Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00210
 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: December 10, 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: UF00055765:00210
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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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A01KTS' -, 1i ,.Get, AID ORCHABD: Planting' Fruit Trees;"Florida Clover and Crabgrass Among the Fruit, ON YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. t
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PioiIDA PraaiM iH Pram:Orange Freights;ArtlfleUI Stone Pipe. ; Frost-Proof>.> Orange Potash. for Gentlemen's.fine elePnt1y'embroidered velvet,
FJlV T' EXCHANGE; I DeewBoa*Pratt*: '. .. .' '. .' ". M han F Pruning LeConte and Kteffer Pear Trees; *> ,., ''':', ., : .. *MTH of st. o. Retailers price,$2.50 to$3. ;"*";'
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the best in the world for the price. .Ail,postage -r-
;Cassava Best for Stock:Does Rice Culture Pay, .-dFW*:
PJIee 0 et weekly .ei.t eiftgnlilieJO.W. ; ,TOBACCO-Soil and Manure; .. '. '. .. .' 7. .' 996PorafTET paid by .us. Address'
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fI'oIIur-NotM-Some' Northern Fruit Auction Unappreciative. ;Where and When to Ship; .
.- Parent. and Teacher; ,. .'; :, .' ,. 996 149 Congress St.,Boston. Mass.Send .
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r.Aw. '>-.r 'OUR You a Pouts-Adrlee to Girl;Goose and Partnership; .., 998
STAT NKW8-lC'ot.-ID Favor of CaneTeral;A Mine of Mnck: .. -. -. 993 PATENT GRAZING f
OVa. RpJLL HOKB HoiuekeeeiMr' Panaeeat Germs of Malaria: Dasgers of Galranteed Iron :Jl.
DARNETT BROS.: Water Pans;Children aaa Medletne;Oyster Reclpea; .'> '. .999
.TIm FAKXZKS.A.u.uJfc&-The Oeala Demands;Farm Statistics-No.8;The Evil of Consignment;, ,MUZZLE. :
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fj.... .MBe iJL4.rr-Foot-Hot Checked by Insecticidej Does Orange Growing Pay? ., 1dBRowe. Our ncwSpiratSprlng.IuuleaUcnn. stock to
FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.. graze and',prerenta bro teg.' Price, $-1.25 weft .
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G PALMER, ,. especially fine. Weliave a large stock:_at following prices: GEO. S. HACKER & ,SON, ;,

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PRODUCE A, .SPECIALTY., First o(All.and Philadelphia Extra 'Early, $3.75 per bushel;,,Bliss Everbearing, wra -
O-mag-aa,Lemons,1'tMapIe.u. ... $5 per:bushel. Prices'of other varieties'on application.! ,
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hare the most practical and powerful GrabTT THE ORIGINAL VENTILATED :FRUIT CARRIERS.' aN "
Machine earth. in
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'' and operation; Will poll a lo- cfa tree,or :F Strawberries:: ,Tomatoes! Peaches. ",. 'Pineapples; ,etc Tell us, what you 1"s:: ,
gtsaap with one barse in j to 4 minutes' tame -4. "'
.Wffloo the work' of 20 men. With proper care it 'want and ',we will make.,it, for:you. 'Catalogues,, prices. 'and:::samples on ap' .. ..... 'p. '
,will Jut a tlfe.,time. We hare a safety: lock, a .
take-up'on the spool,that saves wea riag the rope plication. {
short tune-one of the principal obfec- And Building Material.CHARLESTONS. -.." ,
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quoted. Correspondence with shippers solicited. REFERENCES-Mercantile National Bank ;
j .Wm. Edwards &Co.,.Wholesale,Grocers;' Childs, Groff&:Co., Wholesale Boots_&,Shoes; Brad- .
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COlltVRIOHTS, etc. -SP _.
;at prices! given. ,Sure to grow; $ ; .
and free Handbook late to I..Ten sorts tropical fruit plants hire $z. .'
for J6l BROADWAY, NMr oBaw n*Ten sorts hardy fruit plants,novelties t ,'etc,$1.50. .' BOTH ,.1 3 -
securing patents to Atpestea;,
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notice glTen free of chat.e tof .. IV.;Five Bamboos and grasses,$x. ,; '.. '. '_ .* ? :
V.Ten hardy Palms,for avenue. or lawnz.;, ;,=, ',- '. ., '" ; STBAI $ HORSE POM
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VII. Ten rare and beautiful ferns, i.o. >. 1:"'.. <.}-.,; ,,#...... ,_ :;!-I: f
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p; .. ,Whale Oil Soaps,and kindred caustic_ substances are used.. These solutions, by hardening the bark, do_more.harmo

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:- 'is. entirely free from,such substances. Trees sprayedwith it.are noticeable for:the,bright, yellowish .color' of the, bark, which always indicates. a' vigorous,

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-. It is sure death to. ? tr, :Rust Jift/e, .Scale Insects, and'the various'forms of ,fungi. .It js now believed to be'a specific for the "Foot-Rot"

;ii :f T aad.a possible."remedy'cor, theyBlight.: Has been used,by more than"Soo orange,growers the present season with satisfaction._ :>


0' : Spraying machinery in eat. variety at Manufacturers' prices. -Orange Box Material,' Wrapping Paper, Hoops, Ladders, 'Ciippers..N. ails, etc.i of
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:: .Js'the most"effecfive'compoiind t : yet ,discovered for destroying the insects_infesting the:orange t tree, :a,'soyereien' y

:: .2 '1st:.tevanousfforms; of funei on. treand plants.. ]J.eln'freeI( from all substances: of a' caustic(; corrosive. 'or, 'polsonous'nature, )it'-:caitetaiwlled

.:' ( ,-,, With perfect;safety.lo the'person' and applied to the trees at any'.stare"of 'growth without injury.This -

'.f ; .' .' : ;insecticide! has:been.'used by some of ,the largest( 'orange growers in the State during the ,past two years, and has ciyei

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'. ; 3FOR- RUST 'MITE, :USE':ONE- 'QUART '10'EIFTY'GALLONS'OF AVATER. When! used at;t this strength !the trees-should be sprayed

fcr .the.Rpt\Mitetwice; a month through'the season. .Where labor! : onshJqtes.t the principal item of'expense.in spraying trees it'is better

.awl cheaper to :use.the:Insecticide at full strength,-viz.: 'pQe'I@Uon'of solution to 50 gallons of wateras the fumes From ,the; InsectiKilltlfe -

.Mite'even, 'solutioifshoiild touch them. In using the Insecticide at this"strength i it will save
.. ,ptde will! 'Rust; If.the J not'happen'to i :
Jiree'Or fourLs_ ._ raymys.! through the -.season :J thereby"reducing the cost from 'one-third- one-half.! ,This is .an Adraatage Poswesed bySttljhur.
-". .-.CMIIer. ? B.of -If used in.th'is manner.ifwill also'kill.the/other insects that-may be'IDQVIDP".on..the-trees.
,:' >;';. :FOR A''RED.SPIDER. '. ( <[S( \LEt -use one'giallbn,toiifty( ,P llpns'of water. General'directions for using(: sent.. on application *, 1

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_., SPRAYING ,APPARATUS"furnished to" our customer'atxost.' ; ..

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( The. f'reat Fast Express: Freight System of the r IS 0 lith.

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,_ r ..Tlie. &D"or.lhi en'R ditieted to.the Plant 8. 8. LtD between BaTuLKe7.W8taDd Teti pa,and 'fnuth Florida Railway'between-Tampa a dBeie-ri8.iJt; :,fKJ".1M-
.; ,and Ocean Une between Savannah,
v kidge River Junction and Bavannah, Savannah and Charleston Steamship a&4 New
-.,... t+Ree.u JMIuoBvtne' Ua1DNVtU-e"and Miners Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore The beat equipped,fait and moat prompt line between all ponte in,Fterttteasd aByoSSi r2FOYTS
aM MWebanta will the connections.: -.
X'roflt following unparalleled
and Shippers -
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; -: .. freif ht.*service .IW"a11 'point "We t, via Albany,Jercp Balnbrldgc 'f
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.- dtolly < JeRpandS&vannahto..u points In Florida; >>t. freight brains oth vtescravilJe Ofd ,,
.. ,- rosaection ,via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern,interior ,Callahan and Live Oak. .
r.$ t aU rail New.Yerk,'Boston,, Philadelphia,Baltimore,Washington and Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean BteamsfalpNew ( y,M I ac tte. .
'\. .\ -. taelad1aC--- J .' _, :...: York(New Pier". North River,)direct tor'aTanDab.(0::' d8y.Wedae' daI'riB7.aad .. ,
...a week'for"Hew York via Oeeaa.&t--hfp Company. ,leaving BavaBuah 8Marclay. -
r .;: r The Boston 'and Savannah Steamship Compan's.teamenwRl'JKveJJe oaJIIM4.1L
= :..-p.Week SOKSffS JienHBta'! u4 .)(lamTraalJlerlaMoD! Com- 14 and 36 Tor Savannah direct, making connection on the doek at Bavaanan. with'&HH.{
a ... freight trains tor all points. in Florida. -
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every five days from regular sailing day tSavanna1i..t.aB.etoae
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.'. for. PWls-Wpclalevery( R Friday, making clow.onneetton with&,F.A W.Bre'lor,aU pots'- ., +r rare.ubjeit
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.. rope and Oc1d. Root pruning saves 'all the time Florida Clover and Crabgrass leaves of forest trees do wheilt left"''to "' ;.,,

wasted on digging', special parts .of ,a Among: the Fruit Trees. nature's ways.. What I save in } -. '

: Planting.Fruit- Trees. hole to work in the long roots that' Editor, Farmer and Fruit-Growcr worrying' the land and myself' I l ,' ,

('- : Editor Farmer and Fmit-Grower: often cling to a tree from ,the nursery. "I fall into line" as among the spend.in fertilizer. Put me .down'I ,,: .t tan

If causes the feeding rootlets to form unbeliever in 'plant food le ..y ,.-
i 1 read with much 'interest'11Tr;, Geo.. 'poor fruit growers, if the good :
very near the trunk of the tree, caus- be known the in Florida sand. *fr ,
L.Taberfs. article on planting .trees ones are only to by *

'I j ..k: in your issue of Nov. 26. T was ing,the-,,food to be within easy reachof 'circumstance of growing beggarweedhay .LYMAN PHELPS. _
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: advocate .of pruning top is How ..
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., ,:r:; the tree (peach, plum, pear, :apple or) ,: follows. I found that rootlets form can a plant be classed as specially"an Quality:of the Orange Crop_ ? ;(. "
only on this year's foots, not on las Editor Farmer and FruitGrower.I .t.
deciduous shade or ornamental trees]) air plant," and.at the same time '

d, to within eighteen inches of the roots,, Therefore a. root twelve to eighteen send its main feeding roots down away "do not understand; your query: #.. .

i removing all the side, branches.. ;the inches long usually throws out new from air and nitrogen-; '"long tap "What is the matter with the orangesi" ,i-;

tree is but one season from ''the bud roots that;I distance 'from the trunk. root ,to ,serve as a'drain tile to bringup Replying a la ,Ollendorf, "nothing is J_' J,

or graft. This js 'perfectly:_ reliable. That necessitates,'a longer path for the mineral salts from the subsoil to the matter. with them,'' that is to.say-: : :

'and'correct. I 'have trees that:threw sap to travel and it reasonable to which, they have a tendency to' descend in this section. Never have I seeri\a :;.;, :-
outgrowth of over six, feet. from: a conclude that' this traveling so far is in the water of rains?" Who more abundant crop nor bett* flavored -

single bud on trees prunedjthat way., a weakening process J and has' a tendency can demonstrate to us that 'mineralsalts fruit, although ,they do, run i...

t. But we.must take .one step farther.: to retard wood production. ," when in the form_ of plant-food, small in,size. But this should be no -

{ My experiments this, year' with This is a well established principle in: have such a tendencyVhat is the objection, for have not the 'commission -"

,', peaches, plums, pears- and :apples all plait physiology, that the farther sapis binding out of the roots,of orange ,men ,these many years been beg '
forced ,travel the .less wood and
> I go to'prove that'a far better'root system / trees? Who has proved that "Ber- ging'for high counts? Neither ''are. ,

'.. is.established treeil the the more fruit is produced. But in ,and.,
by a roots_ muda grass is pernicious an orange they of pale complexion or

.- of its '-"babyhood"" 'are nearly ail 1 removed. young..trees we do not want fruit; we grove?** If it is, why is it? stale, although,. unless prices improve,

i .. least back' till but want a foundation for the future and in fair be
.' At cut I know red clover. lam ,partial to they are a- way to unprofitable
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continued We often' hear
;;' three four' inches,10ng.' ., : profits : least 'the however
; '. or :My,pears it. I have cut' two and .a half tons of at to grower;
and made : ,than trees bearing, the, ,second..year. Thisis remunerative be the
: r apples ; larger growths it to the acre', "in Western New'York." they may to
those-with, root unpfuned or, with caused by the top and: ;both carrier, who gets his whack all the
But there it fed the tock
: even was to ; ,
left arid the 1 .retarded
forced of \ being on, sap; : being '
,set .roots.' and the manure was hauled back and. same. Comparisons are proverbiallyodious
:. The'peach did not make quite as. in its circulation' causes fruit. spread broadcast'' on the lands. I did ,and such a ,comparison as the

:', : .heavy growth: ,as' unpinned, but' spurs to set, and hence fruit- is a result. not_ plow it under and it returned following, is anything but incense in '
With trees we"must 'make'sh
heavyenough.. Jam convInced.that. young : the of the farmer
f to'travel more than two to one when manured. nostrils orange :
for'the, and
their roots far systematically : rt paths sap New York to Liverpool cts.
are more, from what it did when' left only to 35 per-
that work be done with the
,'_ k arranged about .the 'axis.of the tree, must pruning probe with its tap-root for:' mineral: box; Jacksonyille to Savannah, 40 cts..
shears. .
: : .penetrate the'soil at regular angles to per box:
e.. ,sik the nature, and inclination of the The time is coming wKeri: 'nurserymen '
," : I have used beggar-weed for fifteen Our Jaffas and Mandarins: even sev'
rt.: 'tree, while the unpruned: .formed but will sell'trees by the size they are ; .
eral weeks deliciously sweet
cutting it for'the most part as a ago were ,
in diameter at the collar of the tree years
very few deeply penetrating roots. forage. It is excellent then- and even Double .Imperials, formerly
and not the height is green
by as
? What does'' this root ,pruning all ; till late in winter sufficiently
tart now
not so good for hay. I never found are ,
Some do'sell the
::: ; raeaa? It means that our method" ,of many now by out before that it,was a manure.. saccharine, to suit the average'
diameter of the trunk but'that is not
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Mandarins divided
: palate.. transversely *
quite exact enough Large'size at the 'In the grove I prefer the crab grass
and the careful work so, clearly stated reveal a darker and higher colored :;
collar shows strength and vigor and and it, to a considerable extent,
F by Mr. Taber in the latter part; of his pulp than I ever saw before, not
'" such trees and root pruned will gathers from the atmosphere. Whencut
1"article, above referred. to would be- but
merely apparent, potent enough.to .
and left the
before seeding on
be to make 'fine specimens of just
"', : come ob o1cte.. I would differ, however sure stain lemonade 'a salmon color.
it still
ground te decay more largely
with the gentleman on.setting a trees.What The juice of a'andarin added ,to'a
the and deposits :
.. ., a 'great saving there will be takes from atmosphere, ,
tree in practice on a large scale. Our of lemonade gives it a-
In freight and in l lumber for huge in the ground for future use,
.- Maryland! growers could, hardly be, well it. It is too
boxes! Nurserymen,, should be ordered taking up moisture from dews and ,;: just try' early yet
.. :induced to operate on sO'slow"a planas for Bloods to,exhibit;their sanguinary' "
: ;: by' to remove the, tops of the leaving it in the soil daily., It will
':"" lie;'recommends, ,although I agree growers qualities, but later on they will doubt-,
and all limbs before shipping.At make :its growth after the 'bearing '
,that iris quite thorough., There is no trees, .. less satisfy the 'most bloodthirsty.Let .
l least three times as many trees can orange tree; has completed its summer
time need for dirt :
or working
' among be placed in the same shipping ,box. growth. Why 1 I have some; of it know'wheI1 you are in Jacksonville
What a saving to nurserymen now, a green
tHe off ,
,) roots are not pruned Simply
land harrowed the' aoth and 21St boat. ,
time in the fall to was
throw the loose earth and'stout When comes
If r had the button that
'don't by
of lastSeptember. knowingly only
1 'o( the tree .arid down 'done in a "take their.stock they can,precede
:, : jar up : ; : Times Union who all
:: permit robbers in -only reporter thinks!
.. ... will make it flow down that work with pruning shears and remove my grove
.> : moment; hem helpers, and crab grass is one, of my early fruit'sour and unsaleable, and
and the roots a1m05tas, smoothly all !the toj sand get :out ,of
' : be best helpers. I am so, much ,of a"hayseed" who is perpetually pouring pungent
as water.., Throw on more and a the 'way. When dug, they can
'Y' that I believe that the philippics and pointed paragraphs
: shake'will all the soil more'compactly'packed on the wagon -
second ;, '
place it.would be
"sand dune" is getting richer and upon premature pickers,
be dried out-aS is '
and not so severely ,
,the rootsinecessaryl: Throw'onmore ,
among : : how he could
richer, l know it leavesme refreshing to see many
earth and then tramp.with the often the case : .when piled upon! 'a year >y year. and
without to note the
when Ibalance eat winking
over '
something more
like' load of With"all
\. ,":' feet. Finish by filling level or slightly wagon a hay.; Oliver'Twist'of his countenance.
the and returns.
; the manipulations there will outgoes _
: '! killed up with soil and the, work, is nursery '
:--. done. Three'of xnjr.students.ten be compactness and it will be more Until lam "convinced of the error I was away part o.f.tbe summer, but ,

: ': in ten minutes: and did it possible to do rapid' work. "With a of .ray ways" I shall keep on In the those 'who staid behind said there was
'plum trees
-,: : "old not' usual rainfall.: After all there is
plowing the
path, any green
: well; But if well root pruned all the proper understanding tree:growth;
:>. is'unnecessary.Simplytramp: there will: soon be developed a new' stuff ,under,/'Worrying the land less something,in artesian water and the
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'.. f"- fee soil about them:thoroughly, ;and if era, of tree, culture, and ,manipulation.THOS. arid less, and chopping up the grass I right kinds of.fertilizers. '

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Farmer and Pte#-Grwer:, to harden' tip and 'branch. out again Such} piping, of good cement and It, is probable that there is no edible
r:: '.' I am in receipt ,of ,yours' of sth' from the ends thus nipped. clean sand, thoroughly' 'and carefully orange, unless it may be Tangerine,
;.4 ..- ing, 'What is the,matter'-with'the : Jn;case: ,these, plum trees ,have;not mixed, will without doubt outlast and which"will endure a lower temperature
.$ ': oranges? Has not the 'dry ,summer been pruned 'at. all ,for a year, they be cheaper' ,than any iron,pipe; ,but it than"the Satsuma., 'The,gain in using
_} -',OMdejhem; pale and flat?"! should' be cut back severely this is maxim of the engineering profession the trifoliate stock-if the Satsuma

.. .. _. .. 'These two questions 'furnish.me. 1 winter i arid, then ,the, new growth ',that structure is no, stronger than found to 'do well on it-will be in the
:., 4 j .With two surprises.. First, I: have notnoticed pinched back'frequently next summer. the strength of its weakest part, and if fact' that it will'' not need to be bankedin
that the'oranges"'were pale or This summer pinching back with the, equal care is not taken"in ,the 'several 'the' fall, as sweet.and pomelo stock

_... flat; and.second,' in. this-section it:has' thumb and.forefinger will, make better steps of construction of the cement must be in order to withstand the cold.
s' .t." not; been :excessjvely dry.: Though'the formed top than jn any other,way butas 'pipes they: may. fail just at, the time i To sum it:all;in a word, a: stock, is
..: rainfall here in the aggregate. has above stated, 'if the trees)have never when most needed during drought, wanted,which can kSepcompany with
..i not been heavy, .yet.for the last seven been cut back, they: should l be cutback ( through the pressure of water finding the Satsuma as far north as the latter
.. t ""- months i it has been' ,so judiciously.distributed severely to form t basis for',a the weakest point, as it has done in 'itself can .--ED.
-, that orange'groves. have not proper head, as the growth, if left'to I some cases- that have come under'my 'J <
4 ;scffer ed. .Instead of being pale and itself is ,too 'long and willowy. notice. Potash for Deciduous Fruits.

.: -V, !i. 'flat,I am glad:to say:that ,my .crop.!is I G. L., TABER Growers proposing outlay in this Editor Farmer and P'putt-Grower.
0 of more even and desirable sizes, Is 1 U' direction should stipulate that this Near Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, a few

ripening and coloring better,. and the,: .. Orange Freigkts. great care should be, taken, that the years, ago ,there was an immense pear
j' .quality generally is, finer than ever Editor Farmer and,Fruit-Grower:, '
contractor should give a' guarantee tree with 'a trunk nearly two feet in
I before. I have less scale," less russet, We" beg to own receipt of your that-his pipe should support at least diameter.4. The tree had been set sev:
--: ,: healthier foliage and more oranges valued favor 25th' inst j and in reply twice the proposed pressure when,one enty years, and for sixty years it had
;', than 'ever} but my pruning knife .is' to yourtrequest for information! relativeto ,month old, and should retain a per not failed to produce a crop of fruit,

awful rusty. ,It is over twenty _years the.rates freight, paid: to this city centage of the price paid.,as, a:hold on while,other trees of the same variety
old and lilt were not farthe rust'it on oranges from Italy, 'Spain, 'Ca1ifor- the contractor. Care 'should also be planted at the same time, had all died

". would be good as new. nia, Jamaica and Mexico, beg to give taken that the'pipes .do not dry out of old age several, years before., This
; 'My Washington Navels ,are"bending you the same as. follow while setting and hardening! remarkable? tree! by its side
% 'to the ground, and the quality; ,and' ITALY.-Ail oranges come in boxes L. R. ORD. an ash leach, from which a considerable -

i' ,appearance of the, fruit 'are all Lean )which weigh ,about'seventy poundsand City Point Fla.._ .. amount of potash in the form of
.JIt,, ask. What a magnificent, fruit,and are about two and one-half:cubic .r. o lye had escaped and found its way to
tree a Washington. Navel l is under feet; the present 'rate is two shillingsand Frost-Proof Oranges., the roots of the tree. Thus (he potash
the conditions! three English money in The horticultural editor of the 'New '
0 :;;? ,. right pence kept the tree alive.
,;t ;. ,DUDLEY W. ADAMS. full, say about 54 cents per box. Rates Orleans Times-Democrat thinks, in A story is told,of a printer's apprentice .
j ,. .", Tangerine, Fla.Editor at; present 'are higher than they were, ,view of the introduction oLthe,Unshiu in Tallahassee whose mother'hada
w-_ last and seldom (Satsuma) ,and, the Kawachi ,
season we pay,50 oranges and
peach tree sickly
:: tod Fruit Grower' was appeared -
; Farmer that there is a probability that, the
.. h cents per box, although the distance :
be The
I have not heard seen or ? ;any i is nearly miles. culture of oranges will be extended"at
o : i in the 5,000 conceived the idea that the tree was
such faults
w' as you speak of_ 'SPAIN This fruit all comes from least two degrees further north
the effects of borers and
,-. j oranges: in this ,section. Mine are Valencia in cases of about five cubic than the present citrus belt. (By the suffering from ,
and : fine .i in flavor, I think he accordinglystripped the earth away
bright ,
,I << very feet and generally_ 420' 'oranges .in way, our horticultural friends of
the'roots which he
from erroneously
the, trouble speak of must be ,
etch Louisiana and Texas ought gracefullyto
case. Freight season 35. ,plus
the seat of.the borers
little of thought were ,
owing to too or too
A 10,per cent. primage, say just about) 80 abandon the grunting, ugly name, considerable distance and
for out
fertilizers ,a ,
..'. some of the elements, the cents 'case.JAMAICA.This. !"Unshiu" for the elegant "Satsuma."
,.:, used. Some of my orange *arc very" per fruit all comes in All the auction bulletins and market then applied ,to them several times a
i fine in color flavor quality and 'texture l liberal drenching of a solution of caustIc'potash
of hundred American
barrels and the freight runs: from: ;60 ,to quotations a
while a few trees of the ,same. 70 cents-per barrel (same size as a flour cities.recognize the Satsuma but know used an cleaning type

'.'i :>'varieties growing close, to the stable barrel). ,A few: crates just'the size of nothing,about the other). which, when ink it becomes is saturated thrown
",t,; 'we"sot fit to eat,: being watery, and a Florida, box come, ,and freight on A writer in the Texas Farm and with printer's usually
iwipid... R., W. PIERCE., : away. Whether he killed any borersis
:' : these, is from 30 to 35 c. hts. Ranch holds that the influence of the he his
," doubtful
: Ifi4&a Springs but accomplished
'f':'. __ CALIFORNIA-Very few of these, stock on the graft or bud, in respectto for the
." purpose, speedily recov
tt&tor Farmer and Fruit Grower" ; oranges come to New York, as they its season of growth or hardiness, ered its vigor and for afterward,
j:.:, Replyhigto your question iri regardtocokM are mostly consumed in the West is, so inconsiderable that it is not bore heavy annual crops years of fruit. It

:,.:c and flavor,of.our oranges, I will The freight last season, was 87 4' cents. worth: mentioning. He says: was doubtless the'result of the potash
.' ,"lCy: I discover. no lack of color, flavor;, per box, just about the > er bouquet in the fruit, ";of this section, Florida'box; and which weighs\ about a variety that blooms early bloom any: It is often the case that potash is 'not
later or ,start togrow later by putting it
.. 'Ia fact'I consider it of finer .quality pounds.MEXICO.No. :
seventy ,
L on a ,later variety. For instance, you only the medicine for lack of which'the
,. :. .__._',tKftfi usual at this time of the year. oranges of ,this sort may graft a LeConte pear on a vanety tree is sickly and dying.but ,also
n .'. W.' S. HART. Have ,ever come to New York, consequently that buds out a month later, but when its meat and drink. The amount of
: '. .Hawks;Park., we cannot tell you what the the LeContes that are on their own roots
Se unleached ashes which'a tree will receive -
start to the grafted ones will start,
' freight would be. SGOBEL & DAY. grow
d5' Pruning the Plum. is
: too. injury astonishing: ,
: :' ,- BJttor. .F riser and FruH: Growth. NewYort.Artificial J I once budded seventeen varieties 'of when it is spread,well around over the
r = '.", Would you advise cutting back. the' Stone Pipe., roses on a large Cherokee vine, but each ground and not heaped' against the
; ':K:.bey and Blood Satsuma plum trees?, Editor Farmer aad T+iult-Grower; one grew: and, bloomed in accustomed tree. I used to know a 'farmer near
A If how much and what time? There is doubt that season. I cannot tell whjr.a variety will
>so, at no cement piping Griffin Ga. who carefully saved all
be growing nicely early in the spring, up
'iz If yo or.any-of your subscribers, :who deserves all that is claimed //or it while the sprouts on the stock it is graftedon his ashes, made from hardwood, and
.' have had ingrowing these. by' correspondent in the issue of will be dormant '
: .. experience your perfectly but it is would give a barrel of them unleachedto
.,. ;, plums:will answer''' the above'inquiries Nov. pth .if it is properly made, butI true that it is often,the case. each peach tree once a year. He

.x" you will ,do me: and: no, doubt';many would- venture, few remarks, that He says further: ."The cheapestand had only a few choice: trees\ and they

'.. fl ,others+ a great, favor. B. B.;,EBSE.. mty'be; of use to any_ ;of your surest way to make trees bloom yielded\ him enormous crops of the
readers proposing to invest' in it. late is to,go every day there is snow most excellent fruit, free ffWBj&m-

.:'If' [ANSWER BY G. ,L. TABER.J Nothing but clean sand should be on the ground and roll large snow ishes and, rot, l large, brilliant"cotei S1,
',";,t '.. ,Replying. to.Mr. .' 'Else's.InquIry istip. used,. nver washed.if possible, but if balls against the tree and leave them and of-a. delicious flavor. _
... ; ;relation to' cutting back, the .Kelsey, this is not: procurable only the very there." This, too, is 'vain, for the DUNCAN. ..
.: Sfttcuma. ,Blood; and other plum trees best and cleanest pit sand, and if pos- writer has personally proven the futility ;- ,DePuniak Springs., Fla. "
t .', of the Japan, type, ,will ,say,that they sible an' admixture of coarse and fine of this device in a Northern .. '
':: houki ,be ,cut back well ,when',. transplanted .. grain. The proportion of sand should State., ,Howard & Hargrove's moss factoryat .1
, : -say to two feet in height, not. exceed two parts ,of 'sand to one The trouble with the orange is not so Windsor is in active operation. 'j,
which.'will force them to 'brancbcutj of cement, :where it is measured loose, much, in its premature, bloomingforit This factory, it is claimed, turns outa .j
"" .tea if a.constant system.of."pinching and these should be turned over' at is tolerably judicious in this. respectas better :quality of black ,moss than :
A S baa k ,is adopted during\ the summer, least four-times so"as to-be thoroughly: in. the lack of capacity in ,the any factory in Florida. This 'firm'I I
.", : the beads can be, properly::formed Wended together while dry,. being wood withstand severe freezing.The will commence, about"the, first of January -.I
; ,',".;: ',,;,without; any 'severe cutting.. This' mixed,again when the;'water'is added.; .deciduous' character of the trifo-- the 'erection, of a ,new factory,
)f 'pinching,back can ,be oo ewlththe: : It..would, I think, ,be advisable use liata stock doubtless helps it to, resist to be 40x50 feet and two stories high.,
_' -J WHob and forefinger on: all ,new these proportionswith'good.Rosendale, freezing, but it may well be doubted
:, R= hoots'AS,,they attain length of twelve. cement rather than three or'!'four-to 'whether this will appreciably help the Wl JW1oWJ1 i1r -..Iieoo.t .

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,,? J, ,PTiiiialgLBGoistie_ and"Beefier: < Fear I Ii the'work.of a /few 'days. But .'I"suppose 'T4e Vineyard growing a success, yet the vines y
i, Trees.'I, 'horticultural ., not be forced into an
these other
many ... .. .
: -Pears' ';are, being' planted .by ,the i questions, can only be answeredbyfacts 1 -- -- -- .. growth simply because our c ti
hundreds of thousands in the ,south : : ;'and as, growing these pears ..Edited 'by E. DUBOIS, Tallahassee, ,.Fla.. will admit of such a thing; but tk? -:

Atlantic and'G 1f.States, and .it is is comparatively a new industry! ., TVC object should be to produce a growth of
.;. important that ,the' best 'way: "to,.man- must'wait for ,solution. ,Successful Grape-Growing., dense, well-ripened wood., In .fact, .
Partner and Pruit-O rower: vine should, make no more growthin
:,.e them should be known. The In the meantime all who ask for Bditoc. a
:oriental rate of pear ,trees and their I'sh' advise, their After ten years' successful grape- Florida than in Hew York. Vfeee
my opinion top in Florida offer few dots should be cultivated shallow Rda '
"hybrids, 'when on beiio'w roots, ,or, LeContes and Kieffers, as with all growing a very
hoping the. same be of value to plow should, never .be'used.. sOMe
the roots_o each other on,fairly! good the before I "" 'advantages may
light me see only -
,soU, if allowed,their own way, run ,.p in the practice, bur many new beginners''in this prom- growers do about all their cultivatingwith ..
like Lombardy poplars, the LeConte' ising industry. It is".not my intention : a''hoe,, which, is very expensiveand
;frequently ,attaining' a height 'of 40 r.At the .:winter's pruningr there,'are to write a l lengthy article, giving:.de unnecessary. I do not use a hoe '
: feet at nine or ten; years of ;:age.. Always,some water sprouts, weak orinterfering tails for preparing and rooting cuttings, at all, but do, ,all my cultivating with
There are objections to:;such tall.ireesj branches to. take,; off, but setting and :pruning vines, etc.,' as the ahorse.I, find the Alliance, Cultivator -
the difficulty\ of harvesting the 'fruit'from this should done prudently, as the directions, given for this work in other the best implement I have ever.
the top branches; the.long limbs body and large limbs must not be-too 8.tates'wiltapplY'to:; Florida. It is our used for this purpose, 'and the only i
frequently breaking off with the much exposed 'to the direct,rays of peculiar soil and climate with whichwe one that,will'' entirely obviate, the useet.
weight of the fruit;,or the:fruit is'liable the sun; 'at the same time the air and have to deal, which more' than of the hoe. .-..
to be thrashed off by,the wind swaying ,- sunlight! should be permitted to .gene. anything, else decide the success 'or Aftertesting about 100 varieties, I, '
t. :- the, limbs against ch other. =- trat ;among the branches. failure:of the novice. would! plant Ives and Niagara for ,,;
4 We illustrate eight .year'91tLe-; ; Something can be gained by passing Without\ inng. to revive the late market, Norton! ,and Cynthiana for J!
Conte that ,has had very little;prunisg. i among the young trees in spring controversy: "Florfda vs. Northern wine. -
The fruit was not matured 'when and summer .and rubbing off shoots grown vines," I must, after carefully T. K. ,GODBEY. \:
the photograph,was 'taken,'but already that are starting where none are experimenting with both for the time Waldo. ..
+ several limbs have: been propped, to wanted, and pinching the' terminal given above, give my preference, decidedly Bees on'Indian River.;; ...
,, prevent.breaking off with ;the weight buds from',branches that are growingtoo in favor of Florida vines, Editor Farmer and FruitGnmerrBees r
of the pears. [As we have ,not ,the' fast. But these trees are impa. provided they have been properly have not ,made sufficient to:
'.. cut, we may say that i it ,shows' ,a:tree tient! summer pruning! and_ only'a grown. live on since the 1st of:June. Cold= ,.., -
with its fruit all growing .on long 'limited amount of the foliage can be, Cuttings planted,here in very rich nies from 'which !large quantities\
,poles, some bending; clear l to' .the removed during, the growing season soil or stimulated.by fertilizer, making honey;were taken in May are beingfed
grend, some propped with rails,. .without'doing more harm than,good. a.soft, spongy growth from ,15 to 25' or else are slowly starving. Not
some broken sheer off-" ED.' F; ,AND- The. ,Garber and Smith's hybrids feet long the first season, such as theinexperienced many days agojl; .noticed more bees in
:?:G.:] have. the. --a.mph--- ---hit-.. of-- growth -asLeConte -'...- are nearly sure to select the air: than usual, thought it was'
,It is.merely a 'matter of,yearly'winter ,and Kieffer and require similar account ,of their fine appear rather ,singular and. went to look at
.pruning- to bring? these trees into 'a treatment; so also the Chinese and ance, are absolutely worthless. But my colonies. I found them all quiet ,
,:desirable shape; but many'of our fruit, Japanese pears are ambitious, and cuttings. put in fairly good soil and in their usual, busy condition, and '
growers object. 'to the.. free use of the when I find them trying to get up in making a growth of dense, wellripenedwood therefore concluded that no swarm was '"
\,hers,, fearing that the necessary; the'world too fast ,or toot high, I take from, three to-six feet long,' are issuing from my hives.: The bees
close annual pruning- for 'six pfseven' the top of their heads off thus,curbing better adapted to Florida than= Northern finally lighted in a tall pine tree not ,
years"Will impair: the_fruitfulness'or their ambition ands improvingtheir vines and are sure to give better far from where I was working, but
affect the longevity of the trees:, 'The appeal, ance. results.. My' latest test in this line there {being only a few-less than a'
majority of g'rowers'do: very:little' It must' be remembered that this was begun three years ago with 800 quart of them, and in such an inconvenient -
pruning. Others practice topping 'classlof: ,pear'trees, wit/ins, are either I Ives vines., Four hundred, were'North.ern place, I did not bother to hive
.the trees annually, beginning? with on-their'own roots:: (grown from 'cuttings ,grown, 200 from Prof. Dubois, them, thinking they would soon fly
,( one-year olds, cutting;;.off the tops two ) grafted" 'on other: roots of,the zoo of my'own.growing. There was away to the woods. But about sun-
'Y to, three feet from' the ground same race, and the trees 'grow.larger no' perceptible difference in:size and down they took wing and all piled
,every 'winter thereafter removing an<<;.taller than they do when graftedon general, appearance of the three lots, into my best hive.. I thought that was, a
-'. about two-thirds of the previous year's French or American; grown seed except_ that ,the Florida vines. were: a rather queer procedure, and wished
t., growth from the top limbs'undl-,the lings.-WM. JENNINGS, in American much the best rooted, ''which is alwaysthe that I had prepared a hive for-them.
trees come, into bearing, at, 'seven Garden: case* These vines,have receivedthesameticltmentthroughout In the morning I found about a quart
-..1-' ,,. years ,old. This pruning is"-done anytime and the.Florida of.dead bees on the ground in front,of
I after-the fall growth ceases,. and vines are now fifty per cenf. that hive and the bees-still busy bring
r., '..,, before the buds swell in,the spring. better'than the others. ing out the dead and dying. Where
.. :....... During January! ,. 1885, I ;set out CROUPY ,SOUNDS' I. have no vines for sale. they came from I cannot tell, but they
*''::T" 1,000 LeConte arid Kieffer trees,._ Grapes succeed best here on, flat- had.evidently been starved out, from.
.:' .+ and have topped: them yearly to At ing*night to'parents, from baby's who ,aro crib, at, arc a distract loss .for; woods land, underlaid with clay subsoil somewhere, and willingly gave up
' .., the present' time. TJiey are now 'n medicine equal to the emergency.Not from two to three feet from the their lives in attempting' to get one
; "bandsome, round headed trees, so.With: those who have Ayer's surface, free from hardpan or quick i ; square meal. But how could they tell
;J J ',with stocky limbs and numerous CherrY Pectoral in the house., A doso sand. Those planted on deep sandy which colony had the most stores and
-"l eKing branches, each tree' capable of this medicine affords certain and land have done but little or'no good. was in the best condition? s
.:taolding half a tpiupf pearswith,4injary. : speedy relief. To. cure colds,'coughs,soro- And I will say to those looking for a Queer as-it may seem. to the novice,
throat, .asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness,
' J There: i is nothing"- the and the various disorders of the breathing location for a vineyard that they can and I am,"one,., bees'need care and at-
airuaslice of the trees !that indicates apparatus, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral find in this section thousands of acres tention in our sunny land of flowers
'jil t'of health or thrift, although has no equal. It soothes' ,the inflamed of the.best grape land'in the;State at Just as much as anywhere. In the bee
thiyhive never.been immured or'fer-' n, 8n, promo es about'$10 per'acne. statistics published in your issue of
And C>:l' CC rationduces > Stakes better than trellis for several of the Indian '
tied' are on old land of-moderate 01 Call For<< are a May 7, 1891,
fertility. The trees .are' now in and. U.Carley repose -, supporting vines in Florida, as this River and Lake Worth beekeepers

. good shape, and, the 'weight. of the .Brooklyn, .N. Y., writes: "I have used system affords the fruit better protection -: place the average length of the honey
mat. hereafter' will cause their to Ayer s Cherry Pectoral in my family for against sun and.rain, a very'important season at 12 months. Either this year '
qpaid still .more, so thafthey are, "thirty.yeark.and have always found it' item herebesides, lessening the has been exceedingly poor' for honeyor
:"l\ remain in good., .form with the best remedy for croup, to''whlchcomplalnt'my cost of care and cultivation. Where else this statement is'not true and
1- v r little! pruniag.Will children were subject." vines are trained to stakes, I ,find' 6x should be corrected' While we have .
fruitful.and "I use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In my 8 distance for planting ibis the round ourheavy
my 'trees be 'as- !. a ,good ; flowershere .year ,
Kyc.as'long'as they would have done .practice, aa and a'pronounce remedy for it'colds to be and unequaled permits the wagon to be driven summer" showers should not be forgot.

bad they'never been pruned? In pass- .coughe."-. ..G. Gordon, M. D: Carroll through one-way, which, is very'convenient ten. As most beekeepers call testify,
iDcJ\ldamentit: must,be'kept.in mind Co., Virginia. ? ; for: distributing stakes and heavy"showers usually ruin the,ho ey.
'" tfcat the, habit of growth. of this race, fertilizer,,''gathering fruit, etc. crop of all flowers in bloom at' the
M of pear' trees5' is very, ,differentfrom AyersCherryPectoral The same' mistake is often made ii: time'the'shower occurs., -.,
that of the old sorts"::0(' European'an- growing, the vines after setting in p' J. 'R. LYMAN.
,!ctttry:: .Active growth begins early PrePared by'Dr.,?.C.A rer&CoM LbwtU:Vti* vineyard that is made with the cut .
a ipring;; bud*. wddenfy BUrst' into ,Sold,by au Druffbto; P He $1; sIZbon|6. tings in the:nursery, that:is, too much JlaB)".PensBI Brae t "
;: .... and .. stimulation. While of down firasa evenrefk Iwa r't: ;
: alb, and the tree is a nearly all our Brown's Iron Bitters k\lIlfa Me "
;: of foliage.bijent"''complete. FOR, SALK-bac second hand ti4s..Las-- soil, suitable '. : ". u th M" t pruning.y isr wri4cfr& .i Press for, sale:cheap-at (fertilizing in order t to. hake grae's. gwree. U ... ,.. ;.;..

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#>h" Grass,ia;Florida.StKtor ., greatly increasing ,the ,quantity ol October, made it useless, to plant; in '
_= i 1 f: .: .Jt 14EIJlJIt{ 1' TJePER. Farmer and FraH-GfoTrer., milk,,but also its richness., In many my setting at that time about 10 out
I : '.' .-= In your ,issue, of.Nov. 'ipth,. under sections of,Florida this'valuableplant of hundred lived.
',' ,Melilotus':an4Begg: weed. heading, the "Hural, Homepage; is indigenous, and regarded'as a weed In my-trial patch I have,40 of the
"' .' Both\ these legumes have been highly 939, appears the' following paragraphat We only wish the world .was' full of: leading new kinds besides my seedlings -
y;". recommended 'in our column*:as fertilizing the conclusion '0.(an article signed such 'weeds.' How little care and ._ Every year a: host of new kinds:
t :plants,xand' also as:a'source.of Chas. \V. CarapbellSr.;: :" poverty would be .1e'rr: in.i itl" are introduced; a few, very few in.
: : forage. We would. ;Disparage the "It was the writings? the editressof s 'The series, ,of articles; from which deed, are worthy of ,a trial. I would
:" 'fret: at all but,;wer would 'say vto"every the "Rural :Home that; brought t the above, paragraphs are taken, was like ,to hear something from those
,.:' farmer and horticulturist,sow: an acre me to Florida Helen, 'Harcourt, and, later on,. by permission) incorporate commission ''merchants of St Louis
t" 'of the :beggarwee4 t ;:and: try ajiquare.. if she will look 'back to,some.of her into my book, "Home ,Life in Flor that helped to "boom" the Michel
S 1 V"*?( rod'of the,melilotus. writings in ,the fall of 1882, she will ida," and will ,be, found, there in Early, as to'why it does not come' up
Below are givensome'chemual!: ,fig. see where she said there was ,'no grass "Chapter 'XVI The, Dairy Ques- with- their recommendation I am
\ .' /:) res as, t.t1). ) two :plants, ,'but:far in;Florida...' Now, that :was: 'mislead !tion." Two more quotations from! one, of those that ""boomed" it the
t :r above all these; i in,,value is 'the testimony ,, ing",to a person outside! of, the State,' "Chapter' X-Home: Surroundings loudest. Now somebody says in the
/ of the soil and:of,the)intelligent t and'some other: time 'Xwill: tell youhow Oneof the hardest things ,for a American Farm,and Home'that when
1 '; practical farmer. We quote? :once I made my first,h yjn; Florida, Northerner to bear, on first,coming' ripe \t i is too' soft 'to ship; but
."f 'more,. and cannot quote top often, "the with hoes and 'butcher knives'and to'Florida, is,the absence'of the beautiful when not, fully ripe it will ship
1statement made ,to the;writer'by Mr. sickles and even pulled, )om -and I green turf arid, lawn so familial; well, and'so will any other kind.
J. H., Girardeau, of. 'Monticello. HeY have never' 'been_ out"of.Florida hay to his sight that no country .home C JULIUS SCHNADELBACH.
said that he could take_any average since., seems half a home without this grateful 'Grand Bay, Ala.Cassava. .
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old cotton: field 'around Monticello, Now, if our good friend, Mr. Campbell ,! resting' place for the eyes. We Best''for Stock.
';: run down..byyears'of.exhaustive.crop- had solemnly,made the assertion are' used to seeing it all around our Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower
ping,'arid by the use of'Florida: 'clover that Grover Cleveland is theleader of old.homes, and in great fields all over ,have raised, cassava for thirty
:' (beggacweed) steadily-increase its.fertility the Republican party, he could not the land, and because we-do not see and find it a most valuable plant.It .
.. ;: and at the.same time' 'take ofl'crop a have ,filled'me (and ,my friends) with the same in this newly-settled court years has'all the 'edible qualities of the
: .of corn ,every year: without the more utter astonishment than he has trv, the, Iy has been raised, ''Grass Irish potato and three times_its prO-
:;,;{s:, .. application of any manure. After the by the'above statement will,not grow in Floridal'! Now thatis ductiveness.. Jt will
perhaps never
: '0 :. ground"was'onceseeded ,to,the. .clover' First} there, was, :iat the time he a great mistake and,a great.injustice take the place, of the Irish! ,or'sweet
_(:1 it would volunteer11 ;every year: after speaks.of, no such department,as the done to a State that, only needs a tables but stock
='4, the com was laid by,"and, before, the "Rural Home" in the, then, 'plain chance, given her to show what she potato feed it is on of our such great, value for that it
: end of'the, growing:: season it i would FLORIDA, DISPATCH; second, I neverat can do in the way of raising grasses. of wire ,
makes an acre piney
,fill the field full of a dense, ,growth any time held an editorial positionof woods i in poor to
higher than the, fence,,:often as high any kind on the: said paper, either "Yet much ,maligned,Florida, even the best equal acre in producing the Altamaha capacity River
as.the cornstalks. 'This mass of vegetable before:or since its incorporation with in her uncleared!_ virgin_ woodlands; bottoms. Hogs prefer it,to potatoes.It .
matter beingmash-ed'dow and the FLORIDA? FARMER AND FRUIT does raise:a grass that, 'subsists hun- and cocoanut
as crisp white as a ,
plowed under: would keep: the !andImprovlng'nght GROWER. S dreds thousands- 'of cattle all the and, rich in starch. Hens will
.. ; along,, besides,Yield- And third, and ,above all, the year round. This is 'the famous lay very on cassava equal to a wheat, "
ing a crop of corn. "burden: of my song" in behalf of our 'wire-grass' that grows everywhere in diet.eggs Throw a root over to them in
>, The following table shows the valueof beloved Florida,' from the first strokeof the piney woods, ,tender and nutri-- the morning ,and they will never letup
three, plants for'feeding-purposes; my pen to the last has been, and tous when young, but tough enough on it until it is all gone. The
the .non.important.elements" : being ever will be in such words' as these when old. *, pecking is good exercise for them; it
\ omitted: that I,quote.below,:taken from'a series Florida has other grasses, too, that makes them lay well. They will ..:
; of articles I.'wrote, for the DISPATCH, are destined before long to supply her never wander and scratch as long,as
f:' ", aedcbver. -......-'..Clover Mel1 otus.: the first ,of which appeared,in March', 'with all the hay she, needs, some. : there, is a,shred of'a root left.
NkrogeeOUJ, \ 1883, and which I 'presume ,are'the"writings" native, some imported." : It does not rot like the potato, but
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Pat._;..,. 2.36 2.91 1.85 referred to; I,might go, on indefinitely quoting will. lie ,in the' mud for a, month and
"It is the common opinion in the from my writings, and all tending in be sound. I dug some last March
From this it seems that the,Florida North, among those who are not well the same uniform direction. So shake which had been in the wet ground .
( ", clover is.even'more,fattening' than\ the informed, that.grass cannot be raiaedin hands, friend Campbell, and say nearly covered, with water, all,winter
.... ,famous red clover; ',but not, quite so Florida, and even in this,very State "you,never said it," for you have certainly and it: was sound.. The most difficult,
:" .zourishing'that; is, notso_ 'productiveof itself we sometimes hear- the same mistaken the misleading assertions part of its culture is to keep the seed
red muscle; and blood. In other: assertion. of "some other somebody1 for, (stalks) through the,,winter. It may,
I't- words, it might not be able,to sustain "But never was a greater mistake mine, as I think that,all the thousandswho be done by banking them in moderately -
: r' a team of work horses:the.year,round made. ,Because all kinds, 'of grass will have been following my work dry! earth and sheltering from
:'" without'any grain; as,Mr. T B. Terry, not:grow equally well:: onall, soils, and, for the.past thirteen years will.unhes- heavy rains witlf boards, or by throw,
A ; the noted clover'farmer' Ohio, does endure the 'vicissitutes of all climates, itatingly assure' you. Why, between ing straw or cornfodder on the bank
-r, his horses on red clover hay:.alone. there is no reason to assert' ''that no you:and me, my friend, someone, actually in sufficient quantity to turn the
But it' would come nearer to'it- than kind of grasses':can be found that called; me Vgrass fiend"once, water off the bank. R. K. P.
the,melilotus wouloV., flourish on Florida soil ''and beneath because I "swore, by Florida grass, Way rosa, Ga.Does .
:. Now, l let,us examine it as a fertilizer. the Florida sun. 'On,the contrary, .;tl-' first, last, and all the time." i- -
:,,_, Unfortunately, the only analysis of ready the merits of many grasses have My "Home Life in Florida" (which Rice Culture Pay?
Florida clover that we know oils' oneraade.by been tested, ,and with perfect satisfaction you can have for $i.25)). will show It was our pleasure to fully examinethe
: "' ;; : Prof.; ( J. M.. Pickell, of the not only in the cultivated fields you all the above quotations, and Lakeland Rice Mill and CanningFactory -
Or"r' :""c "' -Florida: .Station, and"hedoes not itemize = for fodder; but also in the,meadow as much more_ of the same sort, arid'so and obtain actual facts which f,
5 ,,'. ,the.fertilizing elements,'but simply permanent pasture, and the,number of will "Florida Fruits." enable us to confidently assert, not-
,.. groups'them all as "crude ash." The these food: supplies is' constantly HELEN HARCOURT. withstanding the'prevailing,skepticismas

... .sum 'total of these, elements: in 'red thein, rease. Jacksonville.r..-..,..- to the productiveness of the so-
:. .' clover is. 9.06 per cent.;' i in ,Florida 'Th se who make the above, sweep- Notes Prom South Alabama.m called Florida sand, thafoe; growing
-,' .. clover '4.72' ; in melilotus! ; 6.00.(; But ,ing assertions are either 'wofully g. Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower:' does pay.. '
r'' the greater part of its fertilizing value norant or maliciously ,slanderous towards We are about finishing up our 1St. The farmer,BOW has ,access to
:-: is really in the, ,nitrogenous 'matter; a great State. strawberry planting, cleaning out the a'mill which, thoroughly 'deems and'
". :.nd'tliat we see above is.higher in'percentage family'who OWIS} an acreor, two} old patches and giving them a' dose of hulls. ,his .rice,. giving him, H article J
S :- S '\\\ in !hem: 1il !us.- of moderately good 'land_ has any manure of some kind. Well rotted just[ as white arid clean a; any madein
,We,see no reason why 'the Florida excuse for not having:atf: abundance lot manure is about the, best, but as South, Carolina or Louisiana. at a
,..... clover should not ultimately become of milk arid butter even'in.much'maligned this is only to be had ,in'v.ery small cost of one-sixth'toll. -
', :' S of ,the,.incalculable-"value\to this State Florida,!as we" :shall see.by arid quantities, we have to use something 2d.. His ::rice is free from the little
x that' alfalfa is to' California: and red by." else Cotton, seed meal has always black bean often found in rice grownin
i clover 'to: :New York.., Unlike,'cow- And again, 'speaking' of,that'now' given good results applied, at this other States, which k so objection-
'., ,':: K.s :,, peas it seeds'itself'from ,year to,..year.PdAviae well known plant, "Beggar's: lice" or time. As it slowly 'decomposes ,it -able to'the' fastidious consumer.S
'., : ;ti hay baS 14.59 'sper' cent- of "Indian cloven"; keeps the plant 'growing ;all throughthe 3d. He his,a s everyone knows who :
Bitrogeaotis saatter' and'2.48"' of fat:- "Indian clover ,makes 1 a_'splendid winter. Applied later it is.apt to las,ever tad it, an.artkle more nutritious -'
".:':;" --ED. : ;'fast' make leaf and 'aed palatble Than any he
much canbuy
.. ?' 'P.4 pasture, growing: up, as -:as eaten too ,growth ,
1 ,",' ,''j'; ....p:., B.-VAW'" ':r'PU.ns iivcPl.liccase.tey: off by:stock, .and 'as food for milch coarse runners. The planting is late, ; 'Florida;rice, like Florida fruits,
,. ''" cow it ,has BO superior-=it: only hit the dry weather,of September and is.MCttiiariy;sweet .;

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-But that is 'not all We learnec of soluble potash.. :For this "reasor or sodium phosphate, a 3 per cent. alcoholic purposes only equalled by the EngliaM" .7.,:;..,
from the proprietor. the mill ,that the author recommends that to'secure solution of resin, and a spin pheasant. As layers of splendidly ,.: .,; "

a, ,bushel ,of ,good rough rice, J il( the,best results to ,plant and land, to tion, of ip grams of fresh liquid 'egg] flavored brown eggs they cannot be '
well. fanned'after threshing,.yields: oran : bacco be planted on the same lane. albumen in 100 c. c. of water. Thi+ beaten, but the number does not come .",, '
.average: "twenty-four 'pounds; ,of l only once in!three or four'years, or ir results with both papers plainly shot up to the average per annum as pro- .: ,
.. clean rice, tilt to the farmer." regions where,the landJs found to be that,in these trials the phosphates duced by many other breeds;. still, : ,

A fair'grade of rice,is now retailerin t naturally tobacco ,sick only once, ,ir particular potassium phosphate 'and< many hens prove good layers when : "
the stores at 6 cts. to 6% cts. peipound. five'or six years; to plant in the mean the resins are very deterimental to the the snow}lies on the ground, and the 1- :'
This'makes'a market. value time: no Hoed :crops; or other, foddei protracted glowing, and tend rather wintry winds are raging.. '" .

of at least$1.44 per bushel i in,the, hull., plants,' but' instead cereals, which induce charring;'the'albuminoids, on As chickens they hat remarkably f, "
A farmer who to-day brought fseV'erift produce less leaf growth; to give the. the contrary, favored a protracted strong, but are rather difficult to rear ,.. ..
wagon loads from his farm,_ says usual liberal application of bamyardJI1an glowing.The for the first month or so; suffering, ,. s''
that "his crop yielded over sixty bush- re either to the intervening crops results of A. Mayer's inyestigations. apparently, greatly from the cold and ,
els per acre this _season;" so in; order pr to .the tobacco itself, and in the 'led ,him to suggest the impregnation wet weather. ,On' account of this-
not to over-estimate take the'minimum latter case the ,manure should be 'applied of tobacco of poor burningquality they ,should not be hatched until ..
of sixty bushels, which results in:the fall, as recommended by witha half per: cent. solution the middle of March, except where ; ':.
in a net:value: to the farmer of $86.40. A. Mayer; and to strenuously avoid of either acetate or nitrate of potasl they can have sheltered runs. Theyare :' <.-'

per acre, besides his straw, and one the use half the bran finely ground.It chlorine. He recommends_ 'jn: He states that he has been able by,thi English game when young, but will ,
is true that birds are sometimestroublesome addition, to the barn-yard manure. a treatment to change,a poorly burning when fully developed give a good
but ,this.danger will not dressing consisting 'of about 130 tobacco, which for' this reason could account of themselves with' either of "
a. ,counterbalance the 'certainty: of rice pounds of potassium sulphate, or 250 only be,used.for snuff, to a tobacco of the above named birds. They do ."',
sul good burning quality, giving asnow- not seem to suffer if confined? provided
,as ,compared with other C 'opi.-Bar- pounds .of potash-magnesium I .
tow C.-I., phate, 'with 96 pounds of Thomas: white ash. Experiment: Statioi a bountiful' supply of green food
,. phosphate meal per ,acre applied ir Record. is given them, but will, keep' themselves ,j:
the fall, ,and 400 pounds of nitrate ofsodaa in good condition if the ordi
tobacco applied in the, spring, half Just nary-ruIes of cleanliness'are carried.. <<
before the' plants are set and the remainder I Poultry. out. I believe they,were originally
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Soil and Manure., With reference 'to the relations 'existing been brought up to their' present state '. '
,between the chemical composition We are_ pleased to give a descrip of,excellence, thereby showing the ',.:
investigations and the quality of tobacco, a tion of the Indian Game from the place ingenuity of the modern breeder. The 7 Ij

injurious effects of chlorine compounds large number of examinations, have of their origin; and in speaking of then following, is, I believe, the standard, ; ',' -
and the beneficial effects' 'of potash been-made under the direction of the in, England where they are known,, recognized by all the leading judges "t
called Cornish Indian Games.. and aimed at by all the first-class / _"
compounds, especially those with organic author at the experiment station at they are
acids 'on.the burning .qualities of Rufach, in Alsace, of different 'varieties They are'certainly well adapted tc fanciers. ,,'
,the,leaf, ,and, refers to the recognisedinjurious.effects tobacco grown in 1888, 1889, our Southern climate and seem very Head should ''be of medium, size,
resulting from the use and 1890 in three different localities' hardy and the plumage on my young rather short than .otherwise.. Eyes ,
of .night i soil on,tobacco, since ,it contains Alsace.., As a result these studiestheauthbr stock is an. improvement .over, that ol ought" 'to be rich chestnut, and very ;
considerable quantities of chlorine ). is ledto.conclude ,that the the'parent bird. While there is some full, ,and should not, _be overhung by "
compounds, induces_ a coarse burning quality of-the lea((duration of complaint in the North because of a beetle brows; as this-shows a tendencyto s.
growth; etc. jSoil to which nightsoil glowing) i is benefited ,in the highest rpupy tendency caused J by a. very breed,back to the Malay. Beak, a '
has been applied.for,,many,years may degree by the presence of large light coat of feathers, this is ,favor- good orange yellow, fixed 'firmly at '
ble,for:' in Florida and from the base and curved at the extremity. 4
contain 'so large amounts, of chlorine 'amounts of, potash particularly thatcombined 'us my t.
compounds to,be unsuitable for the with organic acids ':(which,, experience they are very free from disease Ear lobes should be ,small and of a ,' <' -

raising of tobacco, even'' when the in,the'ash;changes",to carbonate); by a in my yards and have proven bright vennillion color.:. Neck reachy, :,' r"
good layers of large and in''the cock with a fine but thick
proper: fertilizers are applied. Nessler: delicate structure of the leaf'\(dried eggs. .
: The Indian Games are specially hackle, which does not fall, on the "
recommended in such\ cases the preparation leaves[ weighing 150 grams,jess'per.
of the land for tobacco by, square .meter, he designates as deli adapted for improving 'common stock; shoulders: Wingsin both sexes, -
previous cropping with,such plants'as cate); and, although in a somewhat they not only impart )hardiness, but. should be small and well brought ,- were known to Ute chlorine compounds less degree, by the presence) of considerable firm flavor' to the 'meat and an increased up under,the saddle hackle' thus mak ... '
proportion to the most valuable ing the shoulder butts very prominent,-
!large quantities, as root 'crops; but quantities of organic nitrogenous -
:in,the opinion of the,author this prac: substances, especially.nicotine, parts. The ,male bird is very which is one of the 'primary points.
tice shoukEbe.avoided as far aspossible : which at the same time has J an effect active and Vigorous, and can be associated Back should be broad and tapering; -'
-with more females than a male back .to.,a wedge shape, and should ..
since the root. crops, not only remove on the quality i of the product in, general '
the chlorine, but they also, 'like and, by a noticeable ,content, _of of almost ;any other bird, and the eggs also,be convex, thus being the'reverse '
tobacco' require' large quantities of saltpeter..- Detrimental to the,burning will show a larger percent fertility. to the MalayTail ,
potash. The potash thus'taken""away, quality were found to be first of all,the When hawks are troublesome they,are in the cock well, ,spread but .-
certainly valuable, and a protection to not carried very'' high; 'in the hen it" ;
frown-the soil ,cannot, he believes, ,be chlorine compounds; as already mentioned '
replaced by artificial manures, since ; ''a coarse structure.of the 'leaf. the whole. : flock. When ,a year ,or, should'be carried a, trifle higher. Legs ";
,old will battle for their should;be,a bright 'yellow, the same -
more they
the root crops take.their{ potash largely ((leaves weighing 200 grams or more .
from, the supply of 'potash containedin : per square meter'of dry leaf ,are des- rights, no matter how large the hawk color as the beak;they should be spread --
the soil material itself} which is_said I ignated coarse); and, in a less degree, or owl .E. W. AMSDEN., apart:well, .as this gives extra-strength '
(. to the bird. Great care should be '.
be form essential the the of considerable
to a to growthoftobacco : presence any ..
The Indian Game.I taken not'o:breed from birds showing ,
of ammonium salts
also. 'For, he ,says, tobacco amounts phosphoric ::
requires for: its most, successful cultivation acid, resinous substances, or thought it might interest the many dark scales; this evil is very hard to ; .
I. notmerely .*' heavy manuring calcium salts. readers of your valuable paper if I, 'a eradicate, and is; I believe hereditary. ,. -

with ,potAih? manures, ,but, also, a soS} The,presence in ,the' ,same leaf, of resident in .the very heart of the Toes.'.should be'long'and not' twisted ';
conditions both ''favorable' andrunfayqrable where Indian _Games are at all. This is considered a great ;
rich in natural potash, resources, country ,. "'
which in hatched reared, and exhibited, should fault. The color in the cock is'a rich -
which by gradual ,disintegration shall to burning quality, a" ,
furnish a large 'proportion ,of :the test.tend,to cover up the effects of any jive,some; of the leading qualities 'of metallic green, wing-bow dark, chestnut -' ;, :p' ,
potash needed'by the crop.: : single'compound condition makesit this handsome and very useful variety; 1 In the hen, two 'colors are tolerated .
w Soils which on,account 5)f their, deficiency .very difficult to determine the effects ind also the standard recognized' by the light and'dark, theformeris ,;;
leading fanciers of the day. :milch more showy; the single andloublelaced ; i''
.in.readily'soluble :potash,produce of any single factor. For this reason theJ "
i a tobacco :with only a ,small, Nessler: and .later A. "Mayer have Poultry books do not seem 'to dealit are both allowed. When ',:/A$' 'J
with this, breed, for mossed,with a Hamburg a Leghorn ', j
content of potash. and of poor burning studied this matter, by' impregnating any .length :: :
which would-be fanciersire the result,is'a. hardy fowl, a splendid / ]
quality, are ,designated as "to: paper with various materials,and observing cause many ** ":
bacco sick't and will produce poor 'the, effect on the duration compelled to be content; to! 'keepudswhich. table bird' and a good layer. As v. ;: -' 1
quality! of tobacco uinless'by heavy glowing. The 'author' pursued, this ) : danot, pay'as well, and thickens! they appear very hardy,'and \: + 4:J

manuring '.with potash and :avoiding course, using filter: paper, which of ire "not so handsome in appearance, grow away quickly with ordinary care, : .', '
the cropping, with plants which areHeavy itself glowed three seconds, and straw'paper (for the want'ofa, concise'' account of and as a good all-round" fowl caa&ote .', .f' .

:potash feeders for number, ? of \ which 1 glowed. fifteen,seconds, :his ,variety. They are a good, hardy ) .surpassed, being just the, class for .,:", <' -,
and in instances owl possessing a very handsome the {arm-er.-Cornish Fancier w
,years ra succession, opportunity.andare. ; impregnating separate ; ..
\iMe : |iven to recoyef:the'supply, :with _2.per cent solutions potassium' ippearance, and:'a reputation for table eathcred1Yorld: .: ", : .

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tTSFXBM POWERS B <<. to)'know' spine of the ,finest metal This.is simply an outrage. :Rather last' reported at ,the 'principal centres; .:.; '
P. O. Addi-eM,'Lawtey, Pfcu : this fact in connection' with the better
in this commonwealth likes to,whet than submit, to it.the judicious parent and ripe,condition of the fruit is having'

its.edge now and then on the rollick' will,take the, child out of school, altogether a good'effect on the. markets. ... .
The .
weather Bureau Report ,for -
Recent low have served
prices to stimulate ,
send her in the
and to
play ,
ing fun and pungent satire of the :
November slaws, that the total rain.. a more widespread demand aDd we
fall' lot the month-at: sandspur' philosopher." And thesalty country, getting rosy cheeks and the look for a :very heavy trade from now
Jacksonville was until the close of the We do
and of :
priceless beauty health :youth .
1.53 inches, which 'was a .deficiency ;; common sense )and perennial not look for fancy' prices, but expect an .'

from the 1.08, inches. yigor of the, ;:Major-farmer-well( ilthere Better, far: better that a delicate child, advance of.not less than 50 cents per box, ,

,Total deficiency average for the year so far,. :was: a little more of it in Florida, especially a girl should grow' up rich .on the box strictly on' other fancy I grades grades and 35 centsper .. .. \.t

14.60 1 inches. Lowest thermometer we' should 'see some grass grow .and in generous blood,- cutting a thousand_ We never send out our" bulletins for Y.

'. mad, 'pranks wild with animal life the sole purpose of influencing shipments, '
we should not' shippers. t to ,
iStn, 35 and 30th, 33 .. At.Lawtey : or advertising the Exchange; we simply .
fool the keenest of earth even i if she' barely kno show to spellat desire to the a-clear '
records. kept, by Dr. E. A.' Todd set men on give orange growers -:
the commission merchants with ten, than to be subjected to the pernicious and truthful account of, the situation in .
and M. Knickerbocker show total "
a order that they be in a position act intelligently -. t"
rainfall of 'oneinch coldest 'days- <( green' melons and.sour oranges. despotism of the'graded school .. '

; ; until she ,is "graduated" at last a poor,.. Fancy Brights: $2.23 to $2.50 per box;' : '
r9til, 45 at noon;, 3oth, 44 at noon.S Choice .Brights, $1.75 to $2.00; Fancy ,t ..
Where and When'to Ship. white faced bundle of nerves. -
t. 4 : Russets, $1.75 to $2.00; Choice Russets
'Several of our subscribers_ have No child under fourteen that is the $1.50 to $1.05;- Fancy Tangerines, $3.50to .
Under the title *pf "Commercial, l $ J.OO; Fancy Mandarins, $2.5010$4.00. ; '
lately, perhaps not always intentionally least.delicate to- be allowed '
ought to
Lying" the American Tract Society Fancy Navels, $. .to $3.50; Grape fruit "
put us in possession of points study outside of the six hours of $2.00 to$3.00. These prices cover select ",

prints a pungent little leaflet from which had been of value' to, them lines of strictly sound fruit of beet sizes .-. .
school. '
which we quote the first page: Ordinary grades .range 25 cents to 75
For instance, one 'told where to ship cents lower on oranges and 75 cents to '
'!The label and description on everyboz.of
$1.50 on Mandarins and Tangerines.
peaches another'wliere he found

that soap, is a lie from: begin- the bestmarket;, for string beans; another ., JVEari] I ets '

ing .to end, and Mr. -=, the manufacturer -..........-... -.. -.-.....- ORANGE'P..A.TES. DECISION OP INTERSTATE
,, celery, ..etc. Now: all these COMMISSION, REBATE,.ETC.JACKSONVILLE .
knows it,as well. asIT,do; and JACKSONVILLE, DEC. 10.
items,.of' information, are a. part of Dec. 4. '
yet he ,continues .to, make it, and to FRUIT AN/ VEGETABLES. .
those men's private stock in trade, In reply to frequent inquiries, the Executive ,,
__ (Corrected every week by Marx Bros.] would .
print ,and affix'these l labels and descriptions Committee say: .
;and.it, would be unjust to ask ,6r expect These are average'quotations. Extra choice. It will.be'remembered that the several *.

to every,-box of it, he makes, ;themto; publish them. All our Iota fetch prices above top'quotations,while poor transportation .companies combined in ,.'

,and to send;jt' all over the land and lots sell lower. November, 1800, to raise' 'the rate on* .
; subscribers are certainly entitled to allthe.knowedge .Oranges,bright...*............ ...$1.50 to 2.50 .ten cents box to all eastern OJ' ,
he is growing rich, by it, though he *. russet.. .................. 1.00 to 1.25 oranges pei<; ;
at our command as to Lemons,1.., .....;:......,..4..4 2.00 to 3.00 points, such rate to begin' November 23, -
knows the soap itself is a fraud and ." Messioa............j.'... 3.50104.00 1890. Tho Fruit Exchange at once entered ; >
the culture,, packing'and marketing of Limes, loo............ ........... .50 into correspondence with, Col. H. x
the label it is a downright falsehood ....... <
pn Grape fruit, barrel. 2.00102.50 ..A'!
Such' their'products; yet there are points as 4'- box.......<..... 1.25 to 1.50 B. Plant-of the S.'F. & \V. R. R., and :: .
were !tile wt>rds_ o(a "' Pineapples,'crate..;......* ._. 4.00 Mr. Ives, General Manager, went on to, ':'
tothe: exact,time and 'place for mar' Bananas bunch............... 1.25101,75 New York to.secure, if possible, a reduction ,
traveling salesman who was 'selling I : which each : Apples, barrel.44................ 2.50103.00 of this rate All efforts 'to .
keting find secure
: must ;
grower .......
Grapes, Malaga,._keg:: 6.00106.50
,this very soap through town after himself '"- Catawba, basket.....'..... .30 such reduction proving fruitless the ,
in State who out_ for : Cranberries, crate.....:.......... .2.75 Exchange then, in behalf of the orange ,
town, State after and The Potatoes, Insh, barrel.............. 2.00 to 2.25 .y ',.
Florida entered the
is and ,, -
year long year, -.* sweet,bushel....,........... '.50 growers complaint through
Mid he knew it ,but ,hebe"
was wrong, 'of kinds be N.cabbage each.........V... .08 Florida Railroad Commission before the t
many crops several. can:. Onions;yellow, barrel...."' ....;... 3.00 Interstate Commerce Commission, pro- ..
wonkl in '
: if
discharged a moment' grown in it. The wide awake ,. red...................V.!. .....;.... 275103.00 sting'against such increase and asking .' : ,
growerwill "
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r he told: the truth about the soap" .he use the mails and read the Turnips.crate..4..4.,barrel.....'....'.*;........5.-....... 2/x i.oo for a reduction. 'The President, on .thQ? -. :
was, sellinf. And the manufacturer _: papers., Beets .....;..;:.4....; 2.25 part of the Directors, conferred in per- r
yet ;. He,will"know the time,when ,and the : Carrots, ,-"" ..."..,......,..-.*........ 2,50 son with the'State Railroad Commission,
and employer of this and Parsnips ..... ........'....:.., 2.50
many where a hundred-crates: of Radishes dozen......, .....*.... .40 whom he found ready and desirous to :
'oh agents, would have 'said .lie, waS: place: peasor Okra, peck.................. .35 give every help in their power to' obtain ', ;
two hundred'boxes of pears can,be Cucumbers, doze.. .....-........i........ .40 relief asked for. The State Railroad ,;.' .
outrageously insulted had any one Celery .:...... .....4.,. .5010.60 Commission informed the President ,of ,
slipped in to advantage. Eggplants,barnL..4.... 2.50 ; ..
charged)him'with lying, or dishonesty; Beans, crate.................-....... 1.50 Exchange that they had l funds avail- -
i- New Irish. Potatoes,crate....*..1.50 to 175 able for the employment of counsel, and
or want of integrity in his business." Parents and Teachers. Peas,crate. ............,..... 1.25 requested the; Exchange to provide suitable ,,;;

The question arises whether a parenthas POULTRY AND EGGS. counsel to carry on the necessary

Some Northern .PrultAuotlons. [lens..-...........................$ .35 to .40 proceedings. .' -.
I any rights which 'a teacher' is Roosters...'....4.-.4. .30 to .35 ''The Exchangeconsequently procured ; .

There'is 'tolerably straighrfnforma-( bound to respect. In the autocratsgraded Broit Turkeys.rs.,4.........-.i! .;.......4..............*,... x.ootoi.25.2S to .30 the services of Hon. C. M. .Cooper and" ,..,: "

tion in Jacksonville that some'of the Ducks.......*,........* ....."...... .45 to ,60 guaranteed, and finally advanced his ,, ,
schools of to day the teacher Geese..h......'..,.i... .5o to .75 counsel fee,_as well .,as the costs of the :; ,

fruit auction houses in Northern .cities, seeks to be absolute. He says to the ., .28 proceedings." The complaint was filed

'' number of FERTILIZER .}(A TERJALS. before the Interstate Commission on 80th 1.
are composed' a commission "If intermeddle
parent, you with '
[Corrected every week by the Paine Fertilizer December, 1890. The Exchange, under
men who. buy in the fruit:for my system you impair the efficiency Company.. ,] 0 advice pf the attorney procured the <

themselves, then sell' it at'a profit, of the school;; ,I can do nothing to any = ,1 Ton. Tons.Ten necessary, and evidence by the procuration sustain the of Hon.complaint '-, ,._
Blood and Bone, amm. 7 8 bone -
t thus putting three middlemen between purpose unless I have entire control' phosphate 23-ja<.............:...$27 50 '$26 SO Wni. Himes,- one othe State Railroad '
Bone, raw ground; b. p.y-60'c.-.,.. 32 oo 30 75 Commission, the hearing waS appointedat
the and the This :
grower consumer. The parent knows his children as ,no Bone, steamed, p.'50-6ojf....,...'31 50 3050Sulphate Jacksonville March 31 1861.) The
Potash, $... .... case
48-s 32 oo 30 75
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is not anew thing under the sun, )but> one. else can; 'the mother knows that Sulphate? Potasb;90-94Jf. 51 50 49 75Kamita3 of.the fruit growers was ably presentedby "
-.26-t.....4..h,;:;.....h. .*. 16 50 15 75Acid 3Ir. Cooper, and statistical and oral
it,might be interesting the growers if one of them" who is nervous and delicate Phosphate, 13-16.'...,..:....... 17 25 16 50 evidence before '
placed Commiseioa.
Nitrate Soda am. .,.,...-.......... 54 oo 52 50
they would.send oneS of their number, should not be overburdened with Canada'Ashes:..&'........_......... 19 oo 18 50 Owing to delays in filing briefs of the l.
there to look a little into 'ih'et'de- I Soft Phosphate,g'd,b.p.65-70 .n.. 9 oo 8 50; defendants, and other' causes of which 'v:
up studies. But there is.'a iron
Soft Phosphate,gr'dat mine,In bags, we have no knowledge, the decision was ,"

'pravity of man. :- *. tjtocVof 1 studies in each former grade soft$Phosphates i 50 a ton less.,"Boots/*70 b.p.. 16 50 10 oo not rendered until October 29, 1891, and ." '

........ the official of such decision
-.5 w-, the Dried Blood am., i6jf 46 00 4400 copy was
: i pupil must complete in a year Cottonseed Meal, new stock... 2450 2375 not received until November 27, 1801.. '; .
TJnappreciative.Sonae or drop back in disgrace. The'child Bone The Animal market on Bone Ammoniates,Dried Blood, such,Nitrate as Blood of Soda d, The decision is in the following words i -

.Justice Shallow down at is 'urged l 'by the teacher etc., is 1 very strong,with tendency for an additional "The order of the Commission is that '
. even com.marided .-
: rise during December Sulphates of Potashand the defendants and each of them,. be, '
Altoona writes that, he has "had her books all Potash Salts will advance 5 cents per 100 '
to carry home and: pounds,or$i per ton as soon as navigation on the and.they are hereby notified and required .
enough of Tom .Sawyer's' and C; .}V.Campbell's tpstudy; until,the;lessons are t learned German rivers close, which may be at almost any t-o forthwith cease and desist from Charging -.,. .-
: time This is to cover the additional freight for or collecting for the tra&eportatioa of .... '.
and orders,his f-lt takes her until delivering to vessels via raiL '
fwmscnse, ten or elevend'clockiat ---' oranges and .lemons any greAter' mm ... (
paper stopped. The FARMER AND l night!, The child seeks its than au addition of five cents to the .; '"
. p FRUIT EXCHANGE:,BULLETIN. rates in' force ,prior to' the advance en ':< .. f'
liJtuqGlioWER drlves.a coach :and bed :at' last with, cold feet, clammy JACKSONVILLE.' Dee: 3. November 28, 1890; that all sums 'collected (. '

few over this cr dalterd.. TomSawyer lands,- tosses :in av fitful sleep and i in Latest reports bring us from most by the defendants for'such traae-' '
points the cheering 'news of a sK ltt.inrease po iou since that date in excess of the 1"1. : L
sometimes sods and Major the.marning cannot be i induced by any ( in prices with" prospects of further. rates hereby.allowed be, and they are ',.> .

,Campbell. mixes. a little too'rauch) 'poli. persuasion 'to eat mouthful! of breakfast i raproyement.Iceceipte ; 1 herebr .determiaed and adjudged to '.. I"J: a t
for peat week were' from have beea unreaeooaWy and ualawfofty 1.':..

tip,wit his ferraisfj. 'But. we happen' ,, # tweaty-fire to thirty pet ceat Kghter than ..received; and let. "the defearsrls' ..; MIll. ; "'-i "\ ,
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each of ,them band they are, hereby coming more important by every steamer. possession of< the people of' the Gulf QUESTIONS' AND REPLIES .

notified and required to,make reparationfor Malagas; we quote. 4200,13s.() 9d.; 490st States, in the, culture of Texas softshellpecans. .....
the injuries oocaooBed by each unreasonable llS. ,to:llS. 3d. I... CoNNOLLY;& CO. The money'made by-the grow- All reasonable questions,eomteff from a mbacrt- -
and unlawful, rates by, refunding ing of English! walnuts and almonds inCalifoqua I ber;will be answered as promptly as poaalble.1C ad. .
to the several entitled i dressed to the editor at
persons AUCTION SALES OP FRUIT.,, in late years has turned attention Lawtey.
thereto,',within sixty days after demand to pecans, :which is not,only a better: ,.Replies can not be given by maIL ; .,
In Nov. 30 -
London( England .; S
.. therefor, all sums received by: them for I ,Keeling nut, but produce,a much larger income f
such in of addition and Hunt sold 622 boxes Fioridas:, From 232. ADDRESS. J. O. Hawes
transportation excess an with little or no expense attending their will
of five cents per box: to the: rates, 10s. 6d. to 13s. A great many Iota were culture. confer, a favor on the United States. Department #,

in force prior to the advance, of ,Novem-" either: withdrawn. or not quoted' as no, P. MKIELY & Co. of agriculture by sending his '
ber 23, 1890." prices are mentioned. Almeria oranges. address to R. J. Hinton, Office of Irriga
The Executive Committee mostly 430s,.from 7s. to 15s. 6d., ,:3iessiaff -
has been in, CHICAGO, Dec. 7. lionIlquiry. Washington D. C.
consultation with,Mr. Cooper, and the oranges, 360, 5s.. to 5s. 3d. .American ORAN ES.-"We' with demand FOOT-ROT/ z',
'apples, 12s. to 15s. '6<1. Canadian quote auiet, 233. C. W. W., Citra. .
General Manager has already made a still backward and arriv-'
8s. 9d. to 17s. though This subject has been somewhat elaborately -
tender and formal demand 'for'th en.forcement .. ale and, offerings are not large there is treated in several back numbersof
Same Nov. '13 Florida
of the reduced rates .TheY: 3d to 15s. oranges: still: a slow easy. market quoted, with our paper.. For the present, however, '

have also arranged to have ''the bills of In.New York, Dec. 2, by E. L. Good round lots-as they run, quotable at$1.00to you may scrape the earth a way;from the
lading and freight bills of all fruit ship sell Tangerines half $1.55 to 2.Co 1.65() per box, according to quality., collar roots; for a foot or so back, laying .
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over the eastern lines compiled, ; From store there is moderate trade
a at a bare, the .disease, then cut it out with a
view of making a,claim on lie railwayand Sataumasjhalf, $1.05boxes$1.45brilit; little better prices as follows
: sharp knife back to sound wood; wash
$1.25to 1.75 box 1.
grapefruit: tq 2,55
steamship'companies for the :return Jamaica, barrel; I $1.50 to 2.85. ; Floridas, bright, boxes,choice, $1.75 to the wounds clean with a strong solution? .t/
of five cents per box: upon all -fruit 'Same Dec. 2 Tangerines half $2.10to $2.00; }Florida russets, per box, choice, potash or sulphur solution (see ad. in'
shipped through the Exchange in accord- 2.75 Mandarines half 75c. to 1.30 $1.65 to .1.75: ; Florida Tangerines, half- our paper, "Death to foot-rot"), let them .
ance with the'decision of the Inter tat .. ; boxes 2.35, to-2.45, ; cases, 2 to 3.00;; Louisiana, boxes, 1.25 dry, then paint them"with< coal or pine a_
Commission,and will take the necessary grape-fruit, ; brights, to $1.75; Louisiana, bbls,. $2.50 to 3.00; ,
|l'.25. 2.10 russets 1.C5 .
to ; ; $1.20 to ; russet tar.2.T4.
.steps to collect the same for the benefitof Mexican, perbox, $2.25 to2.50. .
grapefruit, 75c. to 90c.SamerDec. STRAWBERRY FERTILIZER!
the shippers.G. LE toNs.-Choice to box.
., 4 half per F.:D..S., Altoona Your formula equal .'
: Tangerines; $2.25to (
R. Fairbanks, D. Greenleaf, B. 'MrBaer )Maoria $7.00 to 7.75; fair to good per
2.50,boxes, $3.10; fruit, boxes, parts 50 per cent potash and
; grape
M. S. Moremen\ Executive" 'Com- box, Florida $3.00 to 3.50 choice would
; per
$1.95:to$2.10; brights, 90c. to $1.85: russets line ground bone) excellent;but
mittee Florida Fruit Exchange.NEW box Florida $1.00 to 4.50 choice
unwrapped. $1.60; russets,.$1.30 to 4.50 ; per if you wish the least amount; of ammop'
box Messina\ $ to 5.00.CuCIDlDERSLousiana .
1.55; -' nia,youcan.get it, and at the same timo

YORK, ,Dec..'5. Same, Dec. 5: Navels, $1.75; grapefruit 2.00 dozen for good to easy choice at $1.50 small to an equal amount of phosphoric acid,by ....
boxes,.$1.50 to 1.70; brights$1.15 per ; using the steamed bone which is a trifle -
Receipts of Florida .continue1to culls sell at about 75c. "
to $1.8.3rossets $1.20' to $1.80 unwrapped cheaper and also more,,,readily available
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show a; falling off, and aggregate only 75c. Florida, as they run, arid they are very,, It is pretty late in the season to uSe raw
about 40,000 boxes for the weeK good can,be had at$1.00 doz. '
closing per
In'Philadelphia, Nov. 30r, by E. Rob- ground bone for strawberries; it m'likely
to-day. The market generally shows lIo hot-house 1.50 to 2.00
erts half 1.GO e-grown to do the crab more good next
: Tangerines, ; brig ts, grass ; sum
more activity, and as we approach the doz. .
$1.30 to 1.80; russets,$1.30 to 1.70.: per -' mer than it will the plants next spring. ..
Christmas .
holidays the demand will ? EGG PLA -In light supply and
largely increase, and prices !should showan In Boston, Nov.. 30, ,by H. Harris & quiet. Ne\v"Orleans ranging at 1.00 to2.00perdoz 235:. SCALE INSECTS. J. P. C., Crescent -
early improvement. Sales ''are.made Co.: Tangerines, half, $2.25 to 2.C2;Man- :; Quality is not attractive as City. The samples of scale on the
mostly within the range pf $1.50 to$2.00 darins, half, $1.12 to 2.37brights, $1.12 a rule. bark-of orange hoops which you encloseare

per box in straight lines, and strictly I tot 25; russets 1.12 to 1.55. GREEN PEAS.-Slow sale at 1.25 for % interesting but not now. There are
fancy fruit of well Known marks havesold i' In Chicago,.Nov. 30, by Barnett Bros.: bu. boxes ,when good. Common offeredat many trees besides the citrus family subject -

up to $3.25, but quality was exceptional Brights, $1.20 to l.CO; russets, 1.00 to $1.00. to these parasites, as the oleander,,.

RussetB'ruling dull, selling$1.37J 1.55.. LETrutE.-Choice home-grown leaf the gallberry, the birch and many others.< "
to f l. 8J ; Tangerines, $3.60: to $5.00'per; lettuce in light supply, but Southern They are not often seen so thick as on r

box; Mandarins $2.25 to $3.00j ;grape. LIVERPOOL, .Dee:911!> a. m* head lettuce very plenty. these samples. \ .

fruit, $t.lQto? $2.00 a box. < Oranges sound condition sold at 12s. Home-grown-hot-house selling at$1.25 236. SOFT PHOSPHATE. J. F. W., -->.;:

.Receipts of new vegetables, when 'of Bulk- arrivals unsound. i to 1.50; per case of four! dozen and 35 to Evinston. If you mean ton for ton, no
fine quality continue to sell well, espec SMITH &:CROUCH. 40c per doz.Louisiana. soft phosphate is equal in value to the

ia.Jlyegfl: plant which is very scarce, -, I. bead'lettuce, market still standard fertilizers or anywhere near it,
selling $5 to $8 a bbl. 'There is a scarcityof \ ST.. Louis, DEC.7.' overstocked ;and sales slow. Very little for it yields chiefly'phosphoric'a id. As ::

'both peas and beans, and strictly fine ORANGES'- Large offerings. The; demand of it is.really: desirable.? The heads are a .source of this element, the experiments .-

quality would sell from $2.00 to 2.50. ,*,,however_ was somewhat better, loose even. in some of.the best brands. tried by several parties in the .If .
per crate, and they. are certain to sell showing a larger movement. ."VVe- note Parties who now 'buy do not want any State'and reported: in our columns during -
favorably from this time. Some-arrivals 'sales of one_jcar, and 50 boxes of Florida thing only fine goods. Sales slow within the'past year have been very favor-

,by railroad come in:;: frosted. Cucumbers brightest $1.90, 100 boxes at-$1.85. and the range of St.OO to 3.50 per bbl. Curly able. We have so much faith in the ;

selling 1.50 to :3.00 per crate: 35)boxes of golden russets at $1.75. Repacked .=. lettuce; if' good to choice, sells at $2.50 Belleview soft phosphate that we have '
Choice ripe tomatoes, will be in demand and weUknownsell on orders, 25c. .to 3.50 per bbl. bought and applied three tons of it to '

from this time. .-- to 75c. higher than consigned stock, NEW TURNIPS.-Louisiana choice, a about 100 orange tree But for a bearing :-
G. S
.".-.. .. repacking. "We. quote: Mexican, per NEW BEETS.-Louisiana, very. nice, connection with sulphate of potash.
)bushel;$;'.50 to 2 7u; Louisiana, perjbar-; selling at 65c'per doz. but slow. 337. COTTOLENE. .H. G., Wewa-

NIDV"YORK, Nor..30. rel}, $4.00 to 4.50; Louisiana, per box,. STRING BEANS.-New Orleansbu.. hitchka. This article is for sale in Jacki' .

The shipments to,England for week $2.00,to 2.25; Florida Brights, per box," boxes $1.00 to 1.50 for green; quality sonville and probably will soon be also ,
Ending'Nov. 28th foot up.OOO.boxes; of $1.80.to 2.10;Florida, Russets as to size is rather ordinary as a rule, the beans in other cities. We consider it an article -

which Liverpool received 2,200, London and color, per box, 1.CO to 1.80;Tangerines : -; being rather coarse; fancy might bring a -of genuine merit and it is used in

:,700, and Glasgow 100. ThiS is 600 boxes \i box, $2.00 to 2.25; Tangerines, trifle more. Trade slow, _for only fine our own kitchen in preference to lard. '

J less than the preceding week. The perbox, $4.to 4.25., are wanted; wax, if good quotable at Where a 'farmer renders his lard himself ..
latest advices from Liverpool.quote that GRAPE FRUIT-Liberal offerings, light $2.00 to 2.50. he can be certain that it is clean,
market as |2.50. E. L. Go DSELL. demanded, dull at $2.50 per box!in lots. TOMAToBS.-California cases of four but factory lard is very apt to be pOl-
,LEMONS-Liberal ,offerings, while: the grape baskets sell in a small way at $2.00 luted in the making.
demand waS only fair. The range to2. 0.. Florida ?!-bu. boxes quoted :at
LIVMPooL, Nov. 25."We .- ,vas:. Messina and Palermo, good J, per $1.50., -Demand limited. Mt. Dora. Th English telegrams that, :
coafirm our report of!let inst. and box $4.00,to 4.60; Messina and Palermo, M. GEORGE &Co. $ to
we have printed come us incypherand ;:
are!! since in'receipt oft your favor'01, the fancy per box, $4.50 to 5.50; Florida,. are unquestionably a correct> report y ,
llth ink, cobteate of -which we 'note., : per box, $8.00< to 3.50. BOSTON, Dec. 5. the the
Talencia and Jaffa oranges are POTATOES--New Southern sell lightlyat Receipts lighter, but not as yet any im- of sent."WOBT81a4lr4xA Li\"erpoo1.market. on day' theyare

'most appreciated here,, as in addition $2.50-per bu. box. provement to note in our markets. Muchof

''to be.ing' sweet they: ,have: a tart. NEW BEANS-Light, offerings, saleableat the fruit now,, ,arriving via steamer '
flavor; but as these arrive more or 'less.sour '2.50 per case.LETTUCE more or less.decayed, and for such fruis 1 : "

:right up to Christmas i buyers prefer Light demand for Southernat r lowpricee, prevail,while for fancy bright, A VOX.

the :Fioridas as being more palatable,' $1.25 per box, $1 for home grown. r good,counts, sound, fair prices are ob
although they have not that tartness in ,NEW PEAS-Sales were made at $2.50 tained. We quote for good brights. good I

'their flavor such as the Valencias andJftffas r per. crate. counts, sound,.$1.7500 2; others, $1.25.
possess. We shall _ascertain the NEW OfATOES-From the South, sold YORK & WHITNEY. :

,total import of Fioridas' into Liverpoolthis slow at $2.50 per bu..box. PIIJLSJPAINL'ESS s
"season and duly advise you.: On The culture' of nuts is becoming avery Capt.T.. T.: Eyre is, still experimenting #. .11

:13tk in t. about 400 boxes Flondas were ,valuable industry. It is not many JR .thecitron family, and will ; ; -- \ S YEFFECTUAL. ..:.
offered at auction III to I when nobody thought of such
ranging years ago not be content until he has secured all .:
frpm9s.3djtolls.3d.; < To-day eight lion a""thing as cultivating nuts in this .*. -y 't
diced it seemed but natural the different varieties grown. Throughthe ,. "
odd boxes on the as health
Human be ---'IIf'd'
can only
market and, were .lOsW. .. that they should 'grow wild, but kindness of the Block publishingand when the rules of life are'strktly,obeyed..: 4 .

to lls. '8d., with good demand.. in lath years, attention has been directed printing 'company of Cincinnati, J, Man's system is like a town;to be iMaKhr k J '4. .
< k mud,be well drained. This drainage .'
In addition to Florid, there was offered to them by a largely increased Ohio, he secured a specimen of the J|frequently interfered with by care* J- .
a fair quantity of Malagas and Yalencrfts consumption and ,demand. Orchards .kind habits,and when it becomes clogged, J.. I,
the and :
of ,
( ,089 ,area)), and the latter'sthnislated have been... et out in large numbers andit Holy citron Jews, was ncsa M Uae result.Beeeham 5 ...- "
by .orders tn hand for: the Canadian may be .safely predicted that, before enough to bring it in for our examina '* Flit.,have been fit .... "
ChrfetoMM another decade has passed nuts will.be tion. It had much the Jar use hi FAro" for 8ft7 years as d ', :. ..
markets, realized very good, ; very appearance urn peelaUy adapted III a safegeraIe: r-' ,
prices indeed, iz:' plentiful in'all markets, of varieties'superior of a medium sized lemon, beinga manner)erreeCortler.-. t. keep buran dralGap, 1s1i .
Care ot4lOr;}*. to'.168.3d. 714e 15s. to to th'Me.now eaten, as cultivated "
;; 'greenish yellow in color.-Ft. 1\fey-\ Of an druaWsPrice 2ft cents a box. : f'_
:111.N.; but,rq.aai,looking' for a speedy fruhe are always better than'wild ones. New York Depot,865 Caa l St.I .: s rM1h
'" drop .fa!>tfce* M-* air tlhipi eats are beT A, wonderful interest has lately taken, ers Press. : '

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. _.: ... Youn _FoThs; :... 'gteTobacco r ]\eis.[ NEW 'KODAKS."Youpressthe.' There, is A muck Mine of enoughin Much the sink.-";'.<.::'.;:-a:. I. J

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..Ldvie to CHris : holes near what was Alachua- lake to
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in has not, been selling for enrich the soil of of ;r ', ..
There iI one.thing we sometimes see a large portion '
the face of the young that i is'sadder than very; high prices this week We do \ Alachua county There is every indication .. ,

the ravages of any: disease or the disfigurement : notknow' the' cause of this, whetherthe of an immense cavern beneath "":.

,of any .deformity It,.is. the offered defective ,in ,1_ .
crops in
button, the high bluffs that locality. At .
mark that :
an impure thought oran'unclean -
? ; quality, .or. the buyers Have'purchased various the earth has sunk "
: jwt+ leaves behind it. No;snake place ,
.ever went gliding through.the; grass and all they desired. Several': persons we dt the rest. down to' depth of from thirty'to fifty :' .

left the trail defilement more palpably have complained to us that they were feet, showing conclusively that there
ti in its wake than marks the ..
vulgarity' unable to sell their tobacco for what
must be of
SenD, Ken Styles and Sixes an underground passage .
f... You be secret in ':
may ever so jour? it is worth.- QU Herald.. '
: cy ,
enjoyment of,a ,shady story, you':may AXXIAADXD WITH Transjurtnt. FHmi. immense dimensions. There are .
;hWe ever.to cunningly the fact,that.you; Preparing land for setting orange For sale by all Photo.Stock Dealers. hundreds of sinks in .that locality, all

carry Mraiethinf. in your''PQOketVhich and.lemon trees is the order: of the day... of which until recently have had. a '

:which etc. :!s&owoaljr to a few, and ,Past experience shows that both do THE'. EASTMAN, COMPANY, ,depth of water ranging from a few '
will perhaps, start 'tHe laugh, .
:, well here and over will be set Send,for Catalogue. ROCHESTER,N.y. '
that, like',a bird, of carrion, waIt8-.u: iponimpurity 1,000 inches to from ten to."twenty-five feet. '. .
: and moral corruption. for its this year i in one small neighborhood. Since the.water in the lake passed away ".;

chofcest feeding; but the mark of what Prudence dictates diversity.. The old one. property owner for a piece of th'e: water' in these various si ks. has ....

... you tell'' and :what you:, laugh' at:is.leftbehind Herman, Smith and Ripfey groves pineapple land. Truly the country en generally receding, showing : '
like a sketch traced in indelible .
laid 'There isM be&utythatoan stand are conclusive arguments in favor of is growing, and those holding prop. tat they must have Had some connec-

the disfigurement of such a scar. However orange growing in this l locality, '6ri erty ,in that section are indeed fortunate. t\on with the lake. In these sinks

)bright your eye, and rosyredyour our better class.of hammock lands.- .'-Juno Sun. *" there is an inexhaustible supply ....r
color, and soft the .contour''of lip and Ankona.item in Indian River Advo- i e. of muck equal to the ,finest in the
cheek when the: relish ;of an. impure
jest creeps in,'the comeliness ,fades and cate. In Favor of Canaveral. world. In its present condition ,it is :

perishes as lilies in the languor..of'aTioiODOUS _i- ,. It estimated. that not less than Florida fruits and vegetables pay utterly useless. It seejros. that it would, .

breath 'from ft-the marshes. $40,000; Worth of Spanish moss is annually twice much those from pay all farmers within reach of"these "
as ,as .
Shun the companion who seeks, .to. foul ; exported from Alachua countyto the West Indies and Central America. deposits to haul the ''muck and, spread ;
1''souLwide an obscene story\or pic- various' of the United'States broadcast their farms.-Sun. ,
parts '
tape'ac you would shun the contagionof Look at,the figures:
smallpox: If parents have daughter principally to New York, Boston and of o I, :
Brevard Co. Freight Titusville
who' out mto.the world.to: ,'her Philadelphia. It sells all the Crop '
goes :'.earn way 1891. to New York. A man; who has practiced'medicine
bread,, asmaily-are obliged to do,-.and from"2U: to 5# cents per pound.-- ,Boxes oranges, lemons and limes, for know salt from
any ''one'should seek to corrupt herpurity Gainesville Sun. This too 127,124atfoc....................:... $76,27440. 40 years, ought'to
[ seems
insidious better for Barrels pineapples, cabbages etc., sugar; read what he says: .
by advances, high! an estimate. It is a good deal 24,636at $i oo........:....... .....'.. 24 636 00
:mare t to down their kneesaai
parents go on Crates of vegetables, 1i,865iat4oc..... 4,646 oo TOLEDO,,O., Jan. 10, 1887. r
than the strAwberries' of the
ptay.God.to take her to himself,>be- more --
'fbflF* her. lair, sweet' innocence' should county-are: .worth,-=Ed. F, md F: G.] I .. -'. .. $104, 56 40 Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co.-Gen

'sully under" .the breath of, corruptionand Rates on same from' Havana to'New. York per tlemen-I: have been in the general ,
The A. and M. and + .
moral death. Nobody:ever went: to College Experimental Ward steamers : practice of medicine for most 40 years,
boxes etc.,at
the devil yet,br one big bound-,like a Station has employed Dr. 127,12 cubit ft., 3oc.oranges................rue....per... 138,13720 and would that in all practiceand :$
tiger,out of a jungle' or:.a trout ,to the, B ttingas Veterinary Surgeon. Dr. 24,636 barrel crates: pines,etc:",at SOC. 12 318 oo say my ... .
11,865 crates: vegetables, at ijc. per experience have never.. seen a.".
fly; it is an imperceptible. : passage down Betting a graduate in his:professionand cubic footape.........r......'(....-..... 2,373 preparation ,that I could prescribe with .
an eary slope, and the first ,stepof all issometunes has had several experience.,
; taken. when, a young girl years $52,828 20Freight as much confidence of success as I .

,leads ;hwr ears, to 'a shady ,story: .or a Already horses] in Lake and City his services been 'on to New on York one.year's........crop....,.Titusville..;....... ales- 656 40 can Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufac: '"
.Close and ; cows hogs have suc-
'questionable iest. ears
your Freight on same Havana to New York 52,828 20, hired by Have prescribed it a .
harden your heart against. the insidious cessful. Dr. Betting desires to study -- you. '
advance of evil. Have nothing to do witha the'diseases ofanimals peculiar to our 'Annual loss to Brevard Co..........., $S?,'S2S 20 great muny times and its effect is won- .:i

iJMk-mate .or with 'a. comrade who Time from Titusville to New York derful, and would say in conclusion
climate and in the county'who ,
... .to amuse 'or entertain you withooavwsation any persons that I. .have yet to find a case of Catarrh
nine : "
you would not care to,have have sick animals will have-his usually seven to, days. Onefourth "
that it would if
''nether1.J and which you '. ould.bti services free until further ,notice. of fruits and vegetables reportedIn not cure, ,they

'norry ,to .remember if thIS' night the Those? living in the country whose bad condition i on arrival. Annual : would' take it according to directions. .
angel came, knocking soul at, the door:'and animals are too .sick to bring to the loss from delay en route, $ o,coo. Yours truly, Jf-
anmmoned its L. L. GORSUCH M. D.
'lonely journey your'to find ita away God.-. upon-Catholic city;':if they will send in for him he Annual extra cost, of overland route, -Office, Summit, St. '

will gladly serve' them.-Lake City $102,828.20. 215 .
eel Reporter -Time from Canaveral to New: York, We will give$Ioo for any case of Catarrh ;
Goose and, Hen :Partnership.X ., '
three days : that cannot be cured with Hall's

_.' :correspondent of The .:Farmer's Ga- Orange shippers ]learn slowly in What Brevard county would save Catarrh Cure. Taken internally ," .
'.ette veucbes for the following:-"A'goose'belonging parts of Florida. .Past. experience
F. CHENEY & CO. Props.. Torledo '
on one would establish a connec- J. ,
,to a :mfller"kby, someaooMent o ghfto: teach them better, but they -
; was: left' solitary, ,without? .continue ship unripe,, ill' assorted tion with daily Havana ,steamers at O.Sold. '

inate er offspring, gander or goslings. It fruit, ,untruthfully labeled l l and .then Canaveral. It: would pay the:county ..- by Druggists, 75c.
so happened that the miller's wife set a
10: build and maintain a pier and a
Crumble,at the returns. One instance ,
number of duck under alien, '
eggs road to Banana river and collect need stationery of any klad-papr+
tram you
in doe time were hatched. Of course,. is given! ,of a, man who shipped at,a DO pena and Ink? If so, send to DaCosta. Prising .
the ducklings, as soon, as they left the cost of one dollar: and ,twentyfivecents toll;-Florida Star. I and Publishing House,Jacksonville. Fla.

nestv ran by a naturalinstinct. :to"thewater. fora? ,net return of sixty:cents.: t
The .hen waS"m sad
a > plight,
her feelings as a mother 'urging her to Successful. and experienced shipperssay

follow the .brood, and her instinct as a' thatf fruit well'selected and honestly SYMPTOMS -

iJ hen disposing .her to ,keep.on dry Jand., ,l labeled,never, goes' begging, un-" ,

Meanwhile up sailed ,the goose, and, less shipped by a shipper,whose repur ; j 1'
with a BOI8y gabble, which being'interpreted for shipments -
meant Leave them to my care,1, 1. poor prevents PARESISCONSUMPTION
she swain Up' and ,down, with the ducklings ; confidence. ( enough on the part.of' .the

) and when, they 'were ,tiret-with i buyers to investigate. Honesty'pays: ,. ,
their 'aquatic excursion, ,she consigned, 'particularly- in, orange ,shipments. :
OF,TUB BRAIN THE BRAIX(from a pAetegrsplk).
them to the care of the hen. Next morn. Tribune. ,( ,-
.iug down .came the, ducklings, the Tampa ;/ 111 Hea1lhll OmdfHoR. Wi&T&rutt lutou.ResOeamecs .

id again, and' there was,, the';'g o8efIINng _'The growth of'a, Florida town: isalinost'as ,&feverish foeUne,sleeplessness,periodic hwlicb,dizziness dimueas of rWon, -
ringing the ears,.difficulty la thinking, trouble In remembering names sad the feeec_even of
,! for ,them, and there'stood the: phenomenal,as that of west-
noises and
Wends. 'The vtetim of Paresis often shocked or annoyed br_little trifling things.
brht in a great flurry" Observing}'her ern', .cities. :For instance: four years ;;''The nervous system te often in such condition that very alfPt cam,or eyes Do CHI8 at an,'
._ final anxiety, ,the goose came :near the settlement of Motto Biscayne'Bay may excite to sudden outbursts of auger. A feed of pre ore upon the' brain fa fremmUy
'tfe*'shore, whereupon ,the he jumped ago ? on followed. by seasona of despondency,mental depression alternating with period of wild,ffloaiTehopes.
on hoc back and sat ,there.: The :duck- : ,; showed only four smallbuildings When the brain begin to consume or decay,n&ny of these symptoms.bee me a ravated. ,.. ..
orditerenttom what it. was in the past,thought beeoz&e. a positive '.'.
The seems strange
are .
fdbwdd swam up and,down:the pond, ; now; over forty effort and life an intense burden ..'f.

by the. .hen_on gooeeback..Thwarrangement new:buildings,. and preparations are The system ,need soothing, tossing, and bonding up. Something tmaraal'b 4eman ed.
seemed 'to please, both being made.by the residents. to P\t.'up! And here U where the great difficulty has always been-to find something pare,and yet positive ..
.hirdsfor'.i after. day.the' might in 1U resaUa The late Prof.Phelps.of Dartmouth College realized' this when he began his in- t.
lie.seen the attending, at ,least. twelve- more In the next 'TeeU &Uou which resulted in the discovery. of Faine's Celery Com 0UB4.- He .knew sea and
ducklings upon in perfect goose content and good three, moi d sThis, ,location is'i i in ,;women required something heretofore unknown to the world and his great,discovery ba Par*. ..! .'.:. _
nbhed it. This compound cheeks Parella,even after it has secured a foothold in the systeat.Takes
.humor."Numbers of people ',came, to the:fine pineapple section. ,'nowso. enthusiastically oa the approach of the first symptoms,it will positively prevent their inereaae. lie high. ._A' *.
witness: the curious sight,'until at length sought. About $5,000 endorsements by the medic! fraternity and the cures,it is aflMttng easily aunt for MB wosdef- .' .
Poi populartty and the unusual sires has eauaed in this eommunjty.I "';' :y ; "
the able to take .
duoktinfft, ,care aftliemMl'es'retpurerlnalon ; worth.of land was $sold in the vicinity ,
ibe'omtgual'-o' PIAMOMO _DYE tt"' Fa"- ;
', la&t'week and was refused yeti .
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Our there--patience and perseverance--! medicines will cease t01have effect out; or'of' the child "swallowing" the, -
l\UaI! Jlome, if:that'pie isn't' burned: .to"a cinder in The;blood''invaded"by,hordes: of plasmodia wrong wayl" 'The-practice holding! :
spite 'of ,;all-;;patience' and perseverance ,becomes :filled with cttsorga- children flat on'their backs, across the .
A Housekeeping.Panacea- ,.,, :conquer;jail things." nized'red:corpuscles, and nature gives knees, forcing' the mouth open, and .
For Our aunt Home. That pesky:motto kept on ringing up the-fight,,death ensuing. after pouring"in the medicine to pinch '
I have"been greatly amused at, different in,my ears, 'and I vainly wished the Now that medical science knows their nose, is a bad one. Not:only ... '
times at' the different'recipes author of this,helpful manner of distracting precisely: what it:has'to contend. against are they liable to ,strangle, but.there -
given in so many of our papers for helping busy womenwere, present that m the treatment of this hitherto is some danger of forcing the medicine _
tired women. To my mind they all could give them the full benefit of mysterious disease, it may'be able to up,the tube' leading from the throat '
seem, a' little, bit strained-as,:if' the his or'her own. 'words. Since then I find more effective remedies. Alreadythe to the ear,' in which event a serious inflammation ,

"- writers were ,either nor practicing have come to/the conclusion that the discovery has enabled physiciansto }would 'most likely, be set : ..
V what they preached: were not:quite best and easiest way to get .on with correctly diagnose many malarial up.-N. E.. Farmer. '
:. sure ,of the subject they were' discussing our daily is by planning it out beforehand cases"which have: a" way of conterfeiting ,-.
upon. : remembering that we are typhoid fever and other troubles.. OYSTER BBOIPHS. -

Not 1 long ago J ,read ,one and .frail human, beings 'and not a ,steamengine In ,such instances the presence of the -' ...
mentally resolved ,upon the, -first opportunity and do that which seems most plasmodia:in the blood readily ascertained BROILED wrrnMAiTRED'HoTEL: SAUCE.
that presented itself to give needful, 'not' only to, the body' but the by the microscope, settles the -Drain,,then dry the oysters in a napkin
and with and salt. If
it: a. fair trial, and below I will giyeboth soul also;, and if there are little,things question.. Besides, if one must suffer, the fire is bright, from pepper five to seven minutes .
the recipe and the fesult. The that we cannot find time 'to do, let it is a great comfort! to know ,what is should suffice to cook them. Remove -
writer stated that women were too'apt them go, with but slight pang. gobbling one,up. to a hot dish and dress with maitre
I r to, give their sole attention ,to what #*# ffiotel sauce. To make the sauce, rub ? ;
they were doing, and that if they,. as t J Dangers of Galvanized Iron Wa- two tablespoonfuls of, butter till soft and
work in 'of
one tablespoonful
most women do, would not absorb Germs of Malaria. ter Pails. lemon creamy juice,' one teaspoonful of finely r

,themselves_ so closely what they are The Washington.. 'Star. thinks. someday One morning' I got up early and minced parsley- saltspbonf ul of pepper '
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doing and mink ot f something else.c .a 'method of inoculation for the got my breakfast by lamp light, not and one-half teaspoonful of salt
they':would find it a great help to both prevention of malaria may be devised. Slinking to look at the water, _I was: 'BROILED OYSTERS BREADED.-Have #
'body and mind. For ,instance, says Science has got hold 'of the' germ using to mix my batter for' griddle ready a cupful? of fine dry bread cmmbs. ..,
the -writer take motto like this recently and. identified it beyond cakes and tea. Well late i seasoned with salt and pepper. 'Dip each ,
a : ; steep my I oyster into'melted butter; then roll in... ,:
"Patience and perseverance conquer question. It was not a bacillus or any my breakfast with a relish, having a the crumbs,and broil in a double broiler,
all ,things,""pin it upon' the wall over, kind, of bacterium, as has been good appetite, but I did not have it turning frequently. Melt. one table- ;.0
your kitchen table, and when worn imagined,but an animal_ parasite.. The down long before it had a strong desire I spoonful butter, add a tablespoonfulof
.out and tired look.at it, repeat it, and name given to it is plasmodium ; to come up, and up it began to ] tomato been,removed catsup, and to when a hot the dish oyste.ishave ,
you will feel more able to subdue the malaria It belongs to the lowest come. I commenced throwing the 1 this dressing over them. Garnish with pour
fretful: thought,that is bound to arise grade of animal life; being a "proto- contents of my stomach up in a way water cress or curled parsley. '- .,
with over-taxed strength.'' zoon." that for power pr speed would put' to WATER STEW.-Add to the liquor from i, <.
Well, I tried it. I have great faith. This 'little parasite, which is of shame any'' "jet propulsion" ever tried one can of oysters three and one-half '" .,Ii,

in all things that appear in printMonday microscopic dimensions,. appears to yet. I vomited violently in succession, Skim I cupfuls when of water it boils and,.and one season stalk of with'two celery. xc
the' make its home ordinarily in,the soil. short intervals 'between aboutadoz- ;
morning washing was : at tablespoonfuls? ,of butter, one very scant .
'done-we had a toured woman ,employed It plentiful in swamps, but wherever en times,which cleaned my stomach out tablespoonful 1 of salt and a salt- x
: to:.do it. The, ,text. "Patienceand 'virgin,ground turned up for'the first quite completely :(Jcnew'that something I spoonful of ,white pepper. Pour in ; .
perseverance: etc.," was pastedin time, the plasmodium is apt to be very I had eaten or drank was the 1 the oysters from, let the them fire.,boil is up once, and i

the ,most, conspicuous place and numerously' present. It has been matter. .looked in the water bucket, somo'people remove that the soup It has thought a stronger by ,.."
everything went merrily. Blue Monday : noticed, in .towns. ,that, when much dig and behold! the water in there was j flavor( if; after reaching the boiling point, .,, ..
was not seen at all. But Tuesday, ging and' turning over of earth has nearly as white as 'milk, and, quite i it is placed on the,back of the range and '
was ironing day, and for,' economical been going on, malaria, exhibits a tendency thick. .I knew then that I had taken allowed to stand without ,cooking for a
reasons the colored help could be .to prevail. There has been a an' overdose of zinc poison, and I ve few rv'moments.carefully This watched.may safely If allowed be done tn if

afforded ,only for' :one ,day, and the good deal of digging in Washington. think that I was lucky that it was sucha boil, however; the oysters 'become:tough' -, f.' ,
ironing must be .done by, myself as I lately. ,quantity-; if I had not taken and unwholesome. Remove ,the celery ,,' :
well ,as getting! the dinner ready and Entering the',human body through enough to vomit me, it, would have, before serving. '
;t washing'the'dishes. The. 'ironing was the: lungs, 'the, plasmodium seeks 'a most likely, _produced my demise.- OYSTER SHORTCAKE.of baking-: Sift a generousteaspoonful and ..
nearly done' by.eleven o'clock.. Then roosting,,place in one ,of the 'red corpuscles A.,JOSSELYN, Crescent City, Fla., in scant half teaspoonful of salt with a a .
'cause dinner, and that motto "Patiencearid of the blood. These corpuscles Scientific American. heaping pint of flour. Mix into this one ,
perseverance.conquer, etc.,"' had are"in shape fiat, round disks, bearinga --- .. tablespoonful of butter, then stir in
,stared me in the face,all the:time and curious resemble under the microscope Children and Medicine. enough sweet milk to make a soft tlotigh.
I ironed as*I never ironed before,' and .to. pieces',of money. ,How 'essential Greater skill is ,required in giving moisten Roll out half thoroughly of It and with fit to melted a round butter tin,;

went about my other work with the their wellbeing is to health, medicine ,to children ,than to adults. then roll out the other half and lay on ,' y" ,
.. same, feeling that I must do, or die.: everybody knows. The parasite hav- An overdose of a simple remedy the first.. When baked, split,apart, lay '
What would the dinner, be? Not ing taken UpItS residence in one of the taken by ,the latter meacs, perhaps, upon a platter and cover with oyster
sparing time for careful consideration corpuscles, proceeds to multiply, nothing more than a little inconven- sauce. ,
:in little. The ience and possibly a feV days discomfort OYSTER SAUcL-3Ielt in a saucepan a
plunged to get things forming a colony. colony i piece of butter the size of an
that came',to mind-baked sweet potatoes : feeds upon the material of the corpus ; while the same in a young put with it two and one-half cupfuls of
boiled cabbage, canned roast cle,which thus becomes 'disorganized child would be sure to cause serious milk 'and the skimmed oyster liquor.
beef and a pie for' dessert. That_ and! is finally: destroyed, so that the disturbance, if not death. When it boils- thicken with flour rubbed '
would be 'easy and not,take long.; The hostile germs are set afloat in the "Such,'a time as I have had to getit smooth in a little of salt milk.and Season with
one teaspoonful a pinch'of
potatoes were in the oven.. The. ,cab- blood. At: the beginning they weremerely' to, take .its"medicine," is 'a wail pepper,and add the oysters. When they
e,. was cut and put on''to ,boil bits of.protoplasmic jelly, ,without which.mothers are constantly greeting boil up once, pour over the shortcake "
Why, patience and ,Derseverance any particular shape, but now they physicians when their little ones are and serve before it soaks into the cm$t.' .
I, would do wonders. Then, thinking i become.free swimmers and have developed ill. And it is certainly the rule, with CREAMED OYSTERS.-Cook. and 'skim -
1 to: save time and ,fire, I 'would: just long: hairlike oars to paddle children, ordinarily the most obedient a the teaspoonful liquor from of one salt-can, a dash of oysters of' cajeeno, add "

,cook,a,little }hominy'to.get cold to'fry about :with. Each one has three such when it comes to taking medicine, pepper and the oysters. When they bo- -
-,. ,lor' supper.;' Getting this done, I oars radiating from its body.. Thus they i however palatable _it may be, they gin to bubble, skim them out. Add to .
thought, now for the ''pieJ was.1 make:their:way through the veins and prove uncontrollable unless force, is the broth an,equal amount pf cream in

getting, tired out, but that motto ,still I arteries, following' the tide' of the, used.. The fault is invariably the sayhalt which a very a saltepoonful.little soda has Thicken.been stirred with, .. .....
stared me in' the face and urged";me circulation. mother's. Itis clearly 'her duty from I flour-rubbed smooth in a little,cold milk '
on. The pie was made and the n1Q: toby ,Of course, it is not possible, that the first UTexact of her child absolute The amount of liquor ''in a can varies so .
4 this, time was ,firmly, fixed in.'my this sort of,thing should:) } go on to any obedience, and especially to insist :much that it is scarcely, safe to give the ".
mind, and when I began ,setting' the considerable extent without. .seriouslyaffecting that it' ,take what is offered it from amount of Hour but about a neaping ,
r table the health of the individual. spoon or, When persuasion will tablespoonful 'will be needed; and the '.
: it went something like this: cup.. should be quite', thick. Cut the A
y Where'is the table cloth-patience;and The,latter is_attacked by chills, alter- not. avail, the best way to make a oysters gravy into four pieces and stir them ... q
-six plats for half a dozen-perseverance '' nating with:fever._ 'Quinine and other, child take' medicine is this: Press in into the gravy,with a little finely minced
conquer-my,! what: is burning remedies destructive tothe- parasites' the Checks with the thumb and forefinger parley. Sprinkle cracker crumbs over '
--all things-why-patience, and relieve, these symptons. However, of,the left Jiand, inserting the the top and bake till a delicate 'brown. -",
hot it will be
-fit the sweet,potatoes---:conquer allG if, the patient continues: to be .spoon'with the, right hand, In, this, well Unless to'place theoven, them is on quite the,upper grating, .
,.- it's fee .hominy! --:thmgs;-.I, do exposed 'to the absorption, of "she way-fluids 'may'' be poured into the as they require.bat littte baking.:-Goo4-,"). .' .

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.ttMr'MWYR.-, '. '. .. :>- Slag Contributor; party idea is ,an illomenedand ill- in Florida during the winter. It is, their fruit, etc.; "just ship them one
rt'J' If' ,- .... savored European thing.' In,, Europe. a region where_ ,a man can afford to carload and be .convinced." My:
: The Oolite Demands. the.nations that have the least lib- stay if'he can pay'$zoo p acre for friends) I am convinced before I ship
There lying on our desk eJn.;, erty'have;' the ,most political parties, unimproved land. Through Ohio and them carload of oranges how things-, .
.kial number of a paper,bearing the up to four, five or even ,six in someof Indiana the'eye is delighted with agricultural will pan out, and you ought to know \
above title, published Ocala 'by the German parliaments. The,great magnificence-big words from'past experience.Then .
Mestrs. ,Coadori &'Sutton.- 'It;chain: English race from which we are'descended these ,but not too ,big for the subject. again, our growers are going'
pions the, cause: of the farmers -the' only race on the planet I was never in the' West before and headlong into cabbages again at the
through the medium,of the third party, which enjoys true liberty- -settles.all could not realize its enormous development cost of two crops, for ,it will take what _
which is called the People's :party, disputes by a square trial of strength, I could not live there if I little, they get out of the'orange crop
thereby inferentialimplying l! ,that between two powers. would, for only this generous climate to.raise the vegetables; and then they
other' classes besides farmers; and Therefore, we do not wish the Ocala will guarantee me even, a few more, will ship them !up North to be gobbled'
laborers do not belong to'the,.people s.nespaperj( any success in years; but I am glad that we are all part up, lock,,stock and barrel. Now, Mr. ,
..r.th' United 'States. We have no championship a third party.-ED. of the one Nation, even if spelled witha Editor, what I want to say to cabbage
nobility this country, no .clericaparty i e great big N. I am intensely Amer- growers is, if you will and must raise:
no monarchists t. no Jacobins Farm, statistics-No.8. ican and was so even when I was a them plant less l fertilize better and':
the'United, States is simply" as:Jeffer- California is always wide awake. "Reb." J thought then that ours use every,means to grow them cheaper.,".
ton says' in the immortal charter, of When her representatives came to i was the purest type of Americanism Then if you lose. the loss, will not be
oar liberties, "We, the people." Indianapolis they' 'brought a noble I am yet of that opinion. so great. Then dike\ our friend, .
History is full of, ':warnings againsthe j job lot'of agricultural and horticultural Of one thing I am convinced: The Dr. Abernathy, when the cabbagescome
fatal'error: of pitting class against truck; such as men dream of in the logic of force is irresistible, and I off plant the, ground to corn and
claw.-or one class against all:others., early spring time, but such as few of would not.have it otherwise There is raise ten or fifteen bushels per acre; t
;: ,T1re Servile_ War in. Italyunder the us'will ever-see. If the Alliancemeri a species of forceful ic about those, and follow his example still further
,i ffctroic, Spartacus reduced the,Roman of that"'State did it then California is big California pumpkins that stimulates cut crab-grass hay with the mower ;.
slaves finally to: a worse condition, to .be congratulated(;) and delegate{ me to emulate those distant Alli- right after the corn. After you, save
' .than they occupied before: The ,Cannon may well be termed "fifteen. ancemen in the race to agricultural I all l you want for your own use, sell
Peasants': War in Germany in'the sixteenth inch; .columbiad." An Allianceman perfection. One of those pumpkins I the rest for $10 a ton right'in the field..
century, waged under, the",ill. or :any other man of California may would feed an old Florida cow for a Then, you will be doing somewhat ash
"starred a twelve, "demands" of %thcBttodschuh be a'Democrat or a Republican or'a. ,week, but I fear you would have to Brother Campbell 'does; also like;-
. against the princes ,and mugwump, or yet 'a publicisf, but tie her feet to get her in eating dis.' Brother: ,Sutton. This last brother
,tbe mests,, ended .in- cruel butchery first, last and all the time he is a Call-. tance of it. I shall dream of those has promised us.a few points on farm
and in the abrogation of the privilegesand fornian.,. pumpkins and I declare to you with ing, and,I am waiting for them. r .
liberties they ,had before.'' In That exhibit was the best practical l, out mental reservation that I would I want to say to Tom Sawyer that;;
the' "Revolution the Third iEs-: Alliance,doctrine I ever ssw": There rather raise such a pumpkin here in he is the first sawyer that I ever saw r .
|..i invited the,nobles and .the. 'clergy are: men who went to Indianapoliswho : Marion county than be Governor of that sawed. live trees-Oak-a-la Dade":<('l!:-
te'unite !with 'them, 'and'' 'when the will ne'vercto their dying day forget the State and have the power to ap- BACKWOODS CRACKER. o; ,
'UrttH'reftwed they pushed on alone those''pumpkins, that blocked up the poi t..a U. S. Senator with mandamus' Altoona.'. _- .,i', ;,
a4 found themselves, ,;at Mast 'under_ sidewalk like. enormous boulders, attachment.If ,'j" ,::- <
the despotism of Bonaparte. fallen from some mountain side upon we AJliancemen had done our A Lesson In it. :' > :
On,the other hand, when the Ser the tourist's pathway. There: were duty a't Tallahassee aud elected a sure. A farmer in Etowah county, near;;::
vian coottitution of Rome" ; 'created tomatoes large enough' to fill a.wagon enough Allianceman .as senator we Gadsden, Ala, gives an experience i ,
the.order of the equities politicalbody body(toy wagon) and sweet potatoes ,would. have had no mandamus: which every reader may find a lesson '.
'_ol mixed 'patrician and:plebeian;' that ,might_ serve' .for horse blocks_ TOM SAWYER.., without having it pointed out to him.
its the monopoly of patrician Every species of fruit- known to this He refers to,the many complaints of
power' was, broken up and popular. people and in every'cbnceivable condition I The Evil of..Consignment.Editor "hard times' and goes on.to say:

..... liberty greatly promoted. ; 'of preservation, showed how, i Farmer and Fruit Grower In 1867 I found ,myself ,on a fair
,Magna ,Charta, the bulwark o? those,Alliancemen make their living. We have the most liberal-hearted average farm, just where I am now
English and ,American liberty; 'was ,The,display was a, veritable practical i. farmers and fruit growers on earth writing to you, with one"good'mule, a I
Established by: a union: ,of all classes, sub-treasuty. If,any! man wantsto down here in Lake County, as,they broken down army horse, a fair set of-
the nobility taking conspicuous: tell me'any sort of big tale about t say by their actions that the North, farming implements, most second
part in defense of the peopleigainsttho' California he may do it.and lll? not shall have',fruit and vegetables in due handed but.without: dollar of credit
encroachments of-the crown.' call'' .him a, liar:. :There were' 'men season, money or no ,money. Carload and just $&75 in cash. It was the
The most .destructive and wasting I present from every progressive State after carload of oranges, are being last week in January, and the time,
wars, in France for the Jut hundred in the Union, but,only those'of California shipped on the same old plan of con- was coming for its to "pitch Gur' =
yean.have been wars of ,classes, ,t ,thought to show their faith by signment. That by the oldest grow crops" for the year. I had a small"
o ,which the. 'communism of: Paris has their'works., "Me and Bob and Tom. ers, too,. the ones'who ought to be the quantity of corn, about enough with .
gives' rise, involving, the simpler. id not have one thing to show, hence' last, as they have! ,had several yearsof economy to Teed my stock and givemyfamily.meaIJor
hearted ruraKsts in' an internecine 'we;;could'nOt;,brag. On the street,Isawla experience as to what the commission four or'fiye months.
.. o strife against orders and classes and : wagon filled with glorious ors men will do for them. It.seems Times were then hard with me sure
fiaattf against Europe. We. do .not awes, and 'pointing' to, them I exclaimed the,hardest matter in the world to-get enough. My near ,neighbor! 'was a .
was*:to see America. and repetjtioa! : :Behold Florida!1'" them put; of the old ruts. Now,'when little better off but not as' much as I'
,of the scenes enacted? ,or initiated,by When"pressed: by_a California:: man there was ,no other way of shippingthe thought him to,be at the lime. We
'the "red foolfuryof ,the S ine' --the I answered:; "Well, sir;, Florida, alias, fruit, of course they could,not be were talking over the matter when he .
Socialism, and Anarchism of ,our more.sea,coast:than any State'j in ,the blamed; but now, with, our Home informed, ',me that he was' going to
great cities l leading the honest farmers ;'Uni ri., Trump that will you." Bob Market and Fruit Exchange, if i they Gadsden the next day 'to make sow,; .
into a bogles strife under the,.delusive Rcigerssaid:: Florida! ;I represent! do not.,ship through :them, we,believe 'arrangements for credit to,enable kiw, ::'
banner ,of the misnamed "Pep"pie's the health,,of, Tom Sawyer their :good, wives ought 'to cowhide to,make his crop and,asked"me to go "
Party. .wealth, land.Tom: Hind. the. ,beauty;" every one'of them, or 'hire.them outara"shilling.a with him and see what I could do.

Nor do we'expect to see such scenes, and that:almost broke up the conven. day,until they pay back. \Ve Vent to town. Jt wasn't! long before -*,
for' the ,American people-the:: true tion :Rogers'oucht to;be careful.In ]. to their better halves what was stolen' 'my neighbor had secured his
4. people, not the' vile iCUmof.cltleS--, :passing up;from Chattanooga to by,the commission: men from them.'I credit, with, a note and mortgage;
arc accustomed to settle gall questions Cincinnati, you behold some,' 'of the ''Why, sir, f.ur county,is flooded with which he was to trade out during ate \; ;
'wfcb sense'and reason, by,the;t ballot,' finest.:country OIl1 epIa et. ::1 wonder: agents soliciting i for the commission I year. : vr'; : : !

fef ft&ir. staixiup fiat,between two, ,:why .anyone, ever moves. away fry men,' telling our growers what wonderful -I I tried to do the same, but,kgo. WM" ;,

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and'.I could .not:make'the security they tiori,with the,existing laws. The laws Commerce (Tex.J) : The RICH FLORIDA '

demanded Wel ,.we.went back-home can\be changed so'that no man shall most serisiblerpeople of t.his'country ,LANDS.Farmers .

together; 'ray neighbor, with a smart have,. the advantage: in law, over his are cfemoring-'not- for an increase of /

load of bacon, .flour,'coffee, sugar and, neighbor; and in a.free competition jn cheap money, but for an ,increase-of -
+$rj goods,and"*hoe for ,the,children-,. all. things may be fbund a 'conditionthat good:money, for when good-money is

:with'a drew::for bi wife,and, Sunday ,may' permit ,of the industrious abundant the-people will find ;someway '

., coat for' himself., ,My; '\ aeori wasempty worker securing',to himself the resultsof ,of getting'their'share of it

and;,'!, disconsolate: ,' with nothing his labor.. We fear the force,of socialism, we

'to take ,to my.fireside but; a heavy No. republic'can live with'an: ignorant dread the horrors of anarchy, but

heart and a will to:work. I ,told'myD. citizenship.; requires brains to they, do. not grow from the spouting jLLrJi

:wife all'about my fa iIur? to get,credit, demagogue Both from real
be a.,good citizen I, but any;fool l can be come ,
'and we talked ,the. matter ,over untirn ; a slave, peon or. ser( -Southern Mer ,conditions, and these are' conditions
i-- midnight 'cW I/' said she, : which of wealth have i =
; cury. "Eminently' true; now be careful, ,men to meet or t

-TTom, we have got two good cows,. henceforth not to: call the farmers, the to make worse. Every employer who,

some.hens and a:' few pigs, a good garden slaves. and serfs of the money', ., creates the impression' in the minds of w
t and ,the best of ,health: So
r c we his employes, that he is the master
will stay'at home and get :Jour1,credit Winnsboro (S. C.) :Advocate:, :The" arid they are the slaves, is teacher of .
from ,wOrk' Bless she State bank issue is only another dodgeto .
our .her'lOu1, : socialism._ Any man who creates an
and Think ..
Alliance with and thus .
the ,
was the wisest 'woman, ,I think,',that enormous fortune and uses his wealth

ever lived, on earth, among the; best enable the,money.power,to keep its re solely for his own, enjoyment, .does. WHY Spend the best years of your

that ever went.to heaven;. I,took:her tentless grasp, upon the' p ple.t'fh more 'to propagate anarchy than all cultivating\ the soils of the frozen 1

advice and at the end ,ort th ::year I National bank fraud is preferable to the the Mosts: and all the men hung in North and"West raising crops on which .

had,seven ,good, bales of cotton, 240 State bank fraud. Chicago.,-Ghauncey M. Depew the freight is often not realized. when _

bushels :6f f corn 'had. saved, :1,200; Cincinnati (O.:)people.Aid and Alliance DeLand Record:' It' is claimed ,by you can buy land from the undersigned, r ,

.pounds of 'bacon, banked, 'up snugly ,Review- : There is all the difference the ,tax collector o'f Volusia county rich and fertile as anyknown lands,
bushelsof' while world between and.where you,can raise a that the
loc ; sweet potatoes; : in the knowing that under the new law: for the collection crop .
my good wife had ,$14.60, made from anddoing. One_ man with but a little United States Government will,pay a -
of taxes' a larger '
her eggs, chickens,. butter:,and honey,' knowledge will succeed, because he of taxes will remain unpaid at BOUNTY'of$oo'on each acre i

besides she, had bought herself: a:summer does,,as,much as he knows. Another, expiration: of the,time for collect- HOLD'On' this isn't all; You'can sell' .- ..

dress and bonnet and cloth,enoughto ,' man ;"who',knows a great deal, will fail ing than: the amount which} became the.said! crop right there in your home. ::-> "

make the undergarments raU: the because he puts so ,little of his' delinquent under the operation df the market for$250 per acre. .'You'ask for :. ". ;!
'children. And best of all L.didnotowe into the "How", and the '
knowledge practice. old law.. The, collector is this week "Wherefore. ., r

,a .man on earth a:cent., :The: anti.sub-treasury members of finishing' up his first round and: reports Quite right-facts and figures count best .

ify neighbor, who had: the'credit'J the'Texas Farmers Alliance have reorganized practically no collections at all. 'Plant'th.Land.with. Sugar Cane. ..; ; '-

'could not get, made eleven bales 'of under) the original charter. On the '3d prox. he starts over the TO OLD' Farmers and careful '

cotton,and small corn crop no.meat.I It-completely'shuts l out political issues county on his'second and last round, perus-
the fact that there is .
ers of
and .had run his ,credit until he was and all ;persons established near Kfssimmee Fla. the .
several hundred dollars: .in debt., I organizations:which exercise: any distinctive that trip in ;the matter of collecting. ,,
St. Cloud Sugar Refinery .is stale
met him in,Gadsden during the monthof { functions a political party. Those, that can should pay their taxes.
news. We are talking ,to all our
January, 1868 after he ,had settled l Ant-person who believes in socialism, then, as it, will ,save them a great in ..
: Sugar cane, can be raised as .
with the merchants and sold his communism, or anarchy is also convenience., ,
: cheaply as corn,. and Uncle Sam
All that he haH show will'J
cotton. to ; ;
excluded. J'
The ,only method this reform move- of Iwo cents
pay you,a bounty per pound
for Ml, )year's work was a new
I *
: An Alliance/Temperance meeting ment has is education-this is the manufactured .
on the sugar. The St.
that he did f.
buggy and about '.in really cash. not' : need, will.l>e' held: on Seward Lake, Saturday only weapon with which it is to fightits ,Cloud plantation in Osceola Co.,*Fla.,
$86 In '
sold his-debts 1872 and my ; :December 12th., Several speakS battles.Vhen the people are siifnV averaged 4,500; pounds of sugar to the ,
,neighbor out.to '
; jny ers; will ,be present to entertain the ciently enlightened 'through' ,this acre last year, and it will go 5,000 \ ..
to,keep the sheriff<< and, moved
away crowd.. Everybody is invited to at agency the needed reformation will pounds this year.METHODS .
to,Texas, where he :came to want. The ,
tend. 'Bring well filled.lunch baskets' come, and,come swiftly. Whether it
same ,year'I Had $2,350;'I loaned put ? This! isn't the only big
if convenient and let us have, a delightful comes through one party or the other .,
) f
and drawing: good ,interest, 'well se- .. _. .._ .9.. chance of your life, however. The '
picnic;;and a royal good time. makes but little difference. When
cured and I have borrowed cultivation of rice lands about Kissimmee
; never .a. : -
T Williams :L.V.. the citizen is brought to un- -
: J.' Crompton, average:
cent, or a thing:of anyone, or ever had O Whitman Committee. derstand that the object of the allianceis is to become an assured, profitable t '
.merchant's book for fact. There i is richer'or better ,
my;name on a a the no
for'his relief and he embraces
nickle's' worth of credit.. I'hve:; often 'The:following resolution was passed, faith alliance leaves truck and market-garden lands l in i the ','
there him to
thought and< most'firmly _that"'the.best unanimously at, the meeting of the his world than the land on the rich over' '""
exercise'his to
thing that ever:' happened. to me was, Polk County Alliance, November : suffrage alliance flow,. or bottom lands about ,Kissimmee. '

mjr failure to get credit in 1867? :26th;, '1891: "JRcsofyedj by the, Polk ,strives own good to)teach judgment him what The his redressis Write, confirmation, to Col '
Alliance in session this the
Kear County McClure editor
have A. 'K.
twenty-four: years passed Philadelphia
inflicted him
for the
since I had 26th day of November, 1$91that wee wrongs upon who has t ;
my disconsolate ride, back Trines, personal knowledge.Then .
but he alone must be the judge.of .the
to 'my humble 'home from Gadsden.I deplore; re-opening the question, or 'the candidate that is most in lands for orange groves, or

have since" reared JL'family of sevenchildren of licensing' saloons and' stirring .up likely party to afford him that redress. The ,groves already' cultivated 'or bearing,,_ 7

giving them .the'best",educa, strife on that'-qu tIon. That we :are alliance is not-a political{organization I can satisfy you that your best interests '

the country ,could offer, have unalterably opposed to having saloonsin lie in seeing me,before any,one'else. :4 a
'the:: county, and 'we advise all,, the in ,the senseof nominating ,candidates,
built andhave' :
a,large new home and barn: HOMES.
Sub-Alliances to so inform their members but it is a political organization in BEAUTIFUL The healthfulness
enough, thank the good Lord, its members the of. and Kissimmee:
l ,.arid their neighbors that they teaching principles beauty ,.! _
to'keep',me and my family' in comfort may'not be inactive in regard to their good,government So far as_.any political have never been questioned.. No ....
as long as I shall live: I want 'sub-,
: imperative duty." L. W. ,.Crompton, pressure from the alliance is diphtheria, no consumption, no pneumonia .-' .:
treasury help, and'never have, wanted Alliance.I concerned, its members are as free to -in fact, read our' medical. ,- ,.
it but and then thank ,God I: SecretaryJPolk County! ,
once .
; vote with the democratic, republican report. Beautiful cottages, villas or '-'
'.could not get it There is'not'a farmer It is.;a;disgrace: to our State that the
or,third party, if one ,is in the field, lots suitable for residences Writefor
in Alabama:worthy the name of farmer present registration, and election laws .
as they were if they had never. joinedthe terms:and particulars. : ,
who, cannot:do just what .I have done. remain-upon jts'statute books.. Partisan I '. '
alliance. This presentation 'of untold : -
officers of registration, supple- get ,
the status:of:the' alliance. as a political quantities of the grandest climate intheworldfree .. '
Temple ,(Tex.) Times: Whatever mented' by partisan .election boards,
factor reflects the true sentiment of
scheme may be for:the circulation in disfranchising a .with each acre ground
adopted have succeeded .
the order: both state and national.Florida .--- pur'c1i.a.sed. Come ,where you can till ;', -
of more :money 'among the majorityof: the l legal\, voters of Florida -;

people, there can, be 'no permanent ,, and :peace and prosperity will Alliance., the soil twelve months ,in the. year. --' .. ,

relief unless it is made .impossible for neverbeours: ; until these laws' are repealed Six days <-iliei than At least write to me for full particulars.t .. ,
those who have '" Oyt-to ny Yftrt.-iT let If'd.&lM W,.. CANNON, .j
now, especial privileges and equal justice meted GRV Agnta'tl, Ex. Otoon ;
l to absorb this Will the members of e( ll1"n.,N. Y. colon y KIMflmmee"FlR. :
addle all l ]
proposed onr people steentoL _Mt pulp A je 1M the temla or tIM IMMton patches.. ,
turn too.the'circulating......Q81.. The ,the Alliance carry out -these Jieeded tender., meet'T&e only end Rape deHrlotu. for the Aeeeetated Railway:* lands,acts th :::

showers' ,that .fall 'upon die! mountainside reforms',- or 0 will they pass by what iswithin : .rftrllatM thM rents and that pwtlyrreskd both tt3 I }P aRM et JC1.NIm sugar ee ,IAMI cane Co., rice,,trucking]_ '.'. ,';'-, I"

End their'way to ,tb e, rims and ,their 'power and'vital to our !I t)1I1'L.aeh ,re...Mwert' t'tV .fruit, gf.'f timber, general farrateg,
seas, and so will whatever:exit* issue welfare; inn pursuit of chimerical 1 nisi label.t3e.d, f t and h-em B41. Send sap sbewiag I. ,
of:'OMMjr that may be put. i. _+citta--::sc?-- ,alifax Journal. j,_ svu_IIIR"IUII.ll.L1A&. iatta( uorra..r hat<
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j_i(: ; .. ," : ;:,c'(:: '>'; FLORIDA; DII riiUFAMER; AND PRUIT-GKOWEK.. [DECHMBEK 10,1801,' ;,' :

:: : I .' '-Does 'Orange; Growing, :;Pay: ? "CENT-A-WoRD": COLUMN.- -x:__ 'y.::
lani5: 1:4 I CPATCIt 1
,i: : } II Our orange king, .Mr., E 'M.:.,Carpenter '' OWEhI To Insure'insertion in this column, adTtrtise-'.. ;

-'-'- ...- -- ...., ----I has',today' the most eau (u\ I t R'.M' E-1foal !=IRsawcett ments Advertisements: must be accompanied not by exceed the money..fifty words. .'

!i sue'-Bot Obeoked"by'Insecticide.tttor l : groves,in'the .coJ nt y..fh' "groveon{ I. 1:1: IDIQOUM1D y. Postage Stamps received in payment. -
Count word,including name and address.
j which Ke resides has front ,ooo. to every
.* r : A .4,000 boxes and is bowing its limbs to CHAS. W.,DACOSTA, ,Publisher.Tcraas ;

Hie orange groves ;near- ...Sanfqrdkaowa the ground with its- lovely :golden FOR SALE,'three-Handsome years' old branched, some bearing.Klefier pear Ad-' .

as,the Orange Hoti e.property, globes. His noted LakelHelen grove of'Subscription: dress' J. II.GIJIAMEAC. ,'Monticllo. ,.Fla.. '
(formerly ,owned by Mr. : 3M.5ROb- has'an immense-crop" of as fine fruit Kor one year.-..........<..................|2 (00 _. 1"-,
full 'bearing *.. .. .,......... .... -:By"young- man, care. of orange ;
... MOn, ,consisting 500: as ever grew. For sixmonths,. *._. .,,. .-. .l (X43r WANTED six years'experience Address PBRMAWCY -

aw et >seedling'orange;trees' has fob: L ,Hi: other _groves at.this: place'are ::-Sabseriptious: in 'all cases 'cash In ad;' ,58 Julia St.,Jacksonville. it ,

number of years-bcen co tractingthediwme ; vanee., / _, r 'nurseries
bringing handsome,profits. .Mr. rp.enter's -? -Partner fa contract for *
:, known\'s .jftxK-r '
,success .as:an orange grower: UondurasUncqualled..Of: >?Ortunity foe an ener-
gem, in spite of\4a'' persistent, effort:onmy is:due alone to his energy ,and.per. should be made by Clieck, getic:'man. M. LESSON., Sparta, Randolph Co., i
to find, a, remedy 3y thefirst Postal Not,Money Qrder,or Registered Iict Ml. it iI
: [, to' the
,attention every spring_ ter,.to order of 2S.0009"'year&OursWckss.oooJa1IO.Tardi1f ,
of March, 1 89 I nearly every tree ,of fertilizers, 'which'are' SAIE-
put ing on, FLORIDA D18PATCIL AND FARMER I Majorca and. Villa Franca lemon I
in the etftire grove had 'unmistakablesigns buds in CaUey: Gnavas. CORP'I.
the.purest,hull ashes fie, can purchase. ,.AND FRUIT GROWER, same;7,000 sear "1a-1o-zt 11
i MUBDOCK, Oxford Fla.
of the disease.and several.trees
'He:'spares neither'time nor money on Jacksonville, Fla;;
'.had>died outright had tried''rer them and his for them- D UTTER TIIAN,,A BANK ACCOUNT.-A fine :
groves speak ,'IJ Pecan: grove. Now is the time to start one.
moving' the dirt,from the J larger: roots; selves., For, several years they, have NOTICE OP;INSOLVENOY. t Write for particulara.. D, 1* PIEXSON, Monti-
poured a mixture of lime-and carbolic failed This i cello Fla. n-3'3,_- .
never, on a large crop.,. -
acid in the form :of whitewash.aroundand DBEKEEPERS-Will sell you sections foundations -
? year: ,he has sold his fruit to,,a Chattanooga IN COUNTY jmxJE's.COURT, ''I) I [) and other supplies at Northern Man-
over the exposed roots;;, .employed firm at handsome figures and PUVAL COUNTY,FLORIDA.J -ufacturers'prices if ordered at once.: 3 D.L.PIER-

workmen, for months, in cutting ,out has the satisfaction of seeing ,his WHEREAS\ Chas. W. DaCostar,administrator SON, Monticcllo,Fla. J J33'FIRSTcLASS" ..
:of Geo. C.Goodrich deceased,-
,dieaed parts and washing the'wounds groves bringing in 'a fortune in, themselves late of, the'county aforesaid, having filed in the A :SSTfuU-bearingorangegroTemust: i
with crude carbolic: acid put..acar-; office of the County Judge of said county written 11be sold at some price;obliged to have money
; ; andean truly say that .orange .suggestion of.tile insolvency'said estate, quick. A great investment. Apply KBNNARD'B
k>*d of:lime. on the grove.broadcast, growing is a paying business,if .managed notice: is herebygiven to all persons having claimsof G&OVE,Waldo,Fla. 12-3-41
.an nature whatever: against said estate td file .
usuaVtreatroefits y
tried all the
aDd in i short ,
; ; property: His brand, br trade the same, duly authenticated, in the office: ol F OR SALE-10,000; first-class i and' ayearoldorange .
'without obtaining ;satisfactory County Judge of said county on or before the 8th : and lemon buds. Price 30 to 400.f.'o.
'' treatment ,mark, .on.all:his boxes is a-Iarge horser day of April.A.D.,4892,at which time there will bv J.L.UERTEPX.lakeland Fla. 12-3-.t
re uits. I think' the somewhat shoe-(gopd luck) with name and\ residence be a pro rata payment to creditors entitled thereto -
.. stayed the 'progress of' the; dis- J and the administrator discharged. FOR SAtE-Six thousand budded suitable and
of owner a large orange and Witness my 'name as County Judge of said! fruIt trees; fine, staked; for
mtet but the gum continued'' to' leaves and blossom and underneath county, this ?Sth day of September: A. D., 1&)1.W.B.OWEN. shipping. M. D. Noatox,Eustis\ Fla. 12-3.4t

cxt de and the disease,still remained.On '"Golden Farm.." -to.t-m. County Judge.. LECONTE,l,a,3 4-YEAR.OLD,KEIF-

March 7th,-. 8ix"! I bought\two FOR AND GARBER'S HYBRID PEAR ,
R The oldest xpf Mr. Carpenter'sgroves TREES WRITE TO B. PARTRIDGE,MON. .
barrels of Eureka Insecticide,and:one is but fifteen years old, the DEAFNESSITS : TICELLO, FLA. _u.>>tt:

of Bean's spraying outfits d began _
and these show ,. kinds ,Satsuma
youngest eight; ; groves TAPAN.P rsimmon,choice Loquat -
spraying the trees and the ground J Orange trees very cheap; Write for terms.
..J.tIIeCI what a man can do on our_pinelands CAUSES AND CURE, : 1:!.TRUEBLOGD.-Archcr, Fla. u:26-6L '
wider the trees two weeks.,
if he has 'push and ahead-.
energy, go
one gallon of insecticide'to'each'bae1'of ; 8cl .ntincally treated by an aurlst of worldwide : correspond with parties with
This ativeness.about. ,--Orange City reputation. Deafness eradicated and in the growth and manufacture
water. treatmentvas Times. ent I rely cured,of from 20 to 35 yea nt'stand'ng,,: of tobacco. 'Cleared land and; buildings
,ce in regularly until the: first:of after all other treatment have failed. How suitable growing, curing ad manufacturingit +
-*-. if desired.. GEO.C.HIXFO&D, Rixford.Fla. ,
the difficulty In reached and the cause removed -
October, at a total'cost for outfit.-and The' estimated loss ,of agricultural l full I v explained circulars, with affidavit U'I9-3t ,q

imecttcide of,$'Iog.85, and as near as,I, *and testimonials cures from- promi- orange trees, finely grown, newest
in the United States insect
nent mailed free.
products by people BUDDED
varieties, to cents. CanoraddressG.RownQkahumkaIakeCO.Fla.
f estimate it I paid. (or.lab 'r in, 30 40 -
Mi depredations is $380,000,600., Dr..A.FONTAINE, 19 East 14th St., N. Y. -.
the about $200. li-i9-6t ,
raying .trees _
5. 5 5 These figures, are based upon! the
F. .even figures say it cost, '' $300 to W. G.Ti1 hman, Palatka, Fla., for
estimate of our products at about- PLANT BED CLOTH. WRITE,
regarding his book on nature's
Tbe about, 'boxes of *
$3,800,000,000. law that controls the sex.: -"It is of great Value to'
oranges' 'oo the trees now that have' .. ( Cheap substitute for glass on hot beds, cold! stock.breeders, for with it you can have either
will. humbugbecauseit
No :
been this sprayingpr frames, etc. Three grades, Light, Medium and male orfemaleat 1
kept very bright by, can be had to-be paid for when you are satisfied
i4 eu. It is quite possible that; :,the BROWN'S: IRON: BITTERS: Heavy,. as to its merits. 1-19-101'

ddjtiooal'price at which this fruit can: Cures Dyspepsia Indigestion FOR FLORISTS, GARDENERS, $AZE Orange and lemon trees on sweet

_-be fold.on account of its fine',appearance &i.Debili t '. TOBACCO GROWERS, ETC.;: FOR native Florida sour,,stock.lemons.Seedling LAKE grape REGION fruit NURSERY trees,

will fully repay the total! :expense -. Co.,Auburudalc-;Polk Co., Fla. U.I9"41

the The have .Protects.from' .frost, promotes hardy, vigorous and
of Of best.eaiaeK
spraying, ,grove. trees
..., .. Will not shrink mildew. FORHIGN selected
,. growth. or varieties, by years'
:entirely I stopped) bleeding y, have put : IF YOU HAVE' experience:in Florida. Chasselas uttichau, Madeleine

on .a good growth; are ..of'a dark, Blue. and others. Send for circular, II.
har thy green, and It is the general !!HTM OR PILES VON Lt1TTJCHA ,.. arleton>Fla._1 i Ia-3m ,
jj AKI (JAPAN PItRSIM1IONoooHaclia.iya.:
n opinion of those who have examinedthe n.. ,Hyakume..Yemen-and Zing trees, j. to 6-
grove that ,the mal digoma is en. get high. Also"3,000 of fine variety not yet
SICK HEADACHE?DUMB AGUE.Cos. named by the Department of Agriculture. Local y
ttr iy ,cured., It, its top soon, to, say TIVE BOWELS,SOUR STOMACH and For sale by leading dry goods houses, seeds. names:. Sanford's Imperial,Triumph,etc.: Trees '
BELCHING r your.'oot!does not aua. to feet All for sale cheap. '''J. R. MCIRVIK! ,
yaritirely that it will not .return ,I men, florists,-etc. :2 3
BO appetite
Gainesville, Fla._n 5-sot ,
-54 : wtU+ advise further at later date. NATIONAL WATERPROOF',.FIBRE CO
you ; 27 South St.,New;York,N. Y. Cash with order.-Mote's Htett Aato-
"' :M. F ROBINSON. matic Single Orange: Situ: will size
.r f ifs Also'waterproof overs from a# centi per square 250 boxes S per day. Hundreds now in use. Seed .
yii. .ront.. '1flt. -, ; Pills'wtll foot. for testimonial: sheet: order .earl,. This is ,ac'i
"* For:prices,circulars and samples apply to'T,.J.' knowledged by all to be the best and cheapest

HTd's Acid Phosphate DOLLINSr Orlando, Fla. slier Leesburg: : in ,existence.Fto.: E.' II. MOTE'S- SIZER Jo-.Jot Co., .

'. : ': Imf *rt8, Renewed. Strength; : eure"the
':and :vigor where. there. hs ,been exHauttiorT. ,.. .body. l'r1ec,23e. per grataYigoroua ate&. j J Q CAULrzR in Coulters',-Orange fruit City; FU.car. Address 10-15-71 R. D.
.. r 1 A MAN :S450HIS \ACARTNEY 'ROSHS'BAke beautiful, eves-

'. '. T .. NEIGHBOR [VI grcenstock-proof hedge Ptaats and. cttttfeffs'or .
sale.' M.ONEOX,Fairbanks- ,Fla. jo-S-iflt .

; '_ k5 lt 3375.paid onLy WATT MOTE Best sizer AUTOMATIC in existence: ORANGE; will slat SIZ-400 ,

New Planet Jr. Tools Fer theveryaalafPlano. boxes per day Brights on. one side;RHSMU oa
the other., Pnce reduced to ITS,sank with order.
Neither toM WM irorthBick 3, IL MOTB AurostATTC SiZBK Co., Ltt fcarg,
c a over IJIQO. ?la. Send for Catalogue and testimonial.fc...

Am*other-things''TWO NEW- :GARDEN' DRILLS. Onesowseither ] i''!: I Iisvre Yavrself Jo-S-Jo.

>>YILY.S 0. the Other In addition,' ....=b '--1LUDDEII -- \VG. a package of suedkfa fail cantsbymail
-110"'" JlBLOWTHE SEED. '. '. ,that will cure your,:sick cattle. Gift k a

Improvements too.iu 'PLAXE't\. JB:" coMBryEP SEED: PRH.I ANDO & BATES, Sanlla!), Gat heal and be convinced. ':. r'9--

'$ ,. in, the DOTJBLB AND SINGLE WHEEL HOES and marked.. Who haft bat<*.PHfi and Uut the I****fcwnCToo .Jr It It -a OOTT lud8 ItfM Waei&
mn<< 't"pjr them mss then lantram nUro ,(L) LWV .. M4
In nctuilly worth. They MS not built that w&y. "'iI I'nK"you -Free. fINIf". A
The fine NEW TOOLS offered In 1891 are made still more attractive for 1868. Writ to Latest SPECIAL OFFERS Oardm ors:.0nl.USEFUL.ti tN]***. Or t4JfarmerAWf
wrftt.i;gtvu li nl'firriiiMI Itm.OtiS
.' $O IMMEDIATELY FOR NEW CATALOGUE and falldaaeriptfoaof alltbe v '":Buprl llA.MuosWAeee..fcifar
:sais M Mnr made., Itisiapeeifbte to undertake any sftttefaetory doodriptfoa kefe.. J I tftQ r ,
j THhU8P.SIPSON'.w aton. .," If. W kMLL ....,..
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i'j One or, two pickings cleans the crop.. '
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... '_'' THE" ; % % First In the New York, Philadelphia;,and':'
THtf ORANGE GROVES i markets for the 3
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1Ii-_" VIA ? 'Wij6- Those sent out in, any. ., other way are' spurious. tip Lead Scaled. :

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'These lines are equipped t the SOUTHERN GARDEN GUIDE a'ALMANAC issS! JUST OUT]!

,!, > latest improved,modern appliances{ ,for ,

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'..: .' Our. patrons call them the. r ROBERT BUIST JR.

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.''''''.,.;&>K. W., 8.50'' ,a. m., ',daily. ;except, .....11 .: ,"" .i

: .; >Sunday.; 12.15 p. m.., daily; '4.00' p. ':'

." m.,. daily:except Sunday.! Arrive 630
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.. :t. p. m., Sunday only; I..oo.p; ,m., daily The Full: Prospectus, of Notable Features. for 1892 and Specimen Copies.will be sent Free '

.,E4 ':- .except Sunday! Arrive II.'SQ ,a. m.,' Brilliant Contributors. .r. ;1

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: 5.40 p. m. S .Articles have been written expressly for the coming yolume by a host of.eminent men and women,among whoa are ,

.f! :; INDIAN, RIVER STEAMERS. The Right Hon.V.- E. Gladstone. .: Count l Ferdinand de Lesseps. -Andrew Carnegie.,-'Cyrus W. Field -'
'The.Marquis\ of Lorne.-Justln: McCarthy, M.P. -Sir Lyon Playfalr. -Frank R. Stockton. ;

:f/-; Q,Leave,Titusviile 6roo a. m.. daily Henry. Clews. -..Vasill Verct tch:1gln.v.. Clark Russell. -- The Earl of J\teath.-Dr. Lyman Abbott: I
"" .' '. Camilla Urso.-Mrs. Henry M. Stanley: and One Hundred Others.'
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: : .> Gallic, Melbourne, and way J.landings.iaU .; : n The Volume for 1892 will Contain
'1',.... Nine Illustrated Seriat..5tories. 100 Stories of Adventure..' The Best Short Storlw.'j ,
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*.i 7.00' p. .m; Articles' of Practical Advice. Sketches of Travel. 'Hints on Self-Edtfcatioii.
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.Jupiter and way landings t Connect-. Railway Life and Adventure., Charming Children's Page. Natural' History! Papers.'

,. 'iitgat Jester .with. trains of J. & L. 700 Large Pages. Five-Double''Holiday Numbers. Illustrated Weekly Supplements Nearly 1000 ''I Illustration ..
,W.f/Railway' for(; all points' on. Lake FREE, TO JAN. .i I, 1892. Jl
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and f'OrFall.Yea1". from that Date. Thin offer.laelndNilae; THANKS t I1
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: a -local or'address' the.'GeneralR.B. Roses ." Its Prednctlon 75
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: ,- '1001 ? .- : ',.: :*!! ;THE :FLORIDA 'DISPATCH, FARMER-AND FRUIT-GROWER. .' f DECEMBER 10,1801


I I: '.' Miff and ;Fruit. ,J JAPANESE blcbesnutsJapan'PERSIMMONS WalauU.,,hardy Plums.orange':Mammoth Un-
F Orange leonardy Grape stock,rare bulbs,seeds
eta.. $4ive.fig trees and grapevines., Goods. sent'
safely by Freight, Express or mail.
U.: V.. LASS spring.buds on"stocks from%to 2 inches in diameter. As'thrifty, healthy .Send for our'new, finely illustrated. catalogue.
& ". xl well-rooted tree as/:can probably :found in the Slate. The'Leonardy'y : Address .

: Grape Fruit, though a hybrid grape fruit and,sweet orange, is practically typir H.; H. BERGER &: CO.,

: cal grape fruit of superior.quality.:' Also: Mango and ATacado"pear trees., San FranciscoCal.'-

;/ .iw.JIB, 'OYRIJS W; BUTI.ER; St. Petersburg, Fla. Established. J
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!, X?!.. FACTORY
: nr' FINEST: .
Iuft'"pOllithe: remedy for the .bMediaeUe;br Its
Organs, IN UNIT E D ST AT ES.. .' use thousand of cases of the worst kind and of lone

$35. Always ready for QUICKT SIIIPMENTS-o( Finest. 'BUndin haTe been cured. Indeed so RIOT*I is my Ww Central and Peninsular
OatrUlin Pianos and Organs Direct to ut'.Jlumea.> mttsefflcacy.that I will send TWO BOTTLM' TM.wtt&
.> VALUABLE TREATISE on tnis disease to any rot
..,." .I 'loarh&me- below From REV]AS.l.f. POTTS,D. D..jeditor of Michigan a feier who will Bend me their Express and St..***** RAILROAD,
ps Dg fiat Christian Advocate DetroitMich.t"To My that I' *. A. Slocum, DI. c.. 181 Penrl N. Y.
'AddmtUM ire are delighted with the Piano does not express TIlE FLORIDA TRUNK LINE
-' the fact: We are jubilant. .If all your instruments '
T,taw e A are as fine in appearance and as pleasing in tone as (Formerly the F.R. k N Co.) offers Increased t
BEAVER ScmAPLLSlaBCMlp.AOrgans.. this one,your patrons will rise by the hundred., Ar C facilities this season for travel to, Florida,

.. From PROF. H.TECK'Valhermoso Springs, Ala.: "We could'not be pleased better"'with : o r having In addition, the LOUISVILLE to Its old and& ,NASHVILLE popularconnections -.

tfaefcasing or tone;quick in response and melodious.' In short we are highly pleawd with the organ.. R.It. at the River Junction, and the ,
From B. D.GRIGGS Adairsrille, Ga.: "I am well pleased with the organ In every respect. It is 2 ON oO GEORGIA SOUTHER A FLORIDA (the
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sH claim it to..be.tI
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route Floridaarrangedfor
Prom'Y. 11. C. A per'J, G.COOI.EY, Jlillsboro, N. C.: '"The organ gives entire satisfaction. =2Zu .. Suwannee route'River from the West and NortLwest -
r. Every one who bag seen it is very much pleased with the instrument and the price on the same." r a new ,-Bainbridge and Monti-
from BEN. PI; STEEI/E, Presoot.-Ark.: "My family! well pleased in every respect with the via MontgOmery sleepers from CINCINNATI -
cello, carrying through
so is wonderorgan '
How you sell them cheap a / *
The road has now no less than

,CW a a Seven Points,of Connection With.

The. PRINTING HOUSE wAu sCa tho North,
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namely Fernandina, Callahan Jacksonville
Live Oak, Lake City, Monticello I and River
Junction making comfortable connections,
JAOKSOJSLVmiAR FL.A' :: 1H with Chloago,-Kansas City and all northern
.. >t '. T o cities for, which this road. Is specially In
:..': ; '-; ; 'I < ;' : ; : .. W augurated.Tlio .

Was. 'deBtrbjed in the great'_faro.August 17th-but.I wish to to"my'jfrienda. and a o'x M Florida Centraland
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that all orders for *. : .i" Peninsular Railroad
_. : patrons ; .
.-' ... > s 12- a a Is the greatest artery of'travel .through the
finest: parts of Florida traversing twenty-
( PRXNTXNG: an.ci.: :aJNDi: : : G. four counties-Gadsden, Jefferson, Dnvat,
Alachua. Lake Leon, Suwannee Nassau,
'. POULTRY FOOD! Levy, V Orange, lllllsborough, Wakulla,
&. Columbia- Clay Marion, Polk Mangee;
'i "Will receive.tho usual promptness and attention. )Madison Baker Bradford Humtcr, flbr
nando and DeSoto-In their richest porttoas
It runs through the MIDDLE FLORIDA REGION 1
:;d! OF HILL COUNTRY where are the flue old

.iff TYPE, III PRESSES, NEW MAGIMEI I I Ie Trade Mark. Farming Lands Farms and tho Now ToIwcco ,

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", nOLL S. CANNED MEAT FOB POULTRYWill reached by no other line) some of them
'Of the most.approved patterns, will bo:put in the new office throughout. To accommodate Make Hens Lay I conducted on a large tcale. Here are Quincy,
Tallahassee (the capital), Montlcello Madison -
Make Chickens Grow!
V my personal needs I havo bought out -. will and other towns, from whose comfortable
.- .... ,; AND GOOD FOR MOULTING' Fo\vxs< ample dwellings, reposing, In a fertile
: This food, Is strictly fresh meat,carefully country,II coming a renewed energy to em-.
The Times-Union Job Dice. -and 'Book l ploy t no resources lavished abouHffeem.Htretchlng ;
,. V Printing -:-B1IIdCFYVV cooked,ground fine,seasoned ,and hermetically : down through
sealed In 8-lb cans Being ground fine,it
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: The.Peach. Countryof
can be readily.mixed with soft food,and fed
"; 'And will conduct my business at thisstand until December 1st, when will move Baker,Bradford,Alachua and Levy couaUe8.1through'he -
to each fowl Piio .
BO as give an equalshare.

'>. :Into tho Now Building specially erected for my accommodation.. .. 30 cts per can: Ip 3 r doz. Address IIOLLI8 Strawberry prosperous Farms '

of Lawtey,8Urke and'V'aldo, superior
rs Baston.Maae; [Mention paper. !In profit to the orange grove-It goes t&feugh
REMEMBER, STILL ON DECK.. the heart, of the State, penetrating some ol
the finest gloves,one having *"

Send us your orders.' Large contracts specially estimated. on.OHA.S. .- 70,000 Full-bearIng Oraiige -
\. ..., .. ..... Trees
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passing for nearly a mite between tbwn
< "W DaC.OSTAProprietor. making Its way southward to the Gulf ad to
the more tropical portions of the State. In
: JI:! '--::V- NOVEMBER 1J1.. SDJ.. -. all portions of tho Slate It reaches points. of

Scenic Interest.

Waknlla Springs In the West,the Suwanoev
W.HIT'E1' DIAMOND b" River, as beautiful and romantic as It if
i 4 famous,t liver S rings.. In the lake region,
r and the lakes themselves, with their s rroandlngsof '
It rolling land Interspersed*wit*
-., :-.f. HAS PROVED TO BE .' pleasant homes In green groves,sloping dowin
the dear lake fronts By of tbb
E Er .: THE EARLIEST. AND' BEST. GRAPE ,IN FLORIDA. / road you can most readily reach means the ;i
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r Being fully two weeks in advance of Niagara. j.jfI. / > 'limiting and Fishing Grounds.

for Diamond Wbite'Grape .. .' The settler will find on the line of this read
State the -
Agent Company.
J a greater opportunity for a varied selection Gland
.: E. DUBOIS, TalIaIi5VSSCoFla;: :. than on any other road In the bUto-rj
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: from lightest soils to those underlaid .Wlt.
1 Also full stock 6f NIAGARA, DELAWARE, IVES bvNTniANA, NORTON, CHASSEUAS. BLACK HAM. *" clay and marl, and of richest hammock
BURG and all other leading and new varieties of Grapevines, native and foreign. whether for regular mixed farming,stork 01:
C dairy farming' peach or strawberry culluin
:, > ," THE 'PAJNE! FERTILIZER COMPANY AL'LIANCE CULTIVATOR. scenery.The tourist The ,will health-seeker be gratified on Its with ample Its i

For field garden and grove. The beSt'cuttin route can find some spot adapted to fate
; ; JACKSONVILLE !LORIDA.Ofioe tor I ever saw" in the verdict-of all who ue It. wants. On,-the bard day roads of Middle
t Works either level J or on a bed perfectly adjustable Florida the horseman will ride with speed
; SO West Bay Street, Warehouses ant Wharves. at the terminus of 'Id' P.<3..t.l.. R. IU. ;cleanest cutting lightest draught. and satisfaction, and the Florida Central
r'. St.,Johns Inver Jacksonville. Everycnltivatorfully warranted., Price$io. and Peninsular kbe

V' Manufacturers of 'Commercial Fertilizers. GODBBY &Wald HARRIS. Fla. Sportsman's. Route.
Nor K.-Pas# ngrs from Northern ooeaee

,.. Wholesale dealers in and importers of all kinds of Agricultural Cnwnloals. tjons' having tickets over the Florida Centra
and Peninsular to points in South ,Florid
S Send us your name and,we Will mall you from time to time much general lufonuvtlonreffarding have the privilege of being' takes Into Jaek
J suooeasful orange and :vegetable culture In Florida. "OSfiOOD"SCALES soovllle over the Company's line and allowed "
a stop-ovw within t beIng limits *f UMIcket -I ItI
U.s.sun&ard I ;wHhretarsto tll+irrouC.elor.dtttfcs*
PRAY YOUR! FRUIT TREES i VINES I l, km free of extra charge. Send for .....,
.4;. .>. ,B Florida,mailed free ---

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rV .., FRUIT ALWAYS SELLS AT GOOD PRICES.OOak B iboirJfcmects iot..".. 10.1.1 w..Dte '
Si! tja Frerta ayfed See.. Lance lIt oek of Pm It Trees,Tte N. S., PKNNINOTON.TrdIel-.

.-:V; :. ': '.' ._ .!R''l lt H JJ nc&Ineee.. Addrew 1'l'J.TAiILt Rte U'I6I ISIOBI &l"$?$ iq tfIM1+-; t Yt P.t 314WI Lr. g.rr J ,,,I IV

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'C 'THE TROPICAL STDTfKT ..Established 1856. 200 Acres: in Fruit Nursery..

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; TJieTamowi Section of the, East,.Coast. The iir ,
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"". i., '. ; i..wBed resort 'reglo s"o-f:Indian.River, Lake Worth and Biaf -. .. v- a
> We offer.for Fall and winter delivery an Immense stock of Fruit and'Ornamental i tree ,_ -.flL.
cayne Bay, between.,Cocoa and Key West. _' doses, Palms,etc mite to Florida. All the. new Peaches lately originated in Fl r14e.' -
.'* Also a superb stockaf Evergreens,Camellias, Greenhouse plants,etc
Our products have been tested in.Florida for thirty-three. : years past. Catal free.
'Full"": 1 of' reliable.. i information' regarding. the:Fruit. 'Industry of this.'celebrated. Section. NQ Agents. Address r
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'>, : JHHO felt( Xakc Werth), Datlc.Co.,.Fla.Advcrt :. ." ,...... rj ItLfabnArrliThorough j :to

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As 'florid oranges are now'a sta'pio'Jmit- in:'.the English markets, to obtain profitable prices, in the future it will only be necessary to export good''qualityand.: .. .'

laud oranges in good condition:in tho:foreign markets. f .. ,
"Messrs."Smith & Crouch;tone: of the rgest, best and most reliable fruit firms in-inSland"say of the! Liverpool market> that the demand is now so largo that 5,000, ._. o
boxes, weeklyV could behanded: ( up,to January 1st,.with satisfactory results if the fruit-is sound arrival. ".- ".."..,

As one of, the largest exjporters.of' apples in New York audits a large importer "fruit'fI'Qm.England! my knowledge of the carrying ability of steamers enables '. ,:
to select .'* .
me the best to.Bhin by. f-
Representing the best BLiverpool; and, Glasgow, and having.my own house in London,.are also further reasons why.shippers should send through me. .
In order to.export oranges ,.shippers can cbn .gntheir? fruit to me to New York. If on examination it is in condition to forward, I will have the same placed on the

best-and fastest te&merr and send'Bill! Lading.as evidencqof shipment.shipper. .If not sound enough to export, I will either turn the lot over: to any. New York

firm tlie'owner. may designate, or sell it myself at auction. I -
.. The best steamers'land their cargoes in Liverpool that a cable report(sales'is received in New York in twelve days after sailing. A check covering about the

amount of the proceeds is then, sent,on account to the shipper, by me. In twenty days from date of shipment from Florida it.is thus.possible to have-the proceeds in. ::-.
the hands of the su} r d
Pleaee. ,note the owing fact :' 0- / .

Largo sizes of orsnges,112's126's, bring as much as 150's and 176's. No matter if oranges are shipped green and are sour, the earliest possible shipments pays .
Dead Green Spanish the the kind in the market. must not bo York later than :
t Orange,always bring highest prices, being. only 'Oranges shipped from New December #
.... lat. There is no demand after the holidays until March 1st. ".x ;:'.**
.,:.Advances of 75c. per box on, your/fruit i will, be made to such shippers, as need money, and such are authorized to draw on me with Bills of Lading attached., '

'_;& Fjwher particulars and steueib will be furnished.by .-v" "X'>'._ '*" '')'. r. ''' ".- "-' ?. -
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: ,# N :N'-AGII5p'H08.PHAfrE'FER'FlhI:2I"E..Rfr; :: :

To Orange drawers RHcl-Fa rill ors : > .
'\ The BeHeview; Phosphate is the: cheapest fertilizer ever offered, because it is the;best It contains at least three timeS more available plant food than.e.. .

tad in any commercial acidulated fertilizer, and is sold for one-fourth the price .. .. -.' .
.j ;,-., We havo.the.no t completeplant: in the tate for calcining and pulverizing the. phosphate. .
It is the beet because while its benefits,are shown at once, it will outlast all others, and there IS no possible danger in its use' It being a great absorbent ot t tt!l.. ..
.. moisture, i 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 teeti-J > '
,oniab I of its'value. Cliemiste and Scientists testify-that it is the richest and safest fertilizer known.. : ;'.

We want every orange grower and farmer to try it; and for the next few weeks offer it at the following extremely low prices, at the.mines : /...__ ."
Per fern, undried ia'bulk, $5 ; .per toll:dried and unground! $6.50 ; ton dried.and pulverized, bulk, $7.50 ; sa.ckool extra. Special prices hvround lots., : -
Fifty'pounds,f or a full bearing tree.1B a sufficient quantity use, and less amounts according to size of tree. ...t .; ..
It is good,for cotton. It k good for all''kinds of ,grain. It is good for all grasses.. It is good for all kinds of fruit t ccS.' It is good for strawberries and all kites_i.; :. ..t.

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Send all.or-ders' and apply; ,a y C'rth information as Wcreights.. ro::'to t T. D. GIBBENS, ,
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f ..,' ;. -.- -. .-:::.... Insoluble Silicate and Sapd,...,.......:.. '...'....':..'':-.'.....;..:.:; ..._ ..4...''. '.'..........f.t......,18.76 ,
"I" :--- -- p!'? -*?'-' > Carbonate of I4ne........-......... ....... ..r- ..'.....- ....."". ... .: ..J'.....t.....,..-. ..... 4-56 '.-
.. .. ".- ... .frPhosphoric: ACE!.....'A......... ..!.....................,...........::.........( .6 ) "
<. .:'* Equivalent to Bone Phosphate'of Lime.. ...:..:..,.".a..a.,'':: ''''''''..' :..:..:.......60.7j : ? 'li'fifJ
... '.. ':;O"1.. .. ,Oxide of Iron.....'........? ... ......................... ...: .............::...!....... .. .74.y' ,_ ,,-. .. ,-.
.J;. '..''- .. .. ? r.. '" v -x OxideoAlumll1um.............. :,;............;.......,...:....,:!.... .....:.........:.....:..2.07 > ', /'....:.' ...". ....l' .f
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Be s: "Yottr i4oepl to (referring to the BeUeview Soft Phosphate'will) soluble gradual steep under the influence.of: ram 0. water, provided.. ,perfectlybwra4cattd : ;;
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Tb,, same eminent chemist .gives fa' furlberys .." of the solubility of this phosphate in'Citrate"of Ammonia, which 'iBabout' the' 'same st-recgth.! as rain wMer. ,. ,;
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''Twb:An& ysfs-:-oae gfving_48 per cent.'soluble in'Citrate of Ammonia, the other giving 51.40 per cent soluble in Citratesof Ammonia, an. average ol'44.74. pert '"

.cs .of Bone:Phoaphate of Lime,'tlie equivalent of! E.66 per: cent of Phosphoric Acid soluble: m Citrate! of Ammonia." --' "
TM' gresket amount of available .Pho lKwic Acid.in any of the high grade commercial. fertilizers'is G to !9) per cent. -"*

JAcxeoNrIL ,$,FLA.Tune st1 ,I 89r.. 1, *" JACKSOUVII.I.E,FLA.,Jane H;$91. ? ,
...... aM foe Otsugc Farmers. lriord.. tliM.the ear load Of Soft P osphate..which j had from..1 71' ,
K of Soft PbnA&I used
in April is entitcly.atl.facUory.l _' i:7Ir-: nc lo,*. pleax find. my order for Jtwo. more oars; : .lie .1'.'
I fteoMMe Mine oa one hundred trees In my l'f"O\'eat' ;Lake Como .It has given my trees a seventy-five tons of this Phosphate, and have noted with much interest its east. oa say
BM*traoaerfut growth,given the foliage a rich;dark+ green color,and for pine land groves: at least, Orange- Trees.. The first car load I, .applied to something over fire hundred. .trees attd"f
=what b required,at small coat I Khali hi future use it if yo 'have, it for &&lei and shall disof received ;
trees fertilWltc
we Comoiercial JfertUi rs, addinrto it amall amovaU. of Sulphate, ,Potash. I can most. tbe:_results, have.bees simplylnarvelous. The adjomIngfive.ba.uhtd; ,BO ,
.1 htftfly rtcommeod it to Orange Growers., TFroly your:, C: .B, SMITH. and i the difference between the two fields something: wotfderfcil. On one side every trice hat tUried ; '.:;.
*... -- r 1Ia iJivt8w'llA; Co. FI.A.,Tune 81891. ;with a vigorous growth. The finest foliage that I have eve?we*fa a JrrWe., TIll trees whfck retitsfisrra :.: .
T> X>. ,-,'Secretary I Belfeview 'PhoshMe'.company,Jacksonville.! Kkur Dear Sir-In; an= ceived Bo*appie! Lion have just commenced to start op. :Mr. McMwtert of the fins oCdluten. & ,.. .....' :
taro: .to y r0aqir, What hA.e beet the reraKsof yowr expenments with the-BellevieW Phosphate Miller of sn Mateo,visited my grove a few days siactf and press d himself I a.bh g verastonislwlat .cif -
? I to ay tht the results, have been very gratifying In. the growth of the trees where the Soft Phosphate<<; bee appHed. If yon rew bet ':;-
trWtt ba Us RAW STATE as it oosses front''the Mines(withoutJningorMing-> first shlpiMnt of Phosphate was made.less than staty days.since.aad,until Ute last few days,.we --"f; i- .
.. ...hut&U and this spring on, Kelsey .Pi I...,\ >Conte Pear Peach and Orange have had .dry little ra. < : '
5i80JPr.lBOSPIUTJ.C the hUter,where I tried U. aide by side with kh grade Commercial Fertiliser I am M&r GOtIvi cet1.that one ton of the Bellevkw .4t Pfcosfhale IMS a_greater wd e as a pliant ; ;
!1rst" Ylkt t dWeiwce in the growth and 10eI .of teat ttbc ..(but the difference. in toed tteK. a torn et'any to'ertBieer that has ever bees teeafffct..tie\\t me.. ,-I wetdd warmly z... t
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)fov: ttlij, at3P.JC.."IROQUOI8" ...Tuesday, Dee.. 1st, at ;4.-00A.if. THE Magnificent! titeamsalpa oIthis Company,are appointed! to 1&11..fellows:
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0- 440,'MS P. M."YXMA88EK".nmreday!: ',' Dec. 10th, at 11:00A.M. .....,.;..-.......>...:._-............ ....-..... :.........Monday, NOT 3.- SJQpa
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: ;- 7th at3r.K. 1HOUUOIB" Sunday. Dc. 18th,, at l:3Qp.x. I I CITY OF BIRMINGHAM.......- ............. .....!.......Wednesday, .r*. v' ,4- s..pss
9.katZP.x'ALOONgUIN"Tuesday, Dee .15th at 4ooA.1Ir. I CITY,OP AUGUSTA ...... ....,...,...................... ....... ....Friday, &- &eta.
Mint. Je>o. lltti,,at3P.M."CHEROKEE".Thuinday, Dee. 17th, at, ,5O).A.. M.attb TALLAHASSEE:.......;.._...t.............?.?........__.......Saturday; ''9.0910
Dee 14th,:at 3 P. x. ."SEM LNOLE".Sunday-. at 8:00A.M. KANSAS CITY...- le............. .......... ..........:......... Monday ILQuajnCHATTAHOOCHEE.
Mws&ay. ,16th; at8P.M. .,".YEMA88I'E'': "..Tue daT. Dec. '2Sd, at IOOO.A..Jf. ........................ ........_.......Wednesday, 11NACOOCHEE. 1.8l: s
; ,Dee. lItb; at3P.--JROqUOI8".ThnnKlay, Dec. ,24th, at 11:))0 A.:K. .............. .._._..;.;; ..........._.-. .Friday. $- 31p
MMday. Dee. Jl.t, at S P. x. :,"ALOO. Q.UIN" MnnHnv. Dee. .27th, at lOOP.--V. CITY OF! BIRMINGHAM.............:;::.. .;............... J9atefday,* ." 14- 4.w1P -.,
rj vsi 4ft sdayf Dec, ,,3W, at8P.M."CHEROKEE".Taewlay: Dec. ,2Mb, at 1:30PrK. eITY OF AUGUSTA.............: ...*.......................:. Ma4ay at &- 1J't.' .'
: *"., Dee. 'Ilim liltS P. 8BMlNOLE".TnaT8day,. Dec. Slat, at 4OOAiar. TALLAHASSEE: !.................... ....;.! ;...: ...:..........WWwMfjay.! is7.00pm, '.
D W I..,Dee.- Seth,. atSP. x.'."'../-IHOQUOIS".Tuesday, J!n. .5th-; at 8:00A.u._ CHATTAHOOCHEE ....................................i..Satardayv 21-. 9.90AM
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CITY Oil';AUGUSTA...... ...............;...... ................ ,.Friday,, fa 27- uepm J
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.-t' A.a apfgiatatt? ,tesftU te&m. 'Jaetwavllle,dally except Saturday. at 3JK)p. m.,'and from'San-' ... 'THESE 'PAT/AfiR. ''STEAMERb:', .. w
.ferd,daily. exee 'Sunday, at 9 a. m. :. .
'. OonnectinK with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway(Waycrow Short Lint)oJV
,- PD., ,SCHEDULE NORM UU ND. .to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line..
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..'"' 1.1I." .x.................. _.. .. ...!.....Jaeksecville.' .,...... ,...."..,..........Arrive'11A&P.X. Through. Tickets. and via Bills Savannah.of Lading For issued information to principal and points North.to.Bast aad.Nortaws-ct .,. ,, .
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City Exchange Savannah ,
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:G. M. SORREL, Gen. Manager. .iv.. E.1RNOLD.Gen.Trav. Ajt.Ja&Ksoavlile_ In. '
_. '1I_ la+ .8DgeraDd.That Ofe<36,88,' .Weet'Bay Street. For ck apply to 8.,.F.A Railway: office. n .* +"*. .
r. M :'rftONMei* K;:,Jr.: ,_FmPsas.'Apint,88 Weet.,St.,Jacksonville, Fla. ,EeTA'DL"I8HED/ ",._ or

.-' W F. ediD Fax FAYvTrareUBffPM, .eoffer Agent 5 Bowling Green, N. Y. .. / 1S75* .:.}..-t.; '''' ., .,'
.V 'JT. O.;PILOT, Frt.;Agt on wharf;foot Hogan St:, Jacksonville. Fla. .... ?' "', '" l'"'. -'!,..'
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: T.!.. 6.,,Bb Blt,Tree ldanager,5 Bawling Green,.N..Y.i'l .- : : -

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729 COTTON ,SEED MEAL, 'Bright aN "Dark. ;; '

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