. !9
The be steamers land their,cargoes Liverpool! ? so that a cable report sales is received: in New:York in. twelve days after sailing. A check covering about he <

,.amount the proceeds is,then- sent- on-account- the--shipper, by me. In twenty. days 'from date of shipment from Florida it is thus"possible to have the proceeds in
the hands of tne'8bi'1'S. "!
,'. Please'note'the following facts : ;;}:{
"' Large sizes of oranges, 112's-126'x, bring as much as ISO's and 176's. No,matter if oranges are shipped green and are'sour, the earliest possible ,shipments pay! J
,Dead Green: Spanish Oranges always:bring the highest prices, being the only kind in the market.: Oranges must not be shipped from, New York later than. December 1
1st. Th re.is no demand after the.,holidays unbl.March 1st.. -.i \ < ' .,Advances of fl.OO.per: .boxon;; 'your fruit will be made to such shippers.asYneed, money, and such are authorized todraw'on mewith. 'Bills otLading attached.Fury ,'

er particulars and stencils.will.be'furnished<<: by > ;:<.;- ':/" s; *F .. .: J. ,. ?. : . :.," ; r

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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 ca be

foundinany, : commercial'acidulated'fertilizer,and is sold for one-fourth the t price .. .. '' ''*
We have the most complete plant in the State for calcining and pul\"erlZingtll phosphate. ; '}
It k the,best because while\;itslienefits shown at once, it will.outlast all 'Qtbers"f I1d there is no possible danger in its.use.. It,being a great absorbed ofifieiure
it is of great value as a,mulchant., It is worth double the price it is sold! at for this purpose ;alone. Hundreds have used .It, and they all give glowing"teetl Jmoaiak J-
9f its value., Chemists and CIentI&tsJestify; that it is.the richest and safest fertilizer known. -/ _
We want every orange grower and farmer to try it, and for the next few :weeks<<: ,offer it at the,following extremely low prices, at the mines : :I .
Per ton, undried in bulk;.$5 ; per.ton dried and unground. $6.50 ; per ton dried and pulverized, bulk, $7.50 ; sacked, $1 extra. Special prices i i.round lots.. :| -;.,
Fifty pounds:for a full.bearing tree'is a sufficient quantity to use,and Jess amounts according to size of tree. -'tr
,: J It k gobtUor.cotton. It is good for all-kinds of grain. It is good for all grasses. It js good for all kinds of fruit trees. It is good for strawberesand. all load*':
of TMTFiiftbloc v\ *r&KiSead

\'< .' all offers, and apply. :.for'any further information as to freights, etc. to .T. GIBBENS, gE j
? > Secretary and TreaJ1Urer.t.-i .
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,'Tl Ke"a" alyti8 of his. sef. phosphate' ;,,: 'given'by Serge :Malyvan, otbcala.is; M follows! :- .. i, ..--v...- :- :':...i'k' : s... raj.. :" .
r ;"It a .. )' Insoluble Silicate and Sand..1"" 7- s.70. ;- .... ,.' ,
'.t Carboaate of Lime....,....li..f..r.fN..............:......;..a.L.' ",,.+. '.i..rf..a.' .../4-56 ;" :", '. ',' < ,,,:. -L. ...;.'f:.:" _. '.. c
: 'I. .' :,,'. ., Phosphoric Acid..........;..... .............:............,,...:..: .:I.'.....(rr.6))' '.., ', J.J"7" ) ..
'k": t :. : ". Equival fit to Bone Phosphate of I,une.....'....,........_......h........... ;......!....;.:.60.73. -, ,
'; .' .F ,_" .: .... Oxid of Iron. I.......... ,............ .. ......;.....:..{.....,...........,.....'. .74: ...' "'. '."
1', "' ,-.T, -Jt': ,..." "'.. ,(hide ofAluminnma..}.....&,..I............r.'f......}...........'...........;................2.07. "'.:, .- ... ." ::a ,-k- ';"5. :
w : N.''S. .?:. Magnesia, Soda, etc...........:... ... .......:.......hi.........;.........;..........."...!.. 6-59 : ';'.' ',. ...? : "..... .k i :.
f'S""" Mo tiire........... ...t..*4.....i.....*......"......i..........f.......r4....... 6.55 v1- *. r -" ** .; ,f, +. '
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He'also says : *'Your phosirkate.(referring tothe Belleview Soft..Phosphate)will be soluble by gradual steep under the influence of, rainRatergrovided'prifectlybernt ; ,: :;
aad in fine ** .i. '. : : :
<< pulverised: pox der. '. E lr'y :-* ? :X"

-.... as. CoBows_' The safe: eminent "demist i gives:a further analysis of the solubility. of'"this phosphate in,Citrate of Ammonia- ; which. 'la aboutthe," "-' same.*ste:"?*"r .,.sae, ," rainwater, ; \ .,

''Tw Analysis one giving 48 per: cent..soluble, in Citrate! Ammonia, the other giving 5L40: per cent,'soluble in.Citrate..Ammonia.... an' 'avetage. .' of 49.70 percent "
of BotMPliosphate of'Lime, the equivalent_of 32.M per cent of Phoepb rl-c.Acld soluble in Citrate of Ammonia.. ; .;" :f, ":_ ...,
The_greatest amount of available Phosphoric Acid in any of the. high:grade commercial fertilizers k 6 to,9 per_cent :.;

JACIC9ONVILLBPLA.'June25thIsgi.' S f JAcxsoNvn.hnF1.A.JuneII,1sgI. ,
SMajsvmw ?HOf 8A.TECOlDAN'\.j"'CJtSONVu..LEFLA..GeBt1em. u-1 wish to state for'VOur "3J...... -.&. D, GIBBERS, SECRETARY BKU.KVWW, PHOSPHATE C *., JAOCSOWVIIXE., FtA. Dear
bee.:' and for Orange Fanner {a Florida,,that the car Joad of Soft Phosphate which I had irota
1'MC..yJuA' i entirety tW ctory.. - Sir-Knclosed please find, my order for two'more cars of SOft :Phosphate. .I have tised
I placed the same on.one hundred trees ra say grove,'at. Lake ,Como. .It' has riven' my trees aMM eerenty-five tons of this, Phosphateand JUTCnoted with much interest its effect on my
mmdarful growth, given the Jbtiace a'ridi, dark:green color, and for pine lana groves, At least* Orange Trees, The first car load I applied to something over five 'hundred, trees and
to kwt what is required at small cet :I haH.in. fetare ose it if you hare it for.sale,and shaH di-
.....a ne ot Commercial PertfliMca adding to ft smart amorists of Sulphate Potash. I can most the results have been simply! :marvelous. The adjoining five hundred trees received no fertllisiag
checrimy recommend.: it to Orange Growers. Truly yours;, C. B. SMITH. and the difference between the two, fields to something wonderful On oae aide every tree has start
: 'BaLL'KVJR, MAiqoir Ca,FI.A.,,June 8.1891.: ed with a vigorous growth. The finest foliage that I hav4. ever seen fa a grove 'The trees which received
T. DtOnBXMs, Secretary DeBerkw PtiospbateCowpany nvil1e.. t la.: Dear Sir-Inks* no application: have just commenced to start up. Wr. McMasters, of the firm of McMasters &;
.war to yoreiaq Whot lu e been tile remit*of your experiments with the Belleview Phosphate! Milltr of San,Mateo, visited my grove a;;few days since and expressed himself as being very muck
wpswir If'r f fHATMf 'I ant inppy to say t at the results have been very gratifying is. astonished at the growth of the trees where the Soft Phosphate had been applied. If yon remember
<* : its *sRoaipwfrom the Mines(withou1: ryiag or b eiog the first shipment of Pbosphate was made la..than,ci=ty\days since,and,") nt .UM last few days,we
"L'ltolMtWl h11r OH Kr.lsjy 'LeCoate Pear, Pe ch and Orange 'have had very little rain. .
t /STteitav.'!" side Vy side Plama.high grade' Commercial Pcrtil-ixn I am fully convinced that'one ton of the&8 d.. Soft phosphate has a'greater value as a plast
Mine growOt and 1oo e UC the twes; bet the dtflereaoeMi. food.than a ton of any Fertilizer that has ever beet brought. into the State,sad I weJd warmly r-ec-iI'
'price fe o75i35aTj. .. .. theSaA Wioiplia4 the ftrt reaJtefether.# > OIIU end)t4 u.4 tq the Orange Growers of the Stets.' !,," ., -
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Y rleice .)- ..,., Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut and Imitation. Hall Stands;
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'. r B Crockery Sets; Tin Toilet: Sets, Mirrors, Curtain Poles 'and Brackets. _

Hotels Boarding,Houses. Shins Steamers, Offices and 'Priyate Residences Furnished from Top 'to Bottom.' .. '' .
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H; 0 .... Orange Growers and Vegetable. Growers.

:, : : B- kefsVegetable ..
< Who,wish to obtain the highest market.prices on their Orangea'and' Vegetables to
., use'the fertilizers manufactured, by the '



of Pawtuckct B.' I. -, ,
Uniform' food results.. In every respectthe "" .
very, best high-grade Fertilizer I ever Who'manufacture only tho highest grades of' animal fertilizers. These fertilizers
used. J. B.
Supt. Fair Oak
-, ,Grove*,:Maaatee Wyatt, Fla. -.-4"-:_' ,are so made that they Keep up a Vigorous, Healthy Growth, 'and remainin-,:
soil until the Tree or Plant can take it up. s
Southern office and warehouse Jackson-rille, Florida. .. -
(1 .. GETABLESGROW, in. 60' to 90 days,
O., B. WEEKS State. Agent,
'V and. as a :rule,. do 'best on ,a*-manure that, /: He. 8 Bostwlck Bleclt.

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

Bowker's, Vegetable Grower is a'. special fertilizer, upon application., .
: Our fertilizers; .hare given the very best of results wherever they have beer
made to :produce: 'a vigorous, healthy 'growth, and used.k 10-ae-6m -

composed d of chemicals especially adapted to _- -

vegetables,: ',which 'feed this class of crops in a NURSERIES OF THE:

manner to produce a healthy growth which withstands Milwaukee-Florrda
__ disease .and" matures :early. For sound, a

,delicious vegetables of :good shipping' quality, use Selected strains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruit. Trees a Specialty
.Budding-Wood for sale at all times.
the BOWKEH ,Fertilizers. ., -
... Our stock Is large and complete. PROMPT: ATTENTION TO CORRESPONDENCE.: For
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Catalogue. and Price-List,address, tA
Send for:'Illustrated Catalogue, Free. ?

Q L. _DUNCAN, Manager. Dunedin Fla.:

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.x buy ,an orange grader until you '
:. H / atf fowls sent
!eenoneofmyIMPRovnDSTH )
'&' M= ROLLER 8 or 9 grade, combined, usorters # 11 from ray yards, by express
l r 'Era"LEMON 'and,suers, with C8n\'U spouting andother! ,,, 'will >go at'one-half the former
GROVE. rates-a great saving to costomrn. ;
:, ;' impmvementa for the seasonofr8gr and 1892. my
". ONESAOJUSIA&u '' The This k by special arrangement -
; : J twiT rollers are made of SOLID ROLLED
.1'! NINE ORADE.CQMBiNto STEKI iji inches in diameter,are straight ; and i. confined to-
'," ASSORTING&SIZING .wan arrow TRUE AS STEEL"and will 'i fowls from my.rds.
,, i We the largest breeders oithoroughbred
.,; RAN6C&LCMON: always remain so,thus insuring.the ostaoMACHINE' i.. r
curate and rapid grading. poultry in Florida.
''t". as After thoroughly testing steel rollers on oranges .Ifor{Come and see our stock orseed.
I J and lemons last them oar illustrated catalogue aad. ,
spring adopted
.:r.. d Ga,nearly 200 of my deciduous (rutf'gndus price list of 14 -varieties. C;
made this season,-and having personally operated Poultry supplies of all kfod
.-.. them in California on my different size Incubators Brooders >telt
----,----- .graders from the smallest to my large twelve T and Bone Mils, Clover Cotters
CiINVASt,-0 1j, -+ roller machine fatter myself that Florida Z ,Wire Netting.Desiccated Msfe and
Boiled Blood and Bone to make
ft CANVAS $1'0 orange growers and see upon an :
,.a examination of the Improved assorter and .hC'D.1a F
liter, that H has been remodeled with the
.: .;". greatest'care, means business all the time'Mands. head.and shoulders above all others and is just S TO HATCH.
.OK machine have been looking*r. r'E.
I I they : AM6DEN .'
4.3 improved 8 grade;with steel rollers mayy be seen at Nelson Bros.or R.W.Lawton's. Oviedo; ,
'. Tads}*C. W. Means Hvinston;,S.W.:Moody Son 0C'a.J. B. Butts, Hawthorn: B. F. Holland, :'' : OrlsEOelEd. .Fla.. :'
:'," Mpfor. 'L.'W.Lawrence Winter.Park;R. C.M,ciawfordMkanopy,aad a 9 grade at Carl IiQIm4 ---S ... .
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Tfce.bre gentlemen,with exception of Messrs.Lawton,Lawrence,Crawford and,Holmer,

i\\ ,,:.K P fib see.a machine and be convinced. ,Where persons do not,wish to separate bright*from rus. YiNGnUTFITS RFECT
:' ', Msehine. my doeWe steer,or,,even my single steel roller (baby: alan).wM size more "
lenowi+ than any machine in Florida. Any given she in of ncWnM be Beat,: Lat..t I-pr.ved aeap..t: a.l
4 any my may e lie .. ., '
,E aAectteg the others. -. ,.-or maybe shut'off.entirety,if desired; For'farther iafermaor ,K.rate.Nro W LNUe rup..tU Qer a.d L'aMeu>Caa a raas..d 1Msr.W 1.rseeei w ,s.r.a..
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The magnfficerit'Stearoaiiips'of this:Line are appointed :

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both :ways : -ifi'; .
: ,' 7.. H iFeiaylaieYeetv lle3ia'd'1 fw.Yarki1itclsaI 8kW;'Intermediate,ii1eardelttsa"._
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( K. K.), ...... >>XH., ...Ie,......, ,"le .oBYe'ar ifBoatom Cab1n'f7.00; Jnterm tJla ;t21.00: : E=eurMonHf! ; Mnp.-I. :'
OU *h,.at S p. x.. ... ;A8n".,.. .NGY.: Jt itt '!::9AA1irR 'l H JtaKalfloeiit-tHeaiaaalpa of thla Company,are appointed Mil..follow I .
1117.: y OK. 28t.h, ata *o.*-JiOut. .-... L.T".Jd"y. SN..y. ,&t,Sat 6-r3).Aj., ."_ :SAVANNAH'TO NEW YORK: : -
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T. W at.3 r. x...". it" uaJny Nor 8Lh, at9:.....A4ftT.f4..a& [Central or 90 o Meridian' Time.1
." P. x..," U.T..Ma, I"V. 1..h.. at Ua:80 AI i' PiA'XXJCHKK" -....__ .i...,....U..M on diy No''. ;i-611tak.
.t .Nor. .ata, at ,X rt.x,... "_"_ IbdnMIlI.r, .N..v.. .12 h, at .1.t, P.).' .CITYOF. BTRAflNOHAM.......... .. ... .............Wedn day .4-,. 1r<18.
7. }or.: 9a, st 3 ... x."ri" LP..Ma. d,,. Nov. l>th, at 4:;.Air(. CITY OK'AUGU-rTA .:. .. ..... ... ...: ....r. Tifiljiy, *.' 8-.. R..*a i iPALLAHAMMKlfi ..
eieeedayNov. 11th, at J I*, x..' >..Tttt day. Nor 37th, at .&'0.A. r. ............ ......... ..........:.4.--.......... Salurlar, 7- Man
Nnv. 18th, at 3 r. x. ."Jltt Tko Klay, Nor. It..b-, at 6u>i%. x' KA RtHflTY" .H....... .1...: .:. .. .:. ...... .. Monday, M 1-11.8.: .
; 11ATTAI10O IIEE-.......<.......... .. .... _.......Wednesday., 11- l tulp toNACOIH'IJGE.
9'0&.uve.Iy, '! .............. H_..:;.::..: -..::-:: ...1......_._ .I"rIla,, a )3- 33rpnh
i Nov. Ythh. atSP.x.Nor. .."I..1t! "...-.Tbarmlay, Nor. 28'h-.t' 12: O ... x CITY OF I..UUN..IA1I............. .. '/S.4. ....._Paturday,. 11- 40.pfa
:2d,'at 3 P.-x. ...y ."uucla1'. .Ni',v. +. 2&th ,at lUUp.M.* MTY OF.AUGtTHT\... .......*. .. '. .,..fy .' f,. .....*..:..."..Iou..." ;" 'rl&-. ft.'ctP-
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7. '1'0.,. 27th, MtSr,K.Nor. .;'"A1 { Jc.Bday '31.., at *5iOA.'M. 'KANHAH CITY.....;... ....., .' ... .. ..,...... .' .. ou..F da1. 2)- &''aaOH4TrA
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:...,.. ,; I CITY, OK $BIRMINGHAM.................-....-. : .., ...._ Weunwday, M :2- IJOpat
w I CITY.OlftAUOUSTA....... ..... .. .... ..S.... '..f. ..T.4. ..rt .7. :' 17SJMpm
:St .Joie :Rpwsr r 'hie.Ji' TALL ARAPWlCE..,.... ,;.*....... !-....r.' .::.-....... ....tKANBA8C1TY -..-. ,".,.:"'"a"t&7.. .. 2880- L10ptll .
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I ... ....il.te.. 'to cftH fret& Jaeka4>nrill<'t'daily except 8atnrdayat i30( p. m., and fron>Ian.i .. ., THESE. VPAIIACE! STEAMERS,
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'-'. :1DU11yt t Cditteetlwtiritb'the R trannih. Florida and Weitern Rail way(W#rorowSh,rt UU) oBlltr. ".
9:4 piD. NdrRS$tnD' : C in the Trarellnc Public and ablppert adranta e*eq iaUM by no otdar.Ui ... ;' ,
1Jtt... Read:Up.' .. 'r 8lh!TI l ket and Blll of LadI8l'-,18.8ed to prloclpal:p)In"tOrtta$4.t sari.NortawM! :
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....!.,..,... :.... ... ._...St.' Francta! ... ..... .......:4..,..,, .., "41P.II.. R.:-L.WAl.KEK,Bay'Agent.ret' C. U. ANOEKi5ON Bay Afeat' ,
......... .....,.......*.;..here.. otd. ..... .....t..a.c.&1.. ,llfijA..x.. ; New Pier No.**.' VoKh tRlrer, New York.' City Exchange BQlldln8 Sava3aaE; ,'..
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,...;;a.:.........;....;.........$ble rife.._................,....... It L3JAxPaeee.eer : J. D. HAHHAGBN.' Eautern Agent. ,.8r:.,Fl.A Western Rf.Coy fi3l-B tfK1t! J'. KY'. .
> G.-M, 80 RREL:tlen..Manager. T W. E. ARNOLD,Gen. rrar. AgUH: aAt. .....1t4'n.a.. >uS -
." MH.!Ticket dtoefse'We&'Y Street.FVt.rl V '| ForTlcketa;' i apoly to S i'F.A w Railway office.- 5 .:' ,. ,;,.

: KfiNMBXU t K. Jr.,Fla.' PaiAr it ent86'WeiFttBijBt.. .,JacktonjWe;. p1a' ; -- .ITABLIJ3IL D id7ao .". ':,
W. r. SBJfJlt: FA Y.TraY tacPM.eBfer Agent,5 Bowling Green,N..y;
.. J.;e. PJBi.OT9 Prt..AfC,'ea wharCfoot Bog BL JackaonrHU, Fla.. : ,..,J :

JOHN L.. ,HOW A. .., .Fla. Prt. Agent, too Laura Rt.,.Jack onTllle., Tla. ';, 'EL'ZTh5, .&. .;:aOIJH& T
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Time 53 toss hours. between. Savannah, New York and4Phita.< ,

delphm and between' Boston and Savannah. 65 to 70 hours. .

Hew York Charleston and, Florida Lines :. "

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The magnificent- aII sl,1ipS"'or this Line are '.ap- Company. .

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

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Be'.ettn'. 'la.eklIOnTtUe and flew York: 11'\chug. fAtI _,
(STAND IHDTlkK )' ); Intermediate> ..11'.00_ : ixcurdoa51: '
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()at..8'h,- at P. x..."C'UEt 'KEE".RUnt'ay., Nov: 'at 4:30A. x.ee4aebJay THE Mact:1CoentftI.fllr.D&l111ttU: !tau I.untpany are r.pNulntell: to 3tssssym *>]u*'
Oei. 28tb, at 3 P.x..H..at1NULI1..Tuf'.d"y.. Nor at. at 6::)'A. x. eo + ,
Hday, O.H, 39th.. at 3 PMeaday. .."YEMAH.SKE'..ThnrMiayf. Nor 5th .at 8aJ0h.x.. AOM, SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. '
( NOT 2d. at3 p. M. .:..J JOQUOIK" Sunday. Nov 8th, at 9: "A. H rCentralor 90 o Meridian Time.I

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WM:, P.. 'CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents, Grain ;" Garden Seeds and Perth ers= ,

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\Williams & Glark Fertilizer Co. .
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t. .' NEW YORK. Hay, Corn,< Oas,; Flour, BranWheat: t" ..ts/Mea1/ ,"

: Branch Office, No., 729. Reynolds! St., Au
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Aaericus Tree Fertilizer ,. '; $B&TE t. '

Anencus, Orange Tree; No. :1. ,,',. Star Brand Ferti\zers MUR/ATB OF POTASH, :
# Americus Ammoniated SuperDhosphate; < tt|? f .. FRATE POT

,;A-.encus Bone leah Americus Hone and 1'otash 1:
.. Oracge Tree gad Ygjtabfl| ; '
.... Americus. Strawberry Fertilizer FERTILIZER.) 7" KAINIT,
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Florida Vegetable Fertilizer. CURE'FITS' .1 '

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to H 11.11 AJ1.& 4C .CUiKK. FERTILIZER: ce.t Ihircoudat iI dtteM. f FIKJ, ClLBPST ,. UJ ( / \

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: '..Jmbinatio11bA:; .given results tiirpassifeX&yJhiiijg:; :: ,heretofore tried. pxcepjt jin cases where the disease ,

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LAMONJ r areh of valuable their continued use a strong productive? is being.made which will require yeas.-
fertil' ?:and in thlxe condition of toil where a JariftHotmf of phosphoric to exhaust. T -
id w requ/d, o went is so vulual.lelQrvthe dcccnipobiw of Bone, or Florida This brand has been shown by Prof. Robinson's report on Hard Wood Aak-ea:'zA
; hcjha* 'sthebe ashes.. pi*' to be the best in the Florida market. They are'now better than ever and; wit!tout \
The b jnation produces a fertilizer rich |n all the dbfents required by light doubt are the cheapest fertilizer Florida growers can uSe., For other particufau. ,
a condition that pre\eiits 'leaching by xams, reiuIt being'that in address '

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